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Technical Information
Using this Manual.............................................................................................................. 7
General Information...........................................................................................7
Product Installation Information .........................................................................7
General Information .......................................................................................................... 9
Safety Information ...........................................................................................10
Responsibilities of Authorized Installers ..........................................................11
Extended Warranty Registration Form ............................................................12
Obtaining Assistance.......................................................................................13
Indemnification Agreement..............................................................................14
ETL / CSA Certification ...................................................................................16
Electrical Supply Voltages...............................................................................18
Performing the Electrical Connection ..............................................................19
Grounding Information.....................................................................................19
Electrical Outlets and Plugs ............................................................................20
Easy Install Kits (Laundry Products) ....................................................................... 21
Easy Install Kit – Model 057 .................................................................................... 22
Easy Install Kit – Model 060 .................................................................................... 23
Product Installation Information....................................................................................... 24
Rotary Iron ...................................................................................................................... 25
Appliance Overview.........................................................................................25
Technical and Safety Information ....................................................................26
Electrical Information.......................................................................................26
Installation Procedure......................................................................................26
Supplementary Information ..................................................................................... 27
DG4080 Steam Oven...................................................................................................... 29
Appliance Overview.........................................................................................29
Technical and Safety Information ....................................................................30
Electrical Information.......................................................................................30
Installation Procedure......................................................................................31
Supplementary Information .............................................................................32
Water Hardness ...................................................................................................... 32
Setting the Water Hardness .................................................................................... 32
DG2661 Steam Oven...................................................................................................... 33
Appliance overview .........................................................................................33
Control Panel .......................................................................................................... 34
Technical and Safety Information ....................................................................34
Electrical Information............................................................................................... 34
Plumbing Information .............................................................................................. 34
Installation Information ....................................................................................35
Installation Procedure ............................................................................................. 36
Supplementary Information .............................................................................37
Setting the Language .............................................................................................. 37
Setting Water Hardness .......................................................................................... 38
Setting the Altitude .................................................................................................. 39
CVA610 and CVA615 Coffee Systems ........................................................................... 40
Appliance Overview.........................................................................................40
Technical and Safety Information ....................................................................42
Electrical Information.......................................................................................42
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Installation Procedure......................................................................................43
Supplementary Information .............................................................................44
Door Hinge Adjustment ........................................................................................... 44
Expel Air Procedure ................................................................................................ 44
CVA2650 and CVA2660 Coffee Systems ....................................................................... 45
Appliance Overview.........................................................................................45
Technical and Safety Information ....................................................................47
Electrical Information.......................................................................................47
Installation Procedure......................................................................................48
Before Using for the First Time........................................................................48
Supplementary Information .............................................................................49
Leveling / Adjusting the Appliance Feet .................................................................. 49
Allocating the Coffee Types .................................................................................... 49
Setting the Clock ..................................................................................................... 50
Setting the Language .............................................................................................. 51
CVA4070/4075 Coffee System ....................................................................................... 52
Appliance overview .........................................................................................52
Technical and Safety Information............................................................................ 54
Electrical Information............................................................................................... 54
Plumbing Information – CVA 4075 Only.................................................................. 55
Installation Procedure......................................................................................56
Supplementary Information .............................................................................57
Operation and Use .................................................................................................. 57
Language Settings .................................................................................................. 58
Clock Settings ......................................................................................................... 59
Built In Plate Warmer ...................................................................................................... 60
Appliance Overview.........................................................................................60
Technical and Safety Information ....................................................................61
Electrical Information.......................................................................................62
Installation Procedure......................................................................................62
Supplementary Information .............................................................................63
Aligning the Front of the Plate Warmer ................................................................... 63
Ovens.............................................................................................................................. 64
Appliance Overview – Novotronic Ovens ........................................................64
Appliance Overview – Master Chef Ovens (All)...............................................65
Controls – Novotronic Ovens...........................................................................66
Controls - Master Chef (H39X Series).............................................................67
Controls - Master Chef (H4000 Series) ..........................................................68
Technical and Safety Information ....................................................................70
Electrical Information.......................................................................................70
Installation Procedure......................................................................................72
Supplementary Information .............................................................................73
Set the Clock – Novotronic Ovens .......................................................................... 73
Child Safety Lock – Novotronic Ovens.................................................................... 74
Set the Clock – Master Chef Ovens ........................................................................ 74
Child Safety Lock – Master Chef Ovens ................................................................. 75
Supplementary Information – (H4000 Series Only) .........................................76
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Programming Mode................................................................................................. 76
Speed Oven .................................................................................................................... 77
Appliance Overview (H4080BM) .....................................................................77
Overview of Controls .......................................................................................78
Microwave Energy and Safety Information......................................................79
Electrical Specifications...................................................................................79
Installation Procedure......................................................................................80
Programming Mode.........................................................................................81
Before Using the Appliance .............................................................................82
Supplementary Information .............................................................................83
Replacing Door Handle ........................................................................................... 83
ESW / Food Warming Drawer......................................................................................... 84
Overview – Food Warming Drawer (Typical)...................................................84
Technical and Safety Information ....................................................................85
Electrical Information.......................................................................................85
Installation Procedure......................................................................................86
Integrated Installations - Models 700-25FB and 760-25FB..................................... 87
Combi Sets and Cooktops .............................................................................................. 89
Appliance Overview – Combisets (KM400 Series) ..........................................89
Appliance Overview -Cooktops ...............................................................90
Technical and Safety Information ....................................................................92
Electrical Information.......................................................................................93
Combisets ............................................................................................................... 93
Cooktops ................................................................................................................. 93
Plumbing Information ......................................................................................94
Gas.......................................................................................................................... 94
Installation Procedure......................................................................................94
Ventilation Hoods ............................................................................................................ 95
Appliance Overview.........................................................................................95
Wall Hood (Typical) ................................................................................................. 95
Built-In Hood (Typical)............................................................................................. 97
Hood Controls - Typical...................................................................................98
Technical and Safety Information ....................................................................98
Electrical Information.......................................................................................98
Installation Procedure......................................................................................99
Supplementary Information .............................................................................99
Master On/Off Switch .............................................................................................. 99
Clothes Washer - Touchtronic....................................................................................... 100
Appliance Overview.......................................................................................100
Controls – Touchtronic Models......................................................................102
Detergent Dispenser – Touchtronic Models ..................................................102
Technical and Safety Information ..................................................................103
Electrical Information.....................................................................................103
Plumbing Information ....................................................................................104
Water Inlet (Intake)................................................................................................ 104
Drain Connection .................................................................................................. 104
Installation Procedure....................................................................................105
Supplemental Information .............................................................................107
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Shipping Strut - Removal ...................................................................................... 107
Basic Installation Faults ........................................................................................ 108
Cooling of Drain Water (Suds Cooling) ................................................................. 108
Clothes Dryer ................................................................................................................ 109
Appliance Overview.......................................................................................109
Controls – Touchtronic Models......................................................................111
Technical and Safety Information ..................................................................112
Electrical Information.....................................................................................112
Plumbing Information ....................................................................................113
Installation Procedure – All Models ...............................................................113
Installation Procedure – Vented Models................................................................ 114
Installation Procedure – Condenser Models ......................................................... 115
Supplemental Information .............................................................................116
Venting Information ............................................................................................... 116
Calculating the Effective Duct Length ................................................................... 116
Condenser Dryers – Optional Drain Connection ................................................... 117
Laundry Products – Optional Accessories .................................................................... 118
WTS Stacking Kit – Application Guide ..........................................................119
5 Kilogram Models ................................................................................................ 119
6 Kilogram Models ................................................................................................ 120
WTV408 – Installation Instructions ................................................................124
WTV421 / WTV423 – Installation Instructions ...............................................127
WTS420 - Installation Instructions.................................................................130
Undercounter Conversion / Installation Instructions ......................................133
Integrated Panel – Installation Instructions....................................................135
Custom Panel – Preparation Procedures.............................................................. 137
Clothes Washer- Super Large Capacity........................................................................ 145
Appliance Overview.......................................................................................145
Front of Appliance .........................................................................................145
Appliance Overview - Rear View ...................................................................146
Controls – SLC W4800 Models .....................................................................147
Controls – SLC W4840 Models .....................................................................147
Detergent Dispenser – Super Large Capacity Models ..................................148
Technical and Safety Information ..................................................................149
Electrical Information.....................................................................................149
Plumbing Information ....................................................................................150
Water Inlet (Intake)................................................................................................ 150
Drain Connection .................................................................................................. 150
Installation Procedure....................................................................................151
Supplemental Information .............................................................................153
Clothes Dryer- Super Large Capacity ........................................................................... 155
Appliance Overview.......................................................................................155
Front of Appliance ................................................................................................. 155
Rear of Appliance.................................................................................................. 156
Controls – Super Large Capacity Dryer.........................................................157
Technical and Safety Information ..................................................................157
Technical and Safety Information Cont .........................................................158
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Confined Space Installation...........................................................................158
Electrical Information............................................................................................. 159
Installation Procedure – All Models ...............................................................159
General Installation Procedure – Electric Models ................................................ 160
Installation Procedure – Electric Models Electrical Plug ...................................... 161
Installation Procedure – Leveling Dryer All Models.............................................. 162
General Installation Procedure – Gas Models...................................................... 163
Specific Installation Procedure – Gas Models ...............................................164
Specific Installation Procedure – Gas Connections ............................................. 165
Specific Installation Procedure – Gas Connections Cont...................................... 166
Specific Installation Procedure – Gas Connections Cont...................................... 167
Supplemental Information .............................................................................168
Venting Information ............................................................................................... 168
Calculating Effective Duct Length ......................................................................... 168
Types of Ducting ................................................................................................... 170
Laundry Stands – Installation Procedures............................................................. 171
Laundry Stands – Installation Procedures Cont. ................................................... 172
Dishwashers G1000-G2000 Series............................................................................ 178
Dishwasher Types.........................................................................................178
Dishwasher – Overview (G1000-G2000) Integrated ............................................. 180
Dishwasher – Overview (G1000-G2000) Fully integrated..................................... 181
Data Tag .......................................................................................................182
Controls Overview .........................................................................................183
Knob Controlled .................................................................................................... 183
Touch Controlled................................................................................................... 183
Fully Integrated ..................................................................................................... 184
Navitronic .............................................................................................................. 185
Child Safety Lock ..........................................................................................185
Electrical Information.....................................................................................186
Hard Wire Electrical Connection ........................................................................... 186
Plumbing Connection ....................................................................................187
Intake Connection ................................................................................................. 187
Water-Proof System Mounting Positions............................................................... 187
Connecting to Existing 3/8” Plumbing Line............................................................ 188
Drain Connection .................................................................................................. 189
Installation .....................................................................................................190
Steam Deflector - Installation ................................................................................ 190
Installing the Dishwasher Under The Countertop.................................................. 190
Install Control Panel and / or Door Panel to Dishwasher...............................191
Knob Controlled Models (dishwashers with selector knob)................................... 191
Knob Controlled (w/ Selector Knob & Turbothermic Fan) ..................................... 192
Touch Controlled Models ..............................................................................192
Adjusting Dishwasher Height ................................................................................ 193
Filler Strip Installation............................................................................................ 194
Custom Panel Install (Fully integrated - VI Models only)....................................... 195
Custom Panel Install (Knob and Touch Controlled) .............................................. 198
Custom Panel Specifications................................................................................. 201
Custom Panel Specifications................................................................................. 202
Secure unit ............................................................................................................ 203
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Door Spring Adjustment ........................................................................................ 203
Toe Kick Brackets ................................................................................................. 204
Toe Kick (plinth) .................................................................................................... 205
Water Softener ..............................................................................................206
Water Softener Salt ............................................................................................... 206
Water Softener- Manually Turning the Water Softener Off............................208
Touch Controlled Models ...................................................................................... 209
Fully Integrated Models ......................................................................................... 209
Knob Controlled Models ........................................................................................ 210
Water Softener – Programming the Water Hardness ....................................211
Water Hardness Settings ...................................................................................... 211
Detergent – Usage ................................................................................................ 212
Rinse Aid - Usage ................................................................................................. 212
Supplemental Information .............................................................................213
General Operation –......................................................................................214
Knob Controlled Series ......................................................................................... 214
Fully Integrated Series .......................................................................................... 214
Touch Controlled / Navitronic Series..................................................................... 215
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Using this Manual
This manual is set-up in an easy to use format that makes obtaining the
information you need quick and simple. The manual is divided into the
following sections:
General Information
Contains non technical installer related information and general technical
information (i.e. electrical information - including Easy Installation Kits)
Product Installation Information
Contains model specific installation information.
Each section includes the following:
ƒ Overview
ƒ Technical & Safety Information
ƒ Electrical Information
ƒ Plumbing Information
ƒ Installation Instructions / Procedures
ƒ Supplementary Information
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Technical Information
Dear Factory Trained Installers,
Welcome to the family of Miele Factory Trained Installers. We at Miele take pride in our
superior products and the long, dependable service they provide our customers.
Customer satisfaction is paramount to our success. Considering our explosive growth, it
is not practical for us to install every appliance our dealers sell. Therefore, we must rely
on well-trained, dedicated installers, such as you, to properly install our products.
To become a Miele Factory Trained Installer, you must first attend an Installation
Training Course conducted by one of our expert trainers at a mutually convenient
location. The course covers our entire product line and will provide you with the
knowledge necessary to properly install our appliances. Upon completion of the one-day
course, you will receive a Certificate of Authorization and a wallet sized card that
identifies you as a Miele Factory Trained Installer.
Our appliances are normally warranted for one-year. If however, a Miele Factory Trained
Installer performs the installation, the warranty period will be doubled at no additional
cost to the customer. You can therefore see how valuable you, as a Miele Factory
Trained Installer, are to our dealers and customers.
Our installations are a three-phase process. The first phase consists of scheduling the
installation. The second is the installation itself and the third is the completion and
submitting of the Extended Warranty Form. During the Installation Course, you will be
instructed on proper completion of the Extended Warranty documentation.
Again, we welcome you to our family and look forward to many years of a profitable and
rewarding relationship.
Roland Weingartner
Director of Technical Service
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General Information
Contacting Miele
On the web
http://www.mieleusa.com
E-Mail
techserv@mieleusa.com
Phone Numbers
Main Number
Main Number
Toll Free
In House Technical Support
1-609-419-9898
1-609-419-4298
1-800-843-7231
1-888-529-8790
Mail - US Headquarters
Miele USA
9 Independence Way
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Showroom Locations
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9 Independence Way, Princeton, New Jersey 08540
(609) 419-9898
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189 North Robertson Blvd., Beverly Hills, California 90211
(310) 855-9470
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7680 North Federal Highway, Boca Raton, Florida 33487
(800) 220-1744
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554 Green Bay Rd, Kenilworth, Illinois, 60043
(847) 714-9433
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555 Washington Street, Wellesley, Massachusetts 02482
(781) 431-2225
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1700 Oak Lawn Ave Suite 200, Dallas, Texas 75207
(214) 752-6307
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150 East 58th Street, 9th floor, Suite 951, New York, NY 10155
(800) 843-7231 Ext 1200
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680 8th Street Suite 169-C, San Francisco, California 94103
(415) 431-8682
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1112 Andover Park West, Tukwila, Washington 98188
(206) 547-0770
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1400 West Third Ave, Denver, CO 80223
(303) 893-1423
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2233 South 300 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84115
(801) 466-0569
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Safety Information
▪
Read and follow all Safety Guidelines and Installation Instructions
before installing any appliance. If further information is needed; or any
information requires clarification refer to the specific Operating Manual
or contact the Miele Technical Support Center for assistance.
▪
All appliances are manufactured in accordance with current safety
requirements.
▪
Only authorized Miele Technicians should perform repairs.
Unauthorized repairs could result in unforeseen dangers for which
Miele cannot accept responsibility.
▪
Ensure the electrical supply matches the requirements of the
appliance being installed. The requirements can be found on the data
tag affixed to every appliance.
▪
Power should be shut off prior to performing the electrical connection
to the appliance.
▪
Appliances are designed for residential use only and should be
completely installed according to all applicable building codes.
▪
Certain appliances are equipped with heating elements and / or hot
surfaces. Care should be taken to prevent burns.
▪
Appliances can weigh more than expected. Use proper lifting
techniques to avoid injuries.
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Responsibilities of Authorized Installers
1. Contact the customer and schedule appointments in a timely and
professional manner. (preferably within 1 hour of notification, but no
later than 24 hours)
2. Negotiate rates and pricing directly with the customer and/ or dealer.
Both sales dealer and Miele must be notified of the standard fees for
installation of:
▪ Side by side washer and dryer
▪ Stacked washer and dryer
▪ Dishwasher
▪ Oven
▪ Combi-Sets and Cooktops
Note
Installation charges should be reasonable and competitive. They
should not be exorbitantly priced
3. Make all payment arrangements directly with either the customer
and/or sales dealer. Miele WILL NOT be responsible for any
payments.
4. Keep the scheduled appointment with the customers.
5. During the actual installation ensure that:
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Any existing damage in / around the installation area is noted on
the work order and the customer is advised prior to performing
any work.
The appliance is not damaged - a damaged appliance should not
be installed.
The appliance has all covers in place and is fully installed before
any operation.
All applicable federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations
are followed.
Appliance is programmed; and functions are completely tested.
General operations and usage are discussed with the customer.
All Miele required paperwork is accurately completed and returned
to Miele with 72 hours.
6. If questions or problems arise with the product or the installation
contact the Miele Technical Support Center immediately from the site.
