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Question: Andis T Outliner Repair
I ordered a S04508 Core/Coil Assy - Gto/Go , but how do i remove the faulty one .
I removed the two screws from the housing .
I then removed the two screws from the magnetic arm.
I then remove the nut between to the two screws from the magnetic arm, and then removed the two screws from the blade. Are they any more screws , at this point the core/ coil is stuck and i can get it to pry out with a flat head.
If you have a link for a video to disassemble the T outliner model G that would be great as well.
Reply: Andis T Outliner Repair
Thank you for your question!
There are two screws that hold down the field to the housing. They have hex heads like a bolt would on a car. If you've already removed the armature then you should have taken out one of the screws already. On the diagram the screws are referenced as figures 8 and 18.
These motors can get very hot some times. The field may have melted the plastic housing a little making it difficult to remove as well.
if i add more wired into the Core/coil, will it help to make the machines run stronger? thank you
We would suggest to not tamper with the motor's wiring. The best thing to make the clipper run better is to keep it clean, oil the blades and pivot points, and adjust the motor as the instructions indicate. Or, find a service center that you can take your clipper to for servicing.