How to Replace the Battery in a Remington Titanium R 960

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How to Replace the Battery in a Remington Titanium R 960
You must occasionally replace electric razor batteries. (old electric shaver image by Paul Moore from Fotolia.com)

The Remington Titanium R-960 razor uses a rechargeable battery. The indicator light turns to red when the battery requires a new charge. However, the battery will eventually wear down and refuse to accept one. The Remington R-960 model is currently unavailable. Typically, you must buy replacement batteries from Remington. The Titanium R-960 uses the same batteries as the R-846, R-950 and R-970.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • Small screwdriver

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Disconnect the shaver from any electrical sockets. Remove it from the charger. Turn the shaver off.

  2. 2

    Gently lift the electric razor's head and pull it away from the razor.

  3. 3

    Insert a small screwdriver into the screw on the top-back of the razor. Remove this screw by turning the screwdriver counter-clockwise. Repeat this process with the screw near the bottom of the back of the razor.

  4. 4

    Pry the two sides of the razor apart.

  5. 5

    Place one finger on the battery to hold it in place. Slide the clips that attach to the terminal on the battery away from the battery.

  6. 6

    Remove the dead battery and set it aside.

  7. 7

    Insert the replacement battery. Slide the clips back to their original position.

  8. 8

    Push the two sides of the razor back in place.

  9. 9

    Place the screws in their original position. Tighten using a screwdriver.

Tips and warnings

  • Drop your used batteries off at a recycling centre. Many electronics stores, such as Best Buy, have drop boxes for used batteries.

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