Miele HR1421 Operating instructions

Installation Instructions
30" Electric, 30" Induction Range
30", 36" All Gas Range
30", 36", 48" Dual Fuel Range
To prevent accidents and damage to the range, you must read all
instructions supplied before installing or using the appliance.
en–US, CA
M.-Nr. 09 898 160
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 WARNING
Children and adults can tip over the range if has not been
secured. This may lead to fatal injuries.
 This range must be secured and connected using the anti-tip
device according to the installation instructions.
 If you have moved the range, slide the locking latch onto the antitip device until you feel it lock into place.
 Do not use the range if the anti-tip device has not been properly
installed and engaged.
 Failure to observe the information contained in the installation
instructions can lead to serious or fatal injuries for children and
adults.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 WARNING: If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or
explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury, or death.
– Do not use or store gasoline or other flammable liquids or vapors in the vicinity
of this or any other appliance.
– WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
– Do not try to light any appliance.
– Do not touch any electric switches.
– Do not use any phones inside your building.
– Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's phone. Follow the gas
supplier's instructions.
– If you are unable to reach your gas provider, call the fire department.
– Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, qualified
service agency or your gas provider.
(In Massachusetts, installation must be performed by a licensed installer / gas
fitter.)
– Note to the installer:
Please give these installation instructions to the consumer for the local
electrical/gas inspector.
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Contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS................................................................. 2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS................................................................. 6
Notes on installation ............................................................................................ 13
Model numbers ..................................................................................................... 13
Data plate .............................................................................................................. 13
Distance to the range hood.................................................................................... 13
Items included with this range ............................................................................... 13
Toe-kick and drop guard................................................................................... 14
Installation of the toe-kick................................................................................. 14
Installation of the drop guard............................................................................ 14
Optional accessories ............................................................................................. 15
RBGAG All Gas Backguard/RBGDF Dual Fuel Backguard............................... 15
RBS Backsplash ............................................................................................... 17
XKM 3000 W Remote Vision............................................................................. 17
Required connections ............................................................................................ 19
Electric Range dimensions ................................................................................. 20
HR 1421; HR 1622 ................................................................................................. 20
Detailed views of HR 1421..................................................................................... 22
Detailed views of HR 1622..................................................................................... 25
All Gas Range dimensions .................................................................................. 28
HR 1124, HR 1134, HR 1135, HR 1136................................................................. 28
Detailed views of HR 1124..................................................................................... 30
Detailed views of HR 1134..................................................................................... 33
Detailed views of HR 1135..................................................................................... 36
Detailed views of HR 1136..................................................................................... 39
Dual Fuel Range dimensions .............................................................................. 42
HR 1924, HR 1934, HR 1935, HR 1936, HR 1954, HR 1955, HR 1956................. 42
Detailed views of HR 1924..................................................................................... 45
Detailed views of HR 1934..................................................................................... 48
Detailed views of HR 1935..................................................................................... 51
Detailed views of HR 1936..................................................................................... 54
Detailed views of HR 1954..................................................................................... 57
Detailed views of HR 1955..................................................................................... 60
Detailed views of HR 1956..................................................................................... 63
Anti-tip device ...................................................................................................... 66
Before installation .................................................................................................. 66
Checking the installation space ............................................................................. 67
Included accessories ............................................................................................. 67
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Contents
Installation dimensions of locking bolt................................................................... 68
Installing the range with the anti-tip device ........................................................... 68
Disconnecting the range from the anti-tip device.................................................. 71
Electrical connection ........................................................................................... 72
Data plate.......................................................................................................... 73
Plumbing ............................................................................................................... 75
Notes on connecting to the water supply .............................................................. 75
Attach the stainless steel hose to the range. ......................................................... 76
Connecting to the water supply............................................................................. 76
Gas connection .................................................................................................... 77
Converting to another gas type .......................................................................... 79
Burner ratings....................................................................................................... 80
Burner rating gas cooktops ................................................................................... 80
Burner rating gas ovens ......................................................................................... 86
Caring for the environment ................................................................................. 87
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using the appliance, follow basic safety precautions, including the
following:
Read all instructions before installation and use of the range to prevent
accidents and machine damage.
This range complies with current safety requirements. However,
improper use of the appliance can result in personal injury or
damage to property.
Please read the installation instructions carefully before installing
and connecting the appliance.
Read the operating instructions before using the range for the first
time. To prevent accidents and damage to the appliance, always
observe both the installation instructions and operating
instructions. Both documents contain important information about
installation, safety, use and maintenance.
Miele cannot be held liable for damage occurring as a result of
non-compliance with the instructions.
Keep these installation instructions and operating instructions in a
safe place and pass them on to any future owner.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Use
 This range is intended for domestic use and use in other similar
environments.
 This appliance is not intended for outdoor use.
 Use the range exclusively under normal domestic conditions:
– Use the oven for baking, roasting, broiling, defrosting, canning
and drying food.
– Use the stovetop to prepare food and keep it warm.
Any other use is not permitted.
 Risk of Fire! Do not use this oven to store or dry flammable
materials.
 Persons who lack physical, sensory or mental abilities, or
experience with the appliance should not use it without supervision
or instruction by a responsible person.
Children
 As with any appliance, close supervision is necessary when used
by children.
 Children under the age of eight must be kept away from the range
unless constantly supervised.
 Children must not be allowed to clean or maintain the range
without supervision.
 Please supervise any children in the vicinity of the range and do
not let them play with the appliance.
 Burn hazard from improper use! Do not allow children to operate
the oven.
 Danger of suffocation! Ensure that any plastic wrappings, bags,
etc. are disposed of safely and kept out of the reach of children.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 Burn hazard!
Keep the spaces above and behind the range clear of any items that
could draw the attention of children. Otherwise, they can be tempted
into climbing onto the appliance.
 Danger of injury. Never allow children to hang or lean on any part
of the appliance.
Technical safety
 Installation, repair and maintenance work should be performed by
a Miele authorized service technician in accordance with national
and local safety regulations and the provided installation
instructions. Contact Miele’s Technical Service Department for
examination, repair or adjustment. Repairs and other work by
unauthorized persons could be dangerous and may void the
warranty.
 Do not carry or lift the range by the oven door handle or the
control panel!
 Check whether the anti-tip device is properly installed and locked
into place (see "Anti-tip device"):
– The anti-tip device must be fastened to the floor or wall with
suitable screws.
– You must be able to feel that the locking latch is engaged in the
bolt of the anti-tip device.
 Slide the range's locking latch into place on the anti-tip device.
The locking latch must be noticeably engaged with the bolt of the
anti-tip bracket.
 WARNING! This range sits on wheels, which allow it to be
moved more easily.
Do not move the range if it is still hot. To avoid injuries from
