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Husky Lock 936 - Description of ths foot and wht its used for

I have the following foot "M" 2141002-730 for my 936. and don't have the manual. Does any one have a description for this foot and what it is used for? I"m not finding it on the Viking sewing machine website or in the accessories guide, or Owners Handbook

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    I assume this is a message you've got on your machine - you dont state which model it is, but there are only a few...

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This is your Multipurpose foot. I'm looking in the manual that accompanied by 2000 936, and 'm seeing it under accessories and again under Flatlock with multipurpose foot instructions. Unfortunately, the manual does not include the foot number.

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