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Wait the full 24 hours then try using the shaver. If it functions normally, then I would say only the charger light is not working. If the shaver runs down before the end of the 2nd shave, then you may have a defective charger and/or shaver. In that case, take it back where you bought it for a replacement.
It sounds like you have an intermittent connection. When an internal power connection is lost, it will cause the charge indicator to indicate discharged. Check your solder connections, particularly the solder connections that hold the batteries in place
Sounds like the rechargeable batteries are aged out, and no longer able to develop a full charge, and soon will be needing replacement.
A repair center might likely do it for you for a fee, but see "Self Repair" on site:
Shaving head check indication
After two years of use the red shaving unit symbol
î will flash for 30 seconds during 7 shaves to
indicate that you should check the condition of the
shaving heads. This indication is based on an average
shaving time of 3 minutes per shave. When the
shaving head symbol flashes, all other symbols and
lights are out. When the shaver is switched off, the
shaving unit symbol disappears.
When the red shaving unit symbol starts flashing,
you should check the shaving heads for possible
damage. If the shaving heads are damaged in any way,
they must be replaced in order to obtain optimal
the 110 plugin goes into a circuit which changes AC to DC for charging the internal NiCad batteries. If there is NO charge whatsoever in the batteries, the shaver will not work. If you have any electronics background a simple test with a VOM will determine if the bridge rectifier is putting out any DC.[you must disassemble the shaver] If you have no experience on circuits take it to a repair location.