PerfectCare Azur Steam iron

Steam 50g/min;200g steam boost, T-ionicGlide soleplate, Safety Auto off + Anti-calc, Safe for all ironable garments GC4924/20


My Philips Steam iron does not produce any steam

If your Philips Steam iron has stopped steaming, there might be a simple solution. Discover how to solve it yourself.

Scenario 1: The steam control may have been set to the zero steam position

Set the steam control to a steam position.

Note: Dial graphics are for illustration purposes only and may differ from the dial of specific models.

Temperature dial

Scenario 2: There is no water in the tank and / or the settings have not been set correctly

Step 1: Ensure there is water in the tank

Step 2: Set to the appropriate steam and temperature setting, as shown in the table

  • Green area – Steaming possible
  • Red area – No steaming possible, may lead to water leakage
Temperature and steam setting

Scenario 3: The steam vents of the soleplate might be blocked by impurities such as scale

Perform calc-cleaning or decalcification on your iron.

Kindly refer to your user manual or this website for cleaning maintenance advice.

The information on this page applies to the following models: GC4924/20 , GC1020/70 , GC2042/40 , GC2040/70 , GC2040/20 , GC1028/20 , GC1026/30 , GC1021/40 , GC4914/20 , GC1418/02 , GC4860/02 , GC2710/02 , GC2720/02 , GC1480/02 , GC1490/02 , GC2960/02 , GC1903/27 , GC1920/27 , GC1910/22 , GC1905/27 , GC2810/02 , GC2830/02 , GC2820/02 , GC3640/02 , GC1420/27 , GC1421/02 , GC1420/02 , GC4630/02 , GC3390/02 , GC1703/01 , GC2560/02 , GC2530/02 , GC2510/02 , GC1702/01 , GC1720/02 , GC1705/01 , GC4340/02 , GC1115/02 , GC1010/01 , GC1015/01 . more less

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