Question about Oster 76076-010 Hair Trimmer
What is missing in the "solutions" is the fact that you need to raise the bar with the guides on it that is part of the trimmer. Depending upon how you removed the existing blade, the bar may be flat against the trimmer. Take a flat head screwdriver and raise that guide. Slide the new blade on and line up the slot at the cutting edge of the blade. The whole problem is that the guide is likely flat which makes it impossible to install the new blade. VERY POOR directions from Oster.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
You have to have it on when you do this. You put your thumb right near Where the big "O" is and push it out. They will not cut you as long as the blades are intact and never been dropped. Then the head will swing out. You will see a area where the next side head will slide right on, then close it. You should always keep your blades well oiled also. Good Luck!
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I gave it a shot and it worked!!!....
No need to bother with the universal guards. They looked bulky for the task, and after careful (visible scrutiny) decided to gamble on the "fast feed clipper" guides. Check them out here:
There are surely other people who sell them - you might shop around, but I bought from these guys. Warning, the shipping price is kinda steep. But like I said in my last post, I've tried other clippers and these are just the best. It was worth it to me.
Anyway, I am now confirming that these guards fit this old clipper brand of ours. Perfectly!
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
Hi A5 blades are not made to be unscrewed. They are snap on blades. You can call 800-830-3678 which is Oster Direct consumer service. They will walk you though the process or you can send them back to Oster and they will put them back together and realign them for you. Hope that helps.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
SOURCE: OSter Titan hair clippers
Oster titan blades. I have had mine for 5 years.
Oil one is a little ball on the side of clippers push in with oil tip. Make sure your clippers are running for this. You also have to grease them once in awhile with clipper grease. You should have a front panel that has screws. open and grease put case back on. for cord you can try an oscar fix place or try and see if the company will replace if you have not had them long. hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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