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Important Sewing Machine Repair Terms

Sewing is a fun and useful hobby that can save money, but doing the work by hand can be time consuming. An easy and cheap way to sew is to purchase a refurbished machine from a licensed dealer. If you are thinking of buying or have recently purchased a refurbished device it is important to know the following terms.

  • Bobbin – This is a cylinder that holds the bottom thread and is a vital element of these devices. Many problems arise from improperly installing or winding the bobbin. It is important to keep this area dust free because dirt that gets caught in this area can create long lasting problems that will need to be fixed by a repair expert. Bobbins can be found used and restored at very reasonable prices.
  • Pressure Foot – This is small metal device that exerts pressure downward on the material as it passes over the feed dogs. In this way, these two parts work together to keep the material in place and move it forward quickly and efficiently.
  • Needle Plate – This is a small metal piece that is designed to protect the bobbin area and the underside of the device. It also keeps the material from getting jammed up in the feed dogs.
  • Feed Dogs – These are located underneath the plate. They are composed of thin metal teeth whose job is to pull the fabric along between stitches. Over time and with heavy use, the teeth can become worn down and are no longer able to pull the material through. In this case, these need to be restored by an expert.
  • Pedal – This is a device that controls the stop and go and speed of your machine. A problem here will need to be fixed by a licensed dealer or repair specialist.
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    Hopper
    434 Driftwood Road, Santa Clara, CA 95054
    We offer CNC milling and turning, with some of our machines capable of doing both operations in the one setup. This enables us to be cost competitive and reduce delivery times.
    (408) 307-3793
    A Better Discount Vac And Sew
    103 E El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087
    We have been serving the Sunnyvale area for over 28 years in vacuum & sewing machine repair. We are an authorized service center for Dyson, Miele, Oreck, Eureka, Simplicity, Kirby, Sebo, and Royal vac
    (408) 736-0333
    AAA Vacuum & Sewing Center
    19070 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino, CA 95014
    We have been in business since 1959 and have serviced the south bay with outstanding service on both sewing machines and vacuum cleaners. We carry many brands of vacuum cleaners: Hoover, Eureka, Elect
    (408) 255-4762
    Vac & Sew Doctor
    1321 Mchenry Ave, Modesto, CA 95350
    (209) 523-6978
    A & J Sewing
    607 Mchenry Ave, Modesto, CA 95350
    (209) 523-9487
    Tension Relief Sewing
    629 E Main St, Turlock, CA 95380
    (209) 632-2300
    Atwater Vac & Sew II
    1040 3rd St, Atwater, CA 95301
    (209) 358-4107
    Bearly Quilting
    13769 Mono Way Ste E, Sonora, CA 95370
    (209) 694-0226
    Delta Vacuum & Sewing Center Inc
    1868 a St, Antioch, CA 94509
    (925) 757-4981
    Dublin Sewing Center
    7367 Village Pkwy, Dublin, CA 94568
    (925) 829-6511
    Mission Valley Vacuum & Sewing Center
    40063 Mission Blvd, Fremont, CA 94539
    (510) 656-3843
    Twice Nice Shoppe
    41826 Paseo Padre Pkwy, Fremont, CA 94539
    (510) 659-0733
    Vsm Sewing
    7177 Amador Plaza Rd, Dublin, CA 94568
    (925) 551-5847
    A Better Vacuum & Sewing
    1430 E Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA 95116
    (408) 294-9898
    Blossom Hill Vacuum & Sewing
    1029 Blossom Hill Rd, San Jose, CA 95123
    (408) 266-6373


    Whether you sew for fun or as a profession, your sewing machine is a necessary and expensive investment to make. This tool needs to be treated right in terms of maintenance and prompt repairs to ensure you keep that investment in good condition for as long as possible. From the motor and pedal to the needle and other parts, every bit of your sewing machine deserves the very best attention if you are to get the greatest value from your machine. This article will provide tips on basic sewing machine maintenance as well as how to find the right repair shop to restore, refurbish or replace your machine and install new parts when your machine needs fixing. When it comes to regular sewing machine maintenance, your best source is the manual that comes with the machine. This book should have been received when you bought the new tool from the store. However, if you have a used or wholesale sewing machine, it's possible the manual is no longer available. If this is the case, try going online to find a new copy that will tell you when to service the various parts of the machine. Most sewing machines need a regular oiling and lint removal to keep them running in top condition and prevent repairs. Sewing machine oil is a special product that can be found in sewing machine stores or repair shops. The needle, thread and fabric make stitches and this chain reaction can lead to lint buildup in your machine. By removing this lint regularly, you can restore your machine to its original condition and refurbish the performance of your machine. Other repairs will probably require the help of a specialist who fixes machines, installs parts and provides basic maintenance tasks.
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