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The Ultra-Ease apparently has model number 17238.  There is additional information available on the information plate near the base of the iron.
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Unlike the Black & Decker irons also present in the craft room, this one may be maintainable.  At the very least, there is a visible adjustment screw to change the stiffness of the cord-body attachment joint.  It's not clear, however, whether this iron was designed for long-term use--and, therefore, occasional maintenance by the user--or is a throw-away applicance.
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Unlike the Black & Decker irons also present in the craft room, this one may be maintainable.  At the very least, there is a visible adjustment screw to change the stiffness of the cord-body attachment joint.  It's not clear, however, whether this iron was designed for long-term use--and, therefore, occasional maintenance by the user--or is a throw-away appliance.
  
 
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When we get a working camera again, a picture would be nice...
 
  
 
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Revision as of 23:02, 5 December 2012


Proctor-Silex "Ultra-Ease" Iron

Basic Info

  • Ownership: Unknown Owner
  • Location: Craft Room, W. Wall
  • What it looks like:

See photographs to right.

Manufacturer Information

  • Make/Model: The Ultra-Ease apparently has model number 17238. There is additional information available on the information plate near the base of the iron. See photo at right.
  • Part Number:

Documentation

not specified

Rules

Excepting the usual safety rules for use of irons, there are no known rules concerning use of the iron.

The safety rules can be summarized as:

  1. Only plug in the iron when you intend to use it.
  2. Never leave the iron unattended.

Instructions

There are no known instructions for use of the iron.

Other References

No other references.

Front View
Top view, showing heat/ironing instructions for different fabric types in English and French.
Serial number and model information plate.

Maintenance

Unlike the Black & Decker irons also present in the craft room, this one may be maintainable. At the very least, there is a visible adjustment screw to change the stiffness of the cord-body attachment joint. It's not clear, however, whether this iron was designed for long-term use--and, therefore, occasional maintenance by the user--or is a throw-away appliance.

Things that Need to be Done

FAQs

No FAQs.