It is the responsibility of the installer to take care of any problems or
issues that may arise.
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Extended Warranty Registration Form
1. Print the required information in the form; as shown below.
A - Customers Name, Address & Phone Number
B - Model Number and Serial Number for each appliance
installed (obtained from the appliance data plate)
C - Installer Checklist for each appliance installed and tested
D - Customer or authorized person on location to verify
installation is completed
E - Installers signature, company and date of installation
2. The white original should be sent to Miele - a faxed in copy is
accepted.
3. The customer should be given the yellow copy of the form for their
records.
Completed forms should be returned to:
Miele
9 Independence Way
Princeton, NJ 08540
Attn. - Technical Service Administration
FAX: 1-800-999-4710
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Obtaining Assistance
Technical Assistance and Replacement Parts
For technical assistance, Installation / Operating Manuals and
replacement parts contact the Miele Technical Support Center at:
1-800-999-1360 phone
1-888-586-8056 fax for technical assistance
1-800 -999-4710 fax for parts only
To help us serve you effectively and reduce inconvenience to the
customer, please furnish us with as much information as possible. At a
minimum, we will need the model number, serial number and operating
voltage. This information can be found on the data plate of each
appliance. It is beneficial to all if you can call directly from the site of the
machine.
Product Dimensions / Installation Requirements
The product dimensions and installation requirements (i.e. electrical
requirements…etc...) can be found on the Miele website at
http://www.miele.com./ If the product is not listed; or you require further
assistance please call the Miele Technical Support Center.
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Indemnification Agreement
Prior to any installations or service on any imported appliance a Miele
Indemnification Form must be filled out and returned to Miele.
For specific technical information on connecting and/or converting any
imported Miele appliance contact the Miele Technical Support Center
(ensure you have the full model number and serial number).
A copy of the “Indemnification Agreement” is provided on the following
page. This page should be copied and used when applicable. The
Indemnification Agreement must be completed before any installation
and/or service procedures are performed.
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Indemnification Agreement
The undersigned has requested that Miele, Inc. or one of its authorized agents,
supply, sell, repair, perform training and/or electrical reconfiguration on one or
more appliances, manufactured by Miele, that were originally built for sale or use
in a country other than the United States of America.
The undersigned understands that this means the product was manufactured to
electrical, mechanical, plumbing and safety specifications or guidelines for a
country other than the United States. Although Miele, Inc. will do its best to
perform the services requested, the undersigned
realizes that these appliances were not designed for use in the United States of
America, and that:
1. Any time remaining on the appliance’s original warranty or guarantee,
2.
3.
4.
5.
whether specific or implied, has been rendered null and void once the
machine has left its country of origin.
If Miele deems the appliance to be inherently unsafe for its intended use, or
connected and/or used in an unsafe manner, Miele’s representative or agent
will inform the undersigned and cease all further attempts to address the
original request until such a time that the appliance has been deemed safe by
Miele or its agents.
Safety approvals, listings or markings on the appliance may not be accepted
by Federal, State or Local Authorities in the U.S.
Miele service representatives or authorized agents of Miele, Inc. may not
have the experience, equipment or technical expertise to perform the desired
services, and any services that are attempted may take longer than
anticipated, or may not be possible.
Acquiring the necessary parts, components, or consumables may take longer
than is customary or be impossible entirely.
Following said sale, service, training and/or electrical reconfiguration, the
undersigned will release, defend and hold harmless Miele, Inc. or its service
representatives or authorized agents, from any and all liabilities, or obligations
arising out of, or resulting from said service and/or reconfiguration.
PLEASE PRINT – ALL INFORMATION FIELDS MUST BE COMPLETED:
Name: ____________________________________________________________
Address:___________________________________________________________
City: _____________________________________State_____ Zip: ____________
Phone Number: (_______) ______________ - __________________
Machine Model Number: _____________________________________
Machine Serial Number: _____________________________________
This form must be fully completed and submitted to Miele Technical Support before installation or
service on any imported appliance.
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ETL / CSA Certification
OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) is the government
agency that oversees safety testing and labeling. According to law, it
must adopt existing national standards whenever possible. Most of the
standards in existence today are written by organizations that you may
already be familiar with. UL, ANSI, NFPA, BOCA, etc. are just a few of
the organizations that are responsible for various standards.
In order for an appliance to be “listed”, it has to pass the tests required by
these standards. If it passes, it is then approved (“listed”) and a safety
label is allowed to be placed on the machine by the manufacturer.
For many years, the standard writing organizations held a monopoly on
testing appliances against their own standards. For instance in order to
pass a UL standard, only Underwriters Laboratories could test the
product. Needless to say this created a large “bottle neck” of machines
that were ready for production, but waiting their turn in the approval
testing line. In order to alleviate this “ bottle neck”, OSHA created the
NRTL (Nationally Accredited Testing Laboratory) program which opened
the door for other testing laboratories to do safety testing. ETL, ARL and
AGA are some of the NRTL’s that Miele has used in the past. Any testing
center, foreign or domestic; that passes OSHA’s accreditation process is
designated an NRTL and allowed to test products against the existing
safety standard.
A common question often asked by a building inspector is “Where is the
UL label on your machine?” The answer is usually “ Our machines do not
have UL labels, they have ETL labels. ETL is an OSHA approved NRTL
that tests our machines to UL standards.” In addition; this information also
applies to any other NRTL we may use.
Now you ask, which NRTL’s is Miele using? Any one that can do the job.
The NRTL we select depends upon many factors such as; their ability to
inspect our factories overseas; their ability to work with our factories, the
complexity of the product, etc. For this reason you’ll see ETL on washers
and dryers, AGA and IAS on gas cooktops, UL; on vacuum cleaners, and
CSA or ETL on dishwashers. Current dishwashers now come with a CSA
NRTL label.
CSA is the Canadian standards agency and also has it’s own testing labs.
As you may have guessed from designation, CSA is an OSHA approved
NRTL and is approved as valid as ETL, UL or any other NRTL.
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ETL / CSA Certification - continued
There are two types of labeling schemes currently in use: Direct
imprinting and separate labeling. Separate labeling is nothing more than
the name suggests; a separate label, issued by NRTL that is attached to
the appliance next to the data plate. Direct imprinting is the method where
the NRTL’s approval seal is placed directly on the data plate at the
factory. This is the preferred method since the approval seal and the
machines serial number will be forever linked together.
Examples of Labeling
Separate Labeling
Direct Imprinting with seal
Figure 1: Examples ETL / CSA labels.
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Electrical Supply Voltages
Different Miele appliances use different types of an electrical supply. The
electrical supply must conform to the information provided on the data
plate of the appliance. The three basic electrical cord types found on
Miele appliances are shown below.
120 Volts
BLACK – LIVE (120VAC)
WHITE - NEUTRAL
GREEN - GROUND
120 / 208-240 Volts - 4 wire with ground
BLACK – LIVE 1
RED – LIVE 2
WHITE – NEUTRAL
GREEN - GROUND
208-240 Volts 3 wire no neutral
BLACK – LIVE 1
RED – LIVE 2
GREEN - GROUND
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Performing the Electrical Connection
The electrical supply should be shut off at the circuit breaker to the
appliance, or main breaker within the home before any connection is
performed. It is very important that any appliance connection to the
electrical supply follow all national, state and local codes. If any doubt;
contact a licensed and qualified electrician to perform the connection.
All appliances require proper grounding be present and tested.
Grounding Information
A proper grounding circuit is vital to ensure safety and proper equipment
operation.
The primary function of the ground conductor is to carry current should a
malfunction within an electrical circuit (or equipment) occur. However as
the characteristics of electrical equipment and electronics change, the
necessity of proper grounding expands from providing safety to the user,
to insuring various types of equipment do not interfere with each other.
Always ensure a proper ground circuit is present.
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Electrical Outlets and Plugs
Several different styles of plugs are used on Miele appliances and Easy
Install Kits and require different types of outlets to make the proper
electrical connection. All plugs are NEMA (National Electrical
Manufacturers Association) industry standard. The most frequently
encountered model numbers are shown below...
NEMA 5-15
(120 VAC / 15A)
NEMA 6-15
(240 VAC / 15A)
NEMA 6-20
(240 VAC / 20A)
NEMA 10-30
(240 VAC/30A)
NEMA 14-20
(240 VAC / 20A)
NEMA 14-30
(240 VAC / 30A)
Note
Never cut off a molded plug to hardwire an appliance.
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Easy Install Kits (Laundry Products)
The Miele Easy Installation Kit is not a requirement, however it makes the
installation of a Miele Washer and Dryer much easier if a compatible
outlet exist.
The kit is designed to be plugged into a 240 Volt / 30 Amp receptacle,
commonly found in residential dwellings. The Easy Installation Kit is
available in two different versions, which both perform exactly the same
function. The only difference in the kits is the type of outlet in which the kit
will plugged into. The outlet in the home must be either a NEMA 10-30 or
a NEMA 14-30.
The Easy Installation Kit plugs into the existing outlet and allows each
appliance to be protected by its own 15 amp circuit breaker. The entire
system is then protected by the 30 amp breaker present within the
customers breaker panel.
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Easy Install Kit – Model 057
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Easy Install Kit – Model 060
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Product Installation Information
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Rotary Iron
Appliance Overview
Figure B-1: Rotary Iron (B865 shown)
Speed Control
Indicator Light
On / Off Switch
Manual Release
Figure B-2: Rotary Iron Controls (B865 shown)
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Technical and Safety Information
Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information Section
of this manual.
Electrical Information
Model Number
Electrical Requirements
208-240 VAC, 60 Hz
20 Amp Circuit Breaker
NEMA 6-20
120 VAC, 60Hz
B865, B890
B890e
Table B-1: Electrical information
Plumbing Information
None – not applicable
Installation Procedure
1. Unpack / uncrate the appliance from the box.
2. Remove the Transit Fitting - see supplementary information for
details.
3. Move the appliance to the desired location - see supplementary
information for details on moving the appliance.
4. Place the appliance into the operating position see supplementary
information.
5. Unlatch and remove the Feed Board from the appliance – refer to
Figure B-3.
▪ First remove the feed board by lifting it out of the right hand
holder, then pull it out to the left of the roller.
Figure B-3: Feed Board removal.
Continued on the next page…
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Installation Procedure (continued)
6. Plug appliance in and briefly turn on the power - the Heater Plate
should rise automatically.
7. Turn the power off.
8. Refer to Figure B-4. Remove the protective cover from the roller.
9. Perform an operational check; ensure all safety features and functions
are in working order.
10. Provide the customer with an operational overview.
Figure B-4: Removing the protective
cover from the roller.
Supplementary Information
Transit Fitting
Figure B-5: Transit Fitting
1. Pull the transit fitting out of the hole (see Figure B-5).
2. Keep the transit fitting in a safe place. It must be refitted should the
appliance ever need to be transported (i.e. when moving to new
home).
3. The rotary iron should only be transported in the folded up
position with the transit fitting installed.
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Moving the Appliance
Figure B-6: Moving the appliance.
▪
▪
Hold the appliance by the ironing table
and push or pull it to move.
To overcome obstacles such as carpet
edges and to steer the appliance by
tilting it slightly.
Unlatching the Appliance for Use
Figure B-7: Unlatching the appliance for use
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DG4080 Steam Oven
Appliance Overview
Figure DG4080-1: DG4080 Steam Oven overview
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Figure DG4080-2: DG4080 Steam Oven overview of controls
Technical and Safety Information
▪
▪
▪
Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information
Section of this manual.
This steam oven is designed for installation in cabinets or beneath a
counter.
The steam oven must be supported by ledges or shelving. It must not
rest directly on top of any other appliance - the only exception is the
Miele Platewarmer.
Electrical Information
▪
▪
▪
208 - 240 Volt, 60Hz., 20 Amp breaker - the appliance is equipped
with a 3 wire shielded cord located on the rear of the appliance
Connection as follows: 1 black wire (L1), 1 red wire (L 2) and 1 green
wire (GND)
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE GROUNDED
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Plumbing Information
None – not applicable
Installation Procedure
1. Connect electrical - per requirements.
2. Route the electric supply line in such a way that it will not
interfere with the installation or operation of the appliance.
3. Install the vertical filler strips – if required. Refer to the Supplemental
Information section, as necessary.
4. Remove front door. (using lift up hinge mounts)
5. Carefully place the appliance into the cabinet opening.
6. Reinstall the front door, secure hinge mounts.
7. Ensure the appliance is in correct position. (level & aligned
with the cabinets etc...)
8. Open front door and secure the appliance with the supplied
screws, as shown in Figure DG-4080-3.
9. Set water hardness and program any desired options.
10. Fill the steam generator with water, and place into the appliance.
11. Select “Cook Universal (100ºC) and operate the appliance for 15
minutes (very important!).
12. Empty the steam generator, dry the interior of the appliance.
13. Provide the customer with an operational overview.
Figure DG4080-3: Securing the DG4080 Steam Oven
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Supplementary Information
Water Hardness
For the steam oven to function properly, the water hardness level must be
programmed. You can use the supplied test strip to check the water
hardness level; or contact the local water company to obtain this
information. Use the chart below to determine what setting should be
programmed.
Setting
Display
I
Soft 1
II
Hardness Level 2
II
Hardness Level 3
IV
Very Hard 4
TableDG4080-1: Water hardness settings
Hardness Level
1-7 GPG
8-14 GPG
15-21 GPG
Greater then 21 GPG
Setting the Water Hardness
The steam oven is set at the factory to water hardness setting IV (Very
hard 4). If your water hardness level differs from this you will need to reprogram the appliance as follows:
1. Switch on the appliance.
2. Touch one of the sensors to the right hand side of the arrows until the
"Settings" menu appears.
3. Touch the sensor next to "Settings".
4. Touch the sensor next to "Water hardness".
5. Touch one of the sensors to the right hand side of the arrows until the
desired water hardness level is displayed.
6. Touch the sensor next to the desired water hardness level.
7. Touch the sensor next to "OK".
8. Touch the "<C" sensor to return to the main menu.
Important!
ƒ The steam generator should be cleaned and dried after each use.
ƒ Do not immerse the steam generator in water, or place it in a
dishwasher for cleaning.
ƒ Do not use scouring pads or hard brushes to clean the steam
generator.
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DG2661 Steam Oven
Appliance overview
Figure DG2661: Steam Oven overview
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Control Panel
Figure DG2661-2 : Steam Control Panel
Technical and Safety Information
▪
▪
▪
Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information
Section of this manual.
This steam oven is designed for installation in cabinets or beneath a
counter.
The steam oven must be supported by ledges or shelving. It must not
rest directly on top of any other appliance - the only exception is the
Miele Platewarmer.
Electrical Information
▪
▪
▪
208 - 240 Volt, 60Hz., 15 Amp breaker - the appliance is equipped
with a 3 wire shielded cord located on the rear of the appliance
Connection as follows: 1 black wire (L1), 1 red wire (L 2) and 1 green
wire (GND)
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE GROUNDED
Plumbing Information
None – not applicable
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Installation Information
Figure DG2661-3: Installing Feet
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Installation Procedure
1. Connect electrical - per requirements.
2. Route the electric supply line in such a way that it will not
interfere with the installation or operation of the appliance.
3. Carefully place the appliance into the cabinet opening.
4. Ensure the appliance is in correct position. (level & aligned
with the cabinets etc...)
5. Open front door and secure the appliance with the supplied
screws, as shown in Figure DG2661-4.
6. Set water hardness and program any desired options.
7. Fill the steam generator with water, and place into the appliance.
8. Select “Cook Universal (100ºC) and operate the appliance for 15
minutes (very important!).
9. Empty the steam generator, dry the interior of the appliance.
10. Provide the customer with an operational overview.
Figure DG2661-4: Securing the Steam Oven
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Supplementary Information
Setting the Language
Figure DG2661-5: Language
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Setting Water Hardness
Figure DG2661-6: Water Hardness
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Setting the Altitude
Figure DG2661-6: Altitude
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Technical Information
CVA610 and CVA615 Coffee Systems
Appliance Overview
Figure CVA-1: Front Overview
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Figure CVA-2: Appliance Overview (Inside / Door Open)
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Technical and Safety Information
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information
section of this manual.
The CVA610 and CVA615 are designed to be built into cabinets and
must be fully installed before any operation.
The CVA610 and CVA615 can be installed above another appliance
but, there must be a solid, closed shelf between the base of the coffee
machine and the top of the appliance below (The shelf is not
necessary when installation is in combination with the Miele built-in
plate warmer).
Before the appliance is connected, ensure the steam selector is in the
off position to prevent an uncontrolled flow of steam and/or or hot
water from exiting via the steam wand.
Exercise caution while operating the appliance; coffee, hot water and
steam can cause burns.
Electrical Information
Model Number
Electrical
Requirements
Plug Style
CVA610
240(208) VAC 15amp
NEMA 6-15
CVA615
120 VAC 15amp
NEMA 5-15
Table CVA-1: Electrical information
Plumbing Information
None – not applicable.
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Installation Procedure
1. Ensure opening in cabinet and supports in cabinet will allow for
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
proper installation.
Connect the power cord to the wall outlet.
Push appliance back into the cabinet - until fully seated.
Open the front of the appliance and turn the 4 screws’ tightening them
against the inside of the cabinet. The screws should be turned evenly
to ensure the appliance is centered to cabinets. See Figure CVA-3.
Fill beans container and water container.
Perform the expel air procedure (see supplemental information).
Perform an operational check.
Provide the customer with an operational overview.
