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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: pressure foot on Pfaff 7570
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.
Kim & Linnette
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
SOURCE: Pfaff 7550 pressure foot
The presser adjustment is usually above the presser foot near the top of the machine.
It can be a post on the top of the machine, a chrome screw on the top of the machine.
Check with your Pfaff dealer.
I use the walking foot for this technique...no puckers if the quilt is first basted.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
SOURCE: The arm that puts the
Hmm could be a few things... Make sure you have plenty of foot pressure on and its not setup for free hand darning. If the machine has been idle for some time give it a good oiling. The next stage involves an engineer.
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
Try lubricating the pressure foot shaft where it slides up and down (2 Places). To do this you need to remove the left side cover - the flat black screw in the slot under the left side of the carrying handle. Back the screw off slightly and pull off the left side plate. This should allow you to oil the shaft. I use Mobile 1 Synthetic 0W-20 oil. I find it works extremely well, as good or better than sewing machine oil. The problem is caused by the original grease they used when these machines were manufactured. The grease hardens over time (especially if the machine hasn't been used for awhile) and causes the shaft to stick. You might need to use a little penetrating oil initially, especially if the shaft is really stuck. This is a fine machine - good luck... LS.
Posted on Jan 20, 2012
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