Question about Brother Sewing Machines
Ensure that your thread is properly threaded along all of the points on the top of the machine. However, in this case, it sounds to me like there is something on the bottom of the machine that is causing most of your trouble. Possibly a timing issue?
I'd suggest taking the machine in for a time and tune(will likely run you about 100 bucks) at any sewing machine repair facility. This will not only fix any possible timing issues, but most stores will be fast to point out any damaged or trouble parts. However, given the low stresses on most machine parts in a sewing machine, the most likely point will be that the tuneup and re-timing will solve the problem completely, as well as leaving your machine more able to run in the future.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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