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Don a thermo fuse can generally be bought at an electronics parts store or Radio Shack type outlet in the hobby parts area. Like any other fuse they are rated specific to the requirement of the appliance, do NOT use a higher temp one.. If you have warranty, ( likely 1 year???), return the iron, If you replace it, it is generally an in line crimp. I would only attempt it once as the iron may be defective.
I suspect you have done something on this by now but . . . You need to pry out a plastic cap/insert in the top of the handle. Beneath it are 1-2 screws to remove. The halves will then come apart. I have mine broken down but have no idea what to do now. It is not making steam. Reply if you have any thoughts.