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Hello. if you can not control the temp. of your iron with the dial you should toss it and get another one as the repair will cost more than a new iron.

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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Water coming out of steam holes


Either: the iron is not hot enough to heat the water to steam temperature or the internal water-flow valve is leaking so that too much water is getting through. Check the iron is getting hot enough first. If it is then run some de-scaler (as used in kettles) through the iron to try to clean all the passageways. Always ensure that you fully re-flush the iron after de-scaling or you'll damage your clothes with any acidic residue left in the iron.

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Unless you are not going to use the iron for a long time, especially if you use distilled water to fill your steam iron, I would really not bother.
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you just open it and look for whats wrong in your iron.... or the handle in it is not compatable in the iron soo put some leather on the handle...

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The thermal cutoff device blew and must be replaced. It acts like a fuse when the iron gets too hot. Thay are very cheap and it would be well worth replacing. Hope this was helpful.
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