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PDF user manual assistance needed. Singer 66

Old 05-04-2014, 03:09 PM
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So my sister in law was just given her great grandmother's treadle. Thanks to all the help I received here for both my 66 and my 221, I knew this was the first place to direct her. She may not be ready yet though. Her's is a 66 based on her model number from April 1st, 1924 batch of 50,000. It's a treadle in a cabinet and both are in need of massive restoration.

She's not restored or used a vintage machine to the best of my recollection. Anyway, I found her a PDF version of the mechanics/service manual for it.

I have a copy of a paper manual. She really wants a PDF. Do you know where I can search to find one for her? I tried to take a picture of mine from front to back, but it didn't work out for me very well.

I appreciate any help you send my way. I might as well save everything electronic too in case, somehow, my sewing machine manuals are ever lost....I'm pretty sure I would die, but that's just me. I really am NOT paperless!

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Singerco.com has them for free. I'm very impressed with Singer's level of support for these old machines.
http://www.singerco.com/accessories/...manuals/search

Scroll down the page and you'll see a free download for a Singer 66 treadle.
I really like my 66.
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Old 05-04-2014, 08:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Rodney View Post
Singerco.com has them for free. I'm very impressed with Singer's level of support for these old machines.
http://www.singerco.com/accessories/...manuals/search

Scroll down the page and you'll see a free download for a Singer 66 treadle.
I really like my 66.
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THanks. I hope she likes it with the treadle information in it. The one that popped up has a lot more models in it than just the 66. I can dive into it more for her for next weekend.

Thank you for your help.
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Melissa, in cleaning up some bookmarks I came across this site that might be useful for your sister as well. http://www.tfsr.org/publications/tec...achine_manual/. All PDF files. HTH.
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Originally Posted by NJ Quilter View Post
Melissa, in cleaning up some bookmarks I came across this site that might be useful for your sister as well. http://www.tfsr.org/publications/tec...achine_manual/. All PDF files. HTH.
Thank you. I'll send it to her. I've been telling her to join the quilting board for a while. We have mutual friends that are members. Once I have a chance to gush over the awesome people that own vintage machines, she might give qb a try.
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