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How to open for battery replacement

How do I open the shaver to replace the battery

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  • davidesar May 25, 2009

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Found this link that may help you out. Seems like they are made to be used then tossed out. What a waste. Anyway the battery replacement issue is a common problem... http://k0lee.com/2008/04/replacing-remington-and-norelco-shaver-batteries/

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