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Where do i put the oil to oil the blades

Trying to oil the blade and not sure where to put the oil

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When oiling clippers you want to have them running and tilted blade down toward the floor. You put about 3 small drops right on the running blades. Then wipe off excess oil with a towel. You dont want the oil running back into the motor of the clipper. You should oil them about every other use. Good Luck!

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SOURCE: Hair stuck between blades...repeatedly

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SOURCE: My Oster Golden sounds great until I put two of

sounds like the blade sockets may have bent or cracked, the ears will spread wider alowing the blade to rattle on the clipper.

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