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Once you have descaled the boiler and refilled your frontpiece of the iron itself (hopefully with distilled water - any supermarket) you press the "reset"/ "restart" button on the back end of the steam generating unit. When the water is hot enough press steam button & turbo button a few times - WARNING: make sure iron is facing downwards and cover ironing board with old rag because initially brown steam splatter will come out on first few steam releases.
ensure that your iron temprature is high enough to generate steam. if ironing delicate cloth ensure your steam option is switched off. if your iron has a filler cap or water container ensure they are fitted securely. water dripping usually when the iron is too cold to turn it to steam or you have a leak somwhere.
I am by no means an expert. I have an electronic background. I have been looking at my mother in laws iron and noticed a few things about it. Check the foot pedal switch. it is easy to acess. Lay machine on its back and remove the two screws and the cover. If you have a continuity test just make sure the switch changes states when you push it. Hope this helps
How to fill your Sunbeam Steam Valet
Here is how you fill your Steam Valet. Press the small button on the back of the handle and pull bottom of handle apart from the top half of steam valet. Then take off the white cap on the inside of the handle and fill with water to top. Place cap back onto the opening and slide handle back and click in place. Plug in and you're ready to steam within a few minutes. If it spits out water let heat up a little longer if that doesn't stop it then tie a thin cloth over the top part where steam comes out to keep the water from spitting out onto your fabric. Hope these instructions are clear enough. More questions about this iron go to www.manualslib.com.
Here I'm going to tell you the basics of cleaning your Rowenta iron :
Things You'll Need:1:Rowenta Soleplate Cleaning Kit 2: Ironing board 3:Clean, dry cloth 4:Two cotton terry cloths, such as washcloths
Now to the cleaning :
1:Pour out any water from the iron. Turn the steam iron on to the "Cotton"
setting, which is the one with three dots on the settings dial.
2:Cover an area of the ironing board with a clean, dry cloth. Fold one
washcloth or other piece of cotton terry cloth in half and place it onto
the cloth on the ironing board.
3:Dispense a 2-inch long daub of cleaning solution onto the terry cloth.
Run the heated iron over the cloth directly on the cleaning solution.
Move the steam iron in a circular motion over the cleaner on the cloth
for a minute or two.
4:Remove the steam iron from the cloth. Carefully wipe any remaining
cleaning solution from the soleplate using the second terry cloth.
5:Add water to the steam iron. Turn on the "Steam" or "Burst of Steam"
feature. Run the iron over the clean, dry cloth on the ironing board to
ensure the cleaning product is entirely gone from the soleplate.
The plastic slider is broken that moves the press onto the roller.
when you slap against the underside ,where the motor is of the press,and you hear some plastic parts rumbling around ,than that's probeby the broken parts with the plastic ring that fell of the wheel.
This plastic sliding part is atached to the press and needs to be replaced.
Can't help you with the part's ,need the part's to for my miele b890.