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Steamer keeps shutting off.

My steamer works for about 2 minutes and then shuts off. I tried different water levels-makes no difference. Tried without removable ring-no difference. Tried different time settings- no difference. Please help!

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  • mariaoui Nov 01, 2007

    I have the exact same problem and I tried all what's been tried by this user with no success. Any suggestion?

  • firemanbob Mar 23, 2008

    Same problem. Tried different water levels, more/less time. Still no luck!

  • Anonymous May 22, 2009

    It seems to run for a max. of 40 minutes and then shuts off. I then cannot get it to run after that for more than 2 minutes either. I've ruined dinner already cause it won't start again. I'll try the cold water thing .

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I have the same issue, but if I use cold water (15 C, 60 F), the steamer works. Hope this help.

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  • Lawrence Fenton Oct 01, 2012

    I have this steamer and found that if you clean the heating post in the center some times it gets covered with scale. Remove this scale with a knife and the unit doesen't over heat and keeps working fine. Works for me .......

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Try decalcifying it. It could be affecting the temperature gauge. Pour some white vinegar into the water reservoir and let it soak for a bit (10 mins) then rinse it out and try it.

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