Iron Doesn't Produce Steam

My Rowenta steam iron doesn't produce steam. Also, I have a brown spot on the iron's faceplate.

Thanks.

By Bena from Atlanta, GA

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Iron Doesn't Produce Steam

Your steam iron can be cleaned effectively with a mixture of white vinegar and water. Pour mixture into the iron and turn on the steam, and run your iron over an old cloth. The rust like particles will come out of the holes. When it's cleaned out, pour in water and do the same thing. Clean the bottom with some cleaner from kitchen. Good luck. (01/29/2010)

By kffrmw88

Iron Doesn't Produce Steam

Once you clean your iron with the vinegar and H2O, then be sure to only use bottled water in it to avoid the same problem. (02/03/2010)

By 2oldn2ys

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