Question about Oster Golden A5 2-Speed Universal Motor Clipper 78005-140
I had my blades sharpened and sent them back cause they would not cut. They catch the hair in the blade instead of cutting. I have been trying to line them up again. Not sure of if there is a way to know they are set properly? Can these blades ware out and be no good anymore? Help me know if I can solve this problem please.
Hi, yes blades can wear out but your sharpener should advise if there is a problem with them. check to make sure the clipper is moving your blades and your blade cannot be removed without depressing the latch. If your are experiencing tram lines with larger blades then it is more likely to be a clipper problem. However if your blades just wont cut i would recommend a new sharpener as it is a specialist area.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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