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Signs You Should Send Your Sewing Machine in for Professional Repairs

Many sewing machines hold up well for years without needing to be repaired. However, sewing machine issues can and do happen, and when you find there is something wrong with your sewing machine, you should contact a professional so you can get their help with getting your machine back in good condition. If you have never sent your machine in for professional repairs before, you might not be sure of when this is needed. These are a few signs that now is a good time for you to send your sewing machine to a professional.

It's an Older Machine

First of all, you might have just recently acquired an older sewing machine. You may have inherited it from a family member, or found a good deal on it at a thrift store or yard sale. Either way, you'll be excited about your older machine, and you may be ready to put it to use as soon as possible. Before you do so, however, you may want to send the older machine to a professional. The professional can check it over for any damage that it might have sustained before you purchased it. A professional can repair any issues, maintain the machine, and give you tips and advice for using it. Then, you should be able to put your new-to-you machine to use, and you might find that it will work just as well as it did when it was new.

You've Been Having Trouble With Fabric

There are various fabric-related issues that you can find yourself dealing with when you're using a faulty sewing machine. You might not be able to feed your fabric through the machine, or you might have found that your fabric has been bunching up a lot lately. Your machine could also have a problem with consistency when feeding fabric. There are various components that are used to feed fabric through your machine, and a professional can check these components and make any necessary repairs.

Your Machine Is Making a Lot of Noise

Of course, there is some noise associated with running a sewing machine. If your machine is older, however, you might have been using it for quite some time now, so you should know what your machine is supposed to sound like. If it has been louder than usual or if it's been making abnormal sounds, you should take it to a repair professional as soon as possible. In the meantime, you should discontinue the use of your machine until you figure out why it's making this noise so that you can avoid causing further damage. 

For more information, contact a local professional that can help you with sewing machine repairs