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Current version by: Brianna Rodebaugh ,

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The hair dryer might have some sort of blockage. You can start by examining the nozzle for any easily removable blockages. It could be clogged with hair or dust caught in the back grill. If no air comes out after removing all visible clogs, try opening your hair dryer to find any clogs that weren't visible.
The hair dryer might have some sort of blockage. You can start by examining the nozzle for any easily removable blockages. It could be clogged with hair or dust caught in the back grill. If no air comes out after removing all visible clogs, try opening your hair dryer to find any clogs that weren't visible.
 
If that still doesn't solve your problem, it is likely that the fan of motor needs to be cleaned or replacedremoved and cleaned. You can refer to the repair guide[http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Conair+Infiniti+Pro+Model+259NP+Fan+Motor+Assembly+Replacement/25662|Fan Motor Assembly Guide].
If that still doesn't solve your problem, it is likely that the fan of motor needs to be cleaned or replacedremoved and cleaned. You can refer to the repair guide[http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Conair+Infiniti+Pro+Model+259NP+Fan+Motor+Assembly+Replacement/25662|Fan Motor Assembly Guide].
 
For any other issues, the [[Conair Infiniti Pro Model 259NP Troubleshooting|Conair Infiniti Pro Model 259NP Troubleshooting Guide]] should help.

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Edit by: Brianna Rodebaugh ,

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The hair dryer might have some sort of blockage. You can start by examining the nozzle for any easily removable blockages. It could be clogged with hair or dust caught in the back grill. If no air comes out after removing all visible clogs, try opening your hairdryerhair dryer to find any clogs that weren't visible.
The hair dryer might have some sort of blockage. You can start by examining the nozzle for any easily removable blockages. It could be clogged with hair or dust caught in the back grill. If no air comes out after removing all visible clogs, try opening your hairdryerhair dryer to find any clogs that weren't visible.
 
If that still doesn't solve your problem, it is likely that the fan of motor needs to be cleaned or replaced. You can refer to the repair guide.
 
For any other issues, the Troubleshooting Guide for the hair dryer should help. [[Conair Infiniti Pro Model 259NP Troubleshooting|Conair Infiniti Pro Model 259NP Troubleshooting Guide]] should help.
For any other issues, the Troubleshooting Guide for the hair dryer should help. [[Conair Infiniti Pro Model 259NP Troubleshooting|Conair Infiniti Pro Model 259NP Troubleshooting Guide]] should help.

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Original post by: Brianna Rodebaugh ,

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The hair dryer might have some sort of blockage. You can start by examining the nozzle for any easily removable blockages. It could be clogged with hair or dust caught in the back grill. If no air comes out after removing all visible clogs, try opening your hairdryer to find any clogs that weren't visible.

If that still doesn't solve your problem, it is likely that the fan of motor needs to be cleaned or replaced. You can refer to the repair guide.

For any other issues, the Troubleshooting Guide for the hair dryer should help. [[Conair Infiniti Pro Model 259NP Troubleshooting|Conair Infiniti Pro Model 259NP Troubleshooting Guide]]

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