Question about Euro-Pro Shark SC-505 Handheld Steam Vacuum
As the unit is warming up, steam starts coming out of the nozzle and won't stop. The light doesn't get to green and the trigger doesn't seem to do anything other than maybe give it a little bigger burst of steam. Any idea how to fix the trigger problem
You might need to de-scale the unit to free the stuck valve.
Keep the unit unplugged.
Fill the unit with a vingar and water (filtered or distilled is best).
Screw the cap back on and place the unit in a sink upside down to allow the vingar and water to reach the valve.
After a few minutes press down the trigger several time to work the solution into the valve.
Hope this helps.
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