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I fill the SE3306C steamer 50 ml, close the safety cap put it on and the light becomes green but no steam will come out ! Is it because I don't close the safety cap right ??

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SOURCE: Steamer filler cap is sealed

You need a little more leverage--either a strap type tool or a pair of adjustable width pliers that span the width of the cap. Try running hot water over the cap first which may loosen it enough to remove by hand.

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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SOURCE: safety cap on the Euro-Pro dexuxe steam cleaner style SC507H

if it is anything like mine...you push the cap down, give it a full turn & release. keep doing this (maybe 5 or more times, and eventually it will start unscrewing easily without needing to push down

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SOURCE: i have an enviro steamer

Hi janettrobe836,

I believe your element has gone. You may need to replace it.

Give me the Model and PNC number of your Vacuum and I will provide you with a part number which you can order it on, or even a service manual for likely things you can check.

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JEDEMEYER

Posted on Jul 06, 2011

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