PowerShot QUICK AND EFFORTLESS IRONING LET’S GET STARTED. ICC1V1EP Let’s talk safety Basic safety precautions Don’ts Do’s This iron is intended for domestic use only and NOT for commercial or industrial use. •Only use the iron indoors and keep the area you’re ironing well lit. •If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard. •Keep the iron and its cord out of reach of children less than 8 years of age when it is energised or cooling down. •This iron can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and 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 iron. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision. •Don’t touch any hot areas on your iron. The soleplate on the iron can become extremely hot and may cause burns if touched. •Don’t leave the iron unattended while it is connected to the mains and before it has cooled down. •Don’t use the iron if has been dropped, damaged, immersed in water, left outdoors or has any visible signs of leaking. •Don’t hold the iron under a running water tap, always use a jug to fill. •Don’t touch the power cord with the irons soleplate. •Don’t use the iron if the power cord or plug is damaged. •Please contact our Customer Care Line on: 0330 026 8455 (Mon-Fri 8:30am to 6:30pm, Sat 9:00am to 5:00pm) •Don’t handle the plug or use the iron with wet hands. •Don’t pull or carry the iron by the power cord. •Don’t use the power cord as a handle, pull the power cord around corners or sharp edges or close a door over the power cord. Don’t unplug the iron by pulling on the power cord. •Don’t aim the steam jet at people, animals, plants and electrical components or wires. Never touch the steam jet (there is a risk of scalding). •Don’t use the iron with incorrect voltage as this may result in damage or injury to the user. The correct voltage is listed on the ratings label. •Don’t use the iron on clothing that are still being worn on the body. •Don’t open the filling aperture during use. •Always switch off, unplug from mains and allow the iron to cool down before carrying out any maintenance or troubleshooting. •Always stand the iron in the upright position between uses and keep the iron moving whilst in use. Leaving the soleplate in contact with any surface for an extended period of time will cause damage. •When placing the iron on its stand, ensure that the surface on which the stand is placed is stable. •Always use the iron on a heat resistant, stable, level surface. •Always unplug the iron from the mains before the water tank is filled with water. •Always fill the water tank with water only. Never add perfume, descaler or products containing alcohol. Filling the water tank with hot or boiling water will invalidate the warranty. •Always ensure the soleplate and surfaces are free from grit and debris before use. •Always carry the iron by the handle. •Always empty the water tank when the iron is not in use. •Always replace the fuse in the plug with a British 13amp fuse. Always protect the power cord from heated surfaces or near open flames. •Use only CE approved 13amp extension cords, non-approved extension cords can overheat. Care should be taken to arrange the extension cord as it could be a trip hazard. •Before storing make sure the iron has fully cooled, the water tank is empty and wrap the power cord around the iron. Store the iron in a cool, dry area away from children. Please keep instructions for further use and use only as instructed in this guide. Contents Thank you for buying this Vax Steam Iron. Taking care of your ironing. The Vax Steam Iron is designed to make ironing regularly, as effective and efficient as possible and this user guide will help you get the most out of your steam iron. Taking care of your Steam Iron Also inside this guide are instructions on maintaining your new Vax Steam Iron, so that it’s always ready when you are to tackle your creases. Let’s talk safety Power Shot Getting to know your appliance Included with your iron Getting started Jug Using your appliance Taking care of your machine Cleaning and maintenance Notes What to do if it goes wrong Taking care of you We’re here if you need us. Instead of taking me back to the shop, simply visit: vax.co.uk/support or call: (UK) 0330 026 8455 (ROI) 1-800 928 308 Monday-Friday 8:30am to 6:30pm, Saturday 9:00am to 5:00pm Calls are charged at the UK local rate. Please make a note of the serial number and model number of the product before calling. Alternatively, you can write to us at: Vax Ltd., Plot 302, Stonebridge Cross Business Park, Hampton Lovett, Droitwich, WR9 0LW, UK This user guide can be found online at: vax.co.uk/support Let us know what you think @VaxUK Getting in touch Getting to know your appliance Getting started Before you begin Spray burst button Steam boost button Heating Indicator Light Power cord Steam control Water fill cover Handle CAUTION: The soleplate becomes very hot during use. Always allow the iron to cool down before carrying out any maintenance or trouble shooting. Do not use hot or boiling water to fill the water tank. Don’t over fill the water tank or exceed the maximum amount required. Always unplug from the mains before topping the tank up with water. Always switch off the iron and allow to cool before emptying the water tank. IMPORTANT: When using the iron basic safety precautions should always be observed. Don’t aim the steam jet at people, animals, plants and electrical components or wires. Never touch the steam jet (there is a risk of scalding). Before first use remove labels and all packaging. Always make sure the water fill cover is closed correctly before use. Temperature control dial Filling the water tank Spray burst nozzle Self clean button Soleplate NOTE: The iron can be filled with tap water. For hard water areas we recommended the use of distilled or demineralised water. Half fill the water tank with distilled or demineralised water and top up to the ‘Max’ line with tap water. Do not add perfume, vinegar, starch, descaling agents, ironing aids or other chemicals to the water tank. When filling make sure the appliance is unplugged. Water tank With the iron disconnected from the mains open the water fill cover. Technical Specification Name Power Shot Model number ICC1V1EP Power input Please refer to rating label Tank capacity 300ml Weight 1.1kg Subject to technical change without notice. Tilt