brother exedra e-40

bonjour elle se desenfil souvent jai changer aiguille . verifiez les tensions .changer de fil mais toujours le meme probleme y a til une personne a qui cest arriver et a pu resoudre son probleme merci
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danielle
Babelfish Translation: Hello she is desenfil often jai change needle. check the tension wire .change but still the same problem there til a person has that it is happen and was able to solve the problem thank you
google tranlate: hello it deflates often I change needle. check the tensions .change wire but still the same problem is there a person to whom it is to arrive and could solve his problem thank you
Hello,
This is a (mostly) English-speaking newsgroup, so I tried a couple of online translation engines on your message, without much success.I don't understand the problem you are having. Is it improper tension? Needles breaking? Threading issues?
Here are some of the things I do when having issues with my (non-)industrial sewing machines and sergers:
1. Clean and lubricate, and I mean a complete head-to-toe cleaning including the tension disks and bobbin area.
2.. CHANGE the needle(s) and make sure it/they is/are inserted correctly, all the way up and right-way-around.
3. Re-thread FROM SCRATCH. Remove all threads and bobbins, and start over, using different colored threads for each needle and bobbin so the thread creating the problem shows up better. Verify every step using your owner's manual
4. Take it to my friendly service person...
The" Brother Exedra e-40" appears to be some sort of industrial machine. Can't the person who sold it to you help?
HTH,
Beverly
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BEI Design
Great idea! I was trying to think of whom in my family I could send it to, but no one is really a francophone. I couldn't make heads or tails of "desenfil/deflates(?)" and "change wire", so I have no idea what the problem is.
:-}
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BEI Design
It all depends frankly on where you are , I am in France and can recommend a technician 1 hour from me in Dept 47. If you have verified your that needle is new and properly in it's place, well seated, and that the thread is properly between the tension dics, and that the bobbin is not too worn and used. It seems to me it's time to take it to a technician. Sorry not to be more help.
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Claire Owen

It all depends frankly on where you are , I am in France and can recommend a technician 1 hour from me in Dept 47. If you have verified your that needle is new and properly in it's place, well seated, and that the thread is properly between the tension dics, and that the bobbin is not too worn and used. It seems to me it's time to take it to a technician. Sorry not to be more help.
Thank you Claire for your reply. Barbara in USA
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Bobbie Sews More

My gut instinct is that the OP is writing in canadian french as desenfil is a new word on me but probably means comes unthreaded/ breaks the thread.
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Claire Owen
That explains a lot, my 64-year-old high school French failed utterly to work out what 'desenfil' might be referring to.
Thanks!
Beverly
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BEI Design

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