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What type of oil do I use and where on the machine do I oil


this link might help you out.
sewing machine What type of oil do use and where on the machine do oil... .
plus i found this.
A screw driver will come with the machine.
  • Clean the feed dog. Remove the bobbin. Use the brush supplied to clean the area. Remove the bobbin case. ...
  • Lubricate the points in the instructional manual with 1-2 drops of sewing machine oil. Turn the handwheel until the hook race is in the left position. Replace the hook.

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Oct 30, 2017 | Sewing Machines

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What type of oil to use on a empisal d 270 and how put the oil


sewing machine oil ( from a supermarket or sewing shop)and just a few drops in the oil holes

Jun 20, 2016 | Sewing Machines

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What about Oiling?


If you look at the Oiling Instructions in the owner's manual, it has a picture of where the oil should be applied. Only one or two drops!! It should probably be oiled frequently--about every 8 hours of sewing time. Pfaff probably sells a sewing machine oil for your machine. Just tell them your machine model and they should know what you need. Do NOT use 3-in-1, WD-40, cooking oil, or the old stinky brown stuff from grandma's sewing basket!

Feb 24, 2016 | Sewing Machines

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Where should I clean and oil an unidentified sewing machine?


cleaning out any machine is good , as most don't get \done get done to often , id be cautious on oiling a machine and only use a oil spec'd by the mfg. as some oils can soften and damage gears and such on some machines , oils should always be used sparingly and not left to drip down inside to points unknown , me id prefer to use caning wax for lubrication, as it never runs from where you put it like oils will

Feb 17, 2016 | Sewing Machines

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I want to oil my machine but only have a photocopy of the owners manual which appears to show 4 spots to oil the machine. My machine has 5 places on the top to add oil. Can you advise?


so add oil to only those spots that the owners manual tells you to oil,you owners manual is all about your machine,follow it,just because there are extra holes doesnt mean they go to something

Jul 07, 2015 | Sewing Machines

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How often should it be oiled?


sewing machine oil is a very light oil so it does not hang around very long. if you are a heavy user of the machine it is best to oil it every month or so. if when it is stored for a long period it should be oil then too. there are one or 2 bits that need some light greasing too. some 3-1 oil is good for the job and do all the moving parts lightly and not too much oil as it will mark your clothes. hope this helps.

May 02, 2011 | Janome Jem Silver 662 Mechanical Sewing...

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I need to change the oil in my juki ddl 8700. The manual says to pour the oil into a tray. There does not seem to be a tray under the machine.


hi there
how come tere doesn't seem to be a tray under the machine ? pleasemake sur your machine come with oil pan ( could be come with oil pan ). or maybe your are talked about other model.
please follwo this steeps to change oil for your machine if it come with oil pan:
1 - back head of machine to back said.
2 - you will found oil pan and in right said you can see screw for empty old oil please put any bottel under oil pan and remove that screw until oil is come down .
3 - try to clean oil pan with any dry material and rethight the screw again.
4 - but new oil on oil pan until arrive to high level and turn ON you machine any running it for arround 10 minutes to make oil goes throw all tubes insaid machine.
best regards
ashraf abozid
CAIRO -EGYPT

Feb 16, 2011 | Juki DDL-8700

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Trying to figure out where to oil my old White 265 machine. the manual only talks about how to oil the bobbin shuttle.


Hi. The rule of thumb is to put one drop (just one drop, that's all it takes) of sewing machine oil wherever two pieces of metal move against each other. You can also look for the oil ports(see tip on where to look for oil ports and for a photo, see www.robbiesews.blogspot.com). Your machine may also have small oil holes in the sewing machine housing, so put one drop of sewing machine oil in each of those.

Please use only sewing machine oil to oil your machine.

Hope this helps!

Robbie

Apr 13, 2010 | Sewing Machines

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How to oil


some machines have sealed bearings and need oil only on a few external moving parts .. most older machines need just about everything that moves oiled periodically .. we need a model number to tell which you have ... use only oil intended for sewing machines .. other types of oil might become gummy after a while and make a mess of the machine .. if you can open the machine to see inside .(usually the top comes off) .. then anything that moves not made of plastic gets a drop of oil .. there are usually several places under the machine that also get oiled .. in general if it moves oil it ... dont get oil inside the motor where the brushes are ... if your machine has sealed bearings then you dont have to and shouldnt oil them..

Aug 18, 2009 | Husqvarna Sewing Machines

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