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My thread keeps getting knotted up underneath. I have followed all the trouble shooting procedures and it still won't work.

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Usually it is the top threading, tangled thread or a bent needle that causes that problem. You can call Brother at 1-877-276-8437 and maybe they can suggest something else to try.

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