Question about Rowenta Professional DM890 Iron with Auto Shut-off

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Rowenta iron has no heat

I removed 6 screws and can't get it apart yo t/s

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You can get parts for your unit from the link below

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Provide more information if you need more help.


Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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There are possibly hidden screws under soft parts, also if there is a big button that rotates, that might come out aswell.

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There is also an lock type of attachment on lower broader side.that needs to be loosened to take it apart.thanks.

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What you want to do with the Iron?

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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    rockfixya Feb 24, 2009

    Apart from the obvious two rear screws which you access by removing the plate on the power cord side, there is a "hidden" front screw just at the front of the lower part of the handle/body.You can access that screw by pulling out (towards the front of the iron) the piece of plastic which is used as the water inlet to the tank.
    That piece stays in place using an O-ring at the bottom side and a slot/grove on its top.
    Once the front screw has been removed, everything else becomes obvious.

    Hope it helps.
    Thanks


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