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Where do I find replacement batteries for my Braun 4775?

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>These units are not really made to be taken apart.

totally false. there are two plugs on the bottom that reveal two T8. loosen those and the shaver slides right open, there's even a video on youtube showing how easy it is to open. The seals are all rubber gaskets, there is no seal that gets "broken" by opening in this way. The batteries aren't even soldered down! pop them out and pop in replacements. easier to replace batteries in this model than most others due to no soldering required. I'm having a little difficulty finding the AA size batteries with the pin ends though, there's someone on ebay right now selling the AAA size with pins, I'm contacting them now to see if they can get the AA that the 4775 uses.

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You will find compatible batteries at shaveroutlet.com. See link below

http://shaveroutlet.com/shaver-replacement-battery-aa-nimh-p-108.html

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As posted above, shaver is easy to open.
I used 2 garden variety Eveready 2450 mAh NiMH rechargeables (no pins, no problem) from Super Store...NiMH because I had them on hand.
They're a tad short, so I inserted some folded aluminum paper on the Negative ends to take up the slack...done.
The batteries are solidly in place.
Shaver worked immediately, and is behaving normally while plugged in to recharge (green LED steadily lit as it should be).
We'll see how the NiMH batteries do in the NiCad charger. I can always replace these batteries with NiCad's.

Posted on Dec 02, 2013

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You will find original Braun replacement batteries for model 4775 at shaveroutlet.com. See link below

http://shaveroutlet.com/shaver-replacement-parts/braun-battery-nicd-2-batteries-p-454.html

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These units are not really made to be taken apart. They are sealed internally... when you send them back to the factory they actually crack them open to repair them, then replace the case. You may want to contact Braun for the repair, I know they have a very good warranty on them, and it may be free. You may have already checked, but never hurts to check again and see if you get a friendlier support person :)

Their number is:

1-800-272-8611

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I would visit this website: http://www.braun.com/na.html

They have a link for replacement parts and a Contact Us link. By contacting Braun, you may get the name/address of the nearest parts dealer. I would think Los Angeles has a bunch
of repair shops and parts dealers.

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Are you referring to the small blade for the mustache trimmer or the small blades for the shaver.

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