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Repairing Janomes Ideas


Do you sew on the same old sewing machine your mother used? Or one just like it? Did you know sewing machines have changed big time over the last few years. They are more powerful, convenient, and elegant than ever. You could use a dozen different sewing machines. Visit your local sewing machine shop and test out a few of for yourself.

Maybe you already have a great sewing machine like the Janome? If so, consider your machine a treasured possession. Be proud that you have one the very best. These are unique among sewing machines. Janome is the largest manufacturer of sewing machines in the world. You may have seen one with the Kenmore or Elna brand label on it and not realized, it is actually a Janome. They are expertly engineered and manufactured in Japan with the optimum craftsmanship. Nothing like them is available anywhere else in the sewing machine world.

Lint, dirt, and debris collect and cause problems. Lubricants dry out and decay over time. Break downs do happen. Even the finest sewing machines in the world require occasional service.

Specialized knowledge and skills are required to properly fix them since these are among the finest sewing machines in the world. It is important that you use only experts who are fully certified technicians to care for your machine. A good technician for other brands, may well be lost when it comes to repairing one of these.

Can we locate professional maintenance locally, or do we have to ship a machine to Japan?

Every authorized dealer will have a certified technician on site to support and service your needs. You can usually find your center listed in the yellow pages. Look under sewing machine repair. You might search on Yahoo or Google. Search for sewing machine repair with your zip code.

There are two different of Janome stores : authorized dealers and internet stores. Authorized dealers form a network of over six hundred independent dealers. A small number of internet stores are to be found online, however, they restrict the online sales to older, out dated, and limited models. Only your local authorized dealer provides professional service. Professional technicians are ready to repair your sewing machine.

If you live in an area where no local service centers are available, you can package your sewing machine. Ship it to a regional repair center. Here certified technicians provide you the skilled technical services you want and need. Unfortunately, this alternative does get expensive and often takes longer than your local shop when available.

I like to fix things myself. Can I do my own services?

Yes. You can train how to repair your own for fun, convenience, or profit. To do so you will need three things: specialized knowledge, parts access, and technical support. You will need a help from time to time on more complicated challenges so it is a good idea to develop a mentoring relationship with a local certified Technician.

You can learn the general sewing machine repair information faster and easier than you might think. . This includes standard service, cleaning and oiling, and minor adjustments. Check out the excellent sewing machine repair courses by David Trumble or others. These courses will enable you to do most of your own repairs. Some dealers will offer periodic introductory classes to basic maintenance as well.

As a consumer, you would purchase any repair parts directly from your retail dealership. If you became an authorized dealer yourself, you could then purchase at wholesale.

If you are interested in owning your own dealership, contact them to see in your area is available. They do maintain restrictive territories for each of their dealers. You will be required to submit a detailed business plan, purchase the dealership for around $40,000, and complete their new dealer training program.

A mentor and technical support can be invaluable in an emergency. You need a certified technician from time to time to assist with subtle adjustments, diagnostics, and more complex repairs even after your general sewing machine repair skills become established. Tap his brain. Learn from him.

Professional service for your sewing machine is readily available locally or through regional centers. Resources are also available to help you learn to repair sewing machines for fun or profit.

 


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