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Question DetailsAsked on 6/30/2015

I need to repair/clean an old Singer sewing machine. Where's a good place near Stamford, CT?

I inherited the machine from my mom and I think it was originally my Nana's. I tried to use it once as an inexperienced 10 year old, and broke the needle, maybe lost the foot. Pretty sure it needs cleaning/etc too. I found a place called Atitch-In-Time further East and I don't mind traveling for a good place I've read lots of negative reviews about the employees being rude so I don't want to bother with it. Any good places near Stamford, CT? I'm willing to drive longer to a reputable place.

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Answered 5 years ago by Member Services


Sewing Machine Repair is you Search the List category - set your search radius to the max to get the maximum number of links.

Bear in mind, if that old they likely cannot get parts for it (though needle and foot should be pretty easy) and it will probably cost $75-100 diagnosis and cleaning fee to find that out, so unless you are committed to using this machine (as opposed to just keeping it for sentimental reasons) bear in mind you are talking 1/3-1/2 the cosst of a new Borther or Janome just to maybe find out it can't be fixed.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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