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I need to buy a new foot for my daughters machine model 215A-B-BS can you direct me where to go to find this part

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Any sew and vac store will have it, its a standard size

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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    Denny Adams Jan 26, 2009

    look in the yellow pages for a sewing shop. It's a standard part

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