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On my conair trimmer gmt183w it no longer wants to work , it lights up, and vibrates for a few seconds and goes dead, Is there a battery inside that can be replaced? I plug it in but when I go too use It , it goes for a few seconds and then nothing.

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I'm having the same problem with mine. I'm going to try and get to the bottom of it to fix it, this is by far the best beard trimmer I've ever owned in 20 years. I'll be pulling it apart to see if I can replace the battery first and post up my results.

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Yes, you need 2 of 2/3A 700mah rechargeable batteries with solderable tabs

Posted on Dec 12, 2010

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    Robin Pixley Sep 12, 2011

    Not worth trying. New one is in order. Perhaps find one with replaceable battery rather than throw away as this was designed.

  • J Carter
    J Carter Mar 25, 2014

    Resoldered a replacement battery that didn't have quite as high mAh (600 vs. 700) -- works great again. Thanks BatteryMart.com

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