Brother PE-DESIGN V7 Sewing Machine User Manual

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TurboSteam iron
steam/spray/shot
Please read and keep these instructions
Getting the best from your new iron....
Safety first
Caution must be used when handling this appliance as it does get
very hot. Always switch off the unit and allow to cool before cleaning
or storing.
!
To improve the life of your new product and to ensure the cleanliness of your
clothes, we strongly recommend the use of distilled or demineralised water.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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This appliance can be used by children aged from
8 years and above and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
experience or knowledge, if they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the
hazards involved. Children shall not play with the
appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall
not be made by children without supervision.
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Keep the iron and its cord out of reach of children
less than 8 years of age when it is energized or
cooling down.
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The iron must not be left unattended while it is
connected to the supply mains.
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The plug must be removed from the socket-outlet
before the water reservoir is filled with water.
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The iron must be used and rested on a stable
surface.
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When placing the iron on its heel, ensure that the
surface on which the heel is placed is stable.
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The iron is not to be used if it has been dropped,
if there are visible signs of damage or it is leaking.
The use of any electrical appliance requires the following common sense safety rules:
Primarily there is danger of injury or death and secondly the danger of damage to the appliance.
These are indicated in the text by the following two conventions:
WARNING: Danger to the person!
IMPORTANT: Damage to the appliance!
Further safety advice can be found on page 7.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Temperature guide
Heat setting markings on the adjustable temperature dial of all Morphy Richards irons match those
of the International Textile Care Labelling Code.
Symbol
(120°C Max) Cool
(160°C Max) Warm
(210°C Max) Hot
Fabric
Silk, Nylon, Acetates
e.g. Acrilan
Courtelle, Orlon
Wool, Polyester
mixtures e.g.
Polyester/Cotton
Triacetates, e.g.
Tricel/Polyester
Cotton, Linen
Rayon, Rayon
mixtures,
e.g. Rayon/Linen
Ironing
Iron on wrong side,
if moisture required
use damp cloth
(Not Acetate)
Temperature
dial positions
‘Max’ Setting
Do not iron
at all
Fabrics requiring this
setting usually require
steam pressing for heavy
cotton, denim etc.
With water in tank
Steam/shot of steam
Dry ironing / spray
Without water in tank
Dry ironing
COMPONENTS OF
YOUR IRON
⁄Â
¤
⁄ Steam boost button
‹
¤ Water spray button
›
‹ Variable steam switch
› Filling hole with cap
„
fi Spray nozzle
fl Soleplate
‡ Temperature dial
fi
· Temperature indicator light
‚ Water tank
fl
‰
‡&·
„ Life long anti-scale
(certain models only)
‚
Ê
Á
‰ Filling beaker
 Auto shut-off indicator
(certain models only)
Soleplate zones
Ê Turbo Boost
Powerful boost of steam gets
into the trickiest of places
Á Constant Steam
Removes all creases at a level
you control.
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A
BEFORE USE
Never use battery topping up
fluid or water containing any
substances like starch, sugar,
fragrant additives or defrosted
water from a refrigerator.
Sort out the items to be ironed
according to the type of fabric.
This will minimise the frequency
of temperature adjustment for
different garments.
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NOTE: The steam facility should
only be used on garments which
are suitable for ironing at 3-dot
and MAX settings. (see
‘Temperature guide’ on page 3).
WARNING: When filling your
iron with tap water, always
use the beaker provided.
Never fill directly under the
tap.
Textiles and clothes are
supposed to carry ironing
instructions. If they don’t, you
should follow the fabric guide on
page 3, but be sure to test the
temperature by ironing the hem
of the garment or similar
discreet area first.
B
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL C
If you turn the temperature dial
down from a hot setting to a
cooler setting, wait until the iron
temperature has stabilised
before you continue ironing.
Delicate fabrics such as silk,
wool, velour, etc, are best ironed
with an ironing cloth to prevent
shine marks.
MAX level mark
1
Plug in the iron and switch on
the power at the mains socket.
2
Set the temperature dial ‡ to
the temperature required C, but
don’t start ironing immediately. If
you wait a few minutes, the iron
will stabilise at the required
setting.
•
Your Morphy Richards iron is
fitted with a temperature
indicator light · which will
switch on and off whilst you are
ironing. This is perfectly normal
as it shows that the iron is
maintaining the heat setting you
have chosen.
•
It is always a good idea to begin
with cool fabrics and work up to
higher settings. An iron heats up
quicker than it cools down so
you will save time and energy.
