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My feeders are not up. My fabric will not travel and pass under my pressure feet. I don't have a instruction book. Please help. Thanks Model: New Home HF2022

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I'm not sure about this model but if you look inside the door that covers the bobbin case you may see a lever that raises and lowers the feeddogs. It might also be on the back bottom or on the right below the handwheel. If you find it and it doesn't help, most likely the bottom cover will have to be removed and you will have to oil a bullet shaped object that is stuck and work it until it frees up..
Good luck

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