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Anyone know of any Person/Company that can fix Steam Irons?

 

The only ones I can find are the type that make that sucking noise through their teeth, and say can not, or can not too expensive.

 

I am talking about the expensive Steam Generator type irons here.

 

Any advice is much appreciated.

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8 hours ago, mogandave said:

Have you tried the official repair center? 

Yes, no interest.

 

Nam Chai Service Center not much use either.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, TaaSaparot said:

Yes, no interest.

 

Nam Chai Service Center not much use either.

 

 

I can only think of the place in the basement in Tuk Com. Usually one finds a new part is needed that you can't get your hands on... always push you to buy a new one. 

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1 hour ago, jacko45k said:

I can only think of the place in the basement in Tuk Com. Usually one finds a new part is needed that you can't get your hands on... always push you to buy a new one. 

Don't think Amorn have a repair service though, do they?

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Buy another steam iron for 300 baht until you can find a fix for "expensive one"  although I doubt that will happen in this country. 

 

Just a suggestion 😊

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We have an expensive, Electrolux steam iron, about 5 years old, that suddenly stopped steaming. Out of warranty and failing to find any semblance of in-country support from the manufacturer, I did the usual YouTube searches and apparently it needs some 'dealer reset'. So at that point with local manufacturer support ending in a false trail and everyone complaining about the cheap, temporary replacement, we just went and bought a new expensive one.

 

lazada is your friend.

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6 hours ago, TaaSaparot said:

Don't think Amorn have a repair service though, do they?

They used to, but I hate the Tai area so a long time since I was there.

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6 hours ago, CharlieH said:

Buy another steam iron for 300 baht until you can find a fix for "expensive one"  although I doubt that will happen in this country. 

A 300 baht one in no way replaces a 17,000 baht one.

 

But anyway its not a replacement I am looking for, but someone who knows how to take them apart, fix them and put them back together.

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12 minutes ago, TaaSaparot said:

A 300 baht one in no way replaces a 17,000 baht one.

 

But anyway its not a replacement I am looking for, but someone who knows how to take them apart, fix them and put them back together.

I am great at the taking apart bit....stuck from there though. I once managed to fix a coffee maker by having a part shipped from Italy! What brand name are you talking of?

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36 minutes ago, TaaSaparot said:

A 300 baht one in no way replaces a 17,000 baht one.

 

But anyway its not a replacement I am looking for, but someone who knows how to take them apart, fix them and put them back together.

Clearly didnt read or perhaps understand

"until you can find a fix" as at no time did I suggest otherwise.

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What's wrong with it?

 

Maybe an electrician can fix it, if it's just a switch, or similar.

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16 hours ago, CharlieH said:

Clearly didnt read or perhaps understand

"until you can find a fix" as at no time did I suggest otherwise.

I did understand.

 

And as I said, I am not looking for a replacement.

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12 hours ago, Leaver said:

What's wrong with it?

 

Maybe an electrician can fix it, if it's just a switch, or similar.

I was looking for specifics, not just trade titles.

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On 1/17/2020 at 8:25 AM, CharlieH said:

Clearly didnt read or perhaps understand

"until you can find a fix" as at no time did I suggest otherwise.

 

8 hours ago, TaaSaparot said:

I was looking for specifics, not just trade titles.

I could suggest an excellent competent Thai electrician/technician who would only be too happy to take a look at it and give you an honest assessment as to whether he could repair it or not....but then again after reading your replies to other helpful contributions as above I will not bother....:thumbsup:

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