The Blades on the outliner II were getting loose, and when I try to trim, it wouldn't cut strait. So I unscrewd them and tried to make it strait. When I put it back together it would turn on but, it wouldnt cut. How do I put it together the right way?
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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.
Sometimes the new blades from Andis are not sharpen enough to get that clean cut. also all trimmers need to be readjusted for power and alignment, plus sharpening the blade, it look like you need a complete sharpen & service on your Andis trimmer. check out Manny's Sharpening they have a Mail Order service, the service they provide is fast and they will sharpen make all the adjustment and give your trimmer more power and the blade will cut clean. They will even adjust the blade at your request on how you want that blade to be set at. Line Ups or Fade Cuts and even shave set. Manny's Sharpening been around for over 20 years and they have a very good rating on the net.
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You really can't move the cutting edge on any andis trimmer blades without throwing them out of spec. I say this to say that if you try (and the blades are not precisely set) it will scrape and cut the skin when you attempt to use them. They are factory set for optimum cutting. If you have found that they aren't cutting as closely or as cleanly lately, it just might be time to replace the blade entirely. I have a set of those, and a styliner II, but I prefer the cutting power of my T-Outliner over all.
Sometimes the new blades are not sharpen enough, You need to have it resharpen by a professional and adjust to the type of work you want it to do. Also sometimes even if you have the blade resharpen it will not cut, because the trimmer motor needs more power to move the blade side to side faster. On and the Andis GTO T-outliner trimmer this the most comm problem. Try Mannys Sharpening
Please return your unit to the Andis Co at 1800 Renaissance Blvd Sturtevant WI 53177 for repairs. If the unit is less than one year old please also return a copy of your receipt with the unit and all repairs will be done at no charge. If the unit is older than one year there is a $6.50 service fee and $5.00 shipping. There may be additional charges for parts depending on what needs to be done. If you would like to speak to an Andis customer service rep please call 1-800-558-9441.