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The triangular tip at the end of one of the three rotating drive cylinders has snapped off. The part is a plastic cylinder approx. .33" diameter by .75" long with a triangular tip at one end. Where can I purchase this part?

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  • bworthington Jan 02, 2011

    Your response was very disappointing and not helpful at all. I have already contacted Norelco service and been told that they do not sell this part. The things that would be helpful to me are:


    1. A Norelco phone number (or website location) that would get to someone who will accept an order for this part.

    2. The location of a dealer in shaver parts that might have this item.

    3. The location of a dealer in used or broken razors that might have an old broken razor that I could cannibilize for this part.

    I have disassembled the razor and removed the broken part. It would be a simple matter to install a good part if I could find one.

    Please try to help.

    Thanks

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Hi there, usually the best place to go for parts is straight to the manufacturer. This webpage links to the Philips/Norelco website with all available parts for the shaver. If none of the parts you describe are listed then it may mean it is a more specialised repair and may need to be sent away.

http://philipsparts.fox-international.com/PhilipsConsumerModelDetail.aspx?hlt=Link_Accessories_Norelco&scy=US&model=9160XL/43&slg=AEN&mid=Link_Accessories_Norelco&session=20101126223607_66.249.65.7&ctn=9160XL/43

I hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa

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  • Kevin Penn Jan 02, 2011

    I am very sorry I was not able to answer your question to your satisfaction. I personally feel you will have quite a bit of trouble finding this part for your shaver, even if you could locate a "broken shaver" dealer. One thing I could suggest is to take a look on ebay for a used one. I see one that has sold on ebay for $45 recently and there are more for sale too, this may not be what you are expecting to pay to repair your shaver but it seems the easiest solution other than buying a new one.






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Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5


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See Fig. 5
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
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