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Putting a wahl 9307 back together


You will notice there is a little hook that the spring thing fits into on the device. You want the smaller part of the spring facing upwards and it should tuck in smoothly.

This is the smaller part of the spring facing upwards:
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Then it gets tucked in as such:
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Take note from the above photo that the square edges on the plastic piece go at the top of the blade piece and the rounded edges are at the bottom.

Then the bottom blade piece rests on top with the curvature facing upwards: putting-wahl-9307-back-together-g0fa4lo4hxabacpjggd4qk4j-2-5.jpg
The rest should be straightforward!

Jul 10, 2014 | Wahl 9307

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Cant put the springs back in on side of the blade


you will need the jigsaw-blade springs-putter-backer tool. Available from all good hardware stores.

Apr 02, 2014 | Dewalt Saws

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Changing blade drive assembly on agc2 model two problems may have put blade drive assembly on backwards. on the blade release assembly on the other side the three pieces came apart trying to...


Ok the silver metal plate goes on first then the black latch will connect to the hinge, there are two small holes either side of the latch where two spring ends poke through then simply screw it back on, not sure if you can put the blade drive on the wrong way.
If your still having trouble give us a call and we can talk you through it www.angliaclipperservices.com

Jul 21, 2011 | Andis AGC2 Hair Trimmer

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How to put together the blade





askmanny.jpg Instruction to assemble a clipper blade.Above picture Socket askmanny_0.jpg
Spring Tension askmanny_1.jpg
Place Socket on Spring Tension like this askmanny_2.jpg
Slide Socket back as shown in picture askmanny_3.jpg
Turn Socket & Spring Tension over Make sure Socket is slide back askmanny_4.jpg
This is Call a Blade Guide Make sure the blade Guide is on the Spring Tension askmanny_5.jpg
Make sure blade guide is on like picture above, Now place Socket & Spring aside askmanny_6.jpg
The comb Blade Place comb blade as picture above askmanny_8.jpg
Place cutter blade as picture above, making sure cutter blade smaller blade is on the comb blade Rail. askmanny_9.jpg
Hold the blade like this Finger on top and Thumb on the bottom askmanny_10.jpg
Turn blade over like this while still holding the blade together askmanny_11.jpg
Place screw as shown askmanny_12.jpg
Screw in the screw don't tighten leave loose. askmanny_13.jpg
Now that you have the 2 screw in and not tight place the blade like this You need to hold the blade with one hand and with your Philips screw driver tap the cutter blade back lightly until the cutter teeth are 2/32 back from the comb blade. askmanny_14.jpg
the cutter blade which is the smaller blade is back 2/32 from the comb blade which is the bigger blade. When this is done by holding the blade together with your finger & Thumb askmanny_15.jpg
Tighten the 2 screws tight askmanny_16.jpg
Your blade should look like this when done correctly askmanny_17.jpg
We hope this was helpful when assembling a clipper blade.

May 11, 2011 | Andis AG 2 Hair Trimmer

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I can't find the manual of my Conair GMT 170X. I took the blades apart to clean and lube and now I don't know how to put the spring assembly back together with the blade. Please help


their is 2 long wires with a l shaped hook on the the smalles blade that goes on the bottom the points of those wires go in the holes in the bottom of it which is a white thing with 2 groves in it make sure the blade is facing away from where the screws go the take the plastic pad and put it in the 2 holes of the top blad the set it on their facing the same direction the push down till its flush the put the 2 screws back in

Dec 17, 2010 | Conair GMT 170 CS Beard Trimmer

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How do reassemble the blade for Wahl 8552


I had the same problem with the Wahl Pro Series Rechargeable model 8552, and called Wahl service. Here is what I learned:
Never unscrew the screws on a Wahl blade (they use those funky nonstandard screws to deter you) -- that's the main thing. The whole blade assembly is supposed to come off by pulling it up and off from the teeth.
But, if you did it (as I did), you can put it back together this way:
1. Place the large blade down on the table (Wahl logo down), and place the small blade on top of it (if you look carefully, you will see how it lines up).
2. Insert the spring points into the two holes of the white plastic part (on mine, the spring kept slipping out and I finally used a drop of superglue on each hole until it would stay in long enough to complete the assembly). Place that piece on top of the small blade (see photo).
3. The bent metal piece with the two screw holes then gets placed on top of the large blade, with the center ridge of the bent piece over the straight center portion of the spring -- so that you have to hold it in your hand and push it together against the spring in order to align the holes of the entire thing. As you are holding that, put the screws in from below and tighten. It's awkward and if you are like me, it will take several tries before you can get it all lined up correctly and tightened. The photo below is what the final assembly looks like before snapping it onto the clipper.
3. Clip it in: At the top of the assembly in the photo below, notice the small bent metal piece that will fit into the back of your clipper in the hole. Once you fit that properly, push the whole assembly down onto the clipper until it snaps into place.

