Do you have a clipper blade that is crooked or misaligned? Follow the steps below to get your blade on the right track!
Step 1. Slightly loosen both blade screws, just enough to be able to shift the blade. Make sure to move the blade adjustment lever to the full forward position.
Step 2. Align bottom blade with the top blade. Points of the top blade teeth should be 1/32” to 1/16” (about the width of a dime) back and parallel to the points of the bottom blade teeth. This is important so the clipper doesn’t cut too close or allow the moving top blade to touch the skin.
Step 3. Extreme left hand tooth of the top blade must be on the first small tooth of the bottom blade.
Step 4. After blade is aligned, tighten screws.
Step 5. Plug clipper in. Turn switch on and off a couple of times, and then recheck alignment of blades.