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Brother 925D - threads do not lock

The machine works fine, feeder, cutter etc. The threads do not break BUT they do not produce an overlock stich. The upper and bottom threads do not interlock. Help!

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Threads do not overlock stich

Posted on Sep 27, 2008

  • Charlene Lee Jun 09, 2014

    I only had a Brother Serger for a short time. However, there are many Youtube videos on specific Brother machines that you may find helpful. Sergers are tricky, and if you do not thread in the correct order, the stitching will not be correct. Good luck.

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