Operating and installation instructions
Ceramic hobs with induction
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essential
to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time.
en-GB
M.-Nr. 10 023 510
Contents
Warning and Safety instructions .......................................................................... 4
Caring for the environment ................................................................................. 13
Overview ............................................................................................................... 14
Hob ........................................................................................................................ 14
KM 6325-1 ........................................................................................................ 14
KM 6362-1 / KM 6363-1 / KM 6364-1.............................................................. 15
Control symbols..................................................................................................... 16
Hob display symbols ............................................................................................. 16
Cooking zones ....................................................................................................... 17
Before using for the first time............................................................................. 19
Cleaning the hob for the first time ......................................................................... 19
Switching on the hob for the first time................................................................... 19
Induction ............................................................................................................... 20
The induction principle........................................................................................... 20
Noises .................................................................................................................... 21
Pans ....................................................................................................................... 22
Tips on saving energy ......................................................................................... 23
Power level range................................................................................................. 24
Operation .............................................................................................................. 25
Cooking zone rotary controls................................................................................. 25
Switching on .......................................................................................................... 25
Switching off .......................................................................................................... 25
Residual heat indicator .......................................................................................... 25
PowerFlex cooking area......................................................................................... 26
Auto heat-up .......................................................................................................... 27
Booster................................................................................................................... 28
Keeping warm ........................................................................................................ 30
Setting the keeping warm function ................................................................... 30
Safety features ..................................................................................................... 31
System lock ........................................................................................................... 31
Safety switch-off .................................................................................................... 31
Overheating protection .......................................................................................... 32
Cleaning and care ................................................................................................ 33
Ceramic surface ..................................................................................................... 34
Rotary controls....................................................................................................... 34
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Contents
Problem solving guide ......................................................................................... 35
Optional accessories ........................................................................................... 38
Miele@home / Con@ctivity................................................................................. 39
Signing on .............................................................................................................. 40
Safety instructions for installation ..................................................................... 41
Safety distances................................................................................................... 42
Hob with frame or bevelled edge ....................................................................... 46
Installation notes .................................................................................................... 46
Building-in dimensions ......................................................................................... 47
KM 6325-1 ........................................................................................................ 47
KM 6362-1 ........................................................................................................ 48
KM 6363-1 ........................................................................................................ 49
Installation.............................................................................................................. 50
Flush-fitted hobs .................................................................................................. 51
Installation notes .................................................................................................... 51
Building-in dimensions ......................................................................................... 52
KM 6364-1 ........................................................................................................ 52
Installation.............................................................................................................. 53
Electrical connection ........................................................................................... 55
Wiring diagram ...................................................................................................... 57
After sales service, data plate, guarantee ......................................................... 58
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Warning and Safety instructions
This hob complies with all relevant safety requirements. Inappro‐
priate use can, however, lead to personal injury and damage to
property.
To avoid the risk of accidents and damage to the appliance,
please read these instructions carefully before installation and be‐
fore using it for the first time. They contain important notes on in‐
stallation, safety, use and maintenance.
Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by non-compli‐
ance with these instructions.
Keep these instructions in a safe place and ensure that new users
are familiar with the content. Pass them on to any future owner.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Correct application
 This hob is intended for domestic use and use in other similar en‐
vironments.
 This hob is not intended for outdoor use.
 It is intended for domestic use only to cook food and keep it
warm. Any other use is not supported by the manufacturer and
could be dangerous.
 People with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and knowledge who are not able to use the hob
safely on their own must be supervised whilst using it. They may on‐
ly use it unsupervised if they have been shown how to use it in safe‐
ly and recognise and understand the consequences of incorrect op‐
eration.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Safety with children
 Children under 8 years of age must be kept away from the hob
unless they are constantly supervised.
 Children 8 years and older may only use the hob unsupervised if
they have been shown how to use it in a safe way and can recognise
and understand the consequences of incorrect operation.
 Children must not be allowed to clean the hob unsupervised.
 Please supervise children in the vicinity of the hob and do not let
them play with it.
 The hob gets hot when in use and remains hot for a while after
being switched off. Keep children well away from the hob until it has
cooled down and there is no danger of burning.
 Danger of burning.
Do not store anything which might arouse a child's interest in stor‐
age areas above or next to the hob. Otherwise they could be temp‐
ted into climbing onto the appliance.
 Danger of burning or scalding.
Place pots and pans on the cooking zone in such a way that chil‐
dren cannot pull them down and burn themselves.
 Danger of suffocation. Packaging, e.g. plastic wrappings, must be
kept out of the reach of babies and children. Whilst playing, children
could become entangled in packaging or pull it over their head and
suffocate.
 Activate the system lock to ensure that children cannot switch on
the hob inadvertently.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Technical safety
 Unauthorised installation, maintenance and repairs can cause
considerable danger for the user. Installation, maintenance and re‐
pairs must only be carried out by a Miele authorised technician.
 Do not use a damaged appliance. It could be dangerous. Check
the hob for visible signs of damage.
 Reliable and safe operation of this hob can only be assured if it
has been connected to the mains electricity supply.
 The electrical safety of this hob can only be guaranteed when cor‐
rectly earthed. It is essential that this standard safety requirement is
met. If in any doubt please have the electrical installation tested by a
qualified electrician.
 To avoid the risk of damage to the hob, make sure that the con‐
nection data on the data plate (voltage and frequency) match the
