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Hi Bernard well this will depend on what model it is, is it electric? or is it just a friction type? if it is a friction type, a little wd40 just around the bearings should loosen it up a bit try not to get any on the underside of the belt as this could make it slip on the rollers, but if it is electrical, there is no need to lube it at all as these have heavy duty sealed bearings in which are lubricated inside, so really there isn't much to really do to them or it should i say, hope this helps please vote and rate tanks
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