Question about Andis Health & Beauty
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* Normally I would suggest cleaning and tightening the 2 blade holder screws as in a normal "Human" hair clipper. But I noticed this pet clipper uses a snap on blade (or a combo blade as shone in "Blade Maint" video. Looks like it's mostly cleaning though I have seen other vids with clippers going dull during pet "rescues" having to trim matted hair. One lady used 2 blades and ending up using a 3d blade. It could be just that; really thick dirty hair. Dirt and grime is a collection of stone dust and oils after all.
* Demo; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aun5QDCtGgc
* Blade Maint; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-rS_YQ-ro0
* Basic Repair; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRGEQHhfCIc
* Repair (detailed); https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbDLhMugSgg
Posted on Jul 06, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Could you please be more specific in what the clippers are or are not actually doing? Are they stopping when you attempt to clip the dog? Is the blade just gliding through the fur? What setting do you have the clippers on? Has the dog been bathed and combed? With a little more information I will be better able to help you.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
Buy some Kool Lube (Oster) or Andis Blade Coolant. Both are aerosols. Your 2-speed runs faster, so your blades heat up quicker. Check them often by touching them to your inner wrist, and spray them when they are hot. A bonus is that the sprays also disinfect! (FYI a hot blade can badly burn a pet, so make sure you keep them cool)
Posted on May 25, 2009
No need to replace the clipper they are usually well worth repairing.
This sounds like a problem with you power cable they are just under £10, try moving the cable in different directions around the rubber strain relief coming out of the clipper.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
Ok you need to locate the Latch which holds the blades into place. There should be a black piece of metal at the rear end of the clipper blade whilst on the clippers, simply push this in towards the blade and at the same time pull the front edge of the blade away from the clipper to release this should simply pull off in a forward direction.
Fitting is easier slide a blade onto the tongue of the Hinge Assembly and pull it into the body of the clipper.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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hi, new blades are not the answer try replacing the blade drive assembly which is located at the drive end of the clipper and goes from side to side, as the clippers are used this part will gradually wear in width thus not moving the cutter far enough to complete a cut this will produce snagging in smaller blades and tram lines in larger blades like 7, 5, 4 and 3's. All Clipper Parts are available for these clipper repairs.
Posted on Jun 20, 2010
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