Operating and installation instructions
Cooker hood
To prevent the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance, it is essen‐
tial to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first
time.
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M.-Nr. 10 093 480
Contents
Warning and Safety instructions .......................................................................... 4
Caring for the environment ................................................................................. 13
Modes of operation.............................................................................................. 14
Con@ctivity 2.0 function ........................................................................................ 15
Guide to the appliance......................................................................................... 16
Operation (Automatic mode)............................................................................... 18
Cooking with Con@ctivity 2.0 (Automatic mode)................................................... 18
Leaving automatic mode temporarily..................................................................... 20
Returning to automatic mode ................................................................................ 20
Operation (Manual mode).................................................................................... 21
Cooking without Con@ctivity 2.0 (Manual mode) .................................................. 21
Switching the fan on .............................................................................................. 21
Selecting the power level....................................................................................... 21
Selecting the run-on time....................................................................................... 22
Switching the fan off .............................................................................................. 22
Switching the hob lighting on/off ........................................................................... 22
Power management ............................................................................................... 23
Operation (Automatic and Manual modes)........................................................ 24
Operating hours counters ...................................................................................... 24
Altering the operating hours counter for the grease filters ............................... 24
Activating and altering the charcoal filter operating hours counter .................. 25
Reading the filter operating hours counter ....................................................... 25
Energy saving tips................................................................................................ 26
Cleaning and care ................................................................................................ 27
Casing .................................................................................................................... 27
Grease filters .......................................................................................................... 28
Charcoal filters ....................................................................................................... 30
Resetting the charcoal filter operating hours counter....................................... 31
Disposing of the charcoal filters ....................................................................... 31
Installation ............................................................................................................ 32
Appliance dimensions............................................................................................ 32
Safety distance between hob and cooker hood (S)............................................... 34
Installation recommendations................................................................................ 35
Before installation .................................................................................................. 35
Assembly parts ...................................................................................................... 36
Exhaust socket ...................................................................................................... 45
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Contents
Setting up for recirculation mode .......................................................................... 46
Electrical connection.............................................................................................. 47
Electrical connection ........................................................................................... 48
Connection for air extraction .............................................................................. 49
Condensate trap .................................................................................................... 50
Silencer .................................................................................................................. 50
Activating Con@ctivity 2.0 ................................................................................... 52
Installing the Con@ctivity 2.0 Stick........................................................................ 52
Activating Con@ctivity 2.0 ..................................................................................... 52
Activating the cooker hood............................................................................... 52
Activating the hob............................................................................................. 53
Activation failed ................................................................................................ 53
Deactivating Con@ctivity 2.0 ................................................................................. 53
After Sales / Guarantee ....................................................................................... 54
Position of the data plate ....................................................................................... 54
Technical data ...................................................................................................... 55
Conformity declaration........................................................................................... 55
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Warning and Safety instructions
This appliance complies with all relevant local and national safety
requirements. Inappropriate use can, however, lead to personal in‐
jury and damage to property.
To avoid the risk of accidents and damage to the appliance,
please read these instructions carefully before using it for the first
time. They contain important notes on the safety, installation, use
and maintenance of the appliance. Miele cannot be held liable for
non-compliance with these instructions.
Keep these instructions in a safe place and ensure that all users
are familiar with the contents. Pass them on to any future owner of
the appliance.
Correct application
 This cooker hood is intended for use in domestic households and
similar working and residential environments.
 The cooker hood is not intended for outdoor use.
 It must only be used as a domestic appliance to extract vapours
and remove odours from cooking.
Any other usage is not supported by the manufacturer and could be
dangerous.
 Where a recirculation cooker hood is fitted above a gas hob,
please ensure that there is an adequate supply of fresh air into the
room in which it is installed. Please seek the advice of a qualified
gas fitter (e.g. GasSafe in the UK) if necessary.
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Warning and Safety instructions
 The cooker hood can only be used by people with reduced physi‐
cal, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowl‐
edge, if they are supervised whilst using it, or have been shown how
to use it in a safe way and recognise and understand the conse‐
quences of incorrect operation.
Safety with children
 Children under 8 years of age must be kept away from the cooker
hood unless they are constantly supervised.
 Children 8 years and older may only use the cooker hood unsu‐
pervised if they have been shown how to use it safely and recognise
and understand the consequences of incorrect operation.
 Children must not be allowed to clean or maintain the cooker
hood unsupervised.
 Please supervise children in the vicinity of the cooker hood and
do not let them play with it.
 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.
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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.
 A damaged appliance can be dangerous. Check it for visible signs
of damage. Do not use a damaged appliance.
 The electrical safety of this appliance can only be guaranteed
when correctly earthed. It is essential that this standard safety re‐
quirement is met. If in any doubt please have the electrical installa‐
tion tested by a qualified electrician.
 Reliable and safe operation of this cooker hood can only be as‐
sured if it has been connected to the mains electricity supply.
 Before connecting the appliance to the mains supply, ensure that
the connection data on the data plate (voltage and frequency) match
the mains electricity supply. This data must correspond in order to
avoid the risk of damage to the appliance. Consult a qualified elec‐
trician if in any doubt.
 Do not connect the appliance to the mains electricity supply by a
multi-socket unit or an extension lead. These are a fire hazard and
do not guarantee the required safety of the appliance.
 For appliances with an external motor fitted (...EXT models) the
connection of the two units must be made using the connection ca‐
ble and the plug connectors.
These models may only be combined with a Miele external motor.
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Warning and Safety instructions
 For safety reasons, this appliance may only be used after it has
been built in.
 The cooker hood must not be used in a non-stationary location
(e.g. on a ship).
 Tampering with electrical connections or components and me‐
chanical parts is highly dangerous to the user and can cause opera‐
tional faults.
Only open the housing as described in the instructions given in the
installation sheet and in the Cleaning and care section of this book‐
let. Under no circumstances should any other parts of the housing
be opened.
 The manufacturer's warranty will be invalidated if the appliance is
not repaired by a Miele approved service technician.
 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.
 If the electrical connection cable is faulty it must only be replaced
by a Miele authorised service technician to protect the user from
danger.
 During installation, maintenance and repair work, the appliance
must be disconnected from the mains electricity supply.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Using at the same time as other heating appliances that depend on the air
from the room
 Warning - danger of toxic fumes
Great care should be taken when using the cooker hood at the
same time and in the same room or area of the house as another
heating appliance which depends on the air in the room.
Such appliances include gas, oil, wood or coal-fired boilers and
heaters, continuous flow or other water heaters, gas hobs, cook‐
ers or ovens which draw air in from the room and duct exhaust
gases out through a chimney or extraction ducting.
When used in extraction mode, with or without an external motor
fitted, or in recirculation mode with a recirculation box installed
outside the room, the appliance draws air in from the room in
which it is installed and from neighbouring rooms.
If there is insufficient air, an underpressure will occur. The heating
appliance will be starved of oxygen, impairing combustion.
Harmful gases could be drawn out of the chimney or extraction
ducting back into the room, with potentially fatal consequences.
