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Massager squeaks My Homedics back massager makes an awful squaking noise just after a few minutes of use. It's pratically brand new and has not been used much.I took it apart and used wd40 but that did not help. Thanks

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    Harry Mole Dec 19, 2016

    zip the cover off and add a little talcum powder to the inside of the back pad.

  • Rick Yeager Feb 11, 2018

    Thank you!!! No more squeaking for now. Now if I could just get the covers it back on LOL

  • Rick Yeager Feb 11, 2018

    Thank you!!! No more squeaking for now. Now if I could just get the cover zipped back on LOL

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Zip off the cover and add some talcum powder to the inside cover where the roller make contact with the cover.

Posted on Dec 19, 2016

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SOURCE: homedics programmable percussion massager with heat

The motor is Jammed
Try Taping it or banging it lightly
if that don't work im sorry ether needs repair or buy a new one

Regards; Aaron

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SOURCE: remote doesnot work

If you have not already, register your product with the company. And contact them regarding the malfunction. they should replace the part or the product if you send it in.

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SOURCE: the SBM 200 Homedics massager makes a noise when

Look at the teeeth on the smaller gear that drives the thing up and down. They are easily stripped off.

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

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SOURCE: I need a new power adaptor for the Homedics SBM

I have one you can purchase. Name your price. Email me at [email protected] if you are interested.

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SOURCE: I'm having a problem with my Homedics SBM 300H

Yes there was a short circuit and am sure the massager and the cpomputer where plugged in the sane extension box that was why there was loss of power when the massager stopped working.For the massager it is the fuse so get a new fuse for it.

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