This is a guide on how to fix the most likely failure you can encounter on a Philips hair clipper. I got a Philips hair clipper that stopped working and I decided to fix it. This is how to fix Philips hair clipper
What you need:
- Torx 6 screw driver
- Begin with removing the two Torx screws holding the metal clipper blade. Make sure to keep the screws in a secure location, they are small.
- Gently open and remove the metal plate freeing the mechanism.
- Investigate the reason for failure, most of the time it’s because of accessive hair trapped in the mechanism like below. Remove the mechanism from the spring. Use a brush to gently remove the hair clippings.
- Clean everything. Insert the spring in the two holes holding the top blade and place it in the groove.
- Gently add the metal plate back and secure everything with the two screws. Remember, the screws are screwing down into plastic so don’t overtighten them, this might lead to the plastic giving away and crack.
There you have it, the hair clipper works again!
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