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Sewing machines like the XR-65 should not get oiled by their user. They have sealed bearings. If you suspect a problem with the bearings or other moving parts, you should take the sewing machine to a good sewing machine repair person.
Generally, when the manual gives no lubrication directions, don't add oil. Electronic sewing machines can easily be damaged if excess oil gets into the wrong part of the machine.
Consult your owner's manual for maintenance instructions. Use only good quality sewing machine oil--not old brown, foul-smelling oil, 3-in-2, WD-40, or cooking oil. Apply only 1-2 drops of oil as instructed.
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.