tipping, make sure that the range is locked into place on the antitip device after moving, and be sure to lock the wheels.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 A damaged range can be dangerous. Always check for visible
signs of damage. Never use a damaged appliance.
 Reliable and safe operation of the range can only be guaranteed if
it is connected to the public power supply.
 The electrical safety of the range can only be guaranteed when it
is properly grounded. Compliance with this essential safety
requirement is absolutely mandatory. If in any doubt, please have
the building's wiring system inspected by a qualified electrician.
 To avoid damaging the range, make sure that the connection data
(voltage and frequency) on the data plate correspond to the
building's power supply before connecting the appliance.
When in doubt, consult a qualified electrician.
 During installation, maintenance and repair work, e.g. if the oven
lighting is broken (see "Frequently asked questions"), the range must
be completely disconnected from the household electricity supply.
The gas supply must be shut off. Ensure that this is the case by:
– removing the fuse,
– "tripping" the circuit breaker, or
– unplugging the unit. Pull the plug not the cord.
– Shut off the gas supply and, if necessary, disconnect the range
from the gas line. Installation and maintenance of the gas
connection must be performed by qualified installers, service
agencies or gas providers.
 Do not use a power strip or extension cord to connect the range
to electricity. These are a fire hazard and do not guarantee the
required level of appliance safety.
 Any contact with live connections or tampering with the electrical
or mechanical components of the range will endanger your safety
and may lead to appliance malfunctions.
Do not open the appliance housing under any circumstances.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 This appliance must not be installed and operated in mobile
installations (e.g. on a ship).
 Any repairs not performed by a Miele authorized service
technician will void the warranty.
 Defective components should be replaced by Miele original parts
only. Only with these parts can the manufacturer guarantee the
safety of the appliance.
 Risk of electric shock! If the ceramic surface of the stovetop is
defective or chipped, cracked or broken in any way, immediately
switch the stovetop off and do not continue to use it. Disconnect the
range from the power supply and contact Miele Technical Service.
 In order for the range to function properly, it requires an adequate
supply of cool air. Ensure that the air flow is not impaired. Also be
sure that the cool air supply is not excessively heated by other heat
sources (e.g. solid fuel stoves).
 If the range is installed behind a cabinet door, do not close the
door while the appliance is in operation. Heat and moisture can build
up behind the closed door and cause damage to the range and to
the surrounding cabinets and flooring. Do not close the door until
the appliance has completely cooled down.
 Do not install kitchen cabinets above the range, since reaching
over a hot stovetop to access the cabinets can result in burns. If it is
necessary to install cabinets, you can reduce the risk of burns by
installing a range hood that extends at least 4 3/4" (12 cm) past the
bottom of the cabinets.
 The water shutoff valve must be accessible after the range has
been installed.
 The integrated Waterproof System offers protection against water
damage if the following conditions are met:
– The range is properly installed (connected to electric and water
supply).
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
– The range is repaired immediately whenever damage is detected.
– The water supply is shut off during extended periods of non-use
(e.g. vacation).
 Hard water, water containing minerals and water from reverse
osmosis filtering systems can damage the range. Only use filtered,
softened and demineralized water from the building's plumbing to
supply the range.
Preparing your appliance for an extended vacation
 If you elect to turn off the water to your home for an extended
period of time, please note that this may not be enough to reduce
the risk of a leak. To be completely safe, you must turn off the water
supply to each individual appliance.
Cleaning and care
 Do not use a steam cleaner to clean the range.
The steam may reach electrical components and cause a short
circuit.
 Only clean parts listed in these Operating and Installation
Instructions.
 Scratches on the door glass can cause the glass to break.
Do not use abrasive cleaners, hard sponges, brushes or sharp metal
tools to clean the door glass.
 The shelf runners can be removed for cleaning purposes (see
"Cleaning and care"). Ensure they are correctly fitted after cleaning
and never operate the oven without the shelf runners inserted.
 There is a seal around the oven interior which seals the inside of
the door. Take care not to rub, damage or move the gasket.
 Do not use oven cleaners. Commercial oven cleaners or oven
liners of any kind should not be used in or around any part of the
oven.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 Debris should be removed before running the Self Clean program.
If not removed this debris can smoke causing the self-cleaning
program to turn itself off.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS AND REVIEW THEM PERIODICALLY
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Notes on installation
Model numbers
Items included with this range
A list of the ovens described in these
operating instructions can be found on
the back page.
The range is supplied with:
Data plate
– Installation Instructions,
– Multiple operating instructions
(depending on model) for:
The data plate is behind the toe-kick.
The toe-kick cover is attached to the
base of the range by magnets so it can
be removed and put back again easily.
– Electric Range
There you can find the model number,
the serial number and the connection
data (voltage/frequency/maximum rated
load) for your range.
– Gas Cooktop
Have this information available when
contacting Miele Technical Service.
Distance to the range hood
– Induction Range
– Convection Oven
– Gas Convection Oven
– Speed Oven
– Warming Drawer
– an anti-tip device including screws
for fastening the range,
– various accessories.
The minimum clearance between the
appliance and a range hood above will
be listed by the hood manufacturer.
If the hood manufacturer's instructions
are not available or if flammable objects
are installed over the appliance (e.g.,
cabinets, utensil rail, etc.), a minimum
safety distance of 30" (760 mm) must
be maintained.
If there is more than one appliance
installed below the range hood, each
with a different safety clearance, the
largest clearance must be used.
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Notes on installation
Toe-kick and drop guard
30" and 36" range
The components are located in the
packaging of the range.
48" range
The components are already
mounted.
Installation of the drop guard
The drop guard covers the gap
between the oven cavity and the door.
 Open the oven door.
Installation of the toe-kick
The toe-kick has sheet metal lugs and
magnets by means of which it can be
positioned and attached to the base
of the range.
 Position the toe-kick in such a way
that the sheet metal lugs are facing
the provided holes in the base.
 Push the toe-kick onto the base of
the range until it audibly locks into
place.
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 Lay the drop guard over the gap
between the oven cavity and the
door.
 Close the oven door.
Notes on installation
Optional accessories
All accessories and cleaning products
listed in these instructions are designed
to be used with the Miele range.
These can be ordered from the Miele
website (see end of this booklet for
contact details).
When ordering, please have your model
number available.
RBGAG All Gas Backguard/RBGDF
Dual Fuel Backguard
Depending on the model, you can
exchange the existing island trim of
your appliance for a larger range
backguard. The backguard is available
in the following heights: 12" (305 mm)
and 20" (508 mm).
Mounting the RBGAG All Gas
Backguard
The rear of the range must be
accessible.
Mount the backguard before installing
the anti-tip device and connecting of
the range.
 Loosen the screws of the island trim.
 Pull back the island trim slightly until
it can be removed.
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2
2
Mounting the RBGDF Dual Fuel
Backguard
The rear of the range must be
accessible.
Mount the backguard before installing
the anti-tip device and connecting of
the range.
 Loosen the screws of the island trim.
 Pull back the island trim slightly until
it can be removed.
The backguard can be installed in
reverse order.
a Extender
b Air ducts
 Insert one extender onto each of the
left and right air ducts.
 Screw the extenders into place with 2
screws each.
The backguard can be installed in
reverse order.
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Notes on installation
1
12" Backguard
2
a Backguard
b Range
 Slide the Backguard over the air duct
extenders.
20" Backguard
 Once the backguard is placed on the
Range push the Backguard
backwards.
 Secure the Backguard using the
existing screws.
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Notes on installation
RBS Backsplash
The backsplash is intended for
mounting to a Miele range hood.
Observe the installation instructions of
the Miele range hood.
XKM 3000 W Remote Vision
Depending on the model, the range
maybe compatible with
RemoteVisionTM.
In order to use the RemoteVisionTM
monitoring service, you will require a
XKM 3000 W Communication Module.
Refer to the Operating and Installation
Instructions of the Miele XKM 3000 W
Communication Module.
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Notes on installation
Do not carry or lift the range by the oven door handle or the control panel!
The range is heavy.
Due to the size and weight of the appliance, installation should be performed
by two people.
The net weight of the range with accessories is as follows:
Model
Width
Net weight incl.
accessories:
HR 1421
HR 1622
HR 112x
HR 192x
30" (762 mm)
approx. 307 lbs (140 kg)
HR 113x
HR 193x
36" (914 mm)
approx. 405 lbs (180 kg)
HR 195x
48" (1219 mm)
approx. 573 lbs (260 kg)
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Notes on installation
Installation location
This appliance is not intended for outdoor use.
Ranges with a connection to the water supply should not be installed in rooms
where there is a risk of freezing temperatures.
The floor of the space where the appliance is to be installed must be flat, level and
made of a strong, rigid material.
Because the range is heavy and requires attachment of the anti-tip device
supplied, the surface must be able to fully bear the load of the appliance. If
necessary, seek the advice of an architect or construction expert.
Ventilation
The air intake and outlet openings must not be covered or blocked in any way.
They should be dusted on a regular basis.
Required connections
Model
Electrical
connection
Gas connection
Plumbing
HR 1421
X
–
–
HR 1622
X
–
X
HR 112x
HR 113x
X
X
–
HR 192x
HR 193x
HR 195x
X
X
X
X Connection required
– Connection not provided
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Electric Range dimensions
HR 1421; HR 1622
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Electric Range dimensions
HR 1421; HR 1622
Position
Dimension

