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There are small holes what you find along the moving parts indicating that it is a oil lubricating point. You might just have to use a tiny drop to get the oil to move along the holes to the spindle bearing/bush blocks or within the mechanism. Do not attempt to use too much oil but only if the machine is too dry as seem with a good lighting.

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