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Hi, I have a new B&D iron model ICR505 which I have used once. I plug it in the socket but I can't get it to turn on. Did I accidentally lock it with one of these buttons? I am not familiar with them yet. Thanks for your answer.

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Plug something in that you know is working o/k ,this will prove whether it is the socket or the iron.
If the socket is o/k then the next thing to check is the plug on the iron.
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The thermostats gone.
try using it on very cool temprature setting.
See if it lasts longer.
Not worth the trouble of replacing a thermostat.
I,d buy a new Iron.
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