Question about Black & Decker ICR200 Iron with Auto Shut-off
MY Black&Decker Iron is out of order model no is F500.
During checking THERMAL FUSE is burn out.I replaced new one .
iron is working but giving electric shocks.
If it was not giving you shocks before you relaced the thermal cutoff fuse open it back up and make sure none of the leads to the fuse are touching any part of the metal chassy as this would allow line current to pass to all the metal of the iron. If this is not the problem the heating element is defective and it is shunting line voltage to the irons surface. If this is the case you can either replace the heating element... Or wear a rubber glove,Just kidding. Hope this was helpful,
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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