1. Ensure razor is off and razor blade has been removed.
    • Ensure razor is off and razor blade has been removed.

  2. Locate crease in bottom third of razor.
    • Locate crease in bottom third of razor.

    • Hold razor in both hands, and place thumbs near crease.

    • Slightly bend the razor near crease.

    • Pull casing apart.

    • Device may turn on upon removal. Turn off razor before continuing.

    • Locate wires below motor on either side of circuit board.

    • Remove solder from each joint using solder removal kit.

    • Do not attempt to remove wires by force.

    • Remove new motor from package and place in position.

    • Motor should sit above circuit board with connection prongs facing downward. Additionally, center extrusion on bottom of motor should sit in provided hole.

Conclusion

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

Please dispose of servo motor properly. For recycling information, please contact your local waste management facilities or visit www.recycle.philips.com

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5 Comments

does removing the motor exposing the battery? In my unit I see some green thing underneath the motor, looks like a AA battery, can you confirm?

or is it from somewhere else? (I need to replace my battery)

Yarden Cohen - Reply

I just dismantled my shaver, and it has a 1.2v AA size NiMH battery (suppo hsy aa1200).

João Paulo Gomes -

I’m also curious about the battery. Any one have pictures of it or know what kind of battery it has inside?

James Almeida - Reply

I just dismantled my shaver, and it has a 1.2v AA size NiMH battery (suppo hsy aa1200)

João Paulo Gomes -

Thanks! This definitely helps.

James Almeida -

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