Operating and installation instructions Oven

Operating and installation instructions
Oven
To prevent 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-AU, NZ
M.-Nr. 10 697 520
Contents
Warning and Safety instructions.......................................................................... 5
Caring for the environment ................................................................................ 15
Oven overview ..................................................................................................... 16
Oven controls....................................................................................................... 17
Function selector .................................................................................................. 18
Temperature selector ............................................................................................ 18
Temperature indicator light  ........................................................................... 18
Clock/Timer ........................................................................................................... 19
Display.............................................................................................................. 19
Sensors controls .............................................................................................. 19
Features................................................................................................................ 20
Model numbers .................................................................................................... 20
Data plate ............................................................................................................. 20
Items supplied with delivery .................................................................................. 20
Standard and optional accessories....................................................................... 20
Shelf runners .................................................................................................... 21
Baking tray, universal tray and rack with non-tip safety notches..................... 21
FlexiClip telescopic runners HFC 70 ................................................................ 22
Oven controls ....................................................................................................... 26
Oven safety features ............................................................................................. 26
System lock  for the oven ............................................................................. 26
Cooling fan ....................................................................................................... 26
Vented oven door ............................................................................................. 26
PerfectClean treated surfaces .............................................................................. 27
Catalytic enamelled surfaces ............................................................................... 27
Before using for the first time ............................................................................ 28
Before using for the first time ................................................................................ 28
Heating up the oven for the first time.................................................................... 29
Overview of functions ......................................................................................... 30
Tips on saving energy ......................................................................................... 32
Operation.............................................................................................................. 34
Basic operation ..................................................................................................... 34
Cooling fan ............................................................................................................ 34
Pre-heating the oven ............................................................................................. 35
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Contents
Clock/Timer ......................................................................................................... 36
Display................................................................................................................... 36
Symbols in the display ..................................................................................... 36
Sensors ................................................................................................................. 36
How to set the time or a duration.......................................................................... 37
Displaying times/durations ............................................................................... 37
When the time/duration has elapsed ............................................................... 37
Using the minute minder ................................................................................... 38
Setting the minute minder ................................................................................ 38
Changing the time set for the minute minder................................................... 39
Cancelling the time set for the minute minder ................................................. 39
Switching cooking programmes on and off automatically .................................... 40
Setting a cooking duration ............................................................................... 40
At the end of the cooking duration:.................................................................. 41
Setting a cooking duration and finish time....................................................... 42
Changing the cooking duration ........................................................................ 43
Deleting a cooking duration ............................................................................. 44
Deleting a finish time ........................................................................................ 44
Changing the time of day ...................................................................................... 45
Changing settings ................................................................................................. 46
Baking................................................................................................................... 48
Notes on using the baking charts ......................................................................... 49
Baking charts ........................................................................................................ 50
Creamed mixture.............................................................................................. 50
Rubbed in mixture ............................................................................................ 52
Yeast mixtures and quark dough...................................................................... 54
Whisked mixture............................................................................................... 56
Choux pastry, puff pastry and meringue ......................................................... 57
Roasting ............................................................................................................... 58
Notes on using the roasting charts ....................................................................... 59
Roasting charts ..................................................................................................... 60
Beef, veal.......................................................................................................... 60
Pork .................................................................................................................. 61
Lamb, game ..................................................................................................... 62
Poultry, fish....................................................................................................... 63
Low temperature cooking .................................................................................. 64
Grilling .................................................................................................................. 66
Notes on the grilling chart ..................................................................................... 68
Fan Grill ........................................................................................................... 69
Grill  ................................................................................................................. 71
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Contents
Further applications ............................................................................................ 72
Defrost................................................................................................................... 72
Gentle Bake........................................................................................................... 73
Frozen food/Ready meals...................................................................................... 74
Drying food............................................................................................................ 75
Bottling .................................................................................................................. 76
Heating crockery ................................................................................................... 77
Cleaning and care ............................................................................................... 78
Unsuitable cleaning agents ................................................................................... 78
Useful tips ............................................................................................................. 79
Normal soiling........................................................................................................ 79
Stubborn soiling (excluding the FlexiClip telescopic runners)............................... 80
Stubborn soiling on the FlexiClip telescopic runners............................................ 80
Cleaning catalytic enamelled panels ..................................................................... 81
Removing soiling caused by spices, sugar and similar deposits..................... 81
Removing oil and grease soiling from the catalytic enamelled panel .............. 81
Removing the door................................................................................................ 82
Dismantling the door ........................................................................................ 83
Fitting the door ...................................................................................................... 86
Removing the shelf runners with FlexiClip telescopic runners.............................. 87
Removing the back panel...................................................................................... 88
Lowering the top heat/grill element....................................................................... 88
Problem solving guide ........................................................................................ 89
After sales service and warranty ....................................................................... 92
Electrical connection .......................................................................................... 93
Building-in diagrams ........................................................................................... 94
Appliance dimensions and unit cut-out ................................................................ 94
Installation in a base unit.................................................................................. 94
Installation in a tall unit..................................................................................... 95
Front dimensions ................................................................................................... 96
Installing the oven ............................................................................................... 97
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Warning and Safety instructions
This appliance conforms to current safety requirements.
Inappropriate 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 using it for the first
time. They contain important notes on installation, safety, use and
maintenance. Miele cannot be held liable for non-compliance with
these instructions. Keep these instructions in a safe place and
ensure that new users are familiar with the contents. Pass them on
to any future owner.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Correct application
 This oven is designed for domestic use and for use in similar
environments by guests in hotel or motel rooms, bed & breakfasts
and other typical living quarters. This does not include common/
shared facilities or commercial facilities within hotels, motels or bed
& breakfasts.
 The oven is not suitable for outdoor use.
 The oven is intended only to cook, bake, roast, grill, defrost,
bottle, dry fruit etc.
Any other usage is at the owner's risk.
 This oven is not intended for use by persons (including children)
with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of
experience and knowledge, unless they are supervised whilst using it
or have been given instruction concerning its use by a person
responsible for their safety.
They must be able to recognise the dangers of misuse.
 This oven is supplied with a special lamp to cope with particular
conditions (e.g. temperature, moisture, chemical resistance, abrasion
resistance and vibration). This special lamp must only be used for
the purpose for which it is intended. It is not suitable for room
lighting.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Safety with children
 Young children must not be allowed to use this appliance.
 Older children may only use the appliance when its operation has
been clearly explained to them and they are able to use it safely,
recognising the dangers of misuse.
 Cleaning work may only be carried out by older children under the
supervision of an adult.
 Children should be supervised near the appliance. Ensure that
they do not play with the appliance.
 Danger of suffocation! Children may be able to wrap themselves in
packing material or pull it over their head with the risk of suffocation.
Keep children away from any packing material.
 Danger of burning! Children's skin is far more sensitive to high
temperatures than that of adults. Great care should be taken to
ensure that children do not touch the appliance when it is being
used. External parts of the oven such as the door glass, control
panel and the vents become quite hot.
 Danger of injury! The maximum load capacity for the door is
15 kg. Children can hurt themselves on an open door.
Ensure that children do not sit on or swing on the door.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Technical safety
 Repairs and other work by unqualified persons could be
dangerous. Installation, maintenance work and repairs to electrical
appliances must only be carried out by a Miele approved service
technician.
 A damaged appliance is dangerous. Check it for any visible
damage. Never install or attempt to use a damaged appliance.
 Reliable and safe operation of this oven can only be assured if it
has been connected to the mains electricity supply.
 The electrical safety of this appliance can only be guaranteed
when continuity is complete between it and an effective earthing
system. It is most important that this basic safety requirement is
present and tested regularly and, where there is any doubt, the
household wiring system should be inspected by a qualified
electrician.
 Before connecting the appliance to the mains supply, make sure
that the rating on the data plate (voltage and frequency) corresponds
to that of the household supply.
This data must correspond in order to avoid risk of damage to the
appliance. Consult a qualified electrician if in any doubt.
 Do not connect the appliance to the mains electricity supply by a
multi-socket unit or an extension lead. These do not guarantee the
required safety of the appliance (e.g. danger of overheating).
 For safety reasons, this appliance may only be used when it has
been built in.
 This oven must not be installed and operated in mobile
installations (e.g. on a ship).
 Tampering with electrical connections or components and
mechanical parts is highly dangerous to the user and can cause
operational faults.
Do not open the outer casing of the appliance.
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Warning and Safety instructions
 The manufacturer's warranty will be invalidated if the appliance is
not repaired by a Miele approved service technician.
 Faulty components must only be replaced by genuine Miele spare
parts. The manufacturer can only guarantee the safety of the
appliance when Miele replacement parts are used.
 If the oven is delivered without a mains connection cable, or if the
mains connection cable is damaged, it must only be replaced by a
Miele approved service technician with a specialist connection cable
of type H 05 VV-F, available from Miele, (see "Electrical connection")
in order to avoid a hazard.
 During installation, maintenance and repair work, the appliance
must be disconnected from the mains electricity supply, e.g. if the
oven lighting is faulty (see "Problem solving guide"). It is only
completely isolated from the electricity supply when:
– it is switched off at the mains circuit breaker, or
– it is switched off at the wall socket and the plug is withdrawn from
the socket. Do not pull the mains connection cable but the mains
plug to disconnect your appliance from the mains electricity
supply.
 For the oven to function correctly, it requires a sufficient intake of
cool air. Ensure the intake of cool air to the oven is not impaired (e.g.
due to the installation of insulation material inside the housing unit).
Furthermore, the incoming cool air must not be excessively heated
by other heat sources (e.g. fuel furnaces).
 If the oven is installed behind a furniture door, do not close the
door while the oven is in operation. Heat and moisture would build
up behind a closed furniture door, potentially causing damage to the
oven, the furniture unit and the flooring. Wait until the oven has
cooled down completely before closing the furniture door.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Correct use
 Danger of burning!
The oven becomes hot when in use.
Exercise care when handling food and trays so as not to burn
yourself on heating elements, the walls of the oven, shelf runners,
trays and hot food itself.
Use oven gloves when placing food in the oven, turning or
removing it and when adjusting oven shelves etc. in a hot oven.
 Do not use the oven to heat up the room.
Due to the high temperatures radiated, objects left near the
appliance could catch fire.
 Never leave the appliance unattended when cooking with oil or
fat. They can ignite if overheated.
Do not use water on grease fires. Turn off the oven immediately and
