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I know the cause is poor maintenance, or time, or both, but what can I do before it gets worse?

This bearing is bad. I know it because if I loosen this 1/2 turn the squeek stops.

Anyone familiar with this assembly that can advise  much appreciated!!!!!!

 

Charles 

C3leatherworks

Miami Fl.

 

 

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Normally this would squeak because it needs oil,make sure to oil the sides of it along with putting some in the middle hole & see if that helps,along with the rest of the oiling points.

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I will do that and be right back

 

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Oiled holes in the assemble and all next to it. it helped but the galling sound persists. can I disassemble and clean ,polish?

Will that help. Machine still runs excellent .

NOTE: correction- arrow in picture pointed to wrong joint. the joint to the lower left is the noisy one.

I have disassembled , cleaned and  reoiled, but slight noise still heard if run slow.

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15 hours ago, chasman52 said:

Oiled holes in the assemble and all next to it. it helped but the galling sound persists. can I disassemble and clean ,polish?

Will that help. Machine still runs excellent .

NOTE: correction- arrow in picture pointed to wrong joint. the joint to the lower left is the noisy one.

I have disassembled , cleaned and  reoiled, but slight noise still heard if run slow.

Did you oil the shafts that go up & down? Like the needlebar,& both of the foot bars?And everything else in there there's around 12 or so places to oil.

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Yes I did. I was able to lessen the rub by loosening the screw 1/4 turn. ( the screw left and below the one in the pic with an arrow

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