Introduzione

The motor drives the clipper blades. Motors can wear out after extended use. Replacing a worn-out motor can extend the longevity of this device.

  1. Remove the two 5.0 mm JIS #1 screws to loosen the cutting blades.
    • Remove the two 5.0 mm JIS #1 screws to loosen the cutting blades.

    • Make sure your device is not connected to power before you begin.

  2. Lift the bottom blade straight up from the device body to remove it.
    • Lift the bottom blade straight up from the device body to remove it.

    • Remove the three 9.0 mm JIS #1 screws attaching the base of the blade assembly to the body.

    • Lift the base of blade assembly straight up off of the body.

    • Remove the two 12.0 mm JIS #1 screws on the back of the device body.

    • Remove the 13.0 mm Phillips #2 screw on the side of the device body.

      • This screw is located on the opposite side of the body from the switch.

    • Remove the spring on the side of the body using tweezers.

    • Pry the body case off of the device using a spudger.

    • Lift power cord tab (black wire) from slot on motor base.

    • Lift switch tab (teal wire) from slot on motor base.

    • Remove two 23.0 mm JIS #1 screws attaching motor base to device body.

    • Lift motor base straight up from device body to remove.

Conclusione

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

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