Question about Remington Precision Deluxe PG-200 Beard Trimmer
Won't charge. Is there a battery that needs to be replaced? I so, how is this groomer disassembled?
This is a very simple repair.
To disassemble, twist the round bottom part (with the battery contacts) counterclockwise just a bit. Use jaw pliers if it won't twist with your hands alone. To protect the plastic finish of the groomer use some duct tape or a rag on the jaws. Gently twist and open the assembly. When separating the bottom part, take care not to pull it apart too far from the main assembly to avoid damaging the 2 thin wires connecting the bottom plate on the inside of the bottom charger to the main body of the groomer. The batteries will just slide out easily; they are not soldered or attached in any way. You can replace the batteries with any two standard AAA rechargeable NiMH batteries (1.2 volt).
Since the batteries are so easy to access, and there is no solder involved, in a pinch you can even use regular AAA Alkaline batteries! (but, of course, NEVER USE THE CHARGER WITH NON-RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES!!)
The groomer is now as good as new!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This shaver was pretty clearly not designed for battery replacement. To open, first remove the screen and blades, and unhook the metal collar from the tab on the back of the case. Then carefully pry off the black inset on the front of the shaver. Underneath it, near the bottom are two screws. Remove these. The case is now only held together by several plastic latches, which can be carefully pried apart with a small screwdriver. The two 2/3A size batteries are soldered to the printed circuit board, which can be pulled out (don't break the wires to the motor) by a little wiggling. The original batteries in mine are 1100mAh, and I have just ordered 1600mAh replacements. The new ones don't have tabs - so soldering them in place is probably going to be a challenge.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
SOURCE: my remington titanium r-950
You will find the correct type replacement batteries at shaveroutlet.com. See link below. You will need to order two
Posted on Nov 04, 2010
You will find the correct battery type at shaveroutlet.com. See link below
Posted on Nov 22, 2010
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