FILLING A
Dry ironing
You can use your iron as a dry
iron only. Make sure the variable
steam switch ‹ is set to the ‘O’
symbol E.
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ON WO
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C
O
L
IN HARD WATER AREAS, THE
USE OF DISTILLED OR
DEMINERALISED WATER IS
RECOMMENDED.
FEATURES OF YOUR
IRON
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SI
C
Lift the filler cap › until it locks
and holds in the open position.
Fill the water through the filling
hole into the water tank ‚,
using the beaker ‰ provided
A. The tank holds 350ml of
water. The iron is fitted with a
clear view water tank, so you
can easily see the water level
when filling. During filling, tilt the
iron forward to read the water
level. The ‘MAX’ mark is printed
on the side of the clear view
tank B. After filling, push the
filler cap forward until it clicks in
place.
N
2
Make sure that the iron is not
plugged in, then set the variable
steam switch ‹ to ‘O’ position
E before filling the iron with
water.
K
1
Always pour out the remaining
water after use.
ON
Any temperature setting may be
used depending on the
garment. The spray feature may
be used, provided there is water
in the tank (see ‘Filling’ section).
You do not need to put any
water in the tank when dry
ironing only.
LINEN
M
A
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UK Helpline 0844 871 0960
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Replacement Parts 0844 873
M I N 0726
Ireland Helpline 1800 409 119
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Water Spray D
Press the water spray button ¤
and aim the spray of water at
stubborn creases. You can do
this whilst dry ironing providing
there is water in the tank. When
using the water spray it may be
necessary to push the water
spray button a few times to get
the spray pump primed.
Variable steam E
Fill the iron with water as
described in ‘Filling’, page
4, and insert the plug into
the electrical socket.
The steam output can be varied
from low to high by moving the
variable steam switch. At low
temperatures, the variable
steam switch should also be set
to low. The higher the
temperature, the higher variable
steam switch can be set.
The steam facility should only
be used on garments which are
suitable for ironing at 2 - 3-dot
and MAX settings.
Economy / Eco steam
setting
The shot of steam can be used
whilst dry ironing, providing
there is water in the tank, and
the temperature dial is set within
the steam range.
NOTE: For optimum steam
quality, do not operate the shot
more than three times in
succession.
E
Vertical steam
Hold the iron in a vertical
position between 1cm and 2cm
away from the item G. Press
the steam boost button ⁄, this
will create vertical steam.
Off / No steam
This feature is especially useful
for removing creases from
hanging clothes, curtains, wall
hangings, etc.
NOTE; For optimum steam
quality, do not operate the shot
more than three times in
succession.
Economy / Eco steam setting
(certain models only)
No drip system
(certain models only)
This iron provides you with two
specific steam levels, the first
position is an economy or “Eco”
setting which delivers a specific
amount of steam adequate for
most tasks. Move the variable
steam switch across until it
aligns with the green indicator
line. A second setting is
available to handle difficult jobs
such as stubborn creases. The
“Eco” or economy setting can
be used at the 2-3 dot and MAX
temperature levels, high steam
is suitable for 3-dot and MAX
levels only.
The no drip system is designed
to prevent water escaping from
the soleplate fl when the iron is
too cold.
Press the steam boost
button ⁄ to obtain a
boost of extra steam for
ironing out creases in
heavy material such as
denim etc.
¤
Do not use shot of steam at
temperatures below the steam
range shown on the temperature
dial.
(certain models only) E
Steam boost F
D
During use, this feature may
emit a loud click, particularly
during heat-up or whilst cooling
down. This is perfectly normal
and indicates that the system is
functioning correctly.
High steam setting
F
⁄
Auto shut-off
(certain models only)
If your iron is fitted with the auto
shut-off function, it will
automatically shut down after a
set period.
G
If the iron is left unattended in
the horizontal position, it will
shut down after 1 minute.
If it is left in the vertical position,
it will shut down after 8 minutes.
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H
To clean the exterior
The auto shut-off light  will
flash, indicating the product is in
shut-down mode.
Allow the iron to cool and wipe
over with a damp cloth and mild
detergent, then wipe with a dry
cloth.
To reactivate the iron, gently
shake it, the temperature
indicator light will come on,
indicating the iron is warming
up. Wait for the iron to heat-up
as normal.
