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USER’S GUIDE
H2O HD ENG KB GS R0 150108
Thank You!
Congratulations on your choice of the H2O™ HD High Definition Steam Cleaner from Thane™; a compact yet
versatile steam cleaner that easily converts from a Floor Mop and Carpet Cleaner into a powerful Hand-Held
Steam Cleaner.
The H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner offers a new definition in steam cleaning, allowing for precise, digital control of the
Steam Power offering a High Definition clean that is effective and far more hygienic than conventional methods.
The H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner increases cleaning power by converting water to steam and uses a Microfiber
Cloth to enhance absorbency. Dirt and grime can be eliminated in seconds. Cleaning with the H2O™ HD Steam
Cleaner is also environmentally friendly, as it uses active steam power without the use of chemicals or detergents.
Regular steam cleaning can also help deal with dust mites and some types of bacteria, fungus and mildew.
We want you to get the most from your product, so we’d like to encourage you to read this User’s Guide. It will
tell you everything you need to know about your H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner including its Digital Steam Control,
Quick Release Hand-Held unit and the easy to use Detachable Water Tank, while giving you tips for fast, effective
steam cleaning that will leave your home with a High Definition clean.
Thanks again for trusting the H2O™ brand from Thane™!
Thane™ and its affiliated companies assume no liability for personal injury or property damage resulting from the misuse
of the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner, including the failure to comply with the instructions contained in this User’s Guide or
provided by the manufacturer or distributor of the treated surface.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS STEAM CLEANER
Cleaning and Maintenance
! WARNING
Contents
DISCONNECT THE UNIT FROM THE POWER OUTLET FOR CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE.
DO NOT IMMERSE THE H2O™ HD STEAM CLEANER IN WATER.
Cleaning procedure to remove lime scale
If your H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner begins to produce steam slower than usual or stops producing steam you may need to remove lime scale.
It is necessary to remove lime scale on a regular basis, every 25 times you use a full tank of water or once a month, especially in areas with
hard water.
To remove lime scale from the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner, please follow these procedures:
Using the Cleaning Pin
Swirl and push the pin up and down the small hole of the steam outlet in the Main Body. Ensure that all scale debris has been removed
from the steam outlet before reassembling.
Using a cleaning solution
1. Prepare a solution of 1/3 white vinegar and 2/3 water and add to the Water Tank.
2. Ensure that steam released is aimed away from the floor or surrounding objects. Plug the unit into a properly grounded electrical outlet, turn it ON and allow the unit to produce steam until the vinegar/water solution is used up.
3. Repeat the above procedure as many times as necessary until a normal steam flow is achieved.
4. Fill the Water Tank with fresh water and rinse out.
5. Fill the Water Tank with fresh water again, and release steam through the system until the Water Tank is empty.
6. Perform a test cleaning on a suitable isolated area after each lime scale removal to ensure that there is no debris left in the system.
To clean calcium deposits building up inside the Water Tank:
Add 1-2 tablespoons of white vinegar to a full Water Tank, close the Water Tank Cap and shake the contents. DO NOT TURN THE STEAMER ON.
Let the unit sit for a few hours. Empty the Water Tank and rinse with clean water until it rinses clear.
Cleaning blocked steamer accessories:
Due to the high mineral content of water in some areas, some calcium buildup might develop inside the tip of the Jet Nozzle. To clean it, we
recommend using a spray lubricant. Spray a small burst or two of the lubricant inside the tip of the Jet Nozzle. After spraying the lubricant, fill the
steamer with water and run a continuous jet of steam through the affected accessory for several minutes to remove the deposit.
WE RECOMMEND PERFORMING THIS PROCEDURE IN A PROTECTED AND WELL-VENTILATED AREA.
Microfiber Cloth care:
Machine wash at 60 ºC (140 ºF) / Do not bleach / Do not use fabric softener.
Troubleshooting Guide
The unit does not power on
Reduced steam or no steam
Steam escapes from connections
The cleaning cloth becomes wet
Steam will not stop
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KEY FEATURES ....................................................................................................................4
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES .............................................................................................5
HOW TO ASSEMBLE YOUR H2O™ HD ....................................................................6
HOW TO USE YOUR H2O™ HD .................................................................................7-8
HOW TO ASSEMBLE THE HAND-HELD STEAMER ............................................9
HOW TO USE THE HAND-HELD STEAMER ...........................................................9
OPTIONAL ACCESSORY USAGE ................................................................................10-11
AFTER USE AND FILTER ................................................................................................12
Use detergent to clean the accessories when they are dirty. Wash with clean water and air dry.
