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I have to have Black&Decker-AS200 SteamXpress Iron Stainless Iron For Clothes (SKU: AS200) I have had one for many years and I need a new one and only want this specific iron...I am a retired, widowed, disabled senior citizen who lives alone and am unable to drive, so I need to purchase this online, but have been unable to find it available at any of the websites listed on your website....can you help me purchase it online? My category is not listed on your "choose category here".

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  • spabrams Apr 02, 2008

    I found the steam iron I needed at a local Target store, so don't need FixYa's assistance; thanks for your offer.


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Here is a link to a website that sells the Black&Decker-AS200 SteamXpress Iron

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