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Missing a metal piece in the threading area

There is a small round piece that should have a metal piece on it. It's located on the front of the machine, and is part of the threading. It doesn't have the metal part & I need to find a replacement. Any ideas on how to find one?

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That machine is a toy that sews (maybe), It is not a small sewing machine. You cannot get parts for it.

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