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Electric only uses single or double lead cord depending on cabinet or portable. ADD BASIC S&H Manual for Singer 15-91 (15-88)(15-89)(15-90)(15K)(Model 95) .00 Same machine as 15-91 (same manual) except treadle version or could be converted to electric by attaching motor, belt, foot control and light.
Can also use hand crank with spoked wheel 15 class B/W reprint manual.
PLEASE NOTE: Serial numbers, which are normally six digits with letter prefix may help in determining what model you have or part you need.
For infromation in determing the approximate age of your sewing machine click on Machine Dating. Good question without a manual, since most older Singer's did not have the model number stamped on the machine. Many vintage (old black) Singer machines had the serial number imbedded in the top right portion of the bed of the machine.
"NEW" Expanded Third Edition 220 pages, some colored photos, the history, design features, facts and fiction. A must have for 221 owners, even if you are fortunate enough to have your original manual. Features normally not found on earlier Singers may include quick-release pressure regulator and drop-feed system.
ADD BASIC S&H Manual for Singer 301 .00 First slant needle machine. Also for (new/reproduction) Singer "Nostalgia Model 25, #NOST-3" with 15 class bobbin system and side mounted and/or front mounted numbered tension.
Various gold ornimation, long bobbin, full size normally equipped with treadle stand.3/4 size (#28) normally portable with hand crank or motorized with knee control or foot control.These models were manuafactured and sold in approximate time period of 1885 through 1912.Models 127 / 128 are very similar to the models 27 / 28 with the exception of the 127 / 128 models featured the "shuttle ejector" as viewed. This manual does not contain information concerning the treadle cabinet.
This manual is intended for all Singer vibrating shuttle machines made between 1890 to 1940.However they did not have the model of the machine.