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Does this machine need oil and where. the machine makes winding sound

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Uselss all the parts are teflon, it will need oil; try the manual
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Posted on Sep 13, 2010

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I had the same problem and I found the shaft bushing of the winder dry and needed lubed. Use oil or spray lithium grease and it should work fine. Spin the bobbin shaft by hand (not the hand wheel) to get it freed up after oiling.

You can oil from the top and should take off the side case to clean the excess oil from the O-ring. The shaft bushing is a tight fit and any dry oil will get sticky and prevent winding.

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