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Model ES-1000 has been discontinued for a few years now. The replacement heads were also discontinued.
Unfortunately, Remington did not make a similar model to replacethe ES-1000.
The flat, slot style type head is what made the ES-1000 very popular with many users. Unfortunately, there are no manufacturers who make a flat, slot head shaver at this time.
Remington replaced the ES-1000 with the HGX-1. However, the HGX-1 really is not the same design at all. There is no real replacement for the flat head style shaver. No one currently manufacturs a flat head style shaver like the ES-1000
By removing the decorative cover plate you somewhat expose the units inner workings. Carefully, insert a small sharp object into the unit at the point in which the micro-switch(es) are exposed. The micro-switch(es) will appear as small little plastic tabs that are poking out. While simultaneously depressing the power button, insert the sharp object into the micro-switch(es) closing the circuit. The down draft will raise enough to the point in which you can re-seat or install the filter thus making it operational.