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I looked up your manual and it looks like a low shank to me, I think that you can use any low shank walking foot. I bought one on ebay and I have bought another one from Amazon, both work about the same. You can also call Singer at 1-800-4singer and buy one from them.
If this is an older model, the power supply module is a little sensitive to mains spikes - I've had three that have suffered a similar fate and all have required replacement power-supplies - the switching transistor gets blown and this is a job only for the qualified service engineer. My suggestion, I'm afraid, is to have it checked-over by a service engineer. There is a glass fuse on the circuit board, but if blown, it's usually for a reason and 9 times out of 10, just replacing it results in a second blown fuse !!!
If you mean a walking foot that has feed teeth on the top and feeds from both top and bottom.....the arm of the foot needs to be above the needle clamp to lift the top feed as the needle rises out of the fabric.
I have one; please email me and I'll send you a copy of mine. I'm also having a problem with mine; the top thread keeps breaking. I realize this must be a pretty basic question, but I am quite ignorant of the ways of sewing machines. I'm sewing just thin cotton pieces together for a quilt, Any suggestions would be welcomed.