suffocate the flames by keeping the oven door closed.
 Make sure that you keep to the recommended grilling times when
using grilling functions.
Excessively long grilling times can lead to food drying out and
burning or could even cause the food to catch fire.
 Some foods dry out very quickly and can be ignited by high
grilling temperatures.
Do not use grilling functions for crisping rolls or bread or to dry
flowers or herbs. Instead use Fan Plus  or Conventional Heat .
 If using alcohol in your recipes, please be aware that high
temperatures can cause the alcohol to vaporise and even to ignite on
the hot heating elements.
 When residual heat is used to keep food warm, the high level of
humidity and condensation can cause corrosion in the oven. The
control panel, worktop or furniture unit may also be damaged.
Do not switch the oven off completely while food is inside it, but
select the lowest possible temperature for the oven function you are
using. This will ensure the fan will automatically continue to run.
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Warning and Safety instructions
 Food which is stored in the oven or left in it to be kept warm can
dry out and the moisture released can lead to corrosion damage in
the oven.
Always cover food that is left in the oven to keep warm.
 A build-up of heat can cause the enamel on the floor of the oven
to crack or shatter.
Do not line the floor of the oven with anything, e.g. aluminium foil or
oven liners.
If you wish to place dishes on the floor of the oven during cooking,
or place crockery on the floor of the oven to heat it up, you can do
so, but only with the Fan Plus  or Gentle Bake  function.
 The enamelling on the oven floor can become damaged by items
being pushed around on it.
If using the oven to store pots and pans, ensure that you avoid
pushing them around on the oven floor.
 Never pour cold water onto hot surfaces in a hot oven.
The steam created could cause serious burns or scalding and the
sudden change in temperature can damage the enamel in the oven.
 It is important that the heat is allowed to spread evenly throughout
the food being cooked.
This can be achieved by stirring or turning the food.
 Plastic containers, which are not heat-resistant, melt and may
ignite at high temperatures and can damage the oven.
Use only plastic containers that are indicated by the manufacturer as
being suitable for use in ovens.
 Do not use the appliance to heat up or bottle food in sealed jars
and tins.
Pressure will build up inside them and they can explode causing
damage to the appliance, as well as the risk of injury and scalding.
 Do not leave the oven door open unnecessarily as someone may
trip over it or be injured by it.
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Warning and Safety instructions
 The oven door can support a maximum load of 15 kg. Do not lean
or sit on an open oven door, or place heavy items on it. Also make
sure that nothing can get trapped between the door and the oven
cavity. This could damage the oven.
For ovens with a stainless steel front:
 The coated stainless steel surface can be damaged by adhesives
and will lose its protective effect against pollution. Do not adhere
sticky notes, transparent tape, masking tape or other adhesives onto
the stainless steel surface.
 The surface is susceptible to scratching. Even magnets can cause
scratches.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Cleaning and care
 Do not use a steam cleaning appliance to clean this oven.
Pressurised steam could reach the electrical components and cause
a short circuit.
 Scratches on the door glass can result in the glass breaking.
Do not use abrasive cleaners, hard sponges, brushes or sharp metal
tools to clean the door glass.
 The shelf runners can be removed for cleaning (see "Cleaning and
care").
Ensure that they are replaced correctly and do not use the oven
without them fitted.
 The catalytic enamelled back panel can be removed for cleaning
purposes (see "Cleaning and care").
Ensure it is correctly fitted after cleaning and never operate the oven
without the back panel fitted.
 In areas which may be subject to infestation by cockroaches or
other vermin, pay particular attention to keeping the appliance and
its surroundings clean at all times. Any damage caused by
cockroaches or other vermin will not be covered by the warranty.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Accessories
 Use only genuine original Miele spare parts. If spare parts or
accessories from other manufacturers are used, the warranty will be
invalidated, and Miele cannot accept liability.
 If you have a Miele HUB 5000-M/HUB 5001-M/HUB 5000-XL/
HUB 5001-XL (if available) oven dish, do not place it on shelf level 1.
This would damage the floor of the oven. The very small gap
between the bottom of the dish and the oven floor would cause a
build-up of heat and could cause the enamel to crack or chip.
Do not place Miele oven dishes on the top rail of shelf level 1 as they
will not be secured in this position by the non-tip safety notches on
the sides of the dishes.
Instead, use shelf level 2 for these oven dishes.
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Caring for the environment
Disposal of the packing
material
Disposing of your old
appliance
The transport and protective packaging
has been selected from materials which
are environmentally friendly for
disposal, and can normally be recycled.
Electrical and electronic appliances
often contain valuable materials. They
also contain specific materials,
compounds and components, which
were essential for their correct function
and safety. These could be hazardous
to human health and to the environment
if disposed of with your domestic waste
or if handled incorrectly. Please do not,
therefore, dispose of your old appliance
with your household waste.
Recycling the packaging reduces the
use of raw materials in the
manufacturing process and also
reduces the amount of waste in landfill
sites. Ensure that any plastic
wrappings, bags etc. are disposed of
safely and kept out of the reach of
babies and young children. Danger of
suffocation.
Please dispose of it at your local
community waste collection / recycling
centre for electrical and electronic
appliances. You are also responsible for
deleting any personal data that may be
stored on the appliance prior to
disposal. Please ensure that your old
appliance poses no risk to children
while being stored prior to disposal.
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Oven overview
a Oven controls
b Top heat/grill element
c Catalytic enamelled back panel
d Air inlet for the fan with ring heating element behind it
e Shelf runners with 3 shelf levels
f Oven floor with bottom heat element underneath it
g Front frame with data plate
h Door
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Oven controls
a Function selector
For selecting oven functions
b Clock/Timer
Displays the time of day and settings
c Temperature selector
For setting the temperature
d  sensor
For changing times and settings
e OK sensor
For selecting functions and confirming settings
f  sensor
For changing times and settings
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Oven controls
Function selector
Temperature selector
The function selector is used to select
oven functions and to switch on the
oven lighting separately.
Use the temperature selector to select
the temperature for the cooking
processes.
The function selector can be turned
clockwise or anti-clockwise.
When the function selector is in the
0 position, it can be retracted by
pushing it in.
The temperature selector can be turned
clockwise as far it will go, and then
back again. When the temperature
selector is in the  position, it can be
retracted by pushing it in.
Oven functions
 Lighting
The temperature settings are marked on
the temperature selector and on the
control panel.
 Conventional Heat
Temperature indicator light 
 Bottom Heat
The temperature indicator light  in the
display lights up whenever the oven is
heating up.
 Grill
 Defrost
 Rapid Heat-up
As soon as the set temperature is
reached:
 Fan Plus
– The oven heating switches off.
 Intensive Bake
– The temperature indicator light goes
out.
 Fan Grill
 Gentle Bake
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The temperature control unit ensures
that the oven heating and the
temperature indicator light switch back
on if the oven temperature falls below
the level set.
Oven controls
Clock/Timer
The clock/timer is operated via the
display and the , OK and  sensor
controls.
Display
The display shows the time of day or
your settings.
It goes dark if settings are not being
entered.
Please refer to "Clock/Timer" for more
information.
Sensors controls
The sensor controls respond to the
touch of a fingertip. Every touch on the
sensors is confirmed by an audible
tone.
The tone can be switched off by
changing setting   to status   (see
"Clock/Timer - Changing settings").
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Features
Model numbers
A list of the ovens described in these
operating instructions can be found on
the back page.
Data plate
The data plate located on the front
frame of the oven is visible when the
door is open.
On the data plate are printed the model
number, serial number and the
connection data (voltage/frequency/
maximum rated load).
Have this information available if you
need to contact Miele so that any
issues can be rectified as quickly as
possible.
Items supplied with delivery
The oven is supplied with:
– the operating and installation
instructions for using the oven
functions,
– screws for fixing the oven to the
housing unit,
– various accessories.
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Standard and optional
accessories
Depending on model.
All ovens are supplied with shelf
runners, a universal tray and baking
and roasting rack (rack for short).
Depending on the model, Miele ovens
may be supplied with the accessories
listed below.
All accessories and cleaning and care
products in these instructions are
designed to be used with Miele ovens.
These are available to order via the
Miele Webshop or directly from Miele
(see end of this booklet for contact
details).
Please state the model number of your
oven and that of any accessories you
wish to purchase.
Features
Shelf runners
Shelf runners for accessories (trays,
racks, FlexiClip telescopic runners etc.)
are fitted on either side of the oven
cavity for shelf levels .
The shelf level numbers are indicated
on the front of the oven frame.
Each shelf runner has two rails:
– Accessories (e.g. the rack) are
pushed into the oven between the
two rails.
– FlexiClip telescopic runners
(depending on model) are fitted on
the lower rail.
The shelf runners can be removed for
cleaning (see "Cleaning and care").
Baking tray, universal tray and rack
with non-tip safety notches
Insert these accessories into the shelf
runners between the two rails of a shelf
level.
Always place the rack with the loading
surface in the lower position and the
non-tip safety notches towards the
back.
Non-tip safety notches are located on
accessories to prevent the trays being
pulled out completely when you only
wish to pull them out partially. They also
prevent trays from tipping.
– The non-tip safety notches are
located in the middle of the short
sides of the baking tray and universal
tray.
– The non-tip safety notches are
located towards the back of the short
sides of the rack.
Baking tray HBB 71:
Universal tray HUBB 71:
If you are using the universal tray with
the rack on top, insert the tray between
the rails of a shelf runner and the rack
will sit on top of it.
These accessories have been treated
with PerfectClean enamel.
Rack HBBR 71:
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Features
FlexiClip telescopic runners HFC 70
Fitting and removing the FlexiClip
telescopic runners
 Danger of burning!
Make sure the oven heating
elements are switched off and the
oven interior is cool.
The FlexiClip telescopic runners can be
attached to any shelf level.
Push the FlexiClip telescopic runners
right into the oven before placing
accessories on them.
The accessories will then
automatically sit securely in between
the stoppers at either end of each
runner and be prevented from sliding
off.
The FlexiClip telescopic runners are
fitted in between the two rails that make
up a shelf level.
The telescopic runner with the Miele
logo must be fitted on the right.
When fitting or removing the
telescopic runners, do not extend
them.
 Hook the FlexiClip telescopic runner
onto the bottom rail of a shelf level at
the front (1.) and push it along the rail
into the oven interior (2.).
The FlexiClip runners can support a
maximum load of 15 kg.
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Features
Round baking tray HBF 27-1
 Then secure the telescopic runner to
the bottom of the two rails as
illustrated (3).
If the telescopic runners are difficult
to pull out after fitting, you may need
to pull firmly on them once to release
them.
The round baking tray is suitable for
cooking pizzas, flat cakes made with
yeast or whisked mixtures, sweet and
savoury tarts, baked desserts, and can
also be used for frozen cakes.
The surface has been treated with
PerfectClean enamel.
Gourmet perforated baking tray
HBBL 71
To remove a FlexiClip telescopic runner:
 Push the FlexiClip telescopic runner
all the way in.
 Remove the FlexiClip telescopic
runner by raising it at the front (1)
then pulling it forwards along the rail
and out (2).
The Gourmet perforated baking tray has
been specially developed for the
preparation of baked goods made from
yeast and quark/oil mixtures.
The tiny perforations assist in browning
the underside of baked goods.
The tray can also be used for drying
food.
The surface has been treated with
PerfectClean enamel.
The round perforated baking tray
HBFP 27-1 can be used for the same
things.
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Features
Baking stone HBS 60
The baking stone is ideal for items
which need a well-baked base such as
pizza, quiche, bread, bread rolls and
savoury snacks.
The baking stone is made from heat
retaining fire brick and is glazed. Place
it directly on the rack.
A paddle made of untreated wood is
supplied with it for placing food on the
baking stone and taking it off.
Grilling and roasting insert HGBB 71
The grilling and roasting insert should
be placed in the universal tray when
grilling or roasting.
The juices from the food being cooked
collect under the insert. This prevents
them from spitting and making the oven
dirty. The juices can then be used for
making gravy and sauces.
The surface has been treated with
PerfectClean enamel.
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HUB Gourmet oven dishes
HBD Gourmet oven dish lids
Unlike other oven dishes, the Miele
Gourmet oven dishes can be placed in
the oven directly on the shelf runners.
They have non-tip safety notches like
the rack to prevent them from being
pulled out too far.
The surface of the oven dishes has a
non-stick coating.
Gourmet oven dishes are available in
different sizes. The width and the height
are the same for both.
Suitable lids are available separately.
Please quote the model number of your
Miele oven dish when ordering a lid.
Depth: 22 cm
Depth: 35 cm *
HUB 5000-M
HUB 5001-M **
HUB 5001-XL **
HBD 60-22
HBD 60-35
*
The oven dish cannot be used in
conjunction with its lid in ovens with
three shelf levels because the total
height of these two items exceeds the
height of the cavity.
** Suitable for use on induction cooktops
Features
Handle HEG
Original Miele all purpose microfibre
cloth
Light soiling and fingerprints can be
easily removed with the microfibre
cloth.
The handle makes it easier to take the
universal tray, baking tray and rack out
of the oven, or to put them into it. The
two prongs at the top go inside the tray
or above the rack, and the U-shape
supports underneath.
Original Miele oven cleaner
The Original Miele oven cleaner is
suitable for removing very stubborn
soiling. It is not necessary to pre-heat
the oven beforehand.
Catalytic enamelled liners
– Ceiling panel
This is fitted above the top heat/grill
element and protects the ceiling
against soiling.
– Back panel
This should be replaced if the
catalytic enamel has become
ineffective due to incorrect use or
very heavy soiling.
When ordering, please quote the model
number of your oven.
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Features
Oven controls
Cooling fan
The oven controls enable you to use the
various cooking functions to bake, roast
and grill.
The cooling fan comes on automatically
when a cooking programme is started.
The cooling fan mixes hot air from the
oven cavity with cool room air before
venting it out into the kitchen through
vents located between the appliance
door and the control panel.
They are also used for:
– Time of day display
– Minute minder
– Switching cooking processes on and
off automatically
– Settings that can be customised
Oven safety features
System lock  for the oven
The system lock prevents the oven from
being used unintentionally (see "Clock/
timer - Changing settings -  ").
When the system lock is engaged, 
will appear in the display.
The cooling fan will continue to run for a
while after the oven has been switched
off to prevent any humidity building up
in the oven, on the control panel or in
the oven housing unit.
The cooling fan will switch itself off
automatically after a certain period of
time.
Vented oven door
The door panes have a heat-reflective
coating.
When the oven is operating, air is
passed through the door to keep the
outer pane cool.
The door can be removed and
dismantled for cleaning (see "Cleaning
and care").
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Features
PerfectClean treated surfaces
Catalytic enamelled surfaces
Surfaces treated with PerfectClean
enamel are characterised by their
exceptional non-stick properties and
ease of cleaning.
The back panel is coated with catalytic
enamel. Soiling from oil and fat is burnt
off this surface when very high
temperatures are used in the oven.
Food can be taken off easily, and
soiling from baking and roasting is
simple to remove.
See "Cleaning and care" for more
information.
You can cut up food on surfaces treated
with PerfectClean enamel.
However, do not use ceramic knives
as these will scratch the
PerfectClean surface.
Surfaces treated with PerfectClean
enamel can be cleaned as you would
clean glass.
Read the instructions in "Cleaning and
care" so that the benefits of the nonstick properties and easy cleaning are
retained.
The following have been treated with
PerfectClean enamel:
– Oven compartment
– Universal tray
– Baking tray
– Grilling and roasting insert
– Gourmet perforated baking tray
– Round baking tray
– Round perforated baking tray
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Before using for the first time
Before using for the first time
 The oven must be built into its
housing unit before it can be used.
 Press and release the function and
temperature selectors if they are
retracted.
The time of day can only be changed
when the function selector is at 0.
 Set the time of day.
Setting the time of day for the
first time
The time of day is shown in the 24-hour
format.

