Question about Brother LS-2125 Mechanical Sewing Machine
You could try adjusting the tension on the bobbin but it rarely needs adjusting.
Have you checked that all the top tension discs are clean? Often a tiny bit of broken thread causes problems. Pull a thick piece of thread manually through all of them or prise gently open and look. Take out the bobbin case and put the hoover end in the empty space to **** out any stray threads, or shoot compressed air in there to blow it clean.
Remove the needle plate and check for broken threads underneath.
Try re-threading the whole thing and remember to keep the presser foot up as you do it to keep the top tension discs released.
I have found that a blunt needle can also cause this problem....no idea why.
Have you oiled your machine recently, perhaps something is stiff. Your manual should tell you where to oil. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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