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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No steam release
I solved the problem, the metal (hot!) release rod gets stuck & needs a little push.
Unfasten the top by prying off the rubber gasket after removing the top. Remove the 2 small phillips screws, then remove the front that holds the nozzle, & remove those 2 phillips screws.
Carefully pry up the top with a putty knife, inside you will see the tip of a metal piston that the plastic release knob is supposed to contact. Set it on its front, & soak the piston with a light household or sewing oil, giving it a few taps with a blunt object occassionaly to loosen, heat up & test before reassembling, but remember, the piston is very hot. When you push on the piston with a screwdriver, it should release the steam, but also stop when you let go. Work with it a little & it will come back to life.
Posted on Nov 08, 2007
SOURCE: prolectrix 3 tier steam
Hi i have a prolectrix pro steam iron that does not steam it gets very hot and when you press the steam button it makes a sort of pumping sound but no steam
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
Your heater in the cleaner is either plugged or has quit working, make sure you are getting a good ground for the cleaner. you may want to check the ground pin on the cord and make sure it is not loose or broken.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
I had a similar problem; disassembed switch and clamped electrical bayonets tighter with a pair of pliers; works good now.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
Hi rvo... the nozzle activator (pin that depresses the clean water nozzel) is probably clogged with "gunk". It is easy to remove with a pair of tweezers or needle nose pliers.. rise it under water and reseat in the unit. If this maintenance does not solve the problem I recommend that you take it into your local vacuum repair shop as you may have an internal problem causing this annoying leak. Joe
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Posted on Dec 14, 2010
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