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Starting To Sew - Brother Sewing Machines Operation Manual

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SEWING BASICS

Starting to sew

Once you are ready to start sewing, you can start the
sewing machine. The sewing speed can be adjusted
using either the sewing speed controller or the foot
controller.
Note
Important:
When the foot controller is plugged in,
(start/stop button) cannot be used to start
sewing.
■ Using the operation buttons
Sewing can be started and stopped using the
operation button
Slide the sewing speed controller to the left or
a
right to select the desired sewing speed.
Slide the sewing speed controller to the left to
sew at a slower speed, or slide the speed
controller to the right to sew at a faster speed.
a Sewing speed controller
52
(start/stop button).
Press
(start/stop button) once.
b
a Start/stop button
The machine starts sewing.
• If you continue to hold
pressed immediately after the sewing starts,
the machine will sew at a slow speed.
When the end of the stitching is reached, press
c
(start/stop button) once.
The machine stops sewing with the needle
down (in the fabric).
When you are finished sewing, raise the
d
needle, and then cut the threads.
For details, refer to "Cutting the thread"
(page 56).
■ Using the foot controller
Sewing can be started and stopped using the foot
controller.
Turn off the sewing machine.
a
When connecting the foot controller, be sure to
turn off the sewing machine in order to prevent
the machine from accidentally being started.
(start/stop button)

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  • Teresa Fields Dec 07, 2018 03:19:
    I have unfortunat​ely moved several times in the last 5 years and cannot find the manual for my brother GX37 sewing machine. I actually have never unboxed it. Recently I needed to make something and when I sew the seams they are not catching from the bottom, I think. I finish a seam, pull it out of the machine, and the thread just comes right out. This is my first brother product, and I have to say I am not impressed. Why is this happening?
  • john merchant Nov 26, 2017 09:11:
    could you please tell me if there is a instructio​n manual for a Brother BC 2100 computer sewing machine many thanks
  • jahangir Mar 21, 2017 07:18:
    zigzag machine error message 855
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  • Vivian Jul 22, 2015 06:22:
    Can you please send me the link to show a picture of how the bottom of the bobbin need to look something has come loose behind the bobbin casing it could be for moving the fabric it was clicking there now the fabric won't move vlewis181@​gmail is my email address