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Remove end cover to access changing bulb and cleaning mechanism

Want to change bulb. How do I remove end cover on case to make it easier. Also would make cleaning out presser foot mechanism so it raises and lowers smoothly.

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  • paintbox May 04, 2008

    That works great! Use a Torex T-25 driver to fit screw. Use leather gloves to protect hands if bulb breaks. It is in there very tight. Turn off power first.

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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,
Kim

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Thank you so much for this information. I was going crazy on why it was not visible to take the side panel. I looked all over the Internet and found you.

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