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We live in a disposable society. In the old days, you could take small appliances to a repair shop and have them serviced. Today there are too many different devices from too many sources to adequately maintain and stock parts for any kind of repair shop. Also, most devices are so mass-produced that they would cost more to repair (labor cost) than the device is worth. unless the damage is obvious and can be repaired easily, you are best to just write it off and buy another.
no batteries ! works by just heating the base element which then retains the heat simply by virtue of it's materials and mass.
the sparking sounds like a short in the circuitry or element. If so, no replacement parts or service is available that I have found yet. I own one too, and have been looking for a while ! mine still works but I need some cosmetic parts. If you are interested in selling to me for parts, please contact me @ firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks!