It is recommended to have all sewing machines serviced once a year whether they are being used heavily or just sitting. You wouldn’t drive your car without getting the oil changed! There is nothing worse that being frustrated the next time you sit down to sew something. Take a pro-active approach in keeping your sewing machine service to keep it smoothly running for years to come. Protect your sewing investment!
If you sew more than 4 or 5 times a week, you should service more frequently.
A Clean, Oil, and Adjust (COA) is a 30 point service that includes:
Cam Stack Gear (if applicable)
Presser Foot Bar
Feed Dog Height
Feed Dog Timimg
Needle Front to Back
Zig Zag Swing
Needle Hook Clearance
Bobbin Case Tension
Clean inside and outside of machine
Check for Software Updates (if applicable)
#1 Foot, No 1/4" Feet!
Regular Stitch Plate, Not Straight Stitch!
Leave Machine Threaded and Bring Sample if Having an Issue. This allows us to double check threading and any issues possibly related to thread.