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My Rowenta DX8700 iron leaks. Is this something I can repair? I have fixed the cord several times.

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Some gasket of flat iron wear out in time. To remedy this problem you must first detect where the leak was coming from. Usually it comes from the area where the water meets the vaporizing chamber. When you found the leaking area you remove the water dry it thoroughly and apply a high temperature gasket maker at the leak and wait it to cure naturally. Usually one day is enough to get the flat iron to work again.

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This is the second cat-chewed-a-wire question tonight.

The only thing to do is to replace the entire cord. You could cut out the chewed section and splice it with **** connectors and electrical tape, but you have a nice iron with a 12' cord. I believe Rowenta uses Torx screws on their irons.

Rowenta has customer support and a list of service centers online:

If you are in the U.S., go to:

http://www.rowentausa.com

and then click on the 'CUSTOMER SERVICE' link on the gray bar below center of the page.

In the 'After Sales Services' column, click on 'Service Centres' and look for one close to you. Perhaps you can order a new cord and use the old cord as a chew-toy decoy.

Good luck from Detroit, MI.

Posted on Jul 11, 2011

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I need to replace the plug in cord on my rowenta iron. I would replace but I paid $130 for iron and my cats have chewed on the cord so I thought it "might" be a simple replacement.


This is the second cat-chewed-a-wire question tonight.

The only thing to do is to replace the entire cord. You could cut out the chewed section and splice it with **** connectors and electrical tape, but you have a nice iron with a 12' cord. I believe Rowenta uses Torx screws on their irons.

Rowenta has customer support and a list of service centers online:

If you are in the U.S., go to:

http://www.rowentausa.com

and then click on the 'CUSTOMER SERVICE' link on the gray bar below center of the page.

In the 'After Sales Services' column, click on 'Service Centres' and look for one close to you. Perhaps you can order a new cord and use the old cord as a chew-toy decoy.

Good luck from Detroit, MI.

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The iron has white flakes coming from the steam vents.

The white flakes can be caused by calcium or other minerals in the tap water. To solve this problem, switch to bottled spring water. Once the water is changed it may take several uses before your iron adjusts to the new mixture and the issue is corrected.


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Some gasket of flat iron wear out in time. To remedy this problem you must first detect where the leak was coming from. Usually it comes from the area where the water meets the vaporizing chamber. When you found the leaking area you remove the water dry it thoroughly and apply a high temperature gasket maker at the leak and wait it to cure naturally. Usually one day is enough to get the flat iron to work again.

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