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My blade pull the hair out? I oiled them and they are only 4 months old. It hurts.

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My T-outliners are running correctly but they are not cutting even the smallest but of hair and they are pulling. I have adjusted, cleaned, and examined them thoroughly and cant find a problem, they are...


sometimes the blades don't align properly when we put them back together. try to re adjust the blades, they should be 1/16th of inch apart and be level, also makes sure you are oiling the blades before every use, friction causes wear and they won't last as long.

Jun 12, 2011 | Andis T-Outliner Hair Trimmer

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Clippers have suddenly stopped cutting and seem to pull at the hair


Generally removing the two screws.. on the blade foot (don't do this over the sink unless the drain is closed!).. and taking the blade apart.. cleaning the trimmers with a small brush.. apply grease in the blade groove.. reassemble

Usually it's best to put those two screws back just get them in lose.. not quite snug..set the blade upside down on a flat surface..so it pushes the blade back away from the cutting end..level..then tighten those screws while you are pushing or holding down on the clippers cutting edge against the flat surface/table. ... oil the blade with the proper oil or a light mineral oil.

This usually will get them back to cutting properly..the blade should be oiled prior to each use...about two to three drops right along the visible part..or a light spray also hair should be clean.. dirty hair does not cut well at all..and the clippers will tug and pull rather than cut cleanly.

Lastly..if they see a lot of use. might be blade replacement time..

Best of luck!

Apr 13, 2011 | Oster 76076-010 Hair Trimmer

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I purchased a pair of Forfex Magnetic Motor Clippers (FX684XW), sku #763358 and a mini-trimmer clipper (FX785NW) had them for about 3 months. I have had nothing but problems with them. They have pulled...


Have you tried removing the 2 screws holding the comb plate down against the moving blade?

Often cut hair residue will build up under the comb plate to the point where the blade does not cut properly and even seizes against this plate.

Just remove the screws, the comb plate and the cutting blade, clean everything thoroughly with some rubbing alcohol. Make sure to scoop / vacuum out any hair that hair that has fallen into the clipper body through the hole under the blade.

Once the parts are cleaned, reassemble the unit and apply a liberal coat of light mineral oil (available at any drug store) to the blade and to the underside of the comb plate. Don't be stingy, you can always wipe off the excess later before using it.

Now screw down the the comb plate onto the blade and body and tighten the screws just enough that it holds the plate securely but doesn't bind the blades in place.

Turn on the clippers and check that they reciprocate properly. Turn off clippers and adjust the tightness of the screws as required. If the clippers don't start when you switch them on then you probably have the screws too tight.
Now turn on the clippers and hold them blade end down over the sink and pour some mineral oil (at least a spoonful or two) directly on the blade / plate interface so the oil washes over and under the moving blade and in between the blade and the plate. Do this while the clippers are running, there will be a little spatter but that's why you are doing it over the sink.

You can do this oil wash every few haircuts cuts if you like, it's just an easy way to wash out the tiny hair particles and keep the blade well lubricated at the same time. Just wipe off the excess with a paper towel and its good to go. Hope this works for you and helps out a bit.

Please comment back here to this page if you have any questions or just require further general assistance and I will respond as soon as I see it.

If this was at all helpful please click on the 4 Thumbs Up helpfulness rating icon you see on this page.

Thank you very much and good luck.

Joe.

Feb 23, 2011 | Forfex FX 690

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How many times can I use one blade?


This depends greatly on the individual and the thickness or coarseness of the hair. Some prefer to change a blade after using it once or twice, others after 3 or 4 times while many expect between 5 to 7 uses.

The key is to change it regularly and always use a sharp blade. If you feel it dragging on your skin it's time to change it!

Nov 23, 2010 | Health & Beauty

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How to repair my hair trimmers?


I am a retired hairdresser and it sounds like one of three things or a combination. Your blades may be worn (dull) and need replacement , it may need to be oiled,the blades could be "misaligned" and need to be adjusted. You do that by removing the two screws holding the blades on, remove the blades, while you have them off, clean out any built up clippings in there and then put the blades back on. BEFORE you tighten down the screws make sure the "teeth" from the blades are lined up so the bottom blade teeth can be seen BETWEEN each top blade tooth. NOT directly on top of each other. Now tighten the screws. urn the clipper on and add a drop of clipper oil (no substitutes) onto the running blades. That should do the trick.

Jul 20, 2009 | Andis Outliner® II 04603 Hair Trimmer

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Blades pull hair when cutting


Just make sure the blades are aligned precisely and make sure it is well oiled. It should be oiled after every use. I use WD40

Jul 17, 2009 | Remington HC-600 Hair Trimmer

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Replacement blades?


I'm not at work so can't confirm if there's blacdes for the HC920 but the majority of Remington Hair Clippers do have replacement blades.

Go to http://www.remington-products.com/country/index.htm to slect your country.

Authorised Remington Service Centers can be found at http://www.remington-products.com/consumer/asd.htm

Apr 11, 2009 | Remington Health & Beauty

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Andis Outliner II Trimmers


look if the trimmer is pulling hair, its not lack of oil
its maybe the speed of the trimmer needs to be faster.
its the the plastic flat head skrew on the side.check if the blades separate easiley if theyt do sometimes that makes the trimmer pull hair to.there might be a little plate on the inside of the trimmer and its not holding the blades tight.adjust that not to tight though then the trimmer wont cut

Dec 06, 2007 | Andis Outliner II Hair Trimmer

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Hair Clippers not clipping


for Shorty8 adjust power screw,check connector fork,if too tight losen tension inside the clipper

Aug 28, 2007 | Andis 01690 Hair Trimmer

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