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My Andis Masters

1)are not cutting properly. I have replaced the blades and they basically pinch and pull. 2)The clippers slide out of adjustment settings.3)The clippers also get hot in a short amount of time.
Please advise.

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Tention is probably to tight, or blade needs to be realigned

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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