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Lost Power 120VAC cable, Am Now in Peru with 220VAC

I bought a shaver In the US, lost the cord, then moved to Peru. I believe the shaver is 12VDC, so I guess the cable has an adaptor. I hope it is a 100-220 VAC adaptor. Help!

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1. Read the voltage info. on the razor. Their should be a label on the razor or info. in the instruction manual that came with the razor. 2. If the label doesn't say 120/220 input voltage you will not be able to use your razor. 3. If you use a adapter but the razor is rated for only 120volts input & you plug it into a 220volt socket you may burn your razor up & it may even cause death. 4. Remember find out the input voltage on the razor label & make sure it's the same as the output voltage as your wall socket. If it doesn't match, don't plug it up!

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SOURCE: Braun 4775 Electric Shaver Power cord

I would visit this website:

They have a link for replacement parts and a Contact Us link. By contacting Braun, you may get the name/address of the nearest parts dealer. I would think Los Angeles has a bunch
of repair shops and parts dealers.

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SOURCE: shaver has lost charge, won't recharge on station,

here is the link to the manual and the service center

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SOURCE: I lost my Philips Coolskin 7775X shaver charger.

Hi, You can purchase a new charging cord from for around $23.00 which is probably the best thing to do if you want to keep using the shaver.

Otherwise the specs for the shaver are as follows:

  • Input voltage 100-240 V-AC
  • Output voltage 15V DC, 360MA
The part number for the replacement charging adpater cord is #3605160

Here's a link to the part you're looking for, should you decide to purchase a replacement instead of trying to make your own charger, which will be difficult unless you have the full array of electrical components and ability to fabricate it.

You can also give them a call at 1-888-476-1785

Hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

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SOURCE: I plugged the shaver in Italy, I believe I fried

Yes. take both the shaver and cord into any radio shack store where they will test it for you and/or sell you the device to test it yourself. Joe

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