Question about Necchi Sewing Machines
Posted by Anonymous on
Fundamental attribution error My assumption is that a repair technician told you this was the problem with your sewing machine, after you had it in for repair. Is this correct? This is a common way for unprofessional sewing machine repair technicians to say that either they didn't find any problems, or they assumed that the fault was yours rather than the machine. If this is in fact the situation, it is likely that your technician ran the machine briefly, didn't notice anything out of the usual, and moved on. He may or may not have actually fixed whatever problem you were having originally. If you continue to have issues I would recommend seeking out a second opinion.
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