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Introduction

Use this guide to remove and replace the batteries in the Braun Cruzer 6 - Beard and Hair Trimmer, Model: 5417

  1. Remove the trimmer head. Remove the two screws with a Torx T5 or slotted screwdriver with which the cover is attached to the handpiece. Remove the cover.
    • Remove the trimmer head.

    • Remove the two screws with a Torx T5 or slotted screwdriver with which the cover is attached to the handpiece.

    • Remove the cover.

    • Now is a good opportunity to clean the inside of the device. Hair can interfere with the contacts of the battery.

    I think I already posted a comment but I can’t see it.

    Your excellent guide saved me from purchasing a new beard trimmer. After replacing the batteries it works again like a charm!

    Thank you

    King Arthur - Réponse

  2. Remove the back cover. Using a flat head screw driver, remove the screw holding the power board in place. Use compressed air to clean the motor. Take this opportunity to lubricate the trimmer with an anti-rust spray or WD-40.
    • Remove the back cover.

    • Using a flat head screw driver, remove the screw holding the power board in place.

    • Use compressed air to clean the motor. Take this opportunity to lubricate the trimmer with an anti-rust spray or WD-40.

    • Remove the two AAA batteries by soldering them with soldering iron and des soldering pump.

    • Bend the terminals of the new batteries and solder them back in the right direction

    • If the batteries are already slightly charged, you can briefly press the power button to check if the motor is working

    • Insert the board again, with the side towards the motor first

  3. This step shows the removal of the upper cover. This area also can benefit from cleaning and lubrication to help improve the performance of the beard trimmer. This step shows the removal of the upper cover. This area also can benefit from cleaning and lubrication to help improve the performance of the beard trimmer. This step shows the removal of the upper cover. This area also can benefit from cleaning and lubrication to help improve the performance of the beard trimmer.
    • This step shows the removal of the upper cover. This area also can benefit from cleaning and lubrication to help improve the performance of the beard trimmer.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow the above steps in reverse order.

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Your guide saved me from purchasing a new device.

After replacing the batteries it works again like a charm!

King Arthur - Réponse

Thanks this was helpful. The Braun Series 3 Hair Clipper HC3050 has a VERY similar design. Some additional notes: After removing the screws, it takes a bit of force to get the back separated from the front. I had to gently pry it apart with a screw driver. The very inside is slightly different, but same concept.

Jaden Fox - Réponse

Die Anleitung war sehr hilfreich.

Der Austausch der Batterien ging ziemlich gut.

Wilhelm Gregorius - Réponse

What's the battery type? Triple A? I can read ni-mh 1.2v 1230 (mah?) thanks

Andrea Corinaldesi - Réponse

NiMH 1.2V 800mAh

Frank Boye -

The batteries contacts are soldered to the board. How do i get them off without breaking the contact parts? and how do i get them to stick onto the new batteries? (I don’t have a soldering iron)

Thanks in advance !!

Dr.Beardface - Réponse

You have to solder anyway. The batteries you have to buy, are pre-installed with a solder tail. You will find them on amazon (AAA, 1,2V + solder tail .. they are Eneloops for example in such version) So: no soldering, no solution.

bernd.bluemel -

I think one pcc— 1.2 V 1800 mah AA battary

Ünsal Şeker - Réponse

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