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Thread: Pfaff 7570

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    Pfaff 7570

    I know it is not real vintage, but I am looking for someone to help me with a service manual for a Pfaff 7570. I just need a small instruction on how to reset the machine to factory default. Batteries were changed with the machine 'off' , instead of 'on'.

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    I have a 7550 maybe I can help
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    I just looked in my manual and the only thing I have found so far is that saved programs will be lost if the battery is changed with the machine off but I don't see anything about restoring factory settings. Sorry, but if there is something I can look up for you just let me know.
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    I was a Pfaff dealer until two months ago and now can't access the on-line service manuals. It is not the regular manual, but the service manual that would have this information.

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    That makes sense. Hope someone can get the info. for you.
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    ewecansew, There appears to be a website where you can ask a question of a Pfaff serviceman. If you have not gotten an answer to your question yet, perhaps you could try that.

    http://www.justanswer.com/sip/pfaff?...FUid4AodBkoAFA


    YIkes! I hope that link works.

    edit: Looks like the link did work but when I pasted it in it was a long lot of numbers and letters. Hope you can solve your problem with this link.

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    The link works, but they want $30 to answer the question. I was hoping for a lot less than that.

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    Geez, really? I did not realize that they were going to charge at all let alone that much! Yes, there has to be a better way to get an answer to your question. I have a Pfaff 7550 and have looked through both books that I have but did not find anything yet. I will check them again later today to see if I missed anything.

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    The info would not be in the regular manual because they don't want everyone to have that information. Unless you are a dealer/technician for any of the sewing machine companies, they will not give you any of that information, or sell you parts.

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    There is a "Vintage Sewing Machine Repair" group on Yahoo - you have to join but it is free, that has thousands of members - - - anyway, undoubtedly someone on there could help you. Join and then post your question - I get digest so it was the next day before I got a response. :-) I joined before the "neo" stuff so you may have a couple more hoops but here: http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/V...ineRepair/info

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