How to Fix a Battery Operated Vibrator?

      How to Fix a Battery Operated Vibrator?

      Vibrators come in electric or battery-operated forms. The battery-operated ones are known for their simple designs, high power, cheaper pricing, and flexibility. Battery-operated vibrators don't have the same lifespan as their electric counterparts, although their simple construction make most problems easy to fix. Battery-operated vibrators have two major parts that allow them to function--the spring and the connector. These parts cause common problems with vibrators.
      1.   
      Open the vibrator. Pull apart the caps and take out the batteries.
      2.   
      Check the spring, which is attached to the cap. Pull the spring slowly to allow it to connect to the batteries again. Tight or flattened springs cause vibrators to stop operating.
      3.   
      Remove the plastic inside the battery area of the vibrator. This piece of plastic controls the volume of the noise produced by the vibrator, and is not necessary. If it starts getting in the way of a functioning vibrator, simply remove it. Replace it with a piece of paper if noise is an issue.
      4.   
      Pull metal connectors on the cap gently. If your vibrator doesn't have springs, it should have two connectors that connect with the batteries. Connectors should be pulled in the direction where the battery makes contact.
      5.   
      Turn it on. If the vibrator still isn't operating, it may be time to replace it.
      Tips & Warnings
      Remove the batteries between each use. This helps prevent any damage caused by battery leaks, and prolongs the life of your vibrator. Store vibrators in dark places and at room temperature. Clean the vibrator regularly.
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