I have visited this place twice to get my sewing machine fixed and twice was told that I had a cheap crappy machine. My first machine was a brother and the guy told me it would be $200 to fix the problem and that I could buy a new machine for $400, a Singer. I just came back with my relatively new, mid grade Singer with a timing issue and he told me it would be $170 to fix and again, I should purchase the $400 machine, a Brother. He also proceeded to dog on Singer as a brand.\r
I searched around and found a place that would fix the problem for $50. This place may advertise they fix machines but they just want to sell you a new one. I'll never go back, even if I ever want that $400 machine; someone else will get my business.