Question about Cars & Trucks
Anything that heat has a safety device inside that is like a fuse called a thermal cutoff. It prevents fires. (meltdowns etc). It is near impossible in this throwaway society to find an electronics technician, and it would be too expensive to have them repair it anyways. You can choose to repair it yourself, or find a family member etc. You just have to buy another thermal cutoff look closely at the old one to see the temperature rating. The new one has to be crimped on. The crimp can't have any plastic on it. Or you can just buy another straightener... it may be cheaper and safer. Maybe buy one not made in China :)
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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