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Blade keeps slipping off.cant be put back on without spending 15+ minutes and a cut hand. Is there an easy way

There should be an adjusting knob to tip the upper wheel back and forth till you get it right to keep the blade tracking. This is similar in function to a belt sander adjustment.

To put the blade back on release the tension and carefully thread it though , wind the wheels manually, and gently guide it back in place, then reapply the tension.

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Blade assembly: My WAHL Peanut trimmer hit the floor and fell apart.. How do I reassemble the blade which has also detached.

if it broke apart when it hit the floor then you will have more problems than just putting the blades back on. those are fairly well put together so coming apart means they hit pretty hard. you wont ever get them to cut right even if they go back together. your gunna have to just buy new ones.

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Ride on mower manuals

Pull the cutting deck off the mower, lean it against a wall so you can see the bottom of the deck. I usually use a small section of 2x4 to stop the blades from turning when trying to loosen the blade bolt. A breaker bar comes in handy as those bolts/nuts are usually put on rather tight. Be sure to pay attention to how it goes back together, take pictures if need be. Also, be sure you put the blades on right, or the grass won't cut right.

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Do i need to replace blades? they spin but no longer grind

yes theres two posible solutions

first unplug any thing when working on it (be smart)

1st check to see if the blades are on right sometimes somepeople take the blades off and put them back on wrong sometimes theres a guild so the blades sit right sometimes not

2nd if that dont fixya up then yes the blades are bad simply replace them. and long as it turns it works

to help from having to replace the blades alot simply clean them and oil them light coat of veg. oil works and store them in a paper towel i hope this info fixya right on up

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The clippers are back together but are cutting the skin and still dont sound right did i put them together right.

Did you remove the comb and blade only? If so, the comb (the part that doesn't move and is closest to the skin) should extend beyond the reach of the blade (the part that does move left and right). Nicking is sometimes caused by excessive pressure against the skin. A properly adjusted blade will resemble someone with an underbite (extended lower jar) with the comb part extending beyond the blade.

Most clippers have a clatter adjustment screw. Turn this until the clipper clatters (buzzes really loud) and then adjust it back until the clatter stops (but not too far or you will lose power and the blade will stall or cut slowly). Be sure to oil the blades. Mineral oil (from a drugstore) will do if you can't get shaver oil.

Good luck from Detroit, MI

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I have a used Cub Cadet Model #144-664-100 that I purchased last year and used half of the summer and ran great but towards the end it wasn't cutting very cleanly. So I took off a mower blade, which was...

Have you tried running it with the blade back on? It may be ok as there is a braking system built into the pto clutch that makes the blades hard to turn by hand. Regards Phil

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Husqvana LTH 2038 model, blade is bent so bought new ones, when i tried to put on the new ones the right hand side one hits the deck. What could it be (checked the blades they are the right ones)

Probably bent jack shaft or bearing. Or the deck bent, where the bearing is mounted. It is possible but probably just jackshaft. Or when you put the blade on it got hung on the part that go's in the center of blade and made the blade sit crooked. Thats what I do.

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Put a new blade on mower and now when i start it mower shakes really bad. blade is on right and is tight. any ideas

> put a new blade

Take the blade back, and get a replacement blade that is "balanced" (same weight on both ends, and same weight-distribution).

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Where do i put the oil to oil the blades

When oiling clippers you want to have them running and tilted blade down toward the floor. You put about 3 small drops right on the running blades. Then wipe off excess oil with a towel. You dont want the oil running back into the motor of the clipper. You should oil them about every other use. Good Luck!

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