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Reassembly of blade to comb...it has screws

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i have hc318d clipper it been use two time and havent use it in a year so was going to use it last nite and the small blade fell out. i try to put it back in and it want hold keep falling out

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After removing the screw you must place your thumb on the battery cover (just below the screw where the 5 raised lines are) and slide the cover downward. The battery in this unit is soldered in. You may have to take it to a repair center to get the battery changed. The battery is a D-Sc type 1600mAh 1.2V. Good luck finding one. I thought the battery in my trimmer was bad after it sat idle for about 8 years. Turns out a little light sewing machine oil on the cutter head made it spring back to life.

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How to put together the blade





askmanny.jpg Instruction to assemble a clipper blade.Above picture Socket askmanny_0.jpg
Spring Tension askmanny_1.jpg
Place Socket on Spring Tension like this askmanny_2.jpg
Slide Socket back as shown in picture askmanny_3.jpg
Turn Socket & Spring Tension over Make sure Socket is slide back askmanny_4.jpg
This is Call a Blade Guide Make sure the blade Guide is on the Spring Tension askmanny_5.jpg
Make sure blade guide is on like picture above, Now place Socket & Spring aside askmanny_6.jpg
The comb Blade Place comb blade as picture above askmanny_8.jpg
Place cutter blade as picture above, making sure cutter blade smaller blade is on the comb blade Rail. askmanny_9.jpg
Hold the blade like this Finger on top and Thumb on the bottom askmanny_10.jpg
Turn blade over like this while still holding the blade together askmanny_11.jpg
Place screw as shown askmanny_12.jpg
Screw in the screw don't tighten leave loose. askmanny_13.jpg
Now that you have the 2 screw in and not tight place the blade like this You need to hold the blade with one hand and with your Philips screw driver tap the cutter blade back lightly until the cutter teeth are 2/32 back from the comb blade. askmanny_14.jpg
the cutter blade which is the smaller blade is back 2/32 from the comb blade which is the bigger blade. When this is done by holding the blade together with your finger & Thumb askmanny_15.jpg
Tighten the 2 screws tight askmanny_16.jpg
Your blade should look like this when done correctly askmanny_17.jpg
We hope this was helpful when assembling a clipper blade.

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I have a Conair GMT189CGB 13 piece styling trimmer how do I change the nose/ear trimmer? I have no idea how it snaps in? what a terrible design!


You do not need to unscrew anything. Instead, simply take the beard trimmer (with the beard shaving blade still screwed on) in your hand, with the power button and "CONAIR" logo facing you. Then, put your thumb under the shaving blade and apply force to pop it off. So, the shaving blade, and the top part of the unit that it's screwed into will simply pop off. Then, you simply align the nose/ear hair attachment, and snap it in to the beard trimmer unit.

Jan 16, 2011 | Conair GMT 170 CS Beard Trimmer

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The trimmer is not cutting the way it should, the bottom blade seems out of place and I cannot put it back in place


Conair trimmers are only good for about a year and they are hard to put back once you have messed with them. does your blade pop off or does it have two phillips screws holding it in? If you take the blade off completely you should see two arms that are in there, you have to place the blades back on correctly and hold them together while putting the screws back in. be very careful not to tighten the screws too much. Oil your blades with 3-1 oil and then turn them on. adjust the trimmer and see if everything is level, if it is try cutting withem and see what happens. If the motor sounds good but the blades are pulling your hair rather then cutting it then you need to replace your trimmers because your blades are daul.

Oct 05, 2010 | Conair HC100RCS Hair Trimmer

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Need replacement blades for hair trimmer


Hi. Order them from Conair: customer service representatives will be happy to help you. Please call 1-800-326-6247 for a Conair appliance.

Mar 23, 2010 | Conair HC117 Hair Trimmer

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I bought a 19 piece and i can't cut my hair


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.

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HOW TO CHANGE BLADES ON CONAIR HCT 426 HAIR TRIMMER


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Conair hc318d reassembly


i have hc318d clipper it been use two time and havent use it in a year so was going to use it last nite and the small blade fell out. i try to put it back in and it want hold keep falling out

Dec 17, 2007 | Conair HC100RCS Hair Trimmer

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HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO "OIL" OR LUBRICATE A CONAIR HC115BPCS HAIR TRIMMER?


There should be 2 phillips head screws on the underside of the cutting blades.loosen them enough to where the 2 cutting blades are able to move freely then take some 3-in-1 oil and apply some in between the blades and tighten the bladesback down.Turn the cutters on for about 30 seconds and they should be good to go.Rate me FIXYA! if this helps! GOOD LUCK.

Nov 18, 2007 | Conair HC115BPCS Hair Trimmer

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