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Just purchased my very first sewing machine and I'm having a problem threading it my manual was not included for some odd reason is there any way you could help me. Some instructions or manual on how to thread my new LS2125I Brother sewing machine?

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It was quite difficult to locate but I found the manual for this system for you. Please make sure to rate my answer 4 thumbs up, it would mean a great deal to me. I would be forever grateful if you could do so. Here is your manual, which I have hosted on my personal webserver:

http://micromatikal.dlinkddns.com:8000/cust/LS2125i.PDF

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