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Jun 16, 2009 · Turbo 1875 You can get these just about anywhere. They have a high/low switch, and they also have a Cool/Warm/Hot switch. So I just run my coal forge with this hair dryer in the low or high position on cool. It was much easier then trying to spend a day reinventing a hair dryer

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