I have a necchi-sewing machine that's about 40 years old - I don't have the machine number but is a model "super nova". After all these years of hard work the rubber band around the fly wheel has broken. Do you have any idea where I can get a replacement or what I can do to fix it? It feels a bit like losing a dear friend...
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Re: very old machine needs "rubber band"
Please give more information maybe i will be able to help you my email is [email protected] and please email a photo of the rubber band to my email.good luck my friend.is the rubber that cause the wheel to turn?
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The following web site indicates the machine should be "lubricated as needed." So, you should probably consult the owner's manual. Your machine is computerized which means there is usually limited oiling required, perhaps the hook.
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You can search sewing machine manuals here online and find your Supernova Manual for 10-15 dollars. http://www.sewingmanuals.com/Sewing_Machine_Manuals/Necchi.htm
As far as using WD-40 please don't use that. It is not for oiling. The WD stands for Water Displacement. It was designed for automotive electrical, etc. It is also a good penetrant for loosening nuts and bolts or stuck parts.
You need to use regular real sewing machine oil (white oil) that can be found most any store or another great product is called Tri-Flow from hardware stores that has Teflon in it. WD-40 is not oil.