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Why is my joico k pak vapor iron is not heating up? On and off button not working after one month use

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Need new solution holder


I have the same problem Dina., I don't know how I can buy new one???? Do you know yet or not? Thank you for your help

Apr 08, 2014 | Joico K PAK ReconstRx Vapor Iron

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My croc flat iron goes to 69 than shows error message


It's not working! I've tried unplugging it for a minute, plugging it back in and holding the power button on....am i missing something. I've had this damn thing for about 2 months. Please dont tell me i have to buy another one....AAAHHHHH!

May 28, 2011 | Crocs Croc Classic Flat Iron Titanium...

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When I plug in my iron the light comes on but when I go to push the button to turn it on it does nothing, not even heat up. The iron is only 3 months old


Good Day!

Please open the cover of your iron and look for the thermal fuse inside.That is the only problem of your iron replaced it on the same ampere and temperature.

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May 10, 2011 | Irons

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We have a water softener and I think the water has too much salt and therefore, our Vicks vaporizer has too much steam. Any suggestion?


If your softener is working properly, you should never get any salt in your water. The salt is used only to reactivate the ionic media in your softener cartridge, and during the backflush cycle, all that salt is removed, down to PPM (Parts Per Million) levels.
In any case, even if you used salt water in your vaporizer, it would not increase the amount of steam that it produces. Salt water has a higher boiling point than fresh water. You would also notice salt buildup inside the tank as the water level goes down.
The Vicks Vaporizer works by using only heat to produce steam- the hotter it gets, the more steam it makes. The only practical way to get too much steam outside of a malfunction that causes your heating element to get abnormally hot would be if you live at a very high altitude where water boils at a lower temperature.
High humidity in your home will make it appear as if your vaporizer is making too much steam since the surrounding air will be less capable of absorbing it.
A slightly "off topic" note- if you chose the Vicks Vaporizer/humidifier and have children, you have made a wise decision. Because it produces water vapor by heating instead of ultrasonics, contaminants and minerals (such as salt, iron, calcium, etc.) remain in the tank and will not enter the vapor stream.

Mar 25, 2011 | Vicks Warm Steam Vaporizer 1.5 Gallon...

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DG 5030 steam generator-first time used and after...spits water


Common problem if you have the temperature or steam setting set too low (not enough heat/steam to vaporize water droplets or the unit is not up to full temp. I would have a clean towel alongside the iron to give a burst of steam prior to your first press...

May 29, 2010 | Rowenta DG-980 Iron

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Hi,

Here is a tip that will help you to troubleshoot your iron and figure out what is wrong with it.

Electric Iron not Heating Up or not Working Right
http://www.fixya.com/support/r5300202-electric_iron_not_heating_up_or_not

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