Proctor-Silex Ultra-Ease Iron
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|Proctor-Silex Ultra-Ease Iron|
|Name||Proctor-Silex "Ultra-Ease" Iron|
|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.|
|Storage Location||Craft Room, W. Wall|
|Documentation||No documentation link at present.|
|Other References||No other references.|
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:
- Only plug in the iron when you intend to use it.
- Never leave the iron unattended.
There are no known instructions for use of the iron.
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.