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I just looked over an on-line version of owners manual. You have to put oil to high mark. Some small amount of oil splash seems normal. The machine is going to cause some vibration to the oil tank. As long as you have all adjustment right there should not be problems. Keep a small towel handy to wipe off any oil that comes out. If you don't have enough oil for the needle and machine the motor will lock up (seize) Be safe by always cutting power to machine if you are going to do any kind of service to it. Just as with a child, don't leave it running if you will be away from it for more than a couple of minutes.
try a top tension of 3 to 5,, the bottom shouldn't have to be changed unless the child touched the bobbin,, which is more difficult to do try these sites for a manual ebay sewingpartsonline.com
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