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Voltage: own a 220 volt Series 3 330 shaver , now in Canada 110 v

Is there an adapter available to allow me to charge my 220 volt Braun Series 3 330 razor now that I live in Canada where the electricity is 100/115 volts?

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    was shaving turned razor off to put more soap on and razor would not restart. It was fully charges. Any suggestions as to what to check?

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You can try dryer power port, it's 220V, and you have to buy a adapter to replace the port on the wall accord with your Braun, or to buy a transformer (110 - 220).

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http://shaveroutlet.com/shaver-replacement-parts/braun-7000-series-syncro-clean-charge-base-replacement-part-p-118.html

If repairing your existing clean and charge machine is not an option, you will find the entire machine available at the link below

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There isn't anything in the manual about the multiple voltage for charging the shaver, so I'd have to defer to the Braun (Gillette/Proctor & Gamble) customer service folks to make absolutely certain of what can and can't be used as a charging voltage before trying.

Here's a link to your manual, in case you're missing yours.

http://www.retrevo.com/d/ds/progress?doc=9142c4ae65df1746d12fc67fdc01df52

You can ALSO reach the Braun Customer Service folks by calling them at 1-800-BRAUN 11 (1-800-272-8611)

I hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

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