Our ergonomic, powerful & practical steam iron
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When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed. Check that the voltage indicated on the rating plate corresponds with that of the local network before connecting the appliance to the mains power supply.
Children aged from 8 years and people with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge can use this appliance, only if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
Unless they are older than 8 and supervised, children should not perform cleaning or user maintenance.
This appliance contains no user-serviceable parts. If the power supply cord, plug or any part o( the appliance is maI(functioning or if it has been dropped or damaged, do not use. Only a qualified electrician should carry out repairs. Improper repairs may place the user at risk o( harm.
Keep the appliance out of the reach of children when it is switched on or cooling down. Do not leave the appliance unattended whilst connected to the mains power supply.
Do not remove the appliance from the mains power supply by pulling the cord; switch it off and remove the plug by hand. Do not use the appliance for anything other than its intended use. Do not touch any sections of the appliance that may become hot during use, as this could cause injury.
Do not direct steam at people or animals or towards equipment containing electrical components, such as the interior of ovens. Always unplug the appliance after use and allow it to cool (fully before any cleaning or maintenance or storing away.
This appliance must only be used and rested on Use o( an extension cord with the appliance is not This appliance should not be operated by means timer or separate remote control system. This appliance is intended (or domestic use only. used for commercial purposes.
Caution: The appliance emits very hot steam; always exercise extreme caution during use.
Hot surface – do not touch the hot section or heating components of the appliance.
Warning: Danger of scalding. Keep the appliance away from flammable materials.
Care and Maintenance
Care and Maintenance Before attempting any cleaning or maintenance, always unplug the iron from the mains power supply and allow it to cool sufficiently.
STEP 1: Drain the remaining water from the water tank to prevent it from leaking during cleaning.
STEP 2: Wipe the ceramic soleplate with a soft, damp cloth and dry thoroughly.
STEP 3: If polyester has burnt onto the ceramic soleplate, wipe it with a soft cloth dipped in methylated spirits. Clean off the methylated spirits with a soft, damp cloth and dry thoroughly.
STEP 4: To remove any build-up around the steam holes, use a cotton wool tip dampened with methylated spirits. Wipe off the methylated spirits with a soft, damp cloth and dry thoroughly.
Description of Parts
|1. 31 00 Watt Steam Iron
2. Temperature co ntroI d ial
3.Temperature indicator lig ht
4.Steam control dial
5. Steam burst button
6.Water spray button Self-clean button
|9. Water tank
10. Water tank cap
11.Max. bill mark
13.Ceramic sole ate
16. Measuring ug
Instructions for Use
Before First Use
Before connecting to the mains power supply, wipe the exterior surface of the iron with a soft, damp cloth and dry thoroughly. To remove any impurities that may have occurred during the manufacturing process, test the iron on an old piece of cloth, malting sure that it is on the highest temperature setting suitable for the material.
STEP 1: Plugin and switch on the iron at the mains power supply, place the iron onto the cloth and then press the steam burst button.
STEP 2: Repeat this 2-3 times, waiting approx 5 seconds i-n between; this will remove any impurities from the ceramic soleplate. Do not immerse the iron in water or any other liquid.
Note: When using the iron for the first time, a slight odor and a small amount of smoke may be emitted. This is normal and will soon subside. Allow for sufficient ventilation around the iron when it is in use.
Filling the Water Tank
STEP 1: Switch off and unplug the iron from the mains power supply.
STEP 2: Check that the steam control dial is set to the off position.
STEP 3: Set down the iron onto the heel rest and open the water tan t< cap.
STEP 4: Fill the measuring ug with water. Careful! y, pour the contents of the measuring jug into the water tank. Do not fill the water past the max. fill mark
STEP 5: Close the water tank cap.
Caution: Do not fill the water tank past the max. Vill mark; it is best to check the water level when the iron is on the heel rest. Warning: Never add descaling, aromatic, alcoholic, or detergent products to the water Id nl<, aS this could cause damage to the iron or injury to the user.
Using the 3100 Watt Steam Iron
Ironing with Steam
The steam settings are ideal for removing creases from fabrics such as cotton and linen with ease.
