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As a computerized machine, it is probable that there is very little (if any) oiling required. You can check with your local Baby Lock dealer's technician for oiling instructions and a manual for your machine. (Oiling incorrectly could permanently damage the machine.)
I was unable to locate a manual for your machine, but did find this web site: Baby Lock Manuals
What a cool looking machine. Of course, I'm partial to the older metal ones. It probably needs a real good clean and oil as in most cases, these machines have not received the TLC they deserve. Although these machines may not garner much monetarily, they are worth much more for their ability to sew through a lot of materials the newer computerized machines will not.