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Steam iron
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Operating instructions
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Ironing table - Recommendations for use
Fabric
Temperature
Selector
Steam
Selector
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Comments
Synthetics
Polyacrilic
Acrylan, Dralon, Lycra, Orlon, Vonnel
Steam off
“0”
Polyamide
Polyester
Enkalon, Grilon, Nylon, Perlon
Rilsan
Dacron, Diolen, Kodel, Trevira, Vestan
Steam off
“0”
Cellulose
Cellulose fibres, acetate, cupro,
viscose such as: Cuprama, Colvera,
Phyron, Rayon, Tricell
Natural fibres
Silk
Steam off
“0”
Silk, wool and synthetic fibres can
be dry-ironed by covering with a
damp cloth and ironing over the
cloth
Woollens
Steam on
“1”–“2”
Steam ironing can be used in the low
to medium setting of the steam selector .
Cotton
Steam on
“2”–“4”
Constant steam possible from •••
position
Linen
Steam on
“2”–“4”
Super steam jet from ••• position for
stubborn creases
Steam off
“0”
Remove plug
Setting when
-not in use
= Cold
For mixed fibres we recommend ironing at the lower temperature (that of the more sensitive fibre),
e.g., polyester-cotton at the polyester setting.
Varied ironing speeds and fabric dampness can mean that the optimal setting can differ from that
recommended in the table!
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Please read these operating instructions carefully. Above all please
observe the safety instructions on
the initial pages of these operating
instructions! Please keep these operating instructions for future reference.
Pass them on to any subsequent owner
of the appliance.
Features (Figure 1)
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Rating plate
Soleplate
Steam exit holes
Spray nozzle
Filling aperture
Steam selector
Spray function button
Jet button
Power indicator
Mains cord
Heel with care information
Cord storage
Temperature selector
Transparent water reservoir
Measuring beaker
Temperature Selector (Figure 2)
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“Cold” setting
Synthetics
Silk/wool
Cotton/linen
1 Safety Instructions
• The appliance may only be operated
using the voltage and current rating
indicated on the rating plate
(Figure 1/A).
• The appliance should only be plugged
into a socket installed according to
regulations.
• Caution! When in use, the soleplate
and cover of the steam iron reach high
operating temperatures!
• Do not leave the appliance alone when
switched on. Even when leaving the
room for a short period remove the
plug. Keep children away from the
appliance.
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When steam ironing, steam is emitted
from the holes in the soleplate – risk
of burns!
Always remove the mains plug before
cleaning the steam iron, filling with
water or emptying.
The iron must not be left unattended
while it is connected to the supply
mains.
Never immerse the steam iron in water!
Always stand the steam iron on its
heel. When placing the iron on its
stand, ensure that the surface on
which the stand is placed is stable.
The iron must be used and rested on a
stable surface.
Do not twist or bend the mains cord or
wrap it round the steam iron while it is
still hot. Only store the appliance once
it is cool and after emptying any
remaining water.
The iron is not to be used if it has been
dropped, if there are visible signs of
damage or if it is leaking.
Please check the mains cord from time
to time for damage! Special tools are
required to repair a damaged mains
cord. 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.
Repairs to this appliance may only be
carried out by qualified service engi-
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neers. Considerable danger may result
from improper repairs. If repairs
become necessary, please contact the
Customer Care Department or your
authorised dealer.
Technical Data
Power consumption: 2000 W
Mains voltage: 220 - 240 V
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This appliance complies with the following EU Directives:
– 73/23/EEC of 19.02.1973 “Low
voltage directive”, including modification directive 93/68/EEC.
– 89/336/EEC of 03.05.1989 “EMC
directive”, including modification
directive 92/31/EEC.
Using for the First Time
Dry Ironing
0 Set the steam selector (Figure 1/F) to
position “0” (Figure 4/A).
0 Turn the temperature selector
(Figure 1/N) to the desired temperature.
Steam Ironing
Filling the Steam Iron (Figure 3)
The water reservoir should only be filled when the plug has been removed
from the socket.
0 Set the steam selector to position
“0” = dry iron (Figure 4/A) and hold
the appliance upright.
0 Fill the water reservoir at most to the
“MAX” mark. To do this, you can use
the measuring beaker supplied
(Figure 1/P).
Water Quality
Setting the Temperature
(Figure 2)
Please note the internationally applicable care symbols on garment labels.
On good quality garments they indicate the correct ironing temperatures.
The ironing table indicates which temperature is most appropriate for a particular type of fabric. We recommend
sorting the washing first. Start with
materials that require low temperature
ironing (e.g. PERLON). Follow on by
ironing materials that require progressively higher temperatures. In this way
you avoid damaging sensitive fabrics
by using too high a temperature. When
switched on, the power indicator lamp
lights up (Figure 1/J); it goes out when
the temperature set has been reached.
However, if the temperature selector
(Figure 1/N) is turned back, please note
that it takes a while for the soleplate
to cool down. Only when the power
indicator light comes on again has the
soleplate reached the cooler temperature.
You can use tap water up to 3 mmol/I
17° dH water hardness level. Your local
Water Authority can advise you on the
hardness of the water in your area. If
the water from your tap is harder than
the above, please use distilled water
available from a chemist or a 50:50
mixture of tap water and distilled
water. Never use battery water under
any circumstances!