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Warning and Safety instructions
In order to ensure safe operation, and to prevent gases given off
by the heating appliances from being drawn back into the room
when the cooker hood and the heater are in operation simultane‐
ously, an underpressure in the room of 0.04 mbar (4 pa) is the
maximum permissible.
Ventilation can be maintained by air inlets which cannot be
blocked, in windows, doors or outside wall vents, or by other
technical measures, such as ensuring that the cooker hood can
only be switched on when the heating appliance is switched off or
vice versa. A ventilation brick alone is not generally sufficient to
ensure safe ventilation.
The overall ventilation condition of the dwelling must be taken into
account. If in any doubt, the advice of a competent builder or, for
gas a qualified gas fitter (registered with an official gas safety
body in accordance with national safety regulations, GasSafe in
the UK) must be sought.
If the cooker hood is used in recirculation mode, where the air is
directed back into the room in which it is located, operating a
heating appliance which depends on the room air at the same
time is no cause for concern.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Correct use
 Never use a naked flame beneath the cooker hood. To avoid the
danger of fire, do not flambé or grill over a naked flame.
When switched on, the cooker hood could draw flames into the filter.
Fat deposits could ignite, presenting a fire hazard.
 The cooker hood can become damaged when exposed to exces‐
sive heat.
– When using the cooker hood over a gas hob, ensure that any
burners in use are always covered by a pan. Switch the cooking
zone off when a pan is removed, even for a short time.
– Select a pan which is suitable for the size of the burner.
– Regulate the flame so that it does not burn up the sides of the
pan.
– Avoid overheating the pan (e.g. when cooking with a wok).
 Always switch the cooker hood on when a cooking zone is in use,
otherwise condensation may collect in the hood, which could cause
corrosion.
 When cooking with oil or fat, chip pans and deep fat fryers etc, do
not leave the pans unattended. Never leave an open grill unattended
when grilling. Overheated oil and fat can ignite and could set the
cooker hood on fire.
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Warning and Safety instructions
 Do not use the cooker hood without the filters in place. This way
you will avoid the risk of grease and dirt getting into the appliance
and hindering its smooth operation.
 There is a risk of fire if the cooker hood is not cleaned as descri‐
bed in these operating instructions.
 The cooker hood can get very hot during cooking due to heat ris‐
ing from the hob.
Do not touch the housing or the grease filters until the cooker hood
has cooled down.
Correct installation
 Refer to the cooker or hob manufacturer's instructions as to
whether a cooker hood may be operated above the cooker/hob.
 Safety regulations prohibit the fitting of a cooker hood over solid
fuel stoves.
 Insufficient distance between the cooker or hob and the cooker
hood can result in damage to the hood.
The minimum safety distances between the top of the cooker or hob
and the bottom of the cooker hood given in the "Installation" section
must be maintained, unless the hob manufacturer states that a
greater distance is required.
If more than one cooking appliance is fitted beneath the cooker
hood, and they have different minimum safety distances to the
cooker hood, select the greater distance.
 The distances given in "Installation" must be observed when fit‐
ting the cooker hood.
 Exhaust ducting must be of non-inflammable material. Suitable
material is available from Miele specialist dealers or the Miele Spares
Dept.
 The appliance must not be connected to a chimney or flue which
is in use. Neither should it be connected to ducting which ventilates
rooms with fireplaces.
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Warning and Safety instructions
 If exhaust air is to be extracted into a chimney or ventilation duct
no longer used for other purposes, seek professional advice.
Cleaning and care
 Do not use a steam cleaning appliance to clean this appliance.
The steam could reach electrical components and cause a short cir‐
cuit.
Accessories
 Only use genuine original Miele accessories with this appliance.
Using accessories from other manufacturers will invalidate the guar‐
antee, and Miele cannot accept liability.
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Caring for the environment
Disposal of the packing mate‐
rial
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.
Recycling the packaging reduces the
use of raw materials in the manufactur‐
ing process and also reduces the
amount of waste in landfill sites.
Disposal of your old appliance
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.
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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Modes of operation
Depending on the model of the cooker
hood, the following options are availa‐
ble:
Extraction mode
The air is drawn in and cleaned by the
grease filters and directed outside.
Non-return flap
Recirculation mode
(recirculation mode cooker hoods re‐
quire a conversion kit and charcoal fil‐
ters: see "Technical Data")
The air is drawn in and cleaned first by
the grease filters and then by the char‐
coal filters. The cleaned air is then recir‐
culated back into the kitchen.
The non-return flap is designed to pre‐
vent the exchange of room and outside
air taking place.
The flap is closed when the cooker
hood is switched off.
When the cooker hood is switched on,
the non-return flap opens for the cook‐
ing vapours to be blown directly out‐
side.
Operation with an external mo‐
tor
If the on-site ventilation system does
not have a non-return flap, the non-re‐
turn flap supplied must be fitted in the
exhaust socket in the motor unit.
Cooker hoods set up for operation with
an external motor have to be connected
to a Miele external motor located in a
suitable position outside the room in
which the cooker hood is installed. The
external motor is linked to the cooker
hood via a connection cable and then
operated using Con@ctivity 2.0 or via
the controls on the remote control or
the cooker hood.
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(...EXT model cooker hoods)
Modes of operation
Con@ctivity 2.0 function
Automatic control
The cooker hood has a communication
facility which enables the automatic op‐
eration of the cooker hood depending
on the operational state of the hob.
The hob transmits information about its
operational status via a wireless signal
to the cooker hood.
– The hob lighting will switch on auto‐
matically.
– With the deflector plate pulled out,
during cooking, the cooker hood au‐
tomatically sets the power level ac‐
cording to the number of cooking
zones in operation and their power
levels.
– After the hob has been switched off,
the cooker hood fan and the hob
lighting will switch off automatically.
See "Operation" for detailed informa‐
tion about this function.
To make use of the communication fa‐
cility, the hob must be fitted with a
Con@ctivity 2.0 Stick .
Please refer to the installation instruc‐
tions for the Con@ctivity 2.0 stick to
check whether it is compatible with
your hob.
To use the Con@ctivity 2.0 function, a
wireless connection must be establish‐
ed between the hob and the cooker
hood (see "Activating Con@ctivity 2.0).
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Guide to the appliance
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Guide to the appliance
a Pull-out deflector plate
b Controls
c Grease filters
d Hob lighting
e Exhaust socket
The exhaust socket can also be fitted at the back.
f Slots for the charcoal filters
g Slots for the grease filters
h Charcoal filters
Accessory required for recirculation mode
i Hob lighting button
j On/Off button for fan
k Buttons for setting the fan power level
l Button for the run-on option
m Operating hours button
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Operation (Automatic mode)
When Con@ctivity 2.0 is activated, the
cooker hood always works in automatic
mode (see "Activating Con@ctivity
2.0").
To operate the cooker hood manually,
see "Cooking without Con@ctivity 2.0".
Cooking with Con@ctivity 2.0
(Automatic mode)
 Switch a cooking zone on at the
power level you want.
