Introdução

This guide is for the Philips Sonicare 2 series HX6211/46 toothbrush. It shows you how to replace the battery for this toothbrush. He is a link for a guide how to soldering which will be needed for this guide. Como soldar e dessoldar contatos

Remove brush on top of device.
  • Remove brush on top of device.

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Remove the 12 mm T8 Torx screw from the bottom of the toothbrush. After removing the screw, pry off the base with a plastic opening tool.
  • Remove the 12 mm T8 Torx screw from the bottom of the toothbrush. After removing the screw, pry off the base with a plastic opening tool.

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  • Remove the internal electronic mechanism from the housing by prying the red clips shown in the figure. This removes the charging port.

  • Be very careful not to damage the charging port during this step. Otherwise you will have to solder this part back to the device as shown in the second figure.

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  • Next you will be able to remove the internal electronic mechanism as shown in the figure.

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  • Remove the white battery cover as shown in the figure.

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  • Remove the white circuit board cover as shown. This cover will require you to pry off the piece from the groves .

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  • Pry the battery out of the side closest to the charging coil as shown in the photo by the red circle.

  • Do not use metal tools do to the fact that it could injury you.

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  • Desolder the connection on the opposite end of the battery.

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  • Well, the VOLTAGE of this battery is about 2.8 to 2.9 Volts. The size is same as that of TWO AAA Cells. Two AAA in series can easily replace the existing battery. Ni-Mh AAA cells of Energizer can do the job. Disconnect the existing battery but don’t remove the metallic connection to the circuit.

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Conclusão

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

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Step 3 is incorrect. The only things keeping the internals secured in the casing are the two ‘elbows’ clearly visible in Step 3 picture 2. Simply pry these away from the depressions in the casing and the works slide out, with a little push from the top stem. The method describing the 3 red clips does no good (besides being nearly impossible to accomplish) and presents a clear risk of breaking the hair-thin wires

craig chatfield - Responder

The method described in Step 3 to remove the internals from the casing is incorrect. Rather than prying the 3 red clips (nearly impossible anyhow) all that is required is to pry the two ‘elbows’ visible in step 3, photo 2, away from the depressions in the casing. Voila.

craig chatfield - Responder

The two comments are correct, the earlier teardown is from a much earlier Sonicare. All the current models just need a spatula to depress the white detents while applying pressure gently from the brush end. The assembly will then easily pop right out.

jhuffaker - Responder

How to get a new battery for this Philips Sonicare 2 Plaque control toothbrush.

Well, the VOLTAGE of this battery is about 2.8 to 2.9 Volts. The size is same as that of TWO AAA Cells. Two AAA in series can easily replace the existing battery.

Ni-Mh AAA cells of energizer can do the job. Disconnect the existing battery but don’t remove the metallic connection to the circuit.

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