mains electricity supply before connecting it to the mains.
Consult a qualified electrician if in doubt.
 Do not connect the hob to the mains electrical supply by a multi-
socket adapter or extension lead. These are a fire hazard and do not
guarantee the required safety of the appliance.
 For safety reasons, this hob may only be used after it has been
built in.
 This hob must not be used in a non-stationary location (e.g. on a
ship).
 Never open the casing of the hob.
Touching or tampering with electrical connections or components
and mechanical parts is highly dangerous to the user and can cause
operational faults.
 While the hob is under guarantee, repairs should only be under‐
taken by a Miele authorised service technician. Otherwise the guar‐
antee is invalidated.
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Warning and Safety instructions
 Miele can only guarantee the safety of the appliance when genu‐
ine original Miele replacement parts are used. Faulty components
must only be replaced by Miele spare parts.
 The hob is not intended for use with an external timer switch or a
remote control system.
 The hob must be connected to the electricity supply by a qualified
electrician (see "Electrical connection").
 If the connection cable is damaged, it must be replaced with a
special connection cable type H 05 VV-F (PVC insulated). See "Elec‐
trical connection".
 The hob must be disconnected from the mains electricity supply
during installation, maintenance and repair work. Ensure that power
is not supplied to the appliance until after it has been installed or un‐
til any maintenance or repair work has been carried out.
 Danger of electric shock.
Do not use the hob if it is faulty, or if the ceramic surface is cracked,
chipped or damaged in any way. Switch it off immediately, discon‐
nect it from the mains electricity supply and contact Miele.
 If the hob is installed behind a furniture panel (e.g. a door), ensure
that the door is never closed whilst the hob is in use. Heat and mois‐
ture can build up behind a closed furniture panel and cause subse‐
quent damage to the hob, the housing unit and the floor. Do not
close the door until the residual heat indicators have gone out.
 In areas which may be subject to infestation by cockroaches or
other vermin, pay particular attention to keeping the appliance and
its surroundings in a clean condition at all times. Any damage which
may be caused by cockroaches or other vermin will not be covered
by the guarantee.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Correct use
 The hob gets hot when in use and remains hot for a while after
being switched off. There is a danger of burning until the residual
heat indicators go out.
 Due to the high temperatures radiated, objects left near the hob
when it is in use could catch fire.
Do not use the hob to heat up the room.
 Oil and fat can overheat and catch fire. Do not leave the hob unat‐
tended when cooking with oil and fat. If it does ignite do not attempt
to put the flames out with water.
Disconnect the hob from the mains and use a suitable fire blanket,
saucepan lid, damp towel or similar to smother the flames.
 Flames could set the grease filters of a cooker hood on fire. Do
not flambé under a cooker hood.
 Spray canisters, aerosols and other inflammable substances can
ignite when heated. Therefore do not store such items or substances
in a drawer under the hob. Cutlery inserts must be heat-resistant.
 Do not heat an empty pan.
 Do not heat up food in closed containers e.g. tins or sealed jars
on the hob, as pressure can build up in the container, causing it to
explode.
 Do not cover the hob, e.g. with a hob cover, a cloth or protective
foil. The material could catch fire, shatter or melt if the hob is switch‐
ed on by mistake or if residual heat is still present.
 When the appliance is switched on either deliberately or by mis‐
take, or when there is residual heat present, there is the risk of any
metal items left on the hob heating up, with the danger of burning.
Depending on the material, other items left on the hob could also
melt or catch fire. Damp pan lids might adhere to the ceramic sur‐
face and be difficult to dislodge. Do not use the appliance as a rest‐
ing place. Switch the cooking zones off after use.
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Warning and Safety instructions
 You could burn yourself on the hot hob. Protect your hands with
heat-resistant pot holders or gloves when handling hot pots and
pans. Do not let them get wet or damp, as this causes heat to trans‐
fer through the material more quickly with the risk of scalding or
burning yourself.
 When using an electrical appliance, e.g. a hand-held food blen‐
der, near the hob, ensure that the cable of the electrical appliance
cannot come into contact with the hot hob. The insulation on the ca‐
ble could become damaged.
 Grains of salt, sugar and sand (e.g. from cleaning vegetables) can
cause scratches if they get under pan bases. Make sure that the ce‐
ramic surface is clean before placing pans on it.
 Even a light object can cause damage in certain circumstances.
Do not drop anything on the ceramic surface.
 Do not place hot pans on the display as this could cause damage
to the electronics underneath. Do not place hot pans on the area
around the display.
 Do not allow solid or liquid sugar, or pieces of plastic or alumini‐
um foil to get onto the cooking zones when they are hot, as they can
damage the ceramic surface when it cools down. If this should oc‐
cur, switch off the appliance and scrape off all the sugar, plastic or
aluminium residues whilst still hot, using a shielded scraper blade.
Wear oven gloves. Allow the cooking zones to cool down and clean
them with a suitable ceramic hob cleaning agent.
 Pans which boil dry can cause damage to the ceramic glass. Do
not leave the hob unattended whilst it is being used.
 Only use pots and pans with smooth bases. Rough bases will
scratch the ceramic glass.
 Lift pans into position on the hob. Sliding them into place can
cause scuffs and scratches.
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Warning and Safety instructions
 Induction heating works extremely quickly and so the base of the
pan could heat up to the temperature at which oil or fat self-ignites
within a very short time. Do not leave the hob unattended whilst it is
being used.
 Heat oil or fat for a maximum of one minute. Do not use the Boos‐
ter function to heat oil or fat.
 For people fitted with a heart pacemaker: Please note that the
area immediately surrounding the hob is electromagnetically charg‐
ed. It is very unlikely to affect a pacemaker. However, if in any doubt,
consult the manufacturer of the pacemaker or your doctor.
 To prevent damage to items which are susceptible to electromag‐
netic fields, e.g. credit cards, digital storage devices, pocket calcula‐
tors, etc, do not leave them in the immediate vicinity of the hob.
 Metal utensils stored in a drawer under the hob can become hot if
the appliance is used intensively for a long time. Do not store any
metal items or utensils in a drawer under the hob.
 This hob is fitted with a cooling fan. If a drawer is fitted directly
underneath the hob, ensure that there is sufficient space between
the drawer and its contents and the underside of the appliance in or‐
der to ensure sufficient ventilation of the hob. Do not store pointed
or small items or paper in the drawer. They could get in through the
ventilation slots or be sucked into the housing by the fan and dam‐
age the fan or impair cooling.
 Do not use two pans on a cooking zone, extended zone or Pow‐
erFlex zone at the same time.
 If the pan only partially covers the cooking zone, the handle could
become very hot.
Ensure that you always place the pan in the middle of the cooking
zone.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Cleaning and care
 Do not use a steam cleaning appliance to clean this hob.
The steam could reach electrical components and cause a short cir‐
cuit.
 If the hob is built in over a pyrolitic oven, the hob should not be
used whilst the pyrolitic process is being carried out, as this could
trigger the overheating protection mechanism on the hob (see rele‐
vant section).
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Caring for the environment
Disposal of the packing mate‐
rial
Disposing of your old appli‐
ance
The packaging is designed to protect
the appliance from damage during
transportation. The packaging materials
used are selected from materials which
are environmentally friendly for disposal
and should be recycled.
Electrical and electronic appliances of‐
ten contain valuable materials. They al‐
so contain materials which, if handled
or disposed of incorrectly, could be po‐
tentially hazardous to human health and
to the environment. They are, however,
essential for the correct functioning of
your appliance. Please do not therefore
dispose of it with your household
waste.
Recycling the packaging reduces the
use of raw materials in the manufactur‐
ing process and also reduces the
amount of waste in landfill sites.
Please dispose of it at your local com‐
munity waste collection / recycling cen‐
tre or contact your Dealer for advice.
Ensure that it presents no danger to
children while being stored for disposal.
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Overview
Hob
KM 6325-1
a PowerFlex cooking zone with TwinBooster
b PowerFlex cooking zone with TwinBooster
ab can be combined to form a PowerFlex cooking area
c Cooking zone with Booster
d Cooking zone with Booster
e Display with cooking zone indicators
f Control for the front left cooking zone
g Control for the rear left cooking zone
h Control for the front right cooking zone
i Control for the rear left cooking zone
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Overview
KM 6362-1 / KM 6363-1 / KM 6364-1
a Cooking zone with WaterBoost
b Cooking zone with Booster
c PowerFlex cooking zone with TwinBooster
d PowerFlex cooking zone with TwinBooster
cd can be combined to form a PowerFlex cooking area
e Display with cooking zone indicators
f Control for the front left cooking zone
g Control for the rear left cooking zone
h Control for the front right cooking zone
i Control for the rear left cooking zone
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Overview
Control symbols
Symbol
Description
0
Cooking zone off

