GHD Melted Plastics
A Guide about GHD Melted Plastics Ghd Melted Plastics? If your GHD melted don’t be alarmed. This is very easy to say. But here we can explain why they may have melted and also how to avoid making the situation worse in future. GHD melted plastics is sadly something that we see more than we would like to. We don’t think it should ever happen, but it does. Counterfeit GHDs are famous for melting, but it happens to genuine ones too. It seems to happen to any model in the mark 4 and 5 range where the temperature is controlled by a processor which reads a sensor to control how hot they are. These models beep when powered on, and again when they are ready to use. On all melted GHDs the story is nearly always the same…the second beep never happens. If your GHDs melted you will more than likely have the same story. This is because most melted GHDs have done so within the first minute. They have obviously overheated. GHDs are designed with a thermal cut out and 99 times out of 100 this is very effective and keeps us safe. Sadly however on rare occasions this can fail just a little too late, the result being melted plastics. The overheating happens when a fault occurs with the sensor or the controller which reads the sensor. It can also happen when the heater on the sensor side fails. This means the ghds never ‘think’ they are up to heat and continue to heat up one the opposite plate until the power is stopped by the thermal cut out or the person using them. This is all terrible but it can all be put right using our repairs service. We will replace and clean up any damaged areas. we will replace the parts that have caused the overheat and carry out our full temperature testing as we always do with any GHDs that we work on. Our GHD REPAIRS SERVICE IS £24.95 – Always!
- Any faults, multiple faults or damage covered.
- Return postage included in our fee.
- 6 months warranty – even on the parts that we havn’t replaced
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