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Remmington Shaver

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by [email protected], May 29, 2004.

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  1. Guest

    I have a Remmington RS6963 re-chargeable shaver which I want to change the
    cells on. I have read various newsgroup articles on the pro's and Con's
    and am happy with the process. I have one snag I cant see how to get at the
    cells. I can get the razor apart and can see the cells in a carrier on
    which a circuit board sits. I can see a few clips that should release the
    circuit board but it wont budge, leading me to believe that I have to do
    something else but what?.

    Any help appreciated

  2. Rick

    Rick Guest

    On most shavers you don't need to remove the circuit board --
    just break the contacts on the battery terminals, then resolder
    the new cells on. Get rechargeable batteries with solder tabs
    already installed.

  3. Guest

    The cells are inside the battery holder with the circuit board on the

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