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We have found an old iron in a new condition but don't know how to fill it with water


download the owner from www.fitness.manualsonline.com or
www. manualsonline.com

see the video+diagrams attached and follow it.
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Feb 06, 2013 | Irons

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My shark navigator is getting hot


Yes, tear it down as far as you can and make sure there are no obstructions- take it apart as shown in the manual and run warm water through all the hoses to clear them.

They're like an artery and the more they get clogged the more heat the motor will have to generate to make suction.

Also check the beater bar and make sure there's no strings, etc. hung up under there- use a box cutter to carefully cut any tough strings and see how you do.

Chances are, that's all you need.

-Jim from Shark Navigator reviews

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Hi, i have a Bosch TDS2551GB steam generator iron. It needs descaling but I don't know how and there does not appear to be a descaling button. How do I proceed ?


Hi, Descaling is simply a process where the limestone that is deposited in any water cooking device is removed.
Have a look inside your electric kettle to see how much of a problem ypou have in your area.
If you have a serious problem & your kettle element is totally covered up with a whitish coating, I suggest you buy a can of commercial descaling agent.
If not, or iof you prefer home remedies, get a bottle of white vinegar.
Empty your kettle & pour a bit of vinegar onto the limestone. If it boils & foams, it is being dissolved. Replace the vinegar everytime it stops or slows down. Look at the results. You can speed it up by heating the kettle. Do not boil the kettle with vinegar. (Weak acid) Rather dilute it 50-50 I then boil. Or, just boi;l some water & throw it out. Then put the acid on. once you figuted out what process is suitable for getting rid of your areas's limestne, then applie your knowledge to your Bosh.
Just let the acid stand inside it overnight, or get more drastic if neccessary.

Sep 04, 2011 | Bosch Irons

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How can i fix an electric cord that has broken inside the iron ?


I called a local fix-it company and was told to forget getting it fixed and so I threw it the iron away.

Nov 30, 2009 | Rowenta Irons

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Lights come on but iron dont heat up.


Refer to the owners manual...but if you're like everyone else, you threw the box and owners guide in the trash.

Contact Rowenta Customer Support at Monday – Friday 8am – 8pm EST 1-888-777-6017.

HTH,
Mike...

Nov 20, 2009 | Rowenta Irons

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My husband threw away the opereating instructions for our iron.


SELF CLEANINGIt is important to “Self Clean” the iron at least every two weeksto remove scale, calcium, etc. The harder the water, the more often the iron should be self cleaned.1. Set the variable steam control dial to any steam position.2. Fill the water tank up to the “MAX” level.3. Stand the iron on its heel. Plug the iron into the electrical outlet.4.Press the electronic temperature control button until you get the “MAX” temperature setting on the display panel and wait until the iron heats up and temperature setting light stops flashing.5. Turn the variable steam control dial all the way to the right to the self-cleaning position and hold the iron horizontally over the sink (Fig. 8).6. Boiling water and steam will now be ejected from the holes in the soleplate. The impurities and scale are washed away with it. 7. Move the iron back and forth as this happens.8. If there is any water left in the water tank after the iron stops steaming, just empty the remaining water in a sink following the instructions for emptying the iron. 9.Turn the variable steam control dial to the “0” position when the water tank is empty.10.Place the iron back upright on its heel to cool down before storing.

Nov 23, 2008 | Euro-Pro Shark GI490 Iron

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I bought this Shark iron last July and I even saved the receipt!!But I threw the box away. The water is leaking out of the bottom. I bought the expensive Rowenta before that, and that one leaked all over my ironing. And I cleaned these irons faithfully every month. I need a toll free number for Shark

Nov 13, 2007 | Euro-Pro Shark GI490 Iron

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