Emptying and storing
When you have finished ironing,
unplug your iron. Ensure that the
variable steam switch is set at
the ‘O’ position E, lift up the
filler cap and empty any
remaining water out of the filling
hole H. Do not store in the box,
but in an upright position, so
that any drops of water
remaining cannot leak out and
discolour the soleplate.
Anti-scale system
(certain models only)
The life long anti-scale system
reduces scale deposits and
helps prolong the life of the iron.
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MAINTENANCE
IMPORTANT: Do not descale
the soleplate with descaling
products, proprietary cleaning
agents or vinegar when
flushing out the soleplate.
IMPORTANT: The flex can be
damaged if wound too tightly
around the iron after use. Make
a loose loop with the flex and
wrap it around the iron. The iron
must be cool before winding the
flex and storing on its heel I.
To clean a coated
soleplate
HELPLINE
(certain models only)
If you have any difficulty with
your appliance, do not hesitate
to call us.
In the unlikely event of any
man-made fibre fusing to the
soleplate, set the iron at the
3-dot position and pass it over a
clean piece of cotton which will
draw the deposit off the surface.
We are more likely to be able to
resolve any issues than the
store from where you bought it.
Please have the following
information ready to enable our
staff to deal with your query
quickly:
Do not use scouring powder or
solution as this could cause
damage to the coating.
To clean a stainless
steel soleplate
(certain models only)
To keep the soleplate of your iron
clean and free of limescale, we
recommend that you use one of
the gentle chrome, silver or
stainless steel cleaners that are
generally available. Always follow
the manufacturer’s instructions.
To clean off melted man-made
fibres, set the iron at the 3 dot
position and pass it over a clean
piece of cotton which will draw
the deposit off the surface.
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UK Helpline 0844 871 0960
•
Name of the product.
•
Model number as shown on
underside of the appliance.
•
Serial number as shown on
underside of the appliance.
UK Helpline
0844 871 0960
Replacement Parts 0844 873 0726
Ireland Helpline
Replacement Parts 0844 873 0726
1800 409 119
Ireland Helpline 1800 409 119
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WEBSITE
•
You may also contact us
through our website, or visit
the site to browse and
purchase appliances, spare
parts and accessories from
the extensive Morphy
Richards range.
•
Location
•
•
Do not use outdoors or near
water.
IMPORTANT: Do not use the
product on a surface which
could be damaged by heat
or steam such as a worktop
or a polished wood surface.
Children
•
Close supervision is
necessary when any
appliance is used near
children.
•
Children do not understand
the dangers associated with
operating electrical
appliances.
•
Use the iron only for its
intended use.
•
Always disconnect the iron
from the electrical socket
when filling with water or
emptying, and when not in
use.
•
•
•
WARNING: Burns can
occur from touching hot
metal parts, hot water or
steam. Use caution when
you turn a steam iron
upside down, there may
be hot water in the water
tank.
•
Never allow the mains lead
to over hang the work
surface.
•
Let the iron cool completely
before putting away. Loop
the cord loosely around the
iron before storing.
•
When ironing is complete,
remove the plug from the
socket, empty any
remaining water from the
tank, and allow to cool
before storage.
•
If you drop or severely
knock your iron, this could
cause internal damage even
if the outside appears
alright. Have it checked by
a qualified electrician.
•
It is recommended that you
use up one beaker of water
by operating your iron’s
steam and shot of steam
functions before ironing any
clothes, as some dripping
may occur while your iron’s
steam system is activated.
If the supply cord is
damaged, it must be
replaced by the
manufacturer, its service
agent or similarly qualified
person(s) in order to avoid a
hazard.
Do not operate the iron with
a damaged cord, or if the
iron has been dropped or
damaged and if there are
visible signs of damage, or
if it is leaking. To avoid the
risk of electric shock, do not
disassemble the iron, but
telephone Morphy Richards
for advice. Incorrect
reassembly can cause a risk
of electric shock when the
iron is used.
If your iron does not work,
check the following points:
•
Do not use the vertical
steam feature on clothes
that are being worn.
To prevent damage to the
textile being ironed, follow
the temperature guide
carefully. (Test the inside of
the hem of the garment).
Special
instructions
WARNING: To protect
against the risk of
electric shock, do not put
the appliance in water or
in any other liquid.
•
•
Do not allow the cord to
touch hot surfaces.
Other safety
considerations
Personal safety
•
The socket should always
be off before plugging or
unplugging from the socket.
Never yank the cord to
disconnect from the socket,
instead, grasp the plug and
pull to disconnect.
