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I lost my Philips Coolskin 7775X shaver charger.

I lost my Philips Cool Skin 7775X Electric Shaver charger.
For now i need to charge it another way. What votlage do I connect the shaver to - directly? And what side is positive?

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  • a3coligny Oct 24, 2009

    thanks, I found the manual on the internet,
    and I hooked a 12V SMPS PSU to the razor. I used tape to secure its wires to the 2 pins and viola!
    The wrong way round is irrelevant, it is protected by diodes. The right way round, the red LED flickers, and after 3 minutes , the green charging LED lighted up.
    It charged perfectly!

  • a3coligny Oct 24, 2009

    The next step is to purchase a charger.
    In the mean time, I can shave.

  • a3coligny Oct 24, 2009

    The original charger is a small 12V transformer the can adapt to 120V-240V internally. I needed only to use one that is correct for our 230V supply.



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Philips norelco 4222-039-10972 adapter charging cord for electric shaver norelco 7775x power cord replacement parts.

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Hi, You can purchase a new charging cord from for around $23.00 which is probably the best thing to do if you want to keep using the shaver.

Otherwise the specs for the shaver are as follows:

  • Input voltage 100-240 V-AC
  • Output voltage 15V DC, 360MA
The part number for the replacement charging adpater cord is #3605160

Here's a link to the part you're looking for, should you decide to purchase a replacement instead of trying to make your own charger, which will be difficult unless you have the full array of electrical components and ability to fabricate it.

You can also give them a call at 1-888-476-1785

Hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

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