Figure CVA-3: Installation screws
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Supplementary Information
Door Hinge Adjustment
A
B
Figure CVA-4: Door Hinge Adjustment
1. Open the front door
2. Lightly Loosen screw B
3. Turn screw A to adjust door, as needed. Turning screw A tilts
the front door both horizontally and vertically.
4. While screw B still loose the door can be moved away or closer to the
frame - as needed.
5. Tighten screw B
6. Check door alignment. Repeat steps 1-5 as needed.
Expel Air Procedure
1. Fill the water tank.
2. Turn the program selector to "On with light" and place containers
below the hot water dispenser and the steam nozzle.
3. Press the hot water button; turn the steam selector counterclockwise
and let water run out until it streams steadily.
4. Press the hot water button again.
5. Turn the steam selector to "o" to shut off the water.
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CVA2650 and CVA2660 Coffee Systems
Appliance Overview
Figure CVA2650-1: Front Overview
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Figure CVA-2650-2: Appliance Overview (Inside / Door Open)
Note
The CVA2650 & CVA2660 come packaged with additional items including:
cups, saucers, a red descaling plate, a perforator replacement tool and an
additional steam sleeve. Do NOT throw these items away. Please have
the customer store them in a safe location for future use.
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Technical and Safety Information
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information
section of this manual.
The CVA2660 is designed to be built into cabinets and must be fully
installed before any operation.
The CVA2650 is designed to be built into cabinets or installed within
an optional housing. The appliance must be fully installed before any
operation.
This appliance can be installed above another appliance but, there
must be a solid, closed shelf between the base of the coffee machine
and the top of the appliance below
Before the appliance is connected, ensure the steam selector is in the
off position to prevent an uncontrolled flow of steam.
Exercise caution while operating the appliance; coffee, hot water and
steam can cause burns.
Electrical Information
Model Number
Electrical
Requirements
Plug Style
CVA2650
CVA2660
120 VAC 15amp
NEMA 5-15
Table CVA-2650-1: Electrical information
Plumbing Information
None – not applicable.
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Installation Procedure
1. Ensure opening in cabinet and supports in cabinet will allow for proper
installation.
2. Level the feet on the appliance (see Supplemental Information).
3. Connect the power cord to the wall outlet.
4. Push appliance back into the cabinet - until fully seated.
5. Open the front of the appliance and turn the 4 screws’ tightening them
against the inside of the cabinet. The screws should be turned evenly
to ensure the appliance is centered with the cabinets.
6. Perform the “Before Using for the First Time” procedure (below).
7. Set the clock.
8. Set the language (as necessary).
9. Test the appliance for proper operation.
10. Provide the customer with an operational overview.
Before Using for the First Time
Important
This procedure must be performed by the installer.
1. Wash and Rinse the coffee capsule plate and water tank.
2. Fill the water tank with cold tap water to the “Max.” mark.
3. Place a cup under the steam valve.
4. Turn the left jog shuttle to "Hot water".
5. Press the right control knob. The steam valve dispenses hot water.
6. Press the right control knob again to turn the hot water off.
7. Press the steam lever down – until steam is dispensed.
8. Push the steam lever up – the steam stops.
9. Turn the left control knob to "Rinse".
10. Press the right control knob; water exits from the coffee dispenser.
11. Press the steam lever down. Water runs from the steam valve. Allow
a few seconds of dispensing.
12. Push the steam lever up.
13. Fill the coffee capsule carousel (refer to the Operating Manual).
14. Allocate the coffee capsules (refer to the Operating Manual).
15. Return to the Installation Procedure (above).
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Supplementary Information
Leveling / Adjusting the Appliance Feet
Figure CVA2650-3: Adjustment of Feet on CVA2650/CVA2660
Allocating the Coffee Types
Five different coffee types can be filled in the five chambers of the
capsule carousel. The chambers can be either allocated to the desired
coffee types or filled with the same coffee type in all chambers.
SETTINGS F
K1 2 3 4 5 L o Turn the left control knob to "Settings".
ALLOCATE TYPE
Z
Turn the right control knob to the "Coffee bean" symbol.
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Allocating the Coffee Types (Continued)
Press to confirm. The upper line shows the coffee type, the lower line
shows the chamber number.
If no type is allocated to the chamber, the upper display line shows
“empty”.
Some coffee types are factory set, which you can either accept or
change. Remove the carousel from the machine to see which coffee type
is filled in each chamber.
TYPE ARPEG
Turn the right jog shuttle to the desired chamber and press to confirm.
Turn the right jog shuttle to the desired coffee type and press to confirm it.
Repeat for each chamber.
For additional information – refer to the Operating Manual.
Setting the Clock
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Turn the left jog shuttle to "Settings".
The language symbol is highlighted in the right display.
Turn the right jog shuttle to the clock symbol, press to confirm.
Press the right jog shuttle again.
Turn the right jog shuttle to select the time format, press to confirm.
Turn the right jog shuttle to select the hours, press to confirm.
Turn the right jog shuttle to select the minutes, press to confirm.
The setting will be automatically saved and the display will go back to
the previous screen.
F
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Setting the Language
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn the left jog shuttle to "Settings".
The language symbol is selected in the right display.
Press the right jog shuttle to select the language option.
Turn the right jog shuttle until the desired language shows in the
display. A check marks the selected language.
Selectable languages: English US, GB, German, French, Dutch,
Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish,
Finnish, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Greek and Russian.
5. Press the right jog shuttle to select the desired language option.
The setting will be automatically saved and the display will go back to
the previous screen. All displays will now appear in the selected
language.
Note
If an incorrect language setting is accidentally selected, follow the flag to
return to the language setting.
Optional – Housings (fits CVA2650 only)
CVSG50
CVUG50
Countertop Housing
Hanging Housing
Table CVA-2650-2: Available housings
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CVA4070/4075 Coffee System
Appliance overview
Figure CVA4070/4075-1 : Front Overview
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Figure CVA4070/4075-2 : Appliance overview (inside/ Door Open)
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Technical and Safety Information
▪ Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information section
of this manual.
▪ The CVA4070/4075 is designed to be built into cabinets and must be fully
installed before any operation.
▪ This appliance can be installed above another appliance but, there must
be a solid, closed shelf between the base of the coffee machine and the top
of the appliance below
▪ Exercise caution while operating the appliance; coffee, hot water and
steam can cause burns.
Electrical Information
Model Number
Electrical
Requirements
Plug Style
CVA4070/4075
120 VAC 15amp
NEMA 5-15
Table CVA-4070/75-1: Electrical information
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Rear View- Plumbing Connection
CVA 4075
Figure CVA4070/4075-3: Water Compression Fitting
Plumbing Information – CVA 4075 Only
Plumbing connections is only available on the CVA 4075 model.
(Cold water connection only).
Plumbed CVA 4075 must operate with a special design water tank which
contains two floats, where the CVA 4070 contains only one float.
CVA 4075 system has a factory installed 90Xelbow with a ¼
compression fitting.
Installer is responsible for supplying all plumbing connections, hoses.
Ice maker supply kit available with copper or plastic tubing will work
efficiently when installed correctly. (Not included with Coffee system)
Provide additional depth of 2 ½ “for the installation of the CVA 4075
plumbing connection rear of the system.
CVA system must be connected to the water supply by a licensed
plumber in accordance with local and national regulations.
Keep the length of tubing to the shortest distance possible and should
not exceed 1.5m or 5’. Water pressure minimum 14.5psi to 145psi
maximum, if higher pressure, install a pressure reduction valve.
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Installation Procedure
1. Ensure opening in cabinet and supports in cabinet will allow for
proper installation, allow additional depth for CVA 4075.
2. Connect the power cord to the wall outlet.
3. Connect to a plumbed cold water supply (CVA 4075 system).
4. The on-site water line must have a water valve to turn water off if
needed. If not present, have a water valve installed by a licensed
plumber.
5. Push appliance back into the cabinet - until fully seated.
6. Open the front of the appliance and turn the 4 screws’ tightening them
against the inside of the cabinet. The screws should be turned evenly
to ensure the appliance is centered to cabinets. See Figure
CVA4070/4075-4.
7. Fill beans container and water container.
8. Program user settings for proper CVA system.
9. Perform an operational check, check for leaks.
10. Provide the customer with an operational overview.
Figure CVA4070/4075–4 : Install Screw Locations
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Supplementary Information
Operation and Use
Figure CVA4070/4075-5 : Operation and Use
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Technical Information
Language Settings
Figure CVA4070/4075-6 : Language
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Technical Information
Clock Settings
Figure CVA4070/4075-7 : Clock Settings
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Built In Plate Warmer
Appliance Overview
Figure EGW-1: Plate warmer
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Figure EGW-2: Plate warmer controls
Technical and Safety Information
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information
section of this manual.
Read all operating and installation instructions for any other appliance
installed in combination with the platewarmer.
Do not use the plate warmer to reheat, cook or keep food or drinks
warm. Condensation from food or drinks can cause moisture to
develop resulting in damage to the appliance.
The plate warmer must be installed on its own supporting shelf.
With installations using a Miele Coffee System or Miele Steam Oven,
the plate warmer must always be installed beneath the other
appliance. A shelf between the appliances is not necessary.
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Electrical Information
120 VAC, 60Hz., 15amp breaker. The appliance is equipped with a
power cord connected equipped with a NEMA 5-15 plug for connection to
a standard 120VAC 3 prong outlet.
Plumbing Information
None – not applicable.
Installation Procedure
1. Ensure the opening and the supports in cabinet allow for proper
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
installation.
Connect the power cord to the electrical outlet.
Push appliance back into cabinet until fully seated.
Ensure appliance is level, and positioned
Open the drawer on the appliance, secure the appliance to the
cabinets, as shown in Figure EGW-3..
Remove the protective foil from the adhesive strips.
Install metal strips to the platewarmer, on the top right and left edges.
Install the combination appliance - refer to the specific installation
instructions for the appliance being installed.
Figure EGW-3: Plate warmer Mounting
Screw Locations with Strips on Top Left
and Right Edges.
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Supplementary Information
Aligning the Front of the Plate Warmer
After installing the combination appliance, it may be necessary under
certain circumstances to
ƒ align the front of the plate warmer.
ƒ align the gap between the plate warmer and the combination
appliance.
To help you do this, there are adjusting points underneath the nuts that
secure the drawer to the runners.
1. Loosen the nuts and take the plate warmer drawer out.
2. Use the adjusters to align the drawer correctly.
3. Reinstall the drawer and secure nuts - repeat as needed to align.
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Ovens
Appliance Overview – Novotronic Ovens
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Program Selector
Display / Pushbuttons
Timer Control
+ / - Buttons w/ Indicator
Door Switch
Top Heating Element
Rotisserie Sockets
Roast Probe Connection
Runners
Convection Fan
Door
Figure H-1: Novotronic Oven (H387BP-KAT shown)
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Appliance Overview – Master Chef Ovens (All)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Control Panel
Door Lock
Child Safety Lock
Door Contact Switch
Upper Heating Element
Rotisserie Sockets
Light
Roast Probe Socket
Convection Fan
Six-level runners
Oven Door
Figure H-2: Master Chef Double Oven (H389BP2-KAT shown)
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Controls – Novotronic Ovens
Figure H-3: Novotronic Oven Controls (H387 shown)
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Controls - Master Chef (H39X Series)
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
Display: shows the time, oven status, or menu options.
Touch Controls: used to select an option
ON/OFF: turns the upper oven on/off.
ON/OFF: turns the lower oven on/off.
Keypad: used to enter times or temperatures.
Clear: deletes the last entry or clears the menu.
Timer: used to set up to 2 independent cooking timers.
Figure H-4: Master Chef Oven Controls (H398BP2-KAT shown)
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Controls - Master Chef (H4000 Series)
H4000 Series Single Oven Controls
Figure H5: Overview of H4000 Series Single Oven Controls
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H4000 Series Double Oven Controls
Figure H6: Overview of H4000 Series Double Oven Controls
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Technical and Safety Information
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information
section of this manual.
If the oven is to be installed under a cooktop, a sealing strip must
replace the stainless steel rail above the control panel, to prevent
liquids from entering the oven controls.
Ensure oven vents are not obstructed.
Caution
Heating elements may be hot even though they are not glowing.
Electrical Information
Oven Series
Novotronic
Model Number(s)
H350B
H373B
H387B
H387BP
H39X Single Oven
H39X Double Oven
H4XXX Single Oven
(60cm & 70cm)
Master Chef
H4XXX Single Oven
(30”)
H4XXX Double Oven
(30”)
Electrical Information
120/240 VAC, 4 wire
connection, 20 amp
dedicated breaker *(1)
120/240 VAC, 4 wire
connection, 30 amp
dedicated breaker *(1)
120/240 VAC, 4 wire
connection, 40 amp
dedicated breaker *(1)
120/240 VAC, 4 wire
connection, 20 amp
dedicated breaker. Unit is
supplied with NEMA 14-30
Plug*(2)
120/240 VAC, 4 wire
connection, 30 amp
dedicated breaker. Unit is
supplied with pigtail
connection*(2)
120/240 VAC, 4 wire
connection, 40 amp
dedicated breaker. Unit is
supplied with pigtail
connection*(2)
Table H1: Electrical information
*(1) – Note: Ovens may have an additional tag noting it has been equipped to operate at
120/208 VAC. Do not connect these models ovens to higher voltages. Always check the
electric supply before performing the electrical connection.
*(2) – Note: Ovens can be connected to 208VAC or 240VAC. Programming mode must be
accessed to set proper voltage. Always check the electric supply before performing the
electrical connection.
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Connection details are provided on the diagram located on the top of the
ovens with pigtails. The electric supply should be always be checked against
this diagram to ensure all electrical and safety requirements are met prior to
the performing the electrical connection.
For showroom / demonstration mode refer to the Miele Service Information or
contact Miele for further assistance.
Figure H7: Ventilation cutout
NOTE: Important information
For proper heat ventilation a 12’’ X 2” (24 sq inch) must be placed to the rear
of the platform under the oven
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Plumbing Information
None – not applicable.
Installation Procedure
1. Ensure the opening in cabinet and supports in cabinet will allow
for proper installation.
2. Remove all materials from the oven.
3. Place the oven near cabinet opening.
4. Ensure power supply is off; connect the oven to the electrical supply.
5. Remove the door(s) from oven.
Warning
The front door must be grasped at the sides during removal and
transportation. Do not lift and transport the front door by handle!
6.
7.
8.
9.
Install slide skids (does not apply to Novotronic Ovens).
Place the oven into the cabinet as far as the ovens fascia trim;
Reinstall the front door and align.
Refer to Figure H-5. Carefully open the oven door and locate the two
mounting screw holes in the oven frame. Mark and drill pilot holes.
Secure the oven to the cabinets by inserting screws through the frame
and into the cabinets.
Figure H-8: Mounting hardware wall oven (typical)
10. Test the appliance.
11. Provide the customer with an operational overview.
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Note
New ovens may have a slight odor during their first use. Operating the
oven at a high temperature for at least an hour will eliminate the odors
quickly. Ensure the room is well ventilated during this process.
Supplementary Information
Set the Clock – Novotronic Ovens
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Child Safety Lock – Novotronic Ovens
The child safety lock can be used to prevent the oven from being turned
on by accident / children.
Activate
1. Place the oven selector knob in the “O” Off position.
2. Press and hold in the z button - until the key symbol appears in the
display. (note: key symbol is present for 5 seconds - then clears from
the display)
De-Activate
1. Place the oven selector knob in any cooking mode.
2. Press and hold in the button z until the key symbol disappears from
the display.
3. Turn selector back to “O” Off.
Set the Clock – Master Chef Ovens
1. Enter the current time using the keypad.
2. Different settings can be selected by touching the control next to the
appropriate option:
ƒ Size of the clock display
o
o
ƒ
Time format
o
o
ƒ
Size Normal
Size Large
12 hour
24 hour
Clock display feature
o
o
Clock On
Clock Off (not shown in the display)
3. Touch the "OK" control to confirm the entries.
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Child Safety Lock – Master Chef Ovens
The child safety lock can be used to prevent children from operating the
oven or to conserve standby power when the oven will not be used for
some time (e.g. vacation).
Refer to Figure H-6. The child safety lock is located below the right side of
the control panel, only visible when the door is open.
Figure H-8: Child Safety Lock – Master Chef Ovens
Activate
Slide the lock to position "0". The clock will not be shown / the oven
cannot be operated.
Deactivate
Slide the lock to position "I". Normal oven operation resumes.
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Supplementary Information – (H4000 Series Only)
Unit can be connected to 208 VAC or 240VAC.
Programming mode must be accessed, and voltage must
be entered into electronics.
Programming Mode
Initial Requirements
-Cancel / finish any currently programmed mode / operation
-Switch off the appliance
-Close the door
Accessing
Note
The access procedure must be completed within 10 seconds.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Touch and hold Clear pad.
Touch the On/Off pad.
Release all pads.
Touch the Clear pad 4 times.
Touch and hold the Clear pad a 5th time.
Acknowledgment Indicator
The display shows the following programming modes:
LANGUAGE
CLOCK
TEMPERATURE
OVEN LIGHT
TEMPERATURE
More
6. Select More
7. Then select 208V/240V
8. Now you can select the voltage that you had measured at the wall
outlet
9. Then select OK
10. Shut unit off to complete programming
For showroom / demonstration mode refer to the Miele Service
Information or contact Miele for further assistance.
