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Thread brakes sometimes it stops i think the trhead is not being led correctly since a little peace of metal looking like a clip or hook came off

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  • nettunoninfa Oct 05, 2010

    hi

    the brand is BROTHER model INNO-VIS 750e

    tx

  • nettunoninfa Oct 05, 2010

    i need to solve my problem sooner

  • nettunoninfa Oct 05, 2010

    any news

  • nettunoninfa Oct 05, 2010

    not at all tx for coming back to me
    tim

  • nettunoninfa Oct 05, 2010

    is there any way for me to have u back

    g

  • nettunoninfa Oct 05, 2010

    rather than breaking it seem to have slipped off i m tring to find it no luck so far but do u have ani idea on how to get around the prob without having to service it
    love
    gianni

  • nettunoninfa Oct 05, 2010

    i ll start looking for it now

  • nettunoninfa Oct 05, 2010

    would u let me know about the second option cause i m going mad since 2 days now but sdtill cant find it
    love

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Hmm ok I can help you with this but need to know the make and model of the unit in question.
Thanks Tim

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    Tim Grayson Oct 05, 2010

    Ok I will check into this, please give me a little bit here, if I don't get back tonight it will be first thing in the morning (before 6 am pacific). Please don't respond until I have posted another comment here or it may knock me off the "job" and assign someone else.




    Thanks

    Tim

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    Tim Grayson Oct 05, 2010

    Ook, did you get it solved then?

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    Tim Grayson Oct 05, 2010

    Actually I can no longer help since you already rejected my solution.

    Thanks
    Tim

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    Tim Grayson Oct 05, 2010

    Oh wow I didnt think that was possible, ok looks like you have me back, let me see here, will add another comment in just a moment.

    Tim

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    Tim Grayson Oct 05, 2010

    Ok yes that clip looks like the problem for sure... did it brake off? If so you may need to get it serviced to get it back to working order..

    Tim

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    Tim Grayson Oct 05, 2010

    Oh wow, so you don't even have the part that slipped off? Yikes, let me keep looking into this here :( but I think you will at least need that little part..

    Tim

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    Tim Grayson Oct 05, 2010

    Ok sounds good, let me know if you can find it!
    Thanks
    Tim

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    Tim Grayson Oct 05, 2010

    Also it's possible I can help you get a replacement little piece if need be..
    Tim

  • Tim Grayson
    Tim Grayson Oct 05, 2010

    Oh wow I just realized you must be in England or thereabouts.... In that case it is going to be much easier for you to get the part directly from Brother UK, give them a call at 0845 4309824 and they can definitely get you this piece, or may actually know right over the phone how you can circumvent it...

    In the mean time I am still checking, but give them a call and see what they say. I think they should definitely be open right now still.

    Tim

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