13" (330 mm)
Maximum depth of top cabinet

6" (152 mm)
Minimum distance (left and right) to flammable
surfaces

18" (547 mm)
Minimum distance to bottom edge of top cabinet

30" (762 mm)
Minimum distance between the top of the cooking
area and the bottom of an unprotected wooden or
metal cabinet
or 24" (609 mm)
Minimum distance if the bottom of the wooden or
metal cabinet is not protected by less than 1/4inch-thick, flame-retardant cardboard, which is
covered and protected by no less than No. 28
MSG sheet steel, 0.015-inch-thick stainless sheet
steel, or covered with 0.024-inch-thick aluminum
or 0.020-inch-thick sheet copper.
35 1/2"–37"
(901 - 940 mm)
Distance from floor to cooktop surface


30 1/16“ + 1/16" Width of cabinet opening
(763.6 mm +
1.58 mm)

approx.
10 13/16"
(274 mm)

approx. 4 1/2"
(115 mm)

Description
Maximum connection width right and left
Maximum connection height
approx. 2 13/16" Maximum connection depth
(72 mm)
The gray areas represent the minimum distance from flammable surfaces.
The hatched areas represent the installation areas for the connections.
For island installations, 12" (305 mm) minimum distance from back of range to flammable
rear wall above countertop.
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Electric Range dimensions
Detailed views of HR 1421
Side view of HR 1421
47 5/8" (1210mm)
5 9/16" (141mm)
(x)
22 1/16" (561mm)
35 1/2 - 37" (901.7 - 939.8mm)
24 15/16" (633mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
27 1/4" (692mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
28 15/16" (734.4mm)
(x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm 139.7 mm)
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Electric Range dimensions
10 15/16" (278mm)
1/8" (3mm)
9 1/4" (235mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
2 3/8" (60mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
Detailed front side view of HR 1421
1 1/4" (32mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
2 9/16" (65.2mm)
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Electric Range dimensions
30 5/8"
(778.5mm)
Rear view of HR 1421
E
E = Electrical connection
24
24 3
(619
/8"
.9mm
)
Electric Range dimensions
Detailed views of HR 1622
Side view of HR 1622
47 5/8" (1210mm)
5 9/16" (141mm)
(x)
22 1/16" (561mm)
35 1/2 - 37" (901.7 - 939.8mm)
24 15/16" (633mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
27 1/4" (692mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
28 15/16" (734.4mm)
(x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm 139.7 mm)
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Electric Range dimensions
10 15/16" (278mm)
1/8" (3mm)
9 1/4" (235mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
2 3/8" (60mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
Detailed front side view of HR 1622
1 1/4" (32mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
2 9/16" (65.2mm)
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Electric Range dimensions
5 7/8"
(149mm)
Rear view of HR 1622
30 5/8"
(778.5mm)
W
3 1/4
E
24 3
(619
(81.8
"
mm)
/8"
.9mm
)
E = Electrical connection
W = Water connection
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All Gas Range dimensions
HR 1124, HR 1134, HR 1135, HR 1136
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Position
Dimension

13" (330 mm)
Maximum depth of top cabinet

6" (152 mm)
Minimum distance (left and right) to flammable
surfaces

18" (457 mm)
Minimum distance to bottom edge of top cabinet

30" (762 mm)
Minimum distance between the top of the cooking
area and the bottom of an unprotected wooden or
metal cabinet

35 1/2"–37"
(901 - 940 mm)
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Description
Distance from floor to cooktop surface
All Gas Range dimensions
HR 1124
Position

Dimension
30 1/16“ + 1/16" Width of cabinet opening
(763.6 mm +
1.58 mm)

approx.
10 13/16"
(274 mm)

approx. 4 1/2"
(115 mm)

