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How to thread a pfaff 2042 machine


You might try contacting Pfaff Support:

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Pfaff Passport 2 How do I get zigzag stitch to work?


The manual instruction begins on page 21. Have you looked there how to select a stitch and how to adjust the width?
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I just inherited a Pfaff 139. Can you tell me what year it was made? I tried sewing with it and I think the belt is a little old. On the bottom of the machine there are these letter: GZ-01022. On the front...


Hi! Congratulations! I just read a great review of your machine at http://sewing.patternreview.com/cgi-bin/sm/readsmreview.pl. One of the things the reviewer noted is that the 139 wasn't designed by Pfaff. It was designed by another sewing machine company (the GZ in your serial number) that Pfaff had bought. The machine dates to the 1950s.
Statewide sewing (http://www.statewidesewing.com/#Accessories) has a great selection of belts.
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Thread shreds with Pfaff


I have the book on that machine as well and I have had that problem. Here is what had happened to me: I was soooooo tired of that shreading thing that I took a flashlight and aimed it up the nose of the machine by the lightbulb and fould there to be a nice little rats nest wrapped around the take-up lever and the needle bar. I spent the next three hours getting to that nest with the skinniest and longest tools I could find. Oh it is was fun!

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Remove end cover to access changing bulb and cleaning mechanism


Hi paintbox,

There's actually a light-bulb changer available from Pfaff (at least it used to be available). Your Pfaff dealer should be able to get one for you. Makes it a breeze to change lightbulbs.

However... if it is no longer available or your dealer can't get it, you can remove the side cover - raise the handle and look down inside the machine BEHIND the left side of the handle. You should be able to look down inside the machine and see the top of a screw and fit a screwdriver into the space to loosen the cover. Just make sure when you put the cover back on that you tighten the screw down tightly - don't want it falling off while you're sewing!

Hope this helps,
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Pfaff 7570 Sewing Slow


Unfortunately, this is most likely a computer board issue and there's just no way to predict if/when a board will go bad.

Your only option at this point is to take it to an authorized Pfaff dealer. If the person who serviced it was an authorized Pfaff tech, take it back to them. If not, do take it to a Pfaff dealer - non-Pfaff authorized techs are not trained on the machines.

Sorry I can't give you a simpler answer, but until this is corrected, your machine won't work properly.

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Dear Drule, You can buy a manual from: http://manualsnguides.com/results_mm.php?materiel=Sewing%20Machine&marque=PFAFF it will cost you app. 23 US dollars.

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