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The hook race is the part of the bobbin assembly that revolves when the bobbing case is removed. You would put a small drop of oil directly on the inside of the part that revolves, then return the bobbin to its proper location. Hope this helps. You can also view a great video on youtube that shows you exactly how to take care of it.
go to the singer website---free pdf download click on customer support- there's a drop down menu choose instruction manual in the box type w1409---exactly the way it shows here click search it's a free pdf file
Without the exact make or model to go on.....the general issue most folk have is the location of the lever that is drawn down from the body of the machine.
Once the button is firmly held in the buttonhole foot, the lever MUST be located between the two protrusions on the foot so that as the sewing reaches each extreme point the lever is triggered to stop and then set off in the new direction....
If all this is a little confusing, any friendly sewing shop ought to be able to show you if you ask nicely....maybe even buy some goodies you need to sweeten the deal.
Watts is Current ( listed in Amps and normally shown on a tag of some sort on your machine ) times Voltage ( 120Vac) so if you had
For example.. if it listed 10A as in 10 amps @ 120 V then you would have 10 x 120 or 1200 watts.. This should get you in the ballpark.. If you can provide the exact model number of your machine.. I couold get the specs on it and give you a better answer.. Hope that helps...