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Brother walking foot help, please

I need help, finally put the walking foot on the machine, and did a quilting project--actually turned out well, but last night, when I wanted to changed back to the regular pressure foot, when I removed the screw and lifted the part off the machine, a small piece was seperate. I can't figure out where it came from, since the side screws from the walking foot are still in place, and I can not find anywhere to reattach. I looked in the original material from Brother, but only see a picture of the walking foot--and can't find on the internet any "part" list or diagram for this food. Can anyone hel?p

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  • macnikoli Feb 14, 2008

    oops, wrong machine listed, I have a Brother computerized machine, walking foot problem,

  • macnikoli Feb 15, 2008

    thanks, model CS100, I can find the picture and directions for walking foot--but not the actual parts within the foot--that is what "came out", can you help?

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    Can't unscrew pressor foot screw

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Hi,

Here you go download the manual from HERE.

If you have any other problem please feel free to ask.

Goodluck..

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

  • Priya darshan Feb 15, 2008

    Hi,

    Please go HERE you will find the diagram and of the sew machine of other brand but it is approximately same as yours.You wiil see the numbers on the diagram which ever you feel the part is check it on the above table with same no.and you can buy that part.

    here is the main support no. 800-276-7746
    You can contact them and ask about the part and also ask them from where to get it if you don't get your part from my suggested link.

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