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The internal springs that move the blades have broken. Where can I get replacement parts for this

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Why does the machine it stall as soon as I rev and it is about to get into gear to move the blades


there should be a clutch associated with this machine, eyeball it and check for a broken clutch spring or possible just worn out clutch, good luck

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Blades will not engage


when you actuate the "engage blade" lever, two things may occur,
First, a mechanical action, a spring moves to put tension onto the belt.
Second; at the end of its run, actuate a switch (PTF switch) to engage the clutch that moves the pulleys that consequentially move the blades.
if the tensioner is not moving , check if spring has come lose, undone or broken, (more likely in your case) or check the PTF switch.
any other assistance, contact me, good luck.

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Cordless 18 volt lithium ion sawzall hums and clicks blade wont move


I don't know what model you have but Milwaukee sawzalls use a wobble shaft and wobble plate to turn the rotary motion of the armature into the reciprocating action of the blade. If you motor is working (hums?) but the blade won't move one or more of these parts are broken and hitting eacher (clicks?) inside the gear case. You or a repair center will have to take the gear case apart to find our what's broken and determine whether it's worth repairing.

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Freewheel spins both ways cant peddle no were how to fix falcon 7lo sprocket on mongoose rim old bike mongoose Villon


The freewheel has a ratchet pawl (an internal, spring loaded lever) that would normally engage gear teeth in one direction and click over them in the other direction. This is just like the action of a ratchet wrench. You might have a broken spring or broken pawl - in which case you will have to replace the freewheel---- Or it might just be dirty. Spray some WD 40 inside it (spray through the small gap between the round part that moves and the round part that doesn't. If that doesn't work, you'll have to replace it.

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The blades are not clipping in place properly. Somehow they are slipping out and not driving on an oster Golden A5 animal clipper


Ordinarily, the blades are removed and replaced as follows:
There is a small gun-metal colored bar at the very rear, just below the back of the blade. It pushes inward, in the direction of the blade. Push it firmly in and pull up on the teeth of the blade. It should pop upward. You can then remove the blade from the tongue that it sits upon. When you want to put it back, slide the blade back on the tongue, then, WITH THE MOTOR TURNED ON, push the blade down to its seated position. It will click into place.
In your case the retaining clip may have broken off. With the blade removed, push that same gun metal colored bar in. You should see the other end of it move in unison just behind the nylon cog that moves the blades when they are installed. Check the tip of that other end to see that the "turned back on itself" rounded portion is there. That's what holds the blade on. If it is missing, you will have to replace the part (the tongue part has to be removed to do so since the retaining clip part is under it, with a small spring holding it in place). A new one can be obtained, I think, at:

http://www.clipperrepair.com/parts.htm?brand=8

Hope this is helpful to you.

Apr 05, 2010 | Oster Golden A5 2-Speed Universal Motor...

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Black spring clip will not engage and hold the blade for an oster a5 clipper


Ordinarily, the blades are removed and replaced as follows:
There is a small gun-metal colored bar at the very rear, just below the back of the blade. It pushes inward, in the direction of the blade. Push it firmly in and pull up on the teeth of the blade. It should pop upward. You can then remove the blade from the tongue that it sits upon. When you want to put it back, slide the blade back on the tongue, then, WITH THE MOTOR TURNED ON, push the blade down to its seated position. It will click into place.
In your case the retaining clip may have broken off. With the blade removed, push that same gun metal colored bar in. You should see the other end of it move in unison just behind the nylon cog that moves the blades when they are installed. Check the tip of that other end to see that the "turned back on itself" rounded portion is there. That's what holds the blade on. If it is missing, you will have to replace the part (the tongue part has to be removed to do so since the retaining clip part is under it, with a small spring holding it in place). A new one can be obtained, I think, at:

http://www.clipperrepair.com/parts.htm?brand=8

Hope this is helpful to you.

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A5 dog clipper or blades may need tune up or


some times the link and gear inside the front part of the clipper wears out and the blades just wont cut. try this, remove the clipper blade on the front of the clipper their is a lever color red grab this part with your 2 fingers and move it side to side if it moves and feel sloppy your gears and link are worn out. you need to replace, also check the hinge for spring tension. if you need help Contact mannyssharpening@yahoo.com

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I am missing the part that brings the guard back when you lower the saw blade


I am assuming that you have some type circular saw?
Most popular saws use a spring to return the guard,with the saw unplugged raise the guard and see if the spring is there(you may need to take off the blade) if it is not there,replace with proper spring.one end of the spring will hook onto the fixed 1/2 of the guard the other to the front of the moving guard(consult manual if possible).once this is done insure that the guard mover freely and is not in the way of the blade.Replace the blade in proper direction check guard again for proper travel,make sure everything has been re-tightened .
If the spring is there check for material build-up or debris that is causing
guard not to move,remove blade clean debris or obstruction,replace blade and check for proper operation.Also visually inspect where the moving guard is attached to the saw for any unusual marks or wear this could be a sign that some type of unsafe situation exists,if this happens refer to a pro to fix or buy new never use a saw without a properly working guard,it took 141 stitches to repair my friends leg.

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Saw starts but blade wont turn


The chain must be free to move by hand--adjust as necessary. It could be that it is not being oiled properly. The chain sprocket (gear) is part of the clutch assembly and probably needs to be replaced if the chain is moving freely. The internal component of the clutch must be firmly attached to the engine crankshaft.

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Zoom button


Some time Zoom switch knob got broken internally and resulted the problem as you have with this camera.
You can replace upper part of camera with following part number..
A-1246-250-A CABINET UPPER(240),BLOCK ASSY

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It is an easy job to replace above part.
Part available in Parts Store for $24

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