Question about Singer 7422
I would prefer that you go to singer.com and order a new one.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
Your first port of call should be the Singer dealer from whom you bought the machine, it will be under warantee and you don't want to risk breaching the conditions by fiddling around yourself.
They have a duty of care to customers, and would be crazy to give poor service on a new machine.....phone them, outline the issues and arrange a time to meet with them (with the machine) to address the problems..perhaps they offer a familiarisation lesson, as many dealers do, that would also be of enormous benefit to you with a new machine and is a service we provide for all our customers to get them started, so they get maximum benefit from the beginning.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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