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Opening Braun 2540

Does anybody know how to open this razor? I would like to replace battery but don't know how to open it. I can't find service manual.

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Yeap! I just did it violently... :S But luckyly didn't break anything. Anyway, the right way: First screws of course. Then you can open it a little bit, and you can see a white part at the bottom. It moves sideways and releases the cover. Hope you can make it easier than me!

Posted on Oct 05, 2007

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