Problem
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS​ ..........................................................................................3
Possible Cause
Solution
The unit is not plugged in
Make sure the unit is plugged into a properly grounded
outlet
Water Tank is empty
Fill Water Tank
Blocked Steam Nozzle
Remove Mop Head and clean the Nozzle
Lime scale deposit
Follow cleaning procedure to remove lime scale
Attachment is improperly connected
Turn the unit OFF, allow it to cool down, detach the
accessories and reattach them properly
Debris or obstructions at the connection
points
Remove the accessory and check and clean connection
points
The cloth gets saturated with water
after extensive use
Replace with a new cleaning cloth (optional item) or allow
cloth to cool, wring out and reattach
Steam emission was not properly
stopped
To stop emitting steam, press and hold the Steam Switch
for approximately 5 to 6 seconds. While holding the Steam
Switch the Steam Power Level Indicator lights will flash.
Steam will not stop emitting until the flashing stops and a
beep noise is heard indicating it has been stopped
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ................................................................................13
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE .........................................................................................13
Important Safeguards
PLEASE READ ALL PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS
WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY.
USE YOUR H2O™ HD STEAM CLEANER ONLY AS DIRECTED IN THIS MANUAL AND ONLY WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S
RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES. USE OF ATTACHMENTS OR ACCESSORIES NOT PROVIDED OR SOLD BY THE
MANUFACTURER OR BY AUTHORIZED RESELLERS MAY CAUSE FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR INJURY.
AS WITH ANY ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE, BASIC PRECAUTIONS SHOULD ALWAYS BE OBSERVED WHEN USING THIS
PRODUCT, INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:
After Use
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Unplug Power Supply Cord from the electrical outlet.
Make sure to remove the Mop Pad/Cloth before storage. Allow it to cool down before carefully removing the cloth.
Always empty the Water Tank at the end of each use.
Drain left-over water or steam before storing.
Wrap Power Supply Cord around Upper and Lower Cord Wrap.
Wipe all surfaces of the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner with a soft cloth.
Store in a protected and dry area.
! WARNING
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.
13. Verify that the main voltage indicated on the Rating Plate on this appliance corresponds with the voltage of your electrical outlet.
In order to protect against risk of electric shock, only plug this appliance into properly grounded outlets.
This appliance is designed for household use only. Do not use outdoors. Commercial use of the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner voids the manufacturer’s warranty.
Do not leave the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner unattended while plugged in.
Close attention is necessary when used near children, pets or plants. Never direct steam towards people, animals or plants, as hot steam emission may cause scalding.
Do not allow the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner to be used as a toy. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with this appliance.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons with physical, sensory or mental impairments unless they are instructed
and supervised during use by an able and experienced adult responsible for their safety.
Do not handle the plug or the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner with wet hands or operate without shoes. Do not immerse the H2O™ HD
Steam Cleaner in water or other liquids. The liquid or steam should not be directed towards equipment containing electrical
components, such as the interior of ovens.
Do not use this appliance with a damaged cord or plug. If it is not working as it should, or if it has been dropped,
damaged, left outdoors, or immersed in water, return it to the distributor. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer or a qualified repair facility to avoid hazard.
Never force the plug into an outlet or pull or carry the unit by the cord. Do not use the cord as a handle, close a door on
the cord or pull the cord around sharp edges or corners. Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
Do not use extension cords or outlets with inadequate current-carrying capacity, and in order to avoid circuit overload, do not operate another appliance on the same socket (circuit) as the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner.
To disconnect the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner, turn the Steam off, then remove the plug from the outlet.
Unplug the unit after each use or before servicing. In order to safely unplug the unit, grasp the plug and gently pull.
Do not unplug the unit by pulling on the cord.
14. Do not insert any objects into openings in the unit or use it with any of its openings blocked.
15. Store your H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner indoors in a cool and dry place. Never leave the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner outdoors.
16. Keep your work area well lit and use extra caution when using on stairs.
17. Do not use the unit without water in the Water Tank, and do not use the Mop Head without first attaching the Floor Cloth.
