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How do I open the Remington 9190 Electric Shaver to replace the battery?

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Remove the Two ( 2 ) Phillips Head screws on the Back side of the
R 9190 shaver near the Electrical Plug .

Pry off the Gray Rubber cover that those two ( 2 ) now removed screws went thru.
Now remove the Two ( 2 ) exposed screws up near the " Trimmer Switch "
Note: If you Popped off the " Trimmer Switch " during your efforts - DON'T WORRY . It will simply pop back in place when you are finished with your repairs.

Posted on Aug 17, 2010

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Here's a link to Electric Shaver Service's battery page that has your battery listed (R-9000 series) for around $15.00 plus S&H.

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I have charged it for more than 24 hrs and the shaver is hot, yet it does not turn on when i press the button, should i just return and replace it?!?


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Can you take it apart and see what the battery voltage is and see what the ma (milliamp) rating is? Also battery size (length, width & diameter)?

With that information, we can probbaly find you a replacement battery. I did for my Braun and its as good as new now.

Good luck!

- Jim

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