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FEATURES OF YOUR SHARK LIGHTWEIGHT IRON
1. BURST OF STEAM BUTTON
Burst of steam provides extra,
sudden bursts of steam which aid in
removing stubborn wrinkles from
fabrics such as denim, cotton
2. ATOMIZER SPRAY BUTTON
Pressing this button provides a
defined jet of spray which gently
3. VARIABLE STEAM CONTROL
Minimum to maximum steaming for
different materials. Self cleaning
feature flushes internal sole plate
4. TEMPERATURE CONTROL
Turn dial to select temperature.
Main temperature settings are
indicated by the 1, 2 and 3 dots.
(see “Ironing Chart” on page 8)
8. PIVOT CORD
For left or right handed use. Pivots
up and down; prevents dragging
along the fabric. The flexible cord
protector protects the cord from
5. BUILT-IN ANTI-CALCIUM
Prevents calcium build-up and
prolongs the life of the iron.
6. STAINLESS STEEL
Provides maximum glide-ability and
7. WATER FILLING INLET
The cover prevents dust and foreign
matter from entering the water tank.
It also stops any water from spilling
This appliance is for HOUSEHOLD USE
ONLY and may be plugged into any
120V AC polarized electrical outlet. Do
not use any other type of outlet.
For dry ironing, turn the variable steam
control lever to the left to “0”. This will
cut off the steam flow if water is in the
water tank. All marked fabric settings
on the temperature control lever can be
used for dry ironing.
1. Plug the cord into a polarized, 120V
AC electrical outlet. The power “ON”
light will come on, indicating that the
iron is receiving power.
2. Turn the temperature control dial to
the desired fabric/temperature
setting. Turn the variable steam
control to “0”. (See “Ironing Guide”
for a guide to temperature selection.)
3. Place iron on its heel (on a stable,
protected surface) while iron is
warming to desired temperature.
2. Plug the cord into a polarized, 120V
AC electrical outlet.
3. Turn the dial of the temperature
control button to select the desired
fabric and temperature setting. Turn
the variable steam control lever to
the desired steam setting (see
“Ironing Guide” for a guide to
NOTE: Because of the soleplate design,
ordinary tap water may be used with this
iron. However, in very hard water
areas, we recommend using distilled or
WARNING: Never fill the iron
with fabric conditioner,
starches or any other liquid, as these
will damage the steam mechanism.
Do not use contaminated water.
1. Open the water filling inlet cover.
Holding the iron at a slight angle,
pour water slowly into the water
filling inlet. See figure 1. Fill tank to
desired level or to the “MAX” water
level marking using the water filling
flask. (When the iron is upright, the
see-through water tank allows you to
gauge the amount of water.) DO
NOT overfill the tank. When finished
filling the iron with water, close the
water inlet cover before continuing.
CAUTION: DO NOT aim iron
at face, towards yourself, or
anyone else while using or adjusting
steam. Burns or serious injury may
WARNING: Before filling the
iron with water, be sure the iron
is not plugged into the electrical
outlet. The iron may be filled with
water while it is hot.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT THE
RISK OF BURNS, use caution
when filling iron with water. Burns
can occur from touching hot metal
parts, hot water, or steam.