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Old 04-22-2006, 02:57 PM
denverlynx denverlynx is offline
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Question clippers question

Hi,

I broke down about 3-4 years ago and bought a pair of Oster A5 clippers to groom my cocker spaniel. They have worked great until recently. They started to get stuck going through her hair. So, I had the blades sharpened and performed some maintainance on the clippers. But, the hair is still getting hung up on the blades. This is my first set of clippers. I'm not sure if its the blades that are causing the problems or if its truly a problem with the clippers???

They aren't under warranty anymore and I hate to spend $30 on a new set of blades if its a problem with the clippers. Any tips?

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Shawn
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Old 04-27-2006, 04:38 PM
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I've experienced a similar problem at work, We had the blades sharpened and it still wasnt getting through, I tried it on another clipper and it worked ok so maybe its the clipper?
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Old 05-16-2006, 12:57 PM
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Please visit this fabby site for help with your clippers and blades.
Bobby at Technogroom is my supplier and I would not do anything with my clippers without asking his advise first!

http://www.technogroom.co.uk/Help%20Guides.htm

Hope you find this useful!

www.snippetsgrooming.co.uk
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