Question about Norelco Advantage 5615 X Electric Shaver
It keeps flashing the green light, but not change to orange when placed on the base. When I press the button, nothing. I've had it for many years. Is it time to shop for a new one?
Make sure the contacts on both the razor and the base are clean. even a small particle is enough to create an open circuit. You could also test the base for power with a volt meter then check if you have resistance in the razor itself by switching the meter to the ohms selection. The batteries can be replaced also and this would be a lot cheaper then buying a new shaver. If you open it up you will find nickel cadmium rechargeable cells. Pick up some new ones of the same size and swap them out. You will need some soldering skills here as you will have to solder tabs on the new cells to make a new pack. If you need any help with any of these answers feel free to contact me and I will explain anything you need assistance with. Hopefully its just a little buildup on your contacts. Hope this fixya!
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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