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Hi, my name is Carolyn, I have the PE 150. When I thread the machine it will not pick up the bobin thread, it gives me an error message message that the upper or lower thread is cut. but it is not

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Read the troubleshooting guide in your manual or go to brother-usa.com under customer support, it may have your problem listed under frequently asked questions. And if all else fails call them at 1-877-276-8437

Posted on Sep 11, 2010

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