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I have a dae woo-500 sewing machine and has an oil pan. What kind of oil is recommended?

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I agree, a very lightweight oil, which can be purchased in most. Haberdasheries

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This may not be a Sewing Machine?
Do you have any other numbers or a picture??
Daewoo DV 500 Owner Manual

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Sewing machines take a very light weight oil. I have found if you don't have access to wholesale distributors. You can find machine oil by the quart at Rochford supply, they have website. Hope this helps.

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There should be a "pan" under your machine that holds the oil. Use only sewing machine oil from your dealer. I use a clear oil so that if I should get a drop on an item it won't stain it. Put the palm of your hand on the front of your machine and push the whole metal body of the machine backward until it rests on the wooden peg behind it (this peg is about 3-4" tall and is immediately behind the body in the table top. Be careful not to damage the computer panel on top of your machine. You will probably need to move the thread stand out of the way before you push the machine back.

Once the machine is back you should be able to see the lines in the metal pan under the machine that shows how deep to fill the oil. Pour oil in the pan up to the full mark. Mine takes a little over a pint. Carefully reseat the sewing machine, and run the machine at a quick pace either with or without material in it, to get the oil circulating in the body of the machine. Don't run this machine without oil. If it gets too dry it can "seize up" and possibly ruin this wonderful machine. When you are pushing the head back or pulling it forward to reseat it, make sure you only do it on the metal parts of the machine and not on the computer panel to avoid ruining your computer by breaking it loose from the machine.

As a caution: If you run your machine without material to circulate the oil, raise the foot first to avoid damage to the feet and pull your thread out of your needle to avoid tangling the thread in the bobbin and having to untangle it before you sew.
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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.
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