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Speed Oven
Appliance Overview (H4080BM)
1
2
3
4
5
6
Control Panel / Display
Heater Element (Broiling)
Cavity Light
Temperature Probe Socket
Cooking Levels Supports (3)
Front Door Assembly
Figure H4080BM-1: Overview of Appliance (Front View)
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Technical Information
Overview of Controls
1
1
7
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
5
4
2
6
Menu Touch Pads: used to select an option
Numeric Touch Pads: used to enter times or temperatures
On/Off Touch Pad: turns unit on/off
Display: shows the time, oven status, or menu options
Timer Touch Pad: used to set up to 2 cooking timers
Clear Touch Pad: deletes the last entry or clears the menu
Minute Plus: starts microwave on high power for a minute
Figure H4080BM-2: Overview of Controls
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Technical Information
Microwave Energy and Safety Information
Danger !
To avoid severe internal burns – never expose yourself to microwave
energy under any circumstances!
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The Magnetron and/or microwave generator should only be serviced by
qualified service personnel trained on microwave service procedures.
All intake and exhaust ports, vents, flanges, gaskets and seals are in the
appropriate condition and sealed where necessary.
Never operate the appliance without a load (i.e. food or water present
in the cavity)
Never look into an open wave duct or the antenna while the appliance is
in operation.
Electrical Specifications
Voltage Requirements
120/240 VAC
Circuit Breaker Requirements
20 amp
Electrical Connection
7.2 ft. cable with NEMA 14-30 Plug
Table H4080BM-1: Electrical information
Unit can be connected to 208 VAC or 240VAC. Programming
mode must be accessed, and voltage must be entered into
electronics.
Plumbing Information
None – not applicable
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Installation Procedure
The appliance is designed for installation into a tall cabinet in combination
with an oven, in a tall cabinet or under the countertop.
To avoid preventable damage to the appliance, follow the handling
instructions attached to the top of the appliance.
1. Ensure the opening in cabinet and supports allow for proper
installation.
2. Ensure the electrical supply meets the appliance requirements (see
data tag on the appliance for details).
3. Remove all materials from the oven.
4. Place the oven near cabinet opening.
5. Ensure power supply is off.
6. Connect the oven to the electrical supply.
7. Set the oven into the cabinet, push it all the way in and align as
necessary.
8. Open the oven and attach the appliance to the cabinets using two
retaining screws at the sides of the frame, as shown in Figure
H4080BM-3.
9. Perform “Before Using the Appliance” procedures.
Figure H4080BM-3: Installation Retaining Screw Locations
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Technical Information
Programming Mode
Initial Requirements
-Cancel / finish any currently programmed mode / operation
-Switch off the appliance
-Close the door
Accessing
Note
The access procedure must be completed within 10 seconds.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Touch and hold Clear pad.
Touch the On/Off pad.
Release all pads.
Touch the Clear pad 4 times.
Touch and hold the Clear pad a 5th time.
Acknowledgment Indicator
The display shows the following programming modes:
LANGUAGE
CLOCK
TEMPERATURE
OVEN LIGHT
TEMPERATURE
More
6. Select More two times
7. Then select 208V/240V
8. Now you can select the voltage that you had measured at the wall
outlet.
9. Then select OK
10. Shut unit off to complete programming
For showroom / demonstration mode refer to the Miele Service
Information or contact Miele for further assistance.
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Before Using the Appliance
Note
The following steps must be performed after performing the Installation
Procedure
To ensure proper operation the following items should be programmed
appropriately for the customers needs:
ƒ Language
ƒ Time of Day
ƒ Time Format (12/24hr format)
ƒ Display Clock Option
1. Remove the protective film from the front of the appliance (if
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
present).
Wipe the interior with a solution of warm water and liquid
dishwashing detergent.
Dry with a soft cloth.
Leave the door open until the interior is completely dry.
Close the oven door.
Wash the accessories.
Important
New ovens may have a slight odor during the first use. To eliminate
the odor, the oven should be operated at a high temperature for at
least one hour.
Before heating the oven, remove all accessories and labels from
the oven and ensure the room is well ventilated during this process.
7. Touch the "On" control.
8. Select the "Bake" function.
9. Select "Convection Bake".
10. Select "Temperature".
11. Set the temperature to 435 °F (225 °C) using the keypad.
12. Select "Duration".
13. Set the duration to two hours by entering "2", "0", "0" using the
keypad.
14. Touch the "OK" control. The oven will run for 2 hours, the
remaining time appears in the display.
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Supplementary Information
Replacing Door Handle
The door handle can be replaced with ease if the customer has
ordered a different style handle to match their other Miele kitchen
appliance.
1. Open door ¼ way from closed position.
2. On the top edge of the door you will find two silver locking clips.
One on the left side and right side.
3. Push both silver locking clip’s with a small flat head screwdriver
untill you hear the door glass release.
4. Start to separate the glass from the door frame. Guide the metal
bars that are next to the silver locking clips through the door
frame. These metal bars are attached to the door glass.
5. Once the metal bars have cleared, lift the door glass straight up to
release the bottom tabs.
6. Lay the door glass on a towel with the handle facing down and
over the edge of a table.
7. Remove the two Torx T-20 screws holding the handle to the glass.
8. Reinstall new door handle. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN THE TORX
SCREWS.
9. Take the door glass and line up the bottom tabs first.
10. Next line up the metal bars with the holes in the door frame.
11. Once the metal bars are through the holes in the door frame,
squeeze the glass and door frame together.
12. The two silver locking clips will pop back into place.
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ESW / Food Warming Drawer
Overview – Food Warming Drawer (Typical)
1
2
3
4
5
6
Timer
Temperature selector
Humidity control
Non-slip mat
Rack
Drawer
ESW-1: Overview of Food Warming Drawer
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Technical Information
Technical and Safety Information
▪
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▪
▪
▪
Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information
section of this manual.
Read all operating and installation instructions for any other appliance
installed in combination with this appliance.
The warming drawer must be secured to cabinetry to prevent the
drawer from tipping when loaded.
The warming drawer should be level to prevent the drawer sliding
open or closed on its own. Note: The drawer can not be leveled after it
has been installed.
To allow for proper ventilation of steam a minimum 2" (5 cm) gap must
exist between the upper edge of the warming drawer and the
cabinetry as shown in Figure ESW-2.
ESW-2: Warming Drawer Installed – Side View
Electrical Information
120 VAC, 60Hz., 15amp breaker. The appliance is equipped with a 5ft.
long power cord equipped with a NEMA 5-15 plug for connection to a
standard 120VAC 3 prong outlet.
Plumbing Information
None – not applicable.
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Installation Procedure
1. Remove the drawer from the casing as follows:
ƒ Pull the drawer completely out and loosen the nuts.
ƒ Carefully lift the drawer and pull it slowly out.
ƒ Set the drawer down on a flat, suitable surface.
1. Push the casing in the cabinetry.
2. Secure the casing in the cabinetry with the six screws; as shown in
Figure ESW-3.
ESW-3: Installing the Food Warming Drawer
3. Insert the drawer back into the appliance as follows:
ƒ Pull out the telescopic skies from the casing.
ƒ Set the drawer on the telescopic skies.
ƒ Secure the drawer with the two nuts.
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Integrated Installations - Models 700-25FB and 760-25FB
Custom made front panels can be installed with models 700-25 FB and
760-25 FB.
Model
Number
700-25FB
760-25FB
Panel Dimensions
Additional Notes
Width 27 3/8" (695 mm)
Height 11" (279 mm)
Width 29 13/16" (757mm)
Height 11" (279 mm)
All panels must be at least
3/8" (10 mm) thick and made
of material resistant to
temperatures up to 140 °F
(60 °C).
1. Install a handle to the custom front panel using counter sunk screws.
2. Remove the drawer from the casing (see installation instructions).
Note
The panel attached to the warming drawer front can be used as the
drilling template for the custom panel.
3. Loosen the two screws on the inner side of the drawer and remove
the front panel from the drawer.
4. Place the drawer front panel on a firm surface with the adhesive tape
facing up. Test fit the custom panel to ensure proper installation.
5. Remove custom panel and peel the backing from the adhesive tape.
6. Position the custom panel back in position over the adhesive. Press
the panel to ensure good adhesion.
7. Screw the removed panel to the custom panel with the eight screws;
as shown in Figure ESW-4.
Figure ESW-4: Securing custom panel to drawer front
Continued on the next page
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Technical Information
Integrated Installations - Models 700-25FB and 760-25FB (continued)
Figure ESW-5: Securing the front panel assembly on the warming drawer
8. Hook the panels into the bottom on and secure at the top with two
screws making sure the seal is seated correctly.
9. Insert the drawer back into the casing (see installation instructions).
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Combi Sets and Cooktops
Appliance Overview – Combisets (KM400 Series)
KM400
KM406
KM402/403
KM404
KM408
KM411
Related Accessories
CSA400 Pot Rest
GSGP Griddle
Figure KM-1: Combisets
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CSAW400 Scale
Technical Information
Appliance Overview -Cooktops
KM320
KM360
KM342
KM344
KM391
KM424
KM421
KM427
KM443
KM451
KM452
Figure KM-2: Cooktops
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Appliance Overview – Cooktops Contined
KM3464
KM3465
KM3474
KM3475
KM3484
KM3485
KM5656
KM5676
Figure KM-3: Cooktops
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Technical Information
Technical and Safety Information
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Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information
section of this manual.
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There are minimum clearance dimensions from the combisets and
cooktops to: adjacent cabinets and surrounding walls. THESE
SPECIFICATIONS ARE IN THE OPERATING MANUAL AND
SHOULD BE FOLLOWED TO ENSURE A SAFE INSTALLATION.
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Deep fryers should not be installed next to gas cooktops. Gas flames
can ignite splattering oil. A distance of at least 12" (305 mm) should
be maintained between these two appliances.
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Cooktops should not be installed above a dishwasher, washer, dryer,
freezer or refrigerator. The heat generated by cooktops could damage
these appliances.
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If more than one appliance is installed beneath a hood and they have
different minimum safety distances, the greater distance should be
adhered to.
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When installing more than one KM400 series combisets in a common
opening a ZL400 support strip must be used between the units.
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Any gas supplied appliance must have a master shut off within
reasonable access. This shut off must be located before the supplied
regulator.
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Cooktops and combisets should not be permanently sealed to the
countertop. If they are sealed into position, the countertop or
appliance could be damaged should the appliance need and / or
maintenance.
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Recheck all dimensions before cutting countertop openings.
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Electrical Information
Combisets
Model Number
Voltage Requirements
KM400
208-240 VAC
KM403
208-240 VAC
KM404
120 VAC
KM406
120 VAC
KM408
208-240 VAC
KM411
208-240 VAC
Table KM-1: Combisets electrical information
Circuit
Breaker
15 amp
15 amp
15 amp
15 amp
15 amp
15 amp
Cooktops
Model Number
Voltage Requirements
KM320
120 VAC
KM342
120 VAC
KM344
120 VAC
KM 360
120 VAC
KM 391
120 VAC
KM421
208-240 VAC *(1)
KM424
208-240 VAC *(1)
KM427
208-240 VAC *(1)
KM443
208-240 VAC *(1)
KM451
208-240 VAC *(1)
KM452
208-240 VAC *(1)
KM3464
120 VAC
KM3465
120 VAC
KM3474
120 VAC
KM3475
120 VAC
KM3484
120 VAC
KM3485
120 VAC
KM5656
208-240 VAC *(1)
KM5676
208-240 VAC *(1)
Table KM-2: Cooktops electrical information
Circuit
Breaker
15 amp
15 amp
15 amp
15 amp
15 amp
30 amp
40 amp
50 amp
40 amp
50 amp
50 amp
15 amp
15 amp
15 amp
15 amp
15 amp
15 amp
40 amp
50 amp
*(1) – Note: Cooktops can be special ordered for use with 208 VAC. And will be noted
with an additional tag noting the electrical requirement. Do not connect these models to
higher voltages. Always check data tag on the appliance and the electric supply before
performing the electrical connection.
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Plumbing Information
Water
None – not applicable.
Gas
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Ensure the correct type of appliance is being installed prior to any gas
connection. Appliances are typically shipped for connection to a
natural gas system.
Appliances configured to operate on LP should be clearly marked with
an additional label to indicate the gas requirement.
The gas connection must be made in accordance with local codes or,
on the absence of local codes with the National Fuel Gas Code ANSI
Z223.1 / NFPA 54.
In certain jurisdictions a licensed plumber / gasfitter may be required
for this installation. Contact your local governing agency for details.
All gas connections should be secure and checked before operating
the appliance.
Installation Procedure
1. Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information
section.
2. Refer to the specific Operating Manual for the appliance being
installed - All model information, instructions, warnings and safety
guidelines found within that manual should be followed.
3. Ensure you have the correct type of appliance to be installed. (i.e. LP or gas)
4. Generally Combi Sets and Cooktops are placed into the opening and
secured with the included hardware.
5. Perform the gas connection - as applicable.
6. Perform electrical connections.
7. Test and operate appliance.
8. Provide the customer with an operational overview.
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Technical Information
Ventilation Hoods
Appliance Overview
Wall Hood (Typical)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Chimney Extension
Chimney
Canopy
Control Panel
Main Power Switch
Recirculation Vent (recirculation units only)
Grease Filter
Overhead Lighting
Figure DA-1: Overview of Typical Wall Hood
Note
Components and component locations vary slightly by model number.
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Technical Information
Island Hood (Typical)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Cover Plate
Chimney
Canopy
Control Panel
Grease Filters
Overhead Lighting
Main Power Switch
Figure DA-2: Overview of Typical Island Hood
Note
Components and component locations vary slightly by model number.
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Technical Information
Built-In Hood (Typical)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Joystick
Overhead Lighting
Grease Filter
Charcoal Filters
Main Power Switch
Figure DA-3: Overview of Typical Built In Hood
Note
Components and component locations vary slightly by model number.
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Technical Information
Hood Controls - Typical
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Light Button
On/Off Button
Fan Power Level Buttons
Delayed Shut Down
Grease Filter Button
Figure DA-4: Typical Hood Controls
Technical and Safety Information
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For complete installation information, refer to the specific model
numbers Operating Manual (Installation section) and / or the
Installation Manual.
Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information
section of this manual.
Ensure the proper structural supports are in place prior to mounting
any part of the hood.
Electrical Information
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Most hood come equipped with a 5 ft power cord, for connection to a
120 VAC, 15 amp outlet.
For specific electrical information, refer to the appliance data plate.
Plumbing Information
None - not applicable
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Technical Information
Installation Procedure
Important
This manual contains general information for hood installations. Always
refer to the model specific installation manual or installation section of the
operating manual for specific installation instructions.
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Ensure proper clearance exist from surrounding cabinets and
cooktops before installation.
Completely protect the countertop, cabinets and cooktop areas in the
installation area.
Ensure that structural conditions exist to properly install and support
the weight of the hood. All carpentry related work must be performed
prior to the installation of the hood or brackets.
Ensure the electrical connection / outlet is installed within the physical
dimensions of the hood enclosure.
If hood is being vented; ensure connections are within the dimensions
of the hood and of the proper type.
If the hood is being configured for recirculation; ensure the separate
charcoal filter is installed during installation.
Note
Certain models hoods may require an additional “recirculation kit”, if it will
not be vented.
Supplementary Information
Master On/Off Switch
A master on/off switch is located on the underside of the canopy.
Should a newly installed hood not operate, ensure the master on/off
switch is in the on position.
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Technical Information
Clothes Washer - Touchtronic
Appliance Overview
Front of Appliance
Figure W-1: Front Overview of Washer (Typical)
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Technical Information
Rear of Appliance
Figure W-2: Rear Overview of Washer (Touchtronic Model Shown)
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Technical Information
Controls – Touchtronic Models
Figure W-3: Overview of Controls (Typical Touchtronic Washer)
Detergent Dispenser – Touchtronic Models
Figure W-4: Detergent Dispenser (Typical) Touchtronic Models
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Technical and Safety Information
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Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information
section of this manual.
The shipping struts must be removed prior to any operation.
Ensure the washer is installed on a suitable surface.
Chlorine Bleach is not recommended for use in the clothes washer.
Only detergent carrying an “H.E.” (High Efficiency) designation should
be used.
The machine comes equipped to operate using both powder and
liquid detergents - to use liquid detergents the supplied detergent
drawer insert must be used. Contact Miele Technical Support for
details.
The machine must be perfectly level to ensure safe and proper
operation.
To perform a stacked installation an approved Miele stacking kit that
matches your model numbers must be used. The washer must be the
lower appliance.
Warning
A laundry stand and stacking kit cannot be used together.
Electrical Information
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Model
Number
Voltage
Breaker
Plug Style
All Models
120 / 240(208)
VAC
15 amp
NEMA 14-30
All models are equipped with a 5 ft., (12/4 AWG) power-cord with a
molded NEMA 14-30 plug.
If you do not have a dedicated 15 Amp circuit for this appliance, but
have a 240V, 30 Amp outlet, you can use a Miele “Easy Installation
Kit”, which allows you to use this existing line to connect this
appliance. For further information, refer to Electrical Information pages
in the General Information section of this manual or contact Miele.
Do not cutoff / remove the plug from the power cord.
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Plumbing Information
Water Inlet (Intake)
Connection Type
Hose Information
Cold Water Supply
Blue Lined Hose
Hot Water Supply
Red Lined Hose
Table W-1: Plumbing information
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Connection Type
3/4in. pipe thread
3/4in. pipe thread
Each water intake hose is equipped with screen filters - do not remove
the filters.
Water pressure should be 15-145 psi. (1-10 bar).
Note
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Should the water supply pressure exceeds 145 psi. (10 bar), a
pressure reducer must be installed on the supply.