The cooker hood lighting will come on.
 Pull out the deflector plate.
The fan will come on at power level 2.
The cooker hood selects the power lev‐
el automatically during cooking.
This is determined by the total output of
the hob, i.e, the number of cooking
zones in operation and the power levels
selected.
 If you select a higher power level or
are using several cooking zones, the
cooker hood will switch to a higher
power level.
 When you reduce the power level or
the number of cooking zones on the
hob, the cooker hood power level is
also reduced.
Examples for power levels 1 to 4
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Reaction time
The cooker hood reacts with a slight
delay because altering the power level
on the hob does not immediately result
in a reduction or increase in cooking
vapours.
Because the hob transmits the informa‐
tion to the cooker hood at intervals, this
can also cause delays.
The reaction can vary from a few sec‐
onds to a couple of minutes.
Operation (Automatic mode)
Cooking process
Switching off
 If for example you switch on a cook‐
ing zone at the highest power level to
heat a pan for frying and reduce the
power level after approx. 60 to 90
seconds*, a cooking process is rec‐
ognised (*60 seconds to 5 minutes
for a HiLight hob).
 Switch off all cooking zones.
The cooker hood switches itself on and
when the hob power level has been re‐
duced, the hood switches to power lev‐
el 3 and remains at that level for ap‐
prox. 5 minutes.
– From the intensive setting 4, the fan
switches immediately to level 3.
After that the cooker hood power level
is determined automatically by the
Con@ctivity function.
 You can select another power level
manually before then.
The cooker hood fan will reduce its
power level over the next few minutes
and will eventually switch itself off.
This helps to neutralise any lingering
vapours and odours in the air.
– If the fan is operating at level 3, it will
switch to level 2 after approx. 1 mi‐
nute.
– From level 2, the fan switches to level
1 after 2 minutes.
– After 2 minutes at level 1 the fan
switches itself off.
– After another 30 seconds the lighting
switches off.
The cooking process is then finished.
If the deflector plate remains pulled out,
the cooker hood will switch on auto‐
matically the next time the hob is
switched on:
a few seconds after the hob is switched
on, the cooker hood fan will switch on,
first at level 2 briefly before switching
immediately to level 1. Thereafter oper‐
ation will be carried out automatically.
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Operation (Automatic mode)
Leaving automatic mode tem‐
porarily
To leave automatic mode temporarily
during cooking:
 Manually select a different power lev‐
el, or
 Manually switch the cooker hood off,
or
 Activate the run-on option  on the
cooker hood. The fan will switch off
after the selected time and the light‐
ing remains switched on.
The cooker hood can now be operated
manually (see "Cooking without
Con@ctivity 2.0").
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Returning to automatic mode
The cooker hood returns to automatic
mode:
 if the cooker hood has not been used
for approx. 5 minutes after selecting
a power level manually, or
 if the manually selected fan power
level corresponds to the automatic
one again, or
 if the cooker hood fan and the hob
have been switched off for at least 30
seconds.
Automatic mode will resume next
time the hob is switched on.
 If you wish to operate the cooker
hood manually for a complete cook‐
ing process, switch on the cooker
hood fan before switching on the
hob.
If the cooker hood and the hob have
been switched off for at least 30 sec‐
onds after cooking, automatic mode
will resume the next time the hob is
switched on.
Operation (Manual mode)
Cooking without Con@ctivity
2.0 (Manual mode)
The cooker hood can be operated man‐
ually if:
– Con@ctivity 2.0 is not activated.
– You have temporarily deactivated
Con@ctivity 2.0 (see "Leaving auto‐
matic mode temporarily").
Switching the fan on
Selecting the power level
For light to heavy cooking vapours and
odours, select from power levels 1 to 3.
When frying or cooking food with a very
strong aroma, select the Intensive set‐
ting IS.
 For a lower power level, press the
"" control, or "" for a higher level.
Reducing power on the intensive set‐
ting
If Power management is activated (de‐
fault), the fan automatically switches to
level 3 after 5 minutes.
 Pull the deflector plate downwards
slightly and then towards you.
The fan will switch on at level 2. The 
symbol and 2 will light up in the power
level display.
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Operation (Manual mode)
Selecting the run-on time
It is advisable to run the fan for a few
minutes after cooking has finished to
neutralise any lingering vapours and
odours in the air.
With the run-on option the fan switches
itself off automatically after a pre-selec‐
ted time.
 After you have finished cooking,
press the run-on option control 5
15
– Once: the fan will switch itself off af‐
ter 5 minutes (5 lights up).
– Twice: the fan will switch itself off af‐
ter 15 minutes (15 lights up).
– If you press the run-on option control
5 15 again, the fan will remain on
(5 15 will go out).
Switching the fan off
 Push the deflector plate back in.
The next time the deflector plate is
pulled out, the cooker hood will operate
at power level 2 again.
 Or switch the fan off with the On/Off
button .
The  symbol will go out.
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Switching the hob lighting
on/off
 You can switch the hob lighting on
and off by pulling the deflector plate
out and pushing it in.
 When the cooker hood deflector plate
is pulled out, you can switch the hob
lighting on and off with the lighting
button .
Operation (Manual mode)
Power management
Switching Power management on/off
The cooker hood features a power
management system to help save ener‐
gy. The fan power level is reduced and
the lighting is switched off automatical‐
ly.
You can deactivate Power manage‐
ment.
This can result in increased electricity
consumption.
– If the Intensive setting is selected,
the fan automatically switches to lev‐
el 3 after 5 minutes.
 Press the run-on option button 5
15 for approx. 10 seconds, until 1
lights up in the power level display.
– From levels 3, 2 or 1 the power will
be reduced by one level after 2 hours
and then in 30 minutes stages until
the fan finally switches off.
 Then press in turn,
– The hob lighting will switch off auto‐
matically after 12 hours.
– the lighting button  again.
 Switch off the fan and the lighting.
– the lighting button ,
– the "" button and then
If Power management is switched on,
the 1 and IS indicators will light up con‐
stantly.
If it is switched off, 1 and IS will flash.
 Press "" to switch Power manage‐
ment off.
The 1 and IS indicators will flash.
 To switch it on, press "".
The 1 and IS indicators will light up
constantly.
 Confirm the setting with the run-on
option button 5 15.
All the indicator lamps will go out
If you do not confirm within 4 minutes,
the cooker hood will revert to the old
setting.
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Operation (Automatic and Manual modes)
Operating hours counters
The number of hours the appliance has
been in operation is stored in memory.
When the Grease filter symbol  or the
Charcoal filter symbol  lights up, the
operating hours counters are signalling
that the filters need to be cleaned or
changed. Further information about
cleaning and changing the filters and
resetting the operating hours counter
can be found under "Cleaning and
care".
Altering the operating hours counter
for the grease filters
You can set the operating hours coun‐
ter for the grease filters to suit the type
of cooking you do.
The grease filter operating hours coun‐
ter is set at the factory for 30 hours.
– Select a shorter time of 20 hours if
you roast or fry a lot.
