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Oil please helpi dont know where to oil my machine.. ty for any help

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Most every machine has an oiling diagram in the instructions but if yours is gone then don't be afraid to take the covers loose and oil anywhere 2 moving metal parts come togeather but only a drop. Over-oiling will cause a heavy collection of lint and dirt possibly causing damage later on. Don't be afraid to remove the covers, just put them back on the way they came off. While your at it, give it a good vacuum, or blow and brush it out. Good luck.

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