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Topic: HELP! Montgomery Ward UHT J 1947  (Read 1609 times)
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pearsonchick
« on: April 03, 2007 11:03:38 PM »

Hello everyone!

So I'm in TX right now doing an apprenticeship, and I borrowed a sewing machine from a woman at the clinic. She doesn't know how to sew with it, but it was in her house.

ANYWAY, it's a Montgomery Ward, looks oldish and I can't figure out 2 things....

1) how to get the bloody presser foot down
2) how to thread it through the tension thinger. (which I can't find)

It's model number is UHT J 1947.


Anyone with any helpful advice, it would be REALLY REALLY appreciated! Smiley

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