I have a old sunbeam clipper that was clogged. I took the two screws out and it came apart before I could see how it was together, so I can't get it back. Do you have a diagram that shows how to put it back together? From the picure on your page, I think it's a SBCL 802. Thanks.
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Do you have more parts in your hand than 2x screws and 2x blade parts? If no then pop the small cutter blade onto the plastic blade drive with the drive engaged into the diamond shaped hole in the cutter blade. Make sure you put the cutter blade on with the teeth facing forwards and the correct way up. The top side (goes towards clipper) is pretty much flat except where teeth taper. Next lubricate the small cutter where it is going to touch the large comb blade when you fit it. Now put the comb blade on and fit the 2 screws. Line up the blades & tighten the screws.
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! www.sheareaseltd.com
For Remington clippers, the smaller blade has a groove which matches a beveled edge on the trimmer body. Line it up, align the larger blade to its screw holes, insert and fasten screws until tight, and you're good to go. Oh yeah, and try to center the small blade.