STEP 1: Fill the water tank following the instructions in the section entitled ‘Filling the Water Tank’.
STEP 2: Plugin and switch on the iron at the mains power supply.
STEP 3: Rotate the temperature control dial until the desired heat setting is reached. The temperature indicator light will illuminate to signal that the iron is heating up; this will switch off once the iron is ready to use.
STEP 4: Select the desired steam setting by rotating the steam control dial. The steam setting can be switched off at any time by rotating the steam control dial to the off position.
STEP 5: After use, rotate the temperature control dial to the ‘Min.’ position and then switch off and unplug the iron from the mains power supply. Allow cooling thoroughly.
Note: The iron will only produce steam when the temperature control dial is set to the 3-dot heat setting. Allow the iron to reach the desired heat setting before use; not doing so may cause water to drip from the soleplate. The temperature indicator light will cycle on and off during normal use as the iron maintains the selected temperature Warning: Never leave the ceramic soleplate resting on the fabric for any longer than 15 seconds.
Ironing without Steam
For removing creases from more sensitive fabrics, iron without steam.
STEP 1: Rotate the steam control dial to the ‘Off’ position.
STEP 2: Plugin and switch on the iron at the mains power supply.
STEP 3: Rotate the temperature control dial until the desired heat setting is selected. The temperature indicator light will illuminate to signal that the iron is heating up; this will switch off once the iron is ready to use.
STEP 4: Test the iron on a small area of the fabric to check that the selected temperature is suitable; adjust if necessary.
STEP 5: After use, rotate the temperature control dial to the ‘Min.’ position. Switch off and unplug the iron from the mains power supply and allow to cool thoroughly.
Steam Burst Function
For creases that are stubborn and difficult to remove, use the steam control dial to select the desired steam setting; if necessary, press the steam burst button for extra steam. Wait approx. 5 seconds in-between each burst to prevent any water from leaking out from the steam holes.
Note: The iron will only produce steam when the temperature control dial is set to the 3-dot heat setting.
Vertical Steam Ironing
The steam burst button can also be used to vertically steam curtains and other hanging garments.
STEP 1: Hang up the item to be vertically steamed.
STEP 2: Rotate the steam control dial to the ‘Off’ position.
STEP 3: Fill the water tank following the instructions in the section entitled ‘Filling the Water Tank’.
STEP 4: Plugin and switch on the iron at the mains power supply.
STEP 5: Rotate the temperature control dial until the 3-dot heat setting is selected; the higher the temperature, the more powerful the steam.
STEP 6: Hold the iron approx. 15 cm away from the item and press the steam burst button to remove any creases, waiting approx. 5 seconds in-between each burst.
Water Spray Function
The water spray function can be used to help to remove stubborn creases on heavier fabrics. It can also be used when dry ironing delicate fabrics that cannot be steam-ironed. To use the water spray function, hold the iron over the area to be ironed and then press the water spray button.
Note: The water spray function will not work if the water tank is empty. When using the water spray function for the first time, it may be necessary to press the water spray button several times.
The iron has a built-in anti-calc filter located in the water tank to prevent calcium and limescale build-up. Calcium build-up, which is prominent in areas with hard water, can hinder performance and lower the lifespan of the iron. This is an automatic feature that is permanently activated.
Note: The filter is built-in and does not need replacing.
The self-clean function removes limescale and impurities from within the ceramic soleplate. It is recommended to use this function on a fortnightly basis or more often if the iron is used in a hard water area.
STEP 1: Switch off and unplug the iron from the mains power supply.
STEP 2: Rotate the steam control dial to the off position.
STEP 3: Set down the iron onto the heel rest.
STEP 4: Fill the water tank following the instructions in the section entitled ‘Filling the Water Tank’.
STEP 5: Plugin and switch on the iron at the mains power supply.
STEP 6: Set the temperature control dial to the highest heat setting and allow the iron to heat up until the temperature indicator light switches off.
STEP 7: Switch off and unplug the iron from the mains power supply.
STEP 8: Carefully hold the iron over a sink, making sure that the power supply cord and plug are kept away from the ceramic soleplate and remain dry.
