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I was sewing and I hit a pin. The metal that holds the needle in place fell off and the thread glide fell off. The needle clamp won't stay on nor will it hold the needle in place.

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MakikiChris
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SOURCE: brother XR65 twin needle threading

hi roscoepc1.....The threading pattern is identical to single needle. The only changes are that you now are threading 2 spools of thread, one thread for each needle. The only change that I reccommend, but not neccessary, is that while threading through the tension dial, lay your threads between separate discs, and not together between the same pair of discs. Your tension dial contains either 3 or 4 discs.......please update your post if you have any further information or questions.....good luck my friend

Posted on Aug 05, 2007

mohammed387
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SOURCE: My needle broke and a piece of metal fell out of machine

just adjust to needle in fix to strait in needle clamp hole it operate to needle strait to hole so needle do nt break but needle is best buy qualtity

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

SOURCE: HI I HAVE A BROTHER

needs a new needle clamp screw & possibly the needle clamp too

try sewingpartsonline.com

Posted on Jan 12, 2011

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http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/needle-clamp-screw-brother-ls-2125-sewing-machine.aspx

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