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unplu it turn it completely off push switch over do not force it. Plug it back in and see what happens

Irons | Answered on Apr 07, 2019

It depends on what type of iron you have. Newer models have a light to tell you that you are at the temperature you selected. Older ones you try to iron and if it does not work you wait a little longer. Some puts a drop of water on the iron to see hot hot it is.

Irons | Answered on Mar 28, 2019

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Irons | Answered on Mar 25, 2019


Attached below is the Rowenta website to obtain PDF copies of the manuals. If the hyperlink does not work, cut and paste it into your browser's address line. There are also links to download Adobe Acrobat Reader to allow you to view and print the documents if you do not have this program. Please advise if you find this helpful...

Rowenta Perfect... | Answered on Mar 24, 2019

I imagine that it would be the water valve not closing, allowing water to continue to enter the steam chamber. I have no idea how to get into these to have a look.

Irons | Answered on Mar 22, 2019

First thing to try is descaling it. Most manuals are online, Google
make model manual

Cleaning a Laundry Iron
Get some CLR descaler and mix it to the directions. Turn the iron on and set it to steam. Turn the iron off and put the CLR into it. When it has cooled a little, sit it faceplate down in an oven proof dish. Leave it over night. The CLR will drip through and sit in the dish cleaning the inside, and the topside of the soleplate. The next day, fill with water and shake upside down to empty any remaining CLR and scale through the fill hole. Keep filling and shaking to empty until the water comes clean.

If you don't want to use CLR, you can use white vinegar undiluted.
Cleaning Laundry Iron

Irons | Answered on Mar 21, 2019

I'm having a similar problem. I've used mine quite often a few years ago and went to use it recently and now no steam. I've taken my fcl-ss167 apart and there is a water filter inside the base. The water filter may be too full of calcium carbonate to pass water. The water filter is removable but I have not yet found one to replace it.
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Irons | Answered on Mar 18, 2019

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