Question about Sewing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sewusa.com has the Pfaff manual, but could not find anything for the Singer 95-10. They have a 95-40 and tias.com has a manual for the 95 series.
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
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HI. Sew4Less.com (http://www.sew4less.com/index.php) has parts for your Phaff 230, including belts, a bobbin case, and both service and repair manuals.
SewingManuals.com (http://www.sewingmanuals.com/index.htm) has both the user and service manuals.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
SOURCE: I have pfaff machine model
It's just a fact that any machine that only does a straight stitch has a better straight stitch than any machine that will also zig zag. The more things they do, the less perfectly they'll do each one in most cases. A plain zig zag will have a better straight stitch than a machine that also does reverse-cycle stitches. The thing is that the more play they have to build into the needle area, the harder it is to keep it from moving slightly this way and that way when you don't want it to, like on a straight stitch.
You may also be having a combined problem when you're sewing very thick seams. If your entire presser foot is not perfectly flat on your item, it will not sew as well as if it were. This is even worse when you get to a junction of several seams, and your presser foot may be at an odd angle to get up and over the junction. You can use a Hump Jumper to help, or even a folded piece of something, but it's still not going to be as perfect as if you were on a completely flat surface. You can use a Sewing Hammer to pound things as flat as possible before stitching, which will help some. You may also get help with a different type of foot although it doesn't really sound like that's your problem.
If you have a control box, push the buttons so all the lights go off. Something is making the machine back-tack. I have seen the problem be a mechanical issue. In that case you would be better off taking it to the shop.
Posted on Jul 12, 2011
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