Needle position


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My mom gave me her old Pfaff 7550,and I'm really struggling to use this
manual. I can't find anything in it!
Does anybody know how to adjust the needle position on this machine? I
need my needle to be at the far left.
Thanks for any help!
Nancy
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:That's it!! Thank you, thank you!! I will sit down and go through thiswhole section.
Nancy
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Nancy,
I'm not familiar with this machine but I know not all machines have an adjustable needle position.
Judie
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:That's true. My old Kenmore doesn't have it. I know this Pfaff doesbecause my mom has used it. She's out of town right now so I can't askher. I found somewhere online where it says it has 13 needle positions, Ijust can't find anything in the manual that tells me how to adjust it. Nancy
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Key number 5 moves needle to left - each time you touch it, needle moves one position to the Left. Key number 6 moves needle to right.
Great machine - look in the manual under "Electronic Section" Description of numbered keys. (Page 41 in my manual)
Good luck
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