Question about Brother XL-2600I
Sounds like you need a new bobbin case
try a new needle & if it still hits the bobbin case the machine could be out of time
& would have to be retimed at a sewing machine repair shop
Posted on Apr 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: the needle is hiting bobin
Make sure the needle is fitted properly and that the needle clamp is not loose. Bent or blunt needles will also cause needle breakage. If everything else is OK, make sure you have the right size needle for the thickness of the fabric. Using the wrong presser foot for different types of stitches will also cause needle breakage. Check the owner's manual or the computer screen readout to make sure you have the proper presser foot for the stitch you have programmed in.
Other causes include scratches around the hole in the needle plate, pulling the fabric too tight, a scratched bobbin case and the wrong bobbin type for the machine.
Choose the correct sized thread and needle for the fabric in question. Re-thread the machine by passing the thread through the needle bar. Hold the thread with both hands and fully pass it through the hook.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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