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DM880 Rowenta Professional Luxe Iron

This iron will not heat all the way to properly press clothes. Gets hot but not hot enough. Have tried a different outlet to no avail. Is there a part that can be replaced to fix this problem or can you help me resolve the problem?

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  • belser Apr 16, 2009

    My rowenta iron stopped heating suddenly. I tried to plug it in different oulets, but it still does not come on. I am currently looking for a repair shop.

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Hi,
The thermostat is bad...

Here is a tip that will help you to troubleshoot your iron and figure out what is wrong with it.

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