Its a big manual without much information in it. Just simple things in 20 different languages! I have one here if you have any perticular question? Nick. (Just got mine this morning - very impressed!) Nick.
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You will find a user manual for your model at the link below<br />
The head assembly on your shaver consists of three components; the heads, head holder and retainer. If any of these parts are damaged or missing it will not go back together properly.
You can view these items using the links below from shaveroutlet.com
For many older Norelco shavers, such as this model, the power cord simply connects 110 VAC to the shaver. The principle voltage reduction and current limit circuitry for the motor and battery charging are within the shaver. That is why the cord is just a cord, available for under $5 online (<$10 with shipping), without a housing for a transformer or electronics within the cord.
The amperage will likely be very low, e.g. <0.1A, but I do not have access to this model for checking actual requirements.
Just de-solder the red and black wires and pull out the battery.
Put it in a plastic bag to stop it shorting out on anything metal or cover the terminals with tape.
The battery must be recycled properly as it contains toxic cadmium.
As long as the battery is not leaking then it poses no threat to you.
Refitting the new battery is just as simple, re-solder the red wire to the +terminal and black to the -terminal.
Be sure to charge the razor as you would a new one i.e. 8 hours.
Hope this helps.