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Missing water bottle for Yamata pss-2001 steamer.

Can you tell me where to find parts for this steamer? Thanks!

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SOURCE: Water bottle for pro steam iron PSS 2001

Here is the information of Yamata who do this product. If you contact them, they might be able to tell you where to get one, if not try ebay?

Add: 3450 NW 114 Avenue , Miami ,Fl 33178 , USA. Tel: (305)418-4421.
Toll Free: 1-888-2 YAMATA
(292-6282).
fax: (305)418-5036. E-mail: info@yamata.com

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