Question about Remington ES-1000 Electric Shaver
I have the same razor. If it has been sitting too long the internal nicad batteries may not accept a charge and this razor does require the internal battery to not be totaly dead even using with the power cord. Try leaving the unit plugged in for a week or so and see if it "wakes" up. It it is supposed to automatically charge when plugged in (leave the switch in the "off" position). Mine did eventually wake up and I got another few months useage out of it. The internal two cell nicad batteries are soldered to the circuit board inside and are NOT easy to replace. I happen to like the design of this razor to prevent ingrown hairs and Remington does not seem to have anything like it for sale anymore. This model has been discontinued as well as replacement blades.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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