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How do I open up the refill hole to put in water on the Profinish 757 iron?

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Check where you bought it or the mfg website for instructions.

Posted on Nov 08, 2014

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How to refill water


I'm not sure of your question. An iron has a small funnel shaped hole. That is where the water goes. Some irons have a sight glass that tells you how much water is in the iron. Use ditilled water in an iron to prevent build-up of mineral deposits which can clog the iron.

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dump what water is still in iron. refill with white vineger turn turn on after a day soaking with iron hot use on old towel. dump remainer out. hint when filling iron with water only put small amount so water isn't laying inside when not in use.

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Steam not working on iron then lots of water pouring out of holes


fill water chamber with vinegar and let it sit for 24 hours.
empty vinegar - fill with distilled water - turn on and press the steam button to clean the holes in the plate of mineral deposits which accumulate from using tap water. after a few shots of steam all should be clear - empty and refill with distilled water and it should be good to go.

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My iron is spitting out rust colored liquid. It is brand new. What can I do to solve this problem?


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Dirty water in my iron


The dirty water coming out of your iron steam holes is caused by the accumulation of 'dirty' tap water: if you look inside an eletric kettle, you will see the same 'dirty' muddy brown mineral residue on the inside. In addition, if your iron is old, it can also be rust. It is a pretty common problem that can be minimized by using distilled water. You can get commercial steam iron cleaning fluid to clean the inside of your steam iron or you an simply use vinegar: 1) with a cold iron, fill the reservoir with straight vinegar 2) Place your iron on top of a metal kitchen rack above your kitchen sink, turn iron on and let it steam out all the vinegar: it should spit out the whitish mineral and muddy brown deposity. 3) Refill iron reservoir with clean water and repeat as of step 2. 4) Refill iron reservoir with clean water, wipe any dirty from the sole plate and this time on full steam, iron on clean layers of Kitchen paper to ensure that all dirt has been removed from the inside of the iron reservoir, if not, repeat from step 1 again.
In the future, try to use distilled or at least filtered water.
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How to open to get water inside


No need to open iron! You just unplug the iron. Hold the iron upright. Using a clean cup, pour water into the "open" WATER FILL HOLES just above or in front of the Temp. Select Dial. Watch the water window on the left. When water level reaches MAX, you are filled. Plug in and use. Refill as needed. Ref. - Page 8 in the instruction pamphlet.

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How to clean the plate of a black and decker iron that has build up?


you can take the solution for descaling coffee machines and set the iron in a layer of less the 1/4 inch deep.
you can clean out the holes with a needle. than run the selfcleaning cycle.
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Treatment of new iron


Before first use, remove any labels or stickers, on the body or soleplate of the iron. On first use only, iron over an old cotton cloth using steps 1 thru 5 below on setting 5 or above (and the SURGE button for models with that function) to remove any protective surface treatments. 1. Using a clean cup, pour water into one of the two openings in the Water Fill Hole until the level reaches the MAX mark on the Water Window (A). Refill as needed. 2. Ordinary tap water can be used for ironing. Do not use water processed through a home softening system. In extremely hard water areas, consider using distilled or demineralized water, however, use tap water the first time you use the iron and once a month thereafter to maintain steam performance.

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