Keeping warm setting

For switching on the PowerFlex cooking area
B
Booster level 1
B I/II
TwinBooster/WaterBoost with 2 levels

Cooking zone selection, example: front left
Hob display symbols
Symbol
Description

Cooking zone ready for use

Keeping warm setting
 to 
Power level

Auto heat-up

Level 1 TwinBooster/WaterBoost

Booster/Level 2 TwinBooster/WaterBoost

No pan on cooking zone or pan unsuitable (see "Induction")

Residual heat

The system lock has been activated

Demonstration mode activated

Demonstration mode deactivated
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Overview
Cooking zones
Cooking zone
KM 6325-1
Rating in watts for 230 V**
Ø in cm*

15–23
Normal
TwinBooster, level 1
TwinBooster, level 2
2100
3000
3650

15–23
Normal
TwinBooster, level 1
TwinBooster, level 2
2100
3000
3650

14–20
Normal
Booster
1850
3000

10–16
Normal
Booster
1400
2200
+
22–23 /
15x23–23x39
Normal
TwinBooster, level 1
TwinBooster, level 2
3400
4800
7300
Total:
7300
* Pans of any diameter within the given range may be used.
** The wattage quoted may vary depending on the size and material of the pans used.
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Overview
Cooking zone
KM 6362-1 / 6363-1 / 6364-1
Rating in watts for 230 V**
Ø in cm*

