Norelco Beardtrimmer series 1000 Beard and stubble trimmer

Stainless steel blades, 30 min cordless use/8h charge, USB charging, 3 stubble and beard combs BT1208/70


My Philips groomer is making a strange noise

If your Philips multi groomer makes a strange noise, we can help you with some simple troubleshooting steps to solve this problem.

Groomer is not assembled properly

It can be that your groomer has not been assembled properly, which is causing it to make a strange noise. We advise you to take off the attachments and reattach them as instructed in the user manual.

Groomer is dirty

Your groomer requires regular cleaning to function properly. Stuck hair in the device can affect its performance and can cause a strange sound. Please clean your groomer according to the instructions in the user manual.

While cleaning make sure you remove the cutter, as some hair can be collected under it.

Groomer is not charged

If your groomer is running low on battery, then the struggling noise of the machine may sound odd to you. Please fully recharge your device before any further use.

Groomer is not oiled

If your Philips groomer stops working, runs slowly, or makes noise, please place a drop of oil on the cutter. This oil is included in the package.

When your Philips groomer is cleaned very well, it may need a drop of oil to work properly.

Please, note: for an optimal performance, lubricate the cutting element teeth with a drop of the oil supplied every 6 weeks.

The information on this page applies to the following models: BT1208/70 , BT1211/70 , BT1217/70 , BT3210/41 , BT7201/15 , BT5205/16 , BT5200/16 , HC5440/80 , HC7450/80 , QT4000/16 , QT4014/16 , BT5275/32 , BT9295/32 , QT4022/32 , QT4050/32 , QT4045/70 , QT4021/50 , QT4020/60 , QT4085/70 . more less

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