Miele | CS 1234 | Operating instructions - Miele Appliances Ltd.

Operating and installation instructions
Ceramic hobs with induction
CS 1212
CS 1221
CS 1234
To avoid the risk of accidents or
damage to the appliance, it is
essential to read these instructions
before it is installed and used for the
first time.
en - GB
M.-Nr. 07 180 660
Contents
Guide to the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
CS 1212 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
CS 1221 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
CS 1234 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Cooking zones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Warning and Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Caring for the environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Before using for the first time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Induction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
The induction principle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Noises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Pans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Switching on and off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Residual heat indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Auto heat-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Booster function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Keeping warm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Tips on saving energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Safety features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Safety lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Safety switch-off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Overheating protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Cleaning and care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Problem solving guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Optional accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
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Contents
Safety instructions for installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Appliance and building-in dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
CS 1212 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
CS 1221 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
CS 1234 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Preparing the worktop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Installation of several appliances. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Fixing the spring clamps and spacer bars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Installing the appliance(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
General installation tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
After sales service, data plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
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Guide to the appliance
CS 1212
a Cooking zone with twin booster (BI/II)
Cooking zone controls:
b Cooking zone with single booster (Bl)
f Rear
c Display
g Front
d Cooking zone symbols
e Indicators
Indicators
l In-operation indicator
m Booster indicator
n Residual heat indicator
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Guide to the appliance
CS 1221
a Cooking zone with twin booster (BI/II)
Indicators
b Display
c Indicators
d Control
l In-operation indicator
m Booster indicator
n Residual heat indicator
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Guide to the appliance
CS 1234
abd Cooking zones with single
booster (BI)
c Cooking zone with twin booster (BI/II)
e Cooking zone symbols
f Indicators
Cooking zone controls:
g Rear right
h Front right
i Rear left
j Front left
k Display
Indicators
l In-operation indicator
m Booster indicator
n Residual heat indicator
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Guide to the appliance
Display
ß
= No pan on cooking zone or pan unsuitable
A
= Auto heat-up
I
= Booster I
II
= Booster II (only for cooking zones with twin boosters)
L
= Safety lock (see "Safety features")
Cooking zones
Cooking zone
CS 1212
minimum to maximum C
in cm*
Front
Rear
Rating in watts for 230 V**
10 - 16
normal:
with booster:
1400
1800
16 - 23
normal:
with Booster I:
with Booster II:
2300
3000
3700
Total:
3700
* Pans of any diameter within the given range may be used.
** The wattage quoted may vary depending on the size and material of the pans
used.
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Guide to the appliance
CS 1221
minimum to maximum C
in cm*
18 - 30
Rating in watts for 230 V**
normal:
with Booster I:
with Booster II:
Cooking zone
2400
3000
3700
CS 1234
minimum to maximum C
in cm*
Rating in watts for 230 V**
Front left
14 - 19
normal:
with booster:
1850
2900
Rear left
14 - 19
normal:
with booster:
1850
2900
Rear right
16 - 23
normal:
with Booster I:
with Booster II:
2300
3000
3700
Front right
10 - 16
normal:
with booster:
1400
1800
Total:
7400
* Pans of any diameter within the given range may be used.
** The wattage quoted may vary depending on the size and material of the pans
used.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Correct application
This appliance complies with 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 installation and before using
it for the first time. They contain
important notes on installation,
safety, use and maintenance.
Keep these instructions in a safe
place and ensure that new users are
familiar with the content. Pass them
on to any future owner.
~ This appliance is not designed for
commercial use. It is intended for use in
domestic households and in similar
working and residential environments
such as:
– Shops
– Offices and showrooms
and by residents in establishments
such as:
– Hostels and guest houses.
~ The appliance is intended for
domestic use only to cook food and
keep it warm.
Any other use is not supported by the
manufacturer and could be dangerous.
Miele cannot be held liable for damage
resulting from incorrect or improper use
or operation of the appliance.
~ This appliance is not intended for
use by people with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or lack
of experience and knowledge, unless
they are supervised whilst using it, or
have been shown how to use it by a
person responsible for their safety.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Safety with children
~ Activate the safety lock to ensure
that children cannot switch on the
appliance inadvertently.
