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I'd like to be able to easily swap another machine into my 201's cabinet.  The cabinet is all set up with knee controller and wiring, and the wiring ends in a Singer 3-conductor plug (the female half).  The 201 incorporates the male pin half of the connector already, of course.

I can obviously use another controller with other machines, but I'm thinking I could either wire a male 3-conductor to a motor/lamp block (since my display machines all have dangling cords), or else wire it directly to my 101's dangling wires (the most likely machine to be swapped in), for more convenience.  (Doing the former would also let me use my 15-30 in the cabinet.)

So:  anyone parting out a machine and have a spare 3-conductor connector, the half with pins that's normally mounted on the machine?

paul

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This may be a bit obvious (sorry) but my hubs is visual. Would you post a photo of the end you want, or the end you want to plug into? We might be able to help.
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Oh, sure.  Should have done that in the first place.  This is what I need.

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I've thought about this some more, and...    never mind.  :-)

I spent a bunch of time working on my 201 this afternoon.  It was a machine I got for free, and I've decided that it's too "cosmetically challenged" (pin rash, bad shellac, gouges, etc) to be my "forever" 201.  It runs perfectly, but I'm never going to love it.

That being the case, it turns out that I already have a parts machine with the connector that I need for installing my 101 in the 201's cabinet.  :-)

paul

p.s.  If anyone needs 201 parts, let me know!
 

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