Question about Sewing Machines
Sometimes the feet are faulty, rest the snap on foot on the plate and lower the shank down and press hard
Posted on Oct 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How to connect the walking
Turn power switch to "0"
raise the needle to highest position by turning the wheel toward you(counterclockwise) and raise the presser foot lever
release the foot by raising the lever located at the back of the presser foot assembly
place a different presser foot on the needle plate so that the bar on the presser foot is in line with the slot on the shank
lower the presser foot lever and fix the presser foot onto the shank. If the p foot is in the correct location the bar will snap in you should hear a click or snapping sound let me know if this helped thanks! amy
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
I have seen these machines with broken presser bar clamps (something inside the head). If it is just a bind then some oil on the presser bar may work, if the clamp is broken then it is probably not worth fixing.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
It sounds as though you are missing the ankle which is the part the foot attaches to. The ankle attaches to the metal rod with a screw and the foot snaps onto the ankle.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
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