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have that same bobbin on my Brother SQ-9000, which is 2 years old. You do NOT have to draw it up before sewing. Just wrap that thread around that loop on the left and cut it off. When you start sewing it will automatically come up and sew beautifully. Maybe the problem is that you are trying to pull it up, as I use to have to do on my old Singer 503.
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I have the same machine. Lots of times I put the thread thru the slot several times before it would catch. But I've had several years of good sewing with the Brother cs600i. I did find that if I sew very fast, the upper thread slipped out of the take-up bar and everything would ball up underneath. When I made sure the thread was back in the slot of the take-up bar, it worked fine.