My vibrator does vibrate anymore, can I fix it?

My vibrator (basic rubber one with motor in the base) no longer vibrates. Is there any way to fix it or should I just use it as a dildo and buy another one?
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Most Helpful Guy

  • A vibrator is just a very simple electric motor with an off-set weight on the shaft. It's unlikely the motor itself died, so the problem is either the switch, the battery contacts, or the thin wires connecting the battery contacts to the switch and to the motor. It isn't much different from a flashlight, except that the wires go to a motor instead of a light bulb.

    The issue is that while the metal/wire parts are usually easily fixed (sometimes just bending them back into place is enough), sometimes the plastic parts that hold them in place break, and depending on where that happens, repairs can be more difficult.

    I recommend a simple check of the battery contacts and the contact between the cap/switch and the battery leads, and if that doens't fix it, just buy another one. Unless you are handy with a soldering iron and epoxy and very simple circuits, and like to tinker, it's not really worth fixing.

Most Helpful Girls

  • It's probably worn out. Check the batteries and the contacts. If it still doesn't work just get a new one. I have a few that have died over the years, I have a small one that I like putting unfer pantyhose and it stays in place and is my favorite but it's small and doesn't last long.

    And I do use mine along with my man. ;)

  • Get a new one and keep the old one for a dildo. More fun with 2!

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  • Go buy another one!

  • check the batteries?

  • My advice is: Replace vibrator with a man. Men are more difficult to break down. Excellent work for years.

    • I would tend to disagree

    • How do We explain this…So you know when you have an itch you can’t reach so you ask someone to scratch it for you but they keep missing it?