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spbnick commented Jun 24, 2016

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A very helpful no-nonsense tutorial - practical, well illustrated and mercifully free from nerdy self advertisement unlike most utube vids - thank you. I look forward to getting my new batteries!

A very helpful no-nonsense tutorial - practical, well illustrated and mercifully free from nerdy self advertisement unlike most utube vids - thank you. I look forward to getting my new batteries!

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Thanks for the kind feedback, @tabourider. Good luck with your repair! Please write if you find any problem with my instructions.

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spbnick commented Jul 9, 2016

Thanks for the kind feedback, @tabourider. Good luck with your repair! Please write if you find any problem with my instructions.

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Hi Nikolai

Very kind of you to respond! I probably bought my Cruzer about the same
time as you got yours as it's down to three shaves if I'm quick. Your
mention of the security tabs breaking made me wonder where from exactly? Do
they shake out easily so that they don't foul any of the mechanicals?

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Hi Nikolai

Very kind of you to respond! I probably bought my Cruzer about the same
time as you got yours as it's down to three shaves if I'm quick. Your
mention of the security tabs breaking made me wonder where from exactly? Do
they shake out easily so that they don't foul any of the mechanicals?

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Well, I haven't found any. I also didn't hear them rattling about. Perhaps they are small and are left hanging on a piece of bent plastic.

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spbnick commented Jul 10, 2016

Well, I haven't found any. I also didn't hear them rattling about. Perhaps they are small and are left hanging on a piece of bent plastic.

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Thanks for your quick reply and reassurance, Nikolai. Have a great day!

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Thanks for your quick reply and reassurance, Nikolai. Have a great day!

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usolomer Sep 17, 2016

Thanks for the tutorial. Seems this is the time when the batteries for that model die. Just replaced mine with the help of your tutorial. Didn't expect to find a tutorial at all.

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I hadn't realized that the device switches itself off internally as soon as you remove the battery case. So even if you reassemble everything immediatly after, without replacing anything, you can't switch it on again. Only after you placed the device into the loading craddle for a few seconds it will turn itself on again and work as usual. Bear that in mind, when replacing your batteries.

Thanks for the tutorial. Seems this is the time when the batteries for that model die. Just replaced mine with the help of your tutorial. Didn't expect to find a tutorial at all.

Some note thought:
I hadn't realized that the device switches itself off internally as soon as you remove the battery case. So even if you reassemble everything immediatly after, without replacing anything, you can't switch it on again. Only after you placed the device into the loading craddle for a few seconds it will turn itself on again and work as usual. Bear that in mind, when replacing your batteries.

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@usolomer Yeah, that's what I tried to describe at the end. I was puzzled at first too. Glad to hear my instructions helped!

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spbnick commented Sep 17, 2016

@usolomer Yeah, that's what I tried to describe at the end. I was puzzled at first too. Glad to hear my instructions helped!

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