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I don't have that particular Brother but I have on that is similar.
Start by taking all of the screws out of the back that you can find (they're in deep holes, so look carefully). Then look at the bobbin area and you'll probably find one more. Finally, take the feet off of the bottom of the machine (not the presser foot, the feet that sit on the table), you'll likely find that there is a screw through the middle of the foot that also holds the case in place.
foot spa helps to relieve the hot itchiness in your feet, remove the dry flaky skin and yes it does make it softer. if you are using sterioid cream or any gel like creams,always put this on after a luke warm foot spa, do not dry the skin completely, shake your feet then apply the ointment, use a small amount, wrap your feet in glad wrap for 1/2 hour, your skin will feel soft, pain free and pampered, glad wrap helps the ointment absorb into the skin. I suffer from some type of skin cirrhosis
If you can't find a replacement plastic foot. You should be able to find rubber feet at a local Radio Shack. Replace the plastic feet with rubber feet. It will do the same. You may be able to find self-adhesive feet.
There will be several zipper feet available at any of the sewing machine stores. You can either take the broken foot with you (or another foot for the machine) or note the shank length and the bar length on the foot. I believe the White uses a low shank foot. In that case, you would get a foot that is designed as a low shank foot (assuming the bar isn't narrower than your current foot), and it will work.
The common Foot styles are low, high and slant.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (you can also order sewing machine feet online but you need to know the style of how the foot connects to the machine. The easiest way to do that is to compare it to similar feet in a local store. Most of the online vendors will list the machine brands that are compatible with a given foot. However, I know that Husqvarna low shank feet have changed width over the past 30 years and thus not all of the feet from a new machine are mutually compatible with those for an older machine. So I wouldn't guarantee the match without seeing the feet side by side.)