Question about Oster 76076-010 Hair Trimmer
Thanks a lot for your respond.
Your answer was helpful. But do you know the dimensions for that thermal resistor you were talking about.I think I just need that TNR resistor to be replaced.I hope it will fix my problem.So I need detailed information for that
P.S.About plugging the 110V plug into 220V outlet -- women can do so really easy with no problem believe me......(-_-)
I have bought thermal fuses from DigiKey. They have various temperature ratings. If you have a multimeter or ohmmeter you can check to see if the fuse still has continuity. If the iron sometimes works, it's not the fuse. Cords are the most common problem, but if it was plugged into a 220V I'm not sure what might have gotten fried. There is a small IC in there too, for temp control or something: if it's fried you are SOL. Save it for parts though...
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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