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After using my clippers they made a weird noise and wont come back on at all

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How long have you had your clippers and what brand are they? Is there a little side button that looks to have a **** in it where you could place a flathead screwdriver? If so, take a flathead and turn it right or left while your clippers are on and see what happens. It may be very well the your clippers are too old and the motor is bad or you may have to take them apart and give them a good cleaning. Always use 3-1 oil.

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