Question about Sewing Machines
yes, that can still be fixed. First buff all the affected parts with any fine buffing compoud then wife the residues with dry cloths. After this, every surface on a machine, which is in movable contact with any other point, must be lubricated. A small drop of oil on each point is sufficient. Take off the machine covers and rotate the handwheel in the normal direction of rotation. Observe and note every movable contact point on the machine. This includes the visualizing of shafts within bushings, etc. Perform this exercise thoroughly while lubricating the machine, and you will soon find it quick to lubricate every point without fail.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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