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What is the procedure for replacing the batteries
There are three screws on the back of the shaver to be removed. One is easy to see. The second is visable when you extend the trimmer. The third is hard to get to and the trimmer must be disjointed at the top to get to it. Once all three screws are removed, you can remove the back cover. There are two batteries. To remove them you will need to unsnap and remove the long metal clip and then unsolder the wires connected to the batteries. There may also be a gummy substance holding a wire to the side of one of the batteries. You will need to use a razor blade to seperate it off along the side of the battery. Once the old batteries are removed, you can solder in new batteries and ten reassemble the shaver.
You will find batteries at shaveroutlet.com. See link below. You will need to order two.
If you are unable to do this repair yourself, shaveroutlet.com can do it for you. See link below.
on Sep 27, 2012
I have a brand new
Rather then you buying a new battery or a new charger or taking your entire shave apart wouldn't it be alot easier seeing how it is new to return it this way also it wouldn't cost you anything in replacement parts as well message me back on your decision if you choose to we can take apart your new shaver which would void any warranty as well Thanks again Rick
on Jan 01, 2011
My smart system razor no longer charges. Have to
I had this same problem and did some research. In the beginning I was told it HAD to be sent back to Remington for the service. As with all electronics, I end up fixing them myself. I bought the replacement batteries from electricshaverstore.com for $15.00 and now it works great. Good Luck and I hope this helps!
* Make sure you get the R9000 Series Battery Replacement.
on Dec 14, 2010
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