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Remington hc-353 How do I open the case to change the batteries? I found one screw under the plastic button........

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I have the above hair trimmer and batteries no longer hold charge. Take off the trimmer mechanism, that is the two large screws. Then unscrew the screw under plastic button, get flat bladed screwdriver and prise apart the two sections, they just clip together with plastic lugs at ai sides of the case. battery replacement, ehen you open you will see three batteries that have been soldered together. Have not found any easy way of replacing batteries at moment, still working on that one. Good luck Tony B

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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    found the batteries at :
    hope this helps took me a while but got them ....


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