– If you only cook occasionally we rec‐
ommend that you still select a short
time because grease which has built
up gradually over a long period of
time will harden on the filters and
make cleaning more difficult.
– Select a longer time of 40 or 50
hours if you use very little fat for
cooking.
 Use the On/Off control  to switch
the fan off.
 Press the run-on control 515 and
the operating hours control  at
the same time.
The grease filter symbol  and one of
the fan power level indicators flash.
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Fan power level indicators 1 to IS show
the time set:
1............................................... 20 hours
2............................................... 30 hours
3............................................... 40 hours
IS ............................................. 50 hours
 Press the "" symbol for a shorter
operating time, or the "" symbol to
select a longer operating time.
 Confirm the selection by pressing the
operating hours control .
All the indicators will go out
If you do not confirm within 4 minutes,
the cooker hood will revert to the old
setting.
Operation (Automatic and Manual modes)
Activating and altering the charcoal
filter operating hours counter
Reading the filter operating hours
counter
Charcoal filters are needed for recircu‐
lation mode.
To check the percentage of time set al‐
ready used
The charcoal filter operating hours
counter needs to be activated once and
the operating time needs to be set to
suit the kind of cooking you do:
 Use the On/Off control  to switch
the fan on.
 Use the On/Off control  to switch
the fan off.
 Press the "" symbol and the oper‐
ating hours control  at the same
time.
The Charcoal filter symbol  and one
of the fan power levels will flash.
Fan power level indicators 1 to IS show
the time set:
1............................................. 120 hours
2............................................. 180 hours
3............................................. 240 hours
IS ........................................ Deactivated
 Press the "" symbol for a shorter
operating time, or the "" symbol to
select a longer operating time.
 Confirm your choice by pressing the
operating hours control .
All the indicator lamps will go out.
If you do not confirm within 4 minutes,
the cooker hood will revert to the old
setting.
 Press and hold the operating hours
control 
– Once, to read the Grease filter oper‐
ating hours. The grease filter symbol
 lights up.
– Twice, to read the Charcoal filter op‐
erating hours. The Charcoal filter
symbol  lights up.
One or more of the power level indica‐
tors will flash.
The number of fan power level indica‐
tors flashing shows the percentage of
the operating time which has already
been used up.
1 ................................................... 25 %
1 and 2 ......................................... 50 %
1 to 3 ............................................ 75 %
1 to IS ......................................... 100 %
The number of operating hours used
remains in the memory, even when
the appliance is switched off or there
is a power cut.
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Energy saving tips
This cooker hood operates very effi‐
ciently and economically. The following
will help you to save even more energy
when using it:
– Ensure that there is sufficient ventila‐
tion in the kitchen when cooking. In
extraction mode, if there is insuffi‐
cient air flow the cooker hood cannot
operate efficiently and this causes in‐
creased operating noise levels.
– Always cook with the lowest possible
setting. This produces fewer cooking
vapours, so you can use a lower
cooker hood power level and there‐
fore benefit from reduced energy
consumption.
– Use the Con@ctivity function. The
cooker hood will switch on and off
automatically at the optimum power
level for the cooking you are doing,
which ensures low energy consump‐
tion.
– If you are operating the cooker hood
manually, please note the following:
– Check the power level selected on
the cooker hood. A lower power
level is generally sufficient for the
majority of cooking. Only use the
intensive setting when necessary.
– When a large volume of cooking
vapours are being produced,
switch to a high power level in
good time. This is more efficient
than operating the cooker hood for
longer to try to capture cooking
vapours which have already been
distributed throughout the kitchen.
– Make sure that you switch the
cooker hood off after use.
If cooking vapours and odours still
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need to be removed from the
kitchen air after cooking, use the
run-on function. The fan will
switch off automatically after the
selected run-on time.
– Clean or change the filters at regular
intervals. Heavily soiled filters reduce
performance, increase the risk of fire
and are unhygienic.
Cleaning and care
Casing
General information
The surfaces and controls are sus‐
ceptible to scratches and abrasion.
Please observe the following clean‐
ing instructions.
 All external surfaces and controls can
be cleaned using hot water with a
small amount of washing-up liquid
applied with a well wrung-out soft
sponge or cloth.
Do not let moisture get into the
cooker hood.
Only use a damp cloth when clean‐
ing. This is particularly important
around the controls.
 After cleaning, wipe the surfaces dry
using a soft cloth.
Do not use:
– cleaning agents containing soda,
acids, chlorides or solvents,
– abrasive cleaning agents, e.g. pow‐
der cleaners or cream cleaners and
abrasive sponges, as well as pot
scourers or sponges which have
been used previously with abrasive
cleaning agents. These will damage
the surface material.
Important for appliances with stain‐
less steel surfaces
(This information does not apply to the
controls).
 Stainless steel surfaces can be
cleaned with a proprietary non-abra‐
sive cleaning agent designed specifi‐
cally for use on stainless steel.
 To help prevent re-soiling, a propriet‐
ary conditioning agent for stainless
steel (available from Miele) can also
be used. Follow the manufacturer’s
instructions on the packaging.
Important for the controls
Do not leave soiling on the controls
for any length of time.
Otherwise they may suffer discolou‐
ration or damage.
Remove soiling straight away.
 Please observe the general notes on
cleaning earlier in this section.
Do not use stainless steel cleaning
agents on the controls.
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Cleaning and care
Grease filters
Cleaning interval
The re-usable metal grease filters in the
appliance remove solid particles
(grease, dust, etc.) from the kitchen va‐
pours, preventing soiling of the cooker
hood.
The grease filters should be cleaned
regularly (at least every 3 - 4 weeks) to
avoid a build-up of grease.
 An oversaturated filter is a fire
hazard.
Clean them immediately if the Grease
filter operating hours symbol  lights
up.
 You can set the operating hours
counter for the grease filters to suit
the type of cooking you do (see "Op‐
eration").
Removing a grease filter
The grease filter can fall out when
you are handling it.
This can result in damage to the filter
and the hob below.
Make sure you hold the filter secure‐
ly at all times when handling it.
 Remove the grease filters from the
slots on the front of the housing
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Cleaning and care
Cleaning the grease filters by hand
 Clean the filters with a soft nylon
brush in a mild solution of hot water
and a small amount of washing-up
liquid. Do not use "neat" washing up
liquid.
Unsuitable cleaning agents
Unsuitable cleaning agents can cause
damage to the surface of the filters if
used regularly.
Do not use:
– cleaning agents containing descaling
agents
– powder cleaners, cream cleaners
– aggressive multi-purpose cleaning
agents or spray cleaners for grease
– oven sprays
Cleaning the grease filters in the
dishwasher
 Place the filters as upright as possi‐
ble in the lower basket, with the short
sides upright, ensuring the spray arm
is not obstructed.
 Use a proprietary household dish‐
washer detergent.
 Select a dishwasher programme with
a wash temperature between 50°C
and 65°C.
Depending on the cleaning agent
used, cleaning the filters in a dish‐
washer can cause permanent disco‐
louration to the surface. However, this
will not affect the functioning of the fil‐
ters in any way.
