2000w Hair dryer

2000w Hair dryer
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Style 2010
2000w
Hair Dryer
model: H1510Bk
thank you
Thank you for the purchase of this quality LLOYTRON product. Used carefully and in accordance with the
instructions enclosed, it should give you trouble free service over a long period of time. Please keep these
instructions for future reference.
FEATURES
• 2000W Maximum Power
• 220-240v AC 50/60Hz
• Quiet DC Motor
• 3 Heat / 2 Speed Settings (A)
• Cool Shot Button (B)
• Narrow Concentrator Nozzle (C)
• Hang Loop (D)
• Built-in Thermal Safety Cut-Out
A
B
C
D
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS AND PRECAUTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
• Read all instructions carefully
• For Household Use only. Not intended for commercial use.
• Only for use indoors.
• Do not use outside or in damp conditions.
• Before plugging into mains socket, check whether supply line voltage and current rating are in compliance with the rated electrical parameters shown on the rating label.
• Keep away from hot surfaces, such as gas or electric hobs and ovens etc
• Do not use for any purposes other than the appliances intended use.
• This appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or separate remote control system.
• To prevent damage to the mains cord, do not let it pass over sharp corners, edges or hot surfaces.
• If the supply cord is damaged, do not use. Check before each use!
• The supply cord cannot be replaced. If the cord is damaged the appliance should be scrapped.
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• Do not use if any part of this appliance is damaged in any way.
• Always unplug when not in use.
• To prevent against the risk of electric shock, do not submerge any part of this appliance in water, unless
advised in this manual.
• This appliance should only be used on a flat surface.
• This appliance can be used by children aged from 8
years and above and persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and
knowledge if they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a
safe way and understand the hazards involved.
• Children shall not play with this appliance.
• Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made
by children without supervision.
WARNING! Do not use this appliance near bathtubs, showers or other vessels containing water.
• When the appliance is used in a bathroom, unplug it after use since the proximity of water presents a
hazard even when the appliance is switched off.
• For additional protection, the installation of a residual current device (RCD) having a rated residual
operating current of 30mA is advisable in the electric circuit supplying the bathroom. Ask your installer for
advice.
• Should this appliance fall into water, pull the plug out of the wall immediately. Do not place your hand in
the water. The appliance should then be checked by a qualified electrician before use again!
• Do not touch the scalp when using.
• Do not allow the supply cord to come in contact with the heating element during use.
• Do not direct aerosols or water sprays into the appliance.
• The air inlet and outlet openings should never be obstructed.
• Keep your hair away from the immediate vicinity of the air inlet opening.
• The safety grill fitted in the air inlet opening is designed to prevent hair being drawn in. If the grill
becomes clogged, it should be cleaned (e.g. with vacuum cleaner or brush), as otherwise the airflow
will be obstructed to such an extent that the thermal cut-out will operate.
• The hairdryer is fitted with a thermal cut-out should it overheat. The hairdryer will switch on again
automatically after cooling down for a few minutes.
• Do not use the hair dryer with wet hands or wet hair.
• When drying your hair in rollers, do not allow any clips, hairpins etc to project more than 10mm (finger
width) so as to ensure that they do not come in contact with the live parts inside the appliance.
• When using clips and hairpins, these may become hot with prolonged drying. It is advised that these are
removed.
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operation
BASIC DRYING TECHNIQUES
1. Gently towel dry hair to remove excess water. Avoid rubbing hair with towel - this creates split ends and
frizziness. Detangle hair with a wide-toothed comb.
2. Be sure dryer is turned off. Plug dryer into an electrical outlet.
3. Turn the dryer on and set to a high heat and speed. Remove some of the additional mosture from your
hair by briskly blow drying it all over, using your fingers to “comb” through hair.
4. 5. When hair is almost dry, lower the heat setting and speed to desire settingsand begin to style. See guide below.
Divide hair into manageable sections. Begin at the nape of your neck and brush hair, following the
movement of the brush with the dryer. Continue working your way up to your scalp, then to the sides and
the front, drying small sections at a time.
CONCENTRATOR ATTACHMENT
This attachment is provided to help focus the Heat and Blow to
a specific target of Hair.
For Straight, Smooth Hair
With the dryer turned off, attach the concentrator to the end of
the nozzle. Brush hair from underneath using a large, round
brush or paddle brush. Pull hair down until the hair is fully
extended and taut. Run the dryer slowly down the length of the
hair several times until dry. Repeat with all sections of the hair
until it is completely dry.
