09:12PM | 12/06/05
Member Since: 12/06/05
1 lifetime posts
This was my grandmother's. I need to know where I can find some directions, etc....on how to use this thing! It appears in mint- condition. Any suggestions or ideas on where to obtain a manual for this, would just be a "GOD-send". Thanks to whom-ever for taking their time, effort, and energy on this one! GOD bless and Merry Christmas.....I anxiously await a reply!!!!!!!

<>< Scott Meadows A.A.S.

AGAPE Consulting & Technical Solurions

204 Brentwood Drive

Dry Ridge, KY 41035


fax: (419)745.1134

doug seibert

01:20AM | 12/07/05
Member Since: 08/10/02
843 lifetime posts
Reproductions of the priginal manuals are available......average $15-25......You'll need to check your Model # per the instructions below.......

"IMPORTANT INFORMATION These Kenmore manuals are entered and sorted by their model numbers so you must know what your sewing machines model number is to find the correct manual. The model number on most Kenmore sewing machines is found on the front edge of the bed just below where it rests in the cabinet or case.

"There are usually three numbers followed by a dot or dash and then more numbers. Those first numbers are a manufacturer’s code and do NOT matter when you are trying to find the manual for your machine in this site. It is the numbers following the dot or dash that are the model number and I have entered and sorted these manuals by that number. Also, only the first two to four numbers after the dash are significant for the purposes of locating the correct manual. The remainder of the numbers represents modification made to the internal parts of the machine and matter only to the person ordering parts to repair it."


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