After cleaning
 After cleaning, leave the filters to dry
on an absorbent surface before re‐
placing them.
 When removing the filters for clean‐
ing, also clean off any residues of oil
or fat from the now accessible hous‐
ing to prevent the risk of these catch‐
ing fire.
 Push the grease filters back in.
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Cleaning and care
Resetting the grease filter operating
hours counter
After cleaning, the operating hours
counter needs to be re-set.
Fitting/replacing charcoal filters
The slots for the charcoal filters are lo‐
cated above above the grease filters.
 Whilst the fan is switched on, press
the operating hours control  for
approx. 3 seconds, until only the 1 is
flashing.
The grease filter symbol  goes out.
If you want to clean the grease filter(s)
before the operating hours counter has
reached its maximum,
 Press the operating hours control
 for approx. 6 seconds, until only
the 1 is flashing.
 Remove the cover. It is held in place
by magnets.
 Take the charcoal filters out of their
packaging.
Charcoal filters
With recirculation mode, two charcoal
filters must be fitted in addition to the
grease filters. These are designed to
absorb cooking odours.
Charcoal filters can be obtained from
your Miele dealer or via the internet at
www.miele-shop.com. See end of this
booklet for contact details, and "Tech‐
nical data" for type and reference num‐
ber.
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 Insert the charcoal filters in the slots.
 Replace the cover.
 When fitting for the first time, activate
the operating hours counter (see
"Operation").
Cleaning and care
When to change the charcoal filters
 Always replace the charcoal filters
when they no longer absorb kitchen
odours effectively.
They should, however be replaced at
least every 6 months.
The charcoal filter operating hours sym‐
bol  will light up to remind you to
change the charcoal filters.
 The charcoal filter operating hours
counter needs to be activated before
using for the first time (see "Opera‐
tion").
Resetting the charcoal filter operat‐
ing hours counter
After changing the charcoal filters, the
operating hours counter needs to be reset.
 To do this, with the fan switched on,
press the operating hours control
 once, then press it again and
hold it for approx. 3 seconds until on‐
ly the 1 is flashing. The Charcoal filter
symbol  will go out.
If you want to replace the charcoal fil‐
ters before the operating hours counter
has reached its maximum:
 Press the operating hours control
 twice and hold it for approx. 6
seconds until only the 1 is flashing.
Disposing of the charcoal filters
 Used charcoal filters can be disposed
of with the normal household waste.
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Installation
Appliance dimensions
30
32
Installation
a Extraction, recirculation with conver‐
sion kit DUU 150.
b The wall unit carcase needs to be 38
mm shorter than the wall unit door.
c Installation is also possible in a 600
mm wide unit. In this case the unit
door must open upwards to allow
access to the grease filters. This al‐
so applies for adjacent units.
d The ducting can also be connected
at the back.
e After installation the wall unit can be
fitted with an interim panel. If this is
done make sure that the slots for the
grease filters and, for recirculation
mode, the charcoal filters remain
easily accessible.
f Alternatively the wall unit can be fit‐
ted with side sections.
g If the hood is installed in a wall unit
with a base, openings must be pro‐
vided to enable adjustment of the
retaining force of the deflector plate.
For example:
– The wall unit has side sections, as
shown.
– The cooker hood is installed in a
600 mm wide unit with units at ei‐
ther side.
The height of the wall unit and cut-out
dimensions must take account of any
accessories fitted, e.g. silencer, DSM
module.
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Installation
Safety distance between hob and cooker hood (S)
When planning the installation height of your cooker hood, the minimum safety
distance between the top of a cooker or hob and the bottom of the cooker
hood is as follows, unless a greater distance is specified by the manufacturer of
your cooking appliance.
See "Warning and Safety" instructions for further information.
Cooking appliance
Minimum distance S
Electric hob
450 mm
Electric grill, deep fat fryer (electric)
650 mm
Multi-burner gas hob,
total output ≤ 12.6 kW, no burner > 4.5 kW
650 mm
Multi-burner gas hob,
total output > 12.6 kW and ≤ 21.6 kW,
no burner > 4.8 kW.
760 mm
Multi-burner gas hob,
total output > 21.6 kW,
or multi-burner gas hob where one burner > 4.8 kW.
Not possible
Single burner gas hob, output ≤ 6 kW.
650 mm
Single burner gas hob, output > 6 kW and ≤ 8.1 kW.
760 mm
Single burner gas hob, output > 8.1 kW
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Not possible
Installation
Installation recommendations
– To achieve optimum vapour extrac‐
tion, the cooker hood must cover the
hob. It should be positioned centrally
over the hob, not to the side of it.
– The hob should be no wider than the
cooker hood, and if possible, it
should be narrower.
Before installation
 Before installation, it is important
to read the information given on the
following pages as well as the
"Warning and Safety instructions" at
the beginning of this booklet.
– The installation area must be easily
accessible. The cooker hood should
be easily accessible and easy to dis‐
mantle in the event that service is re‐
quired. This should be taken into
consideration when planning the po‐
sition of cupboards, shelves, ceilings
or features in the vicinity of the cook‐
er hood.
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Installation
Assembly parts
36
Installation
a 1 collar for exhaust ducting  150
mm.
b 1 reducing collar for exhaust duct‐
ing  125 mm.
c 1 non-return flap for fitting into the
exhaust socket on the motor unit
(not needed for recirculation mode)
d 2 covers for the brackets.
4 screws M4 x 16 mm for securing the
cooker hood to the brackets and for
securing the spacer strip.
4 screws M4 x 8 mm for securing the
spacer strip.
e 2 brackets to support the appliance
in the wall unit.
f 1 cover for the charcoal filter slots.
g 1 spacer strip to conceal the gap
between the rear of the appliance
and the wall.
h Conversion kit for recirculation
mode (the conversion kit is not sup‐
plied, but is available as an optional
accessory - see "Technical data").
The kit contains an exhaust grille
and flexible aluminium hose with
hose clips.
2 screws 4 x 40 mm,
2 plugs 6 x 36 mm for securing the
cooker hood to the wall (only when fit‐
ting into a 900 mm wide wall unit).
4 screws 4 x 25 mm for securing a
900 mm wide cooker hood.
4 adhesive covers to conceal the fix‐
ing holes which are not required.
12 screws 4 x 15 mm for securing the
cooker hood into the wall unit.
1 x T 20 angled key
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Installation
38
Installation
Repositioning the ducting
The motor unit can be rotated to allow
the ducting to be fitted at the back of
the cooker hood. This may be necessa‐
ry if the cooker hood is being fitted in a
reduced height wall unit, for example.
Repositioning is carried out before in‐
stalling the cooker hood.
The cooker hood must be discon‐
nected from the mains.
 Undo the fixing screws on the front
panel of the cooker hood housing
and remove the panel.
 Undo the screws from the cover on
the back of the cooker hood housing
and remove the cover.
 Unscrew the fixing screws on the
motor unit.
