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Roberts - Answered a Question by Mack (09 Sep 08 18:26)

If you shave all your hair off before going on holiday you wont need a hairdryer....there problem solved. Have you tried the hair dryer that doesnt need electricity? It's called a towel. Im such a comedian. lol.

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Mack - replied to Roberts (10 Sep 08 07:56)

Male obviously!!

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BLYTH - Answered a Question by Mack (09 Sep 08 10:47)

The newer Princess's [Ruby/Royal] do have 110/220v but the older ones are just 110v but does your hair dryer not have a dual voltage setting so it should cope as well on board as at home.

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Mack - replied to BLYTH (10 Sep 08 07:59)

Ah I see! I have seen dual voltage hairdryers but didn't realise it meant you could switch between the two (according to the voltage available)and the hairdryer would work just the same - duh!

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