Question about Oreck Cordless Speed JP8100CA Iron
If you've had this iron for a while it sounds like the cord may be frayed.
switch it off at the wall and unplug it, check the cord for wear, if the insulation is frayed, torn or broken and there are black burn marks on the cord where you saw sparks then the cord needs to be replaced.
DONT plug the iron back in until the cord is replaced.
Otherwise If there are no breaks or black burn marks on the cord, then your power point may be faulty and needs to be replaced!
I hope this was helpful
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
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