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If you have used this toothbrush for a while it might be that the rubber of the button isn't pressing hard enough on the button inside the toothbrush. Remove the rubber-button with a small screwdriver and place a small drop of hotglue on the rubber. Let the glue cool down and put the rubber back in place. This will fix the problem most likely.
If you have used this toothbrush for a while it might be that the rubber of the button isn't pressing hard enough on the button inside the toothbrush. Remove the rubber-button with a small screwdriver and place a small drop of hotglue on the rubber. Let the glue cool down and put the rubber back in place. This will fix the problem most likely.
 
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If you have used this toothbrush for a while it might be that rubber of the button isn't pressing hard enough on the button inside the toothbrush. Remove the rubber-button with a small screwdriver and place a small drop of hotglue on the rubber. Let the glue cool down and put the rubber back in place. This will fix the problem most likely.
 
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Original post by: Konzentrat ,

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If you have used this toothbrush for a while it might be that rubber of the button isn't pressing hard enough on the button inside the toothbrush. Remove the rubber-button with a small screwdriver and place a small drop of hotglue on the rubber. Let the glue cool down and put the rubber back in place. This will fix the problem most likely.

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