Sewing Machine Repair

Interior Inspection

After every external feature is examined, our certified technicians work their way into the inner parts of your sewing machine. First on the to-do list is a thorough internal clean-up. Our specialists get rid of every speck of dust and dirt they can find using an assortment of specialized tools.

They also replace the old oil and other lubricants so that the machine runs smoothly. They do this with extreme care because you need to apply the right lubricant to the right place. For example, applying oil to a part that needs grease is not ideal and may cause problems in the long run.

Once they are happy with the cleanup, they evaluate your sewing machine’s timing. This is probably the most important step of our sewing machine repair process.
A sewing machine with bad timing is just a device that bobs a needle. A typical sewing unit will use two threads to form a stitch. The bottom thread is run along with the fabric while a needle fastened to the top thread punctures the fabric. A shuttle hook then grabs hold of the top thread and creates a stitch. This process happens repeatedly to create stitches.

Therefore, the needle needs to be at the right location at the perfect time to make a stitch. Our techs look at the total mechanism and make the adjustments required to achieve flawless timing. Bad timing results in issues like skipping stitches, ticking sounds, and not having the ability to draw your bobbin thread up continually.