Should the water supply pressure be less than 15 psi (1 bar),
insufficient water may be available for a complete fill.
Single Cold Water Supply Connection
If desired the washer can be connected to a single (cold) water supply by
connecting both the hot and cold intake hoses to the supply valve using a
“Y” adapter.
Drain Connection
The appliance is equipped with a 5 ft. (1.5 m) drain hose with a maximum
delivery height of 4ft. (1.2 m) for connection to a drain as follows:
ƒ Directly into a sink: hook the hose over the edge of the sink and
secure it firmly (i.e. by tying the hose to the water faucet etc...).
ƒ To a stand pipe: place the drain hose into a 1 1/2in. (38 mm) stand
pipe and secure in place.
ƒ To a floor drain: The machine is equipped with an airgap/antisiphoning system so that no minimum drain height is required.
Extending / Increasing the Length of the Drain Line
Maximum drain height can be increased by the installation of a booster
pump installation kit; and an additional booster drain pump. Maximum
drain height with this kit and pump installed is 8 feet and a maximum
drain length of 15 feet. Contact the Miele Technical Support Center for
further information
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Installation Procedure
1. Check the installation site. Ensure appliance is being installed on a
suitable surface, and required connections are present.
2. Lift the machine from the shipping pallet and move it to the installation
site.
Warning
ƒ The appliance may weigh more than expected
ƒ Do not lift the washer by the drum door.
ƒ Movement of the machine without the shipping struts in
place should be kept to a minimum.
ƒ DO NOT operate the appliance with the shipping struts installed.
3. REMOVE THE SHIPPING STRUTS (See Supplemental Information).
4. Plug the two open holes with the plastic caps provided. Store the
shipping struts in a safe place for future use.
5. Refer to Figure W-7. Level the appliance. Refer to the Accessories
section of the Installation Manual at this time if an optional Laundry
Stand is being installed.
ƒ Tip the machine slightly and place a support, such as a block of
wood, underneath it.
ƒ Unscrew each of the four feet as much as necessary by turning
both the foot and locking ring.
6. Remove the support, stand the machine on its feet and check
to see if it is level. Repeat step 5 as necessary.
Figure W-7: Leveling the appliance
Continued on the next page…
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Installation Procedure (continued)
7. Figure W-8. Lock the feet by performing the following:
Hold the foot (1) using a wrench; while turning the locking ring (2) to
the right. Ensure each locking ring is tight against the bottom of the
machine.
Figure W-8: Adjusting the feet
8. Perform the necessary plumbing connections.
9. Connect the Electric supply and perform an operation check.
10. Install the Stacking Kit (if required).
11. Provide the customer with an operational overview.
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Supplemental Information
Shipping Strut - Removal
Unhook and remove the strut
Protectors using a screw driver
Turn shipping struts 90°:
Left Strut – Counterclockwise
Right Strut – Clockwise
Pull out the shipping strut
Stow the struts on the back
of the washer
Reinstall strut protectors
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Technical Information
Basic Installation Faults
The water supply valve(s) is
(are) not open
The intake hoses are kinked
No water intake /
water intake fault
The water pressure is too low
Drain hose connection
exceeds max. height and/or
length
The (N) neutral line is missing
from the electrical supply
(W1966 and W1986 only)
Use a proper drain
connection (within
specification of the
appliance) OR install a
booster drain pump
Have a qualified
electrician perform the
necessary corrections.
The shipping struts have not
been removed
The washer is not level
Remove the shipping
struts
Check / level the washer
Not draining /
drain fault
The machine
shakes during the
spin cycle
Open the water supply
valve(s)
Check the hoses are
routed free of kinks /
obstructions
Increase water pressure
/ use an alternative
supply connection
Cooling of Drain Water (Suds Cooling)
This optional programmed function mixes cold water with the draining
water to reduce the temperature of the water exiting the drain hose.
To program the washer for this function, refer to the Miele Technical
Service Information, or contact the Miele Technical Support Center for
assistance.
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Clothes Dryer
Appliance Overview
Front of Appliance – Vented Model
Figure T-1: Front View of Vented Dryer (Typical)
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Front of Appliance – Condenser Model
Figure T-2: Front View of Condenser Model Dryer (Typical)
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Controls – Touchtronic Models
Figure T-3: Overview of Touchtronic Dryer Control Panel
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Technical Information
Technical and Safety Information
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Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information
section of this manual.
Do not drink the condensed water.
Keep the area around the air intake (toekick) and surrounding areas
free from lint, dust and dirt. This area should not be blocked (i.e.
toekick) this will prevent sufficient intake of air and effect machine
operation.
Do not reach into the dryer if the drum is moving.
The machine should be level to ensure safe and proper operation.
To perform a stacked installation an approved Miele stacking kit that
matches your model numbers must be used. The dryer must be the
upper the appliance.
Warning
A laundry stand and stacking kit cannot be used together.
Electrical Information
Model
Number
Voltage
120 / 240(208)
VAC
Table T-1: Dryer electrical information
All Models
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Breaker
Plug Style
15 amp
NEMA 14-30
All models are equipped with a 5 ft., (12/4 AWG) power-cord with a
molded NEMA 14-30 plug.
If you do not have a dedicated 15 Amp circuit for this appliance, but
have a 240V, 30 Amp outlet, you can use a Miele “Easy Installation
Kit”, which allows you to use this existing line to connect this
appliance. For further information, refer to Electrical Information pages
in the General Information section or contact Miele.
Do not cutoff / remove the plug from the power cord.
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Plumbing Information
Note
This information applies only to condenser model dryers.
On condenser model dryers the option exist to have the condensed water
exit the appliance via a drain line. A suitable drain line (i.e. standpipe)
would then be required.
Drain Hose Length
6 ft. (can be increased to max. of 10 ft.
Max. Drain Height
4 feet
For further information on the optional water drain option – refer to the
Condenser Dryer Installation Procedure.
Installation Procedure – All Models
Note
If dryer is to be installed in combination with a stacking kit and clothes
washer, the washer must be positioned with the stacking kit installed
before installing the dryer.
Note the dryer type (vented or condenser). Refer to the applicable
installation procedure, on the following pages.
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Installation Procedure – Vented Models
1. Check the installation site. Ensure the appliance is being installed on
a suitable surface, and the required connections are present.
2. Lift the machine from the shipping pallet and move it to the installation
site.
Warning
The appliance may weigh more than expected
Do not lift the dryer by the front door.
3. Level the appliance. If the dryer is being placed on a laundry stand or
stacked on a washer - refer to the accessories section of this manual.
4. Tip the machine slightly and place a support, such as a block of wood,
underneath it.
5. Unscrew each of the four feet as much as necessary by turning both
the foot and locking ring.
6. Remove the support, stand the machine on its feet and check to see if
it is level. Repeat step 5 as necessary.
7. Refer to Figure T-4. Lock the feet by performing the following:
Hold the foot (1) using a wrench; while turning the locking ring (2) to
the right. Ensure each locking ring is tight against the bottom of the
machine.
8. Remove the appropriate venting cap from the dryer. Install the vent
connector into the opening. Ensure all other vent exits are capped.
9. Connect a suitable vent to the dryer vent connector. For further
information venting refer to the Supplemental Information included
within this section.
10. Connect the Electric supply. Insert (a) wet/damp towel(s) into the
appliance and perform an operation check.
11. Provide the customer with an operational overview.
Figure T-4: Adjusting the feet
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Installation Procedure – Condenser Models
1. Check the installation site. Ensure appliance is being installed on a
suitable surface, and required connections are present.
2. Lift the machine from the shipping pallet and move it to the installation
site.
Warning
The appliance may weigh more than expected
Do not lift the dryer by the front door.
3. Level the appliance. If the dryer is being placed on a laundry stand or
stacked on a washer - refer to the Accessories section of this manual.
4. Tip the machine slightly and place a support, such as a block of wood,
underneath it.
5. Unscrew each of the four feet as much as necessary by turning both
the foot and locking ring.
6. Remove the support, stand the machine on its feet and check to see if
it is level. Repeat step 5 as necessary.
7. Refer to Figure T-5. Lock the feet by performing the following:
Hold the foot (1) using a wrench; while turning the locking ring (2) to
the right. Ensure each locking ring is tight against the bottom of the
machine.
8. If a drain connection for the condenser water is desired refer to the
Supplemental Information included within this section.
9. Connect the Electric supply and perform an operation check.
10. Provide the customer with an operational overview.
Figure T-5: Adjusting the feet
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Supplemental Information
Venting Information
Note
Venting information does not apply to condenser model dryers
General Information
The moist air from the dryer should be vented outside using a suitable
venting system.
ƒ To reduce drying time and energy consumption: avoid long runs,
numerous bends / angles and tight corners in the vent system.
ƒ On Miele dryers there is a choice of exhaust venting ports. Install the
vent connector to the appropriate connection, ensure all unused ports
are capped.
ƒ
Important
Do not vent the dryer into a chimney, wall space, ceiling, or other
concealed space.
ƒ Do not vent the dryer into a flue used by gas or fuel boilers or heaters
ƒ
Calculating the Effective Duct Length
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Condenser Dryers – Optional Drain Connection
1. Refer to Figure T-6. Unclip the drain hose (1), and remove it from the
drawer connector (2).
Figure T-6: Unclipping and disconnecting the drain hose
2. Refer to Figure T-7. Unclip the drain hose (3). Pull the entire drain
hose, from the dryer (4).
Figure T-11: Unclipping and fully extending the drain hose
Caution
Ensure the drain hose isn’t kinked / crimped. Re-attaching the drain hose
to the retaining clip(s) may help in reducing sharp bends in the hose.
3. Attach the provided elbow to the hose and secure it to the sink or into
the drain pipe.
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Laundry Products – Optional Accessories
WTV Stacking Kits
- Application Guide
- WTV405 Installation Instructions
- WTV408 Installation Instructions
- WTV421 / WTV423 Installation Instructions
WTS Laundry Stand
- WTS420 Laundry Stand Instructions
Undercounter Conversion / Installation Kit
- Installation Instructions
Integrated Door Panels
- Installation Instructions
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WTS Stacking Kit – Application Guide
5 Kilogram Models
119
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6 Kilogram Models
120
Technical Information
WTV405 – Installation Instructions
121
Technical Information
122
Technical Information
123
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WTV408 – Installation Instructions
124
Technical Information
125
Technical Information
126
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WTV421 / WTV423 – Installation Instructions
127
Technical Information
128
Technical Information
129
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WTS420 - Installation Instructions
130
Technical Information
131
Technical Information
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Undercounter Conversion / Installation Instructions
1. Set up the appliance in accordance with the product specific
installation instructions. Do not place the unit under the countertop
at this time.
2. Remove the two caps from the side of the lid and loosen the Torx T20
screws as shown in Figure 1.
retaining brackets
Figure 1: Removing the lid from the appliance.
3. Push inward on the screws, and lift the lid from the appliance.
4. Remove the lid retaining brackets from the rear of the appliance.
5. Install the top cover in the kit on the top of the appliance, using the
hardware provided in the kit, as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2: Installing the top cover on the appliance
6. Install the slide skis at the sides of the cabinet opening, as shown in
Figure 3.
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Note
The skis can be secured to the floor. Hardware to secure the slide skis is
not included in the kit.
Figure 3: Slide skis installed
7. Connect all site utilities (i.e. electrical, water supply, drain).
8. Slide the appliance into the opening; ensure hoses do not become
kinked / crushed as the appliance is moved into position.
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Integrated Panel – Installation Instructions
Note
Due to the close tolerances all measurements are shown in millimeters
(mm) unless otherwise stated.
Door Panel Dimensions
A
Door Panel
B
Figure 1: Door panel dimensions
A/Height
B/Width
Thickness
594mm
19mm
Model Number
Min.
Max.
W1119 Washer
450mm
635mm
T1329 Dryer
450mm
635mm
T1329 Dryer
450mm
594mm
(if Stacked)
Table 1: Door panel dimensions
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Before Getting Started
1. Refer to Table 1 (pg.1)– as necessary. Ensure the panel dimensions
allow for proper installation. Make sure you know which is the top
edge of the panel before proceeding to step 2.
Note
To avoid damage to the panel – place the door panel only on a suitable
surface (blanket etc…) during this procedure.
2. Refer to Figure 2. Place the panel face (finished side) down with the
top edge of the panel furthest away from you. All measurements and
guide lines should only be made on the unfinished side of the panel.
Top edge of door panel
Figure 2
Important
To prevent damaging the custom panel, when drilling pilot holes, and
notches DO NOT exceed a depth of 13mm (about 5/8in). The use of a
drill bit stop is highly recommended.
Important
Ensure you have a 35mm (about 1 3/8in.) Forstner drill bit (see figure 9)
along with standard bits and a MM tape measure before starting this
procedure.
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Custom Panel – Preparation Procedures
Mounting Holes – Locations
1. Refer to Figure 3. Measure the door panel width and locate the center
of the panel. Draw a centerline (A) down the panel.
Figure 3
2. Refer to Figure 4. From the top edge of the panel measure down and
draw horizontal lines at the following locations:
ƒ B – 11mm
ƒ C – 63mm
ƒ D – 263mm
ƒ E – 443mm
Figure 4
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Mounting Holes – Locations (continued)
3. Refer to Figure 5. Draw two vertical lines (parallel to the centerline) as
follows:
ƒ F – 286mm to the left of the centerline
ƒ G – 286mm to the right of the centerline
Figure 5
4. Refer to Figure 5. Drill a 1.5mm (1/16in.) pilot hole
13mm (5/8in.) deep into the panel at the following intersecting lines:
ƒ C and F
ƒ C and G
ƒ D and F
ƒ D and G
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Mounting Holes – Locations (continued)
5. Refer to Figure 6. Draw two vertical lines (parallel to the centerline) as
follows:
ƒ H – 238mm to the left of the centerline
ƒ I – 238mm to the right of the centerline
Figure 6
6. Refer to Figure 6. Drill a 1.5mm (1/16in.) pilot hole
13mm (5/8in.) deep into the panel at the following intersecting lines:
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
B and H
B and A
B and I
E and H
E and A
E and I
Proceed to “Creating Hinge Notches”.
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Creating Hinge Notches
1. Refer to Figure 7. Draw a vertical line (parallel to the centerline) as
follows:
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For installation on the W1119 Clothes Washer
J– 275mm to the left of the centerline
For installation on the T1329 Clothes Dryer
K – 275mm to the right of the centerline
Figure 7
2. Refer to Figure 8. From the top edge of the panel measure down and
draw horizontal lines at following locations:
ƒ L – 94m
ƒ M – 418mm
Figure 8
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Creating Hinge Notches (continued)
3. Refer to Figure 8. Mark the panel as follows:
For installation on the W1119 Clothes Washer
L and J
M and J
For installation on the T1329 Clothes Dryer
L and K
M and K
4. Use a 35mm (about 1 3/8in.) Forstner drill bit to create the notches by
using the positions marked in step 3 as the centerpoints. DO NOT
exceed a depth of 13mm. (5/8in.).
Figure 9
Proceed to “Creating Hardware Notches”.
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Creating Hardware Notches
1. Refer to Figure 10. Draw a vertical line (parallel to the centerline) as
follows:
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For installation on the W1119 Clothes Washer
N– 269mm to the left of the centerline
For installation on the T1329 Clothes Dryer
O – 269mm to the right of the centerline
Figure 10
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Creating Hardware Notches (continued)
2. Refer to Figure 11. From the top edge of the panel measure down and
draw horizontal lines at following locations:
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
P – 68mm
Q – 120mm
R – 392mm
E – 444mm
Figure 11
3. Refer to Figure 11. Drill a 5mm (1/4in.) hole
13mm (5/8in.) deep into the panel at the following intersecting lines:
For installation on the W1119 Clothes Washer
P and N
Q and N
R and N
S and N
For installation on the T1329 Clothes Dryer
P and O
Q and O
R and O
S and O
Proceed to “Installing the Door Panel on the Appliance”.
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Installing the Door Panel on the Appliance
1. Refer to Figure 12. Ensure the pilot holes (for mounting), the hinge
notches and the hardware notches are present in the panel.
Washer Panel
Dryer Panel
Figure 12
2. Open the front door of the appliance.
3. Refer to Figure 13. Remove the ten (10) screws from the inside of the
door and remove the existing door panel from the metal door of the
appliance.
4. Position the custom door panel on the appliance.
5. Support (or clamp the custom panel to the metal door – as necessary)
the panel and reinstall the screws removed in step 3.
6. Check door alignment and operation.
Figure 13
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Clothes Washer- Super Large Capacity
Appliance Overview
Front of Appliance
Figure SLC-W-1: Front view of appliance
1.
2.
3.
4-7
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Figure SLC-W-2: Drain options
High pressure intake hose: red mark (hot water)
High pressure intake hose: blue mark (cold water).
Power Cord.
Flexible drain hose with detachable swivel elbow
(Drain options shown).
Control Panel.
Detergent dispenser drawer and door opener in case of
power failure.
Drum door.
Access panel to lint trap and drain pump.
Four height-adjustable feet.
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Appliance Overview - Rear View
Figure SLC-W-3: Rear view of appliance
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Electrical Connection.
W-LAN Communication Module.
Rear access with grip for transportation.
High pressure intake hose: blue mark (cold water).
High pressure intake hose: red mark (hot water).
Drain hose.
Shipping struts.
Storage bracket for intake and drain hoses.
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Controls – SLC W4800 Models
Figure SLC—W-4: Overview of Controls (SLC W4800 Model)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Programs buttons ÐÏ to select a wash program.
