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Need to find a combined foot pedal power cord item 411-79-50-19 for an older machine (960). Any advice?

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Your best bet is to simply get on the phone and call Husqvarna Viking dealers that have a repair shop in their store. Be prepared for the cost. Those were about $120 or so at the end of their production. But alot of dealers hold onto used ones when old machines are thrown away, so a deal on a used one might be an option.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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