Question about Vacuums
Hello: My condolences on your loss.
You don't say what kind of machine or how old it might be. Many of the newer manufacturers tell the user to NOT oil their machine of if it is permissible such as on Janome, the only place to oil is in the bobbin race. Even then only one drop of oil.
If you don't know when the last time *********** had the machine serviced, I would spend a few dollars and have it cleaned, lubed and checked by a professional, especially if the machine has been sitting for some time.
On old school machines (black and gold types) there were several oil ports but even then only one drop was needed.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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