Description
Maximum connection width right and left
Maximum connection height
approx. 2 13/16" Maximum connection depth
(72 mm)
HHR 1134, HR 1135, HR 1136
Position
Dimension
Description

36 1/16“ + 1/16" Width of cabinet opening
(916 mm +
1.58 mm)

approx. 13 3/4"
(350 mm)
Maximum connection width right and left

approx. 4 1/2"
(115 mm)
Maximum connection height

approx. 2 13/16" Maximum connection depth
(72 mm)
The gray areas represent the minimum distance from flammable surfaces.
The hatched areas represent the installation areas for the connections.
For island installations, 12" (305 mm) minimum distance from back of range to flammable
rear wall above countertop.
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All Gas Range dimensions
Detailed views of HR 1124
Side view of HR 1124
47 5/8" (1210mm)
24 15/16" (633mm)
5 9/16" (141mm)
(x)
22 1/16" (561mm)
35 1/2 - 37" (901.7 - 939.8mm)
36 9/16" - 38 1/16" (928.7 - 966.8mm)
37 1/16" - 38 9/16" (941.7 - 979.8mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
27 1/4" (692mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
28 15/16" (734.4mm)
(x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm 139.7 mm)
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All Gas Range dimensions
10 15/16" (278mm)
1/8" (3mm)
9 1/4" (235mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
2 3/8" (60mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
Detailed front side view of HR 1124
1 1/4" (32mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
2 9/16" (65.2mm)
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All Gas Range dimensions
Rear view of HR 1124
30 5/8"
(778.5mm)
G
E
E = Electrical connection
G = Gas connection
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24 3
(619
2 15
(75.4
/8"
/16"
.9mm
mm)
)
All Gas Range dimensions
Detailed views of HR 1134
Side view of HR 1134
47 5/8" (1210mm)
24 15/16" (633mm)
5 9/16" (141mm)
(x)
22 1/16" (561mm)
35 1/2 - 37" (901.7 - 939.8mm)
36 9/16" - 38 1/16" (928.7 - 966.8mm)
37 1/16" - 38 9/16" (941.7 - 979.8mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
27 1/4" (692mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
28 15/16" (734.4mm)
(x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm 139.7 mm)
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All Gas Range dimensions
10 15/16" (278mm)
1/8" (3mm)
9 1/4" (235mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
2 3/8" (60mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
Detailed front side view of HR 1134
1 1/4" (32mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
2 9/16" (65.2mm)
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All Gas Range dimensions
Rear view of HR 1134
30 5/8"
(778.5mm)
G
27 3
E
/8" (6
96.1
m
m)
33
(94.5 /4"
mm)
E = Electrical connection
G = Gas connection
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All Gas Range dimensions
Detailed views of HR 1135
Side view of HR 1135
47 5/8" (1210mm)
24 15/16" (633mm)
5 9/16" (141mm)
(x)
22 1/16" (561mm)
35 1/2 - 37" (901.7 - 939.8mm)
36 9/16" - 38 1/16" (928.7 - 966.8mm)
37 1/16" - 38 9/16" (941.7 - 979.8mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
27 1/4" (692mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
28 15/16" (734.4mm)
(x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm 139.7 mm)
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All Gas Range dimensions
10 15/16" (278mm)
1/8" (3mm)
9 1/4" (235mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
2 3/8" (60mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
Detailed front side view of HR 1135
1 1/4" (32mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
2 9/16" (65.2mm)
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All Gas Range dimensions
Rear view of HR 1135
30 5/8"
(778.5mm)
G
27 3
E
E = Electrical connection
G = Gas connection
38
/8" (6
96.1
m
m)
33
(94.5 /4"
mm)
All Gas Range dimensions
Detailed views of HR 1136
Side view of HR 1136
47 5/8" (1210mm)
24 15/16" (633mm)
5 9/16" (141mm)
(x)
22 1/16" (561mm)
35 1/2 - 37" (901.7 - 939.8mm)
36 9/16" - 38 1/16" (928.7 - 966.8mm)
37 1/16" - 38 9/16" (941.7 - 979.8mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
27 1/4" (692mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
28 15/16" (734.4mm)
(x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm 139.7 mm)
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All Gas Range dimensions
10 15/16" (278mm)
1/8" (3mm)
9 1/4" (235mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
2 3/8" (60mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
Detailed front side view of HR 1136
1 1/4" (32mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
2 9/16" (65.2mm)
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All Gas Range dimensions
Rear view of HR 1136
30 5/8"
(778.5mm)
G
27 3
E
/8" (6
96.1
m
m)
33
(94.5 /4"
mm)
E = Electrical connection
G = Gas connection
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
HR 1924, HR 1934, HR 1935, HR 1936, HR 1954, HR 1955,
HR 1956
1
Position
Dimension

13" (330 mm)
Maximum depth of top cabinet

6" (152 mm)
Minimum distance (left and right) to flammable
surfaces

18" (457 mm)
Minimum distance to bottom edge of top cabinet

30" (762 mm)
Minimum distance between the top of the cooking
area and the bottom of an unprotected wooden or
metal cabinet

35 1/2"–37"
(901 - 940 mm)
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Description
Distance from floor to cooktop surface
Dual Fuel Range dimensions
HR 1924
Position

Dimension
30 1/16“ + 1/16" Width of cabinet opening
(763.6 mm +
1.58 mm)

approx.
10 13/16"
(274 mm)

approx. 4 1/2"
(115 mm)

Description
Maximum connection width right and left
Maximum connection height
approx. 2 13/16" Maximum connection depth
(72 mm)
HR 1934, HR 1935, HR 1936
Position
Dimension
Description

36 1/16“ + 1/16" Width of cabinet opening
(916 mm +
1.58 mm)

approx. 13 3/4"
(350 mm)
Maximum connection width right and left

approx. 4 1/2"
(115 mm)
Maximum connection height

approx. 2 13/16" Maximum connection depth
(72 mm)
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
HR 1954, HR 1955, HR 1956
Position
Dimension
Description

