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Electrical Issues

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So I'm studying in the South of France, and I would like to use my U.S curler&straighter (already blew out my blow dryer) so I know that I need not only an a adapter, but I also need a converter. I bought a universal adapter/converter today and it says 6a max 100-240 V. And it has switches that change from U.S.A, Europe, and U.K. Will this fry my american curling iron if it says 120v/240v 50/60 Hz or my flat iron that says 120v 60hz? help!

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