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Makes loud noise


What model and what did you do to it to create the noisy condition?

Apr 17, 2015 | Wahl Health & Beauty

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My clippers just stopped working...just gives a light buzz


oil your blade after each use. on the side there is a blade adjustment setting. after you oil the blade turn your clipper on, turn the set screw out a few turns till the blade is free. Then turn back in till it makes a loud clacking noise. Then u will back out the set screw till the baldes stop clacking and keep oiled well.

Mar 20, 2013 | Wahl Super Taper Hair Clipper 2000 Hair...

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It makes loud noise when i turn it on


you can not fix the noise if you are using the outliners outside of the usa.....just open the clipper up and fill it with sponge. Mainly around the top of the clipper....it has to be enough to stop the motor from vibrating so much without putting so much pressure on them the blades cant move quickly. after you have done that you may find that the noise will stop depending on how tightly you have screwed the casing back together.....it may take a couple of days of using the clipper and allowing it to heat up a bit for the sponge to mould around the motor. but at the same time using this method will amost definitely effect the performance of the trimmer. if i were you i would bite the bullet and ditch them and perhaps look at a trimmer thats manufactured for countries outside of the u.s.a.......i know the wahl lithium beret is a very sharp blade but doesnt have the t blade....i would still recommend the beret over a t shaped blade like the wahl detailer because it is sharper

Jun 28, 2012 | Andis T-Outliner Hair Trimmer

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How do I reduce my clipper's rattling noise and still be able to cut properly?


The power screw is the correct way to adjust the problem you describe. If you have attempted to adjust it as instructed in the user manual and have not had satisfactory results, there may be a problem with the clippers.
Most Wahl clippers have a 1 year or longer warranty. You can call Wahl for warranty service at 1-800-334-4627

Nov 12, 2011 | Health & Beauty

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I'm overseas in Korea and everything is 220 instead of 110. When I put the 110 converter on my trimmers it makes a very loud noise.


you can not fix the noise if you are using the outliners outside of the usa because even though you are using a transformer to adjust the voltage it doesnt change the hertz and that is what makes it make that noise.....just open the clipper up and fill it with sponge. Mainly around the top of the clipper....it has to be enough to stop the motor from vibrating so much without putting so much pressure on them the blades cant move quickly. after you have done that you may find that the noise will stop depending on how tightly you have screwed the casing back together.....it may take a couple of days of using the clipper and allowing it to heat up a bit for the sponge to mould around the motor. but at the same time using this method will amost definitely effect the performance of the trimmer. if i were you i would bite the bullet and ditch them and perhaps look at a trimmer thats manufactured for countries outside of the u.s.a.......i know the wahl lithium beret is a very sharp blade but doesnt have the t blade....i would still recommend the beret over a t shaped blade like the wahl detailer because it is sharper

Jan 07, 2011 | Andis 04603 Hair Trimmer

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Loud buzzing on Wahl "Designer" model clippers


There is a "power screw" located on the side of the clipper opposite the switch. This may need adjusting. Take a screw driver or coin....and with the unit running......turn the screw back and forth until the clipper stops making noise. The proper position for the most power is to turn the screw intil it makes a loud noise, then turn it back just enough to get rid of it.

Jul 03, 2009 | Wahl Designer 6 (8355100)

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Reassmbling wahl product


Q. How do I align my blades? faq1.jpg A. ALIGNING BLADES
  1. The bottom blade holes are larger than the shanks of the blade screws. When the blade screws are loosened the bottom blade can be aligned with the top blade. Tighten the screws after the blsde is aligned and ensure that they are kept tight.
  2. The end of the top blade teeth should be aligned 1/32" to 1/16"(.79mm to 1.59m") back from and parallel to the bottom blade. It is important to align your blade properly to ensure that the clipper does not cut too close and to prevent the moving cutter from touching the skin.
  3. faq2.jpgThe extreme left hand tooth of the top blade must be covering or be to the left of the first small tooth of the bottom blade.
  4. The extreme right hand tooth of the top blade must be touching the big tooth of the bottom blade.

Q. My clipper/trimmer is making a loud "clunking" sound, is it broken? A. No, the unit is not broken. Rather, it is not properly tuned and as such it is not operating at maximum power. To adjust power (tune), turn the power screw in a clockwise direction until you hear a noise. Then, slowly turn the power screw out (counter-clockwise) until the noise stops. This is maximum power.

Sep 03, 2008 | Wahl 9765-301

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