Question about Conair Irons
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
1. Place the unit on a stable surface.
2. While holding the water tank with one
hand, move the release lever toward the
3. With the reservoir released, pull up on
the reservoir to remove it from the body of
4. Turn the reservoir over, revealing the rubber
5. Open the inlet cover and fill the tank
with everyday tap water (filtered water may
reduce hard water problems).
6. Close the inlet cover and return the
reservoir to its place, making sure that the
reservoir is secure.
Hope this helps! Hal
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Are you setting the body of the steamer on a table? If part of the hose sits lower than the steamer body steam will condense in the hose and collect in the low spot. Steam pressure will push the water out through the nozzle. If your steamer starts to sputter lift the hose so that it is completely above the level of the water reservoir and let the water drain down. Its a good idea to keep the steamer body on the floor so the hose can never get lower than it.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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