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Pressor foot will not completely
Good day to you!!!
I am suggesting you to put an oil to that pressor foot and also all parts which you think need to be oiled so that it become soft and easy to use..
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Pfaff 6122 Problem
Your machine just needs to be tuned up an the part inside that lower and raises the presser foot needs to be re-lubricated. Lint, dust, dryness and the machine not being used can cause this issue with most pfaff machines (including my 7570). A standard tune up from your local PFAFF dealer will remedy this.
Pfaff 1475 Needs to ''warm up?''
I had the same problem with my Pfaff 1475CD. If I waited about an hour or so it would come on. I have read here and elsewhere that you should replace the (5) 22 microfarad 16V capacitors on the circuit board. I ordered capacitors from Amazon and did this since I have a little bit of soldering skill. It worked! Machine now turns on normally. Note: you must pay attention to the polarity of the capacitors when replacing them.
Resetting the code
The 7550 has a battery backup (little door on bottom of machine - 2 AA batteries). Remove batteries for a couple of days and the code should disappear. Removing the batteries WILL NOT effect the main memory of the machine - they are just for the backup of any personally designed stitches and memory combinations - not the hard memory of the machine. Periodically these batteries will need to be changed - a message will pop up on the screen to let you know.
Hope this helps (ex-Pfaff employee - GREAT MACHINE!)
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How do I take the top off a Pfaff 7570
The top is also attached with some clips to the front and back of the machine. The handle also needs to be removed after you loosen up the top. It is held on with some C clips. The best way to remove thread is to separate the needle bar from the upper shaft. This may require some experience to get it back into adjustment. Good luck if you try this on your own.
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