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I've disassembled my JP8100CB, ordered a new thermal cut-off switch but in advertently lost my wiring diagram. Does anyone have the correct wiring for this? Also question on thermal cut-off switch, if not the is switch why won't this iron heat up is? Tested for continuity and it tested okay but.... Would the actual element go bad??

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  • oldguy1948 Mar 22, 2011

    do you have the wiring diagram for this iron which is my primary question here?

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I think the heating element have the problem here because the continuity is okay, then the cut off switch is only cut the current pass through if the temperature reach the limit.
I suggest you will replace the heating element, if the continuity is okay as you said.

Good Luck & Good day

Posted on Mar 21, 2011

  • Ramel Mayormita Mar 22, 2011

    I'm very sorry sir' for the insufficient data provided but they said that the schematic/wiring diagram for this product it seem confidential at the moment.
    They don't release of schematic for this product.

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