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Introduction

Battery Replacement guide for Oral-B White Pro 1000 rechargeable electric toothbrush due to faulty battery. This guide illustrates the disassembly of the Oral-B White Pro 1000 electric toothbrush. Use caution not to short the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals when handling the battery. This guide also requires the use of a soldering tool which reaches high temperatures. Refer to this helpful guide for some soldering and desoldering tips.

  1. Remove the brush head by pulling the top away from the base.
    • Remove the brush head by pulling the top away from the base.

  2. Pry open the end cap from the toothbrush body. Remove the spring. Remove the spring.
    • Pry open the end cap from the toothbrush body.

    • Remove the spring.

  3. Apply pressure on the brush shaft to release the toothbrush internals. Remove the internals through the bottom of the toothbrush body.
    • Apply pressure on the brush shaft to release the toothbrush internals.

    • Remove the internals through the bottom of the toothbrush body.

  4. Use flat head screwdriver to remove power button pressure plate. Use flat head screwdriver to remove power button pressure plate.
    • Use flat head screwdriver to remove power button pressure plate.

  5. Desolder the coil wire from the motherboard. Check out this helpful guide for some soldering and desoldering tips. Squeeze and remove coil from motherboard.
    • Desolder the coil wire from the motherboard.

    • Check out this helpful guide for some soldering and desoldering tips.

    • Squeeze and remove coil from motherboard.

  6. Desolder the motor from motherboard. Remove motherboard and battery from body of toothbrush internals.
    • Desolder the motor from motherboard.

    • Remove motherboard and battery from body of toothbrush internals.

  7. Desolder the battery connections from the motherboard. Remove motherboard from battery holder.
    • Desolder the battery connections from the motherboard.

    • Remove motherboard from battery holder.

  8. Pull to slide battery from battery housing. Remove battery.
    • Pull to slide battery from battery housing.

    • Remove battery.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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This guide also works for Oral-B genius 9000. Thank You!! On mine, the coil wires was losen. Just soldered it back and works fine again.

polken - Réponse

Same with mine: coil was loose. I guessed it because the red blinking light would not react (turn off) by putting the toothbrush on the charger. (checked also a second charger, never through away older parts, using as spare…) ;)

Karsten -

What type of battery is that? It's not listed under “parts.”

Andrew Rothman - Réponse

I’ve wrote it in another comment as well, but in case you didn’t see it: As far as I know, these are 4/5 AA batteries with about 1200 mAh and U-shaped solder tails. So the size of the battery is roughly 42x14mm . But as mentioned in the comments, regular AA size batteries worked in my case as well, just had to cut the spacers in the battery retainer. AA batteries are cheaper to get obviously and most likely they’ll have more capacity as well.

benn_i -

I have had my Oralb 1000 for only 1 month, bought in Apri, 2019l, quit charging at the end of May, 2019, May 31, so I caution anyone that might buy this rechargeable toothbrush, I hope they have better luck

Dennis L. Lindsey - Réponse

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