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The plug is probably not connected to the power cable. Could also be a bad cable or the connection to the clipper.

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If the clippers stopped cutting, they are probably clogged with hair on the inside of the clippers. I had two pairs of clippers where this happened. I took them to be serviced at a beauty supply store and they cleaned the hair from the inside of both pairs of clippers for me and they now work just fine.

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No, the P-Touch is a heat sensitive tape media printer. You can't run cloth through it. Google 'embroidered name tags'. Then you can use iron on tape to glue them down.

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buy a new one finding someone that will try to fix is impossible

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Your iron may be indicating a defect that can't be repaired.

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High iron content certainly won't do your iron any good. In some cases, only distilled water can be used.

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A power surge caused by plugging it in burned out the "dial".

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Failure of the heating element or control circuitry

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Heating element or control circuit failure

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Home Touch might have one.

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When cords won't retract, it's usually because they were pulled out too far, ie: past the red line on the cord.
Retractable cords have a limit to how far they can be pulled out in order for the spring to be able to "rewind" them back.
On products with retractable cords, they have a red line near the base of the cord to warn you to stop.

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Possibly, but not from fixya

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This is not possible easily. You may have to make it with a piece of nylon. A lath mechanic can do it.

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It sounds like you may have a possible direct short inside the iron. I would suggest either take it to an electric appliance repair shop or return it as being defective. If the problem still exists have your electrical outlet checked by a professional electrician.

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