 Turn the motor unit towards the rear
and position the exhaust socket in
the cut-out in the back panel of the
cooker hood housing. Ensure when
turning the motor unit that the con‐
nection cable does not become de‐
tached.
 Secure the motor unit in its new posi‐
tion.
 Now secure the cover taken from the
back panel to the top of the housing.
 Refit the front panel and secure it us‐
ing the screws.
EXT models
On appliances with an external motor
(EXT models), the exhaust socket (not
the motor unit) needs to be reposi‐
tioned.
 Unscrew the fixing screws and pull
the top and bottom sections of the
socket apart.
 Position the top section of the socket
over the cut-out in the back panel of
the cooker hood housing and attach
the bottom section to it from inside.
Secure the exhaust socket with the
fixing screws.
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Installation
 Pull the grease filters out of the slots
in the front of the cooker hood hous‐
ing.
The spacer strip needs to be attached
to the back of the cooker hood housing
before the cooker hood is installed in
the wall unit. The spacer strip can be
attached to the upper  or lower edge
 of the deflector plate.
 Calculate the measurement T for the
spacer strip
 Cut the spacer strip to measurement
T. Score along the groove for the
smaller measurement as shown, and
remove the surplus.
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 Screw the spacer strip to the back of
the cooker hood at the required posi‐
tion. Use the screws supplied. To at‐
tach the spacer strip to the lower
edge  use the screws previously re‐
moved from the housing unit.
Installation
 Screw the brackets onto the right and
left inside walls of the housing unit so
that they are flush with the bottom
edges of the unit. The brackets are
designed for 16 and 19 mm thick unit
sides. Orientate the bracket so that
the vertical depth matches the thick‐
ness of the unit side, as shown.
 Fit the screws for attaching the cook‐
er hood so that they protrude by
about 5 mm, as shown. Only use the
front screws when fitting a 900 mm
wide cooker hood in a 600 mm wide
wall unit.
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Installation
 Tighten the four fixing screws from
below.
 Fit the cooker hood into the wall unit
from below. Guide it back over the
safety notch until it is correctly hung
in the wall unit.
 Pull the deflector plate downwards
slightly and then towards you.
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 When fitting a 900 mm wide cooker
hood in a 600 mm wide wall unit, in‐
sert the two rear screws at this stage.
If the wall unit has side sections, you
will also need to secure it to the base
on either side.
 Push the deflector plate back in.
Installation
When fitting a 900 mm wide cooker
hood into a 900 mm wide housing unit
without side base supports, the retain‐
ing brackets supplied are used to align
the cooker hood and provide additional
support. The retaining brackets are se‐
cured to the back panel of the wall unit.
If the wall unit does not have a solid
back panel, the cooker hood can be se‐
cured directly to the wall using the
screws and plugs supplied.
An angled key is supplied in case the
screws are difficult to access.
 Realign the cooker hood and tighten
up the screws on the casing.
 Alternatively, the retaining brackets
can be secured to the top of the
housing unit. To do this, secure the
retaining brackets to the front fixing
points on the casing.
 Use the adhesive covers supplied to
conceal the fixing holes on the de‐
flector plate which are not used.
 Loosen the retaining bracket screws
and push the brackets back against
the rear wall.
 Align the cooker hood and mark the
position of the fixing holes in the wall
unit.
 Now secure the brackets to the wall
unit.
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Installation
When retracted, the deflector plate is
held in place by magnets.
The retaining force of the magnets can
be adjusted. The magnets should be
adjusted so that the deflector plate is
held in place securely on the left and
right hand side and can be lowered
slightly. An angled key is supplied for
adjusting the magnets.
 Adjust both sides equally. Turn in
stages by a half turn each time and
check the adjustment by lowering
and raising the deflector plate.
– Turning the adjusting screws clock‐
wise increases the magnetic retaining
force.
– Turning the adjusting screws anticlockwise reduces the magnetic re‐
taining force.
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 The covers for the brackets are de‐
signed for 16 mm and 19 mm thick
unit sides. Turn the covers so that
they are in the appropriate position
and fit them onto the brackets.
Installation
 Secure the spacer strip to the bottom
of the wall unit as well.
 Take the grease filters out and re‐
move any protective foil. Replace the
grease filters.
Exhaust socket
 Insert the non-return flap, if required.
Make sure that it opens easily and
closes again by itself.
 Insert the cover for the charcoal filter
slots as shown and close it. It is held
in place by magnets.
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Installation
recirculation. A conversion kit, available
through your dealer of from Miele is re‐
quired for operating the cooker hood in
recirculation mode. You will also need
two charcoal filters (see "Technical da‐
ta").
dai2699
 Attach the exhaust ducting, e.g. flexi‐
ble hose, to the exhaust socket using
a hose clip (available as an optional
accessory). When using  125 mm
ducting, fit the reducing collar sup‐
plied into the exhaust socket (see
"Connection for air extraction").
 Attach the exhaust ducting to the ex‐
haust socket on the cooker hood.
 See "Connection for air extraction"
for further instructions on fitting the
ducting.
Setting up for recirculation
mode
If site conditions are not suitable for the
cooker hood to be used with air extrac‐
tion, the appliance must be set up for
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Conversion kit DUU 150 with a plastic
grille is suitable for fitting in a non-visi‐
ble area at the top of the wall unit.
Conversion kit DUU 151 with a stain‐
less steel grille is recommended if the
grille is to be fitted in an area which is
visible.
 Fit the conversion kit as described in
the installation instructions supplied
with the kit. Make sure that the slats
in the exhaust grille point towards the
centre of the room and not towards a
Installation
wall or the ceiling.
A non-return flap is not used in recir‐
culation mode.
 Fit the charcoal filters (see "Cleaning
and care").
Electrical connection
Refer to the notes in “Electrical con‐
nection” and “Warning and Safety in‐
structions” before connecting to the
electricity supply.
 For appliances connected to an ex‐
ternal motor (EXT models):
Connect the cooker hood and the ex‐
ternal motor using the connection ca‐
ble and the six-pole plug connector.
 Connect the cooker hood to the elec‐
tricity supply.
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Electrical connection
All electrical work should be under‐
taken by a suitably qualified and
competent person in strict accord‐
ance with current national and local
safety regulations (BS 7671 in the
UK).
Installation, repairs and other work
by unqualified persons could be
dangerous, for which the manufac‐
turer cannot be held liable.
Ensure power is not supplied to the
appliance until after installation or re‐
pair work has been carried out.
Do not connect the appliance to the
mains electricity supply by an exten‐
sion lead. These do not guarantee
the required safety of the appliance.
If the switch is not accessible after in‐
stallation (depending on country), an
additional means of disconnection must
be provided for all poles.
For extra safety it is advisable to protect
the appliance with a suitable residual
current device (RCD). Contact a quali‐
fied electrician for advice.
The connection data is given on the
data plate. This is visible when the
grease filters have been removed. En‐
sure that this data matches the house‐
hold mains supply.
