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Pfaff 2058 Voltage switch

New Pfaff 2058 -- fresh out of the box, and we can't get the voltage switch to move to 120V from the 240V setting. The switch is at the bottom of the machine. Do you know how to slide the switch?

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There is a small clear plastic piece blocking the switch that must be removed, then use a small flat screw driver to flip the switch, you can throw away the small piece, it is only needed for shipping.
good luck!

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