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How to replace mini pro 2 massager faceplate?

Any video that describes exactly how to replace broken faceplate? We can get parts from factory.

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Not clear what you mean by faceplate. Please elaborate.

Posted on Nov 10, 2014

Testimonial: "The faceplate assembly consists of (broken) plate with 2 vibrating massaging balls. In that case it has to be replaced properly. Any error would cause Thumper to malfunction. Thanks."

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  • Edward II
    Edward II Nov 10, 2014

    "The faceplate assembly consists of (broken) plate with 2 vibrating massaging balls. In that case it has to be replaced properly. Any error would cause Thumper to malfunction. Thanks.

  • atlantis43 Nov 10, 2014

    Don't know of any videos, but removing the cover assembly (for which there are many videos available) should reveal the assembly clearly enough to enable dissembly & repair. The main (and usual)problem is the case dissembly.s

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    Edward II Nov 12, 2014

    Ok, thanks, Will check youtube videos.

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