10–23
Normal
WaterBoost, level 1
WaterBoost, level 2
2300
3200
5000

14–20
Normal
Booster
1850
3000

15–23
Normal
TwinBooster, level 1
TwinBooster, level 2
2100
3000
3650

15–23
Normal
TwinBooster, level 1
TwinBooster, level 2
2100
3000
3650
+
22–23 /
15x23–23x39
Normal
TwinBooster, level 1
TwinBooster, level 2
3400
4800
7300
Total:
7300
* Pans of any diameter within the given range may be used.
** The wattage quoted may vary depending on the size and material of the pans used.
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Before using for the first time
 Please stick the extra data plate for
the appliance supplied with this doc‐
umentation in the space provided in
the "After sales service, data plate,
guarantee" section of this booklet.
 Remove any protective wrapping and
stickers.
Cleaning the hob for the first
time
 Before using for the first use, clean
the hob with a damp cloth only and
then wipe dry.
Switching on the hob for the
first time
The metal components have a protec‐
tive coating which may give off a slight
smell when heated up for the first time.
The induction coils may also give off a
slight smell for the first few hours of op‐
eration. This smell will be less noticea‐
ble with each subsequent use before
dissipating completely.
The smell and any vapours given off do
not indicate a faulty connection or ap‐
pliance and they are not hazardous to
health.
Please note that the heating up time
on induction hobs is very much short‐
er than on conventional cooktops.
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Induction
The induction principle
An induction coil is located under each
cooking zone. When a cooking zone is
switched on, this coil creates a magnet‐
ic field which impacts directly on the
base of the pan and heats it up. The
cooking zone itself is heated up indi‐
rectly by the heat given off by the pan.
An induction cooking zone only works
when a ferromagnetic pan is placed on
it (see "Pans"). The induction cooking
zone automatically recognises the size
of the pan.
The  symbol flashes alternately with
the power setting selected in one of the
cooking zones
– if it is switched on without a pan in
place, or if the pan is unsuitable
(non-magnetic base).
– if the diameter of the base of the pan
is too small,
– if the pan is taken off the cooking
zone when it is switched on.
If a suitable pan is placed on the cook‐
ing zone within 3 minutes, the  will go
out and you can continue as normal.
If no pan or an unsuitable pan is placed
on the cooking zone, the cooking zone
will switch off automatically after 3 mi‐
nutes.
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 When the appliance is switched
on either deliberately or by mistake,
or when there is residual heat
present, there is the risk of any metal
items placed on the hob (e.g. cutlery)
heating up.
Danger of burning.
Do not use the hob as a resting
place for items. Switch the cooking
zones off after use by turning the
control to "0".
Induction
Noises
When using an induction cooking zone,
the following noises can occur in the
pan, depending on what it is made of
and how it has been constructed.
On the higher power settings, it might
buzz. This will decrease or cease alto‐
gether when the power setting is re‐
duced.
If the pan base is made of layers of dif‐
ferent materials (e.g. in a sandwiched
base), it might emit a cracking sound.
Whistling might occur if linked zones
(see "Booster") are being used at the
same time, and the pans also have
bases made of layers of different mate‐
rials.
You might hear a clicking sound from
the electronic switches, especially on
lower power settings.
You might hear a whirring sound when
the cooling fan switches on. It switches
on to protect the electronics when the
hob is being used intensively. The fan
may continue to run after the appliance
has been switched off.
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Induction
Pans
The following pan types are suitable:
– Stainless steel with a base that can
be magnetised,
– enamelled steel,
– cast iron.
The following pan types are not suita‐
ble:
– Stainless steel pans without a mag‐
netic base,
– aluminium and copper pans,
– glass, ceramic or earthenware pots
and pans.
To test whether a pot or pan is suitable
for use on an induction hob, hold a
magnet to the base of the pan. If the
magnet sticks, the pan is suitable. If an
unsuitable pan is used, the  symbol
will flash alternately with the power lev‐
el set.
The composition of the pan base can
affect the evenness of the cooking re‐
sults (e.g. when browning pancakes).
– To make optimum use of the cooking
zones, choose a pan with a suitable
base diameter (see "Guide to the ap‐
pliance - Cooking zones"). If the pan
is too small, it will not be recognised
and the  symbol will flash alternately
with the power level set.
– Only use pots and pans with smooth
bases. Rough bases will scratch the
ceramic glass.
– Lift pans into position on the hob.
Sliding them into place can cause
scuffs and scratches.
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– Often the maximum diameter quoted
by manufacturers refers to the diam‐
eter of the top rim of the pot or pan.
The diameter of the base (generally
smaller) is more important.
Tips on saving energy
– Use a lid whenever possible to mini‐
mise heat loss.
– Select a smaller pan when cooking
small quantities. A smaller pan uses
less energy than a larger pan with
very little in it.
– Cook with as little water as possible.
– Once food has come to the boil or
the oil in the pan is hot enough for
frying, reduce the heat to a lower set‐
ting.
– Use a pressure cooker to reduce
cooking times.
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Power level range
Keeping warm
Melting butter
Dissolving gelatine
Melting chocolate
Making milk puddings
Warming small quantities of liquid
Cooking rice
Defrosting frozen vegetables
Making porridge
Warming liquid and semi-solid foods
Making omelettes or lightly frying eggs
Steaming fruit
Cooking dumplings
Steaming vegetables and fish
Defrosting and reheating frozen food
Gently frying eggs (without overheating the fat)
Bringing large quantities of food to the boil, e.g. casseroles.
Thickening custard and sauces, e.g. hollandaise
Gently braising meat, fish and sausages (without overheating the
fat)
Frying pancakes, potato fritters etc.
Cooking stew
Boiling large quantities of water
Bringing to the boil
Setting range
h
1-2
2
3
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6-7
6-7
7
8
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These settings should only be taken as a guide. The power of the induction coils will vary
depending on the size and material of the pan. For this reason, it is possible that the set‐
tings will need to be adjusted slightly to suit your pans. As you use the hob, you will get to
know which settings suit your pans best. When using new pans that you are not familiar
with, set the power level below the one specified.
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Operation
 Fire hazard.
Residual heat indicator
Do not leave the hob unattended
whilst it is being used.
Please note that the heating up time
on induction hobs is very much
shorter than on conventional hobs.
If the cooking zone is still hot, the resid‐
ual heat indicator will light up after it
has been switched off.
Cooking zone rotary controls
The cooking zone rotary controls must
not be turned past B I or B I/II to 0.
Switching on
 Turn the cooking zone rotary control
clockwise until the setting you want
appears in the display.
The lines of the residual heat indicator
go out one after another as the cooking
zone cools down. The last horizontal
line only goes out when the cooking
zone is safe to touch.
 Danger of burning. Do not touch
the cooking zones whilst the residual
heat indicators are lit up.
Switching off
 Turn the rotary control anti-clockwise
to 0.
The power level will go out in the dis‐
play.
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Operation
PowerFlex cooking area
The PowerFlex cooking zones can be
combined to form a PowerFlex cooking
area (see "Guide to the appliance Hob"). Settings for the cooking area are
controlled by the front PowerFlex cook‐
ing zone.
Switching on
 Turn the rotary control for the rear
cooking zone clockwise to .
 will light up in the display for the rear
cooking zone.
 Turn the rotary control for the front
cooking zone clockwise until the
power level you require lights up in
the cooking zone display.
Switching off
 Turn both rotary controls anti-clock‐
wise to 0.
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Operation
Auto heat-up
Continued cook‐
ing setting
Heat-up time
[min : sec]
1
approx. 0 : 15
2
approx. 0 : 15
3
approx. 0 : 25
4
approx. 0 : 50
Activating
5
approx. 2 : 00
 Turn the rotary control anti-clockwise
and hold until  flashes once in the
cooking zone display.
6
approx. 5 : 50
7
approx. 2 : 50
8
approx. 2 : 50
9
–
When Auto heat-up has been activated,
the cooking zone switches on automati‐
cally at the highest power setting and
then switches to the continued cooking
setting. The heat-up time depends on
which continued cooking setting has
been chosen (see chart).
 Now turn the rotary control clockwise
until the continued cooking setting
lights up in the cooking zone display.
The continued cooking setting selected
will flash alternating with  during the
heat-up time (see chart).
Altering the continued cooking setting
while the cooking zone is heating up
deactivates Auto heat-up.
Deactivating
 Select a different power level.
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Operation
Booster
The cooking zones are equipped with a
one stage Booster, two stage Water‐
Boost or TwinBooster (see "Guide to
the appliance - Hob").
When activated, the power is boosted
for a maximum of 15 minutes so that
large quantities can be heated quickly,
e.g. when boiling water for cooking
pasta.
The booster function can only be used
on two cooking zones at the same time.
The cooking zone will automatically re‐
vert to power level 9 at the end of the
booster time.
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Cooking zones are networked in pairs
to supply the power for the booster
function.
When the booster function is selected,
a proportion of energy is taken away
from the linked cooking zone and the
following happens within the pairs
– Auto heat-up is deactivated
– the power level is reduced
– the linked cooking zone is switched
off.
Operation
To switch on the Booster
 Turn the rotary control clockwise gen‐
tly past the point of resistance to B
and back to the point of resistance.
 will appear in the cooking zone dis‐
play.
Switching off the Booster / Water‐
