Introduction

If your dryer isn't turning on, the back of the On/Off button that engages the power may be broken.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Unscrew the two 18 mm long Phillips #2 screws on the side of the hair dryer.
    • Unscrew the two 18 mm long Phillips #2 screws on the side of the hair dryer.

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  3. Some pieces may fall out when removing the face of the handle.
    • Some pieces may fall out when removing the face of the handle.

    • Once you have taken the screws out, take the top half of the handle off by lifting it off of the dryer.

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    • Now take out the On/Off switch by gently pulling it out towards you and lightly pushing it to the right with your finger until it comes out of the groove it is resting in.

    • Once the new switch is in place you can put the dryer back together.

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Conclusion

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

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Looks to me that a replacement switch would be required. How can obtain one?

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