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How tall should my sewing table be so that I don't get backaches from hunching over?

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Try this http://www.sewing.org/files/guidelines/21_110_sewing_room_setup_for_healthy_sewing.pdf

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As to your question about a manual, I have a German language one that is only helpful for the photos and tables. I will make a pdf for you if that would help. It uses the standard domestic 130 needles which are also the Singer 15x1 needles. Please let me know what I can do to help you preserve and use this great machine...Dave

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