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How do I acquire a charge cord for an electric razor..."Zx4" 7797SCL ?

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Many corded razors have a 110 cord that will fit. The Zx4 has a keyed receptacle. Depending on the cord you find (I used a Remington), you may have to whittle off the tang on the inside of the Zx4 power port. My Zx4 seems to be sensitive to polarity, it will not charge if the cord is plugged in backward. So when you get it to charge, mark the Zx4 case & new cord so you know which way to plug it in every time.

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