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HQRP Battery for Philips Norelco 7140XL 7145XL 7240XL 7260XL T870 T900 T960 T970 WS400 WS600 Razor / Shaver plus Screwdriver and Coaster

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HQRP Battery for Philips Norelco 7140XL 7145XL 7240XL 7260XL T870 T900 T960 T970 WS400 WS600 Razor / Shaver plus Screwdriver and Coaster + Philips Norelco HQ8 Dual Precision Replacement Heads
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Product Features

  • HQRP® Rechargeable Battery plus HQRP® Screwdriver and HQRP® Coaster;
  • Battery Voltage: 1.2V, Capacity: 1200mAh; Ni-Mh;
  • 100% compatible with Original Battery;
  • 200 Days warranty!

Product Description

Compatible with: Philips Norelco 7140XL 7145XL 7240XL 7260XL T870 T900 T960 T970 WS400 WS600. Please, notice that to replace the battery it is necessary to disassemble the Shaver. All shavers require soldering to install battery. If You are not sure that can disassemble the Shaver and install the battery correctly, we recommend to ask a specialist for help.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Battery great, but really need replacement instructions December 15, 2012
By WRP
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Love my Norelco T900 beard trimmer, until it no longer would hold a charge. Replaced with this battery and now the trimmer works great.

However, the tool and coaster were completely unnecessary, the battery is the item needed. Replacent of the battery as not for a novice. There were no instructions on how to take the trimmer apart, and none available from Norelco. However I did find a good "fix-it" site that gave 8 trimmer disassembly steps. Took me about 1.5 hours to replace the battery (need to solder it). Don't know how many hours the disassembly process puzzle would have taken w/o the website instructions.

For convenience, here are the instuctions

Disassembly:

1. Remove screw.
2. Use a small flat-head screwdriver to pry the front bottom cover off.
3. Remove trimmer head at the very top. It flips open and then pops out.
4. Remove the sheet metal clasp at the top that is between the trimmer head and motor output. This piece also holds the two halves of the body together.
4. Extend the mini-trimmer, then remove it. Pry the plastic loop up over the guide to completely remove it.
5. Turn height adjustment ring all the way past the "9" setting to pop it out of the track. Keep pushing up and turning it to get it as high as possible in order to expose two tabs for the back side of the body.
6. Press the two tabs in to pop the upper body out. Note that there is a small doo-hickey on a spring that locks the adjustment ring in its positions. This located at the back of the razor in a little hole, with the spring end going into the hole and the pointy end facing up to fit into the notches on the adjustment ring.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Great battery... pain to replace February 19, 2014
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Just want to agree with the previous reviews and emphasize that the coaster is probably to encourage you to get comfortable with a warm cup of tea at your work bench, cause it's going to take a while to get this battery replaced. I just winged it without instructions... didn't realize it was going to be so involved. (Maybe HQRP could attach a link to a short training video on each step for replacement.) In short, after disassembling the shaver, you're going to have to take needle-nose pliers to the tabs leading from the circuit board to the battery posts, rip them off of the old battery posts to get it out, yet still keep the tabs to the circuit board intact so you can solder them to the tabs on the new battery posts. Once you do that and reassemble, the battery works like a dream and you will have breathed new life into your favorite shaver!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Battery works fine, but not an easy replacement job June 17, 2013
By Dan L
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I used tips from the other reviewer here to help me through the process. It would have been nice if the battery came labeled with + and - on the ends. It was a job and took me longer than the 1.5 hours that it took him. End result is the new battery holds a charge and works fine. Not a job for the easily frustrated person.
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