STEP 9: Press and hold the self-clean button. Hot water and steam will expel from the steam holes along with any impurities.
STEP 10: After approx. 1 minute or when the water tank is completely empty, release the self-clean button.
STEP 11: Set down the iron onto the heel rest and allow to cool thoroughly.
STEP 12: When the iron has sufficiently cooled, wipe it with a soft, damp cloth.
STEP 13: Plugin and switch on the iron at the mains power supply.
STEP 14: Set the temperature control dial to the highest heat setting.
STEP 15: Once the temperature indicator light has switched off, use the iron on an old piece of fabric to remove any excess water and impurity build-up from in the steam holes.
Note: Water may be ejected from the steam holes whilst the iron is heating up.
Caution: Never press the self-clean button when using the iron; only press it when the iron is switched off and unplugged from the mains power supply and is safely held over a sink. When the iron is self-cleaning lots of hot steam will be released from the steam holes of the iron.
Hints and Tips
Always start ironing on a low heat setting and work up to a higher one, if necessary; it takes less time for the iron to heat up than it does to cool down. The temperature of the iron is the hottest when it has initially heated up and will therefore need time to stabilize. Once the iron has heated up, allow the temperature indicator light to cycle off and on again before using the iron.
Warning: To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or injury, switch off and unplug the iron from the mains power supply before troubleshooting.
|Problem||Possible Cause||Possible Solution|
|Reduced constant steam or no constant steam.||The steam holes are blocked.
The steam control dial is set to the off position.
|Clear the steam holes of any blockages following the instructions in ‘Care and Maintenance’.
Select a steam setting using the steam control dial.
|The fabric shows signs of melting.||The temperature selected is too high.||Reduce the
temperature using the temperature control dial.
|The iron will not turn on.||The iron is not connected to the mains power supply.||Plugin and switch on the iron at the mains power supply.|
|Water does not spray out of the spray nozzle.||There is no water in the water tank.
The iron is being used for the first time.
|Fill the water tank following the instructions in the section entitled ‘Filling the Water Tank’.
Press the water spray
button several times until the water is released from the spray nozzle.
|The iron is not removing the creases from the fabric.||The temperature is set too low. The steam control dial is set to the off position||Increase the temperature using the temperature control dial, making sure that the fabric’s care instructions are followed. Select a steam setting using the steam control dial.|
Check that the iron is cool and dry and that the water tank is empty before storing in a cool, dry place. Wrap the cord loosely around the iron; never wrap it tightly as this could cause damage.
Product code: BEL01067
Input: 220-240 V – 50-60 Hz
Output: 3100 W
Water tank capacity: 270 ml
Connection to the mains
Please check that the voltage indicated on the product corresponds with your supply voltage.
As the colors in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the colored markings identifying the terminals in your plug, please proceed as follows:
The wires in the mains lead are colored in accordance with the following code:
Blue Neutral (N)
Brown Live (L)
Green/Yellow Earth ()
FOR UK USE ONLY – Plug fitting details (where applicable).
The wire colored BLUE is the NEUTRAL and must be connected to the terminal marked N or colored BLACK.
The wire colored BROWN is the LIVE wire and must be connected to the terminal marked L or colored RED.
The wire colored GREEN/YELLOW must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter E or marked.
On no account must either the BROWN or the BLUE wire be connected to the
EARTH terminal ().
Always ensure that the cord grip is fastened correctly.
The plug must be fitted with a fuse of the same rating already fitted and conforming to BS 1362 and be ASTA approved.
If in doubt consult a qualified electrician who will be pleased to do this for you.
Non-rewireable mains plug
If your appliance is supplied with a non-rewireable plug fitted to the mains lead and should the fuse need replacing, you must use an ASTA-approved one (conforming to BS 1362 of the same rating).
If in doubt, consult a qualified electrician who will be pleased to do this for you. If you need to remove the plug – DISCONNECT IT FROM THE MAINS and then cut it off the mains lead and immediately dispose of it safely. Never attempt to reuse the plug or insert it into a socket outlet as there is a danger of an electric shock.
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