Brown ................................................live
Connection of this appliance should be
made via a suitable isolator or a double
pole fused spur connection unit which
complies with national and local safety
regulations and the On-Off switch
should be easily accessible after the
appliance has been built in. When
switched off there must be an all-pole
contact gap of 3 mm in the switch (in‐
cluding switch, fuses and relays ac‐
cording to EN 60335).
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Important
This appliance is supplied for connec‐
tion to an a.c. 230 V single phase 50 Hz
supply. The wires in the mains lead are
coloured in accordance with the follow‐
ing code:
Green/yellow ..................................earth
Blue..............................................neutral
WARNING:
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTH‐
ED
Connection for air extraction
 If this cooker hood is used at the
same time as a heating appliance
that relies on oxygen from the same
room there is a risk in certain circum‐
stances of toxic fumes building up.
It is essential that the "Warning and
Safety" instructions are observed.
The cooker hood should be installed
according to local and national build‐
ing regulations. Seek approval from
the building inspector where neces‐
sary.
Remember that any constriction of
the air flow will reduce extraction
performance and increase operating
noise.
 If the exhaust is ducted through an
outside wall, a telescopic wall vent or
a roof vent (available as an optional
accessory) is recommended.
 Use smooth or flexible ducting made
from approved non-flammable mate‐
rials for exhaust ducting.
 When using an external motor, make
sure that the exhaust ducting is suffi‐
ciently rigid. The external motor can
cause an underpressure which can
result in the exhaust ducting distort‐
ing.
 To achieve the most efficient air ex‐
traction with the lowest noise levels,
please note the following:
– To ensure efficient air extraction, the
diameter of the exhaust ducting
should not be less than 150 mm.
– If flat ducting is being used, the cross
section must not be smaller than the
cross sectional area of the exhaust
socket.
 If the exhaust air is to be ducted into
a flue, the ducting must be directed
in the flow direction of the flue.
 When ducting is horizontal it must be
laid to slope away at at least 1 cm
per metre. This is to ensure that con‐
densate cannot drain back into the
appliance.
 If the exhaust ducting is to run
through rooms, ceiling space etc.
where there may be great variations
in temperature between the different
areas, the problem of condensation
will need to be addressed. The ex‐
haust ducting will need to be suitably
insulated.
– The exhaust ducting should be as
short and straight as possible.
– Only use wide radius bends.
– The exhaust ducting must not be
kinked or compressed.
– Ensure that all connections are
strong and airtight.
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Connection for air extraction
Condensate trap
In addition to insulating the exhaust
ducting, we recommend that a suitable
condensate trap is also installed to col‐
lect and evaporate any condensate
which may occur.
Condensate traps for 125 mm or 150
mm ducting are available as optional
accessories.
 When installing a condensate trap,
ensure that it is positioned vertically
and as closely as possible above the
exhaust socket.
The arrow on the housing indicates
the direction of air-flow.
A condensate trap is integrated in
cooker hoods which are designed for
connection to an external motor (mod‐
el......EXT).
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Silencer
To achieve even further reductions in
noise levels, a special silencer (optional
accessory) can be fitted in the ducting
system.
Extraction mode
The silencer not only reduces noise
from the motor outside the house, but
also sounds from outside (e.g. traffic
noise). For this reason the silencer must
be positioned as close as possible to
the ducting exit .
Connection for air extraction
Recirculation mode
The silencer needs to be positioned be‐
tween the exhaust socket and the ex‐
haust grille . Ensure there is adequate
space for fitting it.
Extraction mode with external motor
To minimise noise from the motor in the
kitchen, the silencer should be posi‐
tioned in front of the external motor  if
possible, or, if the ducting is long,
above the exhaust socket on the cook‐
er hood . In the case of an external
motor located inside the house, fitting a
silencer behind the external motor 
reduces the noise of the motor outside
the house.
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Activating Con@ctivity 2.0
Installing the Con@ctivity 2.0
Stick
In order to use the Con@ctivity 2.0
function, the hob must first be fitted
with the Con@ctivity 2.0 Stick.
 Please read the separate installation
instructions supplied with the
Con@ctivity 2.0 Stick.
Activating the cooker hood
 The hob and cooker hood must be
switched off.
 Press the run-on option button 515
for approx. 10 seconds until the indi‐
cator for power level 1 lights up.
 Then press in turn,
– the "" button,
Activating Con@ctivity 2.0
– then the "" button,
Wireless connection must be activated
between the hob and the cooker hood
before the Con@ctivity 2.0 function can
be used.
– then the lighting button .
Both appliances must be installed and
operational.
Wireless connection must be activated
on the cooker hood and the hob at the
same time. Activation on the cooker
hood is described below.
Activation on the hob is described in
the relevant Operating and installation
instructions. Please refer to the Operat‐
ing instructions before starting.
Activate the cooker hood first, then the
hob.
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The cooker hood is now in signing
on/off mode.
If a wireless connection has not yet
been established 2 and 3 will flash at
the same time.
If a wireless connection has already
been established, 2 and 3 will light up
constantly (Con@ctivity 2.0 is already
activated or a remote control is signed
on).
 To activate Con@ctivity 2.0, press the
"" button.
The search for a signal will start.
 Meanwhile, start activating the hob.
Activating Con@ctivity 2.0
Activating the hob
Activation failed
 While the cooker hood is searching
for a signal, start activating the hob.
More information about this can be
found in the Operating instructions
for the hob.
 If connection cannot be established
despite activating the Con@ctivity
function on the cooker hood and
hob, the function must be deactiva‐
ted on both appliances and then the
procedure repeated.
 When the hob registers that connec‐
tion has been established, confirm
activation on the cooker hood with
the run-on option control 515. All
indicators will go out.
 Confirm activation on the hob.
Con@ctivity 2.0 is now ready to use.
If you do not confirm within 4 minutes,
activation will not take place.
You only need to carry out the activa‐
tion procedure once. If the appliances
are disconnected from the electricity
supply, during a power cut for exam‐
ple, they will still remain activated.
Deactivating Con@ctivity 2.0
 Deactivation on the cooker hood is
carried out in the same way as acti‐
vation, by selecting "" instead of
"".
 To deactivate the hob, please refer to
the Operating instructions supplied
with it.
Please bear in mind that disabling the
signal will also disable any remote
control function and this will have to
be activated again.
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After Sales / Guarantee
In the event of a fault which you cannot
remedy yourself, please contact your
Miele dealer or the Miele Service De‐
partment.
Contact details for Miele are given at
the back of this manual. N.B. A call-out
charge will be applied to service visits
where the problem could have been re‐
solved as described in these instruc‐
tions.
When contacting your dealer or Miele,
please quote the model and serial num‐
ber of your appliance.
These are shown on the data plate.
Position of the data plate
The data plate is located on the casing
of the cooker hood and is visible when
the cover for the charcoal filter slots is
removed.
Guarantee: U.K.
In the U.K., the appliance is guaranteed
for 2 years from the date of purchase.
However, you must activate your cover
by calling 0330 160 6640 or registering
online at www.miele.co.uk.
