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Quilting foot Brother CS 8072 quilting foot part number xa4322-001

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My Brother Sewing Mechine Computerized is not sewing or running. What can I do?

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My brother cs 8072 stitch length not working.


Are the feed dogs fully up and clean?
With the unthreaded machine transport a piece of paper with the feed dogs?
Is there a presser foot pressure adjustment? -- if so, it may need tweaking.
Do you have a tangle of thread under the needle plate (= throat plate) or hook and bobbin case area?
Do you have the stitch length set to greater than 0?

Jun 26, 2014 | Brother CS-8072 Computerized Sewing...

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Brother sewing machine # CS 8072 part


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Got your presser foot part.
Part no.-(# 5011-3)
Cost -$10

Click HERE to buy

Goodluck..

Feb 22, 2008 | Brother CS-8072 Computerized Sewing...

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Does CS-600i come with a quilting foot?


If you didn't get the Quilting package with it, you will have to purchase a 1/4" foot. Hope this helps.

Mar 30, 2014 | Brother CS6000i Computerized Sewing...

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When I thread my machine and start sewing my bobbin thread gets a huge nest underneath and knots underneath my fabric. What am I doing wrong?


It is your top threading, totally rethread, then with presser foot up, pull on top thread, it should feed smoothly, now put the presser foot down, pull thread, it should barely move. This should seat the thread in the tension discs.

Dec 23, 2010 | Brother CS-8072 Computerized Sewing...

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How do I wind the bobbin on a Brother sewing machine Model CS-8072?


Go to brother.com and get a manual download for free, make a copy and you will learn all about your machine

Jul 20, 2010 | Brother CS-8072 Computerized Sewing...

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How do you remove the case from a CS-8072?


The handle is a part of the sewing machine. With the handle in the down position, lift the cover straight up using one hand from the top or both hands from the bottom sides. Very easy.

Jan 02, 2010 | Brother CS-8072 Computerized Sewing...

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Can't get buttonhole setting


To the left of the presser foot, there is a plastic button hold guide that must be puled down in order to sew a button hole. Make sure the arm is pulled completely down and placed behind the guide on the foot. There's pictures in the manual, or you can find the manual on-line at brother.com. I hope that helps!

Mar 30, 2009 | Brother CS-8072 Computerized Sewing...

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The foot wasn't what rolled hems


Hi,

Please have a look at the below link.
click HERE

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Feb 22, 2008 | Brother CS-8072 Computerized Sewing...

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