Ibought a dentitex sonic toothbrush in february 2012 and a fault has occurred in which when charging, the green light will not stop flashing after 12 hours and change to a constant light
I put the toothbrush on charge once a week because I do not have the facility to keep the toothbrush on constant charge during the week.Can you please advise as this fault has arose two weeks ago and after 12 hours charging, it is possible to "cook" the battery and the toothbrush is still under warranty
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Keeping your toothbrush clean can help to keep you from getting sick. You can do a few small things to help keep your toothbrush clean and help to keep yourself healthy. Many people keep their toothbrushes in containers or in a cabinet, but in reality keeping your toothbrush closed in a container helps to breed bacteria on your toothbrush. If you want to keep your toothbrush in a closed container then you should make sure that it is completely dry before storing.
Something that we never think about is washing our hands before we handle our toothbrush. Make sure to take a few second to wash your hands thoroughly before picking up your toothbrush, and then rinse off your toothbrush before you put toothpaste on. Be sure to replace your toothbrush often and especially when necessary. According to the American Dental Association (ADA) you should replace your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months. Whenever you get sick you should replace that toothbrush right away when you get better so the bacteria doesn't stick around.
Keeping a healthy toothbrush keeps you healthy too!
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I had the same problem at the beginning of the year. I think i had bought 3 electric tooth brushes and all seemed to cave in within a couple of weeks. My friend recommended going to Macy's to buy one, which I did and it is still going strong. Maybe you charged it for a very long period of time and it overheat the system circuit? I'm not sure but I would recommend getting a new toothbrush.
Have you left it to charge for a long period of time? Maybe it overheated the power source? If you cant get it to work I would suggest buying at Macy's. They seem pretty reliable and have good warranty's for these sort of things.
When the failure occurs does a light flash on the tiller. If you see a flashing light count the number of flashes get back to me, your controller has found something wrong. When the scooter stops short do any lights light or is the scooter completely dead. Take the batteries to a battery shop.Have them load test them. I have a Rascal 600t my batteries will put out 500 cranking amps. If the batteries test good have the shop charge them up for you. Does it work right now. Yes, check your charger. No, check the freewheel mechanism when its in freewheel mode it electrically disconnects the motor. Well this thing gets wet at times i have to WD40 mine to get it to work right. The last thing to do is but the back end up,run it, while wiggling wires. Pay particular attention to connectors. The toggle switch in the tiller often gets intermittent. On my scooter the plugs on my get loose causing my scooter to fault out or to stall.Hope this helps
These toothbrushes need to be completely discharged every six months or so to keep the battery fresh. Maybe the battery has packed in.
Take it out of the charger and turn it on till it stops completely then re-charge. It might kick start the battery.