Sewing Machine Repair
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My sewing machine has started smoking?

Smoking sewing machines are often caused by defective motors and excess oil or a poor lubrication.

The sewing machine repairs for Norfolk via collection and delivery can repair this issue.

My sewing machine will not power up?

If your sewing machine is not turning on, the most likely reason is an fault with the foot pedal, display panel, wall socket or plug.

The staff can help from the sewing machine repair centre servicing Norfolk by a collection and delivery service.

I am experiencing faults with my sewing machine and it's still under warranty?

Sewing Machine Serv would advise contacting the retailer directly for warranty issues, parts and accessories.

For out of warranty sewing machine repairs and servicing for Norfolk, call the number provided or complete\fill out the website form shown.

Can any sewing machine be repaired?

Yes most sewing machines from well known German, Swedish and Swiss brands can be repaired such as Singer, Brother, Bernina and Janome to name but some examples.

However cheap sewing machines do not have the same build quality or parts, making a repair not worthwhile.

Sewing Machine Norfolk

Whatever problems you are having with your sewing machine in Norfolk the friendly technicians are ready to help.

The purpose built sewing machine repair centre services Norfolk by couriers who can collect from any home or work address in Norfolk.

The repairs and servicing does not cover catalogue or supermarket sewing machines from Norfolk e.g. Lidl, Argos, Aldi, Macro as the repair cost isn't worth the replacement cost due to their inferior build quality.

The professionals aim to service or repair most sewing machines within a week using spare sewing machine parts if it's required.

Every sewing machine repair comes with fault testing as well.

So if you are in Norfolk and need a sewing machine repair, contact the helpful staff today via the online form.

Sewing machine repair Norfolk

Sewing Machine Service Norfolk

The professionals offer sewing machine repairs and servicing for Norfolk customers via a purpose built sewing machine repair centre.

The technicians are skilled in repairing most types of sewing machines from domestic sewing machines to industrial sewing machines and overlockers.

Sewing machine service and repairs for German, Swedish and Swiss made sewing machines such as:

• Frister & Rossmann sewing machines
• Pfaff sewing machines
• Elna sewing machines
• Husqvarna Viking sewing machines
• Bernina sewing machines

The technicians repair most other brands of sewing machines on the market except budget catalogue models as discussed before. Even vintage sewing machines that are 50+ years old can be repaired if the brand is established.

Only compatible sewing machine parts and repair techniques are used in sewing machine repairs.

Providing fantastic customer service is vital to the team and the recent testimonials highlight the service received and the professionalism of the service being provided.

Learn more information about the sewing machine repair service for customers in Norfolk via couriers on the sewing machine repairs page.

Whatever issues you are discovering with your sewing machine in Norfolk the technicians aim to assist. Contact the sewing machine repair centre via the online form today.

Recent Enquires

feed dogs arent working and cotton tangles under the material.


elna. what is your standing charge please




not stitching properly and cotton tension doesnt turn. thanksalso x


manometer my stylewon`t zag zag


elna su..needle not picking up cotton from bobbin


old viscount x overlocker with broken needle clamp and plate can you supply replacement parts please


the machine is threaded correctly but wont sew.i actually have another that wont sew either and needs a service please. thank you.


bobbin case wont go round as the plastic cog has disengrated


casing round the bobbin is not turning


bobbin winder not working also when doing intricate stitches eg set patterns not using embroidery frame it feeds wrong moving forwards all the time instead of reversing as the pattern dictates. I have not tried doing true embroidery. machine also needs servicing


the belt by the balance wheel has come off needs to be put back on.