Question about Sewing Machines
What year did the creative 2124 come out and is it a good machine? I want to purchase one second hand and need to make sure I can still get parts and service for this machine.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On these machines you cannot open the left side to remove the bulb. Your machine accessory kit should have come with a rubber tool that is ribbed with a cup-shaped opening on either end. This is a tool for removing the bulb. Tilt the machine with the base facing up so you can see where the bulb is and use this tool to twist the bulb gently. It sould come out with no problem! Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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Good for you, to repair a great machine instead of buying some more modern, disposable machine!
I found a generic motor that will fit your machine at http://www.pfaffmachines.co.uk/partsDB/index.php?function=detail&recordID=185. Free delivery within the UK, but that doesn't help much, does it? There's several places in the U.S., like http://www.a1sewingmachine.com/parts.html http://www.sew4less.com/QuickSearch.php http://sewingpartsonline.com/
You'll probably need to look for a generic motor for your Pfaff, but they should be out there.
I did check eBay; they do have generic sewing machine motors, but unless you're very experienced with eBay, I'd be very careful there.
Check with your local sewing machine dealer/repair place (even if they don't carry Pfaffs). Maybe they can help.
Good luck--I wish I could be more helpful, but let me know if anything I've sent helps, ok?
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
I purchased a new Pfaff embroidery machine in 4/2000. A creative blank card came with the machine.The card worked fine. I purchased another blank card- Centennial PCMCIA SRAM Recharge card (bought on internet-site ? can not remember) to use when I started another project before I finished what was on the Pfaff creative card. About 2 years ago the cards( Pfaff & Centennial) couldn't hold a design over night.I tried to recharge the cards-not successful.. Now in April of this year the cards couldn't accept a design at all. In trying to transfer a design from my computer to the embroidery machine-a symbol appeared-- Computer-line connecting with- the sewing machine but no design transferred. A friend's husband suggested Allbrands.com. I bought a new creative card ($69.00) & am waiting for it to arrive. The cards that you buy with designs already on them -the machine can read and I can sew them out. No luck though with the blank cards. Denise
Posted on May 05, 2012
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