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The shaver sat, in a safe environment, for about a year. naturally, the battery wasn't working, so I plugged it in to charge it. It's been charging for about 2 hours, but nothing seems to be happening. When I press the of/off button it lights, but no "buzzzz". Am I doing something wrong, do I need to be more patient, or should I just get a new one? Thanks for any help you can provide. Michael

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The battery has died because it was left discharged for too long. If you can get a replacement battery you should if it is a reasonable cost compared with replacing the shaver. Can you get the battery out? If so I will try to help further

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