Question about Irons
I don't know what brand of iron you have, but most irons are not repairable. I work for Black & Decker and if you needed a new cord for one of our irons, you'd have to replace the iron.
Unless you paid a small fortune for your iron ($100+) and you can see where the cord on your iron is able to be pulled out without taking the iron apart, chances are you'll have to purchase a new iron.
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Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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