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Singer 1725 I just handed down my Singer 1725 and it worked fine for one seam and her tests and getting used to it. It slowed down and then came to a stop. She has pulled all the thread out of it but it is still really hard to manually turn, and won't turn turn at all when she pushes on the foot pedal,

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The hook drive gear is seized and requires lubricant ,this is the gear right behind your bobbin case I believe you can access it from the rear ,I hope this helps

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