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Hi All.  When I was in hospital the nurses would shave off my whiskers. Then I was discharged to lockdown and I haven’t been able to get to the barbers since. But now the beard idea is getting too much. I found a beard trimmer online, and it arrived yesterday. The instructions said push the arrows, I saw the arrows okay, but, I didn’t see the Indians. And wouldn’t you know it another “PRC” product. This is one occasion when I am sorry that I haven’t got grandchildren. Does anyone know how I can slide off that battery cover , please. Best wishes Kevin 



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 Posted: Sun Jul 25th, 2021 02:43 pm
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Any chance of a photo of it Kevin - there are many different battery trays....... :hmm



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Hi Petermac.  Thank you for your reply. I don’t believe it, I have put a lot of photos in the gallery, but after Faffing around it seems like I have lost the plot as far as sending photos is concerned. But the manufacturer is WAHL another PRC product. I will sleep on it and have another go tomorrow. Best wishes Kevin



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There are many different Wahl beard trimmers.



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Hi Ron. Thank you for your reply. I would add a photo, if I could, but, as one PRC beard trimmer looks similar to another, it could be pointless?   Best wishes Kevin



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Wahl used to be good gear. Now it's made in China, it's lost it's appeal. Sometimes with a new battery powered product, you have to use a small screwdriver or something to slide the battery cover off, or is there a tiny screw that you haven't noticed?



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Was it any of these in this link?
https://au.wahl.com/Product-Listing.aspx?cf=proTrimmerCordless



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