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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The manual will give you info on the battery that is inside the trimmer.If you can get to the battery then buy same TYPE or similar to the original---VOLTAGE/CURRENT RATING/CHARGING etc and size, connection
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Posted on Nov 17, 2007
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.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
Oiling the trimmer is very simple. It is only necessary to apply oil to the blades. Simply apply one or two drops of oil directly to the blades while running. This should be done before each use.
You should have gotten a bottle of the blade oil with your clipper. If you have also lost this, you can buy a bottle of Wahl clipper oil from shaveroutlet.com. see link below
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
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Posted on Sep 05, 2010
Remove the bottom screw. Next, the on/off slide switch has to be lifted off carefully with a small flat screw driver. Its kept in place with a small spring steel clamp. After you've removed it lift off the steel clamp and remove the slide mechanism by carefully twisting it out of position. Once that's done it will twist open easily.
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
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