18. Stop using the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner if you observe water leakage, and contact a qualified technician.
19. Never put hot water or liquids such as alcohol-based or detergent products into the Water Tank. This will make operation unsafe and damage the unit.
20. Always keep the steam opening clear of any obstructions. Avoid placing the steam opening on soft surfaces to avoid
blocking the flow of steam. Keep the steam opening free from lint, hair and other potential obstructions to ensure proper steam flow.
21. Do not use the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner in spaces that are exposed to flammable, explosive or toxic vapor such as paint thinner or oil-based paint.
22. Do not use on leather, wax-polished furniture or floors, unsealed hardwood or parquet floors, unglazed ceramic floors,
synthetic fabrics, velvet or other delicate steam-sensitive materials.
23. Do not use this appliance for space heating purposes or place it on or near hot surfaces such as a hot gas or electric
burner, or in a heated oven.
24. Do not use this appliance for other than its intended use.
Filter
It is important to replace the water filter every three to four months or after approximately 20 to 25 uses as the filter becomes visibly dirty. The Water
Filter removes minerals and other impurities from tap water and also works to prevent water deposits from damaging your H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner.
To maximize the performance of your filter, distilled water may be used.
To replace the Water Filter, remove the Water Tank by pressing the Water Tank Release Button and pulling the Water Tank from both sides. With the
Water Tank removed, grab and lift the Water Filter from the Handheld Steamer and discard. Replace with a new Water Filter from Thane™. Replace
Water Tank and follow instructions for “How to use your H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Optional Accessory Usage
Part and Usage
Assembly
GARMENT STEAMING CLOTH
To steam a garment, place item of
clothing on a hanger and steam the
garment directly. Slowly slide the
Garment Steamer Head vertically
over the garment to smooth the
fabric and remove wrinkles and
odors.
Install the Garment Steaming Cloth / Lint Cloth / Microfiber Scrubbing
Cloth over the Window Cleaning Tool.
Make sure to attach the cloth to all hooks on the Cleaning Tool Frame
to avoid slipping from the frame during use.
Key Features
Tips/Caution
For garment steaming do not use
High Steam setting.
Some fabrics like leather, suede,
and velvet may not be suitable
for steaming. Please refer to the
manufacturer’s label.
Curtains and draperies can be
steamed while hanging.
Black Tag
LINT CLOTH
Slowly pass over surface to be
cleaned. The absorbent Lint Cloth
picks up the dirt/hair loosened by
the steam.
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2. Cord Lock Slot
3. Foldable Handle Release Button
4. Upper Cord Wrap
5. Hand-Held Steamer Release Button
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6. Hand-Held Unit
7. Steam Switch with Power Indicator Light
Do not use High Steam setting.
Do not use on animals.
Tag
1. Foldable Handle
back
side
8. Steam Setting Button
9. Steam Power Level Indicator
10. Water Tank Release Button
11. Water Tank Light
MICROFIBER SCRUBBING CLOTH
Removes more dust and dirt with
less effort. Effective in cleaning
stubborn smudges or spills.
12. Water Tank
13. Water Filter
14. Power Supply Cord
SCRAPER – RIGID BLADE
1. Apply steam over the area that
you plan to scrape. Repeat a few
times if needed.
2. Detach the Window Cleaning
Tool with Scraper from the Extension Hose and start stripping off
the wallpaper or any hardened spills
(ketchup, syrup, etc.) from ceramic
or vinyl tiles, glass windows etc.
Remove the Squeegee Blade and slide the Scraper into the Window
Cleaning Tool with the grooved side of the Scraper facing shorter plastic
teeth of the Window Cleaning Tool
Install the Coral Cloth or Garment Cloth to the Window Cleaning Tool
with the Scraper and attach it to the Extension Hose.
For removing wallpaper: Make “X”
shaped slits into the surface of the
wallpaper with utility knife to allow
steam to soften the adhesive.
LONG STEAM LAZER™
Easier to clean hard to reach areas
(behind the cabinets, behind the
toilet, far corners, etc.).
If using for wallpaper removal:
Cover your floor to protect from any
water dripping. Cover the outlets
with electrical tape to protect from
any liquids.