After connecting the oven to the
electricity supply,  flashes in the
display.
The time of day is set in segments: first
the hours, then the minutes.
 Confirm with OK.
 will light up and  will flash.
 While the  symbol is flashing
confirm with OK.
The hours will flash.
 Use  or  to set the hours.
 Confirm with OK.
The hours are saved and the minutes
will flash.
 Use  or  to set the minutes.
 Confirm with OK.
The time of day is now saved.
The time of day can be displayed in
12-hour format by setting   in the
settings menu to status  (see "Clock/
time - Changing settings").
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Before using for the first time
Heating up the oven for the
first time
New ovens can give off a slight smell on
first use. Heating up the oven for at
least 1 hour with nothing in it will get rid
of this smell.
Ensure that the kitchen is well
ventilated while the appliance is
being heated up for the first time.
Close doors to other rooms to
prevent the smell spreading
throughout the house.
 Clean the oven interior with a clean
sponge and a solution of warm water
and washing-up liquid or a damp
microfibre cloth.
 Dry all surfaces with a soft cloth.
Leave the oven door open until the
oven interior is completely dry.
 Remove any protective wrapping and
sticky labels from the oven.
 Take all accessories out of the oven
and clean them (see "Cleaning and
care").
 Before heating the oven up, wipe the
interior with a damp cloth to remove
any dust or bits of packaging that
may have accumulated in the oven
cavity during storage and unpacking.
 Select Fan Plus .
The oven heating, lighting and cooling
fan will switch on.
 Select the maximum temperature
(250 °C).
 Heat up the empty oven for at least
one hour.
 At the end of the heating up time,
turn the function selector to 0 and the
temperature selector to .
 Danger of burning! Allow the
oven to cool down before cleaning
by hand.
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Overview of functions
Your oven has a range of functions for preparing a wide variety of recipes.
Oven function
Description
Conventional Heat  For baking and roasting traditional recipes, preparing
soufflés and cooking at low temperatures.
Bottom Heat 
Grill 
Defrost 
Rapid Heat-up 
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If using an older recipe or cookbook, set the oven
temperature for Conventional Heat 10 °C lower than that
recommended. This won't change cooking times.
Use this function towards the end of cooking to reheat or
brown the base of a cake, quiche or pizza.
For grilling thin cuts (e.g. steaks) and for browning baked
dishes.
For the gentle defrosting of frozen food.
For pre-heating the oven compartment quickly. The oven
function required must then be selected once the desired
temperature has been reached.
Overview of functions
Oven function
Fan Plus 
Intensive Bake 
Fan Grill 
Gentle Bake 
Description
This function is used for baking and roasting on different
levels at the same time. A lower temperature can be
selected than when using Conventional Heat  as the
fan distributes the heat around the oven compartment
straight away.
For baking cakes, tarts, pies, quiches and pizzas that
require a crisper base or moist toppings. Intensive Bake
is not suitable for baking thin biscuits or for roasting as
the juices will become too dark.
For grilling thicker cuts of meat (e.g. chicken). Lower
temperatures can be used than when using the Grill 
function as the fan distributes the heat around the oven
compartment straight away.
For small amounts e.g. of frozen pizza, bake-off rolls,
biscuits and for meat dishes and roasts. You can save up
to 30% energy compared to cooking with a standard
oven function as long as the door is kept shut during
cooking.
The oven lighting does not switch on with this function.
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Tips on saving energy
Cooking
 Remove any accessories from the
oven that you do not require for
cooking.
 Pre-heat the oven only if instructed to
do so in the recipe or the cooking
chart.
 Avoid opening the door during
cooking.
 In general, if a range of temperatures
is given, it is best to select the lower
temperature and to check the food
after the shortest given time.
 It is best to use dark baking tins and
containers with a matt finish made
from non-reflective materials
(enamelled steel, ovenproof
glassware, non-stick coated cast
aluminium). Shiny materials such as
stainless steel or aluminium reflect
heat, preventing it reaching the food
efficiently. Do not cover the oven floor
or the rack with heat-reflective
aluminium foil.
 Observe cooking durations to avoid
energy wastage when cooking food.
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 Wherever possible set the cooking
duration, or use a food probe.
 Fan plus  can be used for cooking
many types of food. Because the fan
distributes the heat to food straight
away, it allows you to use a lower
temperature than you would with
Conventional Heat . It also
enables you to cook on several shelf
levels at the same time.
 Gentle bake  is an innovative
function that makes optimum use of
heat. You can save up to 30 %
energy compared to cooking with a
standard oven function as long as the
door is kept shut during cooking.
 Fan grill  can be used for a wide
variety of food. With Fan grill you can
use lower temperatures than with
other grill functions which use the
maximum temperature setting.
 Whenever possible you should cook
several dishes at the same time.
Place them next to each other in the
oven or on different shelf levels.
 Dishes which you are unable to
prepare at the same time should, if
possible, be cooked one after the
other in order to make use of existing
heat in the oven.
Tips on saving energy
Using residual heat
 The temperature in cooking
programmes using temperatures
above 140 °C which take longer than
30 minutes to cook can be turned
down to the lowest possible
temperature about 5 minutes before
the end of cooking. The residual heat
in the oven is sufficient for cooking
the food. However, do not switch the
oven off (see "Warning and safety
instructions").
 If you wish to clean catalytic
enamelled parts of the oven, it is best
to do so immediately after a cooking
programme. The residual heat in the
oven will help reduce the amount of
energy required. Before cleaning any
catalytic parts of the oven, ensure
you clean the door and PerfectClean
surfaces first to avoid soiling baking
on.
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Operation
Basic operation
Cooling fan
 Place the food in the oven.
The cooling fan will continue to run for a
while after the oven has been switched
off to prevent any humidity building up
in the oven, on the control panel or in
the oven housing unit.
 Select the required oven function with
the function selector.
The oven lighting and the fan will switch
on.
 Select the temperature with the
temperature selector.
The oven heating will switch on.
After the cooking process:
 Turn the function selector to 0 and
the temperature selector to .
 Take the food out of the oven.
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The cooling fan will switch itself off
automatically after a certain period of
time.
Operation
Pre-heating the oven
Rapid Heat-up
It is only necessary to pre-heat the oven
in a few instances.
With Rapid Heat-up  the heating-up
phase can be shortened.
Most dishes can be placed in a cold
oven. They will then make use of the
heat produced during the heating-up
phase.
If the recipe requires pre-heating, place
the food in the oven once the
temperature indicator light goes out.
Pre-heat the oven when cooking the
following food with the following oven
functions:
Fan Plus 
– dark bread doughs
– beef sirloin joints and fillets
Conventional Heat 
Do not use Rapid Heat-up  to
pre-heat the oven when baking
pizzas or delicate mixtures (e.g. small
baked goods with a high sugar
content, pizza, choux pastries,
sponges).
Otherwise they will brown too quickly
from the top.
 Select Rapid heat-up .
 Select a temperature.
 When the temperature indicator
light  goes out for the first time, set
the oven function you require for
continued cooking.
 Place the food in the oven.
– cakes or biscuits with a short baking
time (up to 30 minutes)
– delicate mixtures (e.g. sponges)
– dark bread doughs
– beef sirloin joints and fillets
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Clock/Timer
The clock/timer offers the following
functions:
– Time of day display
You can only set or change a function if
the function selector is in the correct
position.
– Minute minder
Sensors
– Switching cooking processes on and
off automatically
Sensor Use

– Highlighting functions
– Altering settings 
– Reducing times
The clock/timer is operated via the
display and the sensor controls , OK
and .
– Calling up settings 
The functions available are indicated by
symbols.

