"IRONING SYSTEM WITH PRESSURIZED BOILER SYSTEME DE REPASSAGE AVEC"
INTRO 26-11-2002 11:41 Pagina 1 IRONING SYSTEM WITH PRESSURIZED BOILER SYSTEME DE REPASSAGE AVEC CHAUDIERE SOUS PRESSION BÜGELSTATION MIT DRUCK-DAMPFKAMMER SISTEMA STIRANTE CON CALDAIA IN PRESSIONE STRIJKSYSTEEM MET VERWARMINGSELEMENT ONDER DRUK SISTEMA PARA PLANCHAR CON CALDERA BAJO PRESION SISTEMA PARA PASSAR ROUPAS COM CALDEIRA PRESSURIZADA ATMOSYSTHMAMELEBHTAUPOPIESH Instructions for use Mode d’emploi Gebrauchsanleitung Istruzioni per l’uso Gebruiksaanwijzingen Instrucciones para el uso Instruções para a utilização Odhgive" crhvsh" INTRO 26-11-2002 11:41 Pagina 2 FIG. 1 FIG. 2 FIG. 3 FIG. 4 FIG. 5 GB F D I NL E P GR Acetate, Acétate, Acetat, Acetato, Acetaat, Acetato, Acetato, S>>unqetikav, acrylic, acrylique, Acrylsstoffe acrilico, acryl, acrílico, acrílico, Akrulikav, • nylon, polyester, rayon nylon, polyester, rayonne Nylon, nylon, Polyester, poliestere, Rayon rayon nylon, polyester, rayon nylon, poliéster, rayón nylon, poliester, rayon Navilon, Poluevster, Raigiovn •• •• Silk Wool, cot- ton, fine Soie Laine, coton, lin Seide Wolle, Baumwolle, Lana, Seta Wol, cotone, lino katoen, fijn Zijde Seda Lana, algodón, Seda Lã, algodão, Metaxwtav Mavllina, bambakerav feines linen fin fino linnen lino fino linho fino Lepta linav Leinen ••• Cotton, linen, starched, clothes Coton, lin, Baumwolle, tissus humectés amidonnés Leinen, gestärkte Stoffe Coton, lino, tessuti inamidati Katoen, linnen, gestijfde stoffe Algodón, lino, tejidos almidonados Algodão, Bambakerav, linho, tecidos com Bregmevna goma Linav, ufavsmata ELECTRICAL CONNECTION (UK ONLY) A) If your appliance comes fitted with a plug, it will incorporate a 13 If the plug is a moulded-on type, the fuse cover must be re-fitted Amp fuse. If it does not fit your socket, the plug should be cut off when changing the fuse using a 13 Amp Asta approved fuse to from the mains lead, and an appropriate plug fitted, as below. BS 1362. In the event of losing the fuse cover, the plug must NOT WARNING: Very carefully dispose of the cut off plug after remo- be used until a replacement fuse cover can be obtained from your ving the fuse: do not insert in a 13 Amp socket elsewhere in the nearest electrical dealer. The colour of the correct replacement house as this could cause a shock hazard. fuse cover is that as marked on the base of the plug. With alternative plugs not incorporating a fuse, the circuit must B) If your appliance is not fitted with a plug, please follow the be protected by a 15 Amp fuse. instructions provided below: WARNING - THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED As the colours of the wires in the mains lead may not correspond IMPORTANT with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, pro- The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the fol- ceed as follows: lowing code: The green and yellow wire must be connected to the terminal in the Green and yellow: Earth E plug marked with the letter E or the earth symbol or coloured Blue: Neutral L green or green and yellow. Brown: Live N The blue wire must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter N or coloured black. The brown wire must be connected to the terminal marked with the let- ter L or coloured red. INTRO 26-11-2002 11:41 Pagina 3 1 2 1 2 2A 2A 3 3 4 5 4 6 7 14 13 8 12 9 11 10 GB IMPORTANT Carefully read this handbook before using the appliance in order to obtain the best results and for maximum safety in use. Save these instructions for future reference. WARNINGS and gradually unscrew it, allowing any residual steam to be Carefully read the following instructions. released slowly. • Before using the appliance, check that the mains sup- • ONLY use the iron pad supplied; in the event of damage, ply voltage corresponds to the one indicated on the only use the ORIGINAL spare part. appliance label. Only connect the appliance to a • If your model is provided of top cover, before lifting power supply and to sockets with a minimum current the appliace, be sure that the top cover is securely rating of 10 A and provided with an earth connec- positioned. tion. The use of all electrical appliances implies the observance • If the socket and mains lead plug are incompatible, of some fundamental rules. the socket should be changed by qualified personnel IN PARTICULAR: only. • Never touch the appliance with wet or damp hands • The safety of this appliance is guaranteed only if it is or feet. Never place the appliance in water. correctly connected to a proper and effective earth • Never use the appliance in bathrooms. connection as provided by the regulations in force on • Never pull the mains lead or the appliance with wet electrical safety. The manufacturer cannot be consid- or damp hands or feet. ered responsible for damages caused by the absence • The appliance is not intended for use by young chil- of an earth connection on the power supply line. If in dren or infirm persons without supervision. doubt, consult an expert. • Young children should be supervised to ensure that • Do not leave the iron unsupervised when plugged they do not play with the appliance. into the power socket. • Never leave the appliance plugged in as it could be • Never leave the appliance filled with water in a room a safety hazard. where it will be subject to a temperature below or • Before cleaning or