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Service and Repair

AJ's Stitchin' Time provides on-site Commercial Embroidery Machine Repair, Service, and Training on most brands of machines.

Dennis is currently certified, trained and/or approved as a technician for the following commercial embroidery machines. We are authorized to service, train and do warranty work on these machines.

2008: Toyota – Trained, and certified service and repair technician, rank A
2008: Happy – Certified and approved on single and multi-head machines.
2009: Meistergram - Trained, certified and approved on single and multi-head machines.
2009: Ricoma – Trained, certified and approved.
2013: ZSK – Trained, certified and approved on single and multi-head machines.
2014: Tajima – Approved by Hirsch.
2014: SWF – Approved by Sew-tech, Coldesi and SWF Central.

 



 

Sew Many Parts sells parts for most embroidery machines. "We focus on supplying professional embroiderers with machine parts and supplies to keep you going strong."

Here is a link to a page on their website that has parts manuals in pdf files. https://www.sewmanyparts.com/pages/DownloadManuals/

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Emergency Repair KitEmergency Repair Kit:

Nothing is worse than having a technician arrive at your business and after a brief look he tells you we must order parts. The repair is delayed, additional expenses of return service, and the lost use of the machine gets expensive. I have created a list of the most common parts and suggested things that may need to be replaced on a machine.

Emergency Repair Kit.

Happy Machine - Needle Bar Driver

 

 

 

 



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Here is a list of the the machines that I work on.

The ones Highlighted in RED are the ones that I am certified, trained and/or approved as a technician from the manufacturer. I work on the others but may not have spoken with the manufacturer.

Chinese: Aemco, Avance', Butterfly, Consew, Dublin, Feiya, Highland, Mesa, Meistergram, Pantograms, Pro Capsule, Prodigi, Ricoma, Yamata,

Korea: SWF

Japan: Barudan, Happy, Melco, Tajima, Toyota,

Germany: ZSK,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Older Machines:


I enjoy working on embroidery machines but found that I cannot guarantee that I can fix all machines. Some machines, especially older machines, and ones that have been worked on by other technicians, sometimes present unique problems.

I have a fellow technician I work with sometimes that says “I will wash your car, mow your lawn, or work on your embroidery machine. But, I charge the same amount for any service call.” Sometimes older machines present unique and interesting problems. Some of these machines I call my ZIP CODE MACHINES because I can repair one component of these machines and something else entirely unrelated may break before I get out of the Zip Code. Some of the issues that I encounter are:

  • Older repairs done by other technicians or DIY Owners
  • Out of date technology.
  • Parts are not available.
  • Technical support may no longer be provided by their company.
  • The company may no longer be in business.
  • I am trained on machines that were built after 2007.

The bottom line is I will do my best to repair your machine but I cannot guarantee that I can repair these older machines. I will be happy to work on them, but I must charge for the time and expenses that it takes to stay in business.

 

 

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Nothing is worse than having a technician arrive at your business and after a brief look he tells you we must order parts. The repair is delayed, additional expenses of return service, and the lost use of the machine gets expensive. I have created a list of the most common parts and suggested things that may need to be replaced on a machine.

I call it an Emergency Repair Kit. I suggest you order one for each head, but you will probably not need everything in a set for each head. This list of parts is a suggested list. They cover the most common parts that may need replacing when you have a service on the machine. This is also a list of a good set of spare parts to have on hand.

You know your machine so if you don’t have issues with it trimming you may not need to order the knife sets. If you haven’t replaced the rotary hooks since you bought the machine you may want to order all four. If you don’t need a new set of needles you don’t need to order them.

​Consult your parts supplier and parts manual for the correct parts for your machine.

 

 


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