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How do I oil my machine

I don't know how to oil my machine. I don't see any holes at the top to drop the oil in. I have lost the manual, and the company has no support offered on this model. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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You can download the manual from the website below: They also have a FAQ: Lubricating:

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