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Rowenta DM-880 steam button sticks. Spray button works fine. Any ideas? Thanks.

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It is possible that there is dirt that has accumulated into the stem of the steam button and is sticking the button. It is better to remove the lid and make a good cleaning to free the movement. use good spray of jet air, use WD40 to remove dirt and free
This will work for sure.

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