Selection of the steam setting
will depend on the surface being
treated. If you are concerned about
possible drywall damage from the
steam, start with Low Steam setting.
15. Lower Cord Wrap
16. Mop Head Screw
17. Mop Head
18. Microfiber Cloth
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19. Carpet Glider
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Attach the Long Steam Lazer™ to the Extension Hose by aligning the
lock button on the Extension Hose with the designated hole on the Long
Steam Lazer™ tool and push until it locks in place.
Attached to the Extension Hose, the Long Steam Lazer™ can be used
by itself or with the Bendable Jet Nozzle and/or Round Brush (Nylon).
Remove the end cap before installing the Bendable Jet Nozzle or Round
Brush (Nylon).
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BENDABLE JET NOZZLE
Cleans tight corners and hidden
places.
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Screw the Bendable Jet Nozzle onto the Long Steam Lazer™. Remove
the black plastic cap from the top of the Long Steam Lazer™. Replace
the plastic cap after attaching the Bendable Jet Nozzle.
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ACCESSORY BAG
Keeps all accessories and small
parts in one place. Easy to view
the contents and easily locate the
needed tool or accessory and access it.
Handle with care as tools and accessories with sharp ends might
poke through the bag (Scraper,
Nozzle, etc.)
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Front view
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Back view
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Optional Accessories
Optional Accessory Usage
Part and Usage
1. Jet Nozzle
2. Round Brush (Nylon)
3. Copper Brush
4. Cleaning Pin
Assembly
Tips/Caution
JET NOZZLE
Produces powerful steam for cleaning corners and gaps.
Insert the Jet Nozzle into
the designated hole in the
Main Body until it safely
locks in place.
Make sure the Jet Nozzle is securely locked in place before usage.
NYLON BRUSH
The round nylon brush is great for
cleaning smooth, hard surfaces,
such as toilets, sinks, and kitchen
counters, etc.
It can be used with soap or detergent to clean dirty areas.
Nylon Brush or Copper Brush can be attached to any of the steam
nozzles.
Use different colored brushes for
cleaning different areas of your
home (kitchen, bathroom, etc.).
5. Extension Hose (for the Hand-Held Steamer)
6. Window Cleaning Tool
7. Window Cleaning Cloth
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8. Garment Steaming Cloth
9. Lint Cloth
10. Microfiber Scrubbing Cloth for
Attach either of the brushes by screwing onto the threaded end of the
Jet Nozzle, Bendable Jet Nozzle or Long Steam Laser.
COPPER BRUSH
The Copper Brush is great for cleaning coarse or metal surfaces, such as
brick floors, car wheels, metal doors,
and metal frames, etc.
Window Cleaning Tool
11. Scraper - Rigid Blade
12. Duster with Coral Cloth
Never use the Copper Brush on
surfaces that are prone to scratching.
13. Long Steam Lazer™
14. Bendable Jet Nozzle
15. Additional Round Brushes in
different colors
16. Accessory Bag
17. Microfiber Scrubbing Cloth for
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Mop Head
EXTENSION HOSE
This 30” Extension Hose is designed for use with the Hand-Held
Steamer and with the following
attachments:
- Window Cleaning Tool
- Duster
- Bendable Jet Nozzle
- Long Steam Lazer™
Insert the designated end of
the Extension Hose into the
designated hole in the Main
Unit until it locks in place.
Make sure the Extension Hose is
securely locked into place before
usage. When in use, keep the Extension Hose away from your body
and avoid touching the hose as it
can get hot.
DUSTER, WITH CORAL CLOTH
Slowly pass over surface to be
cleaned. The absorbent Coral Cloth
picks up the dirt loosened by the
steam.
Install the Coral Cloth into the Duster Frame and attach the Duster to
the Extension Hose.
Do not use High Steam setting
when using the Duster.
WINDOW CLEANING TOOL
Attached to the Extension Hose
and in combination with one of the
provided cleaning cloths or scraper,
use this tool for window cleaning, garment steaming, wallpaper
removal, etc.
Align the lock button on the Extension Hose with the designated hole on
the Window Cleaning Tool Frame and
push in the
Extension Hose until it locks in place.
Install cleaning cloth of your choice
onto the Window Cleaning Tool.
Do not use steam on frozen
windows.
WINDOW CLEANING CORAL
CLOTH
Use it to clean windows, mirrors and
glass.
