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The next thing you need to do is to remove the blue decorative cover that is over the two lower screws at the back of the iron. I am not sure how you do that without breaking at least some of the small tangs that hold it in place, but it’s not anything but decoration so not a huge deal.
 
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After that, the other thing that isn’t intuitive is removing the top bit of the handle. This is held in place by 4 tangs on each side. I did it by a combination of working a flat blade screw driver at the seem between the upper and lower part of the handle and wrapping a pair of pliers with a cloth and squeezing the top part together while pulling it from the lower part of the handle.
 
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Editado por: jas.walker ,

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The next thing you need to do is to remove the blue decorative cover that is over the two lower screws at the back of the iron. I am not sure how you do that without breaking at least some of the small tangs that hold it in place, but it’s not anything but decoration so sur-la-vie!not a huge deal.
The next thing you need to do is to remove the blue decorative cover that is over the two lower screws at the back of the iron. I am not sure how you do that without breaking at least some of the small tangs that hold it in place, but it’s not anything but decoration so sur-la-vie!not a huge deal.
 
After that, the other thing that isn’t intuitive is removing the top bit of the handle. This is held in place by 4 tangs on each side. I did it by a combination of working a flat blade screw driver at the seem between the upper and lower part of the handle and wrapping a pair of pliers with a cloth and squeezing the top part together while pulling it from the lower part of the handle.

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Aporte original por: jas.walker ,

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The next thing you need to do is to remove the blue decorative cover that is over the two lower screws at the back of the iron.  I am not sure  how you do that without breaking at least some of the small tangs that hold it in place, but it’s not anything but decoration so sur-la-vie!

After that, the other thing that isn’t intuitive is removing the top bit of the handle.  This is held in place by 4 tangs on each side.  I did it by a combination of working a flat blade screw driver at the seem between the upper and lower part of the handle and wrapping a pair of pliers with a cloth and squeezing the top part together while pulling it from the lower part of the handle.

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