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How to tighten handle to body of Jeanie rub massager?

The handle is loose at the top of the body and it rattles when the machine is in use

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Out-of-Warranty Service

Core Products will repair most Jeanie Rub Massagers after the warranty has expired. Some of the very early models can not be repaired but can be returned for a $50.00 credit towards a new unit.

It is difficult to determine the extent of the repair until the unit is inspected however, we guarantee the service call will not exceed $89.00 plus shipping.

1-800-338-7014

Basic Service Package - $49.00 + $13.00 Shipping

- Cleaning
- Replace worn parts & pad

Complete Service Package - $89.00 + $13.00 Shipping
- Cleaning
- Replace worn parts & pad
- Replace motor

Cord Replacement - $25.00 + $13.00 Shipping
- Replace worn cord

There is a 90-day warranty on any service that is performed by Core Products International.


Where to send it
Core Products International, Inc.
RETURNS DEPARTMENT
1505 Parker Ave, PO Box 627
Chetek, WI 54728


If you have any questions regarding our service,
please call 1-800-338-7014.

Posted on Feb 16, 2013

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