Brother 3in1, FreeShip $997 PowerCombo Saves $100+ FREEARM 4234DT Easiest Needle Threader Serger, 2340CV CoverHem, XR9500 ProjectRunway Compu Sew&Font
"rnrnAllBrands is a Brother Authorized Dealer and ASC Authorized Service Center for any repairs including warranty parts, electrical and labor. We give unlimited technical support by email, fax and phone. We service machines in our stores and/or refer to your nearest ASC Brother Authorized Factory Service and Warranty Centers nationwide. Mass merchants do not have tech service or repair departments for your equipment. They are unable to help you directly, only referring any operational, mechanical or electronic questions back to the manufacturer instead of taking care of the problems themselves. Manufacturers and customers should expect that any problems you have will be taken care of by the dealer or merchant who sold you the equipment, not by just referring your questions back to the manufacturer.rnrnBrother 4234DT Top of the Line FREEARM Serger (same as Project Runway 5234PRW) has a One Touch sturdy metal needle threader requiring one finger to lower the lever and automatically thread the needles just like the easiest to use Brother embroidery machines do! Disclosure: All Babylock embroidery machines are made by Brother with the same improved needle threaders!rnrnBabylock serger needle threaders require both hands! Right hand to twist a loop in the thread (difficult with some threads) to place on the needle threader hook, while turning the needle threader dial down with the left hand. That is hardly automatic needle threading! No better than the original two hand built in needle threaders that first came out in the 1970's with Pfaff and Singer. rnrnBabylock's easy threading claims can be ""Full of Air"", just like their sergers. Jet Air Threading is ok when it works. If thread clogs the tubes, you cannot use wire probes to dislodge because that might scratch the inside of the smooth tubes. We have even had to remove or replace tubes, using a solvent or blow torch to burn off clogged and impacted thread wads inside, before residuals can be removed with an air compressor. There is just not enough Jet Air pressure built in the machine to remove thread clogs from tubes. Even 100+ PSI air compressors may not remove the clogs without desolving or burning off impacted thread first. rnrnThe reason Babylock sergers are $999 for 4 thread up to $2500 or more for 8 thread with coverstitch is that they are not allowed to be sold on the internet! There is no universal price competition, except in local markets if there is more than 1 dealer which is not likely. rnrnWhen you can buy 3 top Brother freearm serger, coverhem and computer sewing machines for less than the price of the bottom end Babylock, you know you are paying too much for just a 4 tread serger machine without cover hem stitches, extension table, extra feet, or FREEARM capability for cuffs, sleeves, pantlegs, and other tubular sewing projects."
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