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Arch / foot roller function not working

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if the first guy did not replace it with a pfaff foot it will not work right the pfaff machines will work backwards of normal power feet and they have to be replaced with pfaff feet

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I used super glue and this repaired my drain plug. I can now used my foot spa. It's to good brookstone is not carrying a replace part when this is the most important part of the foot spa operation.. hope this helps

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