SERGER timing adjustment
I recently purchased a used Baby Lock ProLine Serger--it's about 15 years old. While practicing on it, I broke 2 needles, and I'm not sure why. However, that appears to have thrown the timing off, and the woman I bought it from says I need to bring it in for a timing adjustment. I was wondering (rough estimate) how much that would cost, and (in general) how long it takes to get done. I have some time off coming up and I would really like to use this thing. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.