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Can Sonicare toothbrushes be repaired?

Can Sonicare toothbrushes be repaired?

Under the terms of the guarantee, Philips Sonicare will for free of charge repair any defects or problems with the toothbrush that are as a result of a fault in the materials or workmanship in the construction and manufacture of the product. If the brush stops working for no reason this would be repaired for free.

Why did my Sonicare toothbrush stop working?

Toothpaste or debris could get inside the small gap around the power button. This might cause the power button to get stuck and not properly functioning anymore. Clean the power button and the area around it with a damp cloth to make sure it is free of debris. Try another appliance in the same outlet.

Can you replace the battery in Sonicare toothbrush?

No, you cannot replace the integrated battery of your toothbrush. If you want to discard your toothbrush, we recommend removing and recycling the battery.

Can electric toothbrushes be repaired?

Who can repair your sealed electric toothbrush? Because they are small motorized electric appliances, nearly any small appliance repair shop can do it. Make sure you clean the unit well before delivering it to the repair person. Also be sure it’s worth the cost of repairs.

Why do electric toothbrushes stop working?

First thing to do is check that the power outlet you are using is working as it should. If it’s attached to a bathroom cabinet, for example, the light switch on the cabinet may need to be switched on to power the socket. Make sure you are not charging the toothbrush on a metal surface.

Can an Oral-B electric toothbrush be fixed?

Can I replace the battery in my Oral-B electric toothbrush? No, you cannot replace the battery in your Oral-B electric toothbrush.

Does Sonicare wear out?

The average life span of an electric toothbrush is around 5 years. Manufacturers normally offer a 2 year warranty should the brush fail sooner.

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