Thank you for choosing an AEG product. In order to ensure the best results, always use original AEG accessories and
spare parts. They have been designed especially for your product. This product is designed with the environment in
mind. All plastic parts are marked for recycling purposes.
It may be possible that your steam station does not produce steam immediately after filling it with water. The reason
for this is that air trapped in the inner system can delay this function a few seconds. Please be patient and try it again
by pressing the steam button. For your convenience the steam will be produced after you release the steam button
for a few seconds and it is not necessary to press the button all the time. Find out your rhythm for the best steaming
A. Heating indicator light
B. Headlight illuminating ironing area
C. Steam-temperature selector
D. Steam boost button
E. Steam hose
F. Water tank with integrated anti-calc cartridge*
G. Maximum water level indicator
H. Boiler unit
Iron rest area
RESILIUM™ anodized soleplate
K. Power cord
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Before first use. Remove all adhesive remains and gently rub with a dampened cloth. Position the steam station iron
horizontally on the ironing-board or on a heat resistant, secure surface at the same height as an ironing-board. Unwind and
straighten the power cord and the steam hose.
Remove the water tank (F) by gripping the slot on the underside and pulling it gently away from the boiler unit. Detach the
anti-calc cartridge* (T) and then immerse it in water for more than 60 sec. Insert the anti-calc catridge* back. Fill the water
tank using cold water. It is recommended to use distilled water or a mix of 50% distilled, 50% tap water. Empty the water tank
to rinse out any foreign particles which may have remained from the manufacturing process. We recommend to replace the
anti-calc cartridge* after 3 months. (*Certain models only).
Always refill the water tank to MAX level using cold water (F).
Caution! Never operate the appliance without any water in the tank.
Connect the steam station to the mains supply. Press the ON/OFF button. Select the programme from the selector wheel on
the iron and turn accordingly.
Heating indicator light (A) and headlight (B) are on as soon as the ON/OFF button is pressed.
When the heating indicator light (A) is ON the steam station is preheating.
When the steam-ready indicator (N) is ON the steam station is ready to be used.
Unlock the iron by switching the locking mechanism to and lift it from the iron rest area. Before starting ironing, please
test your iron on an old towel to ensure that no residues inside the iron are transferred to your garments. If necessary, wipe
the soleplate with a slightly damp cloth.
To activate the steam function, press and hold the steam boost button for 3-5 seconds. Hold the steam boost button to
eject a concentrated jet of steam. When releasing the button, use up the steam before putting it back on the iron rest of
the steam station. It is recommended that the steam button is used for short periods.
Caution! Never release steam while the iron is standing on its rest.
Turn off the appliance by pressing the ON/OFF button (lighting will go off).
Always cool the iron fully on the iron rest before storing away. Once the iron is cool, empty the water tank. Store the steam
station iron on the iron rest.
When finished using the appliance, switch off by pressing the ON/OFF button. Put the iron on the iron rest area and switch
the locking mechanism to in order to secure the iron.
L. Steam hose storage
M. ON/OFF button
N. Steam-ready indicator
O. Carry-lock front part
P. Locking mechanism
Q. Hot soleplate indicator
R. Power cord storage
S. Boiler cap
T. Anti-calc cartridge in water tank*
U. Cleaning brush*
*Certain models only