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  • Identify the black air concentrating nozzle.

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  • Remove the black air concentrating nozzle by gently twisting and pulling the nozzle.

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Image 1/1: The purpose of this guide is to demonstrate the repair steps for a generic hair dryer. We do not specify screw sizes because screw sizes can differ between hair dryers.  For most hair dryers, use a Phillips #1 Screwdriver. For hair dryers with smaller screws, consider using a Phillips #00 Screwdriver.
  • Using a screwdriver, remove the screw located underneath the air concentrating nozzle. This screw attaches the hair dryer body to the hair dryer grating.

  • The purpose of this guide is to demonstrate the repair steps for a generic hair dryer. We do not specify screw sizes because screw sizes can differ between hair dryers. For most hair dryers, use a Phillips #1 Screwdriver. For hair dryers with smaller screws, consider using a Phillips #00 Screwdriver.

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  • Detach the hair dryer grating from the body by gently twisting the grating from side to side.

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  • Separate the hair dryer grating into the three pieces seen in the image.

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  • Locate the screws on the handle and remove with a Phillips screwdriver

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  • Carefully separate the plastic case with Plastic Opening Tools

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  • Your hairdryer should now be disassembled and you should easily be able to see the fan, motor, heating element cover, and internal wiring.

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  • After disassembly and isolating the button switchboard, locate the small component that is directly connected to the power cord. Desolder the wires using a desoldering wick and a soldering iron. Refer to the soldering page below.

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Conclusion

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

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