Install the Coral Cloth over the Window Cleaning Tool. Do not cover the
squeegee blade or scraper when installing the cleaning cloth.
Do not use steam on frozen
windows.
Do not pull the Extension Hose with
excessive force, as it might cause
damage and result in a steam leak.
18. Coral Cloth for Mop Head
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Be careful when using the steamer
on glass, as the glass may break.
Be careful when using the steamer
on glass, as the glass may break.
Hooks
Hooks
front
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How to Assemble the Hand-Held Steamer
How to Assemble Your H2O™ HD
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Step 1: Attach the H20™ HD Mop Head, then insert and tighten the provided screw into the hole on the back (screwdriver not provided).
Step 2: Pull handle upwards to an upright and locked position.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
The Hand-Held Steamer is an ideal portable cleaner for use on work surfaces, countertops, sinks, windows, mirrors, tiles and spot cleaning
on floors, carpets and rugs. Remove the Power Supply Cord from the Cord Lock Slot and detach from the Main Body by pressing the
Hand-Held Steamer Release Button and remove by the handle. Use your Hand-Held Steamer to clean windows, glass and mirrors without
leaving annoying streaks and smears. With available accessories like the Duster attachment you can clean blinds, handrails and furniture. The
Garment Steamer attachment relaxes the fabric, so wrinkles simply disappear. It also helps remove stains and body odors.
Step 3: Insert the Power Supply Cord into the Cord Lock Slot located on the handle.
Step 4: Attach the Microfiber Cloth by placing the cloth under the Mop Head. Align fastening strips of the cloth with the gripping strips on
the bottom of the Mop Head. Press to fit together.
Step 5: When using the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner on carpeting or rugs: Place the Mop Head, with Microfiber Cloth in place, on top of the Carpet
Glider as illustrated in Fig. 5. Do not attempt to use the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner on carpeting or rugs without the Carpet Glider in place. Never
use the Carpet Glider on surfaces that are prone to scratching.
!
CAUTION
Make sure the unit is unplugged from an electrical outlet before assembling or changing the accessories.
The Hand-Held Steamer is designed to thoroughly clean and help sanitize many of the surfaces in your home without harsh chemicals.
Whether it’s the bathroom or kitchen, nursery or backyard grill – now you can GREEN CLEAN with digital steam settings that make the
H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner great for virtually any cleaning job.
To detach the Hand-Held Steamer:
Step 1: Remove the Power Supply Cord from the Cord Lock Slot.
Step 2: Detach the Hand-Held Steamer by pressing the Hand-Held Release Button and pulling out the Hand-Held Steamer unit (Fig. 1).
! CAUTION
Make sure the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner is unplugged before assembly.
How to Use the Hand-Held Steamer
Fill the Water Tank with water (refer to the “HOW TO USE YOUR H2O™ HD” section in this manual) and select and attach one of the available
attachments (please refer to the”ACCESSORY USAGE” section in this manual).
Select one of the Steam Regulator positions:
1. Low Steam – Blue Indicator Light
Ideal for sensitive surfaces such as Garments, Mattresses & Pillows, Upholstery, Sealed Hardwood/Laminate (may also use Medium Steam setting)
2. Medium Steam – Green Indicator Light
Ideal for light cleaning of Plastic, Granite & Marble, Tile, Slate and Windows & Mirrors
3. High Steam – Red Indicator Light
Ideal for tougher stains on Stainless Steel, Porcelain Fixtures and Carpets & Door Mats
NOTICE
- Do not use the Hand-Held Steamer to clean frozen windows.
- Be careful when using the Hand-Held Steamer on glass, as the glass may break.
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How to use your H2O™ HD
How to use your H2O™ HD
The H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner is designed to thoroughly clean floor surfaces, such as marble, ceramic, carpet, stone, linoleum, sealed
hardwood floors and parquet. Test the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner on a small isolated area of your floor prior to overall use on floor surfaces.
