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Go to www.consew.com and download the parts list for the 224 Consew. It's the same as the 226 for parts.
Or, go to www.diamondneedle.com. They have nearly every part you're likely to need. I got bobbin case screws, a hook, some metal reusable bobbins, and some needles, all at very reasonable prices.
Go to www.consew.com. Either send an email or call them. They're very responsive to questions.
I have a 226R-1, my second one. Both of mine were built in Japan and are/were at least 2- - 30 years old. I think current models are made in China. Serial numbers are under the bed on the front side of the bed.
Go to www.consew.com and click on manuals/224. The 224/225/226 are all the same. Or, go to www.singer.com and click on manuals for 111w/G155, or 211/w/G155. They're the same machines. Or, click on google and enter the search terms. There are a lot of places to get service manuals. Consew's are free. You may have to pay a few buck from other places but they aren't expensive.