(3)The center hole on these lighter purple cams is 8mm in diameter. The 2 smaller holes are 1.8-1.85cm apart (center to center). If these will fit anyone's
(3)This site has the manual: sewusa.com Cari
(4)Thanks for ‘checking in’ Ron, and filling us in on your adventures. Totally understand doing LIFE. Please check in every once in a while. We DO care.
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(5)Thank you to all who sent in suggestions on my reverse issue. I was able to get the reverse to work, after removing "the lid" and finding the correct piece to
(4)I don't know the brand, but I fixed a cracked gear in a friend's machine with super glue. The machine worked right again! Carolyn not on the Suwannee
(8)I would like to thank everyone that replied to my query. I think I have it all figured out now. The letters stand for Blind stitch, Automatic or Auto stitch
(3)It could be the finger on the bobbin winder or it could be the bobbin. Try using a vintage bobbin and if it still seems like the finger is bent, then yes you
(4)That's great news. The 142b machines are good solid machines. I love the soft noise it makes when using the cam stitches. Cari
(3)Thank you! Ellen
(4)Those might be the ones for a Singer "slant needle". I just picked up one at goodwill yesterday (model 758) that had a box of them black and white ones-about
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