Help! My Vibrator Doesn’t Work!

January 07th, 12   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   2 Comments

Why doesn’t my vibrator work? Sometimes, that’s a question that comes up when you buy sex toys like vibrators or a dildo.

1) This is ALWAYS the first step when my vibrator won’t turn on. Read the instruction book or packaging. Sometimes, it’ll show you a different way to insert the batteries or it will mention something about the travel lock you didn’t know. Almost all rechargeble vibrators come with a guide, so make sure to read that before using to learn how long you should/shouldn’t charge it.

2) If you have a rechargeable toy, try to charge it. Some rechargeable toys come travel locked which means that they are locked so they won’t turn on during use. Usually charging them will unlock them from their travel lock. And if the toy wasn’t turning on because it wasn’t charged, then you’ve charged it up too!

3) If you’re using a battery-operated vibrator, make sure the batteries are in the right way. Sometimes you place the batteries in upside down or in the wrong way. Some vibrators include instructions that mention how the batteries go in, and most vibrators usually have a guide printed somewhere near the battery compartment – you just may have to squint to find it.

4) If you’re using a battery-operated vibrator, make sure you have the battery seal completely sealed up. Some of these sex toys can require a really tight seal!

5) Is it a small bullet vibrator? Open up the battery compartment and make sure there isn’t a piece of paper sitting on top of the batteries. This breaks the battery’s connection so the bullet vibrator can’t turn on during use. Sometimes this piece of paper is clear and see-through, so you won’t even know it’s there until you investigate.

6) Did you actually insert the batteries? It sounds obvious, but sometimes we assume that vibrators came with batteries when they actually didn’t.

7) Did all of the above not fix your broken vibrator? Contact Customer Service from where you bought. Sometimes, they know of known issues with specific toys that they can mention to you.

8) Other times, your toy is a defect. Just like that glass bowl you took home that was shattered when you opened it or that piece of furniture to assemble that was already cracked before you opened it, vibrators and sex toys can come defective too. Sometimes, a toy slips off the line unnoticed. Contact Customer Service from where you purchased it to see about getting a refund or exchanging it.

I hope this helps with your vibrator won’t work. For a neat selection of vibrators (and great customer service in case your vibe doesn’t work), you can check out this sex toys store or Hot G Vibe.

2 Comments on "Help! My Vibrator Doesn’t Work!"

avi says...
September 03rd, 2013

how do i open the dial and fix the broken switch inside dial?
my vibrator stopped working and dial to the base which turns it on and multi speed moves too freely …and still no vibrations.
how to repair the dial?

riddle says...
September 11th, 2015

Okay help. My battery PACK was put in off track and got stuck. Now I can’t get it out. And it won’t turn on. Please help




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