Introduction

Battery Replacement guide for Oral-B White Pro 1000 rechargeable electric toothbrush due to faulty battery. This guide illustrates the disassembly of the Oral-B White Pro 1000 electric toothbrush. Use caution not to short the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals when handling the battery. This guide also requires the use of a soldering tool which reaches high temperatures. Refer to this helpful guide for some soldering and desoldering tips.

  1. Remove the brush head by pulling the top away from the base.
    • Remove the brush head by pulling the top away from the base.

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  2. Pry open the end cap from the toothbrush body.
    • Pry open the end cap from the toothbrush body.

    • Remove the spring.

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    • Apply pressure on the brush shaft to release the toothbrush internals.

    • Remove the internals through the bottom of the toothbrush body.

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    • Use flat head screwdriver to remove power button pressure plate.

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    • Desolder the coil wire from the motherboard.

    • Squeeze and remove coil from motherboard.

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    • Desolder the motor from motherboard.

    • Remove motherboard and battery from body of toothbrush internals.

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    • Desolder the battery connections from the motherboard.

    • Remove motherboard from battery holder.

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    • Pull to slide battery from battery housing.

    • Remove battery.

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Conclusion

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

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This guide also works for Oral-B genius 9000. Thank You!! On mine, the coil wires was losen. Just soldered it back and works fine again.

polken - Reply

What type of battery is that? It's not listed under “parts.”

Andrew Rothman - Reply

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