– Increasing times
Display



– Changing the status  of a
setting 
– Highlighting functions


OK
– Changing the status  of a
setting 
– Calling up functions
– Saving set times and
adjusted settings
 
– Calling up set times
Symbols in the display
Depending on the position of the
function selector  and/or whether a
sensor has been pressed, the following
symbols appear:
Symbol/Function

 Minute minder
Any
 Duration
 Finish time
 Temperature indicator
light
Oven
function
 Time of day
 Settings
 Setting status
 System lock
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0
Set minutes or seconds with  or  in
increments of 1.
If you hold the sensor down the display
will count faster.
Clock/Timer
How to set the time or a
duration
Times are set in segments:
– for the time of day and cooking
durations, first the hours, then the
minutes.
– for a minute minder duration, first the
minutes, then the seconds.
 Confirm with OK.
Depending on the position of the
function selector, the functions (, ,
 or ) will appear.
 Highlight the required function using
 or .
The corresponding symbol will flash for
approx. 15 seconds.
 While the symbol is flashing, confirm
with OK.
Displaying times/durations
If you have set times, the symbols 
and  or  indicate which time
functions have been set.
If you are using the minute minder ,
cooking duration  and end of cooking
time  functions simultaneously, the
last time that you set will be displayed.
If you have selected a cooking duration,
the time of day cannot be displayed.
When the time/duration has elapsed
Once a set time has elapsed, the
relevant symbol will flash and a buzzer
will sound, if this option is selected (see
"Clock/Timer - Changing settings").
 Confirm with OK.
The buzzer will stop and the symbols in
the display will go out.
The function is selected and the left
numeric block will start to flash.
You can only set the time while the
numeric block is flashing. If the time
has elapsed and the numeric block is
no longer flashing, you have to select
the function again.
 Set the required value using  or .
 Confirm with OK.
The right numeric block will start to
flash.
 Set the required value using  or .
 Confirm with OK.
Your time/duration setting is now saved.
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Clock/Timer
Using the minute minder 
The minute minder can be used to time
other activities in the kitchen,
e.g. boiling eggs.
The minute minder can also be used at
the same time as a cooking programme
for which the start and finish times have
been set, e.g. as a reminder to stir a
dish or add seasoning etc.
A maximum minute minder time of
99 minutes and 59 seconds can be set.
Setting the minute minder
Example: You want to boil some eggs
and set a minute minder time of 6
minutes and 20 seconds.


 Press  repeatedly until  starts
flashing.
 Confirm with OK.


 appears in the display and the
minutes will flash.
If you press  once, two lines will
appear and, after pressing it again, the
maximum possible minute value 
will appear.
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

 Use  or  to set the minutes.
 Confirm with OK.
The minutes are saved and the seconds
will flash.


 Set the seconds using  or .
 Confirm with OK.


The minute minder is saved and will
count down in seconds.
The  symbol indicates the minute
minder has been set.
Clock/Timer
At the end of the minute minder time
–  flashes.
– The time will count upwards.
– A buzzer will sound for approx. 7
minutes, if this option is selected (see
"Clock/Timer - Changing settings").
 Confirm with OK.
The buzzer will stop and the symbols in
the display will go out.
If no cooking duration has been set, the
time of day appears in the display.
Changing the time set for the minute
minder
 Press  repeatedly until  starts
flashing.
Cancelling the time set for the minute
minder
 Press  repeatedly until  starts
flashing.
 Confirm with OK.
The minutes will flash.
 Decrease the minutes to  by
pressing , or increase them to  by
pressing .
The next time the sensor is pressed two
lines will appear in place of the minutes.
 

The minute minder time selected
appears.
 Confirm with OK.
 Confirm with OK.
Four lines appear:
The minutes will flash.
 Use  or  to set the minutes.
 Confirm with OK.
The seconds will flash.
 

 Set the seconds using  or .
 Confirm with OK.
 Confirm with OK.
The minute minder is now cancelled.
The changed minute minder is saved
and will count down in seconds.
If no cooking duration has been set, the
time of day appears in the display.
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Clock/Timer
Switching cooking
programmes on and off
automatically
Setting a cooking duration
Cooking programmes can be switched
on or off automatically.
 Place the food in the oven.
To do this, set a duration or a duration
and finish time after selecting an oven
function and a temperature.
The maximum duration which can be
set for a cooking programme is
11 hours and 59 minutes.
We recommend using automatic
switching on and off when roasting.
However, do not delay the start for too
long when baking as the cake mixture
or dough will dry out, and the raising
agents will lose their effectiveness.
Example: To bake a cake for 1 hour and
5 minutes:
 Select the required oven function and
the temperature.
The oven heating, lighting and cooling
fan will switch on.
 Press  repeatedly until  starts
flashing.




 appears in the display.
 Confirm with OK.


 appears in the display and the
hours will flash.
If you press  once, two lines will
appear and, after pressing again, the
maximum possible hour value  will
appear.
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Clock/Timer
 

 Use  or  to set the hours.
 Confirm with OK.
The hours are saved and the minutes
will flash.
 

At the end of the cooking duration:
–  appears in the display.
–  flashes.
– The oven heating switches off
automatically.
– The cooling fan continues to run.
– A buzzer will sound for approx. 7
minutes, if this option is selected (see
"Clock/Timer - Changing settings").
 Confirm with OK.
– The buzzer will stop and the symbols
in the display will go out.
– The time of day appears.
 Use  or  to set the minutes.
– The oven heating will switch back on.
 Confirm with OK.
 Turn the function selector to 0 and
the temperature selector to .


 Take the food out of the oven.
The cooking duration is saved and then
counts down in minutes, with the last
minute counting down in seconds.
The  symbol indicates a cooking
duration has been set.
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Clock/Timer
Setting a cooking duration and finish
time
A cooking duration and finish time can
be set to switch a cooking programme
on and off automatically.
Example: The time is now 11:15; you
want a dish with a cooking duration of
90 minutes to be ready by 13:30.
 Place the food in the oven.
 Select the required oven function and
the temperature.
The oven heating, lighting and cooling
fan will switch on.
Set the cooking duration first:
 Press  repeatedly until  starts
flashing.
 Confirm with OK.
 appears in the display and the
hours will flash.
 Use  or  to set the hours.
 Confirm with OK.
The hours are saved and the minutes
will flash.
 Use  or  to set the minutes.
 Confirm with OK.
The cooking duration is now saved.


The  symbol indicates a cooking
duration has been set.
Then set the finish time:
 Press  repeatedly until  starts
flashing.
 

 appears in the display (current
time of day + cooking duration =  +
).
 Confirm with OK.
The hours will flash.
 

 Use  or  to set the hours.
 Confirm with OK.
The hours are saved and the minutes
will flash.
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Clock/Timer
 

Changing the cooking duration
 Press  repeatedly until  starts
flashing.
The remaining cooking duration
appears in the display.
 Use  or  to set the minutes.
 Confirm with OK.
 Confirm with OK.
The hours will flash.
The finish time  is now saved.
 Use  or  to set the hours.
The oven heating, lighting and cooling
fan will switch off.
 Confirm with OK.
The selected finish time appears in the
display.
 Use  or  to set the minutes.
As soon as the start time (  = ) is reached, the oven
heating, lighting and cooling fan will
switch on.
The minutes will flash.
 Confirm with OK.
The changed cooking duration is now
saved.
The set cooking duration  appears
and then counts down in minutes, with
the last minute counting down in
seconds.
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Clock/Timer
Deleting a cooking duration
Deleting a finish time
 Press  or  repeatedly until 
starts to flash.
 Press  or  repeatedly until 
starts to flash.
 Confirm with OK.
 Confirm with OK.
The hours will flash.
The hours will flash.
 Press  or  repeatedly until two
lines appear:
 Press  or  repeatedly until two
lines appear:


 Confirm with OK.
Four lines appear:


 Confirm with OK.
The cooking duration and any finish
time will be deleted.
The time of day appears if no minute
minder has been set.
The oven heating, lighting and cooling
fan will switch on.
If you want to end the cooking
programme:
 Turn the function selector to 0 and
the temperature selector to .
 Take the food out of the oven.
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 Confirm with OK.
Four lines appear:
 Confirm with OK.
The  symbol appears and the set
cooking duration counts down in
minutes, with the last minute counting
down in seconds.
If you want to end the cooking
programme:
 Turn the function selector to 0 and
the temperature selector to .
 Take the food out of the oven.
If you turn the function selector to 0,
the settings for the cooking duration
and the finish time will be deleted.
Clock/Timer
Changing the time of day
The time of day can only be changed
when the function selector is at 0.
 Turn the function selector to 0.
 Press  repeatedly until  starts
flashing.
 Confirm with OK.
The hours will flash.
 Use  or  to set the hours.
 Confirm with OK.
The hours are saved and the minutes
will flash.
 Use  or  to set the minutes.
 Confirm with OK.
The time of day is now saved.
After a power cut, the time of day
needs to be re-entered.
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Clock/Timer
Changing settings
To change the status:
Your appliance is supplied with a
number of default factory settings (see
"Settings overview").
 Press  or  repeatedly until the
required status appears in the
display.
A setting  is changed by altering its
status .
 Confirm with OK.
 Turn the function selector to 0.
 Press and hold  until   appears.


 If you want to change another setting,
press  or  repeatedly until the
relevant number appears.
 Confirm with OK.


The setting is selected and the current
status  appears, e.g. .
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The selected status is saved and the
setting  appears again.
To change further settings, proceed in
the same way.
If you do not want to change any further
settings:
 Wait approx. 15 seconds until the
time of day appears.
Settings remain in the memory even
after a power cut.
Clock/Timer
Settings overview
Setting
Status

Buzzer
volume

The buzzer is switched off.
  to
 *
The buzzer is switched on.
The volume can be altered. When you select a status,
you will hear the corresponding buzzer.

Clock format
*
The time of day is shown in the 24-hour format.

The time of day is shown in the 12-hour format.
If you change the clock after 1:00 pm from a 12-hour
clock to a 24-hour clock you will need to update the
hour accordingly.

System lock
for the oven
 *
The system lock is switched off.

The system lock is on and  appears in the display.
The system lock prevents the oven from being used
inadvertently, for example by children.
The system lock remains active even after a power cut.

Keypad tone

The keypad tone is switched off.
 *
The keypad tone is switched on.
*
Factory default
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Baking
Eating food which has been cooked
correctly is important for preventing
food poisoning or other ailments.
Only bake cakes, pizza, chips etc.
until they are golden brown. Do not
overcook them.
Oven functions
Depending on how the food is
prepared, you can use Fan Plus ,
Intensive Bake  or Conventional
Heat .
Bakeware
The choice of bakeware depends on
the oven function and how the food is
prepared.
– Fan Plus ,
Intensive Bake :
universal tray, any heat-resistant
baking dishes.
– Conventional Heat :
Dark baking tins with a matt finish.
Avoid using bright, shiny metal tins
as they give an uneven and poor
browning result and in some cases
cakes might not cook properly.
– Always place baking tins on the rack.
Position rectangular tins with the
longer side across the width of the
rack for optimum heat distribution
and even baking results.
– When baking cakes with fresh fruit
toppings and deep sponge cakes,
place the tin on the universal tray to
catch any spillages and keep the
oven cleaner.
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Baking paper, greasing
Miele accessories, e.g. the universal
tray, are treated with PerfectClean
enamel (see "Features").
Surfaces treated with PerfectClean
enamel generally do not need to be
greased or covered with baking paper.
Baking paper is only necessary when
baking:
– anything prepared using a lye
containing sodium hydroxide (e.g.
pretzels, bread sticks) because the
lye can damage the PerfectClean
surface.
– meringues or sponges with a high
egg white content.
These are more likely to stick.
– frozen food cooked on the rack.
Baking
Notes on using the baking
charts
In the charts the data for the
recommended function is printed in
bold.
Unless otherwise stated, the times
given are for an oven which has not
been pre-heated. With a pre-heated
oven, shorten times by up to 10
minutes.
Temperature 
As a general rule, select the lower
temperature given in the chart.
Baking at temperatures higher than
those recommended may reduce the
cooking time, but will lead to uneven
browning, and unsatisfactory cooking
results.
Shelf levels 
The shelf level on which you place your
food for baking depends on the oven
function and number of trays being
used.
– Fan Plus
1 tray: Shelf level 2
2 trays: Shelf levels 1+2
The universal tray should be placed
underneath the baking tray if you are
using a universal tray and a baking
tray on several levels at the same
time.
– Intensive Bake 
1 tray: Shelf level 1 or 2
– Conventional Heat 
1 tray: Shelf level 1 or 2
Baking duration 
Check if the food is cooked at the end
of the shortest time quoted. To check if
a cake is ready, insert a wooden skewer
into the centre. It is ready if the skewer
comes out clean, without dough or
crumbs sticking to it.
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Baking
Baking charts
Creamed mixture
Cakes/
Biscuits
Muffins (1 tray)
Small cakes (1 tray) *





