Question about Euro-Pro Irons
The euro-pro irons are designed to be tossed when they break. That said, you may be able to disassemble the handle by gently prying with a piece of thin metal, a feeler gauge works for this application. Feeler gauges are available in any hardware store. The plastic parts are snapped together at the factory. There is no service center for these irons.
I would begin with a pair of pliers and try to gently reseat the dislodged buttons.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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ensure your iron steam button is not set into perminent steam function. leaving the iron with the point of the iron pointing upwards should reduce steam to the handle. also the iron may need to be descaled to ensure any steam switch funtion is not stuck in an on position.
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