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Shaver Battery Pack fits most Norelco models & others
If your batteries look like the ones pictured, these are the correct replacements. Each battery is 1.2V & 600mAH
All shavers require soldering to install batteries. if you are not equipped to do this, contact us about our repair services.
This battery pack has dozens of applications, therefore, no installation instructions are included.
NiCd Battery pack with easy solder tabs
Battery pack is two batteries connected together as pictured
Each individual battery is 1 7/8" long and 9/16" diameter
Each battery is 1.2V & 600mAH
Will fit the following models (this is a partial list only): Norelco 5601X 3865XL 7864XL 7886XL 8865XL 7885XL HQ8865 7865XL 8883XL 7735X 7737X 7775X 7866XL 7867XL 8867XL 400DX 6716X 6711X 6709X 6706X 6705X 6701X 605RX 650TX 665RX 825RX 835RX 875RX 905RX 955RX 965PE 965RX 968RX 885RX 915RX 935RX 945RX 985RX 300SX 4805XL 4845XL 4865XL 4853XL 4852XL 4817XL 4816XL 5825XL 5845XL 5848XL 5865XL 5885XL 5867XL 5864XL 5863XL 5862XL 4807XL 4625X 5849XL 5855XLD 5842XL 8845XL 8825XL 3805XL 5886XL 7845XL 7825XL 4825XL 6735A 6735A/X 6756X 6756X/A 6863XL 5602X 5602XL 6885XL 6865XL 6846XL 6826XL 6828XL 6829XL 5861XL 5841XL 5821XL 5801XL 5801XL 5841XL 5861XL 6826XL 6885XL 6887XL 6886XLD 6867XL 6866XL 6848XL 5802XL 5817XL 5842XL 5855XLD 5842XL 5822XL 5887XL 6886XL 4821XL 4821XL/A 5603X 5864XL 6885XL 3801XL 5863XL 5864XL 5867XL 7616X 7617X 8846XL 5616X 5615X 5655A 5655A/X 5565X/B 5565X T990
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158 of 159 found the following review helpful:
Needs electronics savyJul 09, 2008
By J. Muir
I would definitely discourage the average person from attempting a battery pack change at all. If you have a mechanical knack, some electronics experience and access to a tiny soldering pencil (3/32" 700 or 800 degree tip), it is doable. On my Norelco 6885XL, my steps were: 1) Let the shaver run to discharge the old battery pack. 2) Remove 2 screws holding the two halves together and take the two halves apart. 3) Use needle-nosed pliers to slightly bend each side of the spring clips inward, then up. 4) After you get the two spring clips off, use electronics side cutters to cut the leads of the bad battery pack about 3/16" above the plastic cradle and remove the bad battery pack. Do not attempt to de-solder the bad battery pack's leads from the printed circuit board. That takes a lot of expertise and special equipment and if you don't know what you're doing, you'll ruin the PC board. 5) Bend the leads of the new battery pack into a `V' shape so that when the new battery pack is in the cradle, the new leads are against the old leads in the PC board. 6) Solder the new leads to the old leads, re-install the spring clips, put the two halves of the shaver back together, and charge the new battery pack.
54 of 55 found the following review helpful:
Replace Without Soldering -- Not Too DifficultFeb 20, 2010
By Cisco Kid
I agree with others who said do NOT attempt to solder: it's not necessary, and would require the right tools and some decent experience to do successfully.
The no-solder approach described by others worked for me. Here's a slightly edited version of someone else's instructions that took me less than 10 minutes:
1) Let the shaver run to discharge the old battery pack.
2) Remove 2 screws holding shaver case halves together; separate halves.
3) Remove the two spring-clips: using needle-nosed pliers, slightly bend each side of the spring clips inward (or outward, depending on model) to disengage, then lift to remove.
4) One end of the battery pack has two flat metal leads that pass thru the plastic cradle, thru the printed-circuit board and are soldered to the underside of the P-C board. Using small electronics side-cutters, cut these leads as close to the batteries as possible and remove the battery pack. The idea is to leave as much of the metal leads as possible visible and accessible in the cradle.
5) Bend the leads of the new battery pack into a `V' shape so that when the new battery pack is inserted into the cradle, the new leads are forced into contact against the old leads. (Optional: Before inserting the new battery pack completely into the cradle, solder the new leads to the old leads; I did NOT solder them together, the old and new leads make sufficiently tight contact once the battery pack is fully inserted into the cradle.)
6) Re-install the spring clips, screw the two shaver halves back together, charge overnite.
Mine now runs like new!
47 of 52 found the following review helpful:
Norelco replacement batteryJan 10, 2007
By Paul Holtzman
Purchased this replacement battery from Shaver World via Amazon. Delivery was prompt. When I could not figure out how to get the original battery out of the shaver I called the vendor. He went out of his way to give me specific instructions for removing the old and installing the new battery. This involved some non-intuitve techniques and I appreciated the help they provided. Not all internet sellers are willing to be that helpful.
22 of 24 found the following review helpful:
Tricky to installJan 16, 2008
By Inner Quest
In order to install these you have to de-solder the old battery at the circuit board, then insert the tabs of the new battery into the slots on the circuit board and solder them in place. Easier said than done, especially if you don't have soldering experience. I highly recommend a solder removal bulb before you attempt this. I didn't have one and it took a while. Also be patient while doing this, a hot soldering iron is murder on plastic parts :) Having gone through this "ordeal" the new batteries don't feel as strong as the original, I may have shorted something during installation. Yeah, Do remember you're working with a hot battery (sparks)!!!
13 of 13 found the following review helpful:
Soldering is nonsense...Dec 25, 2009
By Ronald P. Friel
After reading a number of reviews indicating that soldering is essential I finally came across one that indicated that all that was needed was a small pair of metal snips. Worked like a charm. The old leads poke through thin holes in the plastic bracket for the battery. Straightening the leads from the new battery to poke back through the holes (there is just enough room to keep them tight against the remains of the cut leads) was all that was needed. It literally took two minutes. Less is more...
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