Question about Brother SE-270D Computerized Sewing Machine
The tension in the wires is badly adjusted - either the bobbin wire is too loose or the needle wire is too tight. Start by loosening the tension in the needle wire.if the sew appears loose then tighten the bobbin wire. Several tests will be needed to achieve perfect tension.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
When bobbin thread shows on top, it means that there's too much tension on top thread.
1. Check if top thread unwinds and feeds up well. Make sure that the spool doesn't slide off horizontal spool pin. If it falls – it creates too high tread tension by not giving the thread to unwind properly.
2. Check that the needle is good, not sticky, and allows the thread to come through it easily. It should have a large enough eye.
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Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: top thread wraps around bobbin
Is it birdnesting under the bottom or it is actually getting tangled inside the bobbin case? I've had my machine for almost a year and don't think I've had your exact issue. Sometimes, when you do a stich over a already stitched portion, you may have a problem with the bobbin and I just generally stop and start it again. It is important that you use the correct needle and also use a good embroidery thread and stablizer. Another thing suggested is changing the needle after about every 5 designs. Also, check the bobbin case to make sure there's no fuzzies caught in it. I use "canned air" like you use on computer keyboards. I also only use 40 weight emboidery thread for the top and actual bobbin thread for the bottom. Other threads can really jam everything up. So it's been trial and error to find the right combinations. Good Luck!
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
SOURCE: Brother PE-150V bobbin thread
For embroidery, and zig-zag, and because the needle makes side movements, it needs more needle thread.
So try to keep you needle thread not very tight,
and tight up your bobbin case tension more, so that the two threads meet under the meterial.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
E1 means that the main motor is working to hard so the machine is keeping you from burning it up, make sure the handwheel feels smooth when turning if it doesnt clean your hook area and take the side cover off and make sure no thread is caught in the take-up lever
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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