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This foot control does not get hot and does not make the typical arching noise made by carbon pile foot controls. Allows for excellent variable speed control, tough polymeric material will not rust or corrode, rated at 1.2 amps. Comes complete with wiring and duplex outlet.
This foot pedal will work on the following Sailrite® sewing machines: Yachtsman, Ultrafeed®, SR200, Long Arm and Sailmaker. (Non MCC or MC-SCR motors only.)
Note: Newer Ultrafeed Sewing Machines now have the Deluxe Foot Control with Grounded Wiring. This Foot Control (#102594) has a special plug that fits above the motor, it is required for proper use.
|Machine Series:||Mini-Walker, Sailmaker, SR200, Ultrafeed LS-1, Ultrafeed LSZ-1, Yachtsman|
This foot control works perfectly together with the new motor for my vintage Kenmore sewing machine.
New and improved foot control!
I needed to replace the foot control for my older Ultrafeed LSZ-1. I was a tiny bit disappointed that the original foot control had died but am very pleased now with it's new replacement! Good job on the improved version!
Just what I needed! Worth the wait.
A definite improvement over the original pedal that came with the Thompson Mini Walker, which would get hot, crackle and smoke. It's wonderful to sew for hours without worrying about an electrical fire. Smooth speed control is also a plus.
Hot Foot replaced
My original foot pedal (I have a Mini Thompson before the P200 series) started to smoke in the middle of a job. That is slightly disconcerting. A call to Sailrite and a new compatible foot pedal arrived within days. The new pedal plugged right in and has been working wonderfully since. The control seems to be "better" allowing more select speed nuance.
The foot control is improved over old controller.
The outlet on the cord does not hold the male plug in properly. Completely loose when the light and machine are plugged into it. The light and machine come unplugged on their own and need to be secured with either tape or wire ties. Defective outlet.
You may wish to try bending the prongs outward just a little on the plugs.