Black & Decker X810 Instruction manual

Steam Iron
First Use Safety Recommendation
Please read through this booklet for safe and efficient use of the appliance.
We urge you to read the "Hint's" section and also follow all detailed
instructions even if you are familiar with using this appliance.
Keep this guide handy for future reference.
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X750 / X810
Fig A
Fig B
Intended use
Never pull the power supply cord to
disconnect the plug from the socket.
Keep the power supply cord away from
heat, oil and sharp edges.
If the power supply cord is damaged
during use, disconnect the appliance
from the power supply immediately. Do
not touch the power supply cord before
disconnecting from the power supply.
Disconnect the appliance from the
power supply when not in use, before
fitting or removing parts and before
Your Black & Decker iron has been
designed for ironing garments made of
linen, cotton, silk, wool and synthetic
materials. This product is intended for
household use only.
Safety instructions
Warning! When using mains-powered
appliances, basic safety precautions,
including the following, should always be
followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock, personal injury and material
Read all of this manual carefully
Safety of others
This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been give
supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
Children must be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
before using the appliance.
The intended use is described in this
manual. The use of any accessory or
attachment or the performance of any
operation with this appliance other than
those recommended in this instruction
manual may present a risk of personal
Retain this manual for future reference.
After use
Using your appliance
Switch off and remove the plug from the
socket before leaving the appliance
unattended and before changing,
cleaning or inspecting any parts of the
When not in use, the appliance should
be stored in a dry place. Children should
not have access to stored appliances.
Make sure that the appliance is
switched off before connecting to or
disconnecting from the power supply.
Always take care when using the
Do not use the appliance outdoors.
Inspection and repairs
Before use, check the appliance for
damaged or defective parts. Check for
breakage of parts, damage to switches
and any other conditions that may
affect its operation.
Do not use the appliance if any part is
damaged or defective.
Have any damaged or defective parts
repaired or replaced by an authorised
repair agent.
Extension cables & class 1 product
A 3 core cable must be used as your
tool is earthed and of class 1
Up to 30m (100 ft) can be used without
loss of power.
This appliance is not intended for use by
young or infirm persons without
supervision. Children must be
Before use, check the power supply
cord for signs of damage, ageing and
supervised to ensure they do not play
with the appliance.
Do not use the appliance if the power
supply cord or mains plug is damaged
or defective.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must
be replaced by the manufacturer or an
authorised Black & Decker Service
Centre in order to avoid a hazard.
If the power supply cord or mains plug
is damaged or defective it must be
repaired by an authorised repair agent
in order to avoid a hazard. Do not cut
the power supply cord and do not
attempt to repair it yourself.
Additional safety instructions for irons
Always route the cord carefully to avoid
a tripping hazard.
Never attempt to remove or replace any
parts other than those specified in this
Do not use the appliance near water.
Do not place the appliance near heat
sources or directly under cabinets. Do
Electrical safety
not use the appliance in the presence of
This product must be earthed.
Always check that the mains voltage
corresponds to the voltage on the rating
Power tool plugs must match the outlet.
Never modify the plug in any way. Do
not use any adapter plugs with earthed
(Class 1) appliances. Unmodified plugs
and matching outlets will reduce the
risk of electric shock.
explosive or flammable materials.
The filling apperture must not be
opened during use.
Steam may escape from the soleplate.
Surfaces may be hot during use and
during the cooldown period.
Set the temperature control dial to the
min position before plugging in or out.
Let the appliance cool down before
leaving it unattended and before
cleaning or inspecting any parts of the
11. Soleplate
12. Water tank cover
13. Spray nozzle
Before first use
Cleaning the soleplate
The power supply cord should not
touch the hot soleplate during use or
during the cool down period.
Do not touch the soleplate until it has
cooled down.
Wait until the appliance has cooled
down before emptying the water tank
as the water may still be hot.
Always diconnect the appliance from
the supply before filling, emptying,
cleaning, or carying out any
maintenance on the appliance.
Some parts of the appliance have been
lightly greased and as a result the appliance
may smoke slightly when switched on for
the first time. This will cease after a short
The iron must be used and rested on a
stable surface
The iron is not to be used if it has been
dropped, if there are visible signs of
damage or if it is leaking
Make sure that the appliance is
Fill the appliance with water as
described below.
Use the self-clean system as described
below. When finished, wipe the
soleplate and steam vents with a cloth.
Warning! Before assembly, make sure that
the appliance is switched off and
Filling the water tank (Fig. B)
2. Steam control dial
In order to be able to use the steam
function or the spray feature, you will first
need to fill the water tank with water.
