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Its can be your switch inside it so you have to strip it and cut it out its a small its like a resistor you can brigde the wires its also fine or you can go and buy a new one and put it again but you will need to solder it back
Sound s like the brush roller is bad and or the belt is broken. Most models have either screws or clips, that release the cover and you can cleaner the brush, and check the 2 bearings on each end. Also you will see the motor and the belt. My guess is theres where your problem lays.
I am by no means an expert. I have an electronic background. I have been looking at my mother in laws iron and noticed a few things about it. Check the foot pedal switch. it is easy to acess. Lay machine on its back and remove the two screws and the cover. If you have a continuity test just make sure the switch changes states when you push it. Hope this helps
I have a Singer steam press Pro-9S, the top plate is loose from the screws holding the hot plate and the cover arm, I like to know how to remove the hot plate cover from the arm to tighten those screws. Thank you.
Like what was posted before, the cause of the iron lights is on but the heaters are not hot is because either your heater connection is melted or rusted due to water seepage(steam irons). The lights power supply are tapped parallel to the heater supply thus lights is on. Solution is to dismantle the iron to replace the connectors or cables. Though not all iron is easy to dismantle