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Thread: My sewing room changing over to an ER this afternoon.

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    Senior Member gail-r's Avatar
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    My sewing room changing over to an ER this afternoon.

    I have 2 machines that are in need of the doctor. One is critical, totally seized and the other is just not feeling up to par. The Sewing Machine Doctor will be here today at 3:30. How cool is that! A doctor who still makes house calls! I love the idea that I don't have to take my machines in somewhere and have them just sit for 2 weeks waiting for it to be their turn. This is the first time I have used this person but he has great reviews. He is actually listed as the "Sewing Machine Doctor". I'll let you know how it goes.
    Gail in Utah

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    Oh Wow! What a convenience! Yes, it is very cool. Watch what he does closely and maybe you'll be able to do a little surgery yourself the next time before a machine has a seizure. Wish we had a Sewing Machine Doctor around here. There's a Floor Doctor running around here, but that's all. heh heh heh

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    Oh how cool, I hope your girls are feeling better soon!!!!

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    That is so cool - I would love to have someone come to the house and service them all at once. Besides the lack of down time, it would be the ultimate convenience.

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    Wow! That IS cool! I'm sure he'll get to the bottom of your issues and you'll be back to sewing in no time.

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    i hope it's as simple as 'take 2 asprin'
    Nancy in western NY

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    Oh NEAT - be sure to update this post after the Dr. leaves and tell us the diagnosis!
    Nikki in MO

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    Oh dear gail! I hope that it isn't too bad and the doc can fix her quick.
    RedGarnet222

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    Will he come to UK? Hehehe.
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    I wish I lived closer to you....that is a real convenience. With the weight of the machines, I always worry that I could drop one on the way to the repair shop.
    Tink's Mom (My name is really Susie)

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