How to Disassemble a Braun Electric Shaver Model 7505

The Braun 7505 SyncroPro is an electric shaver that can be used with a battery or cord-charge for a close or longer hair trim shave.

How to Disassemble a Braun SyncroPro 7505

To clean the Braun 7505, the shaver foil and cutting block can be disassembled.To clean the Braun 7505, the shaver foil and cutting block can be disassembled.
According to the Braun 7505 User Instructional Manual, the 7505 can be disassembled for cleaning and maintenance or if parts need replacement, such as the shaver foil or cutter block. The 7505 SyncroPro should be cleaned weekly, while the foil and cutter block should replaced every 18 months, so understanding how to disassemble your shaver is key.

Turn off your Braun SyncroPro 7505. Press the on/off switch so it is in the "0" position, which is the uppermost option of the four shave speeds.

Slide off the foil protection cap, which is the transparent cover that rests on the 7505 SyncroPro's top shaver foil. Set aside.

Press the release buttons on each side of the 7505 SyncroPro's shaver foil, which release the lock. Lift off the shaver foil completely by sliding it off the base. Remove the inner cutter block by squeezing the levers below the cutter, which releases the block off the base.

Things You Will Need

  • Braun 7505 SyncroPro shaver

Tip

  • If you have problems disassembling your 7505 model, call the Braun consumer service line at 1-800-272-8611in the United States and 1-800-387-6657 in Canada. For replacement shaver foils, the part number is 7000.

Warning

  • If disassembling your SyncroPro 7505 for cleaning purposes, only the cleaning brush that came with the unit should be used to clean the cutter block.

About the Author

Leah Waldron is the head of Traveler Services at First Abroad, a gap year travel company based in Boston and London. As a travel, research and LGBT news writer, Waldron has publication credit on magazines and newspapers including "Curve Magazine," "USA Today," "The Sun Sentinel" and the "The Houston Chronicle." Waldron has a bachelor's and master's degree in creative writing from Florida State University.