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THERE IS A REASON WHY THERE IS NOT A PHOTO OF THE CORD!!!
on November 23, 2014
WARNING: The end of the cord can rip and catch on fire. After 16 months of owning this iron ( and I did not iron very much), the cord at the iron end ripped and caught on fire. This was while I was using it of course. The ball of fire at the end of the cord was about 1/2" to 3/4" in diameter and lasted for about 10 to 15 seconds. It's definitely is a fire hazard. I will from now on (when I get my new iron ) be ironing in the kitchen, not the bedroom.
I expect an iron to last longer than 16 months! This is a cheaply made iron or at least the cord part is. No wonder there's no photo of the cord. Look at other irons. The cords at the iron ends have a protective covering. THIS ONE DOES NOT.