Boost / TwinBooster
 Select a different power level.
The booster symbol will go out.
Switching on WaterBoost / Twin‐
Booster, level 1
 Turn the rotary control clockwise gen‐
tly past the point of resistance to
B I/II and back to the point of resist‐
ance.
 will appear in the cooking zone dis‐
play.
Switching on WaterBoost / Twin‐
Booster, level 2
 Turn the rotary control clockwise gen‐
tly past the point of resistance to
B I/II and back to the point of resist‐
ance.
 Turn the rotary control again gently
past the point of resistance to B I/II
and back to the point of resistance.
 will appear in the cooking zone dis‐
play.
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Operation
Keeping warm
The keeping warm function is for
keeping food that has just been
cooked warm, i.e. food that is still hot.
It is not for reheating food that has
gone cold.
If the keeping warm function has been
activated, the cooking zone will switch
off automatically after a maximum of 2
hours.
– Only use pots and pans for keeping
food warm and cover with a lid.
– You do not have to stir food while it is
being kept warm.
– Nutrients are lost when food is
cooked, and continue to diminish
when food is kept warm. The longer
food is kept warm for, the greater the
loss of nutrients. Try to ensure that
food is kept warm for as short a time
as possible.
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Setting the keeping warm function
 Turn the control clockwise to .
 will appear in the cooking zone dis‐
play.
Safety features
System lock
The system lock is deactivated if
there is an interruption to the power
supply.
The system lock can only be activated
if all the cooking zones are switched
off.
Your hob is equipped with a system
lock to prevent the cooking zones being
switched on inadvertently.
Safety switch-off
The safety switch-off mechanism is
triggered automatically if one of the
cooking zones is heated for an unusual‐
ly long period of time. This period of
time depends on the power level selec‐
ted. Once exceeded, the cooking zone
switches off and the residual heat indi‐
cators appear. The cooking zone can
be operated again after it has been
switched off and back on
If a power level is selected when the
system lock is activated,  appears in
the display for approx. 3 seconds.
Activating
 Turn the rotary controls for both front
cooking zones anti-clockwise to the
point of resistance at the same time
and hold until  appears.
Deactivating
 Turn the rotary controls for both front
cooking zones anti-clockwise to the
point of resistance at the same time
and hold until  goes out.
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Safety features
Overheating protection
All the induction coils and cooling ele‐
ments for the electronics are fitted with
an overheating protection mechanism.
Before the induction coils or cooling el‐
ements get too hot, the overheating
protection mechanism cuts in in one of
the following ways:
– any booster function in operation will
be turned off.
– the set power level will be reduced,
– one or more cooking zones will
switch off automatically.
Turn the rotary controls for all the affec‐
ted cooking zones to "0". The affected
cooking zones can only be used again
as usual once the induction coil or cool‐
ing element has cooled down to a safe
level.
The overheating mechanism can be
triggered by:
– heating up an empty pan
– fat or oil being heated on a high pow‐
er level.
– insufficient ventilation of the under‐
side of the hob.
– a hot cooking zone being switched
on after an interruption to the power
supply.
If, despite removing the cause, the
overheating protection mechanism trig‐
gers again, contact Miele Service.
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Cleaning and care
 Danger of burning.
Unsuitable cleaning agents
The cooking zones must be switch‐
ed off. The hob must have cooled
down.
To avoid damaging the surfaces of your
appliance, do not use:
 Danger of injury.
– cleaning agents containing soda, al‐
kalines, ammonia, acids or chlorides,
The steam from a steam cleaning
appliance could reach electrical
components and cause a short cir‐
cuit.
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean
the hob.
The use of unsuitable cleaning
agents can cause the surfaces to
discolour or alter.
All surfaces are susceptible to
scratching.
Remove any cleaning agent residues
immediately.
– washing-up liquid,
– cleaning agents containing descaling
agents
– stain or rust removers,
– abrasive cleaning agents, e.g. pow‐
der cleaners and cream cleaners,
– solvent-based cleaning agents,
– dishwasher cleaner,
– grill and oven cleaners,
– glass cleaning agents,
– hard, abrasive brushes or sponges,
e.g. pot scourers, or sponges which
have been previously used with abra‐
sive cleaning agents,
– melamine eraser blocks,
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Cleaning and care
Ceramic surface
Do not clean the area between the
glass-ceramic surface and the frame
or the frame and the worktop with
sharp, pointed objects.
This could damage to the seals.
Do not use washing-up liquid to
clean the appliance as washing-up
liquid will not remove all soiling and
deposits.
It will form an invisible coating which
will cause permanent discolouration
of the ceramic surface.
Clean the hob regularly with a suita‐
ble ceramic hob cleaning agent.
Wipe all coarse soiling off using a damp
cloth. Stubborn soiling may need to be
removed with a shielded scraper blade.
Then clean the hob with Miele ceramic
and stainless steel hob cleaner (see
"Optional accessories") or a suitable
proprietary ceramic hob cleaner applied
with kitchen paper or a clean cloth. Do
not apply cleaner whilst the hob is still
hot, as this could result in marking.
Please follow the manufacturer's in‐
structions.
Finally wipe the hob with a damp cloth,
then dry with a soft, dry cloth. Residues
can burn onto the appliance the next
time it is used and cause damage to
the ceramic surface. Ensure that all
cleaning agent residues are removed.
Spots caused by limescale, water and
aluminium residues (spots with a metal‐
lic appearance) can be removed using
Miele's ceramic and stainless steel hob
cleaner.
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 Danger of burning.
Protect your hands with oven gloves
before using a shielded scraper
blade to remove sugar, plastic or alu‐
minium residues from the hot hob.
Should any sugar, plastic or alumini‐
um foil spill or fall onto a hot cooking
zone while it is in use, first switch off
the appliance. Then carefully scrape off
all the sugar, plastic or aluminium resi‐
dues from the hob immediately whilst
they are still hot, using a shielded scra‐
per blade. Allow the appliance to cool
down, and then clean as described
above.
Rotary controls
Clean the rotary controls using a solu‐
tion of warm water and a little washingup liquid applied with a soft sponge.
Problem solving guide
With the aid of the following guide, minor problems can be easily corrected with‐
out contacting Miele.
If having followed the suggestions below, you still cannot resolve the problem,
please contact Miele (see end of this booklet for contact details).
 Danger of injury. Installation, maintenance and repairs to electrical applian‐
ces must only be carried out by a suitably qualified and competent person in
strict accordance with current local and national safety regulations.
Do not open the casing of the appliance.
Repairs and other work by unqualified persons could be dangerous and Miele
cannot be held liable for unauthorised work.
Problem
Cause and remedy
The hob or cooking
zones cannot be
switched on.
There is no power to the hob.
 Check if the mains fuse has tripped. If it has, con‐
tact a qualified electrician or Miele (minimum fuse
rating - see data plate).
There may be a technical fault.
 Disconnect the appliance from the electricity sup‐
ply for approx. 1 minute. To do this:
– switch off at the isolator, or
– disconnect the mains fuse.
 If, after resetting the trip switch in the mains fuse
box and switching the appliance back on, the ap‐
pliance will still not heat up, contact a qualified
electrician or Miele.
A smell and vapours are The metal components have a protective coating.
given off when the new When the appliance is used for the first time, this
appliance is being used. causes a smell and possibly also vapour. The material
from which the induction coils are made also gives off
a smell in the first few hours of operation. This smell
will be less noticeable with each subsequent use be‐
fore dissipating completely. The smell and any vapour
given off do not indicate a faulty connection or appli‐
ance and they are not hazardous to health.
The  symbol flashes
alternately with the
power level selected or
 in the display for one
of the cooking zones.
There is no pan on the cooking zone, or the pan is
unsuitable.
 Use a suitable pan (see "Pans").
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Problem solving guide
Problem
Cause and remedy
After the hob has been Demonstration mode is activated.
switched on  appears  Turn the rotary control for the front left cooking
in the display for a few
zone anti-clockwise and hold.
seconds.
 Turn the rotary control for the right front cooking
The cooking zones do
zone twice briefly anti-clockwise and then turn an‐
not heat up.
ti-clockwise and hold until  appears in the
display.
A cooking zone
switches off automati‐
cally.
It has been operated for too long.
 You can use the cooking zone again by switching
it back on (see "Safety switch-off").
The Booster has deacti‐ The overheating protection mechanism has been acti‐
vated early automatical‐ vated.
ly.
 See "Overheating protection".
The cooking zone is not The overheating protection mechanism has been acti‐
working in the usual
vated.
way on the power set‐
 See "Overheating protection".
ting selected.
Power level 9 is auto‐
Operating both zones at power level 9 would exceed
matically reduced if you the permitted maximum power for the two zones.
select power level 9 on  Use a different cooking zone.
two linked cooking
zones at the same time.
The food in the pan
does not heat up when
the Auto heat-up func‐
tion is switched on.
A large amount of food is being heated up.
 Start cooking at the highest power level and then
turn down to a lower one manually later on.
The pan is not conducting heat properly.
 Use a different pot or pan which conducts heat
properly.
An operating noise can The fan will continue running until the appliance has
be heard after the appli‐ cooled down. It will then switch itself off automatical‐
ance has been switched ly.
off.
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Problem solving guide
Problem

