Place curling iron on a flat surface along with the required tools and swivel cord replacement.
  • Place curling iron on a flat surface along with the required tools and swivel cord replacement.

  • Curling iron is extremely hot after use. Carefully unplug and let device sit and cool to room temperature before proceeding.

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Using both hands, carefully detach both ends of the metal stand from the body by pulling away from the barrel.
  • Using both hands, carefully detach both ends of the metal stand from the body by pulling away from the barrel.

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Unscrew the two 3mm screws from both sides of the barrel clip  with a 3.0 flathead screwdriver to remove the clip from the barrel. Set the two screws and barrel clip aside for reassembly at a later point.
  • Unscrew the two 3mm screws from both sides of the barrel clip with a 3.0 flathead screwdriver to remove the clip from the barrel.

  • Set the two screws and barrel clip aside for reassembly at a later point.

  • Clip is prone to pop off from the body due to the weight of the spring. Equally loosen each screw little by little to prevent this.

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Squeeze both sides of the barrel clip spring, and slide the component away from the barrel to remove. Slowly decompress the spring after removal from spring plate to avoid any hazards.
  • Squeeze both sides of the barrel clip spring, and slide the component away from the barrel to remove.

  • Slowly decompress the spring after removal from spring plate to avoid any hazards.

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Remove the 3mm screw holding the metal spring plate in place with the 3.0 flathead screwdriver. Place the screw and spring plate to the side for reassembly at a later time.
  • Remove the 3mm screw holding the metal spring plate in place with the 3.0 flathead screwdriver.

  • Place the screw and spring plate to the side for reassembly at a later time.

  • Removing this screw allows for removal of the barrel from the iron itself. Be sure not to pull on the barrel.

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Remove the two screws holding the plastic casing together using the 3.0 flathead screwdriver. Remove the front plastic cover from the main body. The plastic cover contains warnings, and is located on the device's handle.
  • Remove the two screws holding the plastic casing together using the 3.0 flathead screwdriver.

  • Remove the front plastic cover from the main body.

  • The plastic cover contains warnings, and is located on the device's handle.

  • Once completed, the inside components will be exposed.

  • Place the two screws and plastic cover to the side for reassembly.

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Remove the cylindrical barrel shell by sliding it away from the device's main heating element.
  • Remove the cylindrical barrel shell by sliding it away from the device's main heating element.

  • Be careful to grip the device firmly and precisely to avoid stripping away the inside components underneath the handle.

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Carefully remove the plastic handle casing from the connected inside components, starting from the cylindrical heating element, to the black wire cord.
  • Carefully remove the plastic handle casing from the connected inside components, starting from the cylindrical heating element, to the black wire cord.

  • Be mindful to not misplace the On/Off buttons.

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Carefully remove the swivel cord from the female socket. Place the old swivel cord to the side, and insert the new swivel cord into the female socket gently.
  • Carefully remove the swivel cord from the female socket.

  • Place the old swivel cord to the side, and insert the new swivel cord into the female socket gently.

  • Touching the internal wiring should be done as minimally as possible in order to avoid any damage to the circuits.

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Conclusion

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

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