Introduction

The removal of the battery is a rather easy process, but very critical when thinking about the use of this razor. Many people will use an electric razor until it dies for the first time, but rather than replacing the battery, they will just buy another electric razor. This is an expensive habit to get into when one can just replace the battery and use the same razor for an extended period of time. With the use of this Replacement Guide, one can easily change the battery in the razor as many times as they would like.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Use a spudger to remove the rubber piece on the back of the razor.
    • Use a spudger to remove the rubber piece on the back of the razor.

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  2. Use a Torx T8 to remove (4) 10 mm screws from housing.
    • Use a Torx T8 to remove (4) 10 mm screws from housing.

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    • Remove the rear cover from the device.

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    • Remove the battery from the holster inside the device.

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    • Replace the battery with a new 1300 mAh Sanyo (UR18500Y) battery.

    • Be sure to insert the battery the correct way.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Alex Speer

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Where do you buy the Battery?

bruce Forsyth - Reply

Any idea on how to remove/replace the drive unit? I bought a new one but the plastic backing is extremely hard to get off.

Chris - Reply

Thank you for the awesome tutorial Alex!

I just wanted to comment that a small flat-head screw driver can be used to remove the 4 screws (under the rubber handle piece) if you don’t have a Torx tool. The screws each have 1 small slot across the head and if you’re careful you can remove and re-install them without too much trouble.

Thanks again for helping to save me a lot of trouble with this Alex… and avoid having to buy a new electric razor!

-jb-

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