Question about Irons
It seemed strange...as I remember it said to plug in first before adding water....I accidently turned the manual in to Kmart when returning my coffee maker that stayed hot for hours and hours
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Iron stopped working suddenly
perhaps the thermostat is sticking.as irons are cheap to replace i would try cleaning /soaking the tank to remove lime scale. or strip the iron down checking thermostat and conections.
Posted on May 01, 2009
The flashing is a indication that somthing is failing.. More than likely it is a internal component..
It might be most efficent to get a new one..
Or bring it back if it is under warranty..
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
SOURCE: My wifes Hamilton Beach Iron
If this question had come through yesterday I would have said it was an April fools joke. Somehow pressure is leaking back into the iron body and the only outlet it can find is some poorly made electrical lead. For starters I suggest that you replace the cord and plug. Perhaps a better quality cord will not do that. For extra security, seal the ends of the wires with silicone sealant. If I had grand kids, this would be a story to tell them, like you say, it is hard to believe but good luck.
I just told my wife the story and she asked if the water was not coming from the wall socket from a leak somewhere else in the house?
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
SOURCE: water leaking out of iron
The Use and Care Guide for the Hamilton Beach Iron can be downloaded here:
If water is leaking out of the iron:
• Do not overfill the water tank.
• If steam ironing, is Adjustable Steam Knob in a steam position that matches Temperature Control Dial steam range? Did the iron have enough time to preheat?
• If dry ironing, make sure the Adjustable Steam Knob is in the DRY IRON position.
Posted on Jun 30, 2011
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