20 Most Recent Reliable i30/120V Professional Steam Iron Head Only, Aluminum Soleplate, 32 Steam Chambers, 7 Foot Cord, Hose for i500, i700 Boilers ITALY Questions & Answers


You have to take part the iron by unscrewing the three bolts on the side handle with a small phillips driver. Then loose the allen screw on one side of the black thermostat wheel to unloosen it. Then take out the two bolt plastic protectors under the handle and unscrew the two allen bolts, carefully separate the top from the botton of the iron, carefully not to pry loose the cables from the top to the hot shoe.
On the back you will see a small white square box, that is the thermostat, which has a button on top, all you need to do is to push it in. This will make the iron heat up unless you have a thermostat failure (Black wheel with temperature indicators), which you will need to order the part and change it.

Reliable... | Answered on May 28, 2015


no you dont notify the manufacturer fixya doesnt sell products

Reliable Irons | Answered on Sep 09, 2019


use De-mineralized water not distilled water
distilled water still has the metal impurities in it
for your problem, take it back under warranty as there is nothing in the water tank that would cause the problem unless it is sealant or rubber seal breaking down

Reliable Irons | Answered on May 10, 2018


Replace the iron.

Reliable Irons | Answered on Jul 24, 2017


probably thermostat or element
junk it and buy a new one

Reliable Irons | Answered on May 31, 2016


I am not familiar with the model but I have dismantled a fair number of steam irons - manufacturers are invariably devious in hiding the screws and generally the more modern the iron the fewer are the screws.
Over the years I have needed to prise off various pieces of trim to reveal screws - commonly there has been one revealed by removing the temperature control knob.

The last one was held together by only two screws accessed after removing the rear terminal cover. The cable had to be removed and the terminal screws - then the rear of the upper shell would lift far enough to clear all obstructions and be pushed forward to release the front and then lifted clear.

Irons | Answered on Sep 12, 2020


you won't unless you install a switch in line of the power cord. in other words put a switch on the cord. You can get them just about any where ACE walmart Home depot.The reason it's doing that is because the heating element is being told to heat up right away. it's not going to hurt anything. it is a good idea to have a switch though

Irons | Answered on Aug 23, 2020


No screw under my button to reel the cord back in...looks like there is black "gunk" inside the cord storage area...any other suggestions

Irons | Answered on May 22, 2020

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