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Topic: Brother 634D Serger lower looper threading problems  (Read 2224 times)
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« on: August 26, 2008 07:25:12 PM »

Smiley H E L PI am looking for someone who has a Brother 634D.  I just got one off Ebay.  It seems to be well taken care of, needs oiling and a little dusting.  Threading the over looper is no problem, but the under looper?  That is a different story! I finally got it threaded tonight. (The differential feed is in the way of threading that looper, but my tensions are all off. I'm not sure if the tensions are working right.  Three are a little wobbly and one is not?  Anyone know what's up?  I'd like to work out the problems if I can, before I have to take it to a dealer, cause that could be painfully expensive and I already have invested all I want in this for now! (My mom is going to look at it, she has sewn all her like and has multiple sewing machines and sergers) But in the mean time let me know if you have any ideas.  Thanks I really want to get sergering soon!

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« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2008 03:12:14 PM »

I don't have that machine but on my Bernina serger I use a dental floss threader for my lower looper. The are pretty cheap and can be found in the toothpaste aisle of most stores.

Oh - you put the thread through the "loop" then slide the whole thing through the looper guide. (Probably obvious but just in case  Smiley.)
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2013 10:43:58 AM »

Here I am late to the party again.

I own this machine, I'm assuming you got it fixed by now? Do you have the manual? If you do, that should help you. I believe it's available online.
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