Is my shaver under warrenty
Q. Why has my
electric shaver stopped working?
three main reasons an electric shaver can suddenly stop working, the first is
the shaver socket it gets plugged into, shaver two pin sockets can break as the
have a converter built in and if this fails then the socket on the wall will
need to be replaced. Unfortunately this is the one part often over look when
investigating why the shaver will no longer turn on. So the first investigation should be to try
reason and often the most likely is the mains lead it-self, these can easily
become damaged due to excess stretching and also allowing the cable to twist
and knot. Braun replacement parts offer six different charging cables so make
sure you know your model number before you purchase a replacement cable. The
mains charger cable carries electricity and on most types has a converter built
into the end that plugs into the wall. Any slight damage to the lead will cause
the converter to fail / blow and render the lead useless. Most people do not
have a spare shaver lead to try, so the decision has to be taken will it
resolve the problem. On-line stores like shaver-spares.co.uk will allow a
customer to post back a charger lead after purchase if it turns out the fault
was not the mains cable charging lead.
A third reason
that your Electric shaver will not turn on is if the rechargeable batteries
have failed, on modern shavers this is very rare however a failure of the motor
is not so and again unless the shaver can be returned to a service centre for
inspection you will not know for sure. One way to try and drill down if this is
the case would be to see if your shaver has an LCD display or a charging light.
If you are getting lights or displays showing on the shaver this points to it
not being the shaver socket or mains lead and then most likely option will be a
failed drive motor. Before writing of the unit, check it has been cleaned of
all facial hair from within so that the blades can run smoothly over the foil.
We have found in some instances that electric shavers not regally cleaned can
build up too much hair that the whole head frame becomes clogged and over time
puts extra strain on the drive gears and motor.
of the shaver manufactures in the UK offer more than one year of guarantee on
their products so it is worth checking to see when the product was purchased.
Check in the user manual as this information is often printed.
though if you find yourself with a broken non working electric rechargeable
shaver and do not know how to go about finding a shaver repair service centre
give Shaver-Spares a call on 01733 666688 who will be happy to try and resolve
products within the 2 year manufacturer warranty period
Warranty Shavers - 2 year Exchange Warranty.
warranties are usually between 12 and 24 month depending on the product you
Warranty period Shavers - 2 years Parts & Labour.
Article Posted: 27/06/2019 08:57:42