Question about Panasonic NI-A57SR Iron with Auto Shut-off
I have been using NI-A57SR for couple of months but few days back it showed no sign of "turn on" its not getting heating up nor the indicator is showing any light.i guess the thermal fuse could have been burnt.
I literally have no idea how to open this press nor i know where to source the fuse or alternatively if it has some other problem.
Please advise . my cell number is 661-599-4430
I had the same problem, when I took it apart, I noticed the theromstat points needed sanding. Just a reminder, make sure to write down the order of wire leads before disconnecting. By the way to test if the heating element is working connect white lead to the second connection from the left and black lead to the far right. Place your iron flat down on a wet cloth ( so that you won't burn your surface). You can also use an electrical tester. If heating element does not work though, it is time to buy a new iron.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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