Question about Rowenta Irons
My grandson knocked my Rowenta Iron model DE-87.1b off the ironing board and the knob broke off. It works fine but I cannot adjust the temperature. The knob clicked into place but just spins around endlessly. Can this be fixed? Should I just be glad that the iron still works and the water stays in the container and doesn't drip onto the clothes after a fall like that?
Rowenta Iron model DE-87.1b
Go to the store get a 2 part epoxy glue follow the directions and mix the glue put it on both the knob and the part the knob goes on wait untill the glue gets tacky then put the knob back on wait 24 hrs. before you use the iron so that the glue can set
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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