Question about Brother SE-270D Computerized Sewing Machine
Did you download the manual from the link I provided? Both the normal & quick set bobbins are covered on pages 27 - 30 Here is the direct link to the manual: http://welcome.solutions.brother.com/BSC/public/files/dlf/doch000242/xl3500_t_3510ug01enes.pdf Please update the question & let us know if the information given was useful to you - Good Luck!
Posted on Sep 03, 2007
Hi, Here in Australia, the dealer would get it in for you. The 'manufacturer' / distributor usually don't get involved with customers! I'd find a dealer near you and ask! Good luck!
Here in Australia, the dealer would get it in for you. The 'manufacturer' / distributor usually don't get involved with customers! I'd find a dealer near you and ask!
Posted on Oct 23, 2007
SOURCE: Adjusting Bobbin Tension
I looked forever to find this darn green bobbin screw. Around the opening for your bobbin is a plastic cover. If you slide it forward it will pop right off. Once you remove this, the bobbin case will lift right out. On the front you will see your green screw for adjusting your bobbin tension.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
SOURCE: Bobbin gets tangled up
Try taking the covers off again. Now check under and around the bobin case, thats the black plastic bit that holds the bobin. Look for any fuzz or stray bits of thread inside the machine and and around the feed dogs and under the needle too. I use compressed canned air to get in and really blow everything clean. For some reason if the machine is not totally clean, inside the bobin gets tangled up. If you have had even one knot, odds are parts of it are still floating around inside there somewhere and stopping some little lever from moving and jamming your whole machine. Clean under the bobin case too since lint can left it up and keep the bobin from being perfectly level. Also inspect your bobbin case to make sure it isn't scratched along the edge that rotates back and forth. Even a a tiny scratch will cause it jump its tracks and your bobin will lift up and become jamed. In that case you just have to buy a new bobin case. But most of the time your culprit will be some stray bits of thread or lint.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
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