Rowenta Precision iron started on fire. Thinking quickly I pulled cord from plug, put it in kitchen sink.
Iron about two years old, irons about six shirts a week, used six months of year because of home in another state.
Called Rowenta, sent iron in for examination. Proof of fire damage showed on iron. Ironing board cover burned so threw out.
They will not replace...stating my fault because of excess stretching...repair at my expense. This iron should be recalled. Ironing board sits next to plug in...no stretching involved....used very little in the two years of ownership. Dangerous situation.