Introduction

This guide will teach how to disassemble Phillips Satinelle for parts replacement

Unplug the device and remove the purple guard.
  • Unplug the device and remove the purple guard.

  • Remove the head by pressing the right side of the head (with the device facing away from you).

  • You will hear a 'click' and the head will become dislodged from the body of the device.

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While wearing safety glasses, use a plastic opening tool to pry from right to left to pry out the  tensor clip.
  • While wearing safety glasses, use a plastic opening tool to pry from right to left to pry out the tensor clip.

  • Be careful not to lose the clip. It will likely fly off when it releases.

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  • The left side will swing down.

  • Remove the Tweezers.

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  • Remove the plastic component that swings down.

  • Use fingernails to lift clips from stubs.

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  • Using Needle Nose pliers remove metal roller track on both sides of the Tweezers Head.

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  • Use a spudger to pry the gear housing unit from the base.

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  • Use your thumbnail and a pair of needle nose pliers to push out the gear housing retention pin.

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Conclusion

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

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2 Comments

can we open the lower part which holds the motor and gear..

actualy the gear which holds the motor is gone bad i think.. so i want to replace it ..

can this be fixed..??

Md Wasim Anwar - Reply

Same here .. wanted to open the bottom part which holds a longish gear .. the top gear fits in a very small portion of the bottom long gear so the long gear has worn out in just that area

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