•
Has the temperature dial
been set to the required
temperature? Is the plug in
its socket? Is the plug itself
or the socket faulty? (Check
by plugging in another
appliance).
WARNING: When not in
use, your iron should
never be placed flat and
left on an ironing board.
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ELECTRICAL
REQUIREMENTS
Check that the voltage on
the rating plate of your
appliance corresponds with
your house electricity
supply which must be A.C.
(Alternating Current).
If the socket outlets in your
home are not suitable for
the plug supplied with this
appliance, the plug should
be removed and the
appropriate one fitted.
WARNING: A damaged or
severed mains cable
fitted with a plug should
never be connected to
the mains supply. It must
be destroyed, as a
damaged cable becomes
hazardous if connected
to a power socket.
Should the fuse in the 13
amp plug require changing,
a 13 amp BS1362 fuse
must be fitted.
WARNING: This appliance
must be earthed.
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REGISTERING
YOUR THREE
YEAR GUARANTEE
Your standard one year guarantee is
extended for an additional 2 years
when you register the product
within 28 days of purchase with
Morphy Richards. If you do not
register the product with Morphy
Richards within 28 days, your
product is guaranteed for 1 year. To
validate your 3 year guarantee
register with us online at
www.morphyrichards.co.uk
N.B. Each qualifying product needs
to be registered with Morphy
Richards individually. Retailer’s
receipt should be kept as proof of
purchase.
Please note that the 3 year
guarantee is only available in the
UK and Ireland. Please refer to the
one year guarantee for more
information.
If the fault develops after 28 days
and within 12 months of original
purchase, you should contact the
Helpline number quoting Model
number and Serial number on the
product, or write to Morphy
Richards at the address shown.
It is important to retain the retailer’s
receipt as proof of purchase. Staple
your receipt to this back cover for
future reference.
Subject to the exclusions set out
below (see Exclusions), the faulty
appliance will then be repaired or
replaced, as appropriate, and
dispatched usually within 7 working
days of receipt.
If, for any reason, this item is
replaced or repaired during the 1
year guarantee period, the
guarantee on the new item will be
calculated from original purchase
date. Therefore it is vital to retain
your original till receipt or invoice to
indicate the date of initial purchase.
Model no.
Serial no.
All Morphy Richards products are
individually tested before leaving the
factory. In the unlikely event of any
appliance proving to be faulty within
28 days of purchase, it should be
returned to the place of purchase
for it to be replaced.
1 The fault has been caused or is
attributable to accidental use,
misuse, negligent use or used
contrary to the manufacturer’s
recommendations or where the fault
has been caused by power surges
or damage caused in transit.
2 The appliance has been used on a
voltage supply other than that
stamped on the products.
Morphy Richards products are intended for household use only.
Morphy Richards has a policy of continuous improvement in product quality and
design. The company, therefore, reserves the right to change the specification of
its models at any time.
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UK Helpline 0870 060 2614
6 Morphy Richards reserves the right
not to carry out any type of
servicing or repair work, under the
guarantee, at its discretion.
7 Plastic filters for all Morphy
Richards kettles and coffee makers
are not covered by the guarantee.
8 Batteries and damage from leakage
are not covered by the guarantee.
• This guarantee does not confer any
rights other than those expressly set
out above and does not cover any
claims for consequential loss or
damage. This guarantee is offered
as an additional benefit and does
not affect your statutory rights as a
consumer.
EXCLUSIONS
Morphy Richards shall not be liable
to replace or repair the goods under
the terms of the guarantee where:
Please quote the following
information if the product develops
a fault. These numbers can be
found on the base of the product.
4 The appliance has been used for
hire purposes or non domestic use.
5 The appliance is second hand.
You may be asked to return a copy
of proof of purchase.
To qualify for the 1 year guarantee,
the appliance must have been used
according to the instructions
supplied. For example, water
should be emptied after each use.
YOUR ONE YEAR
GUARANTEE
3 Repairs have been attempted by
persons other than our service staff
(or authorised dealer).
Replacement Parts 0870 157 6645
For electrical products sold within the
European Community. At the end of the
electrical products useful life, it should
not be disposed of with household
waste.
Please recycle where facilities exist.
Check with your Local Authority or
retailer for recycling advice in your
country.
The After Sales Division
Morphy Richards Ltd
Mexborough, South Yorkshire,
England, S64 8AJ
Helpline (office hours)
UK 0844 871 0960
Spare Parts 0844 873 0726
Republic of Ireland 1800 409 119
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