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It's a DL Automatic, reliable and reasonably accurate machine, that is, until the 'Auto-Wheel' housed under the button and behind the plate wore out!

The small teeth on the wheel that drives the carriage across used to wear out at the start stop position, it's also missing the tension bar that holds the carriage to the blade ;-)

 

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so is it scrap then ? another question I have is what are the different positions on the key holder for, standard ,  A and W ?

its really amazing that the people on  this website have such great knowledge about the old machines, thanks very much for the info

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