Shark GI568N Series Ultimate Professional Electronic Steam Iron User Manual

Shark GI568N Series Steam Iron

Model: GI568N 55



Mukamagwiritsa ntchito chitsulo chanu, muyenera kutsata mosamala chitetezo, kuphatikizapo izi:

1. Gwiritsani ntchito chitsulo chokhacho chomwe mukufuna.
2. To protect against risk of electrical shock, do not immerse the iron in water or other liquids.
3. DO NOT yank cord to disconnect from outlet. Grasp plug and pull to disconnect.
4. DO NOT allow cord to touch hot surfaces. Let iron cool completely before putting away. Loop cord loosely around iron when storing.
5. Always disconnect iron from electrical outlet when filling with water, emptying,
or when not in use.
6. DO NOT operate iron with a damaged cord, or after the iron has been dropped or damaged in any manner. To avoid the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble the iron. Return to EURO-PRO Operating LLC for examination, repair or adjustment. Incorrect reassembly can cause the risk of electric shock when the iron is used.
7. IMPORTANT: This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge.Close Supervision is necessary for any appliance being used near children.
DO NOT leave iron unattended while connected or on an ironing board.
8. Kuwotcha kumatha kuchitika chifukwa chokhudza zitsulo zotentha, madzi otentha kapena nthunzi. Samalani mukatembenuza chitsulo cha nthunzi mozondoka; pakhoza kukhala madzi otentha m'thawe.
9. DO NOT use or stand the iron on an unstable surface.
10. While the iron is hot, never set iron on an unprotected surface – even if it is on its heel rest.
11. Always store your iron standing upright, not on the soleplate. If stored face down, even the smallest amount of moisture will cause the soleplate to corrode and stain.
12. The iron should always be turned “OFF” before plugging or unplugging the iron from the outlet.
13. Chida ichi ndi chapakhomo pokha.

CHENJEZO! TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK OR OTHER INJURY, before filling the iron with water, make sure that the plug is removed from the outlet.
Chenjezo: Osadzaza chitsulocho ndi chowongolera nsalu, zowuma kapena njira ina iliyonse, chifukwa izi zitha kuwononga makina a nthunzi. Osagwiritsa ntchito madzi owonongeka.
CHENJEZO! TO AVOID FIRE, never leave iron unattended while it is plugged in.
CHENJEZO! TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, never use the iron in a location where it can fall or be pulled into water or another liquid. If the iron falls into water or other liquid, unplug it immediately. DO NOT reach into the water or liquid.
Chenjezo: Never use scouring pads, abrasive or chemical cleaners, or solvents to clean the exterior or soleplate of your iron. Doing so will scratch and/or damage the surface.
CHENJEZO! DO NOT aim iron at face, towards yourself, or anyone else while using or adjusting steam. Burns or serious injury may occur.


1. Kuti mupewe kuchuluka kwa dera, musagwiritse ntchito mawati ena apamwambatage chogwiritsira ntchito m'dera lomwelo.
2. Ngati chingwe chowonjezera chili chofunikira, gwiritsani ntchito 15-ampere cord. Zingwe zovotera zochepa amperage can result in a risk of fire or electric shock due to overheating. Use care to arrange the extension cord so it cannot be pulled or be tripped over.




1. Soleplate yachitsulo chosapanga dzimbiri 8. Pivot Cord
2. Water Inlet Door 9. Fabric Settings
3. Steam Burst Button 10. Temperature Indicators
4. Variable Steam/Self-Clean Control 11. Kuwala Kwamphamvu
5. Electronic Temperature Control 12. Auto-Off Light
6.  Spray Button 13. Anti-Drip Function (not shown)
7. Zenera la Madzi 14. Built-In Anti-Calcium Filter (not shown)

ZINTHU ZOFUNIKA KWAMBIRI: 120 Volts, 60 Hz., 1600 Watts


Chipangizochi chili ndi pulagi yopangidwa ndi polarized (tsamba limodzi ndi lalikulu kuposa linalo). Monga gawo lachitetezo, pulagi iyi imakwanira potulutsa polarized njira imodzi yokha. Ngati pulagiyo sikwanira mokwanira, tembenuzani pulagiyo. Ngati sichikukwanira, funsani wodziwa zamagetsi. Musayese kugonjetsa chitetezo ichi.


