Question about Brother CS-8060 Computerized Sewing Machine
I am a fairly new sewer & was just happily using my brother CS 8060 & just changed bobbin & went back to sewing my project & got error message E1... i made sure bobbin in correct and all is well but e1 message wont stop..anyone know how to fix the problem, my manuel tells me what i may have done to get error message, but not how to fix it......very frustrated...thanks for any help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Display shows E1
I think I have the solution, it happened to me.
The instructions for bobbin winding tell you to click the start button for the bobbin to wind. When you do that you get that E1 with a beeping. What they don't explain is that in order to press that "UP" arrow button to get the bobbin to wind..........you need to UNPLUG the foot control. So, in other words it to be used for sewing w/o a foot pedal. Now instead of doing as per instructions, assuming you've plugged everything in (foot pedal), after winding is finished just press the foot pedal and your off and running or sewing as the case may be. BTW, look it up in the TROUBLESHOOTING SECTION OF YOUR MANUAL. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: i can't sew on my machine
I had the same problem.There is a gold or silver washer on the back of the sewing machine that holds the part inside that you are connecting to. If the washer is gone or loose you will not get a connection when you insert the foot peddle. This peice inside is small and square with three delicate wires attached, You should be able to see it
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
it had nothing to do with the shuttle, it is the upper thread is not in the tensioner. lift the presser foot up and thread the machine even if you have to hold the thread on the top and pull on the bottom to make it go in the tensioner it will help, if a machine loops on the bottom it is the upper tension if it loops on the top it is the lower tension
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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