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Updated by Susan Miller on Jul 24, 2019
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Susan Miller Susan Miller
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Signs that you need to get your Vacuum Cleaner Serviced

When a service is what you need, we offer a quick turnaround. If your sewing machine isn’t performing up to par or with “like new” quality, bring it to us at Tidewater Sew-Vac and we will take a look. Many times all that is needed is cleaning and service to get your machine up and running again. When your sewing machine has broken or worn parts and needs repair, we offer quick and free estimates on parts and labor. Our Service and repair experts will use the right parts to fix and repair all major brands.

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Bobbin Problems

Bobbin Problems

Use bobbins made specifically for your machine and make sure your bobbin thread is wound tight and no loose threads are hanging. Clean the bobbin area frequently. Refer to manual for instructions.

2

Needle Issues

Needle Issues

Use the right needle for your project and change your needle every 3 to 4 hours of sewing or after every other project. The needle is the major culprit for most sewing problems.

3

Fabric Not Feeding Properly

Fabric Not Feeding Properly

Keep your machine covered when not using it. Household dust, lint and pet hair can enter your machine in one of it's many openings causing all types of problems. Keep your machine away from direct sunlight, high/low temperatures and humidity.

4

Machine Not Running

Machine Not Running

Do not use canned air on your machine or blow into your machine. The lint is just being pushed further into the machine and you are spraying moisture into your machine which can cause corrosion or damage your circuit boards

5

Machine Making Odd Noises

Machine Making Odd Noises

Keep your machine covered when not using it. Household dust, lint and pet hair can enter your machine in one of it's many openings causing all types of problems.

6

Thread Breaking

Thread Breaking

Use good quality thread.

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Thread Bunching or Bird-Nesting

Thread Bunching or Bird-Nesting

DO NOT SEW OVER PINS! Your needle may break, you could damage the hook or pieces of the needle could fly up into your face