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Loose part I have a Brother Pc-6000' The white plastic piece where the thread comes down the front and then goes back up is loose and moves around when sewing. Have taken the case off where the light is but cannot see where there is a screw missing or why this part is loose.

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I dont think the screw wll be missing, but it might be loose. Open the light cover and pull the plastic piece back and forth and look for movement on the inside. You should be able to detect the loose screw and by tighting it, it will resolve your problem

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