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Pressure foot on Pfaff 7570 won't keep pressure on fabric

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Double-check to make sure the feed dog lever (located next to the bobbin case) is fully in the up position.

If the lever is in the correct position and you still have no pressure on the fabric, an adjustment of the upper or lower feed system may be necessary... as there is no user adjustment that can be made to these.

We would recommend that you take your 7570 to an authorized Pfaff service technician (you can locate your nearest dealer on their Dealer Locator). While your neighborhood sewing machine repair person may be quite good, they may not have access to any parts that might be needed.

Hope this helps narrow down your problem.

Happy stitching,
Kim & Linnette
www.sewingexpressions.com

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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