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I have a babyliss hair dryer mod. 6619E type S54d The dryer turns on but after a few second it turns off What is the reason.

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Is it throwing a reset switch on its plug head? if so press the reset button on the plug head if it trips again there's an issue inside the hair dryer thats making it shut off power to it from the plug head

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