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Blown fuse


If the fuse you are blowing is in your fuse box in house then your steamer is using more power than the fuse can carry. Move to an outlet powered by a larger fuse. Do not recommend changing fuse to a larger amp fuse because this could cause a fire hazard.

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Change the thermal fuse inside iron that's why not getting hot. thermal fuse blown up due to overheat inside


An iron should be calibrated to 410 degrees on wool setting to get the other settings to work correctly.

Dec 26, 2012 | Irons

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The fuse used i a rion box is called?


normally thermal fuse is the name. for this kind of appliance see the diagram attached. God bless you, you can find in radio shack.

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Jul 24, 2012 | Irons

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I read to check the fuse when the iron is flashing and not heating, Where is it located?


Hello. The fuse is called thermal fuse, it is a small cylindrical metal, placed in series with one of the main line and screwed and enclosed in an insulator. You can see that inside the iron.

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Where is the fuse located


There are No fuses as per normal, BUT there indeed MAY be a Thermal Fuse, this is a little cylindrical thing about the size of a pencil and about 3/4" long it sometimes is silver and will be wired into the Phase, or "Hot" wire. This will go "Open Circuit" when "Blown". Replace this and you may be all good? You can but check?

Mar 05, 2010 | Euro-Pro Shark GI490 Iron

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My yamata fp202L


Most likely it is the fuse that regulates the heating element on your press that has burned out.
All you have to do is open the top, remove the heating plate. The fuse will be on the left, button shaped.
Replace the fuse and put everything back together and the unit should work.
You can buy a fuse from the company you bought your press at or contact the manufacturer.

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Shark euro pro x


We fixed ours today. Take the iron plate off (bottom of the iron shaped like a triangle). You are looking for a thermal fuse (or thermal-protector fuse) pictured here for less than $2 at Radio Shack(http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2102788&CAWELAID=107599331). You will need needlenose pliers to gently remove the old fuse and the wire cutters to trim the long wires to the same length as the old fuse (less than 1/2"). Also, since the old fuse was 240 C and we only could find a 228 C replacement - we cannot use the iron at the same high temp. So we limited the dial by marking out a portion of the dial. The iron stopped working after I kept the iron on high for an extended period of time. My electrician husband explained that I over heated the iron - breaking the fuse. Not time I'll turn the iron off or down when I'm not using it. This was so easy, I'm going to check out our other broken irons.

Jul 05, 2008 | Euro-Pro Shark GI490 Iron

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