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I need the base circuit board and synchronizer for my 7550. My local shop says they are no longer available. Is there any sosurce for parts for these machines?

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Hi Britt,

Pfaff repair parts are only available to authorized Pfaff service technicians. You can locate your local dealer using Pfaff's Dealer Locator.

Hope you are able to get ***********'s machine up and running soon - not fun to be without!

Happy stitching,
Kim & Linnette
www.sewingexpressions.com

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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Hope you are able to get ***********'s machine up and running soon - not fun to be without!

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