Introduction

If the blades of your beard trimmer are not working properly, there could be too much hair/dirt between the blades or the blade may have become worn out over time. The blade may need replacement. By following the steps in this guide you will have a new blade installed in no time.

Parts

No parts required.

Remove the comb from the head of the trimmer.
  • Remove the comb from the head of the trimmer.

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Place thumb underneath the blade; push upward to pop the blade off. Place thumb underneath the blade; push upward to pop the blade off.
  • Place thumb underneath the blade; push upward to pop the blade off.

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Grab the plastic arms with the tweezers and pull them apart from the base. Grab the plastic arms with the tweezers and pull them apart from the base. Grab the plastic arms with the tweezers and pull them apart from the base.
  • Grab the plastic arms with the tweezers and pull them apart from the base.

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Remove the plastic casing from the underside of the blade. Remove the plastic casing from the underside of the blade. Remove the plastic casing from the underside of the blade.
  • Remove the plastic casing from the underside of the blade.

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Remove the last plastic casing from the front side of the blade. Remove the last plastic casing from the front side of the blade. Remove the last plastic casing from the front side of the blade.
  • Remove the last plastic casing from the front side of the blade.

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Pull the spring off from the base with the tweezers. Pull the spring off from the base with the tweezers.
  • Pull the spring off from the base with the tweezers.

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Pull the blade apart from the base with the tweezers.
  • Pull the blade apart from the base with the tweezers.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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8 Comments

what about getting it back togeather

andrewv100 - Reply

Sadly it is impossible to put the parts back together. It isnt just as simple as start with the end. Normally i am quite good with fixing stuff. But this time... maybe because mine is broken? A guide for putting it back together should show me where it g9es wrong. But thanks for the guide anyways, thanks for the time you put into it.

Bart Teeuwen - Reply

Now I can't get it back :-(

AbdulJalil - Reply

Buy a new one. It not worth the time and effort unless you're trying to get away from the wife

zorba - Reply

It's easy to get it back.i assembled mine a lot of times... Guys just try

tarangill.zippy - Reply

The only difficult part is the spring... Just pay attention to details and use something to hold the spring from within

tarangill.zippy - Reply

where can i find blade for trimmer ??

technology star - Reply

It's bit tough to re fix it.. however I done it in 15min try without any special tool..

First fix the basic assembly from bottom to top. Finally fix the tension spring with your finger by pushing it on the lock..

Try it once or twice, you can do it..

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