48 1/16“ + 1/16" Width of cabinet opening
(1220.8 mm +
1.58 mm)

approx. 20 1/2"
(518 mm)
Maximum connection width right and left

approx. 3 1/2"
(90 mm)
Maximum connection height

approx. 2 13/16" Maximum connection depth
(72 mm)
The gray areas represent the minimum distance from flammable surfaces.
The hatched areas represent the installation areas for the connections.
For island installations, 12" (305 mm) minimum distance from back of range to flammable
rear wall above countertop.
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
Detailed views of HR 1924
Side view of HR 1924
47 5/8" (1210mm)
24 15/16" (633mm)
5 9/16" (141mm)
(x)
22 1/16" (561mm)
35 1/2 - 37" (901.7 - 939.8mm)
36 9/16" - 38 1/16" (928.7 - 966.8mm)
37 1/16" - 38 9/16" (941.7 - 979.8mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
27 1/4" (692mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
28 15/16" (734.4mm)
(x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm 139.7 mm)
45
Dual Fuel Range dimensions
10 15/16" (278mm)
1/8" (3mm)
9 1/4" (235mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
2 3/8" (60mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
Detailed front side view of HR 1924
1 1/4" (32mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
2 9/16" (65.2mm)
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
5 7/8"
(149mm)
Rear view of HR 1924
G
30 5/8"
(778.5mm)
W
E
5 15
(151
/16"
24 3
(619
.3mm
)
/8"
2 15
(75.4
/16"
mm)
.9mm
)
E = Electrical connection
W = Water connection
G = Gas connection
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
Detailed views of HR 1934
Side view of HR 1934
47 5/8" (1210mm)
24 15/16" (633mm)
5 9/16" (141mm)
(x)
22 1/16" (561mm)
35 1/2 - 37" (901.7 - 939.8mm)
36 9/16" - 38 1/16" (928.7 - 966.8mm)
37 1/16" - 38 9/16" (941.7 - 979.8mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
27 1/4" (692mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
28 15/16" (734.4mm)
(x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm 139.7 mm)
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
10 15/16" (278mm)
1/8" (3mm)
9 1/4" (235mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
2 3/8" (60mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
Detailed front side view of HR 1934
1 1/4" (32mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
2 9/16" (65.2mm)
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
6 1/16"
(153.8mm)
Rear view of HR 1934
W
30 5/8"
(778.5mm)
G
E
33
27 3
61
/8" (6
96.1
m
m)
E = Electrical connection
W = Water connection
G = Gas connection
50
(158 /4"
mm)
(94.5 /4"
mm)
Dual Fuel Range dimensions
Detailed views of HR 1935
Side view of HR 1935
47 5/8" (1210mm)
24 15/16" (633mm)
5 9/16" (141mm)
(x)
22 1/16" (561mm)
35 1/2 - 37" (901.7 - 939.8mm)
36 9/16" - 38 1/16" (928.7 - 966.8mm)
37 1/16" - 38 9/16" (941.7 - 979.8mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
27 1/4" (692mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
28 15/16" (734.4mm)
(x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm 139.7 mm)
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
10 15/16" (278mm)
1/8" (3mm)
9 1/4" (235mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
2 3/8" (60mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
Detailed front side view of HR 1935
1 1/4" (32mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
2 9/16" (65.2mm)
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
6 1/16"
(153.8mm)
Rear view of HR 1935
W
30 5/8"
(778.5mm)
G
E
33
27 3
61
/8" (6
96.1
m
m)
(158 /4"
mm)
(94.5 /4"
mm)
E = Electrical connection
W = Water connection
G = Gas connection
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
Detailed views of HR 1936
Side view of HR 1936
47 5/8" (1210mm)
24 15/16" (633mm)
5 9/16" (141mm)
(x)
22 1/16" (561mm)
35 1/2 - 37" (901.7 - 939.8mm)
36 9/16" - 38 1/16" (928.7 - 966.8mm)
37 1/16" - 38 9/16" (941.7 - 979.8mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
27 1/4" (692mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
28 15/16" (734.4mm)
(x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm 139.7 mm)
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
10 15/16" (278mm)
1/8" (3mm)
9 1/4" (235mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
2 3/8" (60mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
Detailed front side view of HR 1936
1 1/4" (32mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
2 9/16" (65.2mm)
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
6 1/16"
(153.8mm)
Rear view of HR 1936
W
30 5/8"
(778.5mm)
G
E
33
27 3
61
/8" (6
96.1
m
m)
E = Electrical connection
W = Water connection
G = Gas connection
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(158 /4"
mm)
(94.5 /4"
mm)
Dual Fuel Range dimensions
Detailed views of HR 1954
Side view of HR 1954
47 5/8" (1210mm)
24 15/16" (633mm)
5 9/16" (141mm)
(x)
22 1/16" (561mm)
35 1/2 - 37" (901.7 - 939.8mm)
36 9/16" - 38 1/16" (928.7 - 966.8mm)
37 1/16" - 38 9/16" (941.7 - 979.8mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
27 1/4" (692mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
28 15/16" (734.4mm)
(x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm 139.7 mm)
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
10 15/16" (278mm)
1/8" (3mm)
9 1/4" (235mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
2 3/8" (60mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
Detailed front side view of HR 1954
1 1/4" (32mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
2 9/16" (65.2mm)
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
Rear view of HR 1954
E
23 1
40 7
(102
(590
/16"
/4"
.7mm
)
(805mm)
31 11/16"
5 9/16"
G
(140.8mm)
W
3 3/
(95.7 4"
mm)
7.7m
m)
E = Electrical connection
W = Water connection
G = Gas connection
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
Detailed views of HR 1955
Side view of HR 1955
47 5/8" (1210mm)
24 15/16" (633mm)
5 9/16" (141mm)
(x)
22 1/16" (561mm)
35 1/2 - 37" (901.7 - 939.8mm)
36 9/16" - 38 1/16" (928.7 - 966.8mm)
37 1/16" - 38 9/16" (941.7 - 979.8mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
27 1/4" (692mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
28 15/16" (734.4mm)
(x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm 139.7 mm)
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
10 15/16" (278mm)
1/8" (3mm)
9 1/4" (235mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
2 3/8" (60mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
Detailed front side view of HR 1955
1 1/4" (32mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
2 9/16" (65.2mm)
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
Rear view of HR 1955
E
40 7
(102
E = Electrical connection
W = Water connection
G = Gas connection
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23 1
/4
(590
/16"
7.7m
m)
"
.7mm
)
3 3/
(95.7 4"
mm)
(805mm)
31 11/16"
5 9/16"
G
(140.8mm)
W
Dual Fuel Range dimensions
Detailed views of HR 1956
Side view of HR 1956
47 5/8" (1210mm)
24 15/16" (633mm)
5 9/16" (141mm)
