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Blow dryer keeps sutting off during use

My blow dryer keeps shutting off during use. I know it's not the cord i think it's a heating element because it happens when i use the diffuser to straiten my hair. I lost the freak'n warrenty and like an ***, i forget to fill it out and send it in. I love this dryer and it cost me like 80 bucks!!! Is there anywhere i can take it to get fixed or a part that i can buy to fix it?

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The warranty is worthless. But no matter. It sounds like the 'thermal breaker' was tripping while you were using it. If it would come back on after it cooled down for a few minutes, that's it. There's a little switch inside that trips open if the dryer gets too hot. Once it cools, the switch resets itself. All hair dryers have them, I'm sure it's a safety requirement.
Glad you got it fixed though!

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