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1) Read the instructions carefully
2) The appliance contains pressurised steam.
Incorrect or improper use could be dangerous.
The appliance is designed for household use
only as described in the manual. The manufac-
turer declines all liability for damage deriving
from improper use of the product.
3) Do not leave the appliance unsupervised when
plugged into the mains.
4) After use and before cleaning the appliance or
carrying out maintenance, always unplug from
the mains.
5) Before use, make sure the mains voltage corre-
sponds to the voltage indicated on the rating
plate on the bottom of the appliance. 6) Plug the
appliance into an efficiently earthed socket with
a minimum rating of 10 A.
7) Never direct the steam jet towards power soc-
kets or appliances containing electrical compo-
nents such as those inside ovens. They could be
damaged.
8) Never direct the steam jet towards the applian-
ce.
9) Never unplug the appliance by pulling the
power cable or appliance itself. Do not touch
the plug with wet hands.
10)Do not run the appliance over the power cable.
Avoid closing the door on the cable or rubbing
it over sharp edges. Keep it away from hot sur-
faces.
Never place the appliance in a vertical posi-
tion. Always keep the appliance in a horizon-
tal position when in use.
11)When filling the tank, never place the applian-
ce under the tap to add water.
12)Avoid the steam coming into contact with the
skin. The high temperature could cause serious
burns. Never direct the steam jet towards per-
sons or animals or towards surfaces or objects
with could be damaged by high temperatures.
13)To move the appliance, hold it by the handgrip.
As it contains a steam generator, surfaces beco-
me hot during use. Persons affected by particu-
lar pathologies causing abnormal sensitivity to
heat should take special care when using this
appliance.
14)Do not add detergent to the tank. Use water
only.
15)Never wash the appliance with triethylene or
other solvents. Clean with a damp cloth and
normal washing up liquid only. NEVER immer-
se the appliance in water.
16)Take the utmost care when using the appliance
to clean stairs.
17)If not used for long periods, you are recommen-
ded to evaporate the water completely before
putting the appliance away.
18)Keep the appliance out of reach of children or
persons not capable of using it without supervi-
sion.
19)Do not use the appliance if it appears to be
faulty. Contact your local dealer or an authori-
sed service centre.
20)Protect the appliance from atmospheric agents
(rain, frost, sun, etc).
21)For all repairs contact your dealer or an autho-
rised service centre to maintain the efficiency of
your appliance and the validity of the guaran-
tee. For the same reasons, you are always
recommended to use original spare parts.
22)Each appliance is tested to make sure it works
perfectly. Drops of water may therefore be seen
through the water level viewing window (H).
23)If the power cable is damaged, it must be repla-
ced by the manufacturer, an authorised service
centre or a qualified electrician in order to eli-
minate all risk.
KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
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    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
    1) Read the instructions carefully
    2) The appliance contains pressurised steam.
    Incorrect or improper use could be dangerous.
    The appliance is designed for household use
    only as described in the manual. The manufacturer declines all liability for damage deriving
    from improper use of the product.
    3) Do not leave the appliance unsupervised when
    plugged into the mains.
    4) After use and before cleaning the appliance or
    carrying out maintenance, always unplug from
    the mains.
    5) Before use, make sure the mains voltage corresponds to the voltage indicated on the rating
    plate on the bottom of the appliance. 6) Plug the
    appliance into an efficiently earthed socket with
    a minimum rating of 10 A.
    7) Never direct the steam jet towards power sockets or appliances containing electrical components such as those inside ovens. They could be
    damaged.
    8) Never direct the steam jet towards the appliance.
    9) Never unplug the appliance by pulling the
    power cable or appliance itself. Do not touch
    the plug with wet hands.
    10) Do not run the appliance over the power cable.
    Avoid closing the door on the cable or rubbing
    it over sharp edges. Keep it away from hot surfaces.
    Never place the appliance in a vertical position. Always keep the appliance in a horizontal position when in use.
    11) When filling the tank, never place the appliance under the tap to add water.
    12) Avoid the steam coming into contact with the
    skin. The high temperature could cause serious
    burns. Never direct the steam jet towards persons or animals or towards surfaces or objects
    with could be damaged by high temperatures.

    KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
    8

    13) To move the appliance, hold it by the handgrip.
    As it contains a steam generator, surfaces become hot during use. Persons affected by particular pathologies causing abnormal sensitivity to
    heat should take special care when using this
    appliance.
    14) Do not add detergent to the tank. Use water
    only.
    15) Never wash the appliance with triethylene or
    other solvents. Clean with a damp cloth and
    normal washing up liquid only. NEVER immerse the appliance in water.
    16) Take the utmost care when using the appliance
    to clean stairs.
    17) If not used for long periods, you are recommended to evaporate the water completely before
    putting the appliance away.
    18) Keep the appliance out of reach of children or
    persons not capable of using it without supervision.
    19) Do not use the appliance if it appears to be
    faulty. Contact your local dealer or an authorised service centre.
    20) Protect the appliance from atmospheric agents
    (rain, frost, sun, etc).
    21) For all repairs contact your dealer or an authorised service centre to maintain the efficiency of
    your appliance and the validity of the guarantee. For the same reasons, you are always
    recommended to use original spare parts.
    22) Each appliance is tested to make sure it works
    perfectly. Drops of water may therefore be seen
    through the water level viewing window (H).
    23) If the power cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, an authorised service
    centre or a qualified electrician in order to eliminate all risk.