(x)
22 1/16" (561mm)
35 1/2 - 37" (901.7 - 939.8mm)
36 9/16" - 38 1/16" (928.7 - 966.8mm)
37 1/16" - 38 9/16" (941.7 - 979.8mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
27 1/4" (692mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
28 15/16" (734.4mm)
(x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm 139.7 mm)
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
10 15/16" (278mm)
1/8" (3mm)
9 1/4" (235mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
8 1/8" (207mm)
2 3/8" (60mm)
1 9/16" (40mm)
Detailed front side view of HR 1956
1 1/4" (32mm)
1 3/4" (45mm)
2 9/16" (65.2mm)
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Dual Fuel Range dimensions
Rear view of HR 1956
E
40 7
(102
23 1
/4
(590
/16"
"
.7mm
)
(805mm)
31 11/16"
5 9/16"
G
(140.8mm)
W
3 3/
(95.7 4"
mm)
7.7m
m)
E = Electrical connection
W = Water connection
G = Gas connection
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Anti-tip device
Before installation
 WARNING
Children and adults can tip over the
range if has not been secured. This
may lead to fatal injuries.
Make sure that the anti-tip device is
properly installed and locked into
place. It should be screwed to the
floor or wall and engage with the
center of the bottom of the range.
You must take care to protect the
installed flooring when moving the
range.
After moving the range, make sure
that the anti-tip device locks back
into place. It should be screwed to
the floor or wall and engage with the
center of the bottom of the range.
Do not use the range if the anti-tip
device has not been properly
installed and engaged.
Due to the size and weight of the
appliance, installation should be
carried out by two people.
We recommend removing the oven
door before installing the range (see
"Removing the door" in the Operating
Instructions) and all accessories from
the oven interior. This will make it
easier to install the appliance in its
designated space.
Once the range has been installed and
secured against tipping, you can
reattach the oven door (see
"Reinstalling the door" in the
Operating Instructions).
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Do not carry or lift the range by the
oven door handle or the control
panel!
Anti-tip device
Checking the installation
space
Install the anti-tip device on the floor,
concrete wall or timber framing. The
surface must be flat and level.
Included accessories
– 1 anti-tip device
– 4 screws
– 4 plugs
 Check the base surface.
 Check the installation dimensions.
 Check the diagrams for the building's
supply lines. Make sure that you do
not damage any lines when drilling
the holes to attach the anti-tip
device.
 Check the position of the electric,
gas and water connections (see
"Electrical connection", "Gas
connection" and "Plumbing"). An
overview on the electrical
connections for your range can be
found in "Notes on installation".
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Anti-tip device
Installation dimensions of
locking bolt
Installing the range with the
anti-tip device
X
 Wear safety shoes and gloves.
Anti-tip device, front view
Model
Width
X
HR 1421
HR 1622
HR 112x
HR 192x
30"
(762 mm)
3 13/16"
(97 mm)
HR 113x
HR 193x
36"
(914 mm)
3 13/16"
(97 mm)
HR 195x
48"
(1219 mm)
3 1/4"
(82 mm)
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The anti-tip device should be installed
at the bottom rear of the range at the
midpoint of the width.
 Measure the installation space for the
range close to floor level.
 Mark the wall at the middle of the
space width.
 Position the notch of the anti-tip
bracket on the wall marking.
The anti-tip device must fit tightly on
the floor or the wall.
Anti-tip device
2
Do not push the range into
position until all the utility
connections have been made.
The toe-kick cover is attached to the
base of the range by magnets.
1
3
Attaching to the floor
3
2
1
Attaching to the wall
a Anti-tip device
b Screws
c Locking nut
 Secure the anti-tip device  to the
floor surface with suitable bearing
capacity, either to the floor or wall.
using four screws .
 Screw the locking nut  to the bolt,
see the "Installation dimensions of
locking bolt" table.
1
2
a Toe-kick cover
b Locking clamp
 Remove the toe-kick cover  from
the appliance.
 Pull out the locking clamp .
The locking clamp extends through
the toe-kick plate of the range
housing. Its length is approximately
equal to the depth of the range.
A slot is located in the non-visible rear
section of the locking clamp. This slot
will engage with the bolt of the anti-tip
device when you slide the locking
latch into the range.
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Anti-tip device
Complete all necessary
connections for the range. Read the
information in the "Electrical
connection", "Gas connection" and
"Plumbing" sections.
The range can be damaged if it is
lifted using the cover, the trim or
the door handle.
Open the oven door and hold the
appliance by the front of the oven
interior.
Lift the range and move it with the
help of the rear wheels.
Use a level to align the range
– Left and right rear adjustment :
You will need a 3/8" (10 mm)
open-end wrench.
– Left and right front adjustment :
You will need a 5/8" (16 mm)
open-end wrench for the locknut
and an open-end wrench (1/2" (13
mm)) for the adjustable nut.
 Slide the range into position, guiding
the middle of the appliance onto the
anti-tip device. Slide the appliance all
the way back to the wall.
3
2
1
2
3
a Locking clamp
b Rear adjustment
c Front adjustment
 Align the range.
 Slide the locking clamp  firmly back
into the range.
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Anti-tip device
In the range housing, there is an
opening  for the bolt  of the anti-tip
device. The opening allows the range to
be slid onto the anti-tip device and
back to the wall.
The locking clamp  must noticeably
engage with the bolt  so that anti-tip
protection is ensured for the range.
1
2
Disconnecting the range from
the anti-tip device
 WARNING
Children and adults can tip over the
range if has not been secured. This
may lead to fatal injuries.
If you need to remove the range from
its installation space, e.g. for service,
you first need to disconnect the
appliance from the anti-tip device.
 Follow the instructions for installation
in reverse order.
3
a Opening in the range housing
b Bolt of the anti-tip device
c Locking clamp with slot
The toe-kick cover can only be
attached if the locking clamp  has
been slid all the way into the
appliance.
 Mount the toe-kick cover on the
range.
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Electrical connection
 CAUTION:
During installation, maintenance and
repair work, the range must be
disconnected from the electricity
supply. It is only completely isolated
from the electricity supply if the plug
fuses have been fully unscrewed
(where applicable), the main circuit
breaker has been tripped or the
power cable has been unplugged
from the wall outlet.
Installation, repair and maintenance
work should only be performed by a
