Introduction

A defective heating element can prevent the hair dryer from heating blown air, so we are replacing the heating element. Replacing the heating element should ensure hot air when blown.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Begin with the side with switches
    • Begin with the side with switches

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  2. Remove the Phillips PH0 bit
    • Remove the Phillips PH0 bit

    • Insert the bit into the screwdriver

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    • Unscrew the shell screw (1) with the screw driver

    • 5mm Phillips flat-head screw

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    • Flip the hair dryer over to the side without switches

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    • Unscrew the shell screw (1) with the screwdriver

    • 5mm Phillips flat-head screw

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    • Remove the bit from the screwdriver and insert the Phillips PH2 bit

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    • Unscrew the remaining shell screws (5) with the screwdriver

    • 15mm Phillips round-head screws

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    • Gently pull the two sides apart

    • Separate each side

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    • Remove front grill

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    • Pull up and remove the heating element assembly

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    • Remove the outer sleeve and replace the heating element

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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