Panasonic Health & Beauty - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
I'm on my second Panasonic
I've also seen this problem now... In my case re-seating the cartridge helped for a few days, but after that I got continuous flashing status LED. Turns out (after disassembling of the cleaner base) that the cross-shaped arm that checks for cartridge presence activates a micro-switch that is supposed to be open when everything is OK. I seem to have gotten a bit of water in it and therefore now it was recognized as missing all the time. As I have no plan of ever attempting to run the cleaning cycle without cartridge I disconnected the switch and isolated the cable ends - problem solved.
Disassembling of the base wasn't at all complicated when you have removed all the screws. There are three less obvious screws under the rubber feet (just pull the feet straight out), other that that they are all very visible.
on Mar 30, 2019
I have a Panasonic ES8109 razor. I need to replace
IF the seal is broken and you want to reseal it. I would use a small bead of silicone.
Or on the link below click on the Find parts for your product next to the gears. Then enter the model #. Then scroll down to WATERPROOF RUBBER SEAL to order a new one.
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on Mar 19, 2019
I have bought the panasonic
The charger should not 'blow' if used with correct voltage. Models sold in the US are only for use with 100-120V. When using in countries equipped with 220-240V, you must use an appropriate voltage converter
on Mar 07, 2018
If you are not fimiliar with electronics repair then I would have to say take it to a repair shop. You can check the cord and make sure it was not frayed, Also make sure it was plugged in completely to the wall when you give it a try. If the cord is frayed you can take it to any electronics store and buy a new one or order a new one online.
on Dec 19, 2017
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