Miele authorized service technician.
Work by unqualified persons can
cause considerable danger to users.
Miele cannot be held liable for any
damage arising as a result of such
work.
To avoid damaging the range, make
sure that the connection data
(voltage and frequency) on the data
plate correspond to the building's
power supply before connecting the
appliance.
When in doubt, consult a qualified
electrician.
The power cable plug must be
inserted into a suitable outlet that
has been installed and grounded in
compliance with all applicable local
regulations.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST
BE GROUNDED
Installer: Please pass these
instructions on to the customer.
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Electrical connection
Electrical connection
Type
Connecting
line
NEMA
Electrical supply
HR 1421
approx. 71"
(1.80 m)
14-50 P
plug
120/208 V
50 A
60 Hz
HR 1421
approx. 71"
(1.80 m)
14-50 P
plug
120/240 V
50 A
60 Hz
HR 1622
HR 195x
approx. 71"
(1.80 m)
14-50 P
plug
120/208 V
or
120/240 V
50 A
60 Hz
HR 192x
HR 193x
approx. 71"
(1.80 m)
14-30 P
plug
120/208 V
or
120/240 V
30 A
60 Hz
HR 112x
HR 113x
approx. 71" 5-15 P plug
(1.80 m)
120 V
15 A
60 Hz
Data plate
The data plate with the connection information for the range is located in the
middle of the base front behind the removable toe kick cover (see "Guide to the
range").
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR'S USE.
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Electrical connection
This appliance must be grounded in
compliance with all applicable local
and national regulations.
Installation, repair and maintenance
work should only be performed by a
Miele authorized service technician
in compliance with local regulations
and the ANSI National Electrical
Code / NFPA 70 in the United States
or the Canadian Electrical Code, Part
I in Canada (CSA standard C22.1).
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Plumbing
Notes on connecting to the
water supply
Disconnect the appliance from the
electrical power supply before
connecting the water line.
Turn off the water supply before
connecting the water lines for the
range.
– All devices used for connecting the
appliance to the water supply must
comply with the current national and
local safety regulations in the country
in which the range is being installed.
– We do not recommend the use of
water produced by Reverse Osmosis
filtration systems. Along with the
possibility of detrimental health
effects, highly purified water can
cause the premature corrosion and
failure of components in your
appliance. Furthermore, many RO
systems, especially under counter
systems, do not deliver sufficient
water pressure to allow the appliance
to operate properly. Connection to
such a water supply could cause
poor performance, premature
appliance failure, leaks and/or
flooding. Miele will not be
responsible for any damages caused
by appliances connected to these
systems.
– A water shut-off valve must be
provided between the stainless steel
hose and the household water supply
to ensure that the water supply can
be cut off if necessary.
– The water shut-off valve must be
accessible after installation.
– The water pressure must be between
1 and 10 bar (105 and 106 Pa or 14.5
and 145 psi). If the pressure is higher
than this, install a pressure reducer.
– The stainless steel hose provided has
a length of 4 ft. 11" (1.5 m). Longer
intake hoses are available if
necessary. Do not shorten the hoses.
– The total hose length must not
exceed 24.5 ft. (7.5 m).
Ensure that the shut-off valve is
accessible after installation.
If the stainless steel hose is
damaged, it must be replaced with a
hose suitable for supplying drinking
water.
– Connect the range to a cold water
supply only.
– The range may be connected to a
water supply without a non-return
valve.
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Plumbing
Attach the stainless steel hose
to the range.
Make sure that the stainless steel
hose is not kinked or damaged. The
stainless steel hose must not be
shortened.
 Remove the cover from the water
supply connection at the back of the
range.
Connecting to the water
supply
Danger of electric shock!
Disconnect the range from the
electrical supply before connecting it
to the water supply.
 Check that the gasket is present.
Replace, if not, insert before
connecting to the water supply.
 Take the angled side of the stainless
steel hose and check whether a
gasket is present. If not, insert one.
 Screw the stainless steel hose
coupling nut onto the threaded union.
 Ensure that the hose is correctly
seated.
3/8"
 Connect the stainless steel hose to
the water supply.
Old or previously used tubing should
never be connected to the range.
Only use the stainless steel hose
supplied.
 Ensure that the hose is correctly
seated.
 Slowly open the shut-off valve to the
water supply and check for leaks.
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Gas connection
 Connection to the gas supply
and any switchover to a different gas
type may only be performed by a
duly authorized gas company
technician. This technician is
responsible for proper function at the
installation site.
In Massachusetts, the gas
connection may be performed only
by a certified gas installer.
The range must be connected with
its own shut-off valve.
The gas connection must be
arranged in such a way that
connection is possible inside or
outside of the kitchen cabinets. The
shut-off valve must be accessible
and visible, after the opening of a
cabinet door, if necessary.
The gas connection of the range is
desired for natural gas or liquid gas
(propane) according to the model.
Ask your gas company what kind of
gas is used and compare it with the
specifications on the data plate.
The range is not connected to an
exhaust vent.
During the setup and connection of
the range, observe the applicable
installation conditions, especially
suitable ventilation measures.
The gas connections must be
arranged in such a way that they are
not heated and damaged by the
operation of the range.
In particular, make sure that the gas
hose lines and connection fittings on
the range do not come into contact
with hot exhaust gases.
Flexible connecting lines can be
damaged by incorrect attachment.
Attach flexible connecting lines in
such a way so that they do not come
into contact with any moving kitchen
parts (e.g., a drawer) and are not
exposed to mechanical stress.
The range and the shut-off valve
must be disconnected from the gas
supply during gas pressure tests.
Disconnect the range and the shutoff valve from the gas supply before
performing a gas pressure test at a
pressure of more than 1/2 psi
(3.5 kPA). Close the shut-off valve of
the gas supply before performing a
gas pressure test at a pressure of
less than or equal to 1/2 psi
(3.5 kPA).
Incorrectly sealed gas lines can lead
to a gas leak and thus to an
explosion.
Seal all gas lines with a suitable
thread sealant.
Seal tightness tests on the range
