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Problem with the foot and feeder

So im pretty new at sewing but i got this product and its pretty good but the foot (the part that holds the fabric down when your sewing) is really jiggly when it is not down. also i "propeller" under the fabric that is suppose to make it move doesnt do anything. So i have to pull my stuff through verses it feeding it to me. also i los tthe manual so that just makes this harder.

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You can also check the pressure foot regulator (near were the light is open the cover as if you were threading neelde and it is in there its mealat and has numbers 0-3 on it. 1 is for heavy fabrics, 2 for med, 3 is for light and 0 is for darning or fre motion sewing. the standard setting is 2. try both this and the feed daos, one of them should work.

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