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Babylock ellure feed dog will not raise

Hi and Happy Holidays:)
I love my ellure machine, the embroidery work is just gorgeous but my feed dogs will not raise completely for sewing. I've "flicked" the feed dog switch to the correct position and turned the "wheel" towards me as instructed but still no progress. I love to embroider but need to sew at times to finish my quilts, make clothes etc. If someone could help me I would be eternally grateful.
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Re: babylock ellure feed dog will not raise

Go see your local parts man. he will know what you need and he will have it there or he will need to order it.

Posted on Dec 16, 2007

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