is flashing in the
display of one or
more cooking
zones.
The rotary control is not
at "0", a power level has
been set for the cook‐
ing zone. The cooking
zone is not heating up.
 appears in the display
or flashes alternately
with .
Cause and remedy
The rotary control for the cooking zone has been
turned to the point of resistance clockwise or anticlockwise for longer than 30 seconds.
 Turn the rotary control to 0. If the fault message
does not go out, there could be a technical fault.
Call Miele.
There was an interruption to the power supply during
operation.
The cooking zone was switched on more than 3 mi‐
nutes ago without a suitable pan being placed on it.
The maximum operating time for the cooking zone
has been exceeded.
 Turn the rotary control to 0.
The cooking zone can now be used again.

flashes in the dis‐ There is an electronic unit fault.
 Interrupt the power supply to the hob for approx. 1
play alternating
minute. If the problem persists after power is re‐
with numbers.
stored, please contact Miele.
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Optional accessories
Miele offer a comprehensive range of
useful accessories as well as cleaning
and conditioning products for your
Miele appliances.
Cleaning and care products
Ceramic and stainless steel hob
cleaner 250 ml
These can be ordered online at:
Removes heavy soiling, limescale de‐
posits and aluminium residues
or from Miele (see end of this booklet
for contact details).
Microfibre cloth
Pans
Miele offer a wide range of pans which
are perfect for Miele hobs. Please refer
to the Miele website for more details on
individual products.
– Pans in various sizes
– Frying pan with lid
– Anti-stick pans
– Wok
– Gourmet oven dishes
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Removes finger marks and light soiling
Miele@home / Con@ctivity
Your hob is communication-enabled
and via the stick supplied with selected
cooker hoods can
– be connected to the Miele@home
system,
Further information regarding
Miele@home and Con@ctivity is availa‐
ble on the internet and in the instruction
manuals of the various components.
– communicate with the cooker hood
(Con@ctivity).
Miele@home system
Communication-enabled appliances
send operating status information to a
display appliance (SuperVision appli‐
ance, Notebook, tablet etc.). The sys‐
tem also enables integration into a
household bus system (Miele Gateway
or QIVICON Smart Home Platform).
Con@ctivity
The hob sends information on its oper‐
ating status to the cooker hood. Opera‐
tion of the cooker hood occurs auto‐
matically in conjunction with the hob.
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Miele@home / Con@ctivity
Signing on
If you want to sign the hob
– on to the Miele@home system, first
prepare the signing on procedure on
the master (display) appliance.
– on to the Con@ctivity system, first
sign on the cooker hood.
 Disconnect the hob from the mains
electricity supply.
 Connect the stick to the hob (see the
installation instructions for the stick).
 Reconnect the hob to the mains elec‐
tricity supply.
The signing on procedure must be
carried out within 10 minutes after re‐
connecting the electricity supply.
 Start signing on the cooker hood or
the master appliance (see the rele‐
vant instructions).
 Remove any pots or pans from the
hob.
There must not be any pots or pans
on the hob when the signing on proc‐
ess is being carried out.
 Set power level "1" for all the cooking
zones.
The  symbol will flash.
 Wait at least 1 minute and turn all the
cooking zone rotary controls to "0".
 Finish signing on the cooker hood/
master appliance (see the relevant in‐
structions).
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Safety instructions for installation
 The appliance must only be installed and connected to the electricity sup‐
ply by a suitably qualified and competent person in strict accordance with cur‐
rent national and local safety regulations.
Fit the wall units and cooker hood before fitting the hob to avoid damaging the
hob.
 The veneer or laminate coatings of worktops (or adjacent kitchen
units) must be treated with 100 °C heat-resistant adhesive which will
not dissolve or distort. Any backmoulds must be of heat-resistant
material.
 The hob must not be installed over a fridge, fridge-freezer, freezer,
dishwasher, washing machine, washer-dryer or tumble dryer.
 This hob must not be installed above ovens or cookers unless
these have a built-in cooling down fan.
 After installation, ensure that nothing can come into contact with
the connection cable and that it is without hindrance.
 The electrical cable may not come into contact with any moving
kitchen component (e.g. a drawer) or be subject to mechanical ob‐
struction which could damage it.
 Observe carefully the safety clearances listed on the following pa‐
ges.
All dimensions are given in mm.
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Safety distances
Safety distance above the hob
A minimum safety distance must be
maintained between the appliance and
the cooker hood above it. See the
cooker hood manufacturer's operating
and installation instructions for details.
If the manufacturer's instructions are
not available for the cooker hood, a
minimum safety distance of at least 760
mm must be maintained. For any flam‐
mable objects (e.g. utensil rails, wall
units etc) a minimum safety distance of
at least 760 mm must be maintained
between them and the appliance below.
When two or more appliances which
have different safety distances are
installed together below a cooker
hood, you should observe the great‐
est safety distance.
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Safety distances
Safety distances to the sides
and back of the hob
Ideally the hob should be installed with
plenty of space on either side. There
may be a wall at the rear or a tall unit or
wall on one side (right or left) (see illus‐
trations).
 Minimum distance between the
back of the worktop cut-out and the
rear edge of the worktop:
50 mm
Not allowed
 Minimum distance between the
worktop cut-out and a wall or tall unit to
the right of it:
50 mm.
 Minimum distance between the
worktop cut-out and a wall or tall unit to
the left of it:
50 mm.
Recommended
Not recommended
Not recommended
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Safety distances
Minimum safety distances un‐
derneath the hob
To ensure sufficient ventilation to the
hob, a certain gap must be left between
the underside of the hob and any oven,
interim shelf or drawer.
The minimum gap between the under‐
side of the hob and
– the top of an oven is 15 mm.
