Thanks for the info but that still doesn't answer my question. The older Schick injectors (Types E, F, G) from about 1935 to 1955 have a clip that if properly rotated out of the way, will allow the razor to open up for cleaning. You don't need skewers or dowels. I was able to get the clip out of the way but it got bent and then wouldn't hold the blade tightly. I restored the clip to its original shape but now can't get it back into position without bending it again. There must be a simpler solution or these razors wouldn't have been around for 20 years.
I too am sorry if I offended. I am just frustrated and hoped to hear from someone who has one of these old Schick razors and an instruction book that tells how to properly open the thing. I really do not see anything wrong with the razor.
I just did mine. Wrapped a screwdriver in cloth to prevent scratch, and put the tip down against the spring, and pried lighting with the side of the screwdriver resting against the bar (so the tip was pushing the clip back toward the handle. Pry it just enough to clear the tab and rotate, and you won't loosen the spring. Or at least it stayed sound on mine. YMMV. But doing this carfully actually displaces the spring less than shoving a dowel up in there.