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Steam Iron GTJH006 User Manual English Version





Ⅰ. Model Specification

Model No.

MFG Code

Rated Voltage

Rated Power

Rated Frequency








Ⅱ. Components and installation drawings


Ⅲ. Operation

  • Classify the clothing according to the labels attached thereto before use Speed ofthe iron-heating is quicker than its cooling So shall begin ironing the clothes whichrequires a lower ironing temperature first(synthetic fibre fabric and silk),and then iron the clothes of other materials requiring for higher temperature in proper order, (woolen, cotton and jute etc.)
  • Place the iron vertically and set the temperature knob at MIN.
  • Insert the plug into the socket, turn the temperature knob to temperature pointrequired by the clothes material and aim the material identify mark at the heatingindicator.
  • May start ironing when the indicator lamp turns off.


  • Remove the mains plug from the wall socket before filling( or emptying) the iron with water. Set the steam control to 0 position(if have steam function) in order to avoid water leakage.
  • Fill the filling cup with water . Hold the iron in a titled position and put the water into the iron with normal tap water when using it for the first time.
  • For refilling, you can also use tap water. However, if the water is very hard, it is advisable to use the distilled water.
  • Do not put vinegar, starch, chemically descaled water or descaling agents inthe waterreservoir!


  • Connect the iron to a suitable power supply outlet after the tank has been filled.
  • Adjust the temperature knob to the wool cotton and jute range accordingly.
  • Placethe iron vertically. After the pilot light turns off, switch on the steam button.

     For the setting relation between the temperature knob and the steam push button, see the following table:


     Synthetics/silk(Iow temperature)

     Silk wool(medium temperature)

     Linen/cotton(high temperature)

     The weighty iron in the main body makes the iron heavier, and this can enhance the ironing effect.



  • In the unlikely event of the thermostat failing, the protection cut-out will operate to prevent the iron overheating.
  • Then the iron should be taken to the nearest authorized service facility.


  • Turn the temperature knob to   MIN  and unplug the power store the iron after it iscool completely.
  • For storage, place it vertically, and never horizontally with the bottom downwards.
  • Avoid ironing over zippers/rivets on jeans etc. These can scratch the sole




According to frequency of use it is recommended that you should monthly clean the steam iron-this will increase the steam iron’s life span.

  1. Fill the water tank half with water.
  2. Put the steam iron upright.
  3. Put the thermostat to the “max”-position and connect the steam iron with the mains.
  4. Water until the steam iron is completely hot (the pilot light switches out).
  5. Unplug the steam iron.
  6. Hold the steam iron horizontally over the wash - basin.
  7. Put the steam function to the maximum – position (cleaning). In this position it can be pulled a bit upwards.
  8. Now hot water and steam are coming out of the apparatus. Residues like e.g. chalk depositions (if available) should be washed away with the water coming out.
  9. Simulate the ironing move until the water tank is almost empty.





  1. Use the iron only for its attended use.
  2. To protect against the risk of electric shock, do not immerse the iron in water or other liquids.
  3. The iron should always be turned to “min” before plugging or unplugging from the mains outlet. Never pull the cord to disconnect from the mains: instead, grasp plug and pull to disconnect.
  4. Do not allow the cord to touch hot surfaces. Allow the iron to cool completely before putting away.
  5. Always disconnect the iron from the electrical outlet when filling with water or emptying and when not in use
  6. Do not operate the iron with a damaged cord or if the iron has been dropped or damaged. To avoid the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble the iron.Take it to a qualified service agent for examination and repair. Incorrect re-assembly can cause a risk of electric shock when the iron is used.
  7. Close supervision is necessary for any appliance being used by or near children. Do not leave the iron unattended when connected to the mains or on an ironing board.
  8. Burns can occur from torching hot metal parts, hot water or steam, use caution when you turn a steam iron upside down-there may be hot water in the reservoir.
  9. If the iron is not operating normally, disconnect from the power supply. And contact the nearest authorized service agent.
  10. Your iron is designed to rest on the heel. Do not leave the iron unattended when switched on. Do not place the iron on an unprotected surface even if it is on its heel rest.
  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 electrical appliances out of reach from Children or infirm persons. Do not let them use the appliances without supervision.
  14. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
  15. The iron must not be left unattended while it is connected to the supply mains.
  16. The plug must be removed from the socket-outlet before the water reservoiris filled with water (for steam irons and irons incorporating means for spraying water).
  17. The filling aperture must not be opened during use. Instructions for the safe refilling of the water reservoir given(for pressurized steam irons).
  18. The iron must only be used with the stand provided (for cordless irons)
  19. The iron is not intended for regular use (for travel irons)
  20. The iron must be used and rested on a stable surface.
  21. When placing the iron on its stand, ensure that the surface on which the stand is placed is stable.
  22. The iron is not to be used if it has been dropped, if there are visible signs of damage or if it is leaking.
  23. Children being supervised not to play with the appliance.