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Replacing the battery

I own a remington MS3 3000. The unit does not hold a charge and will not operate while connected to AC. I suspect the battery as it is old. How do I replace the rechargeable battery?

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  • Anonymous Dec 09, 2007

    can't complete a shave, won't keep chargr

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Download the user manual - it has battery removal instructions ----

http://safemanuals.com/user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/REMINGTON/MS3-1000

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That manual does not have the battery removal instructions. I am trying to do the same thing and have only disassembled part of it and cant figure out how to get the main case off. I took off every visable screw and removed rubber pieces only to find out there werent any screws underneath.

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