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How Do I Descale a Murphy Richards Steam Generator?

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Steam generator irons are basically a steam iron attached to a base unit which is the steam generator, holding the water and making the steam. This means the actual iron itself is slightly lighter than a conventional steam iron as it does not have a water container in it. The power cable attached to the base unit is 2.4metres long which is quite good if you can't have your ironing board right next to a power socket, although common sense says you must take care if there are young children in the house. The base unit also houses the water tank which holds 1 litre of tap water which means you don't need to keep on stopping to refill. Into the water tank you place an anti-scale cartridge which looks like a bag of brown granules stuffed into a tube. Five replacement bags came with the iron and there is an anti-scale indicator light on the iron which will indicate when this cartridge needs replacing. I have been using this iron for about a month now and haven't needed to change it yet, but it does depend on how hard your tap water is. The instruction book gives a phone number to order replacements and I have checked the Morphy Richards web site
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1. Turn on the steam generator and allow it to run until the water in the tank begins to boil. Turn off the generator and allow it to stand for at least 5 minutes. At the circuit
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More complete answer... If you are having steam problems then the cartridge needs changing. I phoned them (0161 652 1211) and they do sell the cartridge for £5.99 including
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With the older Steam Gen - By connecting a hose from the base to a tap this will flush it out - the new ones clean the Anti Calc Stick.
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