ViTESSE VS-661 User Manual

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Warning: during ironing, “STANDBY” symbol comes on at intervals,
indicating that the selected temperature is maintained. If you lower the
thermostat temperature after ironing at a high temperature, do not start
ironing until “STANDBY” symbol glints again.

Warning: the iron gives off steam continuously only if you hold the iron
horizontally. You can stop the continuous steam by placing the iron in a
vertical position or by circumgyrating the steam selector to “min”. If the
selected temperature is too low, water may drip onto the plate.

Selecting strong steam when ironing vertically.
Fleetness press steam button (7) to generate a powerful burst of steam that
can penetrate the fabrics and smooth the most difficult and tough creases.
Wait for a few seconds before pressing again [Fig. 4].
By pressing steam button at intervals you can also iron vertically (curtains,
hung garments, etc.) [Fig. 5].
Warning: the strong steam function can only be used at high temperatures.
Stop the emission when “STANDBY” symbol flicker comes on, than start
ironing again only after “STANDBY” symbol does not display.

Dry ironing
To iron without steam, follow the instructions in section “steam ironing”,
Circumgyrating the steam selector (3) on position “min”.

Spray Function
Make sure that there is water in the reservoir. Press the spray button (6)
slowly (for a dense spray) or quickly (for a vaporized spray) [Fig. 6].

for delicate fabrics, we recommend moistening the fabric

before hand using the spray function, or putting a damp cloth
between the iron and the fabric. To avoid staining, do not use the
spray on silk or synthetic fabrics.

Please note: before cleaning the iron in any way, make sure that the
appliance plug is not connected to the socket.
Any deposits, starch residue or size left on the plate can be removed using
a damp cloth or an unabrasive liquid detergent.
Avoid scratching the plate with steel wool or metallic objects.
The plastic parts can be cleaned with a damp cloth then wiped over with a
dry cloth.

Selecting the steam.
The quantity of steam is regulated by the steam selector (3).
1. Circumgyrating the steam selector(3) to a position between minimum

and maximum depending on the quantity of steam required and the
temperature selected [Fig. 1].

How to put it away
1. Disconnect the plug of the iron from the socket.
2. Empty the reservoir by turning the iron upside down and gently shaking
3. Leave the iron to cool down completely.
4. Roll up the power cord with the rewinder [Fig. 7].
5. Always put the iron away in a vertical position.

Advice for good ironing
1. We recommend using the lowest temperatures with fabrics that
have unusual finishes (sequins, embroidery, flush, etc.).
2. If the fabric is mixed (e.g. 40% cotton 60% synthetics), set the
thermostat to the temperature of the fibre requiring the lower
3. If you don't know the composition of the fabric, determine the suitable
temperature by testing on a hidden corner of the garment. Start with a
low temperature and increase it gradually until it reaches the ideal
4. Never iron areas with traces of perspiration or other marks: the heat of
the plate fixes the stains on the fabric, making them irremovable.
5. The size is more effective if you use a dry iron at a moderate
temperature: excess heat scorches it with the risk of forming a yellow
6. To avoid marking silk, woolen or synthetic garments shiny, iron them
inside out.



Technical Data
Power supply: 230V ~ 50HZ
Power consumption: 2000W

To avoid marking velvet garments shiny, iron in one direction(following

the fibre) and do not press down on the iron.

The heavier the washing machine is loaded, the more garments come

out creased.

This also happens when the spin drying revolutions are very high.

Many fabrics are easier to iron if they are not completely dry.

For example, silk should always be ironed damp.