Small cakes (2 trays) *
Small cakes/Biscuits (1 tray)



Small cakes/Biscuits (2 trays)

Sand cake


Ring cake




[°C]
140–150
2
150–160
1
150
2
1)
2
160
140
1+2
140–150
2
1)
2
150–160
140–150 1+2
150–160
1)
150–160
150–160
170–180

[min.]
30–50
35–45
25–40
20–30
35–45
25–35
15–20
2)
2
2
30–40
60–70
60–70
1
1
50–60
60–80
 Function /  Fan Plus /  Conventional Heat
 Temperature /  Shelf level /  Duration
* The settings also apply for testing in accordance with EN 60350-1.
Do not use the FlexiClip telescopic runners (depending on model).
1) Pre-heat the oven. Do not use Rapid Heat-up .
2) Take the baking trays out of the oven early if the food is sufficiently browned before the
specified time has elapsed.
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Baking
Creamed mixture
Cakes/
Biscuits
Foam cake (tray)
Marble, nut cake (tin)
Fresh fruit cake, with meringue topping (tray)
Fresh fruit cake (tray)
Fresh fruit cake (tin)
Flan base


[°C]
1)
 150–160
2
1)
 150–160
1

[min.]
25–35
 150–160
 150–160
 150–160
 170–180
 150–160 1)
 160–170 1)
2
2
2
1
2
60–70
60–70
40–50
40–50
30–40
1
30–45
 150–170
 170–180 1)
 150–160
 160–170 1)
2
1
55–65
40–50
2
1
25–30
20–30

25–35
 Function /  Fan Plus /  Conventional Heat
 Temperature /  Shelf level /  Duration
1) Pre-heat the oven. Do not use Rapid Heat-up .
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Baking
Rubbed in mixture
Cakes/
Biscuits
Small cakes/Biscuits (1 tray)
Small cakes/Biscuits (2 trays)


[°C]
 140-150
2
1)
 160-170
2
 140-150 1+2

Drop cookies (1 tray) *


Drop cookies (2 trays) *

Flan base
 150-160
 160-170 1)
 150-160
 170-180
 150-160
 170-180
 150-160
Streusel cake
Cheese cake
140
1)
160
140
2
2
1+2

[min.]
20-30
15-25
2)
20-30
30-40
15-30
2)
2
2
35-45
35-45
25-35
2
2
2
2
2
50-60
45-55
75-90
80-90
75-90
 Function /  Fan Plus /  Conventional Heat /  Intensive Bake
 Temperature /  Shelf level /  Duration
* The settings also apply for testing in accordance with EN 60350-1.
Do not use the FlexiClip telescopic runners (depending on model).
1) Pre-heat the oven. Do not use Rapid Heat-up .
2) Take the baking trays out of the oven early if the food is sufficiently browned before the
specified time has elapsed.
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Baking
Rubbed in mixture
Cakes/
Biscuits
Apple cake (baking tin  20 cm) *
Apple pie
Fresh fruit tart, glazed (tin)
Swiss apple pie (tray)











[°C]
160
180
160-170
1)
170-180
160-170
150-160
170-180
150-160
1)
220-230
 180-190 1)
2
1
2
2

[min.]
90-100
80-90
50-70
60-70
2
2
2
2
1
50-70
50-70
50-70
50-60
30-50
1
30-50

 Function /  Fan Plus /  Conventional Heat /  Intensive Bake
 Temperature /  Shelf level /  Duration
* The settings also apply for testing in accordance with EN 60350-1.
Do not use the FlexiClip telescopic runners (depending on model).
1) Pre-heat the oven. Do not use Rapid Heat-up .
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Baking
Yeast mixtures and quark dough
Cakes/
Biscuits
Gugelhupf
Stollen
Streusel cake
Fresh fruit cake (tray)
Apple turnovers (1 tray)
Apple turnovers (2 trays)














[°C]
150–160
160–170
150–160
160–170
150–160
160–170
160–170
160–170
170–190
150–160
160–170
150–160

1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1+2

[min.]
45–55
50–60
45–65
45–60
35–45
35–45
35–45
45–55
40–55
25–30
25–30
1)
25–30
 Function /  Fan Plus /  Conventional Heat /  Intensive Bake
 Temperature /  Shelf level /  Duration
1) Take the baking trays out of the oven early if the food is sufficiently browned before the
specified time has elapsed.
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Baking
Yeast mixtures and quark dough
Cakes/
Biscuits
White bread
Wholegrain bread
Pizza (tray)








Onion tart
Proving yeast dough



[°C]
180–190
190–200
180–190
1)
200–210
170–180
1)
190–200
170–180


170–180
1)
180–190
170–180
50

50
1
1
1
1

[min.]
35–45
30–40
55–65
45–55
2
2)
1
30–40
30–40
2
2
1
2)
30–40
1
30–40
15–30

3)
3)
30–40
25–35
15–30
 Function /  Fan Plus /  Conventional Heat /  Intensive Bake
 Temperature /  Shelf level /  Duration
1) Pre-heat the oven. Do not use Rapid Heat-up .
2) For yeast dough. For quark dough use shelf level 2.
3) The dish can be placed on the oven floor. Depending on the size of the dish, you may
need to remove the shelf runners. If using Conventional Heat , please also place the
rack on the oven floor.
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Baking
Whisked mixture
Cakes/
Biscuits
Tart / Flan base (2 eggs)



Sponge cake (4 to 6 eggs)


Whisked sponge cake *



[°C]
160–170
1
1)
1
160–170
170–180
1
1)
1
150–160
1)
1
170
1)
Swiss roll
20–35
30–45
20–35
 150–170
 170–180 1)
1
25–45
2
15–25
1)
1
10–15
 180–190
 Function /  Fan Plus /  Conventional Heat
 Temperature /  Shelf level /  Duration
* The settings also apply for testing in accordance with EN 60350-1.
Do not use the FlexiClip telescopic runners (depending on model).
1) Pre-heat the oven. Do not use Rapid Heat-up .
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
[min.]
20–30
15–25
Baking
Choux pastry, puff pastry and meringue
Cakes/
Biscuits
Choux buns (1 tray)
Choux buns (2 trays)
Puff pastry (1 tray)
Puff pastry (2 trays)
Macaroons (1 tray)
Macaroons (2 trays)


[°C]
 160–170
2
 180–190 1) 2
 160–170 1+2




170–180
190–210
170–180
2
2
1+2
 120–130
2
1)
 120–130
2
 120–130 1+2

[min.]
30–45
25–35
2)
30–45
20–30
20–30
2)
20–30
25–50
25–45
2)
25–50
 Function /  Fan Plus /  Conventional Heat
 Temperature /  Shelf level /  Duration
1) Pre-heat the oven. Do not use Rapid Heat-up .
2) Take the baking trays out of the oven early if the food is sufficiently browned before the
specified time has elapsed.
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Roasting
Oven functions
Useful tips
Depending on how the food is
prepared, you can use either Fan
Plus  or Conventional Heat .
– Browning: Browning only occurs
towards the end of the roasting time.
If cooking with a roasting dish,
remove the lid about halfway through
the roasting time if a more intensive
browning result is desired.
Cooking container
You can use any heat-resistant dishes:
Miele Gourmet oven dishes, roasting
pans, ovenproof glass trays, roasting
bags, dishes made from earthenware or
cast iron, the universal tray, rack and/or
grilling and roasting insert (if available)
on top of the universal tray.
We recommend roasting in covered
oven dishes as this ensures that
sufficient stock remains for making
gravy.
The oven also stays cleaner than with
open roasting.
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– Standing time: At the end of the
programme, take the roast out of the
oven, wrap in aluminium foil and
leave to stand for about 10 minutes.
This helps retain juices when the
meat is carved.
– Roasting poultry: For a crisp skin,
baste the poultry 10 minutes before
the end of the cooking time with
slightly salted water.
Roasting
Notes on using the roasting
charts
In the charts the data for the
recommended function is printed in
bold.
Unless otherwise stated, the times
given are for an oven which has not
been pre-heated. With a pre-heated
oven, shorten times by up to 10
minutes.
Temperature 
As a general rule, select the lower
temperature given in the chart.
If higher temperatures are used, the
meat will brown on the outside, but will
not be properly cooked through.
When cooking with Fan Plus , select
a temperature 20 °C lower than when
using Conventional Heat .
For cuts which weigh more than 3 kg,
select a temperature approx. 10 °C
lower than that given in the roasting
chart. Roasting will take longer at the
lower temperature, but will be more
even.
Pre-heating
Pre-heating is only required when
roasting beef sirloin joints and fillets.
Roasting duration 
The roasting time can be determined by
multiplying the thickness of the roast
[cm] with the time per cm [min./cm]
stated below, depending on the type of
meat:
– Beef/Venison: 15–18 min./cm
– Pork/Veal/Lamb: 12–15 min./cm
– Sirloin joints/Fillets: 8–10 min./cm
Roasting times are approx. 20 minutes
longer per kilo for frozen meat. Frozen
meat weighing less than approx. 1.5 kg
does not need to be defrosted before
roasting.
Check if the meat is cooked after the
shortest time quoted.
Shelf levels 
Use shelf level 1 or 2 depending on the
height of the food.
When roasting on the rack, set a
temperature approx. 10 °C lower than if
using an oven dish.
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Roasting
Roasting charts
Beef, veal
Food

Topside of beef, approx. 1 kg


[°C]
170–180

190–200
Fillet of beef, approx. 1 kg
Sirloin joint, approx. 1 kg
Veal, approx. 1.5 kg
1)
1)
1

[min.]
3)
100–130
1
110–140
1
1
20–50
4)
20–50
4)

3)

150–160
2)

180–190
2)

150–160
2)
1
30–60
4)

2)
1
30–60
4)

180–190
190–200
1
70–90
3)

200–210
1
70–90
3)
 Function /  Temperature /  Shelf level /  Duration
 Fan Plus /  Conventional Heat
1) Use the universal tray. First sear the meat all over on the cooktop to seal it.
2) Pre-heat the oven. Do not use Rapid Heat-up .
3) Roast with the lid on first, then remove the lid halfway through roasting and add approx.
0.5 l liquid.
4) Depending on the degree of cooking required (when using a food probe): rare: 40-45 °C,
medium: 50-60 °C, well done: 60-70 °C
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Roasting
Pork
Food

Pork roast/neck, approx. 1 kg


[°C]
160–170

Pork joint with crackling, approx. 2 kg
Gammon joint, approx. 1 kg
Meat loaf, approx. 1 kg
1

[min.]
1)
100–130
180–190
1
100–120
1)

170–180
1
120–140
1)

190–200
1
130–150
1)

150–160
1
60–80

170–180
1
80–100

170–180
1
60–70
1)

200–210
1
70–80
1)

1)
1)
 Function /  Temperature /  Shelf level /  Duration
 Fan Plus /  Conventional Heat
1) Add approx. 0.5 l liquid halfway through roasting.
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Roasting
Lamb, game
Food

Leg of lamb, approx. 1.5 kg


[°C]
170–180

180–190
Saddle of lamb, approx. 1.5 kg
Venison, approx. 1 kg
1

[min.]
1)
90–110
1
90–110
2)
1
40–60
3)
2)
3)

1)

