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Hairdryer/ Converter

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I purchased 1875 watt international converter to be able to use my 1875 watt dual voltage hair dryer for a trip to the UK and Paris. Before anyone suggests just using the hair dryer at the hotel, I have super thick curly hair and need to use a diffuser and have not been able to find one that fits the usually small travel dryers in hotels.

My questions are...should I change the switch from 125v to 250v on the hair dryer? And on the converter itself there are two settings HIGH / LOW, which do I select?

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