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How to Take Apart a Scunci Steamer

Taking apart a Scunci Steamer enables you to troubleshoot it for problems that cause it to operate less efficiently. This small, handy appliance enables you to steam clean hard surfaces and some types of flooring. Over time, mineral deposits may build up inside the steamer, thus causing it to work improperly. Taking the steamer apart allows you to clean it and repair the problems, therefore making it last longer.

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Step 1

Use a Phillips head screwdriver to take out the screws on the part where the steam comes out.

Step 2

Dismantle another section of the steamer by removing the screw at the bottom of the handle.

Step 3

Remove the plastic hosing screws to release the hosing from the Scunci steamer. Some models may require that you simply unsnap the hose. This enables you to clean the hoses thoroughly.

Step 4

Twist off the nut and washers inside the area where the hose attaches with your fingers.

Step 5

Look underneath the rubber flap surrounding the hole where you add the water to the steamer. Remove these screws as well. This enables you to take apart the appliance.

Step 6

Use the end of the screwdriver or a metal punch to loosen the brass rod by tapping on it. Take it out once it comes loose.

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Chelsea Fitzgerald covers topics related to family, health, green living and travel. Before her writing career, she worked in the medical field for 21 years. Fitzgerald studied education at the University of Arkansas and University of Memphis.