How to Repair a Panasonic Shaver

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How to Repair a Panasonic Shaver
Electric shavers, like Panasonic brand ones, need a little troubleshooting before repair. (shaving image by Andrey Rakhmatullin from Fotolia.com)

Your Panasonic electric shaver can experience wear or damage over time. Knowing how to troubleshoot this problem can save you time, money and frustration.

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Check the Manual

Check your owner's manual first when you suspect that your shaver needs repair. It offers checklists for troubleshooting and sometimes provides a quick fix to a problem you may be having. If you don't have your manual anymore, most Panasonic shaver manuals can be found online in digital format.

How to Repair a Panasonic Shaver
Your owner's manual can help you find the source of your problem. (reading instruction manual image by Leticia Wilson from Fotolia.com)

Replacement Parts

If your owner's manual helps you determine that your problem is a worn part, you can often replace it yourself. Blades, guards, covers and brushes are available as replacement parts for many Panasonic shaver models. Replacing a worn part can save you time and money by eliminating the need to ship your shaver and wait for its repair.

How to Repair a Panasonic Shaver
Many parts that sustain wear, like blade heads and guards, can be replaced by the consumer. (electric shaver image by mashe from Fotolia.com)

Outside Repair Help

If you determine that your shaver's problem can't be easily solved and you are not in need of a replacement part, it's time to get professional repair help. Panasonic provides help in getting repair for your shaver with information on its website and at its toll-free number. They can tell you where to go or where to send your shaver for repair and what costs, if any, you will incur.

How to Repair a Panasonic Shaver
Conact the manufacturer for help when you determine that the problem is bigger than you can fix. (repair tool, screwdriver image by Greg Pickens from Fotolia.com)

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