Question about Eureka Enviro Steamer 310 Stick Vacuum
After a long period of non-use, my steamer nozzle is clogged. I soaked in vinegar and water, then heated up. Still cannot unclog nozzle. A small bit of steam came out. I will soak overnight, but not sure how to safely and effectively clear nozzle. Is there a deposit removal product i can run through it?
Remove the 2 screws on the bottom of the steamer, that holds the center panel on. (Not the screws that hold the whole bottom.) Use a needle the clear the steam holes. Soak the panel in white vinegar for a couple of hours and scrub with aa brush to remove the lime calcium deposits. Check the center hole that goes into the steam and make sure it is clear. Reattach the panel. If the panel does not fit snuggly (either end does not contact the base panel, add two more screws about an inch in from either side. I used stainless steal screws because of the consist moisture. Used screws that are no more than 3/4 on an inch long and about the same diameter as the two you removed.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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