Author Topic: tajima 6 head. I’m looking for a service tech. Anybody have any recommendations  (Read 513 times)

Offline im_mcguire

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We are looking at a used 6 head Tajima. But we would like to talk to someone who knows these machines. We are in Northern California, if someone here could help.

Thank you!


Offline mooseman

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Check out yahoo groups there is a group called tajima users.
Someone there will have a recommendatio
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Offline TheGhost

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We use Hirsch since that's who we got the machines from.

Jose is a good guy, not sure if he goes that far for service though.

I think Mooseman is sending you on the right track. Hirsch surely takes some cash for themselves scheduling service, but if all else fails you can try calling them.

Offline Admiral

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Hirsch is terrible to have to go through.  A lot of delays, slow responses through them.  Unfortunately I only know of one tech in my area and he isn't the most reliable and while I do schedule him for yearly maintenance, I don't think he is at all as thorough as other techs would be.

I am in SE Michigan though so tech(s) will be a completely different story in your area.

Offline gotshirtz001

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I’ve got a good guy in Berkeley


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Offline TheGhost

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Yes Hirsch sucks. Been waiting all week for them to call me back to schedule a tech.

Offline DCSP John

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We have a two month old TMAR 6..
Worked great for the first 1.5 months.
Then, slowly - three of the heads went out of alignment.
God only knows how. No hoop hits. We have been extremely
careful with the machine.. Just constant needle breaks. Its crazy.
Hirsch told us no tech available for three weeks. Apparently only
a handful of techs available to work to work on the TMAR.
Does not bode well....

- John