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Hi - How old is your razor? It's possible that the battery's shot. One of the problems with rechargable batteries is that they have "memory". If you put them on a charger when, say, they're only at 50%, then over time they'll start thinking that 50% is actually 0%. This is why it's often advised to run your appliance down to nothing (your razor, your laptop, your rechargable flashlight) before putting it on the charger.
Alternatively, your charger might be acting up. Best recommendation would be to take your razor (and charger) to a shop to be tested. This is an expensive razor, and if you like it, it would make more sense (and be cheaper) to get it fixed rather than toss it into the land fill & buy another.
Based on the limited info provided, it appears you have a rechargeable razor that you plug in to recharge.
I had this occur with an older shaver I had years ago. The suspected issue is tha the battery isn't fully charged and the razor is running on battery power while the cord is plugged into it and the power outlet.
However, the cord is making a loose connection at the razor or has a broken conductor in the cord. So and what is happening is that you arfe getting an intermittent power connection that allows the power to run the razor, which would be why it seems to "speed up" as any rechargeable product always run faster/better when connected directly to an electric power source.
You can look at the plug on the razor to see if the pins/connector is loose, and also carefully check the cord to see if shows signs of having been sharply kinked or bent at the razor plug end or at the power plug end or along it somewhere.
It could be as simple as replacing the power cord. Or you may have to take the razor apart to repair the charging socket at the razor to resolve this issue.
Did the phone show it was charging on the display? Was the charger firmly connected to the phone? The batteries will go bad after a period of time of recharge cycles. I have bought replacement batteries for my RAZR on eBay. Remove the battery and do a search on eBay for a NEW battery from a dealer using the battery P/N on the battery. I found a higher capacity battery for mine that lasts even longer on a charge than the original one that came with my RAZR. You can do a search on eBay for "RAZR battery". Look at the mAH rating on your battey, Try finding a replacement with the same or higher rating than your original. The higher the mAH rating, the longer it will last between recharge cycles.
the steady red light showing when in charger shows that
it is charging. the blinking red light when taken out of
charger or turned on and off means it is not fully charged.
leave it in charger till red light turns green.