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Why does my Remington P-6020 battery keep discharging completely?

I can charge the shaver for hours to get the battery charged Even if it is charged and I store it for a day, the battery is completely discharged. How do I remove it?

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Bypassed batteries. still no good. bought new shaver

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SOURCE: New Remington MS 280. Unable to charge after the first few shaves

Check the powerr lead in the first instance. If there's no power from the lead it may need to be replaced.

Otherwise there could be a problem with either the control board or the batteries. It's only a recent model so I'm leaning towards the lead.

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the item has a 2 year warranty. if you have proof of purchase date, you should call Braun for warranty service. Phone number is in your owner manual

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SOURCE: My rechargeable Remington R960 shaver

You will find the correct battery type at shaveroutlet.com. See link below. You will need two

http://shaveroutlet.com/shaver-replacement-parts/batteries/shaver-battery-pack-for-most-shavers-p-211.html

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