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1  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing Machines: Discussion and Questions / Re: Anyone know anything about my (old lemair) machine? on: November 19, 2009 03:22:09 PM
I think the Lemair Helvetia sewing machines were made by Brother Corporation in Japan.  They are excellent machines -- at least mine is.  I have the identical machine -- I mean it looks exactly the same -- and I believe it is "the same only different" ... different name, that is.   Mine is a Brother Sewing Machine - Model 211.   I can take a photo if you'd like to see it.

You mention the Instruction Booklet.  Would you be able to scan the pages and/or photocopy them?   Or at least a few of them?  I have an Instruction Booklet but it is badly damaged and some of the pages have stuck together.   I've tried separating them with hot water but have ripped a few of them.    If you can help, I'll  tell you what pages I really need.

Thanks!
2  CITY GUIDES FOR CRAFTSTERS / AUSTRALIA / Re: Lemair Helvetia (Victoria) on: November 19, 2009 03:21:11 PM
I think the Lemair Helvetia sewing machines were made by Brother.  I have the identical machine -- I mean it looks exactly the same -- and I believe it is "the same only different" ... different name, that is.   Mine is a Brother Sewing Machine - Model 211.   I can take a photo if you'd like to see it.

You mention the Instruction Booklet.  Would you be able to scan the pages and/or photocopy them?   Or at least a few of them?  I have an Instruction Booklet but it is badly damaged and some of the pages have stuck together.   I've tried separating them with hot water but have ripped a few of them.    If you can help, I'll  tell you what pages I really need.

Thanks!
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