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This styliner is crapt. I buy new clipper, right out of the box it doesn't cut, put a new blade on it, same thing. It doesn't matter how you adjust the blade, it does not give sharp line, and hard to do shape up. Andis Sucks.
I just had this same problem. My andis Masters where working and they started making a loud sound and the blades stopped working. The Problem was there wasn't enough power. I used a screw driver and turn the power adjusting screw to the Right with a flat head screw driver.the sound got louder but after I keep turn it the blades started moving again and the blades got quiet again. Tada a Quick Fix.
First off all when buying a step down transformer for these clippers or any other electrical equitment make sure u read the label check cycle 50/60 ,and watt transformer need to be the same are close enough,with is hard to get on tha market,get it made custom,I'm a barber and we have a little trick open your andis clipper ,get spong cut it neatly just a bit thicker than the space between movin part and amateur (coil) insert spong between,not centre bit top bit to blade that's where knocking comin from it can cause that movin bit to break,trim spong until u get it quit but able to cut ,note blade will get hot because of wrong transformer and can damage coil
You really can't move the cutting edge on any andis trimmer blades without throwing them out of spec. I say this to say that if you try (and the blades are not precisely set) it will scrape and cut the skin when you attempt to use them. They are factory set for optimum cutting. If you have found that they aren't cutting as closely or as cleanly lately, it just might be time to replace the blade entirely. I have a set of those, and a styliner II, but I prefer the cutting power of my T-Outliner over all.