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Panasonic NI-P300T Steam Iron Pink 1 Set
Maintenance free.Auto anti-calc system results in less calcium crystallization and prevents steam hole from clogging.Auto anti-calc system.Crease-free.Curved soleplate.Swivel cord 360 degrees.Panasonic Corporation.Titanium coating soleplate.Pink.220-240 1500- 1780w (6.8-7.4 a) B3.Before using this product, please read the enclosed operating instructions completely.1 set.Steam/dry selector.Water fill cover.Spray nozzle.Soleplate.Maximum water level indication.Spray mist button.Thermostat operating indicator light.Handle.Powder cord.Heel rest.Power plug.Water tank.Temperature select indicator.Plug type to comply with respective country or region requirement.Temperature selector.Thank you for buying a Panasonic iron.© Panasonic Corporation 2014. All rights reserved.http://panasonic.net/Printed in China.
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Panasonic®.NI - P300T (pink).Steam iron.Auto anti-calc.Curved sole.Max. 1780W.Speedy and easy.Max. 1780W.Illustrations may vary from actual product design.
Read this operating instruction thoroughly before using your Panasonic iron to become familiar with the iron features.Helpful ironing tips:The Temperature selector of the Panasonic iron has words, dots and steam symbols.a) Set the temperature selector according to the type of fabric. For general information on the number of settings, refer to the Heel Rest.b) The dots are symbols for 3 temperature ranges:Low temperature.Medium temperature.High temperature.Some fabrics are labeled with these dots as a guide for selecting the proper ironing temperature setting.How to fill with water.1. Move the steam/dry selector to the dry position to avoid water leakage. Open the water fill cover. Hold the iron as shown and fill the iron with water up to "max" dot (about 200 ml). Use a cup for filling.2. Do not overfill. Check for the correct water fill level with the iron on its heel rest.3. Close the water fill cover, or water will splash from water tank when ironing.How to use as a steam iron:1. Fill the iron as described in "how to fill with water".2. Position the iron vertically and be sure the temperature selector is set to "0".3. Plug the power plug into the household outlet.4. Set the temperature selector according to the type of fabric.5. Preheat the iron until the thermostat operating indicator light goes off, usually about 1-2 minutes. This light will go on and off during ironing to indicate that the temperature chosen by the temperature selector is being maintained.6. Hold the iron horizontally and move the steam/dry selector into the steam position.3 Position steam/dry selector.Dry. Low steam. High steam.Please make sure the temperature select indicator setting is on "max" when using "high steam".Note: whenever the iron on its heel rest, the steaming action will stop.How to use as a dry iron:1. Move the steam/dry selector to the dry position.2. Position the iron vertically, set the temperature selector to "0".3. Plug the power plug into the household outlet.4. Set the temperature selector to the desired position.5. Preheat the iron until the thermostat operating indicator light goes off usually about 1-2 minutes. This light will go on and off during ironing to indicate that the temperature chosen by the temperature selector is being maintained.How to use the "spray" feature.Note: before using the spray feature, check the fabric label for ironing instructions because some fabrics may be spotted or stained with moisture.The spray feature is particularly helpful for removing stubborn wrinkles and where extra dampening is needed.The spray may be used with steam or dry ironing. 1. Fill the iron as described in "how to fill with water".2. Simply pump the spray mist button when spray is desired.If the spray doesn't work immediately, keep pumping until it does.3. To get a finer spray, pump the button quickly and press fully.Stay clean vents:The built-in anti calcium system (calc cut) in the water tank continuously reduces scale build-up in the vaporizing chamber of the iron.This system makes it possible to use the steam function for a long period of time and prevents steam vents from clogging.How to care for your iron.After each use.To protect the soleplate from corrosion or stains.1. Set the temperature selector to "0".2. Unplug the power plug.3. Empty iron immediately and turn over the iron so that the soleplate is facing in an upward direction. Shake it till the water tank is completely empty.4. Move the steam/dry selector into the dry position.5. Wait until the iron has cooled and always set it on the heel rest position when storing the iron.Outside surface of iron:After unplugging and cooling the iron, simply wipe off with a damp cloth and if necessary, use a mild detergent.Never use any harsh cleaners.Soleplate:Starch and other residue can be easily removed from the soleplate with a damp cloth. To avoid scratching the finish, never use a metallic pad to clean the soleplate, and never place the iron on a rough surface.If synthetics are being ironed on a higher temperature level than instructed, not only will the fabric be damaged, but the soleplate will often be covered with the melted remains of the synthetic fabric.The best way to remove synthetic residue from the soleplate is to iron over an old cotton rag after heating the iron.