1. Before using your iron for the first time, please remove all the packaging material.
2. When you turn on the iron for the first time it might emit an odor for the first ten minutes. This is because the materials used in making the iron are heating up. The odor is safe and should not re-occur after the initial heating.

Kugwiritsa ntchito CHITSULO CHANU

3. Fill water carefully into the water tank without going over “Max” line. Make sure the water inlet cover is closed to avoid spilling.
4. Plug in the iron into any 120V AC polarized electrical outlet.
5. Set the desired fabric/temperature by sliding the controls.

6. The temperature indicator light on the LED Display Panel will flash when the iron is heating up. The green light will stop flashing and stay on when the iron reaches the preset temperature.
7. Slide the steam control to select high or low steam setting. Select “0” on the steam control for dry ironing. You can now start ironing.
8. Use the steam burst to remove stubborn wrinkles. Press the button to provide a powerful jet of steam. Allow an interval of 3 seconds between each burst. Overuse of the steam burst may cause water spitting or weak steam performance.
9. The steam burst feature also works in the vertical position. This is especially useful to remove wrinkles from hanging clothes, delicate garments and other fabrics. Hold the iron in the upright position several inches away from the article.
10. Use the atomizer spray to moisten the fabric to tackle tough wrinkles, if necessary.


11. The anti-drip feature is built in to this iron. It prevents water spitting when the temperature is too low.
12. Steam cannot be produced if the soleplate is not hot enough. It may result in water spitting or leaking from the soleplate. The anti-drip feature reduces water dripping and leaking when ironing at low temperatures.


13. This iron has built in the anti-calcium system that prolongs the life of the iron.
14. If you have very hard water, we recommend using distilled water instead of tap water.


15. This iron is equipped with an electronic auto-off feature that switches the iron off if it has been idle in the sideways, flat or upright positions for 7-9 minutes.
16. The auto-off light will flash in red on the LED display when the iron is in auto-off mode. To turn the iron back on, just gently rock the iron back and forth several times until the “Power ON” green light is re-illuminated. The green light will stop flashing once the iron has reached the preset temperature. The iron might have to warm up for a minute if the auto-off feature was activated for an extended time.


17. Fill the water tank to the “MAX” level. Do not overfill.
18. Stand the iron on its heel, standing up on a protected surface and plug into the electrical outlet
19. Set the Electronic Temperature Controls to “•••” setting. Wait until the green light stops flashing. The iron is now at the preset temperature.
20. Hold the iron horizontally over the sink. Slide and hold the steam control to the SELF CLEAN position.
21. Move the iron back and forth. Boiling water and steam will now be ejected from the holes in the soleplate. Use caution when doing this as the water and the steam are hot enough to cause burns.
22 Continue step 21 until the impurities and scale are washed away.
23. Empty any excess water from the tank. Don’t touch the hot surfaces, water or steam because injury may occur.
24. Set the steam control selector to “0”.
25. Place the iron in upright position and let it cool down.


26. Read all garment care labels before you start ironing. You can also test the temperature of the iron on a hem or an inside seam.
27. Iron similar fabrics together and in sequence of synthetic fibers acrylic, nylon, silk/wool, polyester, and cotton/linen. This will reduce the need to adjust the temperature frequently.




28. Always set the variable steam control to “0” after you have emptied the water tank.
29. Allow the iron to cool down before putting it away.
30. Place the iron in the upright position during heating up, cooling down and storage.
31. Avoid any sharp material contacting the soleplate.
32. Every two weeks, clean the exterior of the iron with a damp nsalu ndikupukuta youma.
33. If you use spray starch, wipe the soleplate occasionally with a soft, damp cloth to prevent deposit build-up.
34. If the iron hasn’t been used in a few weeks, hold the iron horizontally and allow steaming for 2. minutes before ironing.


35. Unplug the iron from the electrical outlet before pouring water into the iron.
36. Always empty the water in the iron after each use.
37. Never iron or steam clothes while they are being worn.
38. Be very careful when filling the iron with water. Injuries may occur if the hot metal parts, hot water or steam are contacted.


