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How do you know how much water to add?we have misplaced the instructions and need to know where to get them-online or the manufacturer?

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  • sandy3333 Aug 14, 2008

    I bought this iron and the instructions were not in the box and now I do not want to use this iron with out reading the instructions first. I have looked all over on the internet and can not find them does some one out there have a copy they can add to this site. It would be greatly apprecitate.



    Thanking you inadvance Steamed

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Hello Margoi,

Unfortunatly I can not help you with instruction, but from user reviews I know that it has exactly 1 liter capacity.
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Konstantin

Posted on Aug 06, 2008

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