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Old 03-21-2011, 05:26 PM
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Knee Lifter?

I picked one up today for my Consew 225. Can anyone direct me to a picture of one already mounted so I can use it as a reference? Here's a picture of the one I have.
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The long extension goes to the rear of the sewing machine table and the small vertical "T" lines up with the lifting mechanism on the sewing machine. I will take a picture for you tomorrow.
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Now I got the picture - no pun intended. Thanks!
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I mounted it and it works fine. But it seems to be in the way when I go to hit the threadle. Is this something I'll get used to?
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Yes, Or you can move the treadle over to the left.
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I tried moving the treadle and still - not good. I have very big legs. I have a table here with a pedal and chain for the foot. I'm going to use that instead.
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