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Clipper and Dryer Service and Repair

Diamond Edge Clipper and Dryer Maintenance and Repair Service

To maintain your clippers and dryers in top working condition in a simple maintenance routine of following the manufacturers recommendations on use and care will keep your equipment in good working condition. However after prolonged use or perhaps accidental damage, professional help is required to restore your clippers or dryers performance.

At our workshops in Brighton we service and repair all types of clippers and dryers.

Clipper Service and Repair - If required we will give a quote for work required to service and repair clippers.

Stage 1 - Test and inspect clippers to determine faults or level of service required.
Stage 2 - Strip clippers down as necessary to clean and relubricate moving parts.
Stage 3 - Replace worn or damaged components.
Stage 4 - Reassemble clipper and run on test.
Stage 5 - Re-fit blades if included with clippers and check cutting performance.
Stage 6 - Carry out PAC test to ensure electrical safety.

Click here for the Diamond Edge Clipper Repair Service.

Dryers Serving & Repair – If required we will give a quote for work required to service & repair dryer.

Stage 1 – Test and inspect dryers to determine faults or level of service required.

Stage 2 – Strip dryers down as necessary to clean and relubricate moving parts.

Stage 3 – Replace worn or damaged components.

Stage 4 – Reassemble dryer and run on test.

Stage 5 – Carry out PAC test to ensure electrical safety.



Click here for the Diamond Edge Dryer Repair Service.

Clipper Care


Storage and maintenance – A little simple maintenance of your clipper will ensure that they work efficiently and safely without any problems.


After use brush away any hair from the blades and blade drive at the front of the clipper. Check and clean any air filters to maintain the airflow through the clipper and prevent overheating. Do not wind the cable around the clipper, but coil it loosely to prevent damage to the cable where it enters either the clipper or the plug. If you notice the cable is damaged or split, stop using the clippers immediately and have the cable repaired or replaced by an electrician or through our Repair Service. If you wish to carry out some routine maintenance of your clipper, the gear box, blade attachment assemblies and carbon brushes can and should be checked periodically to ensure they are not choked with hair, needing lubrication or are showing signs of wear and needing replacement.


If the clippers are in regular daily use and live out ready for use, we would suggest they are hung up or placed in a clipper holder to keep them safe and remove the risk of being knocked onto the floor and damaged.


Clipper Damage


If your clippers are dropped and you are not sure if they have been damaged, we would suggest the following; firstly, unplug from the supply and carry out a visual inspection of the clippers. If there is no immediate sign of damage to the clipper housing or blade assembly, it should be safe to plug in and switch on. However if the clippers make any unusual noises or do not work at all, switch off immediately and have them checked out by an electrician or other competent person. Even a clipper that appears to be working satisfactorily may have some internal damage which may cause other problems in time. If you are ever in any doubt about the safety of using a clipper which has been dropped, don’t use it, get it checked out. Click here for our Clipper Dryer and Repair Service.

Created On  22 Sep 2015 13:39 in Sharpening, Service and Repair  -  Permalink

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