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Confirm Cancel. Leave the iron to cool down before putting it away and follow these 4 tips: Empty out the water remaining in the tank, set the thermostat to minimum, switch off the steam control and stand it upright or put it back in its base depending on the model.
Choose a board that is height-adjustable to adjust it to your height. It should be steady and robust so that you can place the ironing appliance on it.
The board should be perforated to allow the steam to pass through the fibres of the fabric to soften it and make ironing easier. The ironing board cover should also be suitable to allow the flow of steam through. It is essential to select the right ironing temperature. Your iron has a built-in thermostat controlling the temperature very precisely over the entire surface of the soleplate.
The thermostat dial contains international markers with dots corresponding to three ironing temperatures. Wait few seconds between each use. This function allows you to iron fabrics in situ or on a hanger. To do this, set the iron temperature button to the maximum position. As the steam produced is very hot, it softens the fibres and removes creases. Note: Never use the vertical steam function on an item being worn by anyone. Yes and you do not need to fill the tank with water.
At the end of your ironing session, we would suggest that once your iron has cooled down, you should wipe over the soleplate and around the steam holes to remove any burned fibers that may have started collecting around the steam holes. If it has not been used for a long time for example several weeks , use it over the sink for a few minutes to remove any residue that could stain your laundry.
Shiny marks can appear on some fabrics, especially on dark coloured fabrics. We would advise ironing dark clothes inside out and using the correct temperature. If ironing mixed-fibre fabrics, set the temperature for the most fragile fibre. Important: The iron takes longer to cool down than to heat up. We recommend that you start with fabrics to be ironed at a low temperature.
If your iron has an anti-calc system, you should clean the anti-calc valve once a month. Be careful! Do not hold the valve at the edges.
For easier, non-corrosive cleaning of your iron's soleplate, use a damp sponge on the soleplate while it is still warm. If cleaning dirt off is an issue, use the stick which is made specifically for cleaning the Durillium soleplates.
Warning: The use of iron cleaner will cause damage to your soleplate's autoclean coating. Firstly, fill the iron tank to MAX with water. Set the thermostat control to Max and the steam control on DRY and switch on. Place the iron on its heel and leave to heat up for around 5 minutes.
Unplug the iron then hold your iron horizontally above the sink. Steam, water and scale deposits will leave the steam chamber through the steam holes and the iron will be clean. At the end of the operation, push the anti-calc valve back into position. When your iron is cold, you will also be able to use your vacuum to gently suction limescale and dirt that may have clogged the holes in the soleplate.
Four good tips: After use, empty the tank, close the steam control, set the thermostat to minimum and stand the iron upright or place it on the base depending on model.
Cleaning: Use a damp soft cloth to wipe your iron and never use cleaners or solvents. If your iron has an auto-clean function, refer to the instruction manual before using it. You must take precautions so that using your iron is risk-free.
This is not only to avoid overheating of the iron or the surface on which it is placed but also to ensure that no-one gets burned. If safety is one of your main concerns, choose an iron that has an automatic cut-off function. Never leave a hot iron within reach of children or pets who risk knocking it over and injuring themselves. If you have the slightest doubt concerning the condition of your iron, contact the Service Centre. Regularly check the water level to ensure that there is always enough.
Never use any descaling agent or vinegar when rinsing the boiler: they could damage it. It is not designed for the water to be removed completely. It is okay to use or store the iron even with a small amount of water remaining.
When storing, please remove as much water as possible and store in an upright position. Gently shake your iron to reactivate it, the lights should start to flash and then the iron should start to heat up. Some irons depending on model can produce steam when set on the One dot setting. However, the majority of our irons will only produce steam when set on the 2 dot or 3 dot setting.
When you look on your iron's thermostat dial you will notice that the 2 dot and 3 dot settings have a shaded background, this indicates that the iron will produce steam when the dial is set inside this shaded area.
Not all of the steam holes release steam, the smaller holes on the soleplate that look like they might be steam holes are actually designed to assist soleplate glide ability. There is not enough water in the tank. Fill it up with the quantity indicated in the instructions for use and push spray button several times to fill the system complete. All irons contain a thermostat light.
It is normal for the thermostat to turn on and off. It indicates the thermostat is working and your soleplate is being maintained at the desired temperature. If the auto-off light blinks, you must disengage the auto-off function. This is done by gently shaking the iron which will allow the iron to reheat.
When heating your iron for the first time, you may notice a small amount of odour and smoke, this is simply the engineering residues from the manufacturing process burning off. These are harmless and will quickly disappear. It is normal. Your iron generates a lot of steam; this steam is condensing on the board. Some waterdrops could appeared underneath the ironing board and fall on the flooring. Your iron has been stored horizontally, without draining the water tank and with the selector placed on steam position.
When you store your iron horizontally, check that the tank is empty and the selector on "DRY" position. This function eliminates wasted steam while you are handling the clothes. The "supersteam" or "turbo" function should not be used intensively — wait a few seconds between pressing the button. Or, you have over-filled your iron — do not go beyond the "MAX" level on the tank.
Some laundry starches and synthetic fibres may stick to the surface of the iron. Please clean the Iron's surface. This is probably crystallized calcium chlorohypochlorite. Carry out the self-cleaning instructions in the instruction manual two or three times. If that hasn't resolved the problem, it may be that your iron needs repair.
Please contact the service centre. The internal parts may make metallic noises with the change in temperature. There is nothing wrong with it. After following the instructions in the user manual for starting the appliance, make sure that your electrical socket is working by plugging another appliance. If it still does not work, do not try to dismantle or repair the appliance yourself and take it to an approved repair centre.
The electronic system cuts off the power supply and the auto-stop light flashes if the iron is not moved for more than 8 minutes on its rest or base or is left flat for more than 30 seconds. To turn the iron back on, shake it gently until the light goes out. This may be due to the use of chemical descaling agents or additives in the water for ironing.
Never use this type of product in the water tank see our recommendations regarding water to be used. Some residues could also been present in the steam chamber or on the soleplate; use the self cleaning function Depending model.
All linen, especially new garments, must be washed and rinsed thoroughly to remove any soap and chemical deposits before you iron them. If these are not removed by washing they may appear later out of the soleplate in the form of small brown or white spots or streaks on your linen.
Use the right temperatures on the thermostat for the right fabrics. A reason for sticking may be the use of starch. If you want to use starch, simply spray it on the reverse side of the garment, so that there is no contact between the soleplate and the starch. Clean the soleplate from rubber prints of fabric.
Which always must be ironed on reverse side of the rubber prints. The anti-calc collector is a scale collector which automatically collects the scale which forms inside your iron. The amount of scale collected depends on the hardness of your water. This system prevents the soleplate from clogging. Its active coating eliminates fibres and impurities that often become stuck to the plate and end up reducing its glide.
Your appliance contains valuable materials which can be recovered or recycled. Leave it at a local civic waste collection point. If you believe that one part is missing, please call Consumer Services Center and we will help you find a suitable solution.
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