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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The software you need to connect the Pfaff 7570 to the PC and to create your designs is called PC-Designer version 2.2 from Pfaff. You may be able to find a used copy. The software should come with a dongle (special cable) for connecting the machine to the PC. Make sure you have this piece because it will not work with an ordinary cable. Depending on what type of port you have on the PC to connect to, you may also need an adapter since the dongle has an old style connector on the end going to the PC. If you are going to create your own designs, you will also need a storage card which inserts into the machine that you send the designs to. Pfaff makes one, called the creative card. I have also used a generic card meant for the pfaff; the generic card is less expensive and has a greater capacity. You can find many designs online either free or for sale to send from PC to Pfaff as well.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
SOURCE: Pfaff 7570 creative card
You should be able to clear the card by holding down the card key as you turn on the machine. You should then be able to reformat.
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
turn the machine to "on". Tip the machine on its back and you will see a little door on the left-hand side. Open the door from left to right and inside are two AA batteries. Change the batteries (both batteries go in with the at the top). Close the door, upright the machine, turn it off and turn it on again. The display will be 0 0 2.5. It's now ready to go.
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
there are 2 things it could be
1.the foot pedal could have gone out
2.the motor,,here's how to tell about the motor,, smell the motor & see if it has a smell to it,,if the motor has a smell like old dirty socks or a burn smell then chances are the motor has gone out
the motor would have to be replaced at a repair shop,, the foot pedal you should be able to do your self
websites for parts are--sewingpartsonline.com & sewforless.com
Posted on Nov 20, 2010
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