Question about Janome Harmony 1017 Sewing Machine
Take apart the machine. Remove the screws; just remember where you took them out of. All of the pieces are just covers to cover the moving mechanisms.
Wherever metal rubs on metal, oil it. There is often a hole in a metal piece that goes around another piece. Put a small drop of oil in the hole. There are usually lots of holes in lots of metal pieces, meant for oil.
Posted on Jun 03, 2011
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