When using for the first time,
please note:
0 Fill the reservoir with water; set the
steam selector (Figure 1/F) to position
“4” (Figure 4/B).
0 Heat the appliance and place it with
the soleplate facing downwards on an
iron rest or plate (Figure 5) to allow the
water to steam through and activate
the steam chamber.
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You will obtain optimal steaming
results and the noise produced by the
steaming will be steadier after the
water reservoir has been filled and
drained three times.
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Ironing with Steam
To steam iron, set the temperature selector (Figure 1/N) to the required
fabric type and wait until the power
indicator (Figure 1/J) goes out - only
then set the steam selector(Figure 1/F)
to position “1”, “2”, „3“ or “4” (Figure
4/B). You will find which temperature
setting (fabric type) matches which
steam setting in the ironing table. As
soon as the steam iron is held horizontally steam begins to form. When the
steam iron is set upright again the
steam supply stops automatically.
0 Hang the article concerned on a hanger and hold the steam iron at
a distance of 10 – 20 cm from the
material.
0 Now press the steam jet button
(Figure 1/H). Wait at least 5 seconds
before pressing the button again.
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Storage
Remove the plug from the socket!
Set the temperature selector
(Figure 1/N) to the “Cold” position
(Figure 2/a) and the steam selector
(Figure 1/F) to position “0” (Figure 4/A).
Empty out remaining water (Figure 7).
Store the appliance standing upright.
To store properly wrap the mains cord
around the cord storage (Figures 1/M
and 8).
Spray Function (Figure 6/A)
The first time you use the appliance,
or if you have not used it for a long
time, you will need to press the spray
function button (Figure 1/G) several
times before water comes out of the
spray nozzle (Figure 1/D). You can also
use the spray function when dry ironing.
Super Steam Jet Function
(Figure 6/B)
The super steam jet function is of
valuable assistance when ironing, for
example, creases, embroidery etc. You
can trigger the additional steam jet
both when steam ironing and when dry
ironing.
0 Set the temperature selector
(Figure 1/N) to the “max.” position and
wait until the correct temperature has
been reached, i.e., until the power indicator (Figure 1/J) goes out.
0 Raise the steam iron a little away from
the material and press the steam jet
button (Figure 1/H).
Always wait another 5 seconds before
pressing the steam jet button again.
Steaming hanging items of
clothing
0 Turn the temperature selector
(Figure 1/N) to the “max.” position
and wait until the power indicator
(Figure 1/J) goes out.
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Warning: Do not attempt to freshen
up clothing whilst it is still being worn.
Risk of burning!
Care and Maintenance
Descaling
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When using tap water for steaming,
limescale is deposited in the steam
chamber; heavy deposits reduce the
quantity of steam produced.
For descaling use lukewarm water and
vinegar essence – mixing ratio 1:1.
Pour the mixture into the appliance
when cold and disconnected from the
mains (Figure 3).
Proprietary brands of descaler are
too aggressive and must not be used!
Unplug from the mains.
Set the steam selector (Figure 1/F) to
position “0” (Figure 4/A).
Fill the water reservoir (Figure 1/O) to
the “MAX” mark.
Set the temperature selector
(Figure 1/N) to “max.”.
Insert the plug into the socket.
Wait until the power indicator
(Figure 1/J) goes out.
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0 Remove the plug from the mains.
0 Place the appliance horizontally on an
iron rest or plate (Figure 5).
0 Set the steam selector (Figure 1/F) to
position “4” (Figure 4/B) and allow all
the mixture to flow through.
0 Afterwards repeat the procedure using
clear water and then heat the steam
iron briefly to allow the steam chambers to dry. Your steam iron is now
ready for use again.
As a precaution we recommend descaling every three months.
• the soleplate is rough or furred?
– The iron temperature was set too
high.
– Select the correct ironing temperature for the fabric (see ironing
table).
Disposal
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Packaging material
The packaging materials are environmentally friendly and can be recycled.
The plastic components are identified
by markings, e.g. >PE<, >PS<, etc.
Please dispose of the packaging materials in the appropriate container at
the community waste disposal facilities.
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Old appliance
What to do, if ...
• no “steam” appears when using on a
steam setting?
– In warm, dry air (during the winter),
reduced amounts of vapour are normal because it is absorbed by the dry
air before condensing.
– Emptying the filled water reservoir
can wash out fluff. Remove the
mains cord and tip the filled
appliance forwards at an angle
(Figure 7) so that the water can run
out of the filling aperture.
• drops of water are coming out of the
steam exit holes?
– Do not set the steam selector to
position “1” or higher until the temperature for steam ironing has been
reached. If the temperature has been
set too low for steam ironing
increase the setting.
• stains appear on the washing while
ironing?
– Clean the steam iron. Rub the soleplate while still warm with a mixture
of water and vinegar or with a nonabrasive cleaning agent.
– When dry ironing fluff can enter the
steam chambers and carbonise. This
can lead to stains as the water passes through. Therefore also clean the
inside of the water reservoir. Fill it
with water and gently shake the
steam iron. Then pour the water out.
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The symbol
on the product or on
its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated as household
waste. Instead it shall be handed over
to the applicable collection point for
the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will
help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and
human health, which could otherwise
be caused by inappropriate waste
handling of this product. For more
detailed information about recycling
of this product, please contact your
local city office, your household waste
disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the product.
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