Andis ProClip UltraEdge Pet Clipper 2-speed is a super duty clipper for your toughest grooming jobs or homes with multiple pets. It cuts fast and quietly - even on heavily matted coats. Pro Clip is lightweight and runs exceptionally cool. Clipper includes an UltraEdge #10 blade, but also works with all UltraEdge, Ceramic Edge, and Oster A5 blades. Two speeds run at 3,400 and 4,400 spm. 7.25" long;14 ft cord.
Please specify color: Blue, Blaze Orange or Spring Green.
Includes: Clipper, #10 UltraEdge blade and oil.
Try the Andis UltraEdge Cat Blade with EGT™ finish. Exclusive blade design for feline grooming helps reduce track lines. The Electro-Glide Technology (EGT) coating on this blade feeds the hair smoothly and reduces corrosion. Made in the USA.
Please read the following instructions before using your new Andis Clipper. Give it the care that a fine precision built instrument deserves and it will give you years of service. Plug cord into electrical outlet, operate 120 volt, 60 cycle AC electrical current or as noted on unit. To start clipper, move switch button by pressing down on the lock mechanism and moving to the #1 position. To stop, press down on the lock mechanism and move switch button back to original position. After using your Andis Clipper, rewrap cord, and store in a safe place.
REMOVING BLADE SET
To remove blade set, first make sure your clipper motor is switched “OFF.” Push blade release mechanism under blade hinge. While holding down the blade release mechanism, push down on blade, then gently pull the blade forward, and slide it off the blade hinge. If your blade hinge should snap closed and is flush with the clipper, use a small standard screwdriver to pry the tongue of the hinge out. NOTE: Hair may accumulate in the front cavity of the housing under the blade. If this happens, you can clean out the hair by brushing out the cavity with a small brush or an old toothbrush while the blade is off the clipper.
REPLACING OR CHANGING BLADE SET
To replace or change your blade set, slide the blade bracket onto the hinge of the clipper and with the clipper turned “ON,” push the blade towards the clipper to lock into position.
The internal mechanism of your motor clipper has been permanently lubricated by the factory. Other than the recommended maintenance described in this manual no other maintenance should be performed, except by Andis Company or an Andis Authorized Repair Service Station.
CARE AND SERVICING OF YOUR ANDIS CLIPPER BLADES
Blades should be oiled before, during, and after each use. If your clipper blades leave streaks or slow down, it’s a sure sign blades need oil. Place a few drops of oil on the front and side of the cutter blades. Wipe excess oil off blades with a soft, dry cloth. Spray lubricants contain insufficient oil for good lubrication, but are an excellent clipper blade coolant. Always replace broken or nicked blades to prevent injury. You can clean the excess hair from your blades by using a small brush or worn out toothbrush. To clean the blades, we suggest to immerse the blades only into a shallow pan of Andis Clipper Oil, while the clipper is running. Any excess hair and dirt that has accumulated between the blades should come out. After cleaning, turn your clipper off and dry blade with a clean dry cloth and start clipping again. If upon cleaning your blades you find that they will still not cut, there may be a few fine pieces of hair trapped between the upper and lower blade. If this happens, you will need to snap the blade off the clipper. Proceed to slide the upper blade to one side, without loosening the tension spring or moving the upper and lower blade. If this happens, you will need to snap the blade off the clipper. Proceed to slide the upper blade to one side, without loosening the tension spring or moving the upper blade completely out from under the tension spring. Wipe the surface between the blades clean with a dry cloth, then place a drop of clipper oil where the upper and lower blades meet and also in the guide slot of the tension spring. Now slide the upper blade to the opposite side of the lower blade and repeat this process. After completing this procedure, slide the upper blade, centering it over the lower blade. Handle or store your Andis Clipper with the blades down so excess oil will not run into the clipper case.
CHANGING THE BLADE DRIVE ASSEMBLY
If your clipper blades no longer cut properly (be sure to try more than one blade, since the blade currently being used may be dull), it could be that your blade drive assembly needs replacement.
To change the blade drive assembly:
- Remove blade set.
- Remove drive cap.
- Remove blade drive mounting screws.
- NOTE: Before removing blade drive assembly, note the way it is positioned (this will help you in reassembly). Remove blade drive assembly.
- Drive bearing should be at its lowest position, if not, move it with your finger to lowest position.
- Put on new drive assembly, align screw holes and press down.
- Reassemble blade drive by mounting screws.
- Replace drive cap.
- Replace blade.