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I have a Pfaff Tipmatic 6122. The shank that holds the presser foot drops very slowly and not completely down to the fabric. Seems like it's gummed up. Can't find a place to open it up and oil it. What is the solution?

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Any sewing machine dealer should have this attachment. You need to specify that it is a LOW Shank. Remove the Ankle and foot to attach it to your machine.
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Hi. Some Pfaff machines have something called an "IDT" which looks rather like a small, black walking foot behind the pressure foot, to help feed the fabric evenly. Pfaff machines with this IDT need "IDT" pressure feet. (I can't find a listing of which machines have this and which don't, so you'll have to look at your machines or check your manuals.) If both machines have the IDT, then the feet are compatible. If neither has the IDT, then the feet are also compatible.

Hope this helps!

Happy Sewing,


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Posted on Mar 15, 2010

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Hi. I believe your Pfaff tipmatic 1027 dates to the early 1980s. A quick check for a bobbin case (as an example) for your machine showed that sew4less.com carries them and other parts for your machine.

Happy Sewing!

Robbie

Posted on Apr 05, 2010

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You can download a copy of the manual from my speedyshare account. Just click on the link.

http://www.speedyshare.com/files/31001925/sewing_machines.rar
It is in zip format so you will need to extract archives. There is 5 files in pdf format.

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