Dyson Airwrap has been a go-to styling tool for many, known for its ability to create beautiful curls and waves without the damage caused by high heat. However, a common issue reported by users is that their Dyson Airwrap is overheating during use.
Many users have expressed their frustration with this problem by sharing their experiences and seeking solutions on different social media platforms and online forums. They also mentioned that the device flashes a red light and then turns off automatically, not working at all.
Well, this short guide will explain why a Dyson Airwrap becomes extensively overheated during use. Let’s dive in…
Issues that a user experience
Many users have experienced various issues with their Airwrap, but I have observed that overheating and frequent shut-offs are common.
Here is a list of issues that users experienced:
- The Airwrap is getting too hot to hold during use.
- The device shuts off automatically due to overheating.
- A burning smell emitted from inside.
- Reduced performance and effectiveness of the styling results due to overheating.
Some users have also reported that the problem is more pronounced when using attachments or certain settings.
What causes a Dyson Airwrap to overheat?
A clogged filter! Exactly, a blocked filter is typically the root cause of the problem. However, a malfunctioning motor or damaged circuit board can also be responsible.
Here are the primary reasons your device is overheating:
- A dusty filter.
- A damaged internal circuit board.
- A malfunctioning motor.
Wait, if your Airwrap is heating but not excessively, it’s simple. All electronics get hot when in use. However, if it’s overheating to an unnatural degree and shutting off frequently, then it’s a problem.
Troubleshooting Overheating Problems of Dyson Airwrap
The solution is pretty simple. Just clean the filter. Here is how:
- Unplug your Airwrap: It’s very important! This will prevent any possible electrical shock that may occur while you are cleaning it.
- Clean the filter cage: Take the filter cleaning brush, thread it through the cable, and brush over the hair styler in circular motions around the air filter.
- Clean the Air filter: Once you have cleaned the filter cage, remove it. Spin the filter cleaner brush around the uncovered air filter in a circular motion and blow away any accumulated dust.
- Wash it: Wash the filter cage under warm tap water and let it dry completely.
- Reinstall it: Finally, reinstall the filter cage in its place.
WARNING: Do not use chemicals or liquids to wash the filter cage! Only use warm running tap water.
Q. How can I prevent my Dyson Airwrap from overheating?
You can’t prevent an electric device from heating. But you can take some basic steps to keep the heat in a considerable state. Here’s how:
- Use the device on the lowest heat setting possible.
- Limit the amount of time you use the device in one session.
- Clean the device regularly to ensure no build-up of dust and debris could impede airflow.
- Allow the device to cool down fully between uses.
- Be sure to use the device in a well-ventilated area.
- Make sure the filter is clean and replace it if needed.
Q. Can an overheating Dyson Airwrap damage my hair?
Yes, an overheating Airwrap can damage your hair if used excessively or at high temperatures.
Q. What maximum temperature should a Dyson Airwrap reach while in use?
Dyson does not specify a maximum temperature for their Airwrap models. But use the lowest heat setting possible and avoid using the tool on high heat settings for extended periods.
However, It uses a combination of heat and air pressure to style hair, instead of traditional heat tools, which rely on direct heat.
The Airwrap continuously measures the airflow temperature to ensure that it never exceeds 302 degrees Fahrenheit (150 degrees Celsius) to minimize the risk of damage to the hair.
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