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Cannot stop steam from coming out of the steamer

Having filled the steamer the steam keeps leaking without anything connected to it. If I fit the hose with the iron on it still leeks trough the iron without pressing the trigger

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Your polti is blocked up with limescale, you can try and decscale it but mine didn't work after that so I dismantled it, cleaned the valves out and now she's running at full steam ahead.

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