The hand-held garment steamer is out of order. After turning on the switch, there is no steam coming out. What should I do?
The first step is to check whether the power cord is damaged. If it is damaged, repair it, plug it in again, and turn it on.
Check whether the air outlet of the steamer is blocked by foreign objects, so that the steam cannot be ejected. If so, unplug the power supply and gently poke the steam outlet with an iron wire to remove the debris.
Check whether the water tank of the steamer has no water or the water level of the water box is too low, which causes the steamer to not work normally. To deal with this situation, just fill up the water.
Check the drain holes. If the drain holes are not cleaned for a long time, plugged, or malfunctioned, the steam emitted will be very small or no steam will be ejected, which is also the reason why the hand-held steamer does not emit steam. The correct treatment method is to test whether the drainage hole is smooth. If it is not smooth, use an iron wire to poke it to remove impurities.
After all, inspections are completed, turn on the switch and adjust it to 2nd gear to see if the steam can be sprayed normally.