Question about Philips Health & Beauty
It is likely that your rechargable batteries are no longer capable of taking a charge and have become degraded to the point they need to be replaced.
Without a model number, I can't provide you with the disassembly steps to open up the shaver and the correct replacement batteries.
Once the rechargable batteries have degraded to the point that they cannot hold even a minimal charge, it could become possible that the shaver won't operate even with the electric power cord connected directly with a power outlet. Hence, it is a good idea to replace the batteries soon to also prevent damage that can occur to the internal electronics by leaking batteries
You can go to www.electricshaver.com and look for the batteries for your model number. You can also contact them directly to get an estimate for having them do the repair service, if you wish.
Hope you find this info Very Helpful and best regards!
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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