3 - Folding handle button
4 - Housing
5 - Sole plate with holes for steam
6 - Steam/dry and self-cleaning adjustment knob
7 - Thermostat adjustment knob
8 - Temperature control light
9 - Maximum water level
10 -Shot steam button
11- Filler door
When using your appliance, basic safety precautions should always be followed,
including the following:
NEVER immerse the iron, cable or plug in any liquid.
NEVER touch the appliance with wet or damp hands.
ALWAYS disconnect iron from electrical outlet when lling with water or emptying and when
not in use.
Otherwise, there is a risk to get an electric shock!
DO NOT let children or untrained persons use the appliance without supervision.
DO NOT leave the hot iron touching fabrics or very inammable surfaces.
DO NOT leave the appliance unnecessarily plugged in. Disconnect the plug from the mains
when the appliance is not being used.
DO NOT use the power cord or the appliance in order to pull the plug out of the socket.
DO NOT leave the appliance exposed to the weather (rain, sun, etc. ).
DO NOT leave the iron without supervision when it is connected to the power supply.
INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING
- Use iron only for its intended use.
- To protect against a risk of electric shock, do not immerse the iron in water or other
- The iron should always be turned to ‘ O ’ before plugging or unplugging from outlet.
Never yank cord to disconnect from outlet; instead, grasp plug and pull to disconnect.
- Do not allow cord to touch hot surfaces. Let iron cool completely before putting away.
Loop cord loosely around iron when storing.
- Do not operate iron with a damaged cord or if the iron has been dropped or damaged.
To avoid the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble the iron take it to a qualied
serviceman for examination and repair. Incorrect reassembly can cause a risk of electric