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Nose, ear and beard hair trimmer with a dual edge blade. Easy to clean.

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Why is my trimmer not turning on?

I have not used my trimmer for a while and now it is now turning on. I already changed the battery but it still does not work.

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I bought the ER430 and it runs and then stops.

I cant figure out why this happens

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I removed the top part and then the gear turned. When I put it back together it worked

da

i took top off then clear out the opening in back below the cap that shows arrow to open aperture that had hairs in it. then it worked again.

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WD-40!

I've had a Panasonic ER-GN30 nose hair trimmer for years, although I don't use it often and I'd say I take good care of it.

It has always seemed to perform as though it has a low battery. I first noticed corrosion on the negative battery contact, the one up in the body of the unit. I treated it with Caig Deoxit D5 (an amazing product) which helped, yet the issue continued to return.

Recently, the trimmer stopped working all together. I used a power supply to "bump it" with 3v which got is spinning. So I know the switch is good and the motor "can" turn.

I removed the battery and pointed the trimmer blades toward the ground and then liberally sprayed WD-40 up into the body of the trimmer. I sprayed a lot, enough to completely saturate the internals. Then I tipped it over and used some compressed air to blow out any remaining fluid.

The trimmer once again works great, the blades spin at full speed again.

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Since you have not used your trimmer for some time, there is a good chance the battery or switch leads are corroded. Check out the troubleshooting page for more information.

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WD-40

Mine ER-GN30 has always seemed to perform as though it has a low battery. I first noticed corrosion on the negative battery contact, the one up in the body of the unit. I treated it with Caig Deoxit D5 (an amazing product) which helped, yet the issue continued to return.

Recently, the trimmer stopped working all together. I used a power supply to "bump it" with 3v which got is spinning. So I know the switch is good and the motor "can" turn.

I removed the battery and pointed the trimmer blades toward the ground and then liberally sprayed WD-40 up into the body of the trimmer. I sprayed a lot, enough to completely saturate the internals. Then I tipped it over and used some compressed air to blow out any remaining fluid.

The trimmer once again works great, the blades spin at full speed again.

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