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Steaming function stop working

I have bought a Phillips Azur Precise 4340 Iron 2 year ago. It was working fine untill now.Its steaming function has stopped.
I have done the normal checks and cleaning of holes.
I am a handyman and can repair .A service manual or instructions how to open will help.

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Its just connected with a screws on the front flap that has to be opened to seperate it into two parts,and inside there is small black coil thats is connected to the wires that wires must be short so has to be replaced with another wires. do it carefully .take care.

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