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Also known as the ghd red light of death, a permanent or red flashing light on a ghd platinum hair straightener is a common fault with the ghd platinum hair straightener model S8T261. Up until recently this error would be terminal and leave the ghd useless and permanently broken. If your ghd has this problem and will not heat up then there is an error with the PCB which will need upgrading. A professional technician will be needed to do this upgrade as the platinum model is a complex fix. The good news is this is something Ion Originals can fix. To book this order your ghd platinum repair today. 

 

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Can ghd Platinum be repaired? The ghd Platinum model of hair straighteners can now be repaired. Aftermarket spares are now available for this model of ghd platinum version S8T261. Electrical repairs and cable replacements can now be carried out. Common faults with this model are the LED light flashing and beeping, red ring of death, not heating up and overheating. As of October 2019 Ion Originals Ltd. will resolve all of these issues and most other faults on the ghd platinum S8T261.

To take a closer look at the ghd platinum repair service visit https://www.ghdrepair.co.uk/platinum

Yes, not only do we repair ghd's we also sell them is various conditions from new to used from only £34.99. So why not take a look what we currently have in stock. Even if you have your ghd repaired by us it is always handy to have a backup pair or one for a family member or travel or work. All are PAT tested and to make sure they are in good and safe working order and they come with a 6 month warranty and our aftercare. Take a look at our latest stock now by clicking here.

 

 

ghd platinum model hair straighteners have caused repairers headaches ever since they were released. So why is there such a big problem with repairing them? For the answer to this question we need to know the difference between the ghd platinum and earlier models. The original ghd hair straighteners were built very much for functionality and a simple technology that was reliable and fairly basic. This basic design and build made it relatively simple to open and change components within the design. The body was screwed into place and the components on the electrical components were largely traditional.