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How to fix a Philips Sonicare DiamondClean HX9340 when it is getting less powerful or has a weak brush.

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      Guide Steps

      Step 1

      First you need to open the toothbrush. This can be achieved by applying pressure to the lower end of the toothbrush which will alow the removal of the bottom cap.

      Step 2

      Once the bottom cap is removed, use a screwdriver or a knife to release the actual insides of the toothbrush.

      Step 3

      Once you have the insides out, you have to look for this area.

      Step 4

      The magnets are secured by two screws. One is easily accessible on the back of the toothbrush.

      Step 5

      Apply some pressure to remove the circuit board and get access to the screw holding the magnets on the front side.

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