220–230

1
40–60

230–240
200–210
1
80–100
1)

200–210
1
80–100
1)
 Function /  Temperature /  Shelf level /  Duration
 Fan Plus /  Conventional Heat
1) Roast with the lid on first, then remove the lid halfway through roasting and add approx.
0.5 l liquid.
2) Pre-heat the oven. Do not use Rapid Heat-up .
3) Add approx. 0.5 l liquid halfway through roasting.
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Roasting
Poultry, fish
Food

Poultry, 0.8–1 kg


[°C]
180–190

190–200
1
60–70

180–190
1
100–120

190–200
1
90–110

180–190
1
110–130

190–200
1
110–130

160–170
1
120–160
1)

180–190
1
1)

160–170
1
120–160
45–55

180–190
1
45–55
Poultry, approx. 2 kg
Poultry, stuffed, approx. 2 kg
Poultry, approx. 4 kg
Fish, whole, approx. 1.5 kg

1

[min.]
60–70
 Function /  Temperature /  Shelf level /  Duration
 Fan Plus /  Conventional Heat
1) Add approx. 0.5 l liquid halfway through roasting.
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Low temperature cooking
This type of cooking is ideal for cooking
beef, pork, veal or lamb when a tender
result is required.
First briefly sear the meat all over at a
high temperature on the cooktop in
order to seal it.
Low temperature cooking
procedure
Use the universal tray with the rack
placed on top of it.
Do not use the Rapid Heat-up 
function to pre-heat the oven.
Then place the meat in the pre-heated
oven where the low temperature and
long cooking duration will cook it to
perfection and ensure it is very tender.
 Place the rack together with the
universal tray on shelf level 1.
The meat will relax and the juices inside
will start to circulate evenly throughout
the meat to reach the outer layers.
This will give very tender and succulent
results.
 Pre-heat the oven together with the
universal tray and rack for approx.
15 minutes.
Useful tips
– Use lean meat which has been
correctly hung and trimmed. Bones
should be removed before cooking.
– For searing, use a suitable cooking oil
or fat that can withstand high
temperatures (e.g. clarified butter).
– Do not cover meat during cooking.
The cooking duration is approx. 2–4
hours and depends on the weight and
size of the meat, as well as the desired
degree of doneness and browning.
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 Select Conventional Heat  and a
temperature of 130 °C.
 While the oven is pre-heating, sear
the meat on all sides on the cooktop.
 Danger of burning!
Wear oven gloves when placing food
in the oven or removing it and when
adjusting oven shelves etc. in a hot
oven.
 Place the seared meat on the rack.
 Reduce the temperature to 100 °C.
 Continue cooking until the end of the
cooking duration.
On models with a clock/timer, you can
set the cooking process to finish
automatically (see "Clock/timer Setting the cooking duration").
Low temperature cooking
After cooking
– Meat can be carved straight from the
oven. It does not need to rest.
– The cooking result will not be
affected if the meat is left in the oven
after the programme has finished. It
can be kept warm until you serve it.
– The meat is at an ideal temperature
to eat straight away. Serve on preheated plates with very hot sauce or
gravy to prevent it cooling down too
quickly.
Cooking duration/Core
temperatures
Meat
Fillet of beef
Sirloin joint
– Rare
– Medium
– Well-done
Pork fillet
Gammon*
Veal fillet
Saddle of veal*
Saddle of lamb*

[min.]
105–120

[°C]
60–75
60–90
120–150
180–240
120–150
150–210
80–100
180–210
90–120
55–60
65–70
70–75
65–80
75–80
60–75
65–75
65–75
 Duration
 Core temperature
*
If you have a separate food probe, you
can use the core temperature shown.
Boned
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Grilling
 Danger of burning!
Cooking container
Grill with the oven door closed. If you
grill with the door open, hot air will
escape from the oven instead of
being cooled by the cooling fan.
The controls will get hot.
Oven functions
Grill 
For grilling and toasting bread, open
sandwiches etc. and browning baked
dishes.
The whole of the top heat/grill element
will get hot and glow red.
Fan Grill 
For grilling thicker items, e.g. rolled
meat, poultry pieces.
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Use the universal tray with the rack or
grilling and roasting insert (if available)
on top. The juices from the food being
cooked collect under the insert. This
prevents them from spitting and making
the oven dirty. The juices can be used
for making gravy and sauces.
Do not use the baking tray.
Grilling
Preparing food for grilling
Grilling
Rinse meat under cold running water
and then pat dry. Do not season meat
with salt before grilling as this draws the
juices out.
 Place the rack or the roasting and
grilling insert (if available) in the
universal tray.
Add a little oil to lean meat if necessary.
Do not use other types of fat as they
can burn and cause smoke.
Clean fish in the normal way. To
enhance the flavour, add a little salt or
squeeze a little lemon juice over the
fish.
 Place the food on top.
 Select the required oven function and
the temperature.
 Pre-heat the top heat/grill element for
approx. 5 minutes with the door
closed.
 Danger of burning!
Wear oven gloves when placing food
in the oven or removing it and when
adjusting oven shelves etc. in a hot
oven.
 Place the food on the appropriate
shelf level (see Fan Grilling guide).
 Close the door.
 Turn the food halfway through grilling.
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Grilling
Notes on the grilling chart
Grilling duration 
Check the food after the shortest time
quoted.
Take note of the temperature range, the
shelf levels and the durations. These
take the size of the meat and cooking
practices into account.
– Flat pieces of fish and meat usually
take 6–8 minutes per side.
Thicker pieces require more time for
each side. It is best to grill food of a
similar thickness at the same time so
that the grilling time for each item
does not vary too greatly.
Temperature 
– Turn the food halfway through grilling.
As a general rule, select the lower
temperature given in the chart.
If higher temperatures are used, the
meat will brown on the outside, but will
not be properly cooked through.
Pre-heating
Always pre-heat the top heat/grill
element for approx. 5 minutes with the
door closed.
Shelf levels 
Select the shelf level according to the
thickness of the food.
– Thin cuts: shelf level 2
– Thicker cuts: shelf level 1
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Testing to see if cooked
One way of finding out how far through
a piece of meat has been cooked is to
press down on it with a spoon:
Rare:
If there is very little
resistance to the pressure
of the spoon, it will still be
red on the inside.
Medium: If there is some resistance,
the inside will be pink
Well-done: If there is great resistance,
it is cooked through.
Check if the meat is cooked after the
shortest time quoted.
Useful tip: If the surface of thicker cuts
of meat is cooked but the centre is still
raw, continue grilling at a lower
temperature setting or use a lower shelf
level to allow the food to cook through
to the centre.
Grilling
Fan Grill 
– Use the Fan Grill  function for meat, fish, poultry and vegetables.
– Always pre-heat for at least 5 minutes before Fan Grilling.
– It is not necessary to turn food when Fan Grilling. Only one side of the food,
however, will become brown.
– The door must be closed when using Fan Grill .
– When using red meat, pat the meat dry before Fan Grilling as this encourages a
richer colour.
All temperatures are approximations and must be varied according to the
thickness and preparation of the meat. The chart below is a suggested guide
only. Personal taste and size of serves will vary times and temperatures. We
recommend you monitor cooking results for best outcomes.
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Grilling
Food to be grilled

[°C]


[min.]
Lean thin sausages
180
3
8–10
Thick sausages
180
3
15–20
Lean beef fillet steak
220
3
6–12
Chicken breast fillet
200
3
14–18
Whole butterflied chicken
200
1
30–35
Thin white fish fillets
220
3
6–10
Thick fish fillets, cutlets or steaks
200
3
10–15
Oily fish
200
3
8–12
Lamb loin chops
190
3
12–16
Lamb back straps
220
3
8–10
Vegetables, capsicum, zucchini, sweet
potato, eggplant
200
3
12–15
Potato wedges or small roast potatoes
220
2
20–25
Kebabs and satays (red meat)
200
3
12–15
Chicken satays
200
3
12–15
 Temperature /  Shelf level /  Duration
Fan Grill  can be used for small roasts but is only recommended for lean,
tender cuts of meat, e.g. lamb racks, rump roasts, and beef fillet. Fan Grill the
roast at 200 °C on shelf level 3 for approximately 25 minutes, depending on
thickness.
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Grilling
Grill 
– Use for thick toasts, muffins, cheese on toast, focaccia, bruschetta and bacon.
– Pre-heat grill for at least 5 minutes at 200–220 °C.
– Select the appropriate shelf level for the thickness of the food.
– The door must be closed when using the Grill  function.
This is a suggested guide only. Personal taste and size of serves will vary times
and temperatures.
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Further applications
Defrost
Defrosting times
Use the Defrost  function to gently
defrost frozen food.
The time needed for defrosting
depends on the type and weight of the
food, and at what temperature it was
deep frozen. The following chart is for
guidance only. It is important to check
that food is thoroughly defrosted.
When this function is selected, only the
fan switches on and circulates the air at
room temperature.
 Danger of salmonella poisoning!
It is particularly important to observe
food hygiene rules when defrosting
poultry.
Do not use the liquid from the
defrosted poultry. Pour it away, and
wash the tray, the sink and your
hands.
Useful tips
– Where possible, remove the
packaging and put the food to be
defrosted on the universal tray or into
a suitable dish.
– When defrosting poultry, put it on the
rack over the universal tray to catch
the defrosted liquid so that the meat
is not lying in this liquid.
– Meat and poultry need to be fully
defrosted before cooking. Fish, on
the other hand, can be partially
defrosted before cooking. Defrost so
that the surface is sufficiently soft to
take herbs and seasoning.
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Frozen food
Chicken
Meat
Sausages
Fish
Strawberries
Yeast butter cake
Bread

[g]
800
500
1000
500
1000
300
500
500
 weight /  defrosting duration

[min.]
90–120
60–90
90–120
30–50
60–90
30–40
20–30
30–50
Further applications
Gentle Bake
Examples of use
Gentle Bake is suitable for small
amounts, e.g. frozen pizzas, bake-off
rolls, biscuits and for meat dishes and
roasts. The optimal use of heat enables
savings of up to 30% energy to be
made compared to cooking with a
standard oven function with
comparatively good cooking results.
Food
This function is not suitable for larger
amounts of food such as sponge cake,
fresh fruit cake or small cakes where
the cake mix needs to be thoroughly
baked through. No energy savings
would be achieved.
Biscuits
Ratatouille
Fish fillet in foil, approx.
500 g
Frozen pizza, precooked
Ham roast,
approx. 1.5 kg
Braised beef,
approx. 1.5 kg

