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Put one drop of a good grade of light machine oil in these holes twice every day. When oiling the pad rollers, the sound gate rollers and sound gate idler roller, dip the end of a tooth pick in a good grade of light machine oil, and apply the oil which adheres to the tooth pick to these oiling points once every day.

105. Oiling Points on the Motor Side of the Type PS-14 Sound Head. (Used with the Power's Projector With AC Motor Drive).-The oiling points on the drive side of the sound head as shown in Figure 71 are seven in number, and are located as follows:

The oil hole in the bearing of the shaft gear assembly which drives the projection head.

One oil hole in the bearing of the main drive shaft of the sound head.

One oil hole in the bearing of the shaft which drives the turntable flexible drive shaft.

Two waste packed oil chambers on the motor (one at each end of the motor shaft).

Two oil holes, one on each end of the turntable flexible drive shaft (not shown).

Put one drop of a good grade of light machine oil in each of these holes twice every day. Keep the two waste packed oil chambers of the motor saturated with a good grade of light machine oil.

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