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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi there , pauly46 here
yes it does sound like you have a magnetron coil going o/c when its gets a little tempreture on it .
it would sugest that you also check the grounding wire for that coil for any possible grounding to earth that should not be happening ? then look at replacing that magnetron armature
to get a new armature you will need the model and type codes off the engine ,
think your engine will be a briggs vee twin - this is very important that they be correct
here is web site for parts -:
select your model series number from list , then enter, then select the type number from the list
(these must match your model and type codes from your engine )
select alternator / ignition section , then find ref part 333 this is armature
it will have a briggs part number assigned to it
you can select it and add it to your shopping cart and order it on line , from
any problems let me know
Posted on May 08, 2011
SOURCE: Upper Thread Error
I just posted this under another Brother machine...mine is a se 350 but, might be the same problem!! Hi....I also kept getting the check and rethread upper thread message, I'd sew about 15 stitches and it'd stop. Here's what I did. On the left of the machine, in the back there is a screw....loosen that screw, take cover off, then lift straigt up and out on the cover that has the 3 on it in your threading seqence. Next, I started inspecting and cleaning the thread route from top to bottom. Lo and behold....I get to the place where you come down the front of the machine and turn to go back up and I spot a little slice/cut in the plastic piece so, when I was threading the machine I guess I was pulling it to far to the left causing it to wear a little slice/cut in that piece....so, I finished cutting it off with a utility knife, used an emery board to smooth it down, put the covers back on and it works GREAT!!!! Who would've ever thought that it'd be so easy and save me a bunch of money!!! I sure hope this helps someone.
Posted on Jan 07, 2013
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