Question about Braun 360° Complete Electric Shaver
In your case, it's hard to know exactly what might be wrong without
more information. Was the shaver exposed to undue heat, such as left
in a car or in a place that wasn't air conditioned in the hot summer?
I have a couple of vintage Braun shavers (over 15 years old) where the batteries do not hold a charge, but the shavers still work when plugged in. One of them will show a low charge level but still work.
Although the batteries in these shavers are fairly robust, if fully discharged and not used for 18 months, it might be that they've got a "low level memory" and will need replacing. If you are handy, you could disassemble the shaver and replace the batteries. They are NiMh AA flat top batteries that you can buy on websites like onlybatteries.com. If you're handing with soldering, you can replace them yourself. If you're unsure about that, you can buy the batteries along with the circuit board as a complete unit that drops right into place. Shaveroutlet.com sells these for the 360 complete shavers. Good luck!
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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