Please have a look at our free toothbrush repair and battery replacement guides by choosing from the list below or from the menu. See further down this page for tips on identifying which toothbrush you have.
- Philips Sonicare DiamondClean HX9340 and other HX9300 models
- Philips Sonicare EasyClean HX6530 and other HX6500 models
- Colgate Omron C200 ProClinical and similar
- Braun Oral-B VITALITY Type 3709
- Braun Oral-B Professional Care Type 3728 and the similar 4736
- Braun Oral-B TRIUMPH v1 Models (Types 3731, 3738 and 3745)
- Braun Oral-B TRIUMPH v2 Models (Types 3761, 3762 and 3764)
- Braun Oral-B Professional Care and TriZone Type 3754 and 3756
- Braun Oral-B Genius/Smart Type 3765 and 3771
- Braun Oral-B PRO/Smart Type 3766 and 3767
- Braun Oral-B SONIC COMPLETE Type 4717
- Braun Oral-B Professional Care Type 4729 and the similar 3746
Can’t find a repair guide for your toothbrush? Take a look at our Other Models blog post for tips or to make a request for a full guide for your brush!
Identifying your Electric Toothbrush
The best way to identify the model of your toothbrush is using the “Type” number for Braun Oral-B toothbrushes, or the “HX” number for Philips Sonicare toothbrushes. This number is marked on the bottom or back of the handle, for example: (click to enlarge)
This is the easiest way to identify Braun Oral-B toothbrushes because, confusingly, Braun Oral-B have used the same various marketing and model names over the years across the whole range of toothbrushes they have produced including Professional Care, Genius, Smart, Pro, AdvancePower, PlakControl, SmartSeries, DeepSweep, Denta-Pride, Black, White, Sensitive Clean, TriZone and TriAction. These names cannot be used to reliably identify your exact model of toothbrush.
Various duplicated model numbers were marked on the packaging including 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 450, 500, 550, 600, 650, 700, 800, 900, 1000, 1500, 2000, 3000, 4000, 4750, 5000, 5500, 5550, 6000, 6500, 7000, 7400, 7500, 7550, 7850, 8000, 8300, 8500, 8850, 8900, 9000, 9400, 9500, 9900 and 9950. These bear no consistent relation to the type of toothbrush they have been used to describe and have been re-used for completely different models.
To further confuse things, there are often type numbers marked on the packaging and in the instruction manuals which are different to those marked on the toothbrush handles themselves!
Once you have identified what toothbrush you have then take a look at the list of toothbrush repair guides at the top of this page.