Many electric toothbrush users regarded the Quip toothbrush as one of the best replaceable toothbrush heads. Quip brush doesn’t let you stick to a quip brush head and buy another quip head when the quip brush head bristle is won out. And you are opportune to replace your quip brush head. Therefore, here in this article, we will take a look at how to take off quip toothbrush head and replace it with a new quip brush head.
The quip toothbrush head is removable, and that makes the electric quip brush one of the most sort after electric brushes as we speak.
However, it requires a tactic to remove the quip brush head so that you won’t damage the quip toothbrush head.
While you want to take off the quip brush head, you don’t have to take off the quip toothbrush motor or battery. However, if the quip toothbrush battery is weak or dead, you can change the battery and replace it with a new AAA battery.
How to Take off Quip Toothbrush Head
Follow the steps below gently to take off your quip toothbrush head without damaging it.
- Grip the head and handle in opposite hands
- Let the bristles face the other side from you.
- Place your thumb on the two dots,
- Pull off the quip head off in a slight arc motion (don’t snap it directly backward).
Once you’ve taken off the quip toothbrush head, you need to replace it with a new quip head you get from a local store or online store.
How to Replace Quip Toothbrush Head
How do you replace your quip toothbrush head after you took it off? Or you don’t want to replace the head after removing the old quip head? Well, we will discuss how to gently replace your quip toothbrush head without damaging the brush tread.
- Take out the new quip toothbrush from the casing.
- Push the quip brush head into the handle until it clicks.
- Once the brush clicks into the handle, your brush will be fixed firmly.
- Press the “Q” button to test.
Once you have replaced the quip head, you are good to go.
However, what if the quip head isn’t working after replacing the head? Well, we will consider some possible solutions to quip head not working after replacing the quip head.
How to Fix Quip Head not Working
Do not conclude that you’d need to get a new quip brush if the quip head isn’t working after you took off the quip. Since how to take off quip toothbrush head explains the steps to take to remove your quip head, then the steps below will work you through what to do when your quip toothbrush head isn’t working.
Change Quip Battery
Before you think otherwise, whenever your quip toothbrush is not working after you change the head or you press the “Q” to test, still, it’s not responding, then you have to check the quip battery and, if possible, replace the battery with a new AAA battery.
- Remove the quip toothbrush head.
- Slide-out the quip motor from the handle.
- Shake the quip handle to remove the battery.
- Insert a new AAA battery with the flathead going into the quip handle first [and the positive head facing the outside].
- Insert the quip motor.
- Fix the quip toothbrush head into the handle until it clicks.
- Click on the “Q” button to test the brush to end it all.
If your quip toothbrush is working after the battery, there are no more worries; otherwise, you need to look for a way to fix it or get a new quip toothbrush.
Clean Quip Motor
If your quip brush motor is wet, the toothbrush will keep stopping and can damage the motor. The quip brush motor must be kept away from a moist environment whenever you want to change the quip head and battery.
Therefore, if your quip toothbrush is not working after a replacement, take off the quip motor, clean it and recouple it.
Note: Always keep the quip brush motor away from water or a moist environment.
Your Quip Brush is Expired
Ideally, you are advised to change your quip head once in three months; however, if after replacing your quip head and it stops working or keeps stopping while working, it may be that the quip toothbrush expiry date is near and you need a replacement.
Meanwhile, your quip brush expires when it’s no longer working and not when the head stops working, or the bristles aren’t good again.
Therefore, if your quip toothbrush head isn’t working, change the quip battery, check whether the motor is wet [and clean it with a tissue or a clothing material that can absorb wet].
So far, we have discussed how to take off quip toothbrush head, how to replace the quip head, and how to fix the quip brush head not working.