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Is a Rowenta DW 5080 240 volt available for Australia
all electrical equipment imported into Australia have to conform to Australian electrical regulations and that includes insulation properties ,voltage
Basically if it is not on the market then it is not 240 volts so if you are considering buying overseas then it is not advisable as it will be the wrong voltage and will fall short in meeting the strict regulations for electrical equipment
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White stuff coming out of my iron
Spring water has minerals in it.If you want to be sure the water is pure,distilled water is best.(My city water is full of minerals,which means a cleaning with CLR is necessary quite often for my coffee pot and shower head).Distilled water was recommended for topping off car batteries back in the day before they were maintainence free.
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Cannot clean crumbs from bottom
I was trying to help you out here. Maybe this will help some? I was going backto some customers that asked questions in the recent past and even fartherback. It appeared that no one answeredsome of them, So, I thought I would take some of my personal time to see if Ican help. Even though this Informational site may not have your exact model orbrand, this site will help you a lot. Here is a site link about everything you want to know about toasters andpossibly yours, from repair to trouble shooting it. http://home.howstuffworks.com/how-to-repair-small-appliances1.htm
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Help with toaster. anyone there?
Well, I'm not a toaster pro, but I do make my fair share of toast.... I have an idea for you, I researched your product and couldn't find any specific help but try this:
Unplug your toaster, firmly hold the mechanism in the down position as far down as it will go, then turn the unit upside down, give it a good shake and flip the lever a bit. Reinvert, plug it in and see if you've got any improvement. (I think I learned this trick from the Andy Griffith show... you know old Emmett and the fix it shop) let me know if it worked! Sorry I can't be more help.
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What is the model? If it a electronic type with auto cut off then these could be the electronic device is faulty.
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