the iron forwards. Using the jug provided fill the water tank up to the Max fill line. Close the water fill cover. Getting started Using your appliance Preparing for use Features Always check the laundry care label and adjust the temperature and steam accordingly for the type of fabric. Test on a hidden area to begin with. Spray burst Steam boost The spray burst will moisten the fabric to help remove stubborn creases. The steam boost function can only be used at temperature settings between and Max to help remove stubborn creases. Press and release the spray burst button. Press and release the steam boost button. Vertical steam boost Anti-drip The steam boost function can be used to iron in the vertical position to remove creases from hanging clothes and curtains. The anti-drip function stops drops of water falling onto your clothes when ironing at low temperature. Fabric type Temperature setting Steam setting Steam boost Spray burst Cotton/linen Adjustable Yes Optional Silk/wool N/A No Optional Synthetics N/A No Optional NOTE: The indicator light will illuminate intermittently during ironing. Stand the iron in the upright position on a heat resistant levelled surface. Select to the required temperature using the temperature control dial. Select the required steam setting. Make sure the steam setting selected is suitable for the ironing temperature. Plug into mains, the heater indicator light will illuminate. When the selected temperature has been reached the light will go out. Taking care of your appliance CAUTION: Always unplug the appliance from the mains and allow to completely cool down in a safe place before carrying out any maintenance or troubleshooting checks. Do not leave water in the water tank between uses, as this can effect the irons performance. The water tank should be emptied after each use. Cleaning and maintenance Self clean To prolong and for best continued performance of the appliance, use the self clean function once every two weeks. In hard water areas, the self clean function should be used more frequently. Emptying the water tank With the iron disconnected from the mains and completely cooled down open the water fill cover. Empty the water tank over a sink. Close the water fill cover. Tilt the iron forwards. Using the jug provided fill the water tank up to the Max fill line. Select the Max temperature using the temperature control dial. Select NO steam on steam control by moving steam control to the left. Unplug the appliance from the mains and hold the iron over a sink. Press and hold down the self clean button and gently shake the iron. Release the self clean button after 5-10 seconds. Repeat the process again until all the impurities and flakes are flushed out from the iron. Plug into mains, the heater indicator light will illuminate. When the selected Max temperature has been reached the light will go out. Storing Wrap the power cord around the iron. Store the iron in the upright position, in a dry, safe place. Your Vax iron contains an anti-calc cartridge which helps to reduce scale deposits and helps to maintain the performance of your iron. It does not need to be replaced. P TI Cleaning and maintenance Notes Cleaning the soleplate After carrying out the self clean process always clean the soleplate, making sure any water stains or impurities that may have formed are completely removed. CAUTION: Do not use abrasive or scowling materials as they will scratch the plate. Tilt the iron forwards. Using the jug provided fill the water tank up to the Max fill line. Select the Max temperature using the temperature control dial. Unplug the appliance from the mains. Move the hot iron over a piece of used cloth to remove any water stains/impurities from the soleplate. Allow the iron to completely cool down in a safe place before emptying the water tank and storing. Select NO steam on steam control by moving steam control to the left. Plug into mains, the heater indicator light will illuminate. When the selected Max temperature has been reached the light will go out. What to do if it goes wrong Problem The iron has no power. Why is the iron not producing steam? Why is the steam boost not working? Why is the spray burst not working? Water is leaking from the iron. Getting in touch Solution • The plug may not be fully pushed into the electrical socket. • Check the fuse in the plug. If this needs replacing, always use a British 13amp fuse. • There may be no water in water tank, fill the water tank. • The temperature control dial or steam control has not been set to the appropriate settings. Go to ‘Preparing for use’. • The iron has a build up of limescale, Go to ‘Cleaning and maintenance – self clean’. • The steam boost button has been pressed too often within a short period. Continue ironing in a horizontal position, after a short period of time use the boost button again. • The temperature control dial has not been set at a temperature the steam boost function can be used ( to Max). Stand the iron in the upright position, adjust the control dial and wait for the heating indicator light to go out before using the steam boost. • The water tank is not full enough. Unplug the iron from the mains and add water to the water tank. • The water fill cover is not correctly closed. Close the water fill cover. • The steam boost button has been pressed with the control dial set at the incorrect temperature. The steam boost function can be used ( to Max). • Excessive use of the steam burst button can reduce the temperature of the soleplate temporarily meaning that it will need to heat up again. If this happens the water may potentially pool in the ‘boiler’. † Registration required. Terms and conditions apply, see vax.co.uk for details. * Calls are charged at the UK local rate. Please make a note of the serial number and model number of the appliance before calling. GET IN TOUCH 0330 026 8455 firstname.lastname@example.org vax.co.uk VaxVacuums @VaxUK EEC Statement of Compliance: Manufacturer/EEC importer: Vax Limited, hereby on our own responsibility, declare that the ICC1V1EP is manufactured in compliance with the following Directives: Safety: 2014/35/EU Low Voltage Directive. EMC: 2014/30/EU Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive. Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. 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