Knowing how to use the Wahl 9854 electric razor can make the difference between a clean-cut face and not being at your presentable best. The Wahl electric razor, which comes with a lithium rechargeable battery, is not recommended for long hair, because the razor's blades can get tangled in your hair. Use the razor on areas where hair is minimal, such as a buzzed head, arms, legs, armpits or beard.
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Plug the charging station's electric cord into the nearest wall socket and then slide the electric razor into the fitted station. When the razor is properly charging, the "Wahl" symbol will face you.
Pull the razor from the station after the light on the charging station has turned green, indicating the electric razor has fully charged (which will take one hour).
Press the button on the back of the blade to change the blade. There are four blades you can choose from: the trimmer blade, the T-Blade, the DualShaver and the detail blade. The trimmer blade cuts your hair, the T-blade trims and shapes your facial hair and the DualShaver gives you a clean-cut shave. The detail head trims your ear and nose hairs. Push the head onto the trimmer and it will lock in.
Push one of the three buttons on the left side of the razor to change the blade's height. The first or lowest button cuts closest to the skin, while the third or highest button cuts furthest from the skin. Depending on the amount of stubble you want remaining on your skin, choose the preferred settings.
Turn the razor on by pushing the metal bar up; the metal bar is located on the front of the razor. Carefully bring the razor to the hairy area, and then cut your hair in a consistent downward motion. After you finish shaving, turn the razor off by sliding the metal bar down.
Sweep the hair from the razor's blades using the brush which is included with the razor. Brush the blade over a rubbish bin or sink because the hair can get everywhere. Finish by applying a few drops of oil, which is also included with the razor, to the blades. Without the oil, the blades will begin to rust.
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