March 30, 2007, Newsletter Issue #89: Routine Maintenance

Tip of the Week

During routine maintenance, the technician cleans out the old oil, lint, grime, etc. and puts in fresh oil. He checks the working parts for wear and tear. Some parts require replacement periodically to prevent major damage (such as motor brushes). The technician will also check tension and stitch qualities for straight stitching, decorative stitches and buttonholes.

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