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Trimpro - Frequently Asked Questions

How to I clean my Trimpro machine?

Use a plastic scraper to collect the pollen build-up. Do not use a metal scraper as it might scratch the coating on the grate and the blade. Use a cloth with rubbing alcohol to finish cleaning it.

How to I clean my Trimpro bag?

Soak the bag in warm water, rub off the build up. You can also soak it in rubbing alcohol for a short amount of time, rub off the residue and simply pass it through some running water to finish cleaning it.

How do I adjust the height of my Trimpro blade?

Blade height adjustment instructions can be found for each machine on their respective instruction sheet. Please find below the Users instructions for each machine.

How do I sharpen my Trimpro blade?

Sharpening the blade on Trimpro trimmers is a simple process. The most important part of the process is that YOU SHOULD NOT REMOVE THE BLADE FROM THE HUB TO WHICH IT IS ATTACHED. The tempered steel blades are balanced on the aluminium hub, allowing optimal operation of the trimmers. If the blade is separated from the hub there is no guarantee that the assembly will be balanced when you put it back into the machine.

Sharpening instructions can be found for each machine on their respective instruction sheet. Please find the users instructions for each machine on this page.

How often should I sharpen my Trimpro blade?

Trimpro blades are made of tempered steel which makes them very tough and gives them a great lifespan. It is important for the quality of your cut to keep them sharp. We recommend to have them sharpened every 6 months to every year (highly dependant on usage).

How long is the warranty?

There is one year warranty for defective parts. If you are making a warranty claim, please have in hand the serial number engraved on the underside of the frame of the machine (s/n). Please contact your retailer for more information.

How do I change the amount of air suction?

On every machine (except the Rotor) you can bend the flaps upwards to reduce their angle. This creates less air displacement, thus decreasing the amount of suction. You can bend the flaps downwards to increase their angle. This creates more air displacement thus increasing the amount of suction.

*CAUTION*: When bending the flaps downwards, make sure the flaps do not hit the metal wire brake line.

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