Guarantee: Other countries
For information on the appliance guar‐
antee specific to your country please
contact Miele. See end of this booklet
for contact details.
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Technical data
Fan motor*
90 W
Hob lighting
DA 3566
2 x 4.5 W
DA 3596
3 x 4.5 W
Total connected load*
DA 3566
99 W
DA 3596
103.5 W
Voltage, frequency
Fuse rating
Mains connection cable length
AC 230 V, 50 Hz
5A
1.5 m
Weight
DA 3566
15 kg
DA 3596
18 kg
DA 3566 EXT
13 kg
DA 3596 EXT
16 kg
* For EXT models, the connected load will depend on the type of external motor fitted.
Length of connection cable to external motor: 1.9 m
Special accessories for recirculation mode:
Conversion kit DUU 150 or DUU 151 and Miele charcoal filter set DKF 19-1. Contains two
charcoal filters.
Conformity declaration
Miele hereby declares that the cooker hoods listed at the end of this booklet com‐
ply with the basic requirements and other relevant regulations of Guideline
1999/5/EC.
A copy of the full Declaration of Conformity can be obtained from the address at
the end of this booklet.
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Technical data
Data sheet for domestic cooker hoods
In acc. with delegated regulation (EU) No. 65/2014 and regulation (EU) No.
66/2014
MIELE
Model name / identifier
DA 3566
Annual Energy Consumption (AEChood)
31,5 kWh/year
Energy efficiency class
A+ (most efficient) to F (least efficient)
A+
Energy efficiency index (EEIhood)
41,5
Fluid Dynamic Efficiency (FDEhood)
36,8
Fluid Dynamic Efficiency class
A (most efficient) to G (least efficient)
A
Lighting Efficiency (LEhood)
46,7 lx/W
Lighting Efficiency class
A (most efficient) to G (least efficient)
A
Grease Filtering Efficiency
82,8 %
Grease Filtering Efficiency class
A (most efficient) to G (least efficient)
C
Airflow at best efficiency point
333,0 m3/h
Air flow (min. speed)
220 m3/h
Air flow (max. speed)
400 m3/h
Air flow (intensive or boost setting)
640 m3/h
Max. air flow (Qmax)
640 m3/h
Air pressure at best efficiency point
402 Pa
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions (min. speed)
39 dB
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions (max. speed)
51 dB
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions (intensive or
boost setting)
63 dB
Electrical power input at best efficiency point
101,0 W
Power consumption in off mode (Po)
W
Power consumption in standby mode (Ps)
0,15 W
Nominal power of lighting system
9,0 W
Average illumination of the lighting system on the cooking surface
420 Ix
Time increase factor
0,7
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Technical data
Data sheet for domestic cooker hoods
In acc. with delegated regulation (EU) No. 65/2014 and regulation (EU) No.
66/2014
MIELE
Model name / identifier
DA 3566 EXT
Annual Energy Consumption (AEChood)
6,6 kWh/year
Energy efficiency class
A+ (most efficient) to F (least efficient)
A+
Energy efficiency index (EEIhood)
32,4
Fluid Dynamic Efficiency (FDEhood)
Fluid Dynamic Efficiency class
A (most efficient) to G (least efficient)
-
Lighting Efficiency (LEhood)
46,7 lx/W
Lighting Efficiency class
A (most efficient) to G (least efficient)
A
Grease Filtering Efficiency
%
Grease Filtering Efficiency class
A (most efficient) to G (least efficient)
-
Airflow at best efficiency point
m3/h
Air flow (min. speed)
m3/h
Air flow (max. speed)
m3/h
Air flow (intensive or boost setting)
m3/h
Max. air flow (Qmax)
m3/h
Air pressure at best efficiency point
Pa
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions (min. speed)
dB
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions (max. speed)
0 dB
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions (intensive or
boost setting)
dB
Electrical power input at best efficiency point
W
Power consumption in off mode (Po)
W
Power consumption in standby mode (Ps)
0,15 W
Nominal power of lighting system
9,0 W
Average illumination of the lighting system on the cooking surface
420 Ix
Time increase factor
57
Technical data
Data sheet for domestic cooker hoods
In acc. with delegated regulation (EU) No. 65/2014 and regulation (EU) No.
66/2014
MIELE
Model name / identifier
DA 3596
Annual Energy Consumption (AEChood)
34,7 kWh/year
Energy efficiency class
A+ (most efficient) to F (least efficient)
A+
Energy efficiency index (EEIhood)
44,4
Fluid Dynamic Efficiency (FDEhood)
36,8
Fluid Dynamic Efficiency class
A (most efficient) to G (least efficient)
A
Lighting Efficiency (LEhood)
40,0 lx/W
Lighting Efficiency class
A (most efficient) to G (least efficient)
A
Grease Filtering Efficiency
82,8 %
Grease Filtering Efficiency class
A (most efficient) to G (least efficient)
C
Airflow at best efficiency point
333,0 m3/h
Air flow (min. speed)
220 m3/h
Air flow (max. speed)
400 m3/h
Air flow (intensive or boost setting)
640 m3/h
Max. air flow (Qmax)
640 m3/h
Air pressure at best efficiency point
402 Pa
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions (min. speed)
39 dB
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions (max. speed)
51 dB
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions (intensive or
boost setting)
63 dB
Electrical power input at best efficiency point
101,0 W
Power consumption in off mode (Po)
W
Power consumption in standby mode (Ps)
0,15 W
Nominal power of lighting system
13,5 W
Average illumination of the lighting system on the cooking surface
540 Ix
Time increase factor
0,7
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Technical data
Data sheet for domestic cooker hoods
In acc. with delegated regulation (EU) No. 65/2014 and regulation (EU) No.
66/2014
MIELE
Model name / identifier
DA 3596 EXT
Annual Energy Consumption (AEChood)
9,9 kWh/year
Energy efficiency class
A+ (most efficient) to F (least efficient)
A+
Energy efficiency index (EEIhood)
43,4
Fluid Dynamic Efficiency (FDEhood)
Fluid Dynamic Efficiency class
A (most efficient) to G (least efficient)
-
Lighting Efficiency (LEhood)
40,0 lx/W
Lighting Efficiency class
A (most efficient) to G (least efficient)
A
Grease Filtering Efficiency
%
Grease Filtering Efficiency class
A (most efficient) to G (least efficient)
-
Airflow at best efficiency point
m3/h
Air flow (min. speed)
m3/h
Air flow (max. speed)
m3/h
Air flow (intensive or boost setting)
m3/h
Max. air flow (Qmax)
m3/h
Air pressure at best efficiency point
Pa
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions (min. speed)
dB
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions (max. speed)
0 dB
Airborne acoustical A-weighted sound power emissions (intensive or
boost setting)
dB
Electrical power input at best efficiency point
W
Power consumption in off mode (Po)
W
Power consumption in standby mode (Ps)
0,15 W
Nominal power of lighting system
13,5 W
Average illumination of the lighting system on the cooking surface
540 Ix
Time increase factor
59
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