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Creative Card My creative card for embroidery will not insert into the slot without forceing and I do not want to force it. Help

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You'll need to have a Pfaff-trained tech take a look at it - unfortunately this isn't a part you will be able to get to and adjust yourself.

As I recall (worked for Pfaff for 10 years) I came across a few machines that had this same "tight" card slot. A tech might be able to make some type of adjustment to correct.

Good luck,
Kim

Posted on May 04, 2008

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As mentioned in the next paragraph, you can order a manual from your Viking dealer if you don't have yours. The Viking manuals aren't very expensive, and it is well worth having. You'll find detailed instructions for inserting and calibrating the embroidery arm, which happens everytime you insert the emb arm. See the Hints and Tips paragraph below.
If your machine is broken, the 955E Parts manual lists each part number in the machine, and the 955E Service Manual should provide instructions for repair. But because the 955E is not discontinued (as far as I know), the dealer might not be willing to sell you those manuals or order the parts you need. eBay often has Parts and Service manuals for sale for current model Viking machines, or you might be able to find them for sale on other web sites. Keep in mind that if your machine is still under warrantly, you risk voiding the warranty if you attempt to remove the covers and perform a "non-consumer" repair.
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If you or other viewers have a minute to rate my response (good or bad), your rating will help me to determine whether I unserstand your question and provided useful information. These ratings help me provide better service.
If you have additional questions or more information to add about your situation, please feel free to comment.
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