Question about Braun Syncro 7505 Electric Shaver
Repair should cost me 25? (>30$) on material plus about 30? (>40$) for the technician. Does anybody have a better solution? Can anybody explain how to open the casing (I can get a used model for less than 50?)?
Update to solution #4 (posted 9/17/07). The fix I presented previously is partly wrong. The update: pry off the side panels by removing the rectangular plastic panel at the power cord insertion end. Then look for the clips (internal) that are holding the side panels. Use a screw driver to bet them to release. Then the side panels will come off and you can make the repair. (There is a graphic of this process in the Braun 8585 User manual.) Cheers.
Posted on Sep 17, 2007
Here's the fix. Braun sells a replacement part (it's the whole shell of the shaver, excluding the side panels. Remove the shaver head, then pry off the side panels (use a very thin screwdriver like tool). Start prying carefully at the head end and work toward the tail (cord end). The internal clips are the strongest at the tail end. Once the side panels are removed, you'll see four screws. Remove them and the motor and battery elements (they're modular) can be removed. Place these ineternal elements in the new replacement shell (case) and rebuild in reverse order. That's it!
Posted on Sep 17, 2007
I had the same problem and got as far as you tryin to open it. Like you, I removed a few parts at the head and came to a dead end. I then removed the side grips and there is no solution under there either. It is frustrating because it seems like a small problem like this should be easily remedied. It's an insult to the consumer to make them purchase a whole new shaver for the failure of a five cent washer.
Posted on Jan 31, 2007
This AM, my Blue Automatic Lock Button on my 7526 got stuck in the "ON" position. I had to leave it turned-on until the battery ran dry. Did you ever figure out how to open the case for inspection or repair? I'm stuck -- I have tried going thru the top but got stuck after removing the 1st few parts. Besides that, I can figure is that the side grips may need to be pried-off to reveal some screws which would allow the entire guts to slide out the top. Any and all informed suggestions appreciated....
Posted on Nov 17, 2006
Parts are not available at this time ,accessories are even dropping off
Posted on Sep 29, 2006
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