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How do i oil this machine , please

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I have never oil my machine and it's making this noise how do i go by oiling it, I do not know where to start, i have a Brother PC 6000 Pacesetter.need help.

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You should not use WD40 on your machine. Use machine oil, you can p/u singer sewing machine oil really inexpensively. Also if you write Brother via the website they will email you a diagram of where to oil, I've found them very helpufl.

Posted on Dec 25, 2007

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