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Assemble a hair trimmer

I took apart my hair trimmer to clean it. I unscrewed the blade and the comb and another piece came out. How can I please reassemble this darn thing?

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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.

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Ok if you take them appart don't touch the screws you will find it hard to re-align, if your blades haven't been sharpened for 5 years the i think its a very good place to start

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Putting a wahl 9307 back together


You will notice there is a little hook that the spring thing fits into on the device. You want the smaller part of the spring facing upwards and it should tuck in smoothly.

This is the smaller part of the spring facing upwards:
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Then it gets tucked in as such:
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Take note from the above photo that the square edges on the plastic piece go at the top of the blade piece and the rounded edges are at the bottom.

Then the bottom blade piece rests on top with the curvature facing upwards: putting-wahl-9307-back-together-g0fa4lo4hxabacpjggd4qk4j-2-5.jpg
The rest should be straightforward!

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I used the clippers to cut my dog... once finished I took it apart to clean out excess lubed parts and reassembled...I have done this many times before with no problems... I begin cutting and the blades...


Check your blade latch is working properly. If you took your clipper apart and your blades are not cutting it is one of 2 things. Your blade drive is not assembled properly or your blade latch is not holding the blade on the clipper. If you took your blade apart, check the blade alignment. The cutter blade needs to be slightly behind the comb blade.

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Blades normally glide tight thru hair....cleaned and oiled blades but still meeting resistance on perfectly combed not matted hair. Blades are approx 5 yrs old. Do they need sharpened maybe. Should I...


Ok if you take them appart don't touch the screws you will find it hard to re-align, if your blades haven't been sharpened for 5 years the i think its a very good place to start

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I took it apart to clean it but, like a dummy cannot put it back together. dog trimmer model 9765


Your style came with a DVD, can you find that??? I just can not find a manual that is in print form to assist you, sorry!!! Guy

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Took blades off to clean and oil unit and can't get the unit back together.


First when you remove the clipper blade did you notice a plastic part 1" long color gray, if you have lose this part your clipper blade not work. This is call a blade guide. Clipper blade installation, Place Plastic guide on spring,2 place cutter blade on guide,(this is the smaller blade) now hold cutter blade with two fingers now place comb blade on top of cutter blade (this is the bigger blade) replace screws while holding blades in place.

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Conair GMT200 Assembly


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.

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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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