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Burst of Steam

The burst of steam button isn't functioning. I have followed the instructions exactly in making sure that the iron is set at a high temp setting. Thank you for any solutions offered.

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  • pcwru hotmail May 23, 2007

    The regular steam while ironing works perfectly. But, the button for an extra burst of steam for tough wrinkles/vertical steaming doesn't do anything.

  • paparichy Apr 03, 2008

    My Conair DPP4000 Iron shuts off automaticaly when I am ironing. Is there any way I can shut off this feature or contoll the ato shut off while using my iron

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If no steam at all, there is most likely a small port where some particles have clogged...fill it with vinegar and water (50/50) and allow to soak 24 hrs, then reheat then shake vigorously to drain then rinse then retry

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