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Sandra Dee 10-27-2017 06:51 AM

Help please? vintage White model 1466
 
Hello from the Deep South!
Lucky me, I just bought a vintage White model 1466 :) at an estate sale for $20.00. YAY! Is anyone familiar with this machine? I'd really like to know more about it, please. Any info would be much appreciated as I haven't been able to find this one online. Oh, and it says Made in Japan. I believe I might have been bitten by the "vintage bug" that y'all have; I now have 5, lol.
Bye for now,
Sandra Dee

Rocsew 10-27-2017 07:58 AM

Hi Sandra, the manual for your machine is on the Singer website: http://www.singerco.com/uploads/down...ite-1466-x.pdf

KalamaQuilts 10-27-2017 09:21 AM

welcome Sandra, good catch!
we love pictures!

Sandra Dee 10-28-2017 01:04 AM

Thank you, Rocsew!

Sandra Dee 10-28-2017 01:12 AM

Pictures coming.. it's still in the car, super heavy! I'm pretty sure that it is in the original table that it came with. Thanks for the welcome :D:thumbup:

madamekelly 10-28-2017 09:56 AM

I found this while looking it up to see which one it was. Hope it is helpful. It is all about your machine.https://youtu.be/2VY7Rq3QYTo

SusieQOH 10-28-2017 01:45 PM

Hi Sandra, be careful- those vintage machines are addicting! :D

Lizzieb423 06-05-2021 12:28 PM

More questions re the White 1466
 
I also have a White 1466 that's been in the family for awhile ......BUT..... no foot pedal! I can't seem to find it either. It does have the two cords coming out ot the machine but that does me no good. Anyone know where I can find? I've done some searching to no avail. Thanks in advance!
Lizzie

OurWorkbench 06-05-2021 04:04 PM

Is it in a cabinet, or just a base? If it is in a cabinet, it may have a knee controller. Either way, i believe, it should have what is a double outlet. If it is in a cabinet, the "motor block" would be screwed into the wall of the cabinet, which would be connected to the knee controller. Amazon has several with the foot controller attached. One of which is this one. (click on the the words 'this one' as it is a link.) They are labeled "motor" and "light" which are sometimes hard to see. If you plug in the motor to the light outlet, the machine will start sewing immediately without the use of the controller.

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