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if the iron use electronic control, will be a little difficult to adapt or reset .However i recommend follow this steps and fix it. God bless you Clean an iron:
Unplug the iron and make sure it is cool before cleaning.
Use a toothpick or pipe cleaner to remove buildup in the steam vents, making sure the debris doesn't fall into the vents.
Use a fine sewing needle to carefully clean the spray nozzle of mineral deposits.
To flush sediment from a steam iron, pour 1/2 cup water and 1/2 cup
vinegar into the water tank. Place the iron on a rack over a broiling
pan and set the iron to steam until the tank runs dry. Repeat if
necessary. Or follow the instructions for using a commercial iron
Service the steam and spray mechanism:
Unplug the iron.
Use a fine sewing needle to unclog the steam valve assembly. Also,
check the valve spring and replace it if it is broken or has lost
If the spray pump is accessible, remove it and check for leaks by
placing the spray tube in water and squirting the pump. Clean or replace
Clean a metal soleplate:
Unplug the iron.
Use a sponge and commercial soleplate cleaner or baking soda and
water to remove dirt buildup on the soleplate. Rinse well with water and
dry. Don't use harsh abrasives or immerse an electric iron in water.
Use very fine steel wool (0000) or an emery cloth to remove scratches and burns on the soleplate, then clean the soleplate.
To prevent lime build-up, use distilled water instead of tap water. I buy bottles of distilled water for use in my irons and steamers and have never gotten calcium or lime build-ups.
You can buy a product by the name of CLR (stands for Calcium, Lime & Rust) which can be found at stores such as Target, Walgreens, CVS, Walmart, etc.) to wipe the build-up from your iron. You can also run this solution through your iron to clean the build-up from the inside.