Question about Sewing Machines
The tag on the back says model number is 777...but can not find any help for a machine w/ that model number
Posted by Anonymous on
In the 1960's, Riccar made a heavy duty 777 sewing machine. Riccar made machines into the 1970's. The headquarters appears to have been in Chicago before it moved offshore. Value of the machine? Maybe $100 if it worked. Parts might be found or salvaged from machines used for parts. However, here is a Riccar shop in South Carolina:
Riccar Sewing Machines Charleston SC
Riccar Home Sewing Machine Parts www drdanessmh com
The Riccar Sewing Machine Story
RICCAR 777 SEWING MACHINE CAMS CASEEXC
I would be doubtful regarding offers of a manual for sale for this online unless at minimum it was attached to a brick and mortar store in business (and even then might query the local Better Business Bureau).
Posted on Sep 17, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i think you have not looped the thread around the tension on the top before putting it onto the bobbin. you need to wrap the thread in a circle around the sphere near the regualr threading lines.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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