~ This appliance is not a toy! To avoid
the risk of injury, keep children away
from it all times, and do not let them
play with it or use the controls. They will
not understand the potential dangers
posed by it. They should be supervised
whenever you are working in the
kitchen.
~ Older children may use the
appliance only when its operation has
been clearly explained to them and
they are able to use it safely,
recognising the dangers of misuse.
~ The appliance gets hot when in use
and remains hot for quite a while after
being switched off. To safeguard
against burning, keep children well
away from the appliance at all times.
~ Do not store anything which might
arouse a child's interest in storage
areas above or next to the hob.
Otherwise they could be tempted into
climbing onto the appliance with the
risk of burning themselves.
~ Keep all pans out of reach of
children. Turn pan handles inwards
away from the edge of the hob. Danger
of burning or scalding. Special hob
guards are available from good retail
outlets.
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~ Packaging, e.g. cling film,
polystyrene and plastic wrappings,
must be kept out of the reach of babies
and young children. Danger of
suffocation. Dispose of or recycle all
packaging safely as soon as possible.
Warning and Safety instructions
Technical safety
~ Before installation, check the
appliance for visible signs of damage.
Do not use a damaged appliance. It
could be dangerous.
~ The electrical safety of this
appliance can only be guaranteed
when continuity is complete between it
and an effective earthing system which
complies with local and national safety
regulations. It is most important that this
basic safety requirement is present and
regularly tested, and where there is any
doubt, the household wiring system
should be inspected by a qualified
electrician. Miele cannot be held liable
for the consequences of an inadequate
earthing system (e.g. electric shock).
~ Before connecting the appliance,
make sure that the connection data on
the data plate (voltage and frequency)
match the mains electricity supply.
This data must correspond in order to
avoid the risk of damage to the
appliance. Consult a qualified
electrician if in any doubt.
~ Do not open the casing of the
appliance.
Tampering with electrical connections
or components and mechanical parts is
highly dangerous to the user and can
cause operational faults.
~ Installation, maintenance and
repairs may only be carried out by a
suitably qualified and competent
person in strict accordance with current
national and local safety regulations.
Repairs and other work by unqualified
persons could be dangerous. Miele
cannot be held liable for unauthorised
work.
~ During installation, maintenance and
repair work, the appliance must be
disconnected from the mains electricity
supply.
Ensure that power is not supplied to the
appliance until after it has been
installed or until after any maintenance
or repair work has been carried out.
~ For safety reasons, this appliance
may only be used after it has been built
in.
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Warning and Safety instructions
~ While the appliance is under
guarantee, repairs should only be
undertaken by a service technician
authorised by Miele. Otherwise the
guarantee is invalidated.
~ Faulty components must only be
replaced by genuine Miele original
spare parts. The manufacturer can only
guarantee the safety of the appliance
when Miele replacement parts are
used.
~ If the connection cable is damaged,
it must be replaced by a suitably
qualified electrician with a specialist
connection cable of type H 05 V V-F
(pvc insulated), available from the Miele
Spare Parts Department.
~ Do not connect the appliance to the
mains electricity supply by a
multi-socket adapter or an extension
lead. These do not guarantee the
required safety of the appliance (e.g.
danger of overheating).
~ Do not use the hob if it is faulty, or if
the ceramic surface is cracked,
chipped or damaged in any way.
Switch it off immediately, and
disconnect it from the mains electricity
supply. Danger of electric shock.
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~ This appliance may be connected
via a fused plug and switched socket. If
you wish to connect it to an isolator
switch, or if the appliance is supplied
without a plug, it must be installed and
connected by a suitably qualified and
competent person in strict accordance
with current local and national safety
regulations. Miele cannot be held liable
for damage caused by incorrect
installation or connection.
~ In areas which may be subject to
infestation by cockroaches or other
vermin, pay particular attention to
keeping the appliance and its
surroundings in a clean condition at all
times. Any damage caused by
cockroaches or other vermin will not be
covered by the guarantee.