– the top of an interim shelf is 15 mm.
– the base of a drawer is 75 mm.
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Interim shelf
It is not necessary to fit an interim shelf
underneath the hob but one may be fit‐
ted if you wish.
Leave a gap of 10 mm at the back of
the shelf to accommodate the cable.
We recommend a gap at the front of the
shelf of 20 mm to ensure good ventila‐
tion.
Safety distances
Safety distance when installing the appliance near a wall with
additional niche cladding
A minimum safety distance must be maintained between the worktop cut-out and
any niche cladding to protect it from heat damage.
If the niche cladding is made from a combustible material (e.g. wood) a minimum
safety distance  of 50 mm must be maintained between the cut-out and the
cladding.
If the niche cladding is made from a non-combustible material (e.g. metal, natural
stone, ceramic tiles) the minimum safety distance  between the cut-out and the
cladding will be 50 mm less the thickness of the cladding.
Example: 15 mm niche cladding
50 mm - 15 mm = minimum safety distance of 35 mm
Flush-fitted hob
Hob with frame or bevelled edge
 Masonry
 Niche cladding dimension x = thickness of the niche cladding material
 Worktop
 Worktop cut-out
 Minimum safety distance for
combustible materials 50 mm
non-combustible materials 50 mm less dimension x
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Hob with frame or bevelled edge
Installation notes
Tiled worktop
Seal between the hob and the work‐
top
Do not use sealant between the hob
and the worktop. This could result in
damage to the hob or the worktop if
the hob ever needs to be removed
for servicing.
The sealing strip under the edge of
the top part of the appliance pro‐
vides a sufficient seal for the work‐
top.
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Grout lines  and the hatched area un‐
derneath the hob frame must be
smooth and even. If they are not the
hob will not sit flush with the worktop
and the sealing strip underneath the
hob will not provide a good seal be‐
tween the hob and the worktop.
Hob with frame or bevelled edge
Building-in dimensions
KM 6325-1
a Front
b Casing depth
c Mains connection box
d Miele@home/Con@ctivity connection
The mains connection cable (1440 mm long) is supplied separately with the hob.
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Hob with frame or bevelled edge
KM 6362-1
a Front
b Casing depth
c Mains connection box
d Miele@home/Con@ctivity connection
The mains connection cable (1440 mm long) is supplied separately with the hob.
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Hob with frame or bevelled edge
KM 6363-1
a Front
b Casing depth
c Mains connection box
d Miele@home/Con@ctivity connection
The mains connection cable (1440 mm long) is supplied separately with the hob.
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Hob with frame or bevelled edge
Installation
Installing the hob
Preparing the worktop
 Feed the mains connection cable
down through the cut-out.
 Make the worktop cut-out as shown
in the building-in diagram. Observe
the safety distances (see "Safety dis‐
tances").
 Seal the cut surfaces with a suitable
sealant to avoid swelling caused by
moisture. The sealant must be heatresistant.
Make sure that the sealant does not
come into contact with the top of the
worktop.
The seal underneath the hob will hold
it securely in the cut-out. Any gap be‐
tween the frame and worktop will re‐
duce with time.
Connecting the mains connection
cable to the appliance
The mains connection cable must
only be connected by a suitably
qualified and competent person.
 Follow the instructions in the wiring
diagram (see "Electrical connection Wiring diagram").
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 Place the hob centrally in the cut-out.
When doing this, make sure that the
seal under the hob sits flush with the
worktop on all sides. This is impor‐
tant to ensure an effective seal all
round.
Do not use sealant (e.g. silicone).
If the seal does not meet the worktop
correctly on the corners, the corner ra‐
dius (≤ R4) can be carefully scribed to
suit.
 Connect the hob to the mains.
 Check that the hob works.
Flush-fitted hobs
Installation notes
Flush fit hobs are only suitable for in‐
stallation in natural stone (granite,
marble), tiled or solid wood worktops.
Certain models are suitable for build‐
ing into glass worktops - please see
advice under "Building-in dimen‐
sions". When using a worktop made
from any other material, please check
first with the worktop manufacturer
that it is suitable for installing a flush
fit hob.
The hob can be installed
– in a suitable cut-out in a natural
stone worktop.
– in a suitable cut-out in a tiled or solid
wood worktop or a glass worktop
with a wooden support frame. The
frame must be provided on site, and
is not supplied with the appliance.
The internal width of the base unit
must be at least as wide as the inter‐
nal cut-out width for the hob (see
"Building-in dimensions"). This is to
ensure that the casing can be easily
removed for maintenance. If the un‐
derside of the hob is not freely acces‐
sible after installation, any sealant
used to plug the gaps around the ap‐
pliance must be removed to enable
the hob to be lifted out of the cut-out
should this be necessary.
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Flush-fitted hobs
Building-in dimensions
KM 6364-1
a Front
d Stepped cut-out
b Casing depth
e Miele@home/Con@ctivity connec‐
tion
c Mains connection box
The mains connection cable (1440 mm long) is supplied separately with the hob.
Please observe the detailed diagrams for cut-out dimensions in natural stone
worktops.
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Flush-fitted hobs
Installation
Solid wood, tiled and glass worktops
Natural stone worktops
a Worktop
a Worktop
b Hob
b Hob
c Gap
c Gap
d Wooden frame 13 mm (to be provi‐
ded on site)
As the ceramic glass and the worktop
cut-out have a certain dimensional tol‐
erance, the size of gap  can vary
(min. 1 mm).
As the ceramic glass and the worktop
cut-out have a certain dimensional tol‐
erance, the size of gap  can vary
(min. 1 mm).
d Stepped cut-out
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Flush-fitted hobs
Preparing the worktop
 Make the worktop cut-out as shown
in "Building-in dimensions". Observe
the safety distances (see "Safety dis‐
tances").
 Solid wood, tiled and glass worktops:
Fix the wooden frame  7 mm below
the top edge of the worktop (see dia‐
gram).
Connecting the mains connection
cable to the appliance
The mains connection cable must
only be connected by a suitably
