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-[* black] Image 1: The plastic covering plate is connected by snapfits to the product. A hinch is placed between both, this way by aplying some pressure the part can be pulled back. This is the first step in removing the plate.
-[* black] Image 2: The snapfits work in 2 different directions. To completely remove the covering plate the plastic housing has to be pulled back. No tools are needed.
-[* black] Image 3: The plastic baseplate can be removed by unscrewing the screw with a philps screwdriver.
+[* black] By following step 8 and 9 you will detatch the back surface of the steaming iron and expose the electrical wires. These steps also need to be completed to remove the water tank
+[* black] The plastic covering plate is connected by snapfits to the product. A hinch is placed between both. apply some pressure with a lever (we used a flathead screwdriver) and pull the part back with your hand to remove the transparent plastic part
+[* black] Image 3: Unscrew the exposed screw to remove the blue plastic part
+[* icon_caution] Be carefull with the snapjoints!! You don't want to break them