Question about Brother XL-6562 Mechanical Sewing Machine
Someone I know that has repaired machines for years said there are a lot of screws in the back to be removed and that there are plastic clips at the seams. I had to do this on a Viking that I had and ended up having to take it to a dealer to fix because I was afraid of breaking the plastic clips without the right tools. I figured it was cheaper to have the repairman do it than to possibly break the case or break the clips off, have to pay for a new case which was $125 plus then the cost of the repair. I know this isn't what you want to hear but might in the long run be a better solution so that you don't end up breaking the plastic case. Good luck and I hope it works out good for you.
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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bAttach the extra spool pin.
Put the extra spool pin in the hole on the top of
the machine. Put the second spool of thread
onto the extra spool pin.
See page 25 in owners manual.
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