Question about PfaFF Creative 7570
If your machine has not been used for a few years, chances are the oils in the machine have drained from where they should be. It might be a good idea to get it serviced whether or not you solve the bobbin winding problem. One thing I would try is to run the machine with no thread for a bit - not flat out, but just to get the oil that is in it warmed and lubricating the moving parts. Stop if you hear strange noises that don't sound right. I have a 7550 which is basically the same as the 7570, but can't think of anything that might cause your winder to behave in this manner. It is after all a pretty simple procedure. It might be that the winder was on its way out anyway before you stopped using it a few years back, and the lay-off was the last straw. It probably would not be a really expensive repair and well worth it - these machines are fabulous!
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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