Options buttons: special features to enhance a wash program.
Temp button: select the wash temperature.
Spin speed button: select the spin speed.
PC indicator: allows a service technician to check and update
the wash programs.
Status indicators: shows the current cycle of the wash program.
Buzzer button: turns the buzzer on and off.
Fault indicators: indicates errors and shows activated Child Lock.
Start button: starts the selected wash program.
Pause/Hold to cancel button: pauses or cancels a pr
Controls – SLC W4840 Models
Figure SLC-W-5: Overview of Controls (SLC W4800 Model)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Program buttons: to select a wash program
Option buttons: special feature to enhance a wash program.
PC Indicator: allows a service technician to check and update
the wash programs.
Delay Start button: to delay the start of a program.
Display with menu buttons: for display functions.
Start: starts the selected wash program
Pause button: pauses or cancels a program
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Detergent Dispenser – Super Large Capacity Models
Figure SLC-W-6: Detergent dispenser
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Technical and Safety Information
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information
section of this manual.
The shipping struts must be removed prior to any operation.
Ensure the washer is installed on a suitable surface.
Only detergent carrying an “H.E.” (High Efficiency) designation should
be used.
The machine comes equipped to operate using both powder and
liquid detergents - to use liquid detergents the supplied detergent
drawer insert must be used. Contact Miele Technical Support for
details.
The machine must be perfectly level to ensure safe and proper
operation.
Warning
The Super Large Capacity laundry units cannot be stacked
Electrical Information
Model
Number
Voltage
Breaker
Plug Style
All Models
120 VAC
15 amp
NEMA 5-15
Table SLC-W-1: Electrical information
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ƒ
All models are equipped with a 5 ft., power-cord with a molded NEMA
5-15 plug.
Do not cutoff / remove or modify the plug from the power cord.
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Plumbing Information
Water Inlet (Intake)
Connection Type
Cold Water Supply
Hot Water Supply
ƒ
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Hose Information
Blue Lined Hose
Red Lined Hose
Connection Type
3/4in. pipe thread
3/4in. pipe thread
Each water intake hose is equipped with screen filters - do not remove
the filters.
Water pressure should be 15-145 psi. (1-10 bar).
Note
ƒ
ƒ
Should the water supply pressure exceeds 145 psi. (10 bar), a
pressure reducer must be installed on the supply.
Should the water supply pressure be less than 15 psi (1 bar),
insufficient water may be available for a complete fill.
Hot Water Connection
The hot water temperature must not exceed 140º F (60º C). The ideal
temperature is approximately 130º F (55º C).
Note
ƒ
ƒ
Do not connect the washer to hot water only.
The washer can be connected to a single (cold) water supply
by connecting both the hot and cold intake hoses to the supply
valve using a “Y” adapter. Both hoses must be connected for
the machine to work properly
Drain Connection
The appliance is equipped with a 5 ft. (1.5 m) drain hose with a maximum
delivery height of 4ft. (1.2 m) for connection to a drain as follows:
ƒ Directly into a sink: hook the hose over the edge of the sink and
secure it firmly (i.e. by tying the hose to the water faucet etc...).
ƒ To a stand pipe: place the drain hose into a 1 1/2in. (38 mm) stand
pipe and secure in place.
ƒ To a floor drain: The machine is equipped with an airgap/antisiphoning system so that no minimum drain height is required.
ƒ The drain hose may be extended to run a maximum of 16 feet as
along as the 4 ft maximum height is not exceeded. Contact Miele
Technical Support for more information
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Installation Procedure
1. Check the installation site. Ensure appliance is being installed on a
suitable surface, and required connections are present.
Note
ƒ A concrete or reinforced floor is the most suitable surface for the
washer.
ƒ If installation must be on a wooden joist floor the corner of a room
is the best place to install the washer.
1) The washer must be leveled and securely positioned.
Install the appliance on a 1 ¼” thick plywood base
2) The base should be large enough to span several joists
and anchored to the joists below and not just the floor
boards.
3) Caution should be taken if this appliance is mounted on a
raised platform. It must be secured with retaining clips
available from your Miele Dealer
4) If installed on a concrete or masonry base, the surrounding
area surrounding the base should have a ½ “ high rim to
prevent the washer from vibrating off the base during the
spin cycle
ƒ DO NOT operate the appliance with the shipping struts installed.
2. Lift the machine from the shipping pallet and move it to the installation
site.
Warning
ƒ The appliance may weigh more than expected
ƒ Do not lift the washer by the drum door.
ƒ Movement of the machine without the shipping struts in
place should be kept to a minimum.
ƒ DO NOT operate the appliance with the shipping struts installed.
3. REMOVE THE SHIPPING STRUTS (See Supplemental Information).
4. Plug the two open holes with the plastic caps provided. Store the
shipping struts in a safe place for future use.
5. Refer to Figure W-7. Level the appliance. Refer to the Accessories
section of the Installation Manual at this time if an optional Laundry
Stand is being installed.
ƒ Tip the machine slightly and place a support, such as a block of
wood, underneath it.
ƒ Unscrew each of the four feet as much as necessary by turning
both the foot and locking ring.
6. Remove the support, stand the machine on its feet and check
to see if it is level. Repeat step 5 as necessary.
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Installation Procedure (continued)
Figure SLC-W-7: Leveling the appliance
7. Figure W-8. Lock the feet by performing the following:
Hold the foot (1) using a wrench; while turning the locking ring (2) to
the right. Ensure each locking ring is tight against the bottom of the
machine.
Figure SLC-W-8: Adjusting the feet
8. Perform the necessary plumbing connections.
9. Connect the Electric supply and perform an operation check.
10. Provide the customer with an operational overview.
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Supplemental Information
Shipping Strut – Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Turn the left Shipping Strut Counter-Clockwise 90° to Unlock ref to Fig 9.
Turn the right Shipping Strut Counter- Clockwise 90° to Unlock.
Pull out the Shipping Strut from the washer ref to Fig 10.
Cover the Holes with supplied Cover Plates ref to Fig 11.
Give the Shipping Struts to the customer to store for future use.
Figure SLC-W-9: Shipping strut unlocking
Figure SLC-W-10: Shipping strut removal
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Figure SLC-W-11: Installing cover plate
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Clothes Dryer- Super Large Capacity
Appliance Overview
Front of Appliance
Figure SLC-T-1: T98XX Dryer Front View
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Exhaust connection.
Power cord with plug.
Control Panel.
Door.
Four (4) height adjustable screw feet.
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Rear of Appliance
Figure SLC-T-2: T98XX Dryer Rear View
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Handle for transportation (arrows)
Power cord with plug
Slot for W-LAN Communication Module.
Air intake
Gas connection (Not present on electric models)
Vent connection with restriction insert- Gas Models Only
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Controls – Super Large Capacity Dryer
Figure SLC-T-3: Overview of Dryer Control Panel
Technical and Safety Information
ƒ Refer to the General Safety Guidelines in the General Information
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
section of this manual.
Keep the area around the air intake (toe-kick) and surrounding areas
free from lint, dust and dirt. This area should not be blocked (i.e. toekick) this will prevent sufficient intake of air and effect machine
operation.
Do not reach into the dryer if the drum is moving.
The machine should be level to ensure safe and proper operation.
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Technical and Safety Information Cont
Warning Danger of Toxic Fumes.
The exhaust gases from the dryer must only be vented outside the
building. Do not terminate the exhaust ducts in a chimney, fireplace
ducting, a combustion appliance flue, or enclosed unventilated area
such as an attic, garage, crawlspace, wall, ceiling or concealed space
of the building. To reduce the risk of fire, only use metal ductwork.
Confined Space Installation
Figure SLC-T-4: Confined space installation
If the dryer is installed in a space that is less than 122 square feet, the
minimum clearance must be adhered to for proper ventilation.
Never install other fuel-burning appliances in the same area as the dryer.
Doors must be louvered or otherwise ventilated a minimum of 200 square
inches of open area is required. It must be equally divided within 12” of
the top and 12” of the bottom of the door ref SLC-T-4.
Sides
0”
Top
12”
Rear
* 0”
Table SLC-T-1: Ventilation requirements
* The rear clearance is as close to the wall still allowing for the gas connection (if
applicable) and venting
Note
Make sure the dryer door can be fully opened once installed
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Electrical Information
Model
Number
Voltage
Breaker
Plug Style
Electric Models
120 / 240(208)
VAC
30 amp
NEMA 14-30
Gas Models
120 VAC
15 amp
NEMA 5-15
Table SLC-T-2: Electrical requirements
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The electric models are equipped with a 5 ft. cord.
The gas models are equipped with a 5’ 7’’ cord.
Do not cutoff / remove the plug from the power cord.
Warning
The Super Large Capacity laundry units cannot be stacked
Installation Procedure – All Models
Note the dryer type (electric or gas). Refer to the applicable installation
procedure, on the following pages.
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General Installation Procedure – Electric Models
1. Check the installation site. Ensure the appliance is being installed
on a suitable surface, and the required connections are present.
2. Lift the machine from the shipping pallet and move it to the
installation site.
Warning
The appliance may weigh more than expected
Do not lift the dryer by the front door.
3. Level the appliance. If the dryer is being placed on a laundry stand
- refer to the accessories section of this manual.
4. Tip the machine slightly and place a support, such as a block of
wood, underneath it.
5. Unscrew each of the four feet as much as necessary by turning
both the foot and locking ring.
6. Remove the support, stand the machine on its feet and check to
see if it is level. Repeat step 5 as necessary.
7. Refer to Figure SLC-T-7. Lock the feet by performing the
following:
Hold the foot (1) using a wrench; while turning the locking ring
(2) to the right. Ensure each locking ring is tight against the
bottom of the machine.
8. Remove the appropriate venting cap from the dryer. Install the
vent connector into the opening
9. Connect a suitable vent to the dryer vent connector. For further
information venting refer to the Supplemental Information included
within this section.
10. Connect the Electric supply. Insert (a) wet/damp towel(s) into the
appliance and perform an operation check.
11. Provide the customer with an operational overview.
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Installation Procedure – Electric Models Electrical Plug
Figure SLC-T-5: Electrical plug modification
1.
2.
3.
4.
Available for the Super Large Capacity Dryer machine
4 Prong Adapter cord to fit into 3 Prong Receptacle.
Must be connected to local ground (green ground wire).
Part # 94012900USA
NOTE: This adapter should only be installed by trained personnel or
a qualified electrician in compliance with all local and national codes.
T9800 Dryer must be properly grounded. For assistance or
additional information, please call the Miele Technical Support
Department at
800-999-1360.
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Installation Procedure – Leveling Dryer All Models
Figure SLC-T-6: Leveling the appliance
Figure SLC-T-7: Adjusting the feet
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General Installation Procedure – Gas Models
1. Check the installation site. Ensure the appliance is being installed
on a suitable surface, and the required connections are present.
2. Lift the machine from the shipping pallet and move it to the
installation site.
Warning
The appliance may weigh more than expected
Do not lift the dryer by the front door.
3. Level the appliance. If the dryer is being placed on a laundry stand
- refer to the accessories section of this manual.
4. Tip the machine slightly and place a support, such as a block of
wood, underneath it.
5, Unscrew each of the four feet as much as necessary by turning
both the foot and locking ring.
6. Remove the support, stand the machine on its feet and check to
see if it is level. Repeat step 5 as necessary.
7. Refer to Figure SLC-T-7. Lock the feet by performing the
following:
Hold the foot (1) using a wrench; while turning the locking ring
(2) to the right. Ensure each locking ring is tight against the
bottom of the machine.
8. Remove the appropriate venting cap from the dryer. Install the
vent connector into the opening..
9. Connect a suitable vent to the dryer vent connector. For further
information venting refer to the Supplemental Information included
within this section.
10. Connect the gas refer to the gas connection instructions
below
11. Connect the Electric supply. Insert (a) wet/damp towel(s) into the
appliance and perform an operation check.
12. Provide the customer with an operational overview
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Specific Installation Procedure – Gas Models
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Specific Installation Procedure – Gas Connections
Figure SLC-T-8: Gas dryer dimensions and clearances
Figure SLC-T-9: Gas dryer supply line
1.
2.
3.
Flare union adapter
1/8 “NPT pressure tapping plug
Gas shut-off valve
The gas supply line should be made of ½” rigid pipe is recommended.
However, if allowed by code, an AGA or CGA approved flexible stainless
steel gas hose may be used between the gas source and the dryer.
This appliance must be installed with its own shut off valve on the gas
supply line and must be within 6 ft. and in the same room of the dryer.
A ⅛” NPT pressure tapping plug must be installed immediately upstream
of the gas supply connection. This allows the gas inlet pressure to be
checked regularly. (Fig SLT- 8)
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Specific Installation Procedure – Gas Connections Cont.
Warning
Make sure that nothing rubs against the gas hose.
Figure SLC-T-10: Elbow installation
Figure SLC-T-11: Adapter installation
Figure SLC-T-12: Supply line connection
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Specific Installation Procedure – Gas Connections Cont.
Note
Secure all connections use appropriate Teflon tape or thread compound.
Note: All installations must be in strict accordance with national, state
and local codes, safety regulations and standards. Some localities
require a licensed plumber/gas fitter, to complete the installation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Install a female ⅜ “NPT elbow at the end of the dryer gas
connection ref to Fig SLC-T-10
Install a ⅜” flare union adapter, # 1 to the female elbow ref to Fig
SLC-T-11
Install the flexible metal gas line (hose) connector to the adapter
ref to Fig SLC-T-12
Using (2) two adjustable wrenches tighten the flexible gas line
connections ref to Fig SLC-T-12
After connecting the appliance check all fittings for gas leaks e.g.
with soapy water or an equivalent type test substance.
Warning!
Never use an open flame to test for gas leaks.
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Supplemental Information
Venting Information
General Information
The moist air from the dryer should be vented outside using a suitable
venting system.
ƒ To reduce drying time and energy consumption: avoid long runs,
numerous bends / angles and tight corners in the vent system.
ƒ
Important
Do not vent the dryer into a chimney, wall space, ceiling, or other
concealed space.
ƒ Do not vent the dryer into a flue used by gas or fuel boilers or heaters
ƒ
Calculating Effective Duct Length
The overall effective duct length will determine the duct diameter.
Measure the actual total length needed from the dryer’s exhaust
connection to the vents outlet. Establish the number of elbows or bends
necessary, noting the type of bends, angles and radius involved. Add the
additional duct length to the actual duct length to get the effective length.
Reference table 2 for additional duct lengths.
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Calculating Additional Duct Lengths
Table SLC-T-3: Calculating Effective duct length
Maximum effective duct lengths
Diameter of ducting
Maximum effective duct length
4” (100mm)
66ft.
5” (125mm)
131ft.
6” (150mm)
328ft.
Table SLC-T-4: Maximum effective duct length
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Types of Ducting
Figure SLC-T-13 Types of Ducting Material
Standard – Flexible duct
Better – Flexible aluminum duct
Best – Rigid duct
Note:
To reduce drying time and energy consumption, avoid long
runs, numerous angles and tight bends in the ducting
system.
Rigid Ducting – solid type will give the customer the most
optimum drying results, quicker drying, and the least
amount of noise.
Warning
DO NOT use vinyl ducting with Miele appliances.
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Laundry Stands – Installation Procedures
Note
Always refer to the installation instructions that are shipped with the
laundry stands as they will have any changes that may have occurred
since the publication of this manual
1.
Unpack the WTS 430 Stands and remove the drawer from the Stand.
Ref to Fig SLC-LS-2
Note
Stands have a release clip at the bottom of the drawer, or on some
Stands; the drawer can be lifted off the rails that the drawer slides in and
out on.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove the Detergent Drawer and empty any water from the washer. If
this is a new installation, leave the Shipping Struts in place. If this is an
install of the Stand to an existing appliance, re-install the Shipping Struts
Remove the rear panel from the Stand. Remove all the Torx T-20 screws
from the cover ref to Fig SLC-LS-3.
Place the appliances down on a soft mat, rug or carpet to prevent
damage to the appliances. Place the washer on its left side and dryer on
its right side ref to Fig SLC-LS-4.
Remove all four (4) feet from the appliance.
Join the stands together to the washer/dryer and fasten together with
bolts ref to Fig SLC-LS-4.
Note
Place (2) two flat washers onto set screws opposite end of the feet
between the stand and appliance. Failure to install the washers will cause
the drawer to jam ref to Fig SLC-LS-4.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Screw the four feet to the laundry stand.
Fasten the set screws and tighten with 17mm wrench from inside the
stand ref to Fig SLC-LS-4.
Stand the appliance back to the upright position.
Reinstall the rear panel cover and tighten all T-20 screws Fig SLC-LS-3.
Level the appliance and lock the feet with the locknut on the feet Fig SLCLS-5.
Reinstall the drawers.
Note
If the Stand installation is on both a washer and dryer, make sure both
appliances have been leveled to the same height
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Laundry Stands – Installation Procedures Cont.
13.
Snap both locking clips into one Stand Fig SLC-LS-6.
Note
The locking clips can also be unlocked using the special tool provided
with the kit ref to Fig SLC-LS-6
14.
15.
16.
17.
