When You turn it on the idler is moves slow to the shaft
what part do I lube?
As I remember, the shaft it swings on has an "e" clip on the top and you can do this all from the top. You need to unhook the idler spring, remove the assembly from the shaft, clean the shaft and the hole, cigarette lighter fluid and a Q-tip is fine, lube with a little turbine oil, and put it back together. Take your time so nothing gets forced or bent, and look out for washers, they must go back where they were after they're cleaned. After re-assembly, make sure the idler lines up correctly with the steps in the motor shaft for the different speeds, there's an adjustment screw for that. You must check this with the record changer hanging, not with the motor sitting on the table.