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Sewing machine repair web site

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The Complete Website of Sewing Machine Repairs

If you can operate a sewing machine, or are the least a bit mechanically inclined, you can do your own sewing machine repairs with advice from Absolute Sewing Machine Support.

The cost and inconvenience of taking your machine to a shop for a service or repair can be minimised by having the knowledge to solve common faults, mistakes and break downs. Â Old and new sewing machines and overlockers all work on the same basic principles which have changed very little over time. Â Some machine are electronically driven but these machines still suffer from the same common problems.

At Sewing Machine Repair Tips you’ll learn how to troubleshoot problems on all types of sewing machines, sergers and overlockers. I’ll do my best to explain how to solve many common and more advance sewing machine problems in a non-technical language. I’ll cover how to:

  • use different sewing machine feet
  • adjust your tension and timing
  • select correct needles and sewing materials
  • clean and oil your sewing machine
  • check electrical components
  • adjust and trouble shoot hook, feed, needle bar, looper problems
  • avoid pitfalls caused by needles, cotton, material and bad technique

I will also expand on:

  • tricks to saving time and money
  • sewing machine parts
  • removing covers, disassembly and reassembly

Here’s hoping you find the information on this web site useful! I would love to hear from you, please comment or ask me questions via the contact form. Happy sewing!

  • sewing machines