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Pfaff Mail-A-Repair

Mail in Repair Service

This past summer I created a mail in repair service for those people who have been told that they can know longer get parts or have their machine serviced

Price: $189.95

Email : kenn@kennsplace.com
Please email me for payment and shipping instructions.

For those people who have been told that the PFAFF 1100 & 1200 series sewing machines are not repairable the parts are no long available or they what $500 to fix it.

You can send your machine to me and I'll overhaul it for $189.95 with 


You only have to pay for shipping the machine to me.


I'm sorry but I have to charge $100 extra for Canadian  customers because UPS charges me Broker Fee's to accept your machine.

This is not a scam.

The $189.95 price does not include motors, circuit boards, foot pedals or cam stacks they are extra.

I have done 100's of these machines and have yet to find one that I could not fix. I have been helping people with their machines since 1992 and believe in fair prices for fair work.

Parts that I can get for these machines; handwheel's, take up arms, pressor foot levers, circuit boards, cam stacks, feed gears, zig zag needle plates, switch's, spool pin brackets, motor belts, stitch finger and foot pedals with cords.

So if you are one of the many who have been told that you have to give up your old friend tell them NO and drop me an email.




I take machines and refurbish them back to when they were like new.


Here’s what I do:

  • Replace the needle threader if damaged.
  • Replace feed gears.
  • Replace camstack (camstack is extra).
  • Replace or repair foot pedals (foot pedals are extra).
  • Repair the front dial (master selector) were the indicator mark moves to the right or left when you turn the dial.
  • Repair the buttonhole assemble.
  • Replace the drive belt if damaged.
  • Replace the timing belt if damaged.
  • Replace the bobbin-winding wheel.
  • Adjust the pen swing so the needle doesn’t come down and move the fabric when sewing.
  • Adjust the feed dog height.
  • Adjust the presser foot height.
  • Adjust the feed system and the IDT (walking foot).
  • Zero out the feed assembly so your patterns sew to the correct length and you get the proper amount of stitches.
  • Adjust the pattern feed.
  • Adjust the pattern selector assembly so your patterns sew correctly.
  • Adjust the needle hook timing.
  • Clean out the motor and replace the carbon brushes if needed and turn down the commentator.
  • Adjust the circuit board so that the motor gets the right voltage and runs at the correct speed.
  • Adjust the tensions so you get the proper stitches.
  • Adjust the pen swing for the zig-zag stitches.