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Brother sewing machine feed dogs not coming back up?

Bought at Costco, used lever to lower and now they won't come back up. I noticed there is a solid piece that might/should be attached to the feed dog lever inside and it is not. Is this fixable? Can I fix it or does it need to be taken in for repair? Is it worth fixing?

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Difficult to say--you didn't provide the model. It could still be covered under warranty depending on when it was purchased. If not, service could run $50 possibly to ~$125 plus any parts(?) required.

You can also try contacting Brother support.

Also, have you tried stitching with it? On a lot of machines, the feed dogs don't come up until the machine starts sewing again.
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