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I have been unable to find replacement batteries for your product. In most cases, it's cheaper to buy a new device, opposed to buying replacement parts for something that has been used for awhile and run the risk of another part going bad.
Remove the foil assembly and cutters. You will find 2 screws on the back near the top. Remove screws and you can then pry the front half of case off. You will then be able to access the batteries. There are two batteries connected end to end. You will find replacements at shaveroutlet.com. See link below. You will need to order 2 batteries
This model was not designed to replacement batteries. The case is glued together so opening it usually results in damaging the case.<br />
Instead of replacing the batteries, I suggest replacing the 'lower unit' part. This is the entire handle portion of the shaver and can be purchased for just a few dollars more that buying the batteries. You will find this lower unit part at shaveroutlet.com. See link below<br />
There are no screws holding this together only 8 locking plastic clipbs (4 on each side). To open I started near the battery charger end and used a flat tip screwdriver to gently pry open the case. Repeat on the other side. Unit has 2 Sanyo NIMH AAA batteries (welded tabs in series). I can't determine if these are regular NIMHs or enloops.
To open the shaver you will need to remove the two plastic screw covers on the bottom on either side of the port where the plug fits in. Then remove the screws underneath. The outer case will then slide off the bottom. You may need to reposition the travel lock to get it all the way of. Then unsnap the black plastic back of the inner case and remove it. You can then lift out the old circuit board. Reassemble in reverse order.
Open the shaver:
1) Use a small flat screw driver pry off the bottom (where the cord plugs in)
2) Remove the silver sides
3) Using a small torq driver remove the 4 scews
4) Open shaver
5) Remove circuit board with batteries
6) Remove and replace circuit board with batteries (or solder in the new batteries)