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06/09/2011

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Wow my sister was using danger product. I glad that was change because many people will got hurt.

My currently comes with the standard safety device, but I imagine there are lots of folks, and especially seniors who have older models without them. Glad this is now mandatory.

Is your hair dryer safe? To find out, check the end of the cord. Is there an immersion protection device? That’s a plug with the red switch that pops out and cuts off the power if the drier comes into contact with water. For years now, most handheld hair driers have come with the immersion protection devices, but it wasn’t mandatory, so consumers have been put at risk.
My currently comes with the standard safety device, but I imagine there are lots of folks, and especially seniors who have older models without them. Glad this is now mandatory.

So many words,I will feel scared,I think more pictures will be better.But it is just my opinion ,depends on you!
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AS long as i know that the electrical cable is still ok, then set it to low position i believe it is alright.

Use it and handle with care, it should be ok...

For years now, most handheld hair driers have come with the immersion protection devices, but it wasn’t mandatory, so consumers have been put at risk.

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