Tools Featured in this Teardown

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Revlon Perfect Heat Jumbo 3 Barrel Waver, use our service manual.

Image 1/3: The device used in this tear-down is missing the lever and spring. Image 2/3: Remove these items by lifting up on the lever until it pops out of place. The spring should come out easily. Image 3/3: Remove these items by lifting up on the lever until it pops out of place. The spring should come out easily.
  • Make sure your the device is unplugged before starting this teardown.

  • The device used in this tear-down is missing the lever and spring.

  • Remove these items by lifting up on the lever until it pops out of place. The spring should come out easily.

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  • Remove all of the screws on the back of the plastic covering.

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  • Remove the plastic handle cover by lifting it straight up.

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  • Remove the small black screw that is holding the circuit board in place.

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  • Remove the power cord from the power port of the Waver by holding the port with one hand and pulling on the cord with the other hand.

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Image 1/3: The internal ceramic cylinders are very soft and tear easily. Be careful not to damage them. Image 2/3: The internal ceramic cylinders are very soft and tear easily. Be careful not to damage them. Image 3/3: The internal ceramic cylinders are very soft and tear easily. Be careful not to damage them.
  • Remove the two metal cylinders by sliding them down the length of the inner soft cylinders.

  • The internal ceramic cylinders are very soft and tear easily. Be careful not to damage them.

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  • Remove the plastic cylinder holders by lifting them up and along the length of the cylinder.

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Image 1/1: The internal cylinder is very soft and tears easily. Be careful not to damage it.
  • Similar to step 4, remove the back metal plate by sliding down the length of the intern cylinder.

  • The internal cylinder is very soft and tears easily. Be careful not to damage it.

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Image 1/3: Lift the dial straight up from the circuit board. It should come off easily. Image 2/3: Lift the dial straight up from the circuit board. It should come off easily. Image 3/3: Lift the dial straight up from the circuit board. It should come off easily.
  • Gently lift the circuit board and tilt it to the side.

  • Lift the dial straight up from the circuit board. It should come off easily.

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  • Here are all of the safely removeavable components of the waver

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