Question about PfaFF Tiptronic 2030
Let me see if I'm understanding what's happening.
Do you mean that the housing around the bobbincase/bobbin area is turning round and round, then something has definitely come loose and should be taken care of by an authorized Pfaff technician. Unfortunately if this housing has come loose, the whole machine timing may now be off and attempting to sew could damage your machine further.
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Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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Problem with Brother CS-8150 Computerized Sewing Machine
bottom thread from theh bobbin is in big loops.
I have a CS-8150 as well -it was fine until I decided to clean the shuttlecock and I thought I had put it back correctly. However, it was after replacing the shuttlecock in place that my bobbin thread was making big loops and no matter what tension it kept doing it. So I removed everything out of the bobbin area. Cleaned and made sure that the shuttlecock was exactly in place as per the manual. Guess what it does not make big loops any more.
Just a suggestion.
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