Question about Brother CS-6000
My problem seems to be that after I have sewn for a few minutes sometimes slowing down and then speeding up but always on the 2nd sewing speed my thread will wrap around the thread take up lever. This causes my tension to loosen on the bottom of my seam. I have read and followed the instructions for threading the machine however this problem continues. Any suggestions?
I think that you should check the manual again because it sounds like you have missed a step in your threading. What you are describing does not seem possible if it threaded right
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
Try some metal bobbins, #15 or SA 156. that seems to help. If, you don't have a manual go to brother.com and download one for free
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
Revisit your threading up, check the threading up path in your manual. The thread is missing a thread loop/guide I would say for the thread to keep coming loose and getting caught around the take up lever. Is it fully into tension? Always raise the pressure foot when threading up the top of the machine to ensure the tension is wide open so the thread seats properly.
Posted on Jun 16, 2011
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