Imperial Sewing Machine Model 676 User Manual

Imperial sewing machine model 676, owned by Rachel Ryan, Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, Canada

Imperial sewing machine model 676, owned by Rachel Ryan, Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, Canada

My buddy Cameron Baily in Powell River, BC, Canada, found this Imperial Sewing Machine Model 676 user manual in a local store. He was gracious enough to digitize it for me. I am able to add this sewing machine manual, along with my other Imperial sewing machine manuals, for free download. The documentation also includes instructions for a sewing machine cabinet, important information, and a warranty card. Did you know the Imperial 676 has a 20 year warranty on parts? Wow, though that probably expired in the mid 1980s! This machine is probably about 50 years old. Thanks, Cameron!

Imperial sewing machine model 676, owned by Rachel Ryan, Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, Canada

Imperial sewing machine model 676, owned by Rachel Ryan, Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, Canada

These downloads are available for free. Please do not pay anyone for these manuals. They were donated to me for the world and I host them for free. Please do not charge others for this manual. If you download the manual please leave a message so that if there is any further info on this manual I will contact you.

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Imperial sewing machine model 676 Important info 1
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Imperial sewing machine model 676 20 year warranty

Imperial sewing machine model 676, owned by Rachel Ryan, Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, Canada

Imperial sewing machine model 676, owned by Rachel Ryan, Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, Canada

3 thoughts on “Imperial Sewing Machine Model 676 User Manual

  1. Kayla

    Thank You, just bought this for 25$, have to see if it still works and was wanting some info on it before I plugged it in and tested it.
    [Don: Hi Kayla, That is a very good deal on this sewing machine. They are built like a rock and are also very heavy. These machines are all from Japan. Parts are mixed up between machine models. Machines were mass produced for a specific brand. I date these sewing machines to the early to mid 1960s. They are solidly built and will last near forever.

    Happy sewing! Don]

  2. Calixte

    Thank you for sharing this user manual. I just bought this machine for a little cash from someone who does quilting and just spoiled herself with a brand new Janome. But she told me she has never been able to find the user manual. I am glad I fount it. I needed it so bad!!

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