I have an electric shaver but the battery recently burned out, any ideas for what i can do with it or the parts?
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What is the step by step process of opening/splitting the case and replacing the circuit board and batteries of a Braun model 7526 shaver? Thank You, Fred Tripp
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First of all, I love this trimmer. I've had it for probabaly 15 years. The settings are so precise and I'm so used to it that I would hate to replace it. It is a rechargeable model, which plugs into a cord, not a charging stand. The battery hasn't charged in probabaly 10 years. But since it stopped charging, I was able to keep using it by having it plugged in. I was able to do this for a long time until several days ago. When I'd turn it on while plugged into the outlet, the motor would barely even run. So I took it apart, looked around, and figured I would try to replace the rechargeable battery inside. I sourced a battery, installed it, and the trimmer worked again. I charged it overnight and went to use it the next morning. I got about halfway through when it just completely died on me. So I would turn it off for a few minutes, let it maybe charge a little and try to finish my trimming. At this point, I could maybe get 30 seconds of really weak performance before it would grind to a halt. I tried plugging it in and using it that way, as I had done so many times before, but that wouldn't work either. Can anyone advise me as to what's going on here? Why was I able to use it for so many years with the a/c/ cord and a dead battery, but now with a fresh battery, the a/c cord is useless for operation and obviously useless for charging as well? So I'm wondering if there might be a way to convert this trimmer to strictly a/c, remove the battery from the eqation, and operate it that way? I'm no electronics guru, by any means. But If instructed, I'm sure I could get this thing operational again. I don't care about it being battery powered anyway. I use it in the bathroom where there are a couple of very handy outlets. Thanks.
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Does anybody know an inexpensive way to replace the surface foil on an electric razor? I think it's called foil anyway; it's the metal part that contacts the skin and is a mesh of small holes for beard hair to pass through. The raw foil stock must be relatively cheap to fabricate; maybe there is a way to get a sheet of it and put it on the original frame from the shaver. Most replacements are almost the price of a whole new shaver. And I haven't even found a replacement for my modified, ancient Braun system 123. After the shaver died I resurrected it and made it solar powered by tearing out the charge circuitry and batteries and replacing them with two batteries and a diode that plugs into a small solar panel from a garden light. This worked perfectly for years until the foil wore through last week.
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I have an electric shaver with a two pronged charger.Is it possible to fit a three pronged plug to it?Thanks.
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Hello. I made my own (extremely basic) remote-controlled door lock a few weeks back. It consists of a couple of solenoids, a remote controlled pass-through plug socket and a shaver adapter (lol) The RF remote turns the plug socket on and the plugged-in shaver adapter carries current to the solenoids which causes them to retract so I can open the doors. I can also use the remote to turn-off the plug socket (thus releasing the solenoids, locking the door if the door is shut) But the problem is that sometimes I forget to turn the system off and the (still-retracted) solenoids get hot after 20-30 minutes, which is an obvious fire hazard. So I'm looking for a timer that will shut-off the system after a few minutes. I've seen plugs on eBay that are designed for hair straighteners and turn connected devices off after a set time, but they all operate at 30mins+ and most require you to push a button to set the countdown timer, which is just completely useless for me. I want a timer that starts as soon as it's powered-up and shuts down the solenoids after a couple of minutes if I forget to shut them down with the remote. Any ideas where I could get such a thing? They're operating (via the shaver adapter) at 4.2VDC if that helps I've included a photo of the RC plug and shaver adapter in case I didn't explain it very well xx
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I have a new macbook pro that comes preinstalled with snow leopard. Upon digging in the attic, my brother found mac os 9 and the recovery discs for my dad's macbook pro (the old model, 2006, preinstalled with tiger). I was curious if there was a way to virtually install tiger (like using virtualbox). The reason I want this is because I want the classic environment to play some old games, and I tried Sheep Shaver for mac os 9, but it crashed when I tried to play the game. From what I understand, tiger was the last to support the classic environment.
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