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ESLA63 shaver Went dead and no display, replaced battery but no luck Waht mught be problem

Shaver Went dead & no display, replaced battery but no luck Waht mught be problem

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My shaver is not recharging

Most likely, the batteries are dead and need replaced. You need two batteries and they can be found at See link below

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When does the batteries need replacement?

the shaver will slow down as the batteries discharge. To suddenly stop suggests either loose batteries or faulty switch. There should be a charging cradle for the shaver to keep it working but if you need batteries then open the battery cover and replace with the same batteries.

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Battery appears to be dead.. Plugged it in and no power.. completely dead and no way to recharge battery. Unsure if cord is bad or if its battery only. Norelco shaver 5885 XL model.

It is very unlikely that the cord is bad unless it has been severely stressed. Most likely, the problem is the battery but it is impossible for me to say for sure.
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Dead batteries will cause the shaver not to charge. Batteries for model 5821XL can be found at See link below

To change, remove two screws on back and remove back cover. Remove plastic clip that is in the way of removing batteries. For easier replacement, it is suggested that you use a modified installation technique. This is to break the tabs off of the old batteries rather than unsoldering them from the circuit board. This allows the old batteries to be removed but leaves the tabs attached to the circuit board. You can then solder the tabs from the new batteries to the old existing tabs
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My sansa won't stay charged & one minute I'm listening to my music but then the volume just goes out. The music is still playing but cannot hear it.

Your MP3 might have hardware problems. The battery might be permanently dead and the headsed jack mught be damaged. You'll get real help on service with this...

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My braun 6550 model was recharged but no display seen any more. The shaver has been used for more than 7-8 years. But this time I use it when it is low battery & charging at the same time. I try to...

This shaver model was very popular back in the 1990's. They aren't meant to last more than 10 years with regular use. They can be reconditioned, as replacement parts are available, but it's probably not worth the trouble. You've put your shaver to good use--it's time for a new one. You can offer up your shaver on eBay for parts as-is and actually make a little $$ (some people can make use of the parts, for those who repair these things). I'd recommend getting an 8000 series model. They are very well made and still quite a lot cheaper than the 9000 (Pulsonic) series.

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Replace battery

Depends on waht kind of shaver do you have. I just changed battery in my remington R650. There are 6 screws to hold the shaver together and they are all hinden. Step 1 to take off the shaver blade assembly on top. It is very easy because it is linked by a wire spring. Two scews will revealed and took them out using a philips screw driver. Then take top black part off then threw shafts to drive the blades will come off together. Then took the trim off. It will take some time. I have to take a piece by piece. Then take two red plastic covers pieces off which will reveal 4 screws under it. I use thin knife to pry them off. After you take off 4 screws, the shaver will be open. You will see the two NiCd 600amh batteres connected serial inside the shaver. They are soldered through wires to the PCB.

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I have a Norelco 5822 XL cordless electric shaver. Suddenly it went dead and wouldn't take a charge. I took it to Batteries plus where the salesman said the batteries were completely dead. He changed the...

If the old batteries were corroded, that may have damaged the circuit board. If the batteries were getting hot before the shaver died, the heat may also have damaged the circuit board. It is also very possible that the salesperson did not do a good job installing them as they are not trained in replacing batteries in shavers.
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