Question about Brother SE-270D Computerized Sewing Machine
I had the same problem with my machine and what was causing the problem was the use of the wrong size bobbin. Check and make sure you are using the right size (type a) and if you can get bobbins already wound it would be better. Hope this will help you
Posted on May 15, 2009
Take the thread out of the cassette, and use a thread stand for the spool, let it feed through the upper part of the cassette, the manual will tell you how to do it, it is like having a spool too big to thread it, that will stop the breakage tremendously. If you are doing dense embroidery (8000 an up stitches) use a larger needle like a 14 sharp or embroidery needle. If you do not have a thread stand take a 2 liter soda bottle clean and cut the bottom off by about an inch, place your thread in the bottle and feed it through the now removed cap, then proceed with the threading, be sure to place the bottle at the right of the machine behind it but away from the fly wheel.
That should do it.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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