The iron doesn’t heat up. Iron should be plugged into a 120V AC electric outlet only.
Make sure the plug is securely in the socket.
Temperature setting might be too low.
Try turning to a higher setting.
Auto-off feature is activated.
An odor is being emitted from the new iron or small particles are coming out. Izi ndizabwinobwino.
Follow the instructions for first-time use and allow iron to steam through 2-3 fillings and press the steam burst button occasionally to eliminate small white particles.
Iron doesn’t steam Water tank may be empty or water level is very low. Add water.
Make sure the fabric/temperature setting and the variable steam control are correctly set. For maximum steam, set “MAX” on steam control and the temperature setting should be set on “•••.”
Steam control is set on “0.”
The soleplate is not hot enough and the anti-drip feature switches off the steam. Always allow the iron to reach the selected temperature with the variable steam control setting at “0.” For more steam, turn temperature dial to a higher setting and the steam control to “MAX.”
If the temperature setting and steam control settings are correct and there is no steam, gently move the iron left or right a couple of times. Move the Steam Control from “0” to “MAX” a few times
Water droplets coming from steam vents. Variable Steam Control may be set in “self clean” position.
Align the steam control to the “0” to “Max” steam setting.
Iron may not be hot enough. Set temperature to “•••” position. Always allow iron sufficient time to heat up before activating the variable steam control.
Overuse the steam burst. Allow more time between each burst.


EURO-PRO Ntchito LLC warrants this product to be free from material defects and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase when utilized for normal household use, subject to the following conditions, exclusions and exceptions.

Ngongole za EURO-PRO Operating LLC zimangokhala pamtengo wokonzanso kapena kusintha gawolo pazomwe tingasankhe. Chitsimikizochi sichimavala zovala zanthawi zonse ndipo sichigwira ntchito pagawo lililonse lomwe lakhala tampered with or used for commercial purposes. This limited warranty does not cover damage caused by misuse, abuse, negligent handling or damage due to faulty packaging or mishandling in transit. This warranty does not cover damage or defects caused by or resulting from damages from shipping or repairs, service or alteration to the product or any of its parts, which have been performed by a repair person not authorized by EURO-PRO Operating LLC.

Ngati chipangizo chanu chikulephereka kugwira ntchito moyenera pamene chikugwiritsidwa ntchito m'nthawi yapakhomo mkati mwa nthawi ya chitsimikizo, mutha kubweza chipangizo chonsecho ndi zina zonse pamodzi ndi umboni wogula ndi tsiku, katunduyo alipiretu. Kuti mupeze chithandizo chamakasitomala, imbani 1-800-798-7398 kapena pitani kwathu webtsamba pa www.

If the appliance is found by EURO-PRO Operating LLC to be defective, in EURO-PRO Operating LLC’s sole discretion, we will repair or replace it free of charge. Proof of purchase date and cheque made payable to EURO-PRO Operating LLC in the amount of $12.95 to cover the cost of return shipping and handling must be included.

This warranty is extended to the original purchaser of the unit and excludes all other legal, implied and/or conventional warranties. The responsibility of EURO-PRO Operating LLC if any, is limited to the specific obligations expressly assumed by it under the terms of this Limited Warranty. In no event is EURO-PRO Operating LLC liable for incidental or consequential damages to anyone of any nature whatsoever. Some states do not permit the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above may not apply to you.
Chitsimikizo Chocheperachi chimakupatsirani ufulu walamulo, ndipo mungakhalenso ndi maufulu ena omwe amasiyana mayiko ndi zigawo kapena zigawo.

* ZOFUNIKA: Nyamulani zinthu mosamala kuti mupewe kuwonongeka pakutumiza. Onetsetsani kuti muli ndi umboni wa tsiku logula ndikuyika a tag kuti mutengepo musanapake kuphatikizirapo dzina lanu, adilesi yonse ndi nambala yafoni yokhala ndi cholembera chopereka chidziwitso chogula, nambala yachitsanzo ndi zomwe mumakhulupirira kuti ndiye vuto ndi chinthucho. Tikukulimbikitsani kuti mutsimikizire phukusi (monga kuwonongeka kwa kutumiza sikukuphimbidwa ndi chitsimikizo chanu). Chongani kunja kwa phukusi lanu "ATTENTION CUSTOMER SERVICE". Tikuyesetsa nthawi zonse kukonza zinthu zathu, chifukwa chake zomwe zili pano zitha kusintha popanda kuzindikira.


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