Up to 7.2 bar pressure, 490 g steam boost, Carry lock, 1.8 L detachable watertank
My Philips Steam generator does not produce steam
If your Philips Steam iron stopped steaming, there can be several reasons. Discover how to mend it yourself.
The steam button is not pressed
Your steam generator iron does not produce steam when this button is not pressed.
Please press and hold the steam button continuously to generate steam. When you release the button, the iron stops steaming.
The steam generator is not hot enough to produce steam
Please, wait until the 'iron ready' light lights up continuously. If steam is still not generated, we recommend you to contact Philips Consumer Care and ask for a repair.
The Calc-Clean or Decalc light is blinking and/or there is a beeping sound
During first use, a 30-second steam delay is expected
When you press your iron’s steam button for the first time (after filling the appliance with water), you will experience a steam delay of 30 seconds. During these 30 seconds, you will hear a pumping sound (which you will also hear during normal use).
After this start-up cycle, the iron will generate steam when you press the steam button.
There is not enough water in the water tank
When the water level in your Philips steam iron is below the MIN level, your iron is not able to generate steam. Please refill the water tank with water and your iron should work again.
**Only for irons with a dial**: The temperature dial is set in the wrong position
The iron does not produce steam when the temperature dial is in Calc-Clean or 1 dot position.
Please set the temperature dial to the 2 or 3 dot position.
The automatic steam mode is off
If your steam generator iron has an intelligent automatic steam mode and this is off, it will not produce steam unless you press the steam trigger.
Please, turn the automatic steam mode on or press the steam trigger to produce steam as needed.
The automatic steam mode is on and the iron is still or tilted in the air
If your steam generator has an automatic steam mode and this is on, it will stop producing steam when the iron is not moving or when the iron is lifted in the air and tilted.