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No heat My DM 886 model will not heat. Seems to be a short or disconnect at the ball joint between iron and cord.

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You will need to replace the "printed-circuit" board inside the unit that has the line cord/p.c. board and the connections to the heating element,these go out very often in these irons

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Before you go that route, I am assuming you already plugged the iron directly into the outlet in the wall (not in the surge strip)? Wouldn't be the first time a single outlet of a power strip goes bad.

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does the light that shows power work on the panel, under the handle?

has the unit dropped recently?

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