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Auto shut off on/ wiill not heat

My auto shut off will go off. I've reset several times

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Re: Auto shut off on/ wiill not heat

Hi! Ensure that the unit is tightly plugged into a working outlet.
Some units are equipped with our patented Motion Smart Auto Off technology. Moving the iron will cause it to begin to reheat.

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

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