How to use a travel iron? We have compiled for you what to look for when using it. The following information is general in nature, and remember that each travel iron has its own instructions for use.
Instructions for use of the travel iron
First of all, you must use the device only for the purpose described in the respective instructions for use.
Each device has its own performance marking and specification. Therefore, make sure that you use only the power supply specified on the label of the device.
Always check the voltage before connecting the iron to a power source. This will ensure that you make the correct settings. Incorrect settings can damage your appliance. This can cause injury or cause the iron not to work as expected.
When placing the iron on the stand, make sure it is on a stable surface.
The iron should always be used and placed on a stable surface.
Make sure that you use the right options for the travel iron. Make sure there are no nylon, flammable or meltable surfaces under the iron.
Do not immerse the iron in water or other liquids to reduce the risk of electric shock.
Unplug the iron before filling it with water, emptying it or when it is not in use.
Make sure the power cord does not come in contact with hot surfaces.
Make sure the control switch is set to “0” before unplugging the power cord.
Pay Attention To These Points When Using The Travel Iron!
Unplug the travel iron from the power outlet, not from the cord.
Never handle the power cord or plug with wet hands to avoid electric shock.
This appliance is not intended to be used by persons (including children) with physical, sensory or mental disabilities without help or supervision. Make sure that children do not play with the appliance.
Do not leave the iron unattended when it is plugged in.
Keep in mind that travel irons are not designed for ironing a large number of garments. Therefore, you can try to give the device a break.
Avoid burns by not touching hot metal parts, hot water or steam. Be careful when turning the steam iron upside down, as there may be hot water in the container. Never point the steam at a person.
Allow the iron to cool completely before storing it.
Do not use the iron outdoors.
Do not use another high wattage appliance on the same circuit.
If the power cord is damaged, have it replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent, or a similarly qualified person to avoid possible hazards.
Do not use the iron if it has been dropped, has visible damage, or is leaking.
Always remember to read the instruction manual of your iron and use it accordingly.
If the iron malfunctions or does not operate normally, do not attempt to disassemble it. Instead, take the iron to a qualified professional who will inspect and repair it. Improper reassembly may result in electric shock.