[°C]
160
180

[min.]
22–27
40–60
200
25–35
210
20–25
160 115–145
180 160–180
 Temperature /  Duration
The temperature can be set between
100 and 250 °C.
– Use shelf level 1 or 2 depending on
the height of the food.
The oven lighting does not switch on
with this function.
– The durations given are for an oven
which has not been pre-heated.
For optimum energy savings, keep the
door closed whilst cooking.
– Roast with the lid on first. Remove
the lid three-quarters of the way
through roasting and add approx.
0.5 l of liquid.
– Check the food after the shortest
duration quoted.
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Further applications
Frozen food/Ready meals
Useful tips
Cakes, pizza, baguettes
– Large frozen items such as cakes,
pizzas or baguettes cover an
extensive area of the baking tray or
universal tray.
The temperature difference if large
frozen items are cooked in these trays
can cause the tray to distort in such a
way that it cannot be removed from
the oven when it is hot. Further use
will make the distortion worse. Place
this type of food on baking paper on
the rack to prevent the risk of this
happening.
– Use the lowest temperature
recommended on the manufacturer's
packaging.
Oven chips, croquettes or similar
items
– Small items of frozen food such as
oven chips can be cooked on the
baking tray or universal tray.
Place baking paper on the tray so
that they cook gently.
– Use the lowest temperature
recommended on the manufacturer's
packaging.
– Turn several times during cooking.
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Preparation
Eating food which has been cooked
correctly is important for preventing
food poisoning or other ailments.
Only bake cakes, pizza, chips etc.
until they are golden brown. Do not
overcook them.
 Select the function and temperature
recommended on the manufacturer's
packaging.
 Pre-heat the oven.
 Place the food in the oven on the
shelf level recommended on the
packaging when the temperature
indicator light goes out.
 Check the food at the end of the
shortest time recommended on the
packaging.
Further applications
Drying food
Drying is a traditional method of
preserving fruit, certain vegetables and
herbs.
It is important that fruit and vegetables
are ripe and not bruised before they are
dried.
 Prepare the food for drying.
– Peel and core apples, and cut into
slices 0.5 cm thick.
– Stone plums, if necessary.
– Peel, core and cut pears into wedges.
– Peel and slice bananas.
– Clean mushrooms, then either halve
or slice them.
– Remove parsley and dill from the
stem.
 Distribute the food evenly over the
universal tray.
Food
Fruit
Vegetables
Herbs
  [min.]
 120–480
 180–480
 50–60
 Function /  Drying time
 Fan Plus /  Conventional Heat
 Reduce the temperature if
condensation begins to form in the
oven.
 Danger of burning!
Wear oven gloves when removing
the dried food from the oven.
 Allow the dried fruit or vegetables to
cool down after drying.
Dried fruit must be completely dry, but
also soft and elastic. Juice must not
escape when cut.
 Store in sealed glass jars or tins.
You can also use the Gourmet
perforated baking tray (if available).
 Select Fan Plus  or Conventional
Heat .
 Select a temperature of 80–100 °C.
 Place the universal tray on shelf
level 1.
If you are using Fan Plus , you can
dry produce on levels 1+2 at the
same time.
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Further applications
Bottling
Containers for bottling
 Danger of injury!
Do not use the appliance to heat up
or bottle food in sealed tins.
Pressure will build up inside them
and they can explode causing
damage to the appliance, as well as
the risk of injury and scalding.
Fruit/Cucumbers
 Turn the function selector to Oven
lighting  as soon as you can see
the bubbles forming in the jars. Leave
the jars to stand for a further
25-30 minutes in the warm oven.
Vegetables
 Reduce the temperature to 100 °C as
soon as you can see the bubbles
forming in the jars.
Only use special jars for bottling:
– bottling jars
– jars with twist-off lids
Bottling fruit and vegetables
We recommend using Fan Plus .
The instructions are for 6 jars with a
capacity of 1 litre each.
 Place the universal tray on shelf
level 1 and place the jars on the tray.
 Select Fan Plus  and a
temperature of 150–160 °C.
 Wait until bubbles evenly rise in the
jars.
Reduce the temperature in time to
prevent the contents from boiling
over.
Carrots
Asparagus, peas, beans