The heat and steam action may remove the wax on surfaces treated with wax. Do not let unit stand on any wood or heat-sensitive floors for
an extended period of time. Water marks, discoloration or damage to the floor surface can occur if the unit is left operating too long in one
place. When using on vinyl, linoleum or any other heat-sensitive floors, use extra caution. Too much heat can melt glue in the flooring. Use
only on laminate flooring that has been laid professionally and without gaps or cracks that would permit the entry of moisture. Not all floor
types are suitable for steam cleaning. Always check the use and care instructions of your flooring manufacturer or distributor before using
the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner. When in doubt consult a flooring specialist.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Start Cleaning:
Slowly pass over the surface to be cleaned. The absorbent mop cloth picks up the dirt loosened by the steam. Apply steam as needed.
When the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner stops producing steam, simply turn it off, unplug it from the electrical outlet and refill the Water Tank
to continue cleaning.
Fig. 3
To fill the Water Tank:
Ensure the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner is unplugged. Remove the Water Tank by pressing the Water Tank Release Button and pulling the
Water Tank from both sides (Fig. 1). Turn the Water Tank Cap from the bottom of the Water Tank to “OPEN”
and remove the Water
Tank Cap (Fig. 2). Fill the Water Tank to the indicated tank capacity (450ml/15.2oz) (Fig. 3). Replace the Water Tank Cap and turn to
“CLOSE”
position. Make sure the Copper Cone inside the Water Tank is always submerged in water while operating the unit.
Never put cleaning detergents into the Water Tank. Unless approved by the manufacturer, do not put any scented products in the Water Tank.
The H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner uses tap water, but in areas with hard water use distilled water for better performance.
Once the unit has been fully assembled and filled with water you are ready to turn the unit on.
Steam Switch
with
Power Indicator Light
Turning the unit ON:
1. Plug the Power Cord into an electrical outlet. The Red Power Indicator light will come on, indicating power is on.
At the same time the Blue Water Tank Light will come on.
2. Wait for approximately 15 to 25 seconds for the Steam Power Level Indicator lights to flash, indicating that the unit
is ready to use.
3. Press the Steam Switch to begin emitting steam.
4. Press the Steam Setting Button to your desired power level; for Low Steam, press the button once, two times for
Medium Steam and three times for High Steam. Pressing the button again will bring you back to the Low Steam setting.
5. To stop emitting steam, press and hold the Steam Switch for approximately 5 to 6 seconds. While holding the Steam Switch the Steam
Power Level Indicator lights will flash. Steam will not stop emitting until the flashing stops and a beep noise is heard indicating it has
been stopped.
6. The unit is still on, and another press of the Steam Switch will start the emission of steam.
! WARNING
Never leave the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner unattended while plugged in.
For Best Results:
1. Sweep or vacuum floor prior to using the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner.
2. To avoid puddling of water, the Microfiber Cloth must be clean and dry for use. To replace the cloth, proceed as follows: Let the cloth cool
down, remove cloth from unit, replace with a new Microfiber Cloth (optional item) and continue use. Select Low Steam power level.
3. To help sanitize an area of your floor, leave the H2O™ HD Steam Cleaner at a High Steam power level over the area for about 10 seconds, but no longer than 15 seconds.
! WARNING
Do not carry out this procedure on heat and steam sensitive floors.
! IMPORTANT
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Never steam on one spot for too long. This can cause floor surface damage.
Do not put hands or feet under the steam mop. Unit gets very hot.
During use a pulsing noise may be heard indicating that the mop is producing steam. This noise is normal.
There may be some minor “spitting” of water mixed with the steam. This is also normal.
The force and heat of the steam may adversely affect certain materials. Always check the suitability of using steam on a surface by carrying
out a preliminary test on a hidden area.
Turning the unit OFF:
1. To shut the power off to the unit, follow the instructions to turn the steam off (see above), and then unplug the Power Cord from the Electrical Outlet.
!
IMPORTANT When trying to stop Steam Emission, failure to hold the button long enough to stop flashing lights and hear the
beep, will cause the unit will to continue steaming at the last steam setting.
Select one of the Steam Power Level positions:
3. High Steam – Red Indicator Light
Ideal for tougher stains on Stainless Steel,
Porcelain Fixtures and Carpets & Door Mats
2. Medium Steam – Green Indicator Light
Ideal for light cleaning of Plastic, Granite &
Marble, Tile, Slate and Windows & Mirrors
1. Low Steam – Blue Indicator Light
Ideal for sensitive surfaces such as Sealed
Hardwood/Laminate (may also use Medium
Steam setting), Garments, Mattresses &
Pillows, and Upholstery
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