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There is a problem with the wire. It needs to be jiggled to get the correct positioning for the iron to come on and stay on.

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  • pwilliams722 Aug 05, 2010

    Thank you for your advice. It was quick extremely helpful. I thought I would have to purchase a new iron.

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Hello,

The advice i will give on this is to get a complete new wire for your pressing iron, getting a complete new wire will save you alot of stress and time, and will even pare your iron from getting damaged from the irregularities on the wire. The wire can damage the element on the iron due to its malfunctioning, it is better you get a new wire, it is not expensive, you can get a new wire for your iron for less than $5, it is better and saver to get a complete new wire because the one there at moment may have broken inside that is why it malfunction.

Take care.

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

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