Introduction

Before beginning this guide, ensure that the device is both unplugged and cool; failure to do so may result in electrocution or burns.

Parts

No parts required.

Use the Philips head #0 screwdriver to remove the two 11.49mm screws at the back of the iron. Remove the back cover piece. Make sure the iron is unplugged and cooled off.
  • Use the Philips head #0 screwdriver to remove the two 11.49mm screws at the back of the iron.

  • Remove the back cover piece.

  • Make sure the iron is unplugged and cooled off.

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Use the Philips head #0 screwdriver to remove the two 11.77mm screws holding the white clamp to the iron. Use the Philips head #0 screwdriver to remove the two 6.58mm screws holding the black wires to the body of the iron.
  • Use the Philips head #0 screwdriver to remove the two 11.77mm screws holding the white clamp to the iron.

  • Use the Philips head #0 screwdriver to remove the two 6.58mm screws holding the black wires to the body of the iron.

  • Removing the left black wire will also free the red wire, attached by the same screw.

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Pull the split end of the power cord upward through the ball joint of the iron. Set aside the power cord. Set aside the power cord.
  • Pull the split end of the power cord upward through the ball joint of the iron.

  • Set aside the power cord.

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Use the Philips head #0 screwdriver to remove remaining 6.58mm screws that hold a wire on the bottom (brown and blue). Unscrew from left to right. Unclip the black adapter piece on the bottom right.
  • Use the Philips head #0 screwdriver to remove remaining 6.58mm screws that hold a wire on the bottom (brown and blue).

  • Unscrew from left to right.

  • Unclip the black adapter piece on the bottom right.

  • Wires order (from left to right): Brown, Blue, Red, Black

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Use the Philips head #0 screwdriver to remove two 9.75mm screws (left and right) affixed to circuit board. Use the Philips head #0 screwdriver to remove two 9.75mm screws (left and right) affixed to circuit board.
  • Use the Philips head #0 screwdriver to remove two 9.75mm screws (left and right) affixed to circuit board.

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Use the Philips head #0 screwdriver to remove the two 9.82mm screws (left and right) from the white border on top of the circuit board. Pull the circuit board out from its affixed position.
  • Use the Philips head #0 screwdriver to remove the two 9.82mm screws (left and right) from the white border on top of the circuit board.

  • Pull the circuit board out from its affixed position.

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Lift the handle and wiggle the plastic trim and the orange-chrome bezel out from under the handle. Remove and set aside the mode display. Remove and set aside the mode display.
  • Lift the handle and wiggle the plastic trim and the orange-chrome bezel out from under the handle.

  • Remove and set aside the mode display.

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Conclusion

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

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