Iron heating sporadically and sensor lights working sporadically
Our Rowenta DZ9080 is less than 2 years old. In order to make the
sensor lights (red, yellow, green) come on and have the iron heat up,
we're having to wiggle the cord attachment to the iron, loop the cord
over the back of our neck and other maneuvers. Sometimes the lights go
off and the iron stops heating in the middle of ironing.
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sounds like a loose connection in the power transfer, some piece of metal may be broken or the cord itself may be damaged in some place, you could try replacing the cord. I would just go and buy a new iron. They aren't all that expensive anymore. Good luck with whatever you decide to do. I hope you solve your problem. If you want any further help or have any other questions, please let me know, otherwise have a Good Day.
when I contacted rowneta about this they ask us to contact the repaire shop IN small appliance in NY I did mail them unit after stating the problem they have send me mail that They are unable to repaire the unit because of unavailability of parts and now they want additional amount to send me back the unit. Its just redicules to spedn 35% of cost to received unrepaire they could have told me before hand by model number and type of problem that they are unable to repaire This is really cheating on part of rowenta and repaire shops SO be carefull before you send it for repaire
Sounds like a defective thermofuse. Rowenta doesn't encourage anyone to repair their product except their authorized service centers. Parts are not made available. Go to rowenta.com to find the nearest service center and call them.
I have taken one of these completely apart and found it is glued together except for the platinum plate on the bottom. It is held on by circular lock clips and will break w/o proper tool. I see no way to repair these and the cost of sending in will probably be as expensive as a new one. I have seen them at Lowes and TuesdayMorning for about $100.00. Have tried to get a repair manual from Rowenta-good luck!