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Is it possible that there are differences in power sources between where you originally used your massager and India? The massager may have lasted just long enough in the new environment to fail.

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I need a replacement cord for the brookstone thera spa cordless massager


HELLO MEAD

I had a Theraspa cordless turbo massager that eventually stopped working but I kept the charger. It still works because I've used it for my replacement massager.

If you're still interested, would $10 be reasonable (plus shipping cost)?
I have an e-bay account and I can sell it to you through there if you want.

Let me know if/how you'd like to proceed.

JK

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Hand held rechargable masager recharges but doesn't not vibrate when the button is pressed, the red light does not turn on either. The red light only goes on when it's recharging


Possible that the supply to the motor is cut or the motor is faulty or the switch has failed.
you have to remove and check the three possible faults, perhaps inthe process of vibration this can make wires break off contacts.

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Can the Magic Wand Rechargeable Massager be charged from a 220 volt power?


If your wand is N American then "don't do it" 220 through a 110/120 will fry all the magic out of it. You could get a step down transformer 220 to 110. Plug that into the 220 socket and plug your magic wand charger into that.

The cost would not be worth it though ... buy some more magic that is 220. be happy ... not sorry :-)

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How to replace power cord om homedics massager


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First, select a wide massage area, and use the roller surface. Slowly movethe head of the massager over the massage area in big, wide circles. Then,for areas of soreness or stiffness, change the massager to the proper mode (Some massagers have two levels) . Push down on these massage areas for about 5 to 7 seconds for eachsore spot. Finish with the roller surface again, moving the head around theextended massage area in large, uniform circles.

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Keep the massager still on the one spot for approximately 30 seconds then move it onto the next part that needs massaging

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The charging time is different between every product and product. Usually, the standard charging time is 5 hours (full charge). A full charge will give youabout 40 minutes of cordless use.

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