Beko BKK 2130 manual

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  • Brand: Beko
  • Product: Iron
  • Model/name: BKK 2130
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, Russian

Table of Contents

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Read this manual prior to initial operation of the product!
Dear Customer,
We hope that your product, which has been manufactured in modern
facilities and passed through a strict quality control procedure, will give you
very good results.
We advise you to read through this manual carefully before using your
product and keep it for future reference.
The User Manual will help you use your machine in a fast and safe
way.
• Read the User Manual before installing and starting your product.
• In particular, follow the instructions related to safety.
• Keep this User Manual within easy reach for future reference.
• Also read all additional documents supplied with this product.
Remember that this User Manual is also applicable for several other models.
Differences between models will be identified in the manual.
This product has been produced in environmentally friendly, modern facilities
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1 Safety Warnings				 2-3
4 Maintenance And Cleaning 		 	 10
3 Hints For Ironing			 	 5-9	
2 Technical Aspects Of Your Machine 4
CONTENTS
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Safety Warnings
For safety purpose you should read these
instructions carefully before using the iron for
the first time.
DO’S
1. Check the mains voltage stated on the
iron.
2. Unwind and straighten the power cord
before use.
3. Switch on the iron by turning the Tempera-
ture Dial in clockwise direction; pilot light
glows.
4. Turn the Temperature Dial to the middle
point of 1 dot, 2 dots, 3 dots or maximum
setting.
5. Switch off the iron by turning the
Temperature Dial in anti-clockwise direction
when it is not in use, even for a short period
of time. Turn the Temperature Dial to°•Min°
position.
6. Disconnect the iron from mains supply
outlet when filling or emptying water.
7. Remove the water remained in the water
tank.
8. Use the Self-Cleaning function at least
once a month.
9. Switch off the steam function by
moving the steam control knob to
position when it is not in use, even for a
short period of time.
10. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer or its service
agent or similarly qualified person in order to
avoid a hazard.
11. The iron must be used and rested on a
stable surface
12. When placing the iron on its stand,
ensure that the surface on which the stand is
placed is stable.
13. The plug of the supply cord must be
removed from the socket-outlet before the
water reservoir is filled with water
DO NOT’S
1. Do not allow children touch the iron or the
power cord when ironing.
2. Do not leave the iron unattended when it
is connected to a mains supply outlet.
3. Do not use an extension power cord set
unless competent authority has approved it.
4. Do not add perfumed, vinegar or other
chemical liquids into the water tank; they can
damage the iron seriously.
5. Do not immerse the iron in water or any
other liquid.
6. Do not use the iron when it is damaged or
it works improperly.
7. Do not roll the power cord around the
iron for storage until it has cooled down
completely.
8. Do not attempt to open the cabinets or
dismantle any parts from the iron; there is no
serviceable part inside.
9. The iron is not to be used if it has been
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dropped, if there are visible signs of damage or
if it is leaking.
10. Keep electrical appliances out of reach
from Children or infirm persons. Do not let
them use the appliances without supervision.
11. This appliance is not intended for use
by persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety
12. Children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
13. Keep the iron and its cord out of reach of
children less than 8 years of age when it is
energized or cooling down.
14. Do not allow children to perform cleaning
and user maintenance when they are without
supervision.
15. Do not touch the surfaces marked with
symbol during or just after ironing. It is
hot (Please refer to the following figure 1 and
figure 2).
A CAUTION:
HOT
SURFACE.
A CAUTION:
HOT
SURFACE.
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1- Soleplate
2- Self-Clean button
3- Temperature Dial Knob
4- Pilot Light
5- Spray Nozzle
6- Water Inlet Cover
7- Variable Steam Control knob
8- Burst of Steam Button
9- Spray Button
10- Filling Beaker
Voltage/Frequency : 220 - 230 V ~ 50/60 Hz
Power : 1850 - 2020 W
Soleplate : PTFE non stick coated (BKK 2130)
/ Steel (BKK 2131)
Isolation class : I
All declared values on the product and on the printed leaflets are picked up after laboratory measurements performed
according to related standarts. These values may differ upon usage and ambient conditions.
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8 79
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Technical Aspects Of Your Machine
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Hints For Ironing
1. Sort out the articles to be ironed accord-
ing to the type of fabric. This will minimize
the frequency of temperature adjustment for
different garments.
2. Test ironing a small area on the backside
or inside the garment if you are unsure
about the type of fabric. Start with a low
temperature and increase gradually.
