Question about Wahl 79111
Be sure that you have oiled the blades per the manufacturer instructions. This is essential.
The noise you've described is usually due to a problem with the blade tension. You're in the right area with the screw but it sounds like you've over-tightened it causing the blades to not move. The correct way to adjust the tension is to turn the screw clockwise with the clipper running. When the blades begin to make a chattering sound, back the screw back by a quarter turn
Posted on Nov 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wahl designer clipper
Have you been oiling the blades? If you ran out of oil you can use any light machine oil available at any hardware store. If you feel comfortable opening the unit you will be able to see the electromagnet inside and watch what is going on. If all else fails Buy a new set (the exact kind) and keep the receipt. Swap them out and return it from the store where you purchased it. You paid good money for them and they should not have died so quickly. The store will get full credit for it when they return it to the manufacturer so it is not that morally bad. The manufacturer should bare the burden because of the poor quality control that allowed your clipper to die in such a short period of time. Hope you find this solution helpful and the last option is a surefire fix...
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
have you tried taking apart the blades and replacing them so that they line up together? Have you had a professional shear sharpener look at your blades? mabie all they need is to be sharpened again. Blades like knives or scissors need to be sharpened every once in a while. Also try replacing the blades with a new ones. The blades may have worn out. also try oiling the blades every once in a while.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
Your problem is in your blade adjustment,nothing is wrong with the clipper,trust me i've adjusted thousands, set teeth so that hair can easily be feed through when clipper is on,perfect solution,wish i could draw you a picture.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
This is always a problem with clippers, it's just a matter of holding the blades tightly in place and getting the screws in as tightly as possible without letting the blades go. This has always worked for me in the past.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
1 or 2 basic things happened. 1st there is an armature adjustment on the right hand side when viewing the clipper from the top (it looks like a screw). Place a screw driver in this and turn it counter clockwise, if this screw is up against the stop than you can place a small screwdriver behind it and pop it out (this is actually a cap) now you can access the actual adjuster. back this out about an 1/8 of a turn at a time until the noise stops, turn them side to side to insure that the armature is far enough off of the motor coil. Then replace the cap.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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