Please visit the Andis website at www.andis.com. Click USA, then from the tool bar click service, to find the schematic click parts list and for instructions on how to use the trimmer click on use and care.
If you should have any further questions please call the Andis customer service department at 1-800-558-9441.
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Chances are that the problem wasn't the clippers at all. Since they were on initially, maybe you tripped a circuit in the breaker box? If that wasn't it, you may have damaged your cord. I see a lot of people pulling by the cord to unplug...BAD decision. Check for frays near the end that houses the prongs, and if not there, open them up and check from in between where the hanging loop is up to near where it connects to the motor. I still have every set of andis trimmers and clippers I have ever owned.
If your afraid to open them up, go to andis.com, then click your country, then hover over professional and scroll down to trimmers. Select the outliner II, and when the next window opens, at the bottom there is a specs link. Click that and you should find a diagram of what your looking for when you open up the housing.
You can have your unit repaired by the Andis repair department. Please send the unit to Andis Co, 1800 Renaissance Blvd, Sturtevant, WI 53177. If you would like to speak to a customer service rep please call 1-800-558-9441.