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Mamasteph

Rowenta Steamer IS 7500 not steaming

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Mamasteph   
Mamasteph

How is steamer hose removed?  Steamer seems to heat, but no steam (almost none) comes out.  Right now trying to get hose off to reach generator to see if scale is cause of no steam.  Have heard to be exceedingly careful with O-Ring, and am a little nervous avoid any damage.  No diagram can be found on line, so flying blind.  Any help appreciated...

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vee8power   
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I wouldn't think repair information is out there for something like this. I have been using steamers for 7 years. I'm on my 4th one. The one I bought new was expensive(stainless steel tank) and the support in the manual consisted of disposal instructions. Sounds like yours has a broken valve. Usually a cheap plastic plunger with O-rings activated by another cheap plastic piece supported by more cheap plastic. Every part specific to that model.

People buy these and hardly use them. I'll find another one on Craigslist when my current one breaks. If it's a garment steamer is what you want, I see the jiffy brand on craigslist a lot. They may be serviceable.

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