servicing, disconnect the appli- equal to 0°C. ance by removing the plug from the socket. • After removing the packing, make sure that the appli- • If the appliance should become faulty and/or not ance is not damaged. If in doubt, do not use the work properly, Switch it off and do not attempt to appliance and consult an expert. repair it . For all repairs contact only a Customer • The packing elements (plastic bags, polystyrene Service Centre appointed by the manufacturer and foam, etc.) should be kept out of the reach of children ask for original spare parts. Non-compliance with as they are a safety hazard. this warning can compromise the safety of the appli- • Adapters, multi-pin sockets and/or extensions should ance. not be used. If their use is necessary, only adapters, • When the appliance is to be discarded, after unplug- multi-pin sockets and extensions that comply with cur- ging it, the mains lead should be cut to make the rent safety regulations should be used, taking care appliance unusable. not to exceed the power limit indicated on the • The mains lead of this appliance should not be adapter. changed by the user. If it is damaged or needs • This appliance is intended for household use only. replacing, contact a Customer Ser vice Centre Any other use is considered inappropriate and con- appointed by the manufacturer. sequently dangerous. • Never fill the appliance under running water. • Noises could occur when the bsteam generator is • Absolutely avoid contact between the hot base and heating up or cooling down, due to normal expan- cables. sion and contraction of the stainless steel with which • If the safety thermistor is activated, the appliance it is made. switches off automatically. To use the appliance • The manufacturer shall not be liable for damages again, it must be serviced by qualified personnel. caused by inappropriate, incorrect or irresponsible • Do not direct the steam jet toward people as this use or for damages resulting from repairs carried out could be dangerous. by non-qualified personnel. • Do not use the iron on clothes that are still very wet. • In the event of damage to the plug, to the hydraulic • Do not store the iron if the base is hot. and electric system, only qualified personnel should • Do not use mixtures of stain removers or similar replace the component parts with original spare products. parts. • Unplug the appliance when it is not being used. Do • For any repairs and for the replacement of the power cable, if not leave it plugged in if it not to be used. damaged, contact your reseller or an authorised service cen- • During use, the steam generator should not be tre, so as to ensure the effectiveness of your appliance and the moved. validity of the guarantee. • Never remove the water tank cap when the appliance • DO NOT OPEN THE CAP WHEN USING THE APPLIANCE OR is connected to the mains supply. UNTIL THE APPLIANCE HAS RUN OUT OF WATER. . The latter • The steam generator should be placed on a flat sur- occurs when no more steam is released from the iron. To add face that is particularly resistant to high temperatures. water, unplug the appliance, and wait around 15 minutes to This appliance complies with the directive 89/336/EEC avoid rapid changes in temperature. Place a cloth on the cap on radio interference suppression. 4 DESCRIPTION colours on the reverse to avoid “shine”. Iron 1) Steam slider lock (if provided) lapels on the right side to make them stand out. 2) Steam supply button • Each time you start operating the steam gener- 2A)Steam supply button (if provided) ator (and the first time you use it) or if you 3) lron thermostat knob haven’t used steam for some minutes: press the 4) “Iron on temperature” indicator light steam control button several times and away 5) Water tank cap from the ironing board. This will remove the 6) Removable iron pad cold water from the steam circuit. 7) Funnel (if provided) • The domestic iron is provided with a special 8) Steam control knob (if provided) device which allows you to have a steam sup- 9) “Steam ready” indicator light ply “on the whole plate” or “concentrated on 10) Pressure gauge (if provided) the tip”. If you want a steam supply “on the 11) “Low water” indicator light (if provided) whole plate”, press the steam supply button (2) 12) ON-OFF steam generator switch with the iron in a horizontal position. If you 13) ON-OFF iron switch keep the button (2) pressed and move the iron 14) Top cover (if provided) in a vertical position, the steam supply will con- tinue “on the whole plate”. USEFUL HINTS If you want a steam supply “concentrated on • Velvet, wollen fabrics, etc. as well as gloves, the tip”, press the steam supply button (2) with bags and so on will recover their original look the iron in a vertical position. If you keep the and softness. Just pass the iron at a short dis- button (2) pressed and move the iron in a hori- tance with the steam on. zontal position, the steam supply will continue • Carpets will become like new again by remov- “concentrated on the tip”. ing the mark left by furniture placed on them; • The removable iron pad can be put where you make the steam penetrate into the carpet where prefer: be careful not to put the iron directly on the nap has been pressed and brush it softly. the boiler’s body.. • Neither use or lean the iron on zips, hooks, rings, etc. to avoid scratching the plate. