Steam boost up to 90 g, Non-stick soleplate, Anti-scale GC1742/46
My Philips steam iron makes a noise
Various types of noises (such as pumping, rattling, ticking) are produced during ironing with your Philips steam iron. Learn more here.
Water is being pumped
When water is being pumped, your Philips steam iron might be noisy.
This is perfectly normal and to be expected with steam irons and steam generators that use a pump to generate more steam.
If your iron is a steam generator, you could reduce the noise by placing a cloth (or similar soft material) under the base.
A whooshing sound can be heard when steam comes out of the soleplate
High-pressure steam is causing this noise. This is normal for steam generators with high-pressure steam.
You can reduce the steam by selecting the ECO setting (if available).
The steam iron makes a loud pumping noise
The water tank is empty.
When the water tank is empty, the pump gets dry and this can cause noise coming from your steam iron.
Please check the water level in your iron.
If the water tank is empty, fill it in with water. Then press and hold the steam trigger until steam comes out of the soleplate.
If your iron is equipped with a water level magnet: Please check if it got stuck in the water container. If it did, you can release it by carefully shaking the water tank or by tapping the side of the container with your fingers.
The iron makes a ticking or rattling noise
Your iron needs to be descaled or the descaling mode is activated.