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Taking care of my machine

What is the best way to take care of my machine? do i have to oil it. it is a janome9000.

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No way this machine never needs oiling it is self lubricating eg whilst in use it
lubricates occasionaly wipe inside the race with a lint free cloth with the tiniest drop of oil.
hope this info will help
mary h

Posted on Dec 22, 2008

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Almost all new, computerized machines do not require oiling. Be sure to clean the lint out of the bobbin area every time you change the bobbing. A pipe cleaner will get into small places. Best bet is to check your manual or talk to your sewing machine repairman. Another hint is to always use good thread--that can save a lot of headaches.

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