Slide the machines together in the final installation location ref to Fig
SLC-LS-7
Listen for an audible snap when the locking clips are inserted into the
opposite Stand ref to Fig SLC-LS-6 and 7
Install plugs on the outside of the Stands to cover holes if applicable ref to
Fig SLC-LS-8
Install the Stand drawer dividers and close drawer ref to Fig SLC-LS-9
Note
The drawer can be leveled by adjusting screws located on the sides of
the drawer ref to ref to Fig SLC-LS-10. Remove the screw cover cap and
loosen the retaining screws on the side of the drawer, do not remove
them completely. Adjust the panel on the drawer and tighten the retaining
screws on the side of the drawer ref to Fig 4.
SLC-LS-1: Stand Side by Side Installation
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SLC-LS-2: Drawer removal
SLC-LS-3: Rear panel removal
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SLC-LS-4: Mounting stand to washer
SLC-LS-5: Adjusting the feet of the stands
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SLC-LS-6: Locking clips and special tool provided
SLC-LS-7: Locking clips
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SLC-LS-8: Locking clips
SLC-LS-9: Drawer dividers
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SLC-LS-10: Drawer front cover adjustment
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Dishwashers
G1000-G2000 Series
Dishwasher Types
Pre-Finished (U Model)
Pre-finished model dishwashers come with an assembled door and
control panel directly from Miele.
Integrated (I Model)
Dishwasher is shipped with separate control, fascia, and optional GDU
panel. The separate components are then installed to the appliance at the
same time the dishwasher is installed. A separate bracket for installing a
customer supplied cabinet panel is shipped with the appliance for
integrating into surrounding cabinets.
Integrated (I Model)
Dishwasher is shipped with control panel and fascia installed. An optional
GDU panel or custom cabinet panel can be installed on the front. A
separate bracket for installing a customer supplied cabinet panel is
shipped with the appliance for integrating into surrounding cabinets.
Fully Integrated (VI Model)
Dishwasher is designed to be installed fully integrated (hidden) into
cabinets. A customer supplied cabinet panel or optional Miele stainless
steel SCVI panel is required for installation. The dishwasher is shipped
with necessary brackets to attach panel to the appliance. The optional
fully integrated stainless steel panel is available for all fully integrated
models. The panel is available with / without a finished handle. Operator
controls are only available when door is opened.
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Four-digit model designations*
G
2
Product
Group
Generation/
Height
G:
Dishwasher
1: Gen. 1 / 81 cm
2: Gen. 1 / 85 cm
3: 55 cmwide
4: Gen. 2 / 81 cm
5: Gen. 2 / 85 cm
6: Gen. 3 / 81 cm
7: Gen. 3 / 85 cm
8
3
Category
Width/Vi/
Fascia
Modification
index
0-3:Entry line
4-6:Mid-range
7: High-end
8-9:Top-of-range
0: 45 cm
1: 45 cmangled
control panel
2 / 4: 60 cm
3 / 5: 60 cm
angled control
panel
6: 45 cmVi
7 / 8: 60 cmVi
9: Special
distributionchannel models
0: No
modification
index
1: Countrified /
No modification
index
2: Modification
index 1
3: Countrified /
No modification
index
...
* Some model designations in the entry-level range represent exceptions to this rule!
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Dishwasher – Overview (G1000-G2000) Integrated
1 Upper spray arm (not visible)
2 Cutlery tray (depending on model)
8 Data plate
9 Child Safety Lock
3 Upper basket
10 Rinse aid reservoir
4 Middle spray arm
11. Detergent Dispenser
5 Air inlet for drying (model specific)
12. Salt container
6 Lower spray arm
7 Filter combination
Figure G1/2 – 1: Appliance Overview – Typical Integrated Model
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Dishwasher – Overview (G1000-G2000) Fully integrated
Figure G1/2 – 2: Appliance Overview – Typical Fully Integrated (Vi) Model
1. Upper spray arm (not visible)
8. Data plate
2. Cutlery tray (depending on model)
9. Optical interface
3. Upper basket
10. Rinse aid reservoir
4. Middle spray arm
11. Detergent Dispenser
5. Air inlet for drying (model specific)
12. Salt container (location varies)
6. Lower spray arm
7..Filter combination
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Data Tag
The Data Tag is located on the right side edge of the door – as shown.
Figure G1/2 – 3: Data tag location
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Controls Overview
Miele dishwashers are currently categorized into four (4) product series,
based on the type of controls.
Knob Controlled
Each Knob Controlled model dishwasher can be operated with a single
knob. Surface mounted design technology (SMD) allows Miele components
to be extremely durable and reliable. These controls are capable of
performing hundreds of tasks, which cannot be handled by mechanical
components.
G2020 SC
Touch Controlled
This series of Miele dishwashers is operated by pushing a single button –
no separate temperature or drying selections – just turn the machine on,
select a program and Miele does the rest. All models include a diverse
group of wash programs for multiple cleaning needs. Models are designed
to maximize cleaning results and optimize water and energy conservation.
G2140 Sci
G2150 SC Diamante
G2630 SCi
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Fully Integrated
The Fully Integrated series dishwashers have the program controls located
on the top edge of the door; and are accessed while the door is open.
Neither seen nor heard, the Miele Fully Integrated Series dishwashers OCI
(Optical cycle Indicator) allows you to see the progress of the dishwasher
cycle by way of a red light, which is steady or flashing depending on the
status of the cycle.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Delay start pad
Tab 2in1/3in1 pad
Intake/Drain LED
Rinse aid LED
5.
6.
7.
8.
Salt LED
Program selection LEDs
Program selection pad
On switch
9. Off switch
10. Optical function check
Control Panel Gx27x
1.
2.
3.
4.
Delay start pad
Tab 2in1/3in1 pad
Intake/Drain LED
Rinse aid LED
5.
6.
7.
8.
Glass care LED
Salt LED
Program selection LEDs
Program selection pad
9. On switch
10. Off switch
11. Optical function check
Control Panel Gx47X
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Delay start pad
Tab 2in1/3in1 pad
Intake/Drain LED
Rinse aid LED
Salt LED
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Glass care LED
Filter control LED
Spray arm control LED
Program selection LEDs
Program selection pad
Control Panel Gx57x
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11. On switch
12. Off switch
13. Optical function check
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Navitronic
The Navitronic Touch Display consists of two electronic boards located
behind the control panel. The front program electronic board contains pad
sensors, which respond to finger contact. Three touch pad sensors are
present on each side of the display to control the menu items displayed
next to them (indicated by a small arrow) within the display area. During
operation the display will show:
The program name
The current time of day
The program sequence
The approximate remaining time
Faults and messages
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
LaPerla
Child Safety Lock
Figure G1/2 – 4: Child Safety Lock
1. To lock the door, push the slider below the
door grip to the right
2. To unlock the door, push the slider to the left.
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Electrical Information
Power Requirements: 120 VAC, 60 Hz
Rated Load: 2110 W
Circuit breaker: 15 AMPS
The appliance is equipped with a 4 ft power cord and molded NEMA 515
plug; for connection to a NEMA 5-15R receptacle (120 VAC, 15 Amp, 3
prong, grounded outlet).
It is recommended that the power outlet for the appliance be installed on
the wall (within the cabinets), adjacent to under counter space where the
appliance is installed.
Ensure the cabinets contain no rough edges that could damage the power
cord water intake or drain hose. If metal cabinets are used, ensure a rubber
grommet is installed around the opening.
Always exercise care when sliding the dishwasher in or out, to
prevent damaging the power cord and / or hoses
Hard Wire Electrical Connection
Connections: L1 (Black) to L on terminal block, N (White) to N on
terminal block, GND to ground connector
Hard wiring the dishwasher should only be done if required by electrical
code.
Do not cut the plug off the power supply cord / plug and connect it directly
to the house wiring under any circumstances. This will void the warranty.
For hard wiring, the power cord must be removed from the appliance by
disconnecting the cord from the terminal box located at the lower center of
the dishwasher, behind the Toe kick and Service Panel. Pass the
permanent power supply cable through the existing strain relief and secure
directly to the terminal box.
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Plumbing Connection
Intake Connection
The appliance is equipped with a five (5) foot long Double WaterProof
System Intake Hose; equipped with a ¾ inch female hose connection; for
connection to a ¾ inch male hose thread water supply valve.
All Miele dishwashers heat water internally to the temperatures required by
the wash program. This capability offers the option of connecting the
machine to either a hot or cold water supply.
• For lowest energy consumption connect the dishwasher to cold water
(recommended for dishwashers with China & Crystal programs)
• For fastest possible wash times, with slightly higher energy consumption,
connect the dishwasher to hot water
A 2" x 4" (60 x 115 mm) may be required in either the side or bottom of the
cabinet adjacent to the dishwasher. This is necessary to accommodate the
water valve box located at the end of the WaterProof System (WPS) near
the plumbing connection
Water-Proof System Mounting Positions
The Water-Proof System should be connected and mounted only as
shown:
UP
Figure G1/2 – 6: Approved Water-Proof System Mounting Positions
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Connecting to Existing 3/8” Plumbing Line
An existing 3/8" copper water line can be used as follows:
1.
Cut the 3/8" copper tubing after the shut off valve.
2,
Install the 3/8" compression to 3/4" MHT (Male Hose Thread)
adapter (supplied with the machine) as shown.
3.
Connect the inlet hose to the existing valve/adapter assembly.
4.
The valve box at the water connection should be installed so that
it is at least 10" (24 cm) above the floor (or base of the cabinet) to
ensure any coiled hose remains lower than the valve box.
3/8 Adapter
Figure G1/2 – 7: WaterProof System Connection to 3/8 copper
line
Danger
Do NOT cut or modify the WaterProof System!
Cutting or modifying the WaterProof System will result in
damage to the dishwasher and uncontrolled water flow!
Typical Plumbing Connections / Hose Routing
Water Inlet (WPS)
Drain Connection
Dishwasher
2x4” opening for plumbing and
electrical pass-through
Figure G1/2 – 8: Typical plumbing connections
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Drain Connection
The appliance is equipped with a five (5) foot long Drain Hose for
connection to a ¾ inch drain nipple.
The dishwasher drain system also utilizes:
ƒ A built in non-return valve to prevent waste water from flowing
back into the dishwasher.
ƒ A built in odor trap (on the discharge side) to prevent odors from
re-entering the kitchen.
Maximum drain height
Maximum drain hose length
3 ft (1 m)
12 ft (3.5 m)
Note
Do not cut and / or attempt to shorten the drain hose. If the drain hose is
too long loop the drain hose behind the appliance.
The drain line should be connected to the homes drain system as follows:
ƒ Above the trap using the clamp provided OR
ƒ To the dishwasher drain connector on the garbage disposal*
*Note
When connecting the drain hose to a garbage disposal, ensure the
knockout is fully removed! (Refer to the disposal manufacturer’s
instructions for the exact procedure to perform this step)
Important
If the drain line is connection is below the level of the machines legs (i.e.
into a crawlspace under the floor) - see the Supplementary Information
section for venting the drain system.
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Installation
Tip
An installation summary (checklist) is included with the Supplemental
Information on page 170 of this manual
Steam Deflector - Information
The Steam Deflector is used to protect the underside of the countertop
against steam rising from the dishwasher when the door is opened. If the
countertop is made of Corian®, granite, marble or other solid, waterproof
material, the steam deflector is not required.
Steam Deflector - Installation
Squeeze a bead of sealant from the supplied tube into the angle formed
by the curved edge of the coverplate. Align the plate with the lower front
edge of the worktop (see illustration) and use the supplied tacks to nail it
in place. Certain installations may require an adhesive be used in place of
nails – always check with countertop manufacturer to ensure the proper
type of adhesive is used.
Figure G1/2 – 9: Dishwasher Steam Deflector Installation
Installing the Dishwasher Under The Countertop
For ease of service and quick disconnection, it’s best to install the
dishwasher so that the water and electrical supplies can easily be
accessed through an adjacent cabinet; rather than behind the appliance.
If the electrical and water supplies are located behind the machine the
dishwasher will have to be removed from the cabinet for service. See the
“Plumbing” and “Electrical” sections for proper connection procedures
before continuing.
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Install Control Panel and / or Door Panel to Dishwasher
Refer to the appropriate section for the dishwasher type and options
being installed:
ƒ Knob and Touch Controlled w/ Customer Supplied Panel
ƒ Knob and Touch Controlled Models w/ GDU panel
ƒ Fully Integrated Models
Note - Pre-Finished Dishwashers
Pre-Finished models are equipped with a control panel and door
assembly built into the design of the dishwasher - proceed directly to
Securing the Dishwasher
Knob Controlled Models (dishwashers with selector knob)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Refer to the figure below.
Place the cover (1) over the push button.
Position the control panel (2) over the backing plate, fasten it from
the inside of the door (3) using the six screws provided.
Align and press the knob (4) on its shaft.
Figure G1/2 – 10: Knob Controlled Control Panel Installation
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Knob Controlled (w/ Selector Knob & Turbothermic Fan)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Refer to the Figure below.
Place the cover (1) over the push button.
Push the ventilation grill (2) into the metal backing plate.
Position the control panel (3) over the backing plate and fasten it
from the inside of the door (4) using the six screws provided.
Align and press the knob (5) onto its shaft.
Figure G-1/2 - 11: Knob Controlled (w/ Turbothermic Fan) Control Panel
Installation
Touch Controlled Models
1.
2.
3.
4.
Refer to the figure below.
Place the cover (1) over the push button.
Push the ventilation grill (2) into the metal backing plate.
Position the control panel (3) over the backing plate and fasten it
from the inside of the door (4) using the six screws provided.
Figure G-1/2 - 12: Touch Controlled Control Panel Installation
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Adjusting Dishwasher Height
Rear Foot Adjustment
Front Foot Adjustment
Figure G1/2 – 13 Height adjustment
Note :
Do not use power controlled drivers on any adjustment screws in
the following procedures
Slide unit into opening. Check for clearance on the Waterproof System, drain
hose, and electrical connections. (See Electrical and Plumbing section for
details). Once the unit is positioned correctly, raise the rear feet. The unit should
be raised to just reach the underside of the countertop (about 1/8 “). Use a Torx
T-20 screwdriver to adjust the rear feet. Turn to the right to raise the unit, turn to
the left to lower the unit. Turn both adjustment screws equally. Then adjust the
front feet to level out the dishwasher. Insert a large flathead screwdriver into one
of the slots on the base of the foot. Turn to the left to raise the unit, turn to the
right to lower the unit. After the foot adjustments check that the dishwasher is
leveled from front to back, and side to side.
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Filler Strip Installation
Figure G1/2 – 14 Filler Strip Installation
Each unit is supplied with 4 filler strips that can be installed if required. The filler
strips do not have to be installed. Filler strips can be installed to match adjacent
drawer fronts with the control panel. This also keeps the dishwasher custom door
panel the same height as the adjacent cabinet panels. The filler strips snap
upward into the control panel bottom as shown in above drawing. Install them as
a set of four.
Note:
Watch this area to match
up filler strips
Figure G1/2: – 15 Filler Strip Alignment
When the four filler strips are in place, it will be seen how many need to be
removed (if any) to match the adjacent drawer front. To remove filler strip just pull
down on them individually.
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Custom Panel Install (Fully integrated - VI Models only)
Bracket
Templates
Bracket with Templates
Figure G1/2: – 16 & 17 Custom Door Panel Bracket and Template
The bracket will be attached to the front of the unit when unpacked from the box.
Lift the bracket up to release it from the machine. Take both templates from the
install package and place them onto the bracket supplied with the unit. The
templates have markings to show how to install them onto the bracket correctly.
Once the templates are positioned correctly on the bracket, install the bracket
back onto the front of the dishwasher. The bracket has four (4) hooks that slip
into the slots on the front of the unit.
Line Up Oval
Markings
Top of
Adjacent
Cabinetry
Door
Figure: G1/2 – 18 & 19 Aligning and Marking Template
When the bracket is on the front of the unit, line up the oval marking on the
template with the oval slot on the unit. This will assure the bracket is positioned
correctly on the dishwasher. Take a pencil and mark the top of each template
where the adjacent cabinet door top is located. This will assure the custom door
panel on the dishwasher is lined up with the adjacent cabinetry.
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Custom Panel Install (Fully Integrated - VI Models only) Con’t
Centerline
Bracket
Notches
Figure: G1/2 – 20 Aligning Door Bracket
Mark a center line down the inside (back) of the custom panel. Take the bracket
and templates off the dishwasher and lay down onto the inside of the custom
panel. Match up the center line marks on the bracket (notches) with the drawn
center line on the panel. The notches represent the center of the bracket. Also,
match up the marks that were drawn on the templates with the top of the custom
panel. Tape down the bracket to the panel in several locations to ensure it does
not move.
Figure: G1/2 – 21 Securing Door Bracket
Mark all the mounting screw positions on the panel (10 screws total). Remove
bracket after marking screw locations. Drill 1/16” pilot holes at each marked
location. Reinstall bracket with templates and line up accordingly. Use only the
supplied flat-head countersunk T-20 Torx wood screws to secure the
bracket to the panel. Remove the templates; they will no longer be needed.
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Custom Panel Install (Fully Integrated - VI Models only) Con’t
Figure: G1/2 – 22 Toe kick securing
Open the door of dishwasher about 1/4 of the way open. Put panel against the
front of the dishwasher and insert bracket onto the door. The four (4) hooks on
the bracket will hold the door in place.