3. Steam burst button
Make sure that the appliance is
Open the water tank cover (12).
Hold the appliance at an angle as
Fill the appliance with water using the
beaker provided.
Close the water tank cover.
1. Spray button
4. Temperature control dial
5. Heating light
6. Heel rest
7. Self-clean button
8. Cord storage
9. Maximum filling level indicator
10. Water tank
Warning! Never fill above the maximum
filling level (9). Normal tap water can be
used, but if you live in a hard water area the
use of distilled water is recommended.
Set the steam control dial (2) to the 'O'
the required setting.
Do not use chemically descaled water.
Warning! Do not leave the appliance
unattended while it is connected to the
power supply and during the cool down
Temperature setting
The required temperature setting depends
on the garment fabric.
Adjust the temperature control dial (4) to
The heating light (5) will switch off when the
appliance has reached the required
Using as a steam iron
Fill the water tank as described above.
Stand the appliance on its heel rest (6).
Plug the appliance in and switch on.
Adjust the temperature control dial (4) to
the required setting:
Adjust the temperature control dial (4) to
the required steam setting.
1 Silk / Nylon
The heating light (5) will switch on. When
2 Acctate / Acrylic
the heating light switches off, the iron will
3 Polyester / Rayan
be ready for use as a steam iron. The
4 Cotton / Blends
heating light will regularly switch on and off
5 Wool
6 Cotton
whilst ironing.
To create steam, set the steam control
dial (2) to the required steam position.
7 Linen
If you are unsure of the fibre content of
a garment, start with a low temperature
setting and test on a small area (seam
or inside hem). If wrinkles remain,
gradually increase the heat setting until
you find the optimum setting.
Using the steam burst button
The steam burst feature can only be used
whilst ironing on a high temperature setting.
and the temperature control dial (4) is
set to the steam position.
Using as a dry iron
Stand the appliance on its heel rest (6).
Plug the appliance in and switch on.
Make sure that there is water in the tank
Lift the appliance and press the steam
burst button (3). You may need to press
a few times to activate the pump.
Using the spray button
The spray feature can be used at any
temperature setting when either steam or
dry ironing.
Hints for optimum use
Iron an old cloth or towel to dry the
Make sure that there is water in the
Sort the articles to be ironed according
to the fabric. Start ironing with the
fabrics requiring the lowest heat setting.
Press the button (1) several times to
activate the pump while you are ironing.
The appliance can be used as a dry iron
even if there is water in the tank. Do not
fill the tank with water if the appliance is
to be used as a dry iron for an extended
Using the self-clean button
The self-clean function must be used
before using the appliance for the first time
and then regularly to remove scale.
Fill the tank (10) to the maximum filling
level (9).
Set the temperature control dial (4) to
the max position.
Avoid ironing over zippers, rivets on
jeans etc. as they will scratch the
Cleaning and storage
Plug the appliance in and switch on.
Allow the appliance to heat up until the
heating light (5) switches off and then
on again.
Unplug the appliance and hold it
horizontally over the sink.
Warning! Before cleaning and storing,
unplug the appliance and allow it to cool
Pour out any remaining water after each
use by tilting the appliance forward.
Clean the body with a soft damp cloth.
Wipe scale and other residues off the
soleplate with a damp cloth.
Store in an upright position. The cord
can be wound around the cord storage
Press the self-clean button (7).
Hot water and steam will come out of the
vents. Impurities and scale will be washed
Technical Data
Move the iron backwards and forwards
while this is happening.
Release the self-clean button.
Stand the appliance upright on its heel.
Plug the appliance in and switch on.
Power input
Protecting the environment
Separate collection. This product must not be disposed of with normal household waste.
Should you find one day that your Black & Decker product needs replacement, or if it is of no
further use to you, do not dispose it off with other household waste. Make this product available
for separate collection.
Separate collection of used products and packaging allows materials to be recycled and
used again. Use of recycled materials helps prevent environmental pollution and reduces
the demand for raw materials.
Local regulations may provide for separate collection of electrical products from the household,
at municipal waste sites or by the retailer when you purchase a new product.
