#Workshop - January 16th @ 8pm: D.I.Y. Sex Toy Repair

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#Workshop - January 16th @ 8pm: D.I.Y. Sex Toy Repair

Emma (Girl With Fire) Emma (Girl With Fire)
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Originally posted by Coralbell
Silicone based grease... I wonder if it would work for anal lol
I was wondering more if silicone based lube would work instead.
01/16/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
This is great so far! I'm been lurking...
Dealing with some other business a moment ago.
I am pretty familiar with these ingredients
01/16/2011
Jobthingy Jobthingy
Popping in.. TIM! The pics are awesome! Well done! I am taking notes. I have not had this problem so far... But I will know where to find the info if it does happen.
01/16/2011
Kindred Kindred
Quote:
Originally posted by Emma (Girl With Fire)
I was wondering more if silicone based lube would work instead.
Don't use the flammable stuff!
01/16/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
I'll be forwarding this on to my husband too, I think he'll like the info here.
01/16/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Quote:
Originally posted by Jobthingy
Popping in.. TIM! The pics are awesome! Well done! I am taking notes. I have not had this problem so far... But I will know where to find the info if it does happen.
Agreed the pics are great!
01/16/2011
Emma (Girl With Fire) Emma (Girl With Fire)
Quote:
Originally posted by Kindred
Don't use the flammable stuff!
Lol good call. I don't use silicone lube anyways.
01/16/2011
Gary Gary
YEs, definitely! The pics bring it all together for sure!
01/16/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Quote:
Originally posted by Gary
YEs, definitely! The pics bring it all together for sure!
I am just copying and pasting everything Tim ins saying, pics included into a word doc.
01/16/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Quote:
Originally posted by Emma (Girl With Fire)
I was wondering more if silicone based lube would work instead.
It might but it will not stay in place as well.

Kindred, Talk about a vibe heating up!
01/16/2011
Redboxbaby Redboxbaby
Shoot I have to run my son to a friends house. I will check back later. Nice so far!.
01/16/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Quote:
Originally posted by ~LaUr3n~
I am just copying and pasting everything Tim ins saying, pics included into a word doc.
I will be happy to send you, and any one else, the whole thing when we are done.
01/16/2011
Emma (Girl With Fire) Emma (Girl With Fire)
Quote:
Originally posted by Redboxbaby
Shoot I have to run my son to a friends house. I will check back later. Nice so far!.
Bye!
01/16/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Place some new batteries in the toy and test to see if it works. If all the contacts are clean, you should be good. If not double check the contacts and re-clean if necessary. If they are clean and it does not work, there is probably some internal damage. Most vibes do not come apart so give it a proper burial and say some nice words about its life.

If it is now working, now it is time for the Dielectric grease. You can use your gloved finger or the eraser of the pencil to apply it to the contact points.








Make sure to cover the contacts good with the grease, I also put some on the new batteries as well. Now you can put the new batteries back in the vibe and turn it on. Hopefully it works like new and you now ready for that playtime you were looking for to begin with.
01/16/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
I will be happy to send you, and any one else, the whole thing when we are done.
OH! That works too. I'll gladly take that as well.
01/16/2011
Kindred Kindred
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Place some new batteries in the toy and test to see if it works. If all the contacts are clean, you should be good. If not double check the contacts and re-clean if necessary. If they are clean and it does not work, there is probably some internal ...
That sounds pretty simple. The pictures definitely help.
01/16/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Place some new batteries in the toy and test to see if it works. If all the contacts are clean, you should be good. If not double check the contacts and re-clean if necessary. If they are clean and it does not work, there is probably some internal ...
YEAY! Sweet Luckily, I have not had this problem yet.
01/16/2011
Coralbell Coralbell
So what is the purpose of the grease? To prevent it from rusting again?
01/16/2011
Gary Gary
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Place some new batteries in the toy and test to see if it works. If all the contacts are clean, you should be good. If not double check the contacts and re-clean if necessary. If they are clean and it does not work, there is probably some internal ...
...happily ever after.
01/16/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
I will be happy to send you, and any one else, the whole thing when we are done.
Could you send it to me? I'd like to save all these fun workshops.
01/16/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Quote:
Originally posted by Coralbell
So what is the purpose of the grease? To prevent it from rusting again?
Yes, most contacts have a "plating" of some kind. When you sand it you will take off some of this coating. The grease will protect it and keep it from rusting/corroding again. Also if you put it on before you have a problem it will prevent it from happening in the first place.
01/16/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
But wait! Before you go play, give it a through cleaning using soap and water first, this will remove any remaining WD-40, follow this with you favorite toy cleaner or anti-bac soap. Have to be safe, eh?




Yeah!!! You are all set, now go get that orgasm!

FYI, this also works for just about anything battery operated; remotes for the TV, the radio or even some cell phones. Also, the Dielectric grease is great at protecting contacts from moisture to begin with and will not impede current (take away power). If you do this when you first get the toy, it will prevent the rust or corrosion from starting.

For those that are concerned about the ingredients of WD-40 and the Dielectric grease, you can look at the following links. *WD-40’s ingredients are a closely guarded secret, so only the basic make up is listed.

WD-40 Dielectric/silicone grease
01/16/2011
Gary Gary
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
But wait! Before you go play, give it a through cleaning using soap and water first, this will remove any remaining WD-40, follow this with you favorite toy cleaner or anti-bac soap. Have to be safe, eh?




Yeah!!! You are all set, ...
Ok... would a dab of the Dielectric Grease on a new toy be overkill? Or could this help to extend the toys life?
01/16/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by Jul!a
Could you send it to me? I'd like to save all these fun workshops.
For those that want a copy of my doc with links, just send me an email dwtims@gmail.c om and I will be happy to send it to you. Pics are on Flickr.
01/16/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
Ok, I gotta run for now, but I'll be back to read all of this again tomorrow. You did an awesome job Tim, I hope you do more in the future
01/16/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Quote:
Originally posted by Gary
Ok... would a dab of the Dielectric Grease on a new toy be overkill? Or could this help to extend the toys life?
No, in fact it would help. I have one vibe that I always have to tap to get it to work, I cleaned of the contacts and put some grease on it and have not had to tap it yet.
01/16/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Ok ready for the next one?
01/16/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
For those that want a copy of my doc with links, just send me an email dwtims@gmail.c om and I will be happy to send it to you. Pics are on Flickr.
Done! I'm the wally one. I totally forgot to sign my name.
01/16/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Ok ready for the next one?
Yup!
01/16/2011
Gary Gary
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
No, in fact it would help. I have one vibe that I always have to tap to get it to work, I cleaned of the contacts and put some grease on it and have not had to tap it yet.
That good to know. If you shell out the money for some of these luxury toys especially, anything that would keep them healthy and functional would be quite valuable!
01/16/2011
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