BY: JOSIE LUETHJE
Can you get shocked in water?
How does it work?
A GFCI is the larger, polarized plug that you'll find on many consumer appliances. When they're plugged in, GFCIs monitor the amount of current that's running from one slot of a wall outlet through an electric circuit and back to the other slot. If they sense a leak in the current, they trip the circuit. ( http://home.howstuffworks.com/hair-dryer.htm )
How much does it cost each year?
Has anyone ever gotten severely injured?
What does the inside of a hair dryer look like?
How many kwh does it take for a hair dryer to kill someone?
About 60 kwh
Why does a hair dryer randomly spark?
What are the safest hair dryers?