Question about Husqvarna Viking 1
All machines need lubricating periodically.
The trick is to be vary sparing. All moving parts require treatment according to usage, probably annually is plenty.
Depending on how you feel about the removal of the covers, access is required to do a thorough job.
If it has never been serviced and is more than 5 years old, I would suggest having a tech do the job and give it a good clean out and tune up, it will increase the life, and feel like a thoroughbred again.
Merely asking this question suggests that there may be an underlying reason ......maybe some minor misbehaviour ??
Do NOT be tempted to just "oil it" to attempt to remedy any new issue, there will be a reason and there is nothing worse for we techies to see a machine drowned in oil be some well meaning owner.......may cost more to clean it all out even before the real work can commence !!
So is there any other thing going on to have you feeling like oiling will solve it ?
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
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