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I have a Speed XL shaver. The left red light came on indicating I should change the blades. I have done that but the light is still on. Any suggestions?

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  • ellisinc Apr 15, 2008

    Didn't proof read. It is the left light

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Try this link

http://www.p4c.philips.com/files/h/hq8150_16/hq8150_16_pss_eng.pdf#search='led%20lights'

and this

http://www.p4c.philips.com/files/h/hq8150_16/hq8150_16_dfu_eng.pdf#search='led%20lights'

remove batteries and reinstall try to charge the shaver, make sure shaver is off when charging.

turn it on afterwards

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Disconnect from cable and remove batteries, check cover.

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    Ginko Apr 15, 2008

    Check that the new blades are secured in place, and that the cover is well in place. disconnect from power to reset

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