Sonicare HX6950

I have a sonicare HX6950 that vibrates very loudly. I would love to fix it, however am unable to take it apart. Please advise.

Question by bmyvalentine 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


What are those in my Philips Sonicare toothbrush package?

It really bothers me, a little bit of COD but help !!!!!!!!

Question by jie.xu.58 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


How do I repair my Philips Sonicare toothbrush? ? Answered

I can see inside but, cannot figure out how the vibrations were generated, before the thing broke. Now, it only delivers a sonic whine, and doesn't jiggle the brush head.?

Question by afro53 10 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Repurposing a Sonicare wireless charger into a Galaxy S3 charger- anyone tried that?

Hi All, I have a spare Sonicare Flexcare travel charger, which is used to wirelessly charge my toothbrush. I've tried to charge a Nexus phone with it, but it didn't charge - I think this can be for two reasons - some kind of incompatibility, or the distance was too high due to the little round bulge on the charger. Does anyone have an idea if this might work? I didn't want to remove the bulge before some inputs from the forum :-) To charge a Galaxy S3 I'd need an insert to stick to the battery, but that's cheap enough. Thanks, Daniel

Topic by DanielF4 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Repairing Sonicare Elite Pro

My Sonicare Elite pro after a little less than 2 years stopped working. To ascertain where the problem is I opened it up following the operator’s instruction of Philips which tells you how to permanently open it to dispose the Ni-Cd batteries. I found that there is only one battery (in other models I saw that there are 2 units, apparently serial wired) and the voltage across the battery terminal is 1,3-1,15 V. The green blinking LEDS seem to work all right when the charger is applied and the full set of lit LED should indicate that the battery is charged. But the vibrator does not work. It would help to know which is the operating voltage of the battery as it seems a bit too fat to be an ordinary AA 1,5 V battery. Any help is appreciated.

Topic by giovdett 12 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Where do I get parts for a Philips Sonicare 6930 toothbrush please?

The unit head is very loose and it isn't the inherent problem of the loose screw.

Question by lenbir 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


How to fix the stem of the Philips Sonicare tooth brush? (Flex Care & Flex Care +)

I broke 2 Philips Sonicare tooth brushes and would like help in fixing them.   The problem is the stems have gotten loose and the replacement toothbrush head does not fit tight anymore.  Is their a repair person who is familiar with this problem or is there someone who could tell me what to do to fix it myself?   Mine have become loose right after the 2 year warranty is over.

Question by Irenexx 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Scientific Grandstanding at MIT

Witricity at MIT.Am I missing something here? It's a transformer. This is how my wife sonicare charges.

Topic by Tool Using Animal 11 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


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