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Bought Pfaff 7550, No manual, Website version pics bad

Old 05-26-2020, 04:40 PM
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Default Bought Pfaff 7550, No manual, Website version pics bad

Bought Pfaff 7550 it doesn't have a manual. I have had Pfaff's since 1996. All have been used of course, but I love my Pfaff's!
The way the pictures are taken in the manual online just drives me crazy because they're all crooked.
Anyway, was wondering if anyone has a manual I can buy or is there some way to get a hard copy myself?

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Old 05-26-2020, 05:11 PM
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The manual is available on the Pfaff website: http://www.pfaff.com/SiteMedia/PFAFF...N.pdf?ext=.pdf
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Old 05-27-2020, 04:23 AM
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I have the manual from the Pfaff site but was hoping to get the actual hardcopy book as the one from the site has crooked pics and it really bugs me.
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Old 05-27-2020, 05:49 PM
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There is a listing for one on Ebay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Pfaff-7550-...4383.l4275.c10
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Have someone who has a full version of Adobe Acrobat run the PDF through Text Recognition and Optimization for you. It straightens out cockeyed pages to a great extent. I’m a paralegal and I do this to “fix” poorly scanned documents a lot.
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Welcome to the 7550 family ;-). I bought mine new 30 years ago. She's still my best friend in sewing machines. I hug her every time I use her. So wonderful. Good luck in finding the manual. If you have trouble reading something in the lousy PDF manual feel free to contact me and I'll see if I can help you in reading it. I honestly pretty much use a few of the decorative stitches and straight stitch so I'll fail you if you want to know about sewing functions ;-). But you can try me anyway. I heard the button hole isn't very good. I don't know first hand. There's also a 1471-7570 group on FB.
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Originally Posted by Mdegenhart View Post
Have someone who has a full version of Adobe Acrobat run the PDF through Text Recognition and Optimization for you. It straightens out cockeyed pages to a great extent. Im a paralegal and I do this to fix poorly scanned documents a lot.
Thank you so much I will see if I have any friends that have the full version. My daughter might since she works for a large college in the financial offices.
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Originally Posted by TeresaA View Post
Welcome to the 7550 family ;-). I bought mine new 30 years ago. She's still my best friend in sewing machines. I hug her every time I use her. So wonderful. Good luck in finding the manual. If you have trouble reading something in the lousy PDF manual feel free to contact me and I'll see if I can help you in reading it. I honestly pretty much use a few of the decorative stitches and straight stitch so I'll fail you if you want to know about sewing functions ;-). But you can try me anyway. I heard the button hole isn't very good. I don't know first hand. There's also a 1471-7570 group on FB.
Theresa Thank you so much! I have had Pfaff's for years. But, when my 1475 broke in the middle of a quilt I had to buy a Singer because I had to get it done. But, had finally gotten enough saved to get me another Pfaff. I'm tickled pink.. Nothing compares to that IDT foot when quilting!
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