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    DESCRIPTION

    USING THE APPLIANCE

    A Flexible hose with handgrip and steam regulation
    B "Steam ready" light
    C "No water" light
    D ON/OFF switch and light
    E Tank cap
    F Cable tidies
    G Tool holder
    H Water level indicator

    • Plug the appliance into the mains.
    • Press the ON/OFF switch (D). The light on the
    switch comes on.
    • When the "steam ready" light (B) goes off, the
    appliance is ready to use. To use the steam press
    the button on the handgrip (fig. 4). To stop
    steam delivery just release the button.
    NB: When used for the first time, the appliance
    may give out smoke and an odour for several
    minutes. This is caused by heating and subsequent
    drying of the sealers used in assembling the steam
    generator. You are recommended to ventilate the
    room.

    Accessories
    Extension tubes
    Triangular brush
    Carpet/floor brush
    Cloth for carpet/floor brush and triangular
    brush
    O Crevice tool
    P Round brushes for crevice tool
    Q In-line brush for crevice tool
    R Squeegee for crevice tool
    S Clothes hook
    T Clothes hook base
    U Clothes freshening brush

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    PREPARATIONS FOR USE
    Filling the tank
    Before performing maintenance or cleaning the
    appliance, make sure it is unplugged from the
    mains.
    • To open the tank, remove the cap (fig. 1).
    • Pour the water into the tank, taking care not to
    exceed the top notch on the water level indicator (H) (fig. 2).
    • Close the cap.

    Preparing the cleaning tools
    All tools provided can be used on either the extension tubes or the handgrip. To fit, just push on until
    they click into place (fig. 3).
    To remove, press the button and pull out, taking
    care not to pinch the finger holding the button
    down.

    STEAM REGULATION
    The steam regulator is located on the hose at the
    bottom of the handgrip (fig. 5). This can be used to
    reduce or increase the quantity of steam according
    to the type of surface to be cleaned (eg. hard floors,
    tile joints - maximum steam; sofas, upholstery minimum steam).
    When you turn the appliance on, you are recommended to turn the steam regulator to maximum.

    TOPPING UP THE WATER IN THE TANK
    When the "no water" light (C) comes on (fig. 6), the
    tank must be filled. Proceed as follows:
    • Turn the appliance off using the ON/OFF switch
    (D) and unplug from the mains socket.
    • Remove the cap and fill the tank with cold water.
    Replace the cap.
    IMPORTANT: during operation, the appliance fills
    the steam generator with water from the tank (continuous fill). It is normal to hear the noise caused by
    filling at regular intervals to maintain constant
    steam pressure.
    If the water in the tank runs out completely, there is
    still enough steam left for about 10 minutes operation, depending on the quantity being used. If you
    do not fill the tank, the pump vibrates and no more
    steam is given off.
    When the water in the tank has been topped up, the
    appliance operates as if it were turned on for the
    first time. Before cleaning, you must therefore wait
    for the steam to be ready. This takes about three
    minutes, during which time the water is pumped into
    the steam generator.
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    When the water in the tank has run out, you
    should not continue steam cleaning, leaving the
    pump vibrating. If continued over time, this practice could irreparably damage internal components.

    AFTER USE
    After use, put the appliance away tidily by unplugging, wrapping the power cable around the cable
    tidies and putting the tools away on the tool holder
    (fig. 7).

    IMPORTANT: there may be water on the surface
    under the appliance. This is caused by the pressure
    relief valve.
    To avoid water spilling out of the tank when moving
    the appliance, always close the tank with the cap.

    CLEANING TIPS
    Rugs and carpet

    Hard floors

    Tools: carpet/floor brush + cloth attached to the
    spring clips.

    Tools: carpet/floor brush + cloth attached to the
    spring clips.

    Tips:
    * Try out the resistance of fabrics and
    colours first in a concealed area.
    * You should remove dust first using a carpet beater or vacuum cleaner.

    Tips:
    * Not recommended for treated cotto
    floors, wax polished floors and parquet.

    Armchairs, sofas, cushions, mattresses, car
    interiors, blinds, vertical walls, garden furniture, gazeboes, garden umbrellas and rocking chairs.
    Tools: triangular brush + cloth attached to the
    spring clips.

    Tips:
    * Try out the resistance of fabrics
    and colours first in a concealed area.
    * You should remove dust first
    using a vacuum cleaner.

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    Joints between tiles, radiators, shutters, door
    jambs, inaccessible points, vases, bicycles,
    mountain bikes, car engines, motorbikes,
    garden equipment (mower), children's toys
    (swing)
    Tools: crevice tool + brushes (round or in-line).



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    Bathroom (shower cubicle, sanitary fittings,
    basins, swimming pools)
    Tools: crevice tool + brushes (round or in-line)
    directly on the hose or extension tubes.

    Clothes and fabric freshening set
    Tools: Clothes hook base + extension tubes + clothes
    hook fitted directly onto the body of the appliance;
    clothes and fabric freshening brush fitted directly
    onto the handgrip.
    NB: the steam should first be delivered onto a cloth,
    placing the steam regulator on minimum.

    Mirrors, windows, car windows, verandas
    and greenhouses
    Tools: squeegee directly on the hose or extension
    tubes.
    Important: in low temperatures, you are recommended to warm the windows first with a weak jet of
    steam to avoid the risk of breakage due to sudden
    temperature changes.

    Clothes
    hook

    Extension
    tubes

    Clothes
    hook base

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