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My husband is an electrician & techie sort who can fix anything--Is there a way to bypass the auto-off function? I don' t want him to take it apart if it's impossible, but I'm a seamstress and it's driving me crazy. I hate to buy a whole new iron because it's so spendy.

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Mains wire connections wrong or thermostat problem. thank you.

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