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I want to buy some oil to lubricate my hobart slicer .what to use

The hobart slicer is stiff

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If you can, remoove the blade - very carefully. Clean everything where you can. It's a virtual trash holder under the blade. Where the blade mounts, you can use mineral oil to lubricate the bearing. If it makes any contact with food, it won't hurt you.

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