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The Manual for the Rival IR699 and IR999 Steam Wave Iron may be downloaded in PDF from the following link:

http://www.rivalproducts.com/manuals/MANUALS/IR999_43_64403016.PDF

STEAM IRONING

1. Fill the Water Reservoir.

2. Plug the cord into a 120-Volt AC outlet.

3. Select the fabric setting you desire using the dial. Allow the iron to
heat for 2 minutes. While the iron is heating, make sure it is sitting on
its heel rest on a stable, protected surface.

4. Turn the Steam Selector to the appropriate setting. Begin Ironing.

IMPORTANT: When not ironing, always set the Variable Steam Selector
to (Dry) and the Fabric Select Dial to OFF.

Posted on Jun 20, 2012

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1: Make sure there's enough water in the tank if the iron won't steam. Fill the tank up .
2:Check that the iron is set to a steam setting. Some of the settings are dry and won't create steam.
3:Set the temperature dial to the shaded setting which represents steam. You'll see a little dark cloud-type icon with raindrops as opposed to a white cloud with a stripe through it. The dark cloud represents moisture (steam), and the white cloud with the stripe through it represents no steam.
4:Allow the iron to heat up for a while and to emit steam for a couple of minutes while pressing the extra-long burst button a few times. That should get rid of any impurities which can cause blockages. Try this if the iron hasn't been used for a while and steaming is intermittent.
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The reservoir of your iron needs cleaning if it looks as though small deposits are being left in the small holes on the soleplate. Typically, the deposits are minerals from the water that you are using in the reservoir. The deposits may have a white color, and they may resemble salt.

Cleaning the reservoir requires the use of white vinegar and a clean rag. Fill the reservoir of a cold iron at least one fourth of the way with white vinegar. Turn the iron on and place it on the steam setting. Steam iron the clean rag until the reservoir is completely empty.

If the deposits are still visible to you, you will need to fill the reservoir with clean water and steam iron a rag again. If the deposits are still visible to you after this, you will need to repeat the process with vinegar until the deposits are no longer apparent.

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Vinegar has a strong smell associated with it, especially when it is heated. Ventilate the area where you are working as much as possible, by opening windows, turning on vents or fans, or keeping the door open.

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