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
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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Sharon, some machines don't require oiling.
You should read the machine's manual to double check.
Or you could check the machine's manufacture on-line.
Oiling a non-oiled machine can cause all kinds of problems.
This has the self winding bobbin. You need to be careful when oiling. Take the top, left side, and bottom off the machine. Do not oil the gears. They need clear, synthetic grease only. Place one drop of oil where ever metal rubs together. Only use sewing machine oil. NEVER use 3-in-1 oil, or anything else. It turns to a sticky residue, and will freeze your machine. Note, these models have a plastic gear on the lower main shaft that loves to shred. They're great machines, but I would take it to the repair shop, have the gear replaced; the old lubricants removed; and check the bobbin winding mechanism. You may end up spending $150, but will end up with a great machine.
Its a good make although I believe even they are made in china or somewhere, but sewing machines need a careful touch to run properly. If its under warranty take it to a dealer. If its not, take it to a specialist. Who may be the dealer. Best bet for long life and smooth running.
Unplug your machine!Look closely at the area where the hook came from. Do you see the curved piece(called the "driver"? It moves in an arc when you turn the hand wheel.Take note now that the hook is also curved, isn't it?Therefore, iIf you turn the handwheel until the driver looks like a smile, you can hold the hook by the center pin and turn it to look like a frown. If you put the frown on the smile, it will fit and all you have to do is put on the cover piece and turn the 2 pivoting holding arms over the cover until they lock into position and you are done.For best results, put a drop of good quality sewing machine oil on the hook (not cooking oil or bath oil or it will coagulate in your machine and ruin it!). Have fun sewing! (Note: Be careful handling the point of the hook as it is extremely sharp). Hope this helps!Jimmy
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You put a tiny drop of oil in the bobbin case. Take off your embroidery unit and face it where you can see under the arm. See the long rod..There is a felt pad on each end of the rod. Using a Q-tip oil the felt pad.