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Andis t outliner is making a loud noise someone help please?

I live in the uk and brought andis t outliners from the us and its making a loud rattling noise i have not used the trimmers just turned it on to see what its like i brought a plug converter or 110v ive twisted the screw like it says on youtube and it still makes the loud noise can someone help please?

Posted by jade swaby on

  • this style of clipper can be a bit noisy in any case, check to make sure the blade is atatched correctly by reading the instructions, do they cut ok?

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    Vibz v Jan 01, 2015

    Hi, its because in america they use a different frequency. In the uk here we use 230v 50hz and Americans use 110v and 60 hz. So you've converted voltage but not the frequency. So what you need is a voltage AND frequency converter. Like thishttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/261718719033?s...

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This unit will not work correctly in the UK as it has a magnetic motor. No matter how you try to tune it it will be very loud and eventually the motor will burn out.

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Yes because I was about to just purchase a brand new device.

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you should not have to send your clipper to be repaired before it is used, the maker of the product should be willing to walk you through the adjustment step by step, because the problem is the blade adjustment,why send a clipper back just to get a blade adjustment,which will take 30 days to return,and you will be out of a clipper,you will lose money in the process, it's simple call and ask how to (precisely) adjust blade, and if that dosent work for whatever reason, return the product and buy from another company, some companies have a way of making more money from you,unnessasarily, in this economy thats a sure way to loose business.

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SOURCE: i leave in uk i got a new t-outliner from us and i

Voltage & Frequency Converter

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The problem you describe is most likely due to the fact that the machine you bought is designed to operate on 110v/60Hz electrical supply as used in North America. In fact the T-Outliner is only designed to operate on 110v/60Hz so even if you use a transformer you will only convert the voltage from 110v to 230v. You will not convert the frequency 'Hz' from 60Hz to 50Hz which is necessary with an electrical product with many moving parts such as a clipper to operate correctly on the European electrical supply which is 230v/50Hz........Check on ebay 'Voltage and Frequency Converter' about 65 pounds. The only solution

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Some outliners have an adjustable blade set while others are fixed. You will need to remove the blade set and observe if the movable blade is adjustable forward and backward in relation to the stationary blade. If it is adjustable, take caution no to adjust the two blades completely flush. If they are too close they will nip and pinch and can break the skin.

Posted on Apr 10, 2011

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The Andis T-Outliner that you purchase from the USA is not for UK voltage 220 50 HZ, the Voltage is too high, the only way to control the voltage is transformer from 220V to 120 V. The Andis Trimmer that may work for you is the GTX trimmer this trimmer was manufactured for Canada and there voltage is 220V 50HZ.
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This trimmer is only made to be used with 110V, we do not have this model in 240V. There is no way to stop the noise. If you would like to purchase a unit made for 240V please call 1-800-558-9441 and speak with one of the Andis customer service reps.

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