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Setting The Temperature - Kenwood IC400 Series Product Manual

Kenwood professional steam ironing system product manual
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choosing the right
temperature
Follow the clothes label advice.
Match the dots on the label to the
dots on the temperature control. If
there's no label, here's a guide on
which temperature to choose:
hints
Start on clothes needing the lowest
temperature, then work upwards.
(This lowers the risk of burning
something because an iron switched
from 'hot' to 'cool' takes time to
cool down.)
For mixed fibres, eg cotton
polyester
, use the lowest suitable
temperature
.
If in doubt, start with a low
temperature on a part that won't be
seen (eg a shirt tail).

setting the temperature

Before switching on the steam
station, make sure that the lock for
continuous steam is in the off
position by firmly pressing the lock
on the left hand side of the iron. This
will ensure that the steam button is
released.
1 Plug the steam station into the
power supply.
2 Switch on, the blue light will glow.
3 Turn the temperature control to the
temperature you want, the light
under the control will glow. When the
iron reaches the set temperature, the
light will go out. (During ironing, this
light will go on and off as your iron
maintains the right temperature.)
dry ironing
Follow the procedure above for
setting the temperature.
Care should be taken not to press
the steam button.
steam ironing
1 Make sure there is water in the
boiler. Plug into the power supply
and switch on.
2 Turn the temperature control to the
desired setting. For best results
when steaming we recommend that
the temperature control should be
set to
It is possible to vary the amount of
steam produced. If the iron is set to
the left for minimum steam. If
selected move the variable steam
control to the middle and if
selected move the variable control to
the right for maximum steam.
3 Wait until the green ready to steam
light glows indicating that the correct
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and
pressure has been reached. This
takes about 8 minutes. (Also wait
until the temperature control
indicator light has gone off.)
During ironing the light will turn on
and off - this is normal and indicates
steam is generated in the boiler.
4 Before starting to iron or if you have
not used the steam function for a
few minutes or if you have recently
cleaned the steam station, hold the
iron away from your ironing and
press the steam button several
times. This will enable any cold
water condensed in the pipes etc.,
to be removed from the steam
circuit.
5 To produce steam whilst ironing
clothes press the steam button. For
continuous steam, press the steam
button and then press the lock for
continuous steam on the right hand
side of the iron. To stop continuous
steam, press the button on the left
hand side.
When using the steam function, the
green ready to steam indicator light
will go off.
It is possible to vary the amount of
steam produced. Move the variable
steam control to the right for
maximum steam and to the left for
minimum steam.
6 If you need to refill the boiler during
ironing, follow carefully the instructions
given under 'refilling the boiler'.
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move the variable steam control to
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