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The feetdog is not moving the material. when I check it whithout material and preasurefoot up it lookslike it works fine, but when I try to sew its staying in the same place. Gunter

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Hi, you can try to troubleshoot the vacuum cleaner first, an object might be blocking it movement from not moving.

You can also use this link to check on what to troubleshoot on your vacuum cleaner.scroll down and see some videos, and also check to see more info. on the site.

answerbag.com/vacuum-cleaner-repair.

Hope it helped.

Take care.

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