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Pfaff 6122 Problem

The pressure foot release lever lifts the pressure foot up, but it does not go down with the lever. I have to manually pull it down. After pulling it down, it does go up with the lever. 
The machine is in great shape. It is about 8 years old and was used heavily for the first three years. However, it has been rarely used the last three years.
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  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    Pressure foot unscrewed from machine and when I tried to lift up on lever, it seems to be locked down

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    The pressure foot came loose (it screws in,) while I was sewing. I t fell on its side and when I tried to lift the lever, in back, it wouldn't lift. It seems to be stuck

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    I lost the sewing foot lifting lever to my Pfaff 788 serger. I cannot seem to find the part on the internet, any suggestions?

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    Pressure foot lever is really slow and doesn't bring the bar all the way down. I can manually push it down, but it won't stay there. There is no pressure.

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Your machine just needs to be tuned up an the part inside that lower and raises the presser foot needs to be re-lubricated.  Lint, dust, dryness and the machine not being used can cause this issue with most pfaff machines (including my 7570).  A standard tune up from your local PFAFF dealer will remedy this.

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