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Rechargeble battery does not work any more

the rechargeble battery of my Braun Razor Model 5705 does not charge or let power through anymore. Something that usually happens after 4-5 years of use. I want to change it and do not know how to open the razor and where I can get a new rechargeble battery for this model.

it works on 12-240 V, ac/dc/ 50-60Hz/ 6W at least that is what it says in the back of the device.

Thank you all in advance for any help!

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Tom, I just checked on cross referencing the shaver and it comes back from type 5705 to model 6520, 6525,6550 and 6515 flex integral ultra. Braun does not show me a 5705model, but type 5705. So your 5705 is actually a 6000 series :) anyhow, batteries for that model are available at places like this. It is soldered unto the logic board.

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Pos. No. Part Description Part Number

1 Protective cap 5503074

2 5000 series shaving foil frame order by description

3 5000 series cutter block order by description

4 Swivel frame (black) 5505633

4 Swivel frame (silver) 5504630

5 Sealing plate 5503014

6 Bearing screw 5504046

7 Screw 5504099

8 Head carrier (black) 5505634

8 Head carrier (silver) 5504631

9 Lower frame 5505032

10 Chassis with no. 11, 12, 15, 16 5504639

11 Locking pin 5504087

12 Spring 5504200

13 Lever 5504089

14 Spring 5504090

15 Latch 5504926

16 Switch 5504962

17 Motor 5704627

18 PCB, cpl. 5505631

19 Cover, cpl. 5504638

20 Hood 5504112

21 Sliding plate; w/no. 22 to 25 5705636

22 Lever 5504093

23 Leg spring 5504095

24 Leg spring 5504092

25 Transmission lever 5504091

26 Light insert 5505043

27 Cord socket, cpl. 5505638

28 Housing case; with no. 29 (black) 5705632

28 Housing case; with no. 29 (silver) 5704628

29 Locking button 5705012

30 End cap (dark gray) 5705637

30 End cap (silver) 5705640

31 Screw 5586038

32 Plug pin (gray) 5704055

Cleaning brush 5503120

Coiled cord 5323015

Case 5504852

To disassemble it, follow the service manual :

"The dismantling procedure is described in a logical order. For individual repairs, the order of the description can be altered.

· Shaving foil frame (2) - to be unlocked by pushing button "A";

- to be removed.

· Cutter block (3) - to be removed.

· Swivel frame (4) - Unscrew bearing screws (6).

- Remove swivel frame (4).

· Plug pins (32) - to be taken off with a needle.

· End cap (30) - unscrew screws (31).

- remove end cap (30).

· Housing case (28) - unlock locking button (29).

- take off housing case (28).

· Head carrier (8) - unscrew screws (7).

- remove head carrier (8).

· Lower frame (9) - to be removed by prying open with a knife between head

carrier (8) and lower frame (9).

· Cover (19) - to be taken off by unhinging the 4 notches "B" on the sides.

· PCB (18) - to be held underneath the batteries.

- to be taken out off the chassis (10).

· Motor (17) - Motor lower side to be unhinged out of plastic holder "C".

- Motor axis to be pushed out of oscillating bridge.

· Cord socket (27) - to be removed by snapping out notch "D" in the chassis (10).

· Light insert (26) - to be pushed out of the chassis (10); to be removed.

· Hood (20) - to be taken off the leading pins on the left and right sides of the sliding plate (21).

· Sliding plate (21) - to be pulled upwards out of the chassis (10), when switch is in position" 2". (Care has to be taken that the leg spring (24) and transmission lever (25) do not slip away.)

Reassembly

The reassembly has to be performed in reversed order. However, attention has to be paid to the following points:

Sliding plate (21) - Before inserting the sliding plate (21) please ensure that the transmission lever (25) and leg spring (24) are assembled correctly. (If necessary, attach transmission lever (25) with leg spring (24) to pin "E" of the sliding plate, while positioning cam "F" of the lever (22) in the switching coulisse, as shown in diagram).

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