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From memory these don't have a lube point, you just need to remove the bobbin case and brush out underneath it regularly to remove any lint or threads. There may be oiling wicks internally that a technician takes care of though so it pays to take to a trained Elna technician regularly. With the introduction of computerised sewing machines there was less metal moving parts, nylon gears and I think these had a couple of electric servo motors which do the work, rather than the old style sewing machine chassis.
Hi, My name is Alex and im here to help with your problem
It sounds to me like the power supply needs changing as enough power is not going around the whole motherboard. They are cheap to buy but if you're not sure how to install them, then please geta a trained computer technician to do it.
I hope this solves your problem. Any questions please feel free to ask me.
Its not worth the repair if you still want to go ahead i need to know two things: Are you going to have a qualified electronics technician fit it? If you are planning to fit it yourself are you a qualified electronics technician? If you answered no to both of these questions i cannot tell you where to get one or how to fit it due to the massive amounts of danger involved.
1. Try clearing the bios manually by shorting the jumpers (i think u what i mean). 2. Try recovery of the bios memory (if it supports) 3. Try reflashing the bios (get the latest bios updates from net) 4. disconnect the intrusion alarm device/switch 5. press F1 and continue to windows -> use the board vendor supplied tools to access the intrusion alarm log and clear it
could'be a crack on the main chassis , or, bad capacitors with or around the vertical output ic . cost to repair around 80.00 to 125.00 this need to be rapaired as a component level
because the main chassis is no longer available and its better to be repaired by a trained technician . a person ith no experience onthis chassis culd damage another component very easly. if you need more to know let me know , thanks