Black & Decker provides a facility for the collection and recycling of Black & Decker products
once they have reached the end of their working life. To take advantage of this service please
return your product to any authorised repair agent who will collect them on our behalf. You can
check the location of your nearest authorised repair agent by contacting your local Black &
Decker office at the address indicated in this manual. A list of authorised Black & Decker repair
agents and full details of our after-sales service and contact are available on the Internet at:
Black & Decker provides a 2 Year Warranty for this product from the date of purchase against
defects due to defective materials or workmanship. Motor/element burn-outs due to voltage
fluctuations are not covered under warranty. If the product should become defective within the
warranty period, Black & Decker will repair or (at Black & Decker's discretion) replace it free of
The warranty provisions do not cover failure due to accident, misuse, abuse, negligence or non
observation of local regulations on the part of the user. Equally, the warranty provisions do not
apply where the appliance has been serviced by a person not authorized by Black & Decker or
serviced with non-approved parts and this has contributed to the fault of the product.
Superseded models without a replacement equivalent will either be repaired or (at Black &
Decker's discretion) replaced with another product of similar retail value.
Fill in the Warranty Registration Card with the original Authorized Dealer's stamp (indicating date
of purchase) and attach your purchase receipt to it. Retain in case of claims in the future.
Take your defective product together with the Warranty Registration Card & purchase receipt to
your local service Centre. You can either do this in person or send it freight prepaid. If mailing or
shipping your appliance, ensure that it is packed carefully in a sturdy carton with enough
packing material to prevent damage. Include a note describing the problem to the service
Centre and be sure to give your return address.
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Afghanistan: Ishan National Co., Opp. Ministry of Justice, Kabul. Tel.: +93-2-2101727. Algeria: SARL Outillage Corporation, 04
Route De Dely Brahim Cheraga, Alger. Tel.: +213-21-364363/508, Fax: +213-21-369667. Bahrain: Fawaz Al Zayani, P.O.Box
26563, Adliya, Manama. Tel.: +973-17-715252/712756, Fax: +973-17-713789. Bangladesh: Ultra Corporation, 8, Kushol
Centre, Uttara, Dhaka 1230. Tel.: +880-2-8919272/9756 Ext.28, Fax: +880-2-9887167. Egypt: Anasia Egypt for Trading S. A.
E., P.O.Box 2443, 110 Mostafa Refaat Street, Sheraton Heliopolis 11361, Cairo. Tel.: +20-2-2684159, Fax: +20-2-2684169.
Ethiopia: Tewfik Sherif & Co. Ltd., P.O.Box 5583, Debre Zeit Road, Addis Ababa. Tel.: +251-1-651700/601, Fax:
+251-1-650570. India: Gryphon Impex Pvt. Ltd., D-6/4, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase-I, New Delhi-110020. Tel.:
+91-11-26372602-4, Fax: +91-11-26372601. Iran: Tehran - Service Centre of Iran, No 510, South Karger Ave, Below Pasteur
Sq. Tehran. Tel.: +98-21-6490608/0656/6407672. Kish Island: Cayhan Electric Co., No. 69, Paradise Shopping Centre, Kish
Island. Tel.: +98-76444-22894. Jordan: Bashiti Hardware, P.O.Box 1564, TLA Ali, Amman. Tel.: +962-6-5350009/4770741,
Fax: +962-6-5350012/4789783. Kenya: Zylog Enterprises, IPS Building, Kuanda Street, P.O.Box 40877, Nairobi. Tel.:
+254-2-338188/199, Fax: +254-2-330642. Kuwait: Al Omar Technical Co., P.O.Box 4062, 13041 Safat, Kuwait. Tel.:
+965-4848595/0039, Fax: +965-4845652. Lebanon: Est. F.A. Kettaneh SA, P.O.Box 110242, Dora Highway, Kettaneh
Building, Beirut. Tel.: +961-1-255860/6, Fax: +961-1-255891. Libya: El Ghoul Brothers, P.O.Box 348, Islamic Call Bldg., Office
201-202, Benghazi. Tel.: +218-61-9097681/4183, Fax: +218-61-9094123. Madagascar: Group Tana Confort S. A. R. L., B. P.
1770, Antananarivo. Tel.: +261-20-2264505, Fax: +261-20-2264244. Malta: John G. Cassar Ltd., 36 Victory Str, Qormi QRM
06, Malta. Tel.: +356-21-493251, Fax: +356-21-483231. Mauritius: Happy World Marketing Ltd., Block 2, Industrial Estate,
Coromandel, P.O.Box 429, Port Louis. Tel.: +230-2076700, Fax: +230-2337330/7400. Nepal: Universal Trading Centre,
P.O.Box 1947, Tripureswor, Kathmandu. Tel.: +977-1-262192/260587/785, Fax: 261154. Nigeria: Amin Bros. Eng. Co. Ltd.,
30A (Plot 1291), Akin Adesola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos. Tel.: +234-1-3201778, Fax: +234-1-2613667. Oman: Oman Mktg.
