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 Vogue Stitch has been an older local (US) brand for Husqvarna machines - their production ended at least 15 years ago. During that time they produced more than 100 different models. If you need a manual for one then please post the model number. By the way the manual for one of these has over 150 pages so no way you can see it here. Your best chance of finding one for an older model is some enthusiast forums like 
http://www.sewusa.com/  or  http://forums.allcrafts.net/forumdisplay.php?f=29

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