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Brother embroidery machine broken

I have a SE 270D - when I embroidery with the machine the thread bunches up under the fabric and turns into a huge knot.

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Mine was doing the same thing, it wasn't threading right. The thing that pulls the thread down to the needle was out of place, and it wasn't wrapping the thread around the tension. Hope this helps!

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Make sure the bobbin thread is wound and installed correctly
remove tangled thread and clean lint out from under feed plate
clean and remove shuttle to clean out area with lint brush
inspect bobbin for burs and scratches...make sure when reinstalling shuttle and bobbin that it rotates freely
hope this helps

Posted on Feb 05, 2010

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