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E6 error on CS-100, thread underneath all knotted and tangled, makes grinding sounds.

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Your bobbin is not wound correctly. Check and see if your bobbin thread is wound to loose or unbalanced.

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I have a brother cs-8060 sewing machine but I don't have the manual for it. When I start to sew the machine makes a loud sound the and woont sew normally and then I get an E6 flashing on the machine.


An E6 error indicates a thread tangle. Combined with the noises you are hearing my guess would be that the tangle is around the take-up lever pivot and is seizing the machine (causing an overload - hence why it won't sew). The origin of this is often a further thread tangle between the tension disks, which has allowed the thread to fly loosely around the take-up. Your best bet will be to take it to your local sewing centre. This is the sort of issue we commonly address as a part of servicing. You will find a description of what you might try in the Service Centre section of our shop's website http://www.kornacraft.com.au/sewingcentre-under-the-covers/

Feb 06, 2015 | Brother CS-8060 Computerized Sewing...

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Showing E6


You receive the error message E6 when the motor locked up because thread is tangled or the machine is seizing up.

Remove the tangled thread, it it still happens that means your machine is seizing and requires service.

Apr 30, 2014 | Brother CS-8060 Computerized Sewing...

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I keep getting error E6 on Brothers CS 6000i- I cleaned the thread several times and when I try to restart sewing it happens again. I've removed the bobbin and re-threaded and it keep jammin and beeping....


The motor locked up because the thread is tangled.
Solution:
Remove the tangled thread before continuing the operation.
Clean the bobbin case to remove the tangled thread.
After cleaning the bobbin case, insert the bobbin case properly.
If the needle is bent or broken, replace the needle.
Then, thread the upper thread properly, and continue the operation.

Dec 21, 2013 | Brother CS-6000i CS6000i 60-Stitch...

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The macine said it was an E6 error thread jam which I completely cleaned the bobbin area (not much there anyway) but I still cannot get it to not jam the thread on the botom. I have changed needles also.


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This code tells you that the motor locked up because the thread is tangled. Untangle the thread, make sure the machine is threaded properly and that the proper tension is set before continuing.

It could be that the bobbin is being put in upside down check to make sure that you do not need a bobbin with a magnet on one side. also make sure there is no thread tangled inside the bobbin housing it will cause the timing of the machine to be off and cause issues with your needle picking up the bobbin and thus cause a mess inside you bobbin housing

Jul 11, 2011 | Brother CS-100-T Computerized Sewing...

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I am using my Brother CS-6000i sewing machine for the first time and keep getting the E6 error code. It worked fine for the first 2 rows of stitches I did then I got the error and the thread was tangled. I...


What kind of thread are you trying to use? Is it a decent fresh thread? If, it is old, throw it out and buy some fresh quality thread. Usually, cheap thread is the problem.

Jan 09, 2011 | Brother CS-6000

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Operation Manual's say, "...Remove the tangled thread....the operation..." So I removed all the threads and still show E6 in the LCD panel!!! Please help.


Did you brush it out? Now, unplug and wait 15 seconds the plug in again. Totally rethread your machine and make sure the thread is not tangled. That should reset it. If not, call Brother at 1-877-276-8437

Sep 20, 2010 | Brother CS-100-T Computerized Sewing...

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Error message E6


Go to www.brother-usa.com and you can download your manual for free or call them, Your E6 message means that you have a thread tangled and you must get it out of the machine, totally unthread and brush bobbin area and feed dogs then, unplug and it will reset, then plug in and rethread,

Aug 24, 2010 | Brother CS-6000

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The straight stitch looks fine on top, but underneath it's all tangled and looks horrible. And the thread gets tangled beneath the bobbin and "E6" appears very often when I am sewing. It is very...


do you have the foot down? if not your getting whats called a birdsnest just put the foot down and then press on the peddal and then there should be no more knots ( by foot I mean the metal part that goes over your material and the needle goes through)

Feb 22, 2010 | Brother Sewing Machines

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Ihave anerror E6 and I can no find the problem


Hi! The E6 error means the thread is tangled. I suggest you completely unthread the machine, including the bobbin. clean out any lint or bits of thread in the bobbin area, and carefully rethread.
Hope this helps!
Robbie

Feb 15, 2010 | Brother CS-8060 Computerized Sewing...

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Machine is telling me E6 error but there is no thread tangled


If your thread is not tangled .The E6 will come up also if the top thread is not threaded properly. Is your thread breaking at all ?

Dec 13, 2008 | Brother CS-6000

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