Question about Audio Players & Recorders
If You open the Iron. with it unplugged of coarse, You will find a small cylindrical component in the simple circuit called a thermal cutoff. It is a safety device to kill the power to the device in the event of overheating avoiding the possibility of fire. An iron only has 3 parts a heating element, a thermostat/switch, and a thermal cutoff.
The thermal cutoff will be along the metal surface on the inside of the iron. In every case I have ever seen replacing thing thermal cutoff switch has repaired this problem. Hope this helps out with your problem. Never Bypass this cutoff as it is a safety device
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
Well its had it chuck it out
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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