Note:
Do not use powered
drivers
Figure: G1/2 – 23 & 24 Door Adjusting and Securing
Make sure the custom panel is flush with the cabinetry and the bottom of the
panel lines up with the adjacent cabinet panels. To secure the custom panel, 4
securing screws need to be tightened. They are located on the left and right
sides of the door; 2 per side T-20 Torx. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN THE
SECURING SCREWS, DAMAGE CAN OCCUR. Once the panel is secure,
install the caps over the screws. Adjust door spring tension after panel install is
complete. (See Door Spring Adjustment procedure on page 203)
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Custom Panel Install (Knob and Touch Controlled)
Bracket
Templates
Bracket with Templates
Figure: G1/2 – 25 & 26 Custom Door Panel Bracket and Template
The bracket will be attached to the front of the unit when unpacked from the box.
Lift the bracket up to release it from the machine. Take both templates from the
install package and place them onto the bracket supplied with the unit. The
templates have markings to show how to install them onto the bracket correctly.
Once the templates are positioned correctly on the bracket, install the bracket
back onto the front of the dishwasher. The bracket has hooks that slip into the
slots on the front of the unit.
Line Up Oval
Markings
Top of
Adjacent
Cabinetry
Door
Figure: G1/2 – 27 & 28 Aligning and Marking Template
When the bracket is on the front of the unit, line up the oval marking on the
template with the oval slot on the unit. This will assure the bracket is positioned
correctly on the dishwasher. Take a pencil and mark the top of each template
where the adjacent cabinet door top is located. This will assure the custom door
panel on the dishwasher is lined up with the adjacent cabinetry. It is acceptable
to leave a gap between the marking from the cabinetry and the bottom of the
control panel. Filler strips can be added to fill the gap.
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Custom Panel Install (Knob and Touch Controlled) Con’t
Centerline
Diamond
Slot
Figure: G1/2 – 29 Aligning and Marking Template
Mark a center line down the inside (back) of the custom panel. Take the bracket
and templates off the dishwasher and lay down onto the inside of the custom
panel. Match up the center line marks on the bracket (diamond slot) with the
drawn center line on the panel. The diamond slot represents the center of the
bracket. Also, match up the marks that were drawn on the templates with the top
of the custom panel. Tape down the bracket to the panel in several locations to
ensure it does not move.
Figure: G1/2 – 30 Securing Template
Mark off all the mounting screw positions on panel (6 screws total). Remove
bracket after marking screw locations. Drill 1/16” pilot holes at each marked
location. Reinstall bracket with templates and line up accordingly. Use only the
supplied flat-head countersunk T-20 Torx wood screws to secure the
bracket to the panel. Remove the templates; they will no longer be needed.
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Custom Panel Install (Integrated - I Models only) Con’t
Note
Filler strips must be installed before attaching custom panel.
(See Filler Strip Installation)
Figure G1/2 – 31 Attaching the Door Panel
Open the door of dishwasher about 1/4 of the way open. Put the panel against the
front of the dishwasher and insert the bracket onto the door. The hooks on the
bracket will hold the door in place.
Note:
Do not use
powered drivers
Figure G1/2 – 32 & 33 Aligning and Securing Door Panel
Make sure the custom panel is flush with the cabinetry and the bottom of the panel
lines up with the adjacent cabinet panels. To secure the custom panel, the 4
securing screws need to be tightened. They are located on the left and right sides of
the door; 2 per side T-20 Torx. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN THE SECURING
SCREWS, DAMAGE CAN OCCUR. Once the panel is secure, install the caps over
the screws. Adjust door spring tension after panel install is complete. (See Door
Spring Adjustment procedure page 203)
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Custom Panel Specifications
Fully Integrated / VI-Model Dishwasher
Figure: G1/2 – 34 Fully Integrated Panel Specifics
The Z measurement (thickness of panel) will always be 5/8”. The Y
measurement (width of panel) will always be 23 7/16”. The X measurement
(height of panel) will have to be taken from the install site. Take a tape
measure or ruler and measure the distance from the underside of the
countertop to the bottom of the cabinetry already in place. This will give the X
dimension (see above drawing for reference). VI model units must always
have some type of handle to pull the door open. The A measurement is for
the placement of the handle on the custom panel. Take the next
measurement on the drawer next to the dishwasher. Measure from the
underside of the countertop to the centerline of the handle. This will show
placement of where to drill the mounting holes for the handle. The screws
that hold the handle on must be countersunk. They cannot protrude past the
surface of the panel because it will make securing the panel to the unit an
issue. Custom cabinets or countertops may require customized
specifications. These dimensions are for reference only.
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Custom Panel Specifications
Knob and Touch Controlled-Model Dishwashers
Figure: G1/2 – 35 Knob and Touch Controlled Panel Specifics
The Z measurement (thickness of panel) will always be 5/8”. The Y
measurement (width of panel) will always be 23 7/16”. The X measurement
(height of panel) will have to be taken from the install site. Take a tape
measure or ruler and measure the cabinet door next to the unit from the top
to the bottom (height of cabinet door). This will give the X dimension (see
above drawing for reference). Custom cabinets or countertops may require
customized specifications. These dimensions are for reference only.
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Secure unit
Screw Cap
Install Screw’s
W/ Bushings
Note:
Do not use powered drivers
Figure: G1/2 – 36 Securing the unit
Using the 4 supplied screws shown, secure the unit to the adjacent cabinetry.
The screws are T-20 Torx with a round plastic bushing pre-installed. The screws
will be inserted into the 4 holes on the left and right side of the inner cabinet (in
front of door seal). Tighten until the bushing is seated. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN
THE SCREWS. Install screw cap on all 4 holes.
Door Spring Adjustment
Note:
Do not use powered drivers
Door Spring Adjustment
Screw
Figure: G1/2 – 37 Door Spring Adjustment
Adjust the door spring tension springs only when the control panel and door
panel are fully installed. These screws are located behind where the toe kick
would mount. There is an adjustment for the left and right door spring. Adjust
them equally. Turn the T-20 Torx screw to the right to increase tension, turn to
the left to decrease tension.
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Toe Kick Brackets
Tab
Bracket
Figure: G1/2 – 38 Toe Kick Brackets Installation
The dishwasher comes with 2 brackets for mounting the toe kick. There
are slots that the brackets slide into, but there is a tab that must be pulled
towards the outside of the unit. Once the tab is pulled to the side, the
bracket can be inserted and adjusted. Install both toe kick brackets all the
way inside the unit. Adjusting will be done after the toe kick is installed.
Figure: G1/2 – 39 Toe Kick Brackets Options
The toe kick brackets can be installed for different heights. If the feet are
adjusted in a low position, the front of the toe kick brackets will face
upward. If the feet are adjusted in a high position, then the front of the toe
kick brackets will face downward. This can be done by flipping the
bracket over and switching it to the opposite side.
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Toe Kick (plinth)
Figure: G1/2 – 40 & 41 Toe kick adjustment
Take the toe kick and install it onto the toe kick brackets with the hardware
provided. Check for clearance with the door open. If the door is hitting the toe
kick, the toe kick needs to be trimmed. Take a pencil and draw a line across the
toe kick using the door as a guide line. [If the door clears, then proceed to install
toe kick.] Once the line is drawn on the toe kick it can be removed and trimmed
for clearance. The back of the toe kick has scoring marks that can be used as a
guide. Use a razor knife or saw to cut the toe kick, clean up any rough edges
after its cut down.
Figure: G1/2 – 42 & 43 Toe Kick Alignment and Securing
Once the toe kick brackets are installed and secured pushed into the unit all the
way, install the toe kick. Secure the toe kick with the screws provided. The toe
kick can now be pulled out to match the existing toe kick in the kitchen. After the
toe kick is installed and adjusted, caps are provided to install over the screws to
conceal them.
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Water Softener
If the Water Softener is needed:
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The water softener sets automatically to the local water hardness.
May use 3 in 1 tabs (these tabs contain detergent, rinse aid, and
water softener salt). When selecting the “3 in 1” detergent setting, the
salt consumption of the machine is greatly reduced to between a
quarter and third of normal amounts.
The Water Softener reservoir is filled with softener salt.
The water hardness level can be programmed manually.
If the Water Softener is not needed:
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The “insufficient salt” message will turn off automatically.
Salt is not needed and should not be installed.
Water Softener Salt
Only use water softener salt specially formulated for dishwashers. Other salts
may contain insoluble additives that impair the Water Softener. The proper
salt can be purchased from Miele Technical Service Department.
If located in bottom cabinet
To add salt:
1. Remove the Lower Basket.
2. Unscrew and remove the Salt Reservoir Cap located on the floor of
the Wash Cabinet.
3. If this is the first time salt is installed; add 2 quarts water.
4. Place a funnel over the Salt Reservoir. Carefully fill with salt.
Note
The Salt Reservoir holds approximately 4.5 lbs (2 kg) of salt
5. Clean any excess salt from the threads of the reservoir opening; and
screw the cap on firmly.
6. Run the” Rinse & Hold” program to remove any traces of salt from
inside the Wash Cabinet.
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If located on inner door
To add salt:
1. Open door and hold at an angle, so that the salt container can be
completely filled.
2. Open salt container by pressing the button in the direction of the arrow
until the flap springs open.
Figure: G1/2 – 44 Salt Container
Figure: G1/2 – 45 Salt Container Door
Funnel
Open the funnel.
3. Carefully fill with salt until water runs out. The salt container holds approx.
2.2 lbs. (1 Kg) of salt.
Note
As the salt container is filled, water will run out.
Figure G1/2 – 46
Salt Container Service
4. Clean any excess salt from the threads of the container opening.
5. Close the lid firmly.
6. If the dishwasher will not be used immediately, run the “Short” program.
This will remove any traces of salt from inside the wash cabinet.
7. When the display shows “Insufficient salt”, refill the salt after the program
has finished.
8. Confirm with “OK”. The message will clear from the display.
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Water Softener- Manually Turning the Water Softener Off
All dishwasher’s equipped with a water softener also has a softener sensor which
automatically sets the water hardness during operation of the machine.
On dishwashers where the customer wishes not to use the Water Softening
system, the Water Softener can be manually programmed to “without water
softener” (softener off).
Note
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With the dishwasher programmed to “without water softener” (softener
off) the Salt LED will be always off with the salt reservoir empty.
Salt should not be added to any dishwasher that is programmed “without
water softener” (softener off).
Important
Ensure any current running program is cancelled and the dishwasher power
is turned off via the ON/OFF button before attempting to access any
programming modes.
Note
The following models sold in the U.S. do not have water softener’s installed,
therefore do not require programming: G1180, G2020, G2170, G2140,
G2150, and G2180.
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Water Softener- Manually Turning the Water Softener Off Cont
Touch Controlled Models
Optima Series
1. Close the door and switch off the machine.
2. Press and hold the Start/Stop button while turning the dishwasher
on.
3. Wait until the Start/Stop LED lights up and stays lit.
4. Release the Start/Stop button
5. Press the Delay start button 2 times. The Delay start LED
flashes 2 times rapidly intermittently and P0 will appear in the
display.
6. Press the Start/Stop button once. The Rinse LED will flash one
time intermittently and P1 appears in the display.
7. To save and quit, turn off the machine.
Excella Series
1. Close the door and switch off the machine.
2. Press and hold the Start button, then turn on the machine
3. Immediately press and release the Start button 5 times and at the
5th time hold it pressed in until the Start LED switches off and the
setting options is shown in the display.
4. Use the cursor buttons as appropriate to select Water hardness,
then press the OK button. Use the cursor buttons to select P1 =
without water softener, then press the OK button.
5. Switch off the machine.
Fully Integrated Models
Optima Series
1. Open the door and switch off the machine
2. Press and hold the Program button, then switch on the machine.
3. Wait until the Rinse & Hold LED lights up, then release the
Program button.
4. If the Rinse & Hold LED does not light up within approx. 4 sec.,
repeat steps 1 thru 3.
5. When the decimal point in the display has switched off after
approx. 6 sec., press the Gel button 2 times. The Gel LED will
flash 2 times rapidly intermittently.
6. Press the Program button 1 time or until P1 is in the display.
7. To save and quit, switch off the machine.
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Water Softener- Manually Turning the Water Softener Off Cont
Fully Integrated Models Continued
Excella Series
1. Open the door and switch off the machine.
2. Press and hold the C (Clear) button, while turning on the machine.
3. When the display lights up, release the C (Clear) button, then
immediately press and release the C (Clear) button 5 times and at
the 5th time hold until the Service Programming is indicated in
the display.
4. Use the cursor buttons as appropriate to select Water hardness,
then press the OK button.
5. Use the cursor buttons to select P1 = without water softener, then
press the OK button.
6. To save and quit, switch off the machine.
Knob Controlled Models
La Perla Series
1. Close the door and switch off the machine
2. Press and hold the C (Clear) touchpad, while turning on the
machine.
3. When the display lights up, release the C (Clear) touchpad, then
immediately press and release the C (Clear) touchpad 5 times
and at the 5th time hold for 4 sec. or until Service programming is
indicated in the display.
4. Use the cursor touchpad as appropriate to select Water
hardness, then press the OK button.
5. Use the cursor touchpad to select P1 = without water softener,
then press the OK touchpad.
6. To save and quit, switch off the machine.
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Water Softener – Programming the Water Hardness
If the tap water hardness is above 4°d (8 gr/gal [140 ppm]), the water should be
softened. This takes place automatically in the unit’s integrated water softener.
The water softener automatically sets to the local water hardness.
If the hardness of the local water supply is constantly lower than 4°d (8 gr/gal
[140 ppm]), the message to refill salt will turn off automatically.
Water Hardness Settings
Water hardness
(°d, degree of German
hardness)
Grains per
Gallon
Gr/Gl
Display
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P0
1
2
3
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36
37 50
51 60
61 7
P1
P2
P3
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P36
P50
P60
P70
Sensor softener active (on certain
models)
Without softener
1°d
2°d
3°d
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36°d
37 - 50°d
51 - 60°d
61 - 70°d
Table G1/2 – 1
Water Hardness Settings
Note
Programming the dishwasher below 8 gr/gal or P4 will turn off the water softener
Note
Degrees of German Hardness is the same as Gr/Gal
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Detergent – Usage
ƒ Only use detergents formulated for residential dishwashers.
ƒ Do NOT overfill the detergent dispenser
*Filling the Detergent Dispenser
1. Open the dispenser by pressing the latch on the detergent dispenser.
2. Fill compartment II with detergent.
3. Close the detergent dispenser.
The horizontal marks in detergent dispenser compartment indicate levels
of approximately 1 ¼, 1 ¾ and 2 tablespoons (20, 25 and 30 ml)
respectively.
Figure G1/2 – 47
Salt Container Service
For Heavily Soiled Loads
ƒ Use a program that includes a pre-wash (refer to the model specific
operating manual for details on specific programs).
ƒ Add an extra tablespoon (15 ml) of detergent to compartment I.
For Areas with Soft Water
Less detergent is needed in homes with very soft water and when
washing lightly soiled dishes.
Rinse Aid - Usage
ƒ Rinse aid is required to prevent spotting and optimize the drying
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results of glassware and dishes.
Add rinse aid before the first use and whenever the “Rise aid”
indicator lights.
Filling the Rinse Aid Dispenser
1. Open the dispenser by pressing the latch on the rinse aid dispenser.
2. Pour rinse aid into the reservoir until visible on the screen.
3. Press the flap until it clicks shut to close the dispenser.
* Refer to the detergent package for detailed information on usage amounts suggested by the detergent manufacturer.
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Supplemental Information
Installation Summary (Checklist)
This list is provided as convenient checklist to be used while performing a
dishwasher installation. Always refer to the detailed installation
procedures in this manual during installation.
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Install the Steam Deflector (as necessary)
Adjust the dishwasher height / Install the Slides / Skis
Install the Control Panel (if applicable)
Install the Door Panel or GDU Panel (if applicable)
Route plumbing and power cord / position the dishwasher into the
cabinet opening
Adjust the legs / height of the dishwasher
Secure the dishwasher to the countertop OR cabinets
Adjust the front door tension
Perform the plumbing connections
Install the toekick
Connect the power
Remove all materials from inside the dishwasher (packing materials
and operating manual etc…)
Manually turn off the water softener (if requested by the customer)
Recheck front door tension
Perform an operation check of the appliance
Provide the customer with an operational overview
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General Operation –
Knob Controlled Series
Make sure the Spray Arms are not blocked.
1. Close the door.
2. Turn on the dishwasher. The “Start” Indicator will flash.
3. Select a wash program by turning the Program Selector to the left or right.
4. Press the “Start” button.
Fully Integrated Series
1. Make sure the Spray Arms are not blocked.
2. Turn the dishwasher on.
The main menu shows in the display.
Program Display Fully Integrated (Main Menu)
3. Select the desired program.
Choose your program according to the type of load and soiling.
The display changes to the program menu.
Program Display Fully Integrated (Selected Program)
4. Options can be added to the selected program.
Select the desired options; a √ check will appear next to the option
selected.
Options Display Fully Integrated
5. When finished customizing the program, confirm with OK.
6. Select Start.
7. Close the door.
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Touch Controlled / Navitronic Series
1. Make sure the Spray Arms are not blocked.
2. Close the door
3. Turn on the dishwasher
The main menu shows in the display.
If the memory function is selected, the last selected program is displayed.
Program Display (Main menu)
Note
Information about the selected program can be displayed by touching
the i control.
4. Select the desired program.
5. Choose your program according to the type of load and soiling.
6. The display changes to the program menu.
Program Display (Selected Program)
7. Options can be added to the selected program.
8. Select the desired options; a √ check will appear next to the option
selected.
Options Display
9. When finished customizing the program, confirm with OK.
10. Select Start.
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For further information and/or assistance, please contact
The Miele Technical Support Center at:
1-800-999-1360
For Technical Assistance While In a Customers Home:
1-888-529-8790
Revised 06/07
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