qualified and competent person.
 Follow the instructions in the wiring
diagram (see "Electrical connection Wiring diagram").
Installing the hob
 Feed the mains connection cable
down through the cut-out.
 Centre the hob in the cut-out.
 Connect the hob to the mains.
 Check that the hob works.
 Seal the remaining gap  with a sili‐
cone sealant that is heat-resistant to
at least 160°C.
For natural stone worktops and natu‐
ral stone tiles, only use silicone seal‐
ant that is specially formulated for
natural stone, and observe the seal‐
ant manufacturer's instructions.
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Electrical connection
 Danger of injury.
Connection
Miele cannot be held liable for unau‐
thorised installation, maintenance
and repair work as this can be dan‐
gerous to users.
Miele cannot be held liable for dam‐
age or injury caused by incorrect in‐
stallation, maintenance or repair
work, or by an inadequate or faulty
earthing system (e.g. electric shock).
This hob must be connected to the
mains electrical supply by a suitably
qualified and competent person, in
accordance with current local and
national safety regulations (BS 7671
in the UK).
After installation ensure that all elec‐
trical components are shielded and
cannot be accessed by users.
AC 230 V, 50 Hz
The connection data is quoted on the
dataplate. It must match the household
supply.
Please see wiring diagram for connec‐
tion. (N.B. This appliance is supplied
single phase only in the UK / AUS / NZ).
Residual current device
For extra safety, it is advisable to pro‐
tect the appliance with a suitable resid‐
ual current device (RCD) with a trip
range of 30 mA.
Separators
The appliance must be able to be dis‐
connected from the mains on all poles
by disconnecting devices. When
switched off there must be an all-pole
contact gap of at least 3 mm in the iso‐
lator switch. Disconnecting devices in‐
clude overcurrent protection and circuit
breakers.
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Electrical connection
Disconnecting from the mains
 Danger of electrical shock.
After disconnection, ensure the ap‐
pliance cannot be switched back on
by mistake.
To disconnect the appliance from the
mains power supply, do one of the fol‐
lowing depending on installation:
Safety fuses
 Completely remove fuses
Automatic circuit breakers
 Press the (red) button until the middle
(black) button springs out.
Built-in circuit breakers
 Circuit breakers, type B or C: switch
the on-off switch from 1 (on) to 0
(off).
Residual current device (RCD)
 Switch the main switch from 1 (on) to
0 (off) or press the test button.
Mains connection cable
The hob must be connected to the
electrical supply with a special connec‐
tion cable, type H 05 VV-F (PVC insula‐
ted) with a suitable diameter.
Please see wiring diagram for connec‐
tion. (N.B. This appliance is supplied
single phase only in the UK / AUS / NZ).
See the data plate on the hob for the
correct voltage and frequency.
Connecting the mains cable
 Danger of electrical shock.
The mains connection cable must be
fitted by a suitably qualified and
competent person in accordance
with current local and national safety
regulations.
The wires in the mains cable are col‐
oured in accordance with the follow‐
ing code:
Green/yellow = earth
Blue = neutral
Brown = live
The earth lead must be connected to
the point marked  .
If the mains cable needs to be replaced
it must be replaced with a special con‐
nection cable, type H 05 VV-F (PVC-in‐
sulated), available from Miele.
The connection data is quoted on the
data plate.
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Electrical connection
Wiring diagram
a b c d e L1
L2
L3
N
200-240 V~
200-240 V~
200-240 V~
a b c d e L1
L2
N
200-240 V~
200-240 V~
(L3)
a b c d e L1
200-240 V~
N
(L2)
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After sales service, data plate, guarantee
After sales service
In the event of any faults which you cannot easily remedy, please contact
– your Miele Dealer, or
– Miele
See end of this booklet for contact details.
When contacting your Dealer or Miele, please quote the model and serial number
of your appliance.
Data plate
Space in which to stick the extra data plate supplied with the appliance. Ensure
that the model number is the same as the one on the back page of these instruc‐
tions.
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United Kingdom
Miele Co. Ltd.
Fairacres, Marcham Road
Abingdon, Oxon, OX14 1TW
Customer Contact Centre Tel: 0330 160 6600
E-mail: mielecare@miele.co.uk
Internet: www.miele.co.uk
Australia
Miele Australia Pty. Ltd.
ACN 005 635 398
ABN 96 005 635 398
1 Gilbert Park Drive, Knoxfield, VIC 3180
Tel: 1300 464 353
Internet: www.miele.com.au
China
Miele (Shanghai) Trading Ltd.
1-3 Floor, No. 82 Shi Men Yi Road
Jing' an District
200040 Shanghai, PRC
Tel: +86 21 6157 3500, Fax: +86 21 6157 3511
E-mail: info@miele.cn, Internet: www.miele.cn
Miele (Hong Kong) Limited
41/F - 4101, Manhattan Place
23 Wang Tai Road
Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2610 1331, Fax: (852)2610 1013
Email: mielehk@miele.com.hk
India
Miele India Pvt. Ltd.
Ground Floor, Copia Corporate Suites
Plot No. 9, Jasola
New Delhi - 110025
Tel: 011-46 900 000, Fax: 011-46 900 001
E-mail: customercare@miele.in, Internet: www.miele.in
Ireland
Miele Ireland Ltd.
2024 Bianconi Avenue
Citywest Business Campus, Dublin 24
Tel: (01) 461 07 10, Fax: (01) 461 07 97
E-Mail: info@miele.ie, Internet: www.miele.ie
Manufacturer: Miele & Cie. KG
Carl-Miele-Straße 29, 33332 Gütersloh, Germany
59
Malaysia
Miele Sdn Bhd
Suite 12-2, Level 12
Menara Sapura Kencana Petroleum
Solaris Dutamas No. 1, Jalan Dutamas 1
50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phone: +603-6209-0288
Fax: +603-6205-3768
New Zealand
Miele New Zealand Limited
IRD 98 463 631
Level 2, 10 College Hill
Freemans Bay, Auckland 1011, NZ
Tel: 0800 464 353
Internet: www.miele.co.nz
Singapore
Miele Pte. Ltd.
163 Penang Road
# 04 - 03 Winsland House II
Singapore 238463
Tel: +65 6735 1191, Fax: +65 6735 1161
E-Mail: info@miele.com.sg
Internet: www.miele.sg
South Africa
Miele (Pty) Ltd
63 Peter Place, Bryanston 2194
P.O. Box 69434, Bryanston 2021
Tel: (011) 875 9000, Fax: (011) 875 9035
E-mail: info@miele.co.za
Internet: www.miele.co.za
United Arab Emirates
Miele Appliances Ltd.
P.O. Box 11 47 82
Gold & Diamond Park, Sheikh Zayed Road
Building 6 / Offices Nos. 6-214 to 6-220
Dubai
Tel: +971-4-341 84 44
Fax: +971-4-341 88 52
E-Mail: info@miele.ae
Internet: www.miele.ae
KM 6325-1 / KM 6362-1 / KM 6363-1 / KM 6364-1
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