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Lubricate model 875.199831 diagram is confusing. Is oil reservoir actually on bottom of case near the trigger?

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This is were you add oil to the hammer mechanism, to lube the motor just simply add it through the air inlet.

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How to oil a singer 457


Every few weeks you should put a drop of oil in the opening of the bobbin case (visible when the bobbin is out) after cleaning that area. (This is to the center front of the bobbin case.)

Every few months, you need to put oil (just a drop) on several points inside the face plate. One spot is high (near the thread take up lever when in its highest position). Then oil the upper shaft of the needle and presser foot mechanism and at the top of the section with the screw midway down the shaft (the farther back). Add a drop of oil at the bottom of the shafts (two spots), Additionally put a drop of oil farther right near the thread path.

Once a year, remove the top cover and place a drop of oil at both holes on the top. (One is near but to the right of the main spool pin; the other is near the thread guide at the take up lever.) Put a drop of oil at the hole at the center right of the deck of the sewing machine (right next to the motor and below the stitch width selector). With the top cover off, there are a number of spots that need oil. One is near the center of the machine at the take up lever (top of shaft). The next is at the center of the stitch width cam. Place another drop of oil at the top of the lever that rests against this cam. Place a drop of oil at the bottom of the lower gear (the one that turns in the horizontal plane). Also oil three points to the right of the vertical gear. (These are the two sections on the shaft to the right of the gear and the point in that same line just to the right of the screw to the back of the area.) Remove the bottom of the sewing machine and oil seven points (three to the left and 4 on the right). Do this carefully - you do not want to get oil on the motor or the belt. These points are on the left: on the shafts near screws at the top and bottom and one spot near the center just in front of the belt. For the points near the screws, the one further up is closer to the left edge of the nachine. On the right side: two points above the belt. One is right next to the belt and one is on the shaft below a screw (this shaft continues to the lowest oiling point on the left side).

The manual for the Singer 457 is available from Singer as a PDF: http://www.singerco.com/uploads/download/5d6ce627c00cb91c477d4703f1b704aab08a72c8.pdf . See the diagrams starting on page 53 (page 55 of the pdf) for the exact oiling points. I tried to explain these spots but I usually grab the manual for the pictures for my machine for the yearly oiling. You can buy a copy of the manual from Singer for $15 here: http://www.singerco.com/accessories/instruction-manuals/ . Enter the model number without any extra letters at the end of the model number. Then click Search.

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Have you ever heard of the engine oil reservoir being full and the dipstick reading empty? I just bought an old 1985 toyota pickup truck and it was fine until I had my oil changed. After driving for a...


When your car is low on oil, there is a sensor (sometimes called a switch, as well) that will light up an indicator inside the car to inform you of the low oil level. In some cases, checking the dipstick will show that there is actually oil present, which can be confusing and frustrating because it contradicts the sensor. If this happens to be the case, more than likely the oil pressure switch/sensor is malfunctioning and will need replacing.

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I am trying to find a sound driver for a sony vaio model pcg 581M, it is not on the sony site. thankyou.


Sony can be a bit confusing the pcg581m is actually the part number for the bottom casing and NOT the model of the laptop itself.

You can try using the Auto Detect method on Sony's website here:

http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/select-system.pl?DIRECTOR=DRIVER&PRODTYPE=24

Otherwise check the bottom right near the lcd, that's where the REAL model number is usually located.

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in some cases the reservoir that the tank sits on would have to be replaced. best way to tell is, if you take the tank off and pour a little water in the valve where the rubber gramet is. if it holds the water its good, but if it goes down without you pressing the trigger then it will be the reservoir.

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Where to drain oil and where is oil filter


The drain plug is on the left center engine casing, near the front of the case at the lowest point of the case. Warm up the engine, turn it off then drain the oil after removing the oil fill dipstick on the top of the casing. The bike should be resting on the side stand.

The filter is at the rear of the engine near the bottom. It unscrews by turning counter clockwise. Put a thin film of oil on the new filter rubber seal and threads. Tighten hand tight then 1/4 turn more, ( 22 foot pounds of torque ). Use a genuine Honda filter. Aftermarket filters are inferior and can cause the bike major damage if they fail. I have seen them collapse internally and plug up the oil flow. The engine is pretty much trash after this happens. Aftermarket filters are cheap for a reason.
Use 10w40 motor oil in the gear box. Don't use any synthetic oils, oil marked "EC", or oil with "special" additives. Up North use 20w40, down South use 20w50 motor oil. Stick with the major brands; Pennzoil, Quaker State, Mobil or Shell.

Go to the site below where you can see a parts diagram for your specific bike. You will select the actual brand, year, model, etc., once you go to the site. Part numbers and prices are also shown. You can order parts from this site. In the event no price is shown on a particular part, the part is not in stock.
www.babbittsonline.com/pages/parts/viewbybrandand/parts.aspx

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