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My rowenta 1S7850 leaks under water container

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SOURCE: My Rowenta 1s7850 will produce

you have a blockage its not getting the water when you first turn it on its using the water that got by you will have to dig deeper in to it you can ether try disassembling your self or send it out for repair this is common after they sit in the closed position the hose gets hard and wont open

hope this helps you
bob

Posted on May 14, 2011

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