3. Wait for about three minutes before
ironing heat sensitive fabrics. Temperature
adjustment needs certain time to reach the
required level no matter it is higher or lower.
4. Delicate fabrics such as silk, wool, velour,
etc. are best ironed with an ironing cloth to
prevent shine marks.
5. You may need a few times of press to
activate the spray, burst and vertically burst
function.
Read The Garment Labels and follow the
manufacturer’s ironing instructions that
are often shown by symbols similar to the
follows:
How To Fill Water
1. Disconnect the iron from mains supply
outlet.
2. Move the Variable Steam Control Knob to
position.
3. Open the Water Inlet Cover
4. Fill water through the water inlet hole.
5. Fill up to the ‘Max’ level marked on the
side of water tank.
Note:
Do not use chemically descaled water or any
other liquids.
First Time Ironing
1. Remove any protective films or stickers
from the sole plate and the cabinet.
2. Unwind and straighten the power cord.
3. Fill the water tank. (See How To Fill
Water)
4. Connect the iron to a suitable mains
supply outlet.
5. Turn the Temperature Dial in clockwise
Temperature Control Setting
. Cupro
. Polyester
. Protein
. Silk
. Triacetate
. Viscose
. Wool
. Cotton
. Linen
. Acetate
. Elastsne
. Polyamide
. Polypropylene
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direction to maximum position; pilot light
glows.
6. Pilot light goes off when the required
temperature is reached.
7. Move the Variable Steam Control Knob to
position; steam starts coming out from
the holes in the sole plate.
8. Begin first time ironing with an old towel.
9. When the water tank is empty and there
is no more steam produced; the preparation
work is completed. The iron is now ready for
proper use.
Spraying
1. This function can be used any time and is
not affect any setting.
2. Fill the water tank as described in How To
Fill Water.
3. Aim the nozzle to the garment.
4. Press the Spray Button.
Note: It may be necessary to press the spray
button a few times to start this function.
Dry Ironing
1. Connect the iron to a suitable mains
supply outlet.
2. Turn the Temperature Dial in clockwise
direction; select ‘•’ (1 dot), ‘••’ (2 dots) or
‘•••’ (3 dots) according to the recommen-
dation of garment label.
3. Pilot light glows indicating the iron is
switched on.
4. When the required temperature is
reached; pilot light goes off. The iron is ready
for use.
5. Move the Temperature Dial in
anti-clockwise direction to ‘Min’; the iron is
switched off.
6. Disconnect the iron from mains supply
outlet.
7. When the iron gets cool completely, store
it vertically in a safe place
Steam ironing
1. Fill the iron as described
in How To Fill Water.
2. Connect the iron to a suitable mains
supply outlet.
Steam off Steam max
3. Turn the Temperature Dial in clockwise
direction to ‘•••’ (3 dots) setting. (For
optimum steam quality, do not use 1 dot or 2
dots setting for steam ironing)
4. Pilot light glows indicating the iron is
switched on.
5. Pilot light goes off when the required
temperature is reached.
6. The iron is ready for use.
7. Move the Variable Steam Control Knob to
give the desired amount of steam.
8. Turn the Temperature Dial in
anti-clockwise direction to ‘Min’; the iron is
switched off.
9. Disconnect the iron from mains supply
outlet.
10. When the iron gets cool completely, store
it vertically in a safe place.
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Note: Set the Variable Steam Control Knob
to position after use.
Burst of Steam
This function provides extra amount of steam
to remove stubborn wrinkles.
1. Fill the iron as described in the section of
How To Fill Water.
2. Turn the Temperature Dial to ‘•••’ (3 dots)
setting.
3. Pilot light glows indicating the iron is
switched on.
4. Pilot light goes off when the required
temperature is reached.
5. The iron is ready for use.
6. Press the Burst Of Steam Button.
7. Steam will shoot from the holes of the
soleplate into the fabric being ironed and
removing the wrinkles.
8. For stubborn wrinkles, wait a few seconds
before pressing the Burst Of Steam Button
again. Most wrinkles can be removed within
three presses.
Note: It may be necessary to press the burst
of steam button a few times to start this
function.
For optimum steam quality, do not operate
the Burst Of Steam more than three times in
succession.
Burst of Steam in Vertical
Position
Warning:
Do not apply steam on any clothes or fabrics
that are being worn by human or pets.