& Service Co., P.O.Box 2734, Ruwi, Muscat. Tel.: +968-560232, Fax: +968-560255. Pakistan: Karachi - Ammar Service &
Spares, 60, Bank Arcade, Serai Road, Karachi. Tel.: +92-21-2426905, Fax: 2427214/5243. Pakistan: Lahore - Electronics Inn,
212-G Raja Centre, Main Market, Gulberg, Lahore. Tel.: +92-42-5756750. Philippines: Modern House International Enterprises,
213 Rizal Ave. Extension, between 2nd and 3rd Ave. Kalookan City. Tel.: +632 366-4487, Fax: +632 366-4489. Qatar: Al
Muftah Trading & Cont., P.O.Box 875, Doha. Tel.: +974-4650880/4446868, Fax: +974-4441415. Saudi Arabia: Dammam Ebrahim Fawaz Al Zayani, P.O.Box 76026, Al Raka, Dammam. Tel.: +966-3-8140914, Fax: +966-3-8140824. Jeddah: Anasia
Trading Co. Ltd. Caravan Shopping Centre, Hail Street. P. O. Box 50959, Jeddah-21477, Tel. 02 650 0948/02 636 3825, Fax 02
638 0720. Madina: Garziz Trdg. for Bldg. Mat.&Decor., P.O.Box 3364, Madina. Tel.: +966-4-8261490/8227636, Fax:
+966-4-8265741. Riyadh: Anasia Trading Co Ltd. New Akaria Building, 60th St., 3rd Floor, Building # 4, Office # 3402, Malaz. P.
O. Box. 18689, Riyadh-11425, Tel.: 01 478 2549, Fax: 01 478 2761. Yanbu: Bin Afif, P.O.Box 530 Yanbu, Al Bahr. Tel.:
+966-4-3222626/8867, Fax: +966-4-3222210. Sri Lanka: Delmege Gen. Equip. Pvt. Ltd., No. 428/1AT. B., Jaya Mawatha
(Darley Road), Colombo-10. Tel.: +94-11-2665914, Fax: +94-11-2665915. Sudan: United Distribution Company, P.O.Box 325,
Sayed Abdul Rehman Street, Khartoum. Tel.: +249-11-772612/777296, Fax: +249-11-770919. Tanzania: General Motors
Investment, P. O Box 16541, 14 Vingunguti Nyerere Road, Dar Es Salaam. Tel.: +255-22-2862661/5022, Fax:
+255-22-2862667/5412/3. Tunisia: STE Tunisienne De Quincaillerie Stq., Nvelle Z.I 2013, Ben Arous, Tunis, Tunisia, Tel: +216
71386102, Fax: +216 71380412. UAE: Abu Dhabi - Light House Electric., P.O.Box 120, Abu Dhabi. Tel.: +971-2-6726131, Fax:
+971-2-6720667. Dubai - Black & Decker (O) A.G., P.O.Box 5420, Dubai. Tel.: +971-4-7028234/233, Fax: +971-4-2822765.
Ideal Mach. & Equipt. R. W/shop P.O.Box 37116, Al Quoz, Dubai. Tel.: +971-4-3474160, Fax: +971-4-3474157. Sharjah McCoy Middle East LLC, P.O.Box 20228, Sharjah. Tel.: +971-6-5336321, Fax: +971-6-5336320. Uganda: The Building Centre,
Kitgum House, 52 Station Road, P.O.Box 7436, Kampala. Tel.: +256-41-234567, Fax: +256-41-236413. Yemen: Aden - Middle
East Trad. Co. Ltd., Mulla Dakka, Aden. Tel.: +967-2-240950, Fax: +967-2-240952. Sana'a: Middle East Trad. Co. Ltd.,
P.O.Box 12363, Hayel Street, Sana'a. Tel.: +967-1-204201, Fax: +967-1-204204. Taiz: Middle East Trad. Co. Ltd., Campa area
near Al-Kair mosque, Taiz. Tel.: +967-4-231610/232033, Fax: +967-4-219869. Zimbabwe: J.D.Distributors, P.O.Box 226, 17
Bessemer Road, Graniteside, Harare.
Tel.: +263-4-753913-7, Fax: 753918. Cyprus: G. Kyprianou Trading Co Ltd., 51
Prodromou AVE. Strovolos, 1681, P.O. Box 23318 Nicosia Cyprus. Tel.: 00357 22 468170/1, Fax: 00357 22 468186, Email