Warning and Safety instructions
Correct use
~ For people fitted with a heart
pacemaker:
Please note that the area immediately
surrounding the hob is
electromagnetically charged. It is
unlikely to affect a pacemaker.
If in any doubt, consult the
manufacturer of the pacemaker or your
doctor.
~ To prevent damage to items which
are susceptible to magnetic fields, e.g.
credit cards, diskettes, pocket
calculators etc, do not leave them in the
immediate vicinity of the hob.
~ The appliance gets hot when in use
and remains hot for quite a while after
being switched off. There is a danger of
burning until the residual heat
indicators go out.
~ Do not leave the appliance
unattended whilst it is in use.
Pans that have boiled dry can cause
damage to the ceramic surface for
which Miele cannot be held liable.
Boiling fat or oil could ignite and cause
a fire.
~ If oil or fat does catch fire, do not
attempt to put out the flames with water.
Use a suitable fire blanket, saucepan
lid, damp towel or similar to smother the
flames.
~ Use heat-resistant pot holders or
gloves when using the appliance. Do
not let them get damp or wet, as this
causes heat to transfer through the
material more quickly with the risk of
scalding or burning yourself.
~ Do not flambé under a cooker hood.
The flames could set the cooker hood
on fire.
~ Do not use the appliance as a
resting place for anything else.
Take particular care never to place
cutlery or other metal objects on the
appliance. When the appliance is
switched on either deliberately or by
mistake, or when there is residual heat
present, there is the risk of metal
objects heating up, with a danger of
burning.
Depending on the material, other
objects left on the hob could also melt
or catch fire.
Damp pan lids might adhere to the
ceramic surface and be difficult to
dislodge.
Switch the cooking zones off after use.
~ Where several appliances are
installed side by side
Do not place hot pots or pans on the
joining strip as this can damage the
seal.
~ Do not cover the appliance, e.g.
with a cloth, kitchen foil, etc. This could
be a fire hazard if the appliance were
switched on by mistake.
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Warning and Safety instructions
~ Do not use plastic or aluminium foil
containers These melt at high
temperatures and could catch fire.
~ Do not heat up unopened tins of
food on the hob, as pressure will build
up in the tin, causing it to explode. This
could result in injury and scalding or
damage.
~ Do not use pots and pans on the
ceramic hob with bases with
pronounced edges or ridges, e.g. cast
iron pans. These could scratch or scour
the hob surface permanently.
~ Never heat an empty pan unless the
manufacturer of the pan expressly
states that you can do so. Because
induction heating works extremely
quickly the base of the pan could heat
up to the temperature at which oil or fat
self-ignites within a very short time.
~ Keep the hob clean. Grains of salt,
sugar and sand (e.g. from cleaning
vegetables) can cause scratches.
~ Do not place hot pans on the area
around the display. This could damage
the electronic unit underneath.
~ Do not drop anything on the ceramic
surface. Even a light object could
cause damage in certain
circumstances.
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~ Do not allow either solid or liquid
sugar, or pieces of plastic or aluminium
foil to get onto the cooking zones when
they are hot. If this should occur, switch
off the appliance, and carefully scrape
off all the sugar, plastic or aluminium
residues from the hob whilst they are
still hot, using a shielded scraper
blade.
Take care not to burn yourself.
If residues were allowed to cool before
being removed, the ceramic surface
would be susceptible to pitting or even
cracking.
Clean the appliance once it has cooled
down.
~ When using an electrical appliance,
e.g. a hand-held food blender, near the
appliance, ensure that the cable of the
electrical appliance cannot come into
contact with the hot appliance. The
insulation on the cable could become
damaged, giving rise to an electric
shock hazard.
~ This appliance is fitted with a
cooling fan. If a drawer is fitted directly
underneath the hob, ensure that there
is sufficient space between the drawer
and its contents and the underside of
the appliance in order to ensure
sufficient ventilation for the hob. Do not
store pointed or small items or paper in
the drawer. They could get in through
the ventilation slots or be sucked into
the housing by the fan and damage the
fan or impair cooling.
Warning and Safety instructions
~ Spray canisters, aerosols and other
inflammable substances should not be
stