Question about Euro-Pro Irons
Pat, it probably has a calcium scale buildup from lack of use. Try filling the reservoir with a 50/50 solution of White Vinegar and Water and let it set over night (at east 24 hours). Then turn the iron on to the steam setting and see what happens. If it doesn't produce steam, turn the iron OFF, let it cool and soak for an additional 8 hours. After that, turn it ON, set the steam setting and hopefully it will have unclogged. If hasn't after 32 hours, I don't think it will. Also, you can try cleaning the steam jets on the iron's surface, with a firm tooth brush and the vinegar/water solution.
Hope this helps. Please let me know.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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