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I carried my phillips shaver in a bag without it's case and when i opened it up the three it had failed to pieces. the three cutting blades are out and their holding mechanism. Where can I take all the parts to be put back together again? I live in SE1 in London

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You will find a tutorial video that will show you how to reassemble on See link below

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