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GHD repairs

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I use my sisters old GHD's, they're the GHD 3 so a good few years old and past their guarantee. One of the plates is loose and falls out if you hold them in a certain way. They still work fine bu… Read More
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
I use my sisters old GHD's, they're the GHD 3 so a good few years old and past their guarantee.

One of the plates is loose and falls out if you hold them in a certain way. They still work fine but it's just a bit annoying.

Do GHD do repairs on this sort of thing, at a cost obviously? I've only got my mobile at Uni and their 0800 number might be expensive to call so though I would try and find out on here first.

If I can get the job I've an interview for this week I'll probably buy a new pair, but if not I can't afford it so a repair could be cheaper.

Any advice/experience would be appreciated!

Cheers
James
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Have never worked on a pair but I'm guessing the clips are broken and you need a heat proof adhesive. a bit of ceramic cement to bond the plate in place. Would definately do as a makeshift repair.
A few drops of firerope adhesive would also do the Job, http://shop.vitcas.com/vitcas-fire-rope-adhesive-black-79-p.asp

a better option might be heat resistant silicone but might be a tad more expensive



Edited By: callum84 on Feb 27, 2011 15:37: .
#2
Theres a guy on ebay who fixes ghds for around £15/16 and has very good feedback, got him on watch in case mine ever go down the pan haha
#3
I've got a shop near me that does repairs for £25 worth looking to see ifyour local hardwear shops fix them
#4
baceysilly
I've got a shop near me that does repairs for £25 worth looking to see ifyour local hardwear shops fix them

Wow, 25 quid for someone to drop a bit of glue in, great value.
#5
Hmmmnm well when you don't know what's wrong with them they fixed it's for me and guaranteed the repair! So yeah great value. Either that or £100 for a new pair know what I'm gonna do.
#6
baceysilly
Hmmmnm well when you don't know what's wrong with them they fixed it's for me and guaranteed the repair! So yeah great value. Either that or £100 for a new pair know what I'm gonna do.

If you don't know what's wrong with them that's a fair call but for something as trivial as a broken clip on the heater you'd be throwing money away. Wasn't having go at you btw, just find it amazing what these people charge for something they have learnt in a ebook
#7
Thanks a lot for the replies, I might try the adhesive first, for a few quid it's worth a go and it is purely that it's falling out, so should help.

James

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