I took apart my liners. they worked fine before i took them apart n now they wont work. they turn on n i can hear it, but it seems like theirs not enough power to make it go from east to west. i tryed to see if their wuz a short anymore but i couldnt see anything. wut should i do?
You need to send it in to a Pro like Mannys Sharpening, I had the same problem, and they fix it and it was set to do line ups and Fades.
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Same thing happened to me so I took the thing apart and that's all it took. The compartment that contains the battery and chip had a vacuum built up that prevented the button from being depressed. Once I opened it and released the pressure the switch worked again.
Check your blade latch is working properly. If you took your clipper apart and your blades are not cutting it is one of 2 things. Your blade drive is not assembled properly or your blade latch is not holding the blade on the clipper.
If you took your blade apart, check the blade alignment. The cutter blade needs to be slightly behind the comb blade.
Same thing happened to me. I took it apart and got it fixed but then could not get it to lock down (wouldnt go down the whole way) There is a plastic that locks it down (if that is broken your out of luck)--and springs that pop it up. The key to getting it back in place is to push it down very evenly straight so that both of the metal rods go directly into each of their respective holes.
Had this same problem with mine. One month after warranty was done with. I ended up opening the thing up and pulled the monster battery out of its socket and put it back in. Worked fine after that. One week and still strong. Another thing I did was to carefully bend up the flat pieces of copper around the battery to make sure they were still getting a good contact with the pins on the cover. Hope this works for you....
The black rubber/plastic cover on the back will pop off if carefully pried apart from the gray plastic. Start around the middle of the razor body.
Once the black piece is removed you will see four screws holding on a plastic cover. These can be removed with a sharp flat head screwdriver.
The plastic cover can then be pried from the razor body. Be very careful though as there is a rubber seal around this to keep water out. I broke mine.
Inside you will see a somewhat large red battery with prongs on either end. Pop it out of its location and wait a couple of seconds. Press it back into position and you should hear a click for both ends.
After this, I took all of the flat copper pieces and gently bent them towards myself (without making them touch of course... this could cause a short and potentially cause the battery to explode).
Replace everything and see how it works... Hopes this fixed it for you and saved you $100-200. Have a good day!
Also... I am not responsible for any damages that may occur.
You might try the original type battery (rechargable) Batteries Plus has them for less than 3 dollars, and they will solder the leads to the battery FREE! If you were lucky enought to get the 4501 apart, you may have problems getting it back together. Be sure front and back panels are free from the sides and it wont go back together unless you put the TOP snaps in first. Good luck...I got mine going for $ 2.78...
I just fixed my husband's razor. I took everything out and washed it all. Then I took the three things that touch the skin and put them in the three holes so that they fit comfortably. Then I put the sharp parts inside those thin parts. The I took the gray thing with three holes and snapped the little brown thing to it and turned the arrows on the brown thing so it snapped it securely to the things with holes. Then I put the head onto the handle by sliding the hook into it's hole, than brought the head onto the handle and snapped it shut. It fell apart the first time I tried it but I put it all back together and after that it worked like a charm.