I took my sewing machine to the repair shop and they had said it needed to just be adjusted because when i started to sew it just jamed up and everytime it would jam up it would say E1 and then they fixed it and not its doing the same thing again
When that happened to me I had to replace the bobbin case-- (the peice of the machine the bobbin goes in.) It wasn't a Brother, though. I'd take it back to the repair shop and tell them it's still doing it.
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I'm not sure that's possible in this case. Unless we can get the measurements for this machine and the instruments needed to execute the adjustments you'd need, to set all the measurements it takes to make a sewing machine sew correctly and safely.
I have seen some master machine repair technicians do it by sight and feel. I would let the pros help me with this. Yelp is a great place to start for a honest and able repair shop is near you. Besides, any needed parts aren't sold on a end user level. May be as simple as using the correct needle for the machine.
San Diego, CA
You want to have your machine overhauled? If you are not mechanically inclined or knowledgeable of sewing machines, it would probably be best to take it to a service shop. There are some very minute adjustments (timing) that need to be accurate in order for a machine to operate correctly. Sewing machine repair shops also have the tools to perform those adjustments, which if you were to purchase the tools yourself, could cost more than the machine repair service.
if the sewing machine repair shop knew the machine needed a clutch adjustment, then why didn't they fix it. or if they said they did & it's not fixed, I'd call them & ask them why the machine is still doing the same as it did?
i had the same problem with mine it turned out to be a tiny peice of material jammed in the workings but it can also be thread lock take the shuttle out and see if there is any thread jamed in there if that fails take it to a repair shop
It sounds like your timing is off because what you're describing is exactly what happened to me last summer. I took it to a sewing machine repair shop and they repaired the problems, gave it a nice cleaning and it was like new when it came home. But it took two weeks (not a lot of repair shops around here) and that was torture as it's my only machine!!! :)