Question about Irons
Philips steam iron is connected to electricity. but its not heating up as it should. and i have another one of same model which the cover is broken and a small dent at the tip of sole plate, by dropping on to floor. so i wonder if i can change the sole-plates.
Yes you most likely can, they are very simply consisting basically of, a switch, a thermal fuse, a thermostat, and an element.. all wired into the Phase wire, the neutral, is simply the return. Take it apart and draw a diagram of how it all goes together and reverse the procedure.
Posted on May 09, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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