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I have not used my machine PFAF 875 hobbymatic in over 10 years. It has been in storage. No repairmen around my area. How can I ensure that it is ready to sew? It is running but it is slow


Hello, Angie -

First, give your sewinig machine a thorough cleaning and oiling (light touch of oil in the hook raceway, only), following instructions in your PFAF 875 Hobbymatic user's manual.

If you do not have the manual, you can find it here to download:
http://www.pfaff.com/SiteMedia/PFAFF/Products/Machines/Support-manuals/Pfaff_874_875_876_HobbyMATIC_Extra-manual-EN-DE-FR-IT.PDF

If the machine still seems to run slowly, then I suggest you look for a nearby business which sells Pfaff machines and ask where you can have your machine serviced.

If there is no business in your area which sells Pfaff machines, perhaps you can find a generic sewing machine repair business near you.

If you have not contacted the Pfaff company regarding service for your machine, this is the link to the Pfaff Machine Support page:
http://www.pfaff.com/Support-and-Updates/Support

Best wishes.

Jan 23, 2018 | Sewing Machines

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Bar that sewng foot is attached to for raising & lowering suddenly will not drop sweing foot all the way down to plate. Any suggestions on how to fix?


It sounds like something is blocking the lever from coming all the way down. Clean and oil. Look for bits of lint or fabric. Use a flashlight and look very carefully and you may be able to see the obstruction.

Aug 31, 2014 | PfaFF Sewing Machines

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Bar that sewng foot is attached to for raising & lowering suddenly will not drop sweing foot all the way down to plate. Any suggestions on how to fix?


Perhaps you accidently moved the switch that enables free hand embroidery? It's up and under next to the pressor foot lever. Slides forward and backward. Forward the pressor foot will go all the way down to the feed dogs. Slid back and it keeps the foot up off the feed dogs but allows the thread tension to work properly. It would be easy to accidently move it when operating the pressor foot raise/lower lever.

Aug 31, 2014 | PfaFF Sewing Machines

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Bulb change, Pfaff Hobbymatic 927


Access may be a little awkward...remove side cover to gain space.
Either push and twist (bayonet) or unscrew anticlockwise.
Take to the dealer for replacement and they will likely do and show for no extra fee !!

Nov 18, 2011 | Sewing Machines

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I have a Pfaff Hobbymatic 927, while I am sewing, when the needle goes down into material, sticks abit and gathers the material a little and then on bottom side of material threads of material show a...


Try changing to a new needle preferably size 80 universal. If you hear a little popping sound when you sew, that's telling you that the needle is bad and is no longer sharp. The needle either has no sharp point or has a bur on it which is pushing down into the material making a hole and on the way back out it's pulling the fabric with it. Let me know if this works for you. Good luck.

Sep 10, 2010 | PfaFF Sewing Machines

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I have a PFAFF hobbymatic 803 but the cotton keeps snappong on the needle can you help


Try a new needle.
Clean out any lint with compressed air through the area where you thread the machine.
clean out the bobbin area of lint

Dec 28, 2009 | PfaFF Sewing Machines

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PFAFF hobbymatic 935 bottom-thread keeps breaking. It worked before but now it's not working


The Pfaff hobbymatic 935 was a mid to late 80's production machine (proudly made in West Germany, LOL) and was a transition between the older "oil me or I die" style of machine and the more modern "maintenance free" machines. Only one part of the machine needs to be oiled from time to time, the track around the bobbin. One drop of oil should keep her from snagging and breaking. If that doesn't do it for you try a newer bobbin thread as old thread can become weak sitting on the bobbin.
Hope this helps!

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Pfaff Hobbymatic 905 Manual Is Missing


good day to you from germany. i am sure you have instructionsmanual for pfaff hobbymatic 905 by now. my mother-in-law gave me her old one but without instructionsmanual 905.Request-please send me a copy of it--Raja_deshpande aat arcor doot d e thank you in advanced. regards, raja deshpande

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