Introduction

Below we have outlined a few issues that we plan to address based on the research that we have conducted.

  • Heating coil burn out
  • Temperature control switch burn out
  • On/Off switch burn out
Ensure that you have a clean work station, and that you can easily keep track of small, loose parts.
  • Ensure that you have a clean work station, and that you can easily keep track of small, loose parts.

  • In addition, MAKE SURE IT IS UNPLUGGED FOR ALL FOLLOWING STEPS!

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Firmly grasp the end of the Iron with the black plastic cap on the heating element end.
  • Firmly grasp the end of the Iron with the black plastic cap on the heating element end.

  • With your free hand, use tweezers to firmly grasp the small retaining ring sitting between the heating element and the handle body.

  • Once you have a firm grasp, pull up on the retaining ring, and it should come loose.

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  • With the ring loose, turn the handle body over, and you will see three screw holes.

  • Take a PH1 screwdriver, and loosen up all three 6mm Phillips #1 screws in the handle body.

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  • Once the screws have been removed, set them aside and with a pry tool, firmly pull the handle body apart in half lengthwise.

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  • For removing the clamping mechanism, firmly grasp the iron in your hand by the handle body, and locate the screw as shown in the picture.

  • Remove the screw shown (8mm Phillips #2 Pan Head) and when finished do the same for the opposite side.

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  • Once both screws have been removed, continue to remove the top clamping half of the mechanism from the body of the Iron.

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  • Rotate the handle, and remove the screw that holds on the spring mechanism for the clamp. This screw is a 8mm Phillips #2 Pan Head.

  • Once this step is fished your Hot Tools Professional 1110 will be fully disassembled and ready to have its components replaced.

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  • Remove the board gently from its location. Note how its shape fits its location for easy assembling.

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  • The white cable is the heating coil. It is powered through the board by the power switch. It has three small wires that are soldered on the board.

  • Desolder the three wires as shown on the picture. Mark the location of each wire.

  • Refer to Hot Tools Professional 1110 Power Switch Replacement for more guidelines.

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  • Replace a new heating coiling by soldering as shown in the picture.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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