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Lubricating...
Some sewing Machines w/computer is equipped with a
LM (low mass) hook system which requires no
lubrication. But...
HINT*** If however you do lubricate any parts, always
run the sewing computer immediately afterwards
on scrap material to avoid soiling your work!!!

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EM / 40M
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