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Introduction

In this manual we will help you with the disassembly of your Philips Azure Steam Iron by offering you a step by step tutorial, by helping you understand how to dissasemble the product we aim to help you with repairs you are making to your steaming iron.

Note: Screws inside the steaming Iron may be rusted, therefore it will be difficult/impossible to unscrew them.

We hope you find this tutorial helpful!

  1. Start your disassembly on a clean desk, make sure you have trays to store screws and other components, to prevent losing them Start your disassembly on a clean desk, make sure you have trays to store screws and other components, to prevent losing them Start your disassembly on a clean desk, make sure you have trays to store screws and other components, to prevent losing them
    • Start your disassembly on a clean desk, make sure you have trays to store screws and other components, to prevent losing them

  2. Image 1: Remove the plastic cover to expose the screw Image 2: Unscrew the screw with your screwdriver Image 3: Detatch the top of the handle with your hand.
    • Image 1: Remove the plastic cover to expose the screw

    • Image 2: Unscrew the screw with your screwdriver

    • Image 3: Detatch the top of the handle with your hand.

    • The handle can't be fully detatched at this point , because the plug cable goes trough the handle in the back

  3. Take the top part of the handle, which you removed from the iron in the step before. Image 1&2: remove the two large buttons from the handle by pushing them down if they didn't fall out allready Rotate the handle so you see the inner side of the part
    • Take the top part of the handle, which you removed from the iron in the step before.

    • Image 1&2: remove the two large buttons from the handle by pushing them down if they didn't fall out allready

    • Rotate the handle so you see the inner side of the part

    • Image 3: Remove the small sliding button by pushing one of the legs outwards. The sliding button pops from the handle.

  4. To replace the rubber component in the front of the appliance, remove it with your hand and replace it with a new one.
    • To replace the rubber component in the front of the appliance, remove it with your hand and replace it with a new one.

    • This component needs to be replaced if the rubber is dameged, this rubber prevents water leaking into parts of the appliance it is not supposed to be.

  5. To replace the lamp on top of the handle of the steaming iron, detatch te wires carefully from the plastic components
    • To replace the lamp on top of the handle of the steaming iron, detatch te wires carefully from the plastic components

  6. Follow the instructions at this step if you experience trouble with the top sliding button of the appliance Image 1: Remove the screws which connect the white plastic part to the main part of the appliance. (these are the screws on the left and right of the white plastic part, closest to it) Image 2: Use your hand to lift the white plastic part, which covers the component you will remove in image 3
    • Follow the instructions at this step if you experience trouble with the top sliding button of the appliance

    • Image 1: Remove the screws which connect the white plastic part to the main part of the appliance. (these are the screws on the left and right of the white plastic part, closest to it)

    • Image 2: Use your hand to lift the white plastic part, which covers the component you will remove in image 3

    • Image 3: Use your hand to lift the part to remove it from the steaming iron. If a spring or another component is broken, replace it and put the part back at its place.

    • After replacing one of the components put the part back with the tallest pin facing the front of the iron!! See image 3

  7. This step removes the remaining part of the handle to gain access to the bottom part of the steaming iron Image 1: Remove both screws at the front top of the product Image 2: Remove the screw at the top back of the steaming iron. This screw is located near the power wire
    • This step removes the remaining part of the handle to gain access to the bottom part of the steaming iron

    • Image 1: Remove both screws at the front top of the product

    • Image 2: Remove the screw at the top back of the steaming iron. This screw is located near the power wire

    • Image 3: Remove the remaining part of the handle with your hand

  8. By following step 8 and 9 you will detatch the back surface of the steaming iron and expose the electrical wires. These steps also need to be completed to remove the water tank The plastic covering plate is connected by snapfits to the product. A hinch is placed between both. apply some pressure with a lever (we used a flathead screwdriver) and pull the part back with your hand to remove the transparent plastic part Image 3: Unscrew the exposed screw to remove the blue plastic part
    • By following step 8 and 9 you will detatch the back surface of the steaming iron and expose the electrical wires. These steps also need to be completed to remove the water tank

    • The plastic covering plate is connected by snapfits to the product. A hinch is placed between both. apply some pressure with a lever (we used a flathead screwdriver) and pull the part back with your hand to remove the transparent plastic part

    • Image 3: Unscrew the exposed screw to remove the blue plastic part

    • Be careful with the snap joints !! You don't want to break them

  9. Image 1: Remove the 'back' of the steam iron with your hand Image 2 & 3: Unscrew the 2 screws next to the electrical wire. This step is needed if you want to replace the power cord Image 2 & 3: Unscrew the 2 screws next to the electrical wire. This step is needed if you want to replace the power cord
    • Image 1: Remove the 'back' of the steam iron with your hand

    • Image 2 & 3: Unscrew the 2 screws next to the electrical wire. This step is needed if you want to replace the power cord

  10. Step 10,11 &12 will help you remove the water tank Remove the 2 screws at the back of the screwdriver as shown in the images
    • Step 10,11 &12 will help you remove the water tank

    • Remove the 2 screws at the back of the screwdriver as shown in the images

  11. Remove the 2 screws in front of the steaming iron as shown in the pictures. After removing these pictures the watertank can be removed, which is described in the next step Remove the 2 screws in front of the steaming iron as shown in the pictures. After removing these pictures the watertank can be removed, which is described in the next step
    • Remove the 2 screws in front of the steaming iron as shown in the pictures. After removing these pictures the watertank can be removed, which is described in the next step

  12. Image 1: Use your screwdriver to 'unclick' the snapjoint at the front to detach the water tank from the bottom of the product , as shown in the image. Make sure you don't apply too much force to the snapjoint! You don''t want to break it
    • Image 1: Use your screwdriver to 'unclick' the snapjoint at the front to detach the water tank from the bottom of the product , as shown in the image.

    • Make sure you don't apply too much force to the snapjoint! You don''t want to break it

    • Image 2: Detatch the water tank bylifiting it up with your hands.

    • Make sure you don't pull any of the cables in the back while lifting the water tank

  13. This step shows how to remove the metal plate Image 1: Remove the screw at the front of the steaming iron
    • This step shows how to remove the metal plate

    • Image 1: Remove the screw at the front of the steaming iron

    • Image 2: Lift the plate with your hand to remove it

  14. Image 1: Detach the white sides of the steam iron by pulling them away from the assembly. Image 2: Due to rusted screws, further disassembly was not possible. Our apologies!
    • Image 1: Detach the white sides of the steam iron by pulling them away from the assembly.

    • Image 2: Due to rusted screws, further disassembly was not possible. Our apologies!

Conclusion

To reassemble your device follow the following instructions in reverse order.

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