Tefal Ultragliss Easycord
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Tefal Ultragliss Easycord Iron, size: 2.5 MB
Tefal Ultragliss Easycord
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021106 - 19/06
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Spray nozzle Water tank filling inlet Steam control Anti-calc valve Self-Clean button Spray button Boost of steam button (depending on model) 8. Easycord system (cord guide) 9. Electric power cord 10. Easycord system extension button 11. Thermostat indicator light 12. Temperature setting dial 13. Temperature setting indicator 14. Water tank max indicator 15. Soleplate
3 Before first use
Please read these instructions carefully and keep them for future reference. Remove and throw away the plastic part that protects the cord (A). Remove any labels from the soleplate before heating up the iron (depending on model).
Before using your iron with the steam function for the first time, we recommend that you operate it in a horizontal position for a few moments, away from your linen, i.e. press the boost of steam button a few times (depending on model). During the first few uses, a harmless odour and smoke may be given off. This is normal with no effect on the use of the iron and will disappear quickly.
What water to use ?
Your appliance has been designed to function with untreated tap water. However, Self-cleaning of the appliance should be carried out once a month in order to eliminate hard water deposits from the steam chamber.
If you have very hard water, mix untreated tap water with commercially available demineralised or distilled water in the following ratio: 50% untreated tap water / 50% demineralised or distilled water.
Types of water not to use : Heat concentrates the elements contained in water during evaporation. The types of water listed below may contain organic waste, mineral or chemical elements that can cause spitting, brown staining or premature wear of the appliance: water from clothes dryers, scented or softened water, water from refrigerators, batteries, air conditioners, rain water, boiled, filtered or bottled water. These types of water should not be used in your TEFAL iron. Also only use distilled or demineralised water as advised above. The integrated anti-calc system (according to model) gives better quality ironing: a constant flow of steam throughout the ironing session and longer lasting performance of your appliance.
Filling the water tank
Unplug your iron before filling it and set the steam control to (fig.1). Open the water tank filling inlet cover (fig.2), place the iron flat and fill it (fig.3).
Fill the tank up to the MAX mark.
1 For your safety
This appliance complies with the technical rules and standards for safety currently in force (Electromagnetic Compatibility, Low Voltage, Environment). Do not leave your iron when it is hot, especially where there are young children or severely disabled people. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. Warning ! The voltage of your electrical installation must correspond to that of the iron (220V-240V). Connecting to the wrong voltage may cause irreversible damage to the iron and will invalidate the guarantee. This iron must always be plugged into an earthed socket. If using a mains extension lead, ensure that it is correctly rated (10A), with an earth connection. If the electrical cord becomes damaged, it must be immediately replaced by an Approved Service Centre to avoid any danger. The appliance should not be used if it has fallen, if it has obvious damage, if it leaks or it is operating incorrectly. Never dismantle your appliance: have it inspected by an Approved Service Centre, so as to avoid any danger. Never immerse your iron in water ! Do not unplug your appliance by pulling on the cord. Always unplug your appliance: before filling or rinsing the water tank, before cleaning it, after each use. Never leave the appliance unsupervised when it is connected to a power source; if it has not cooled down for approximately 1 hour. The soleplate may be very hot : never touch it and always let it cool down before putting it away. Your appliance gives off steam, which may cause burns, especially when you are ironing on a corner of your ironing board. Never direct the steam towards people or animals. Your iron should be used and placed on a stable heat-resistant surface. When you put your iron onto its iron rest, make sure that the surface on which you put it is stable. This product has been designed solely for domestic use. Any commercial use, inappropriate use or failure to comply with the instructions, the manufacturer accepts no responsibility and the guarantee will not apply.
Using the Easycord system
fig 1 fig 2
Your iron is equipped with the Easycord system to prevent the cord trailing across the laundry and creasing it during ironing. Press the button located on the base (fig.4) and the Easycord system is automatically in use. You can now plug in your appliance and begin ironing.
Always use the Easycord system for enhanced comfort of use.
Adjust the temperature and the steam
fig 3 fig 4
Select the temperature (see table below) setting the thermostat facing the indicator (fig.5). The thermostat light comes on (fig.6). It will go out when the soleplate is hot enough. Set the steam control (fig.7) to the desired position, consulting the table below.
SILK SYNTHETICS (Polyester, Acetat, Acryl, Polyamide)
= STEAM ZONE
Your iron heats up quickly : so begin by ironing fabrics that are ironed at low temperatures first, then go on to those requiring a higher temperature.
It is normal for the indicator light to switch on and off during ironing In order to avoid water dripping from the iron onto the linen: - turn off the steam when ironing silk or synthetic fabrics. - set it at the minimum position for wool. If you turn down the thermostat, wait until the thermostat light comes back on before beginning to iron again or it will be too hot. When ironing fabrics with mixed fibres, set the ironing temperature for the most delicate fibre. For delicate fabrics we recommend testing the fabric first on an inconspicuous place eg (inside the hem). If you want to dry iron, set the Steam control to.
your iron for 2 minutes on its heel to dry the soleplate.
