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I need a manual for a White 2200 multi- tasker sewing machine.

We need a owner's manual. We also have a screw that fell out of the the bar assembly that holds the needle and adjusts the tension and we can't get it to go back in. The pressure foot plate came off the upright bar that connects it to the machine and we can't get the two pieces to go back together. Please help. Thanks.

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You need to take this to a repair person.
I do have a manual but you can go to www.whitesewing.com and get one. Also the tension is a big problem if you don't use the exact bobbin. I was told that most bobbins will work in this machine but it turns out that only the one that comes with the machine really works. I would look for the parts to your machine. Sometimes they get lost in your sewing kit.

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