[min.]
50–70
90–120
 Bottling duration
 When the bottling duration has
elapsed turn the function selector to
Oven lighting . Leave the jars to
stand for a further 25-30 minutes in
the warm oven.
After bottling
 Danger of burning!
Wear oven gloves when removing
the jars from the oven.
 Take the jars out of the oven.
 Cover the jars with a towel and leave
to set for approx. 24 hours.
 Make sure all jars are closed properly
when storing them.
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Further applications
Heating crockery
Use Fan Plus  for pre-heating
crockery.
Only pre-heat heat-resistant dishes.
 Place the rack on shelf level 1 and
place the crockery to be pre-heated
on it. Depending on the size of the
crockery, you can also place it on the
oven floor and additionally take the
shelf runners out to make more room.
 Select Fan Plus .
 Set the temperature to 50–80 °C.
 Danger of burning!
Wear oven gloves when removing
the dishes from the oven. Droplets of
water may have accumulated
underneath the dish.
 Remove the heated crockery from the
oven.
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Cleaning and care
 Danger of burning!
Unsuitable cleaning agents
Make sure the oven heating
elements are switched off and that
the oven cavity is cool.
To avoid damaging the surfaces of your
appliance, do not use:
 Danger of injury!
The steam from a steam cleaning
appliance could reach electrical
components and cause a short
circuit.
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean
the oven.
– cleaning agents containing soda,
ammonia, acids or chlorides
– cleaning agents containing descaling
agents on the oven front
– abrasive cleaning agents, e.g.
powder cleaners and cream cleaners
– solvent-based cleaning agents
– stainless steel cleaning agents
All surfaces can become discoloured
or damaged if unsuitable cleaning
agents are used. The front of the
oven, in particular, will be damaged
by oven cleaners and descaling
agents.
All surfaces are susceptible to
scratching. Scratches on glass
surfaces may cause a breakage.
Remove any cleaning agent residues
immediately.
– dishwasher cleaner
– glass cleaning agents
– cleaning agents for ceramic cooktops
– hard, abrasive brushes or sponges,
e.g. pot scourers, brushes or
sponges which have been previously
used with abrasive cleaning agents
– dirt erasers
– sharp metal tools
– steel wool or metal scourers
– spot cleaning with mechanical
cleaning agents
– oven cleaner
– stainless steel spiral pads
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Cleaning and care
If soiling is left on for any length of
time, it may become impossible to
remove. If items are used frequently
without being cleaned, it may
become very difficult to clean them.
Soiling is best removed after each
use.
The accessories are not dishwasherproof.
Useful tips
– Soiling caused by spilled juices and
cake mixtures is best removed whilst
the oven is still warm. Exercise
caution and make sure the oven is
not too hot - danger of burning.
– To make cleaning easier, you can
dismantle the oven door, remove the
shelf runners and the FlexiClip
telescopic runners (if present),
remove the catalytic back panel and
lower the top heat/grill element.
Normal soiling
See "Cleaning catalytic enamelled
panels" for instructions on how to
keep catalytic panels clean.
The fibreglass seal around the front
of the oven should be handled
carefully. Do not rub and scour it.
If possible, you should avoid trying to
clean it.
 It is best to remove normal soiling
immediately using a clean sponge
and a solution of hot water and
washing-up liquid or with a clean,
damp microfibre cloth.
 After cleaning, make sure all residual
cleaning agents are thoroughly
removed with clean water. This is
particularly important when cleaning
surfaces treated with PerfectClean
enamel as cleaning agent residues
can impair the non-stick properties.
 After cleaning, wipe the surfaces dry
using a soft cloth.
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Cleaning and care
Stubborn soiling (excluding the
FlexiClip telescopic runners)
Spilled fruit and roasting juices may
cause lasting discolouration or matt
patches on enamelled surfaces. This
discolouration is permanent but will
not affect the functional
characteristics of the finish. Do not
attempt to remove these marks.
Clean them following the instructions
given here.
 Baked on deposits can be removed
with a glass scraper or with a nonabrasive stainless steel spiral pad,
warm water and washing-up liquid.
Oven cleaners will damage the
catalytic enamelled surfaces.
Remove the catalytic enamelled
panels before using an oven cleaner.
 Very stubborn soiling on PerfectClean
surfaces can be cleaned using Miele
Oven Cleaner. This cleaner must only
be applied to cold surfaces. Follow
the instructions on the packaging.
Non-Miele oven cleaner must only be
used in a cold oven and not left on for
longer than a maximum of 10 minutes.
 If necessary, the scouring pad on the
back of a non-scratching washing-up
sponge can be used to remove the
soiling.
 After cleaning, remove all oven
cleaning agent residues thoroughly
with clean water, and dry with a soft
cloth.
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Stubborn soiling on the
FlexiClip telescopic runners
Do not clean FlexiClip telescopic
runners in a dishwasher. The special
lubricant used in the telescopic
runners will wash out during
dishwashing.
In the case of stubborn soiling on the
surfaces of the telescopic runners, or
clogged bearings caused by fruit juices
spilling over, proceed as follows:
 Soak the FlexiClip telescopic runners
for approx. 10 minutes in a solution of
hot water and washing-up liquid.
If necessary, use the back of a
washing-up sponge to remove the
soiling. The bearings can be carefully
cleaned with a soft brush.
The runners may appear discoloured
or a lighter colour in places after they
have been cleaned. This will not affect
the functioning of the runners in any
way.
Cleaning and care
Cleaning catalytic enamelled
panels
Soiling from oil and fat is burnt off
catalytic enamel when very high
temperatures are used in the oven.
The higher the temperature, the more
effective the process.
Exposure to scouring agents,
abrasive brushes or sponges and
oven sprays can cause catalytic
enamel to lose its self-cleaning
properties.
Catalytic enamelled panels should
therefore be taken out of the oven
before using oven spray in it.
Removing soiling caused by spices,
sugar and similar deposits
 Remove the back panel (see
"Cleaning and care - Removing the
back panel").
 Clean the back panel by hand with a
solution of hot water and washing-up
liquid applied with a soft brush.
 Rinse it thoroughly and then leave it
to dry before fitting it back in the
oven.
Removing oil and grease soiling from
the catalytic enamelled panel
 Remove any accessories from the
oven, including the shelf runners.
 Wipe large deposits of soiling from
the oven interior and the inside of the
door before starting the cleaning
process to avoid them baking on.
 Select the Fan Plus  function and
a temperature of 250 °C.
 Heat the empty oven for at least
1 hour.
The duration will depend on the
degree of soiling.
If the catalytic coating is very heavily
soiled with oil and grease, a film can
form on the surfaces of the oven
interior during the cleaning process.
 Danger of burning! Allow the
oven to cool down before cleaning
by hand.
 Clean the inside of the door and the
oven interior with a clean sponge and
a solution of hot water and washingup liquid or a clean, damp microfibre
cloth.
Any remaining soiling on the panel will
gradually disappear with each
subsequent use of the oven at high
temperatures.
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Cleaning and care
Removing the door
The door weighs approx. 6 kg.
Do not pull the door horizontally off
its retainers, as they will spring back
against the oven.
Do not pull the door off the retainers
by the handle, as the handle could
break off.
 Raise the door up till it rests partially
open.
The oven door is connected to the
hinges by retainers.
Before removing the door from the
retainers, the locking clamps on both
hinges have to be released.
 Open the door fully.
 Release the locking clamps by
turning them as far as they will go.
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 Hold the door on either side and pull
it diagonally upwards from the hinge
guides. Make sure that you lift the
door off straight.
Cleaning and care
Dismantling the door
The oven door is an open system with 3
glass panes which have a heatreflective coating on some of their
surfaces.
When the oven is operating, air is
directed through the door to keep the
outer pane cool.
If soiling has worked its way in between
the glass panes, the door can be
dismantled in order to clean in between
the panes.
Take particular care as scratches can
damage the glass. When cleaning
the glass panes, do not use abrasive
cleaning agents, hard sponges or
brushes and do not use sharp metal
tools or scrapers.
Please also read the general notes
on cleaning the oven front before
cleaning the glass panes.
Oven spray will damage the
aluminium trims inside the door.
These should only be cleaned using
hot water and washing-up liquid
applied with a clean sponge or a
clean, damp microfibre cloth.
Be especially vigilant after
dismantling the door that the glass
panes do not break.
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Cleaning and care
 Danger of injury!
To remove the inner panes:
Always remove the door before
disassembling it.
 Place the door on a protective
surface (e.g. on a table cloth) to
prevent it getting scratched.
The door handle should line up with
the edge of the table. Make sure the
glass lies flat and does not get
broken during cleaning.
 Gently lift the inner pane up and out
of the plastic strip.
 Flip the two glass pane retainers
outwards to open them.
 Lift the middle pane up gently and
pull it out.
 Clean the door panes and other
individual parts with a clean sponge
and a solution of hot water and
washing-up liquid or a clean, damp
microfibre cloth.
 Dry all parts with a soft cloth.
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Cleaning and care
Then reassemble the door carefully:
 Refit the middle pane in such a way
that the material number is legible
(i.e. not reversed).
 Flip the two glass pane retainers
inwards to close them.
The door is now reassembled and is
ready to fit back on the oven.
 Push the inner pane with the matt
printed side facing downwards into
the plastic strip and place it between
the retainers.
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Cleaning and care
Fitting the door
 Open the door fully.
If the locking clamps are not locked,
the door could work loose resulting
in damage.
Ensure that the locking clamps are
locked after refitting the door.
 Hold the door securely on both sides
and carefully fit it back into the hinge
retainers.
Make sure that the door goes back
on straight.
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 Flip both locking clamps back up as
far as they will go into a horizontal
position.
Cleaning and care
Removing the shelf runners
with FlexiClip telescopic
runners
You can remove the shelf runners
together with the FlexiClip telescopic
runners (if present).
 Danger of burning!
Make sure the oven heating
elements are switched off and the
oven interior is cool.
If you wish to remove the FlexiClip
telescopic runners separately
beforehand, please follow the
instructions in "Features – Fitting and
removing the FlexiClip telescopic
runners".
 Pull the runners out of the holder (1)
at the front of the oven and then pull
them out of the oven (2).
Refit in the reverse order.
 Ensure that all parts are correctly
fitted.
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Cleaning and care
Removing the back panel
 Danger of injury!
Do not use the oven without the
back panel fitted.
The back panel can be removed for
cleaning purposes.
 Danger of burning!
Lowering the top heat/grill
element
 Danger of burning!
Make sure the oven heating
elements are switched off and that
the oven cavity is cool.
 Remove the shelf runners.
Make sure the oven heating
elements are switched off and the
oven interior is cool.
 Disconnect the appliance from the
mains. Switch off at the wall and
withdraw the plug from the socket, or
switch off at the mains circuit
breaker.
 Remove the shelf runners.
 Undo the four screws in the corners
of the back panel and take it out.
 Clean the back panel (see "Cleaning
and Care - Cleaning catalytic
enamelled panels").
Refit in the reverse order.
 Refit the back panel carefully.
Make sure the openings are located as
illustrated in "Oven overview".
 Refit the shelf runners.
 Reconnect the oven to the electricity
supply.
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 Undo the wing nut.
Use caution not to damage the top
heat/grill element.
Do not use force to lower the top
heat/grill element as this can cause it
to break.
 Carefully lower the top heat/grill
element.
You can now clean the oven ceiling.
 Raise the top heat/grill element and
tighten the wing nut securely.
 Refit the shelf runners.
Problem solving guide
With the aid of the following guide, minor problems can be easily corrected
without contacting Miele. If, after reading this guide, you can't remedy the problem
yourself, please call Miele (see back cover for details).
Please note, however, that a call-out charge will be applied to unnecessary service
visits where the problem could have been rectified as described in these operating
instructions.
 Danger of injury! Installation, maintenance and repairs must only be carried
out by a suitably qualified and competent person. Repairs and other work by
unqualified persons could be dangerous. Miele cannot be held liable for
unauthorised work. Do not attempt to open the casing of the appliance yourself.
Problem
Possible cause and remedy
The display is dark.
There is no power to the oven.
 Check whether the mains fuse has tripped. If it
has, contact a qualified electrician or Miele.
The oven does not heat
up.
You have only selected an oven function or a
temperature.
 Select both a function and a temperature.
The system lock  has been switched on.
 Switch off the system lock (see "Clock/timer Changing settings").
There is no power to the oven.
 Check whether the mains fuse has tripped. If it
has, contact a qualified electrician or Miele.
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Problem solving guide
Problem
Possible cause and remedy
 is flashing in the
display.
There has been a power cut.
 Reset the time of day (see "Using for the first
time").
Cooking times will also need to be reset.
 appears
unexpectedly in the
display and  is
flashing at the same
time. The buzzer might
also be sounding.
The oven has been operating for an unusually long
time and this has activated the safety switch-off
function.
 Turn the function selector to 0. The oven is now
ready to use again immediately.
  appears in the
display.
There is a problem that you cannot resolve.
 Call Miele.
A noise can be heard
The cooling fan will continue to run for a while after
after a cooking process. the oven has been switched off to prevent any
humidity building up in the oven, on the control panel
or in the oven housing unit.
The cooling fan will switch itself off automatically
after a certain period of time.
Rust-like spots appear
on catalytic surfaces.
The catalytic cleaning process does not remove
spices, sugar and similar deposits.
 Take catalytic panels out of the oven and remove
this type of soiling with a mild solution of hot water
and washing-up liquid applied with a soft brush
(see "Cleaning and care - Cleaning the catalytic
back panel").
Cakes and biscuits are
not baked properly after
following the times
given in the baking
chart.
A different temperature from the one given in the
recipe was used.
 Select the temperature required for the recipe.
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The ingredient quantities are different from those
given in the recipe.
 Check whether there has been a change to the
recipe. The addition of more liquid or more eggs
makes a moister mix which would take longer to
cook.
Problem solving guide
Problem
Possible cause and remedy
Browning is uneven.
The wrong temperature or shelf level was selected.
 There will always be a slight unevenness. If the
unevenness is pronounced, check whether the
correct temperature and shelf level have been
selected.
The material or colour of the baking tin is not suitable
for the oven function.
 With Conventional Heat  light-coloured, shiny
tins are less suitable. Use matt, dark-coloured tins.
FlexiClip telescopic
runners do not push in
or pull out smoothly.
The bearings in the FlexiClip telescopic runners are
not sufficiently lubricated.
 Lubricate the bearings with the special Miele
lubricant.
Only use this special lubricant, as it is designed to
withstand high temperatures in the oven. Other
lubricants can harden and stick to the FlexiClip
runners when they are heated. The Miele lubricant
is available to order from Miele.
The top oven lighting
does not switch on.
The halogen lamp needs replacing.
 Danger of burning!
Make sure the oven heating elements are switched
off and that the oven cavity is cool.
 Disconnect the appliance from the mains. Switch
off at the wall and withdraw the plug from the
socket, or switch off at the mains circuit breaker.
 Turn the lamp cover a quarter turn anti-clockwise
to release it and then pull it together with its seal
downwards to take it out.
 Replace it with a new halogen lamp
(Osram 66725 AM/A, 230 V, 25 W, G9).
 Refit the lamp cover together with its seal and turn
clockwise to secure.
 Reconnect the oven to the electricity supply.
You have selected Gentle Bake . The oven
lighting does not come on with this function.
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After sales service and warranty
After sales service
Warranty
In the event of any faults which you
cannot easily remedy, please contact
Miele.
The manufacturer's warranty for this
appliance is 2 years.
See back of this booklet for contact
details.
Please quote the model and serial
number of your appliance when
contacting Miele.
This information is given on the data
plate, visible on the front frame of the
oven, with the door fully open.
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For further information, please refer to
your warranty booklet.
Electrical connection
 Danger of injury!
Connection data
Installation, repairs and other work
by unqualified persons could be
dangerous. Miele cannot be held
liable for unauthorised work.
AC 230V, 50 Hz
The voltage and rated load are given on
the data plate situated at the front of
the oven frame visible with the oven
door open. Please ensure the
connection data matches the
household supply.
Ensure power is not supplied to the
appliance until after installation or
repair work has been carried out.
All electrical work must be
undertaken by a suitably qualified
and competent person in strict
accordance with current national and
local safety and building code
regulations.
Connection of this appliance must
comply with national and local safety
regulations.
Connection to a switched socket is
recommended as this provides easier
access in the case of a service call.
For extra safety, it is advisable to
protect the appliance with a suitable
residual current device (RCD) with a trip
current of 30 mA.
 When contacting Miele, please quote
the following:
– Model number
– Serial number
– Connection data (voltage/frequency/
maximum rated load).
If the mains connection cable is
damaged, it must be replaced by a
suitably qualified electrician with a
specialist connection cable of type
H 05 VV-F, available from Miele, in
order to avoid a hazard.
 WARNING - THIS APPLIANCE
MUST BE EARTHED
If the switch is not accessible after
installation an additional means of
disconnection must be provided for all
poles. The means of disconnection
must be incorporated in the fixed wiring
in accordance with the wiring rules.
When switched off there must be an allpole contact gap of 3 mm in the isolator
switch (including switch, fuses and
relays).
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Building-in diagrams
Appliance dimensions and unit cut-out
Dimensions are given in mm.
Installation in a base unit
If the appliance is to be installed under a cooktop, observe the instructions for
installation of the cooktop, as well as the building-in depth of the cooktop.
*
Ovens with glass front
**
Ovens with metal front
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Building-in diagrams
Installation in a tall unit
*
Ovens with glass front
**
Ovens with metal front
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Building-in diagrams
Front dimensions
Dimensions are given in mm.
A
H25xx: 45 mm
H26xx: 42 mm
B
Ovens with glass front: 2.2 mm
Ovens with metal front: 1.2 mm
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Installing the oven
 The oven must be built into its
housing unit before it can be used.
For the oven to function correctly, it
requires a sufficient intake of cool air.
Ensure the intake of cool air to the
oven is not impaired (e.g. due to the
installation of insulation material
inside the housing unit).
Furthermore, the incoming cool air
must not be excessively heated by
other heat sources (e.g. fuel
furnaces).
Before installation
 Before connecting the appliance to
the mains, you must disconnect the
power supply to the isolator switch.
Installing the oven
 Use the screws supplied to secure
the oven to the side walls of the
housing unit through the holes in the
oven trim.
 Refit the door, if necessary (see
"Cleaning and care - Refitting the
door").
 Connect the mains cable from the
oven to the isolator.
Do not carry the oven by the door
handle. The door can be damaged.
Use the handles on each side of the
casing to carry it.
It is advisable to remove the door
before installing the appliance (see
"Cleaning and Care - Removing the
door") and remove accessories from
the oven cavity. This will make it easier
to install in its niche and you will not
be tempted to use the handle to carry
it.
 Push the oven into the housing unit
and align it.
 Open the door (if you have not
removed it previously).
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ABN 96 005 635 398
Miele Experience Centre and
Head Office Melbourne:
1 Gilbert Park Drive
Knoxfield, VIC 3180
Miele Experience Centre South Melbourne:
206-210 Coventry Street
South Melbourne, VIC 3205
Miele Experience Centre and Office Sydney:
3 Skyline Place
Frenchs Forest, NSW 2086
Miele Experience Centre and Office Brisbane:
39 Harvey Street North
Eagle Farm, QLD 4009
Miele Experience Centre Gold Coast:
131 Ferry Road
Southport, QLD 4215
Miele Experience Centre and Office Adelaide:
83-85 Sir Donald Bradman Drive
Hilton, SA 5033
Miele Experience Centre and Office Perth:
205-207 Stirling Highway
Claremont, WA 6010
www.miele.com.au
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IRD 98 463 631
Head Office:
Level 2, 10 College Hill
Freemans Bay, Auckland 1011
Miele Experience Centre
Auckland:
8 College Hill
Freemans Bay, Auckland 1011
Telephone:
0800 464 353 (0800 4 MIELE)
www.miele.co.nz
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Germany
Miele & Cie. KG
Carl-Miele-Straße 29
33332 Gütersloh
Federal Republic of Germany
H2601B

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