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How much for a new cord? lost mine


If you do not get an answer, type "e-bay" into your search engine, and look up the shaver and it's cords therein.

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I have lost the adapter to recharge my shaver


To select the correct charger, you will need to know the brand of your shaver and the model number. You will find a large selection of adapters at shaveroutlet.com

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It is dead no power what can i do


Hi,I believe your shaver is a battery powered model..
If this is the case your Rechargeable batteries (built in) could have been dead..and needs to be replaced.But before taking it to a repair shop ,Whether electric or battery operated model please make sure you check the power cord as well,because sometimes one of the lead cracks at the point that it attaches to shaver,which the power cord needs to be replaced.
If you wish you can describe the problem more details than I may suggest something else.
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Need recharging lead for a Philips shaver


You willfind a replacement at shaveroutlet.com. See link below. Note that this is an American version and you will need a simple adapter to fit your wall outlet. Adapters are also available at shaveroutlet.com

http://shaveroutlet.com/norelco-philips-shaver-wall-charger-transformer-cord-p-270.html

May 04, 2010 | Health & Beauty

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Shaver won't recharge


Hello,
If this is the case your Rechargeable batteries (built in) could have been dead..and needs to be replaced.Normally they die in 2 to 3 years depending on the frequency of usage.
But before taking it to a repair shop ,make sure you check the power cord as well,because sometimes one of the lead cracks at the point that it attaches to shaver for charging,which the power cord needs to be replaced.
If you wish you can describe the problem more details than I may suggest something else.
Regards.

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The braun 5510 shaver.. rechargeable or not


If working properly, model 5510 will work either from the internal rechargeable batteries or directly from the cord. If your shaver no longer recharges, it needs to have the rechargeable batteries replaced.

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My 7100 will no longer charge but I don't know how to determine whether it's the shaver or the charger that's at fault


If you have acess to a multimeter or a simple neon bulb type electrical tester, you can simply use the two test leads to see if the charger is putting out any power. Just set the multimeter to the proper voltage type (either AC or DC) that matches what the charger outputs to the razor.

If you're in doubt about the type of voltage being supplied by the charger (it is typically DC) you can simply start with the meter set at 120 V-AC or higher and if you don't get a reading, simply switch it over to DC of at least 200 Volts.

Be very careful with the test leads that you don't get them crossed when testing the charger/cord. You can first put the test leads into the charger cord set and then plug in the cord to the wall outlet, if that's easier for you.

Typicaly, the rechargeable batteries degrade to a point that they will no longer accept a charge and will need to be replaced.

If you are capable of disassembling and soldering, you can probably do the replacement of the rechargeable batteries yourself.

If not, you might want to have this done by a qualified service shop, such as electricshaver.com. They also stock the repair/replacement parts for most brands of electric shavers, including the batteries for your shaver.

You can reach them at 1-888-476-1785 or by www.electricshaver.com and request a price for doing the service on your shaver or for buying the batteries so you can do it yourself.

Hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

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