DryCare Advanced Dryer

ThermoBalance sensor, Ionic, 2200W BHD184/00


My Philips hairdryer shut off suddenly

For your safety, your Philips dryer will automatically shut off if it overheats. If this happens, please follow these steps.

Unplug the dryer and let it cool down for a few minutes

Before you switch it on again, check the grilles to make sure they are not blocked by fluff, hair etc.

The information on this page applies to the following models: BHD184/00 , HP8280/00 , HP8233/00 , HP8232/00 , HP8656/00 , HP8260/00 , HP8309/22 , HP8298/00 , HP4935/22 , HP4997/22 , HP8180/00 , HP8183/00 , HP8182/00 , HP4940/00 , HP4962/07 , HP4829/00 , HP4992/07 , HP4867/07 , HP4982/07 , HP4880/07 , HP4882/07 , HP4891/17 . more less

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