I want to clean out the hair that has accumulated behind the blade that is attached to the Conair haircutter without damaging the product or violating any warranty. If I remove the two screws that lock the blade in place, the blade will still be attached. How do remove the blade, clean out the accumulated hair, then reattach the blade?
Go to a Sally Beauty supply and purchase a can of the blade wash. It is relativly inexpensive. You dip your blades into ths special wash and it cleans the blades and keep them sharp and is safe. DO NOT take the heads apart, Let the pros do that but blade cleaner you immerse them in and trust me it is what we pros use.
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I have a Conair HC114WVR and I took the blades off to clean the hair out. It's not that old, but when I put the blades back on they vibrate to a point of grinding. I can't figure out what I need to do to get them back on straight.
we have had this problem many times with our hair clippers
take off the outer blade and make sure it is all clean and there is no hair within the working when rebuilding add a little regular household oil
on the side of the trimmers there is usually a little plastic screw built into the casing this is the motor adjustment turn it until the trimmers become noisy then turn back half a turn so it lowers the noise out put hence the motor speed hopefully this should work
Hey dude i had the same problem n_n. Attach the screws in place and try to screw one by one gently. Soon this pressure will keep the spring tighten (instead your finger's pressure) then it will be easier to reassemble the component. I know you'll fix it n_n.
It soulds like the blades are too far back. There is an adjustmebt piece to the right or left of the blade that is about 1 1/2-2" long and it slides forward and backwards.
Ths will adjust the blade depth. It sounds like the blades may be set too far back to cut your hair, this has to bring the 2 blades together so you have much less free edge on one side, so what you do is slide ths blade by adjusting the handle and bring the blades to just where one side is slightly shorter than the other less than 1 cm. Then make sure the guard is off and slde the adjustment head is set and then try it agan. Unusually it is the problem if it does not cut or the blades have come loose. Hope that helps.
These kinds of clippers are fussy about oiling and dirt. It is essential that the blades be spotless and well oiled FREQUENTLY. Oil after every haircut always. Also, if there is not enough tension on the blades, the hair will slip between the blade and blade guard, getting caught and damaging the blades. Blades should be screwed on tight. Also, it may be time to replace the blade if nothing else helps. These blades do not last very long in my experience especially if not carefully cleaned and oiled.