Temperature of steam is very high.
This function provides extra amount of steam
to remove wrinkles on delicate garments in
hanging position, hanging curtains, or other
hanging fabrics.
1. Fill the iron as described in the section of
How To Fill Water.
2. Turn the Temperature Dial to ‘Max’ setting.
3. Pilot light glows indicating the iron is
switch on.
4. Pilot light goes off when the required
temperature is reached. The iron is now
ready for use.
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5. Hold the iron between 15 and 30 centime-
ters away from the garment.
6. Press the Burst of Steam Button once.
7. Steam will penetrate into the garment
removing the wrinkles.
8. For Stubborn wrinkles, wait a few seconds
before pressing the Burst Of Steam Button
again.
9. Most wrinkles can be removed within
three presses.
Note: It may be necessary to press the burst
of steam button a few times to start this
function.
For optimum steam quality, do not operate
the Burst Of Steam more than three times in
succession.
Build-in Anti-scale System
The build-in anti-scale cartridge is designed
to reduce the build-up of limescale which oc-
curs during steam ironing. This will prolonge
the working life of your iron.
Note: The anti-scale cartridge will not com-
pletely stop the natural process of limescale
build-up.
Self-Cleaning
This function removes the scales and
minerals built up in the Steam Chamber. The
iron will remain in the best condition if this
function is performed at least once a month
or more regularly depending on the hardness
of the water used.
1. Fill the iron as described in How To Fill
Water; fill the water tank up to half.
2. Place the iron on a surface in upright
standing position.
3. Connect to a mains supply outlet.
4. Turn the Temperature Dial in clockwise
direction to ‘Max’ setting.
5. Pilot light glows indicating the iron is
switched on.
6. Pilot light goes off when the required
temperature is reached.
7. Wait for one more cycle; pilot light glows
Self Clean
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and goes off.
8. Turn the Temperature Dial in anti-clock-
wise direction to ‘Min’.
9. Disconnect the iron from mains supply
outlet.
10. Hold the iron horizontally over a sink.
11. Press and hold the Self-Cleaning button.
12. Steam and boiling hot water will drain
from the holes on the soleplate washing
away the scales and minerals that have built
up inside the Steam Chamber.
13. Gently move the iron back and forth until
the water tank is empty.
14. When Self-Cleaning is complete, release
the Self-Cleaning button.
15. Rest your steam iron back on its heel
rest and allow to fully cool down.
16. Wipe the soleplate with a cold damp
cloth.
Caution: Keep skin/body away from the
hot water.
Anti-Drip
1. Anti-drip system, which is designed to
prevent water escaping from the soleplate
when the iron is too cold automatically.
2. During use, the anti drip system may emit
a loud clicking sound, particularly during
heat-up or whilst cooling down. This is per-
fectly normal and indicates that the system is
functioning correctly.
The Auto shut-off feature will operate auto-
matically when the iron is unattended and it
is connected to a mains supply outlet.
Auto shut-off in horizontal
1. The iron will switch off automatically be-
tween 16-39 seconds if the iron is immobile
in the ironing position (horizontal).
2. The auto shut-off indicator glows and
having a continue beep sound.
3. By simply moving the iron, Auto Shut Off
will reset (Auto Shut-Off indicator goes off).
Auto-shut off in vertical
1. The iron will switch off automatically in
approxemately in 15 minutes if the iron is left
on its heel rest position (vertically).
2. The auto shut-off indicator glows and
having a continue beep sound.
3. By simply moving the iron, the Auto Shut
Off will reset (Auto Shut Off indicator goes
off).
Note: After Auto Shut Off is reset, the iron
will take about 60 seconds to reach its
previous soleplate temperature set by the
Temperature Dial.
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Draining The Water
1. Move the Variable Steam Control Knob to
position.
2. Disconnect the iron from the mains supply
outlet.
3. Hold the iron upside down and gently
shake it to remove any remaining water out
of filling hole.
4. When the iron get cool completely, store it
vertically in a safe place.
Note: Set the Variable Steam Control Knob to
position before storing the iron.
Cleaning The Iron
1. Disconnect the iron from the mains supply
outlet.
2. Use a damped cloth or non-scratching
cleaner to remove any deposits on the sole
plate or the cabinets.
Note:
Never use sharp or rough objects to remove
the deposits on the sole plate.
Never use any abrasive, vinegar or descaling
agents to clean the iron.
Maintenance And Cleaning
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