must be performed according to
manufacturer specifications.
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Gas connection
The gas connection must be
established only Miele-authorized
specialists according to the local and
following regulations:
National Fuel Gas Code
ANSI Z 21.1 / NFPA No. 54 for the
United States or the current Can /
CGA B 149.1 and 2 Installation
Codes of Gas Appliances for
Canada.
The gas pressure may not
undershoot or exceed certain values.
Make sure that the maximum gas
pressure upstream of the gas
pressure controller does not amount
to more than 1/2 psi (3.5 kPA) for
natural and liquid gas.
Make sure that the minimum gas
pressure amounts to a 6" (150 mm)
water head in the case of natural gas
and a 10" (255 mm) water head in
the case of liquid gas.
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Converting to another gas type
The gas connection of the range depends upon the model of the range.
If the range is not configured for the proper type of gas connection please contact
your Miele dealer.
If the range has to be converted over to another gas type, all jets must be
exchanged. A conversion kit is available as an optional accessory from the Miele
Technical Service Department.
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Burner ratings
Burner rating gas cooktops
Burner rating of HR 1124
Gas type
BTU/hr
kW
min
max
min
max
Simmer
burner
Natural gas
1,200
12,500
0.35
3.65
Propane
gas
950
12,500
0.28
3.65
Power
burner
Natural gas
1,700
19,500
0.50
5.70
Propane
gas
1,200
19,500
0.35
5.70
Total output Natural gas
Propane
gas
71,000
20.75
71,000
20.75
BTU/hr
kW
Burner rating of HR 1134
Gas type
min
max
min
max
Simmer
burner
Natural gas
1,200
12,500
0.35
3.65
Propane
gas
950
12,500
0.28
3.65
Power
burner
Natural gas
1,700
19,500
0.50
5.70
Propane
gas
1,200
19,500
0.35
5.70
Total output Natural gas
Propane
gas
80
110,000
32.15
110,000
32.15
Burner ratings
Burner rating of HR 1135
Gas type
BTU/hr
kW
min
max
min
max
Simmer
burner
Natural gas
1,200
12,500
0.35
3.65
Propane
gas
950
12,500
0.28
3.65
Power
burner
Natural gas
1,700
19,500
0.50
5.70
Propane
gas
1,200
19,500
0.35
5.70
Grill
Natural gas
12,000
16,000
3.50
4,70
Propane
gas
12,000
15,000
3.50
4.40
Total output Natural gas
Propane
gas
87,000
25.45
86,000
25.15
BTU/hr
kW
Burner rating of HR 1136
Gas type
min
max
min
max
Simmer
burner
Natural gas
1,200
12,500
0.35
3.65
Propane
gas
950
12,500
0.28
3.65
Power
burner
Natural gas
1,700
19,500
0.50
5.70
Propane
gas
1,200
19,500
0.35
5.70
Griddle
Natural gas
15,000
4.40
Propane
gas
15,000
4.40
86,000
25.15
86,000
25.15
Total output Natural gas
Propane
gas
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Burner ratings
Burner rating of HR 1924
Gas type
BTU/hr
kW
min
max
min
max
Simmer
burner
Natural gas
1,200
12,500
0.35
3.65
Propane
gas
950
12,500
0.28
3.65
Power
burner
Natural gas
1,700
19,500
0.50
5.70
Propane
gas
1,200
19,500
0.35
5.70
Total output Natural gas
Propane
gas
71,000
20.75
71,000
20.75
BTU/hr
kW
Burner rating of HR 1934
Gas type
min
max
min
max
Simmer
burner
Natural gas
1,200
12,500
0.35
3.65
Propane
gas
950
12,500
0.28
3.65
Power
burner
Natural gas
1,700
19,500
0.50
5.70
Propane
gas
1,200
19,500
0.35
5.70
Total output Natural gas
Propane
gas
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110,000
32.15
110,000
32.15
Burner ratings
Burner rating of HR 1935
Gas type
BTU/hr
kW
min
max
min
max
Simmer
burner
Natural gas
1,200
12,500
0.35
3.65
Propane
gas
950
12,500
0.28
3.65
Power
burner
Natural gas
1,700
19,500
0.50
5.70
Propane
gas
1,200
19,500
0.35
5.70
Grill
Natural gas
12,000
16,000
3.50
4,70
Propane
gas
12,000
15,000
3.50
4.40
Total output Natural gas
Propane
gas
87,000
25.45
86,000
25.15
BTU/hr
kW
Burner rating of HR 1936
Gas type
min
max
min
max
Simmer
burner
Natural gas
1,200
12,500
0.35
3.65
Propane
gas
950
12,500
0.28
3.65
Power
burner
Natural gas
1,700
19,500
0.50
5.70
Propane
gas
1,200
19,500
0.35
5.70
Griddle
Natural gas
15,000
4.40
Propane
gas
15,000
4.40
86,000
25.15
86,000
25.15
Total output Natural gas
Propane
gas
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Burner ratings
Burner rating of HR 1954
Gas type
BTU/hr
kW
min
max
min
max
Simmer
burner
Natural gas
1,200
12,500
0.35
3.65
Propane
gas
950
12,500
0.28
3.65
Power
burner
Natural gas
1,700
19,500
0.50
5.70
Propane
gas
1,200
19,500
0.35
5.70
Total output Natural gas
Propane
gas
142,000
41.50
142,000
41.50
BTU/hr
kW
Burner rating of HR 1955
Gas type
min
max
min
max
Simmer
burner
Natural gas
1,200
12,500
0.35
3.65
Propane
gas
950
12,500
0.28
3.65
Power
burner
Natural gas
1,700
19,500
0.50
5.70
Propane
gas
1,200
19,500
0.35
5.70
Grill
Natural gas
12,000
16,000
3.50
4.70
Propane
gas
12,000
15,000
3.50
4.40
Total output Natural gas
Propane
gas
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119,000
34.80
118,000
34.50
Burner ratings
Burner rating of HR 1956
Gas type
BTU/hr
kW
min
max
min
max
Simmer
burner
Natural gas
1,200
12,500
0.35
3.65
Propane
gas
950
12,500
0.28
3.65
Power
burner
Natural gas
1,700
19,500
0.50
5.70
Propane
gas
1,200
19,500
0.35
5.70
Griddle
Natural gas
15,000
4.40
Propane
gas
15,000
4.40
118,000
34.50
118,000
34.50
Total output Natural gas
Propane
gas
85
Burner ratings
Burner rating gas ovens
Burner rating of HR 1124
Gas type
BTU/hr
kW
Top heat
burner
Natural gas
22,500
6.59
Propane
gas
20,150
5.90
Bottom
heat burner
Natural gas
23,200
6.79
Propane
gas
23,200
6.79
Burner rating of HR 1134, HR 1135, HR 1136
Gas type
BTU/hr
kW
Top heat
burner
Natural gas
22,500
6.59
Propane
gas
20,150
5.90
Bottom
heat burner
Natural gas
25,500
7.47
Propane
gas
27,000
7.90
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Caring for the environment
Disposal of the packing
material
The cardboard box and packing
materials protect the appliance during
shipping. They have been designed to
be biodegradable and recyclable.
Ensure that any plastic wrappings,
bags, etc. are disposed of safely and
kept out of the reach of children.
Danger of suffocation!
Disposal of your old appliance
Old electrical and electronic appliances
often still contain valuable materials.
However, they also contain harmful
substances that were essential for the
proper functioning and safe use of the
equipment. Handling these materials
improperly or disposing of them in your
household waste can be harmful to
your health and the environment.
Therefore, please do not dispose of
your old appliance with regular
household waste.
Old appliances may contain materials
that can be recycled. Please contact
your local recycling authority about the
possibility of recycling these materials.
Please be sure that your old appliance
does not pose a danger to children
while being stored for disposal.
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Please have the model and serial number
of your appliance available before
contacting Technical Service.
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National Headquarters
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