Question about Brother LS-2125 Mechanical Sewing Machine
Either the thread is not in the take up lever or it is not in the tension properly or the tension is set too low or you have the wrong bobbin in the machine or there is a piece of thread stuck in the tension assembly.
To test the tension, set it at 4 or 5, draw the thread through it with the presser foot lever in the up position. Once the thread is in the tension, lower the foot then pull on the thread between the tension and the take up lever. It should have tension on it. Raise the foot and pull on the thread. It should have no or very little tension on it. If it is loose, whether the foot is up or down, you probably have thread stuck in your tension discs. If so, set the tension at zero, open the discs with a small screw driver and blow between them with some compressed air. Sometimes you have to dig it out with tweezers.
Posted on May 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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