For Curly Hair
Use dryer on a low heat and speed setting and move it quickly
about your head. As you dry your hair, scrunch it with your
favourite styling product or twirl strands of hair around your
fingers to add definition.
Recommended Settings
Hair Type
Airflow
Heat
Short & Curly
Low
Low
Short & Sculptured
Low
Low
Medium & Curly
Low
Low
Medium & Sleek
High
Medium
Medium & Sculptured
Low
Medium
Long & Curly
Low
High
Long & Sleek
High
High
Long & Sculptured
High
High
CLEANING AND CARE
MAINTENANCE:
The Hair Dryer is virtually maintenance-free. Keep all vents and openings clear of dirt and dust. If cleaning
becomes necessary, disconnect the unit from the power source, ensure it has cooled completely and wipe
the exterior with a damp cloth, then wipe dry.
If any abnormal condition occurs, unplug the unit, allow it to cool and return it for repair to an authorized
service representative only. Repairs should not be attempted by the user.
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Always disconnect the hair dryer before cleaning.
Never immerse the hair dryer in water.
It is sufficient to wipe the exterior over with a damp cloth and then wipe dry.
A soft dry brush may be used to remove dust and hairs from the air inlet grille, to
ensure proper airflow at all times.
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CLEANING AND CARE CONTINUED
WARNING: To avoid the risk of electrocution – KEEP AWAY FROM WATER HAZARDS
• DO NOT IMMERSE THE UNIT IN WATER OR ANY OTHER LIQUID
• DO NOT TAKE OR USE THIS APPLIANCE IN THE BATHROOM
• DO NOT USE A HAIR DRYER WITH WET HANDS
• NEVER USE THE HAIR DRYER IN THE BATH, UNDER A SHOWER OR OVER A WASH
BASIN FULL OF WATER
• DO NOT REACH FOR THE HAIR DRYER IF IT HAS FALLEN INTO WATER OR ANY
OTHER LIQUID. UNPLUG IT IMMEDIATELY.
Storage
When not in use, store the Hair Dryer out of reach of children in a safe, dry location. Do not jerk or strain cord
at plug connections. Do not wrap the line cord around the appliance. Allow the cord to hang or lie loose and
straight at the point of entry into the appliance.
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WEEE/ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Disposal of Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Do not dispose of this product with household waste. For the proper treatment, recovery and
recycling please take this product to the appropriate waste collection point. If you are unsure
where this may be, please contact your local authority. Improper disposal may be harmful to
the environment.
UK PLUG REWIRING
(E) EARTH
13A Fuse
(N) NEUTRAL
(L) LIVE
Your appliance operates on 220-240V~50Hz AC Mains and comes fitted with a 3-pin BSI Approved plug, so
that it is ready for use by simply plugging into AC Mains. Should you need to change or refit a plug, proceed
as follows: -
IMPORTANT:
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
BLUE:
NEUTRAL (N)
BROWN:
LIVE (L)
GREEN AND YELLOW:
EARTH (E)
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The BLUE wire must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter “N” or coloured BLACK.
The BROWN wire must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter “L” or coloured RED.
The GREEN AND YELLOW wire must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter “E”, the
symbol or coloured GREEN.
DO NOT CONNECT EITHER WIRE TO THE EARTH TERMINAL OF A 3-PIN PLUG
Always ensure that the Mains Cord is located into the Plug through the Cord Guard or Cable Clamp, and that
the Cord Guard screws are tightened to clamp the Cord (outer sheath and inner coloured wires) in position
in the Plug. Make sure the Plug top is also fitted securely.
The supply cord cannot be replaced. If the supply cord is damaged, the appliance should be scrapped.
This appliance must be protected by a 13 Amp fuse in a 13 Amp type (BS1363) plug.
Should you need to replace the fuse, use only an ASTA approved BS1362 fuse.
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CUSTOMER SERVICES
If you have any queries about this product, there are three ways to contact our customer service department:
call: 08454 81 8808
email: customerservice@lloytron.com
web: www.lloytronhelpdesk.com
To find more details on a wide range of Lloytron products please visit our website at www.lloytron.com
Lloytron plc, Laltex House, Leigh Commerce Park, Greenfold Way, Leigh, Lancashire, WN7 3XH. England, U.K
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