To slow down scaling and prolong the life of your iron, carry out the self-cleaning operation once a month or more frequently in a hard water area.
Cleaning the soleplate
Unplug the iron, and when the soleplate is just warm, wipe it with a soft cloth.
Never use abrasive or aggressive products.
7 If there is a problem
PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION
Position the thermostat in the steam range (from to MAX). Wait until the thermostat light goes out. Wait a few seconds between each use of the button. Reduce the steam. See the section "Storing your iron". Water drips from the The chosen temperature is too holes in the soleplate. low and does not allow for the formation of steam. You are using steam while the iron is not hot enough. You are using the Shot of Steam button too often. There is too much steam. You have stored the iron horizontally, without emptying it and without setting it to. Brown streaks come You are using chemical through the holes in descaling agents. the soleplate and You are not using the right stain the linen. type of water.
Obtain more steam
fig 7 fig 9
(according to model)
now and again to remove stubborn creases
Press the boost of steam button (fig.8).
Wait a few seconds between each shot before pressing the button again.
Whether steam or dry ironing, you are able to use the Spray button dampen laundry to remove stubborn creases. (fig.9) to
Vertical steam ironing (according to model)
Ideal for removing creases in suits, jackets, skirts, curtains, etc.: Hang the garment on a hanger and hold the fabric slightly taut with one hand. Set the thermostat control to MAX (fig.5). Press the boost of steam button button repeatedly (fig.8) moving the iron from top to bottom (fig.10). Hold the iron a few centimetres from the fabric to avoid burning delicate fabrics.
Every fifth time you press the button, return the iron to the horizontal position. The steam is very hot, so you should always do this with the garment on a hanger never while someone is wearing it.
Storing your iron
Set the steam control to and unplug the iron. Wait until the soleplate cools down and empty the water tank. A little water may remain in the water tank. To wind the cord around the heel of the iron, slot the Easycord system into the notch (fig.11). Take the end of the Easycord system and press to make the flexible part go back into the base (fig.12). Wind the cord. Store the cold iron on its heel (fig.13).
The soleplate is dirty or brown and can stain the linen.
6 Maintenance and cleaning
Cleaning the anti-calc valve (once a month or more frequently in a hard water area)
Unplug your iron and empty the water tank. Press the self-clean ejection button (fig.14a) and remove the anti-calc valve (fig.14b). Soak the valve in a cup of white spirit vinegar or plain lemon juice for 4 hours. Rinse the valve under running water and place it back in the iron.
Unplug your iron and let it cool down before cleaning it. The iron will not function without the anti-calc valve. Never touch the end of the valve ! There is little or no steam.
fig 13 fig.14
The soleplate is scratched or damaged. Steam or water come from the iron as you finish filling the tank. The spray does not spray
Do not add any descaling agents to the water in the water tank. Perform a self-cleaning operation and consult the section "What water to use?" Fabric fibres have Perform the self-cleaning operation and accumulated in the holes of clean the soleplate with a damp the soleplate and are burning. sponge. Vacuum the holes of the soleplate from time to time. Your linen has not been rinsed Make sure that your laundry is rinsed sufficiently or you have ironed sufficiently so as to remove any a new garment before deposits of soap or chemical products washing it. on new clothes. Your are ironing with an Clean the soleplate as indicated above. inappropriate setting Select the appropriate setting. (temperature too high). Clean the soleplate as indicated above. You are using starch. Always spray starch onto the reverse side of the fabric to be ironed. The water tank is empty. Fill it. The anti-calc valve is dirty. Clean the anti-calc valve. Your iron has a build-up of Clean the anti-calc valve and carry out scale. a self-clean. Your iron has been used dry Carry out a self-clean. for too long. You have placed your iron flat Always set your iron on its heel. on a metallic rest-plate or Do not iron over zips and rivets. ironed over a zip. The steam control is not set to Check that the steam control is set to the position. the position. The water tank is overfilled. Never overfill the water tank. There is not enough water in the water tank. Fill up the water tank.
Carry out the self-cleaning operation (once a month or more
frequently in a hard water area)
Unplug your iron, set the steam control to and fill the water tank to MAX. Place your iron on its heel, set the thermostat dial to MAX, plug in your iron and wait for the indicator light to go out. Unplug the iron and place it horizontally over a sink. Press the self-clean ejection button (fig.14a) and remove the anti-calc valve (fig.14b). Gently shake the iron over the sink until some of the water (along with impurities) runs out through the soleplate. At the end of the operation, put the anti-calc valve back in place and then plug in
Environment protection first !
Your appliance contains valuable materials which can be recovered or recycled. Leave it at a local civic waste collection point.
If you have any problem or queries, please contact our Customer Relations team first for expert help and advice : 1454 - UK / (01) 4610390 - Ireland or consult our website - www.tefal.co.uk
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