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My iron, surfline titan plus ,might have been dropped. the back plate to stand the iron on end is cracked. The iron will not go on.

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I believe the area underneath the back plate is where the circuit board is. This board controls the heating element and also provides the automatic shutoff feature. I would not recommend repairing this, as it may pose a fire hazard. Also, getting parts for it may prove to be a bit difficult. I would recommend replacing the iron alltogether.

I wish I had better news for you, but hope I have been of some assistance. If you do, however have any further questions, please let me know! :)


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