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Sonicare CleanCare+ Sonic electric toothbrush

1 mode, 1 brush head HX3214/01

Troubleshooting

My Philips Sonicare brush heads are worn or broken

It is recommended that you replace your Philips Sonicare brush head every three months of normal use (brushing twice a day) or when the blue indicator bristles wear out.

Below you will find more information on why this is important.

Brush heads can become less effective

After 3 months of normal use, your Philips Sonicare toothbrush bristles show fatigue and brush heads can become less effective at removing plaque.

Mould/yeast can build up

If your Sonicare toothbrush has been stored wet or has not been rinsed properly after use, mould or yeast can build up. To avoid this, we advise that you:

  • Rinse the brush head after each use
  • Allow the brush head to air-dry
  • Dry the handle after each use

Note: For health and safety reasons, please replace your brush head immediately if you are experiencing this.

Still have questions?
Contact our Consumer Care Agents for further assistance or visit our support page.

The information on this page applies to the following models: HX3214/01 , HX3214/21 , HX3214/11 , HX3214/02 , HX3120/03 , HX3110/02 , HX3110/04 , HX3110/00 , HX5350/50 , HX5350/02 , HX5581/02 , HX4101/02 , HX1616/09 , HX1610/02 , HX1610/05 , HX1620/02 , HX1620/05 , HX1630/02 , HX1630/05 , HX5351/46 , HX5361/29 , HX5352/46 , HX2012/40 , HX4101/72 , HX5551/02 , HX3351/02 , HX3551/02 , HX4011/10 , HX3881/02 , HX3881/03 , HX2014/30 , HX4012/10 , HX4002/20 , HX4001/20 , HX5251/02 , HX2013/30 , HX4001/82 , HX4011/82 , HX2012/30 . more less

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