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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the heating element has failed....probably
You would need to open your iron to test the thermostat:
Open the Iron up. Use a volt meter to test the thermostat and heating element. With the thermostat turned to a high heat setting. It won't matter which electrical connection at the thermostat you place the probes on, just put one on one side and the other on the other terminal at the thermostat. If you find continuity(Meter needle jumps, or digital read out show little or no resistance found) your thermostat is ok. Then place your probes across the two leads on the heating element. You should read little or no resistance. Any parts found showing an open open circuit(Zero on your meter) will need replacing.Contact small appliance.com and they should be able to order one for you. If there is anything else I can do for you please don't hesitate to ask.
Posted on Jun 25, 2011
The medical term for high levels of white blood cells in the body is leukocytosis. This condition can be caused by medications such as allopurinol, chloroform, aspirin, epinephrine, corticosteroids, quinine, heparin and triamterene. It can also be caused by infection, bone marrow diseases, tissue damage, inflammation, stress and immune system disorders that increase white blood cell production. This condition may not cause any signs or symptoms, but it can cause fever, easy bleeding and bruising, weakness, fatigue, malaise, dizziness, faintness, difficulty breathing, unintended weight loss, trouble thinking and pain or tingling in the abdomen, legs or arms.
Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/23735-white-blood-cells/#ixzz271fxo1OL
Posted on Sep 20, 2012
SOURCE: low blood sodium levels symptoms
sodium is a necessary electrolyte, electrolyte imbalance will cause many uncomfortable symptoms... Pounding heart, fatigue, confusion, and a craving for salty foods (if you didn't have that already.)
Posted on Apr 28, 2016
SOURCE: low blood sodium symptons
Please go to this link on the Mayo clinic website. They have good advice. I hope you are feeling better soon:
Here is part of the information they have:
Sodium plays a key role in your body. It helps maintain normal blood pressure, supports the work of your nerves and muscles, and regulates your body's fluid balance.
A normal sodium level is between 135 and 145 milliequivalents per liter (mEq/L) of sodium. Hyponatremia occurs when the sodium in your blood falls below 135 mEq/L.
Many possible conditions and lifestyle factors can lead to hyponatremia, including:
Posted on Apr 28, 2016
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