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Philips Iron Model No: HD1120 or RD1120 is no longer working. I have replaced the fuse

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Replacing the fuse with the exact same will solve your problem but for which you will have to open the iron and thoroughly scan it to find the fuse.

hope i solved your problem, if i did then please vote for me and rate for me too :)


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