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE • The surface of the plate must be kept clean: to Before steam ironing, make sure the fabric is clean it, just wipe the cold surface with a damp suitable for this kind of ironing. The machine cloth. The iron mustn’t be treated with decalci- works with tap water. In case of very hard fying detergents. water (hardness above 27°F) we suggest using • After using it, always wait till the iron is cold half distilled water and half tap water. Do not before putting it away. use chemicals or detergents (e.g. perfumed water, • Put the iron in a dry place. fragrances, scale removers, etc.). • When you have finished ironing it is not neces- sary to empty the water left in the water tank. For the models provided with top cover (14), remo- • Sort out clothes according to the recommended ve it as shown in Fig. 3. ironing temperature and begin to iron the ones Filling the steam generator water tank and con- that require the lowest temperature. necting to the power mains • Silk textiles can be dry-pressed on the reverse. Make sure the appliance is unplugged. Remove the • Wollen, cotton and fine linen can be steam-ironed water tank cap (5) and fill the tank with water on the reverse or on the right side by putting a using the special funnel (7) (if provided). Some thin cloth to avoid “shine”. Stached textiles need models are provided with a safety cap which can’t more steam. Iron whites and light colours on the be unscrewed if there’s still steam in the steam gen- right side; iron dark colours on the reverse as well erator. Screw back the cap securely (5) and plug as embroidery to make it stand out. the switch in. • Linen textiles can be steam-ironed by abundantly steaming the material and by ironing dark Attention: never unscrew the cap (5) with the steam generator under pressure. 5 Functioning Refilling the water tank Press switch (12) to power the steam generator; the In some model, when the steam generator water “Steam ready” (9) pilot lamp comes on. tank runs out of water, the indicator light (11) goes Press the ON-OFF switch (13) to turn on the iron; the on. To refill follow these instructions. “Iron on temperature” (4) pilot lamp indicator light Turn the steam generator off using the switch (12). comes on. Let the remaining steam off by pushing the button Important: When in use for the first time, the iron may (2) or (2A). placed on the iron handle. Turn the give off some smell and a particular odour due to the iron off using the switch (13). Unplug the appli- heating and subsequent drying out of the sealants ance. Allow the appliance to cool down for a few used to assemble the steam generator and the iron. minutes. Slowly unscrew the cap and refill as indi- This will stop in a few minutes. It is advisable to cated in the “Filling the water tank” paragraph. ventilate the room. The manometer (if provided) Position the iron thermostat knob (3) in the area The manometer (10) allows you to keep the pres- indicated in Figure 1 or 2 (in some models), in sure in the steam generator under control. accordance with the type of textile to be ironed The manometer has a graduated scale with two (fig. 3). Wait till the “steam ready” light (9) and the zones of different colour: “iron on temperature” light (4) go out before start- • a blue zone, from left to the centre, within ing to iron. which the gauge needle is positioned during N.B.: both indicator lights will go on and off dur- normal operation, oscillating according to the ing the ironing, according to the temperature pressure in the steam generator. reached by the steam generator and the iron. This • a red zone, from the centre to the right. The is part of the normal functioning of the iron and gauge needle steadily positioned in this area, you needn’t worry about it. means an anomalous funtioning of the iron. In To obtain the supply of steam, press the steam but- this case swich the iron off and contact an ton (2) placed on the iron. authorized custumer service centre. Note: If your iron disposes of both buttons (2) and DRY IRONING (2A), choose to use the upper button rather than Plug the appliance into the mains. the lower, or vice-versa. Press button (13) to turn power to the iron on. The Steam button slide lock (1) (if provided) light (4) comes on. Position the thermostat regula- This device allows a continuous output of steam to tion knob (3), according to the type of fabric to be be obtained by mechanically keeping the steam but- ironed (fig. 3). For dry ironing, do not use the ton pressed, thus avoiding the need to do so manu- steam control (2). ally. To activate it, just slide it backwards after press- N.B.: when the iron has reached the selected tem- ing the button (2). To unlock the button push the slide perature, the light (4) goes out. lock forwards to its original place. STORING THE APPLIANCE The steam regulator (8) allows the regulation of When storing the appliance, clip on top cover (14) steam. The quantity of steam can be reduced or (if provided) ensuring that it is correctly located in increased. its housing (fig.4). IMPORTANT: When switching on the iron, keep When using the appliance, lift it by handle to be knob in the maximum steam output position. found on the top of the cover. WARNING: the iron-steam generator connecting hose may become hot. Subject to changes 6