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Wiring diagram for Rowenta DE-05

I took the iron apart for cleaning and installing a new cord and neglected to note which wire goes where. Does anyone have a wiring diagram for this iron?

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I took the iron apart for cleaning and installing a new cord and neglected to note which wire goes where. Does anyone have a wiring diagram for this iron?

Posted on Sep 26, 2010

  • leym Feb 01, 2011

    Did anyone find this wiring diagram for the Rowenta iron? I have the same problem.
    Thanks.

  • girls2good Jul 15, 2013

    I am also in need of this wiring diagram. This iron is to expensive to replace

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I have a DE-05 that needs a new cord and cleaning of steam discharge holes. I'll be gald to take photos and send them to you if you'll share your source for parts and method of disassembly. Contact me at chuxbizAThotmail.com, just replace the AT with @.

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