Introduction

Electric toothbrushes have one or more O-rings to prevent water from entering the handle and damaging electric parts in the handle. If the O-ring wears out, you'll see water seeping through the handle during use.

Parts

Remove the the brush head from the handle.
  • Remove the the brush head from the handle.

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Using the pliers, rotate the head base 90 degrees counterclockwise and remove core from the handle.
  • Using the pliers, rotate the head base 90 degrees counterclockwise and remove core from the handle.

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  • Using a spudger, remove the old O-Ring from the white head.

  • Replace with, McMaster-Carr PN:9561K23. O-Ring: 15/16" ID, 1/16" Width. Food and Steam Resistant Food Grade EPDM O-Ring.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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