Question about Kenmore Sewing Machines
Machines are such that they need grease ic certain areas. When they dont get grease in these areas they tend to still work but they do so with so much strain. One of such places is the main needle head which is the mechanism that drives the needle movement.
Cleaning the machine is usually not enough the machine has to go for servicing on a regular basis. For example when the machine started working laboriously is should have been sent for servicing.
First check if there is anything smelling burnt inside the machine if there is then a prt or two has to be replaced, but if on the other hand nothing smells burnt then the machine would need simply to be serviced. Get an expert to examine it as no correct diagniosis can be given without proper examination of the machine.
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Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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