I am a groomer and have had these clippers several years. I have replaced numerous parts including the upper and lower housing, switch, cord, blade drive assembly and recently the CAM assembly. When the blade is on them, they can be very loud. I frequently oil the blades. I have tried the sam "loud" blade on a newer pair of clippers and they sound fine. Is there something else I should try with the clippers?
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Re: andis ag2 clippers sound loud
Check the tension of the hinge assembly which you slot your blades onto the hinge should be stiff (not moving by finger) also check the latch is connecting when the blades are fitted (check the blades wont pull off without depressing the latch. Its possible the blade drive may require replacing again they do not last long if your a busy groomer.
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The Andis T-Outliner that you purchase from the USA is not for UK voltage 220 50 HZ, the Voltage is too high, the only way to control the voltage is transformer from 220V to 120 V. The Andis Trimmer that may work for you is the GTX trimmer this trimmer was manufactured for Canada and there voltage is 220V 50HZ.
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ok you need to take the upper cassing off, remove the hinge assembly and the circuit board now the motor unit should come away from the lower cassing.
remove the clips holding the carbon brushes in place beware there are springs behind these clips, remove the two long black clips holding the front and rear motor frames to the field coil and then pull apart. This will allow access to the armature and then simply unscrew the drive cam.
Totaly dismantle all the parts of your Andis AGC clipper.
can you move the cutter blade (this is the smaller blade) side to side easily with your fingers if so the tension on the cutter blade has loosen.
you need a special tool to reset the tension and the spec' on how much tension. send the blade to mannyssharpening.com they have fast return service and return shipping is included in the sharpening price.
google your city and grooming tools repair shop. then go there tell them your dog type and they'll recommend the best clipper for your dog. I suggest sticking with andis or oster brand clippers. But be advised, pending on your sense of humor dogs dont like to stand still!!!!
Please send your clipper to the Andis repair department at 1800 Renaissance Blvd Sturtevant, WI 53177. If this clipper is less than a year old repairs will be done at no charge with a copy of the receipt. If the clipper is more than a year old there is a $6.50 service fee and $5.00 shipping fee, there may or may not be a charge for parts depending on what actually needs to be replaced. If you would like to talk with a customer service rep please call 1-800-558-9441.
You are most likely referring to the snap on comb.. most of them are designed to use only with a 30 or 40 blade. This is the only way you will get a proper cut with them.
Good Luck with your old "guy". And I'm sorry hes petrified to go to a professional groomer.. seems you have been taking him to the wrong ones. :)