Question about Wahl Clip n Trim 21-Piece Clipper/Trimmer 79900B
Does not cut hair properly
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wahl designer clipper
Have you been oiling the blades? If you ran out of oil you can use any light machine oil available at any hardware store. If you feel comfortable opening the unit you will be able to see the electromagnet inside and watch what is going on. If all else fails Buy a new set (the exact kind) and keep the receipt. Swap them out and return it from the store where you purchased it. You paid good money for them and they should not have died so quickly. The store will get full credit for it when they return it to the manufacturer so it is not that morally bad. The manufacturer should bare the burden because of the poor quality control that allowed your clipper to die in such a short period of time. Hope you find this solution helpful and the last option is a surefire fix...
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
SOURCE: wahl 9765-301
sounds like you have very dull blades and need to replace or sharpen them also your blades may not be tight enough or your screws may be stripped enough as to not tighten down properly. does your clipper sound like the motor wants to slow down when you try using them for an extended time? if so replace the clippers. did you take apart the clipper housing and make sure it is free from all hair? sometimes hair will get into the motor area and cause the blades not to work properly.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
SOURCE: Noisy wahl hair clippers
If your clippers are the magnetic type (rather than pivot or rotary) they should have a large screw on the side for adjustment (I think the screw you mentioned). The standard adjustment of the screw is to turn it in while the clipper is running until the sound of the clipper increases substantially. Then turn the screw back out, slowly, until the sound decreases again. Turn another 1/4 to 1/2 turn.
Unless something else is wrong, this should take care of the problem, along with proper oiling of the blades.
I hope this helps you.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
SOURCE: wahl hair clippers
lol This is unfortunate! I set these day in, day out, you have the right idea. Use the lever to push the cutter all the way forward, then push the comb down using your work surface, then use you free hand to tighten the screws. If your clipper is in factory condition this will have aligned them perfect. Give up? May or may not be wiorth it for you but try www.sheareaseltd.com Get postage details there, send your clipper to them (I work for them), pay the postage for them to get there, put a note in your box to Ash, asking me to align your blades, and I'll sort it for you but I'd have to charge return postage at £5!
Hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
SOURCE: I have purchased WAHL PREMIUM
If it is rated for 120V, you can't change the voltage. You may be able to use it with a voltage converter.
If you need 220V clippers, you will find some at shaveroutlet.com. See link below
Posted on Sep 19, 2010
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