Question about Brother CE5000 Computerized Sewing Machine
No sure if this is normal or not but when I am sewing at a quicker speed the machine makes a thumping sound. Its not necessarily loud but I am worried about breaking the needle or something else, Also another issue I was having last night, when I was sewing with stitch # 05 and 06 (using the correct foot) the thread pattern was really messy looking on the top of the material and very neat on the underside. I would flip the material over but than I cannot see what I am sewing. Any suggestions to fix these issues would be greatly appreciated
Any sound out of the ordinary could mean that a part is worn or fixing to break or something is loose
it's very possible that the machine needs to be serviced
Posted on Feb 09, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like your tensions are out of adjustment. Your upper tension should be between 3-5 and make sure the tension in your bobbin case is not too tight as well. Pull the thread through the bobbin case and make sure it comes out with a small amount of resistance. If no resistance, tighten the tension just a bit, if too much resistance, loosen it just a small bit at a time.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
Check the bobbin to ensure it is installed correctly. Your bobbin is probably in incorrectly. You shouldn't have to change your tention yet but it is possible. this may sound stupid but the other culprit may be that your forgot to put the foot down. Hope this helps. Let us know. If you found that the tension adjustment did help call your local service center and ask for the in-house tech, ask them where the original # position is when it came from the manufacturer and re-adjust the top tention to that.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
SOURCE: My ls2125i won't stitch
Start slowly, make sure your thread trails are long enough, I had this problem a LOT when I first started using this machine. (mainly because it was my first machine!)
Fabric bulge- Don't try to push the fabric through the machine, let the feed dogs do it. Your job is to guide the fabric.
Thread jumps- Also, like Outdoorsman said, the tension is probably off. On this machine, the tension knob is easy to find. It's the small one with the numbers on it. "0 1 2 3 4-5-6 7 8 9" 4-5-6 are your optimal sewing tensions. I usually sew on 4 or 5, depending on my fabric and type of stitch.
No stitches- Your lower thread may not be being grabbed properly/bobbin case may be jumping out of position. Open the lower case and make sure your bobbin case is secure, and the thread is grabbed properly.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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