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08-10-2010 03:01 PM
stumpy1972uk1 hi dan, thanks for the reply , cant check the instructions due to not having any. cant find them at all on the internet. i will take a pic on the end of mine and post it on here , if thats allright, cheers ade
08-10-2010 07:40 AM
DanTwoLakes Yes, you can adjust the presser bar lifter which adjusts the height of the presser feet. On my machines there is a vertical knob to turn on top of the machine, and a screw on the back of the machine. Check your instruction manual.
08-10-2010 02:44 AM
walking foot pressure question

hi guys , can i adjust the walking foot pressure on my toyota machine , when i feed material in it looks like its pushing down to hard and it pulls the top material away from the edge of the bottom material. im using vinyl at the moment doing a couple of bucket seats and a chequred headling. cheers ade

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