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How to disassemble a Rowenta DE-871 - Rowenta Professional DE871 Iron

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First remove screw the on the back of the iron. Next pull out on the fill tub on the front of the iron. Pliers might be needed. Another screw will seen at this time. Remove this screw and the sole plate will separate from the top portion of the DE 871.

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