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Is it necessary to take all the parts apart as shown in the handbook, or are there any shortcuts. I have used the machine for 2 winters..but not much otherwise. Can I use a vacuum cleaner attachement covered by a piece of fabric to get most of the lint/dust out? Also, any need to oil anything. one quilt shop mentioned putting some oil on the "wick" located near the bobbbin holder?? Thanks, Pat

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    I am referring to a Janome 6600.

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There are no shortcuts to cleaning your machine.when you take the needle plate off you need to take the bobbin out as there is always bits of fluff and cotton under the bobbincase which needs to be cleaned out. Put a little oil on a soft cloth and wipe the inside of the bobbin case. you shouldn't need to oil anything else as the mechanic will do that when you have it serviced.Which needs to be done regularly if you use it a lot.

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