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Re: brother cs8072
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Try directing heat from a handheld hair dryer into the internal mechanics where you applied oil. If the old oil has solidified, it is probably preventing the parts from moving freely. Be sure to always use Fresh, good quality sewing machine oil (NO 3-in-1, WD-40, cooking oil, or old stinky oil from grandma's sewing basket). Also apply only 1-2 drops each spot. Frequent oiling should be around every 40 hours of sewing time, or at least every 3 months.
If you look at the Oiling Instructions in the owner's manual, it has a picture of where the oil should be applied. Only one or two drops!! It should probably be oiled frequently--about every 8 hours of sewing time. Pfaff probably sells a sewing machine oil for your machine. Just tell them your machine model and they should know what you need. Do NOT use 3-in-1, WD-40, cooking oil, or the old stinky brown stuff from grandma's sewing basket!
If your machine is an older mechanical (NOT computerized), it most likely needs cleaning and oiling. Consult your owner's manual in the Maintenance section. Use only good quality sewing machine oil and apply as directed--ONLY one or two drops of oil each spot.
Is there a maintenance section in the manual that instructs how and what to clean? If so, does it mention anything about oil? If not, then it is likely yours is a computerized machine and may not require oiling.
Your owner's manual should have instructions. Download the manual here and then enlarge the picture on your computer screen to see it better. I believe it shows to put a drop of oil and spread it around the outside edge of the hook (see pg.41 for picture of the hook). Then there are five spots to put a drop of oil on the take-up lever and needle bar (pg.39). Basically, they are spots where the metal parts rub against other metal parts. Gently rotate your handwheel toward you and watch where things move and apply a drop of oil. The last spot is where the needlebar rubs when you raise the presser foot. Here's a manual to download:
It's difficult to tell, but it looks like your machine is computerized. Most computerized machines require very little, if any, oiling. The only oiling recommendation I've seen for some machines is a drop on the hook. Follow the instructions in the manual and take your machine for annual service. Applying oil anywhere else could damage the computerized parts.