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Fixing a Retractable Iron Cord

A retractable cord on your iron is convenient and helps with storage, until it gets stuck. This is a guide about fixing a retractable iron cord.
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July 29, 2009

I pulled the electrical cord on my iron too far out and now it won't retract. Any ideas on how to get the cord to retract?

By kathleen48 from Scarborough, ME

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Anonymous
July 30, 20090 found this helpful
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Ditto with not messing with it! Just wrap up the cord the old fashioned way and place it between the iron and handle when storing ;-)

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July 29, 20090 found this helpful

Just use it as is, no problem, good luck.

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July 30, 20090 found this helpful

These things either have a little pulley or spring combination inside that make them work; unless you know what you're doing with small appliances, it's not a good bet to go in there and mess around with it.

Chances are having a repair done would be as much or more than the iron is worth. If it were me, I'd use it the way it is as long as it's otherwise functional.

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