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Aug 03, 2010 | Wahl Health & Beauty

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Oster clippers blade


John! No Problem!
First put the bigger of the two blades witht the size/number facing down, put the cutter on top. (with the side with the flat side of the teeth facing down) Then put the tongue guide inside the tension spring, make sure the tension spring rail is on the tension rail and place them on top of the cutter. To see which bits these are go to: http://www.sheareaseltd.com/clipper-blade-sharpening/clipper-blades-the-parts
This picture whows the front and back, it differs slightly from your blade, but its same meat different gravy!

Hold all this together with your finger and thumb, flip it over and scre the whole lot together!
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Jul 01, 2010 | Oster Golden A5 2-Speed Universal Motor...

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I have an Oster Golden A-5 clipper (dog clipper--I could not find the catagory on your list) with # 10 and # 15 blades. It has been quite a while since I have sharpened the blades, and I am not sure how...


I did not solve the problem, but I doubt if you have an answer for me.
I will just use the blades as I have put them back together, and hope they are attached correctly on the comb part of the blade. There is an area on the tension spring that allows it to move forward or backward when the screws are attached to the comb part of the blade. I am not sure exactly how to adjust it when screwing it to the comb. If it is slid back, the cutter part of the blade will be set back. If it is slid forward, the cutter blade teeth will be nearer the edge of the comb part of the blade. The cutter still rides on the rails of the comb okay, but I am sure there is an exact position for proper re-assembly.
Thank you for any help you can provide.
ajkennel

Apr 28, 2008 | Watches

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I have broken my HP Photosmart R817


I just fixed mine and what came out of the end of the lense housing was the shutter assembly. Your camera will still work but the shutter will not operate for protecting your lense.

What was on the ground from the shutter assembly looked like six parts but actually there's eight:

1 - Front round plate (what you see if shutter assembly was still in the lense housing).
2 - Hair size springs that hopefully stayed in the sides of the front round plate. IF NOT OR EITHER ARE LOST, THE SHUTTERS CAN'T BE SET TO CLOSE SO SKIP THE STEPS BELOW ABOUT INSTALLING THE BLADES.
1 - back round plate (black with four tabs).
2 - Larger L-shaped blades.
2 - Smaller L-shaped blades.

Place the front round plate with cosmetic (engraved 'PENTAX...) side down and look at the inside for two round mounting posts on the left and right. You will be using the larger of the two posts on each side for placing the L-shaped blades.

Place the larger L-shape blades with the hole end onto the posts. Blades should swing freely and their backs match with the shape of the inside of the front plate when open.

Place the smaller L-shape blades on top of their respective larger L-shape blades with the hole end onto the same posts used in the last step. Blades should swing freely and their backs match with the shape of the inside of the front plate when open along with the larger L-shape blades.

Springs (long ends) will need to notch into the smaller L-shape piece end (nearest the hole/post end). This is a real trickly part of the assembly and I used two tools like large pins or needles to pry the spring into the notch. If you can't do this, no sense in even leaving the four L-shaped blades inside of the front round plate since the shutter will not close properly without the springs.

Align and snap the back round plate tabs onto the front round plate. The shutter assembly is now ready to put back into the lense assembly.

MAKE SURE THE CAMERA IS IN THE OFF POSITION AND THE LENSE ASSEMBLY IS RETRACTED!

Align the front of the shutter assembly with the engraved wording properly oriented (not sideways, not upside down, etc.) and press gently into the lense assembly until completely in the end of the housing.

If blades were installed properly, they will open when the camera is turned on, and close when the camera is turned off.

If blades were not installed, the empty shutter assembly (back round plate snapped onto front round plate) can still be pressed into the lense housing...the shutter will just not work and the lense will always be exposed. Actually, this is one helluva lot easier than fixing the shutter assembly and not the end of the world for your camera's operation!

Mar 23, 2008 | HP Photosmart R817 Digital Camera

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Conair hc318d reassembly


i have hc318d clipper it been use two time and havent use it in a year so was going to use it last nite and the small blade fell out. i try to put it back in and it want hold keep falling out

Dec 17, 2007 | Conair HC100RCS Hair Trimmer

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