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1) No voltage to receptacle 2) defective cord or terminal connection 3)open thermostat 4) open heating element 4a) the heating fuse blown 5) test the outlet wal with lamp desk, if work, the iron is the problem follow the steps before mentioned. reset the c.breaker or change the blown fuse is necessary.SEE the diagram God bless you
I would send them to the drycleaners and point out the contamination.
If they were mine, I would treat them with a little white vinegar; the white deposits are caused by a buildup of calcium in your iron.
Don't put the vinegar directly on the trousers but use a clean cloth with some vinegar on it and gently massage the deposits.
It may stink, but it is wise to now and then run it warm (only) with some white vinegar which will dissolve the deposits.
Put it on a heat-proof surface (such as a stove grate) so it can stand flat otherwise not all of the deposits will get soaked with vinegar.
After letting it soak warm, run several tanksful of plain water to remove the vinegar and shake it over the sink in case there is chunks (very well could be) that have been loosened.