Question about Brother SE-270D Computerized Sewing Machine
Was embroidering and the machine jammed. Said safety device was engaged. No jammed thread or bent needle. Did take apart the bobbin area and blow out lint. Was able to start again, only for it to happen again. any ideas
I am not familiar with the brother safety device myself. however things i would check might be to first check the manual for the machine. if not available try to turn the machine off if it is electronic in hope that it would reset itself. i would also totally unthread the machine and change the needle. embroidery machines need to have needles changed more often due to their high speeds.What type of fabric were you sewing on? Some of the newer machines are just not made to sew on very heavy fabrics and this might be causing something in side to spring. Try to stitch on a lighter fabric with a stabilizer under it
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
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