Trying to locate a particular husqvarna sewing machine
Hi, I have an unusual request. I'm trying to locate a particular sewing machine which my mum used to own which she purchased back in the seventies. She regrettably sold it and would like to replace it with a similar machine (and I would like to surprise her). Unfortunately, I do not know what model number is it (and she can't remember it either), and the only way for me to identify which machine it is, is to view some images of all machines made in the 70's. Are you able to help. I have been researching online for quite some time now and haven't really gotten anywhere as everything I am coming across is generally pretty new stock.
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This is a picture of my mum's machine from the 70's, which I still use regularly, the Husqvarna 3310. The interesting feature was is doesn't need oiling. It's been a brillliant machine with no problems (until one I have at the moment). Good Luck.
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On the back side there should be a label with the serial number and the model number. Sometimes it is listed in the front of a certain model but the date of the machine is not available on the machines. You may need to contact Viking to find the date.
I got parts for my Toyota 9090 from the Aisin French site.
I couldn't see your model listed but did find parts fro the 2600, maybe they are similar? http://www.aisin.fr/-c-44_46.html?page=1&sort=3a
They have a buttonhole foot which looks identical to the one for my machine and a couple of zipper feet.
Postage was quite expensive, it will probably cost more than the pieces themselves.
However, I had the parts in 4 days (from France to Spain).
Hope this helps!
Check with your local Husqvarna Viking dealer. That is what they are there for. The foot control is a little pricey for that machine, but why would you want to take a risk on cheapening your experience with your machine that you "ADORE" by trying to take the cheap way out in getting a part for it. Get what you need and continue to "ADORE" your machine.
If still an issue, suggest you visit an authorized Husqvarna Viking dealer for assistance. They are usually eager to help.
You can locate a dealer near you by visiting the husqvarna viking website and clicking on the Dealer link on the left-hand side of the page - http://www.husqvarnaviking.com Good luck.