Yes it can it will just take a little bit of time and a can or two of WD-40. After you soak it then you can play with it and see if you can get it moving a bit. A kerosene bath is in order because the machine will definitely need a good cleaning of the mechanics. It could be dust, lint and old gummy oil keeping it from moving.Originally Posted by mickey
It is a good thing to first take a hair dryer and see if you can warm up the mechanics to see if they will move then. If so then it is old gummy oil keeping it from running. Then you can do the Kerosene bath.