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you cut cord have open circuit.your electrical cord has three wires neutral wire white wire black wires hot wire and bare wire for ground. if you cut either neutral wire or hot black wire in the electrical cord no power can flow to trimmer motor if you cut wire need to fix wire to get trimmer work again.
we have had this problem many times with our hair clippers
take off the outer blade and make sure it is all clean and there is no hair within the working when rebuilding add a little regular household oil
on the side of the trimmers there is usually a little plastic screw built into the casing this is the motor adjustment turn it until the trimmers become noisy then turn back half a turn so it lowers the noise out put hence the motor speed hopefully this should work
you can do it yourself with instructions from ehow.com. see below OR you can get it done at a small engine shop repair, where they fix the lawnmowers, slingtrimmers and chainsaws such as Makita, shtil or any other company that makes them. Hope this helps!
How to Sharpen Hedge Trimmer Blades
InstructionsThings You'll Need
Metal filer Eye protective goggles
Sharpen Your Shears
Place the hedge trimmers on a flat surface. Ensure that the blades are pointed away from your body.
Position a pair of pliers around the bolt on your hedge trimmers. Clamp the pliers on the bolt securely.
Twist the bolt counter-clockwise to remove it.
Separate the paired blades.
Hold one of the handles with the blade facing away from you. Slide a metal filer down the length of the blade until you reach the pointed end. Continue to sharpen the blade for a minute or two, and then do the same with the other blade.
Test the blades with a piece of paper. Hold a piece of paper next to the blade, and then try to cut the paper without using a lot of force. If the paper slices easily, then your blades are completely sharpened. If the blades do not cut the paper, continue to sharpen the blades with the metal filer, and repeat the paper test.