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I have large amounts of water coming out of the iron soaking all the clothes. very light steam. How do I stop this?

I have had this iron since April 2014. I have always de-cal the iron. I have tried this again this hasn't helped. I have also tried holding the iron up away from the clothes and pressing the steam button as per the manual. Nothing has helped.

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Try filling it only three quarters full.

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