Question about Euro-Pro Shark GI490 Iron
Today i turned on the iron, i started ironing at 2nd hotest temperature. Then i lowered the temperature by one and the iron started dripping rusty water
Its all made in a concept of a marketing decision that repair and loose parts will cost MORE then a complete new unit , and thats also made in a safety Compliance.
Allways do not repair outside the replacement of a little part control knob or power cable if it do not cost more then a complete iron.
Posted on Jun 27, 2016
This iron has had it . it has rusted throuh the element and the rust s iron oxide . .. not repairable .. // replace it . as it will cost less .. mm
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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ensure that your iron temprature is high enough to generate steam. if ironing delicate cloth ensure your steam option is switched off. if your iron has a filler cap or water container ensure they are fitted securely. water dripping usually when the iron is too cold to turn it to steam or you have a leak somwhere.
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