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...presser foot lever for Kenmore sewing m. I received a Kenmore sewing machine (Model 385.1249180) many years ago as a gift and have lost the power cord, presser foot lever, and manual. Obviously I am ...


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Presser foot 7 lever on Pfaff 1471 My Pfaff 1471 sewing machine presser foot will not hold the fabric in place during sewing. When sewing is attempted the foot has a lot of free movement, stitches are


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foot presser I can't lift the handle for my foot presser. What should I do? Take the machine apart to the point where you can see the pivot point for the presser bar lifter and spray WD40. Let sit for

...presser foot, the presser foot holder and screw. Turn the handwheel to bring the needle to its highest position. Place the darning foot on the presser bar and make sure that the metal bar of the ...

...presser foot from my 15243 during a move. Where can I get a replacement? Where can I get a replacement presser foot for the Kenmore 15243? I lost mine during a move and cannot find just a plain ...

...presser foot, whether it is a low or high shank, or is it a snap-on foot. Just make sure to ask if it will fit your particular model machine. These web sites may be helpful in determining what type ...

...presser foot for it, is there one and where would I get it/ You first need to determine which shank the presser foot uses on your machine. You can compare your shank (current presser foot) with these ...

...presser foot. This means the darning foot, when lowered, does not apply "pressure" to the fabric when it is lowered. It, instead, provides leeway between the presser foot and the fabric so there is ...

...presser foot applies to the fabric. (Some machines do not have this capability.) But, you don't want to adjust the height of the presser foot. If the fabric is pushing in front of the presser foot as ...

...presser foot on Kenmore sewing machine a 1950's model The adjustment of the presser foot is always directly above the foot; usually on top of the machine. It is a hand adjustment that can be rotated ...

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