Introduction

In this guide you will learn how to disassemble and reassemble the trimmer and learn how to replace the blades if they needed to be fixed.

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  • Start with examining the razor, looking to see if the blades are jammed or moving.

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  • By now you've realized that the blades are broken and need to replace them. Unscrew the top two screws with a Philips head screwdriver.

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  • Apply pressure to the back side of the blades and remove the blades.

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  • In this step remove metal clip by using either a flat head or Philips head screwdriver.

Any chance of getting a clearer, closer, better lit shot of the assembled head? Mine has fallen apart, and this is the closest I have found to a picture of what it should look like. If only it were clearer...

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  • Once taken completely apart this is what you will be looking at. What you need to replace is the metal clip shown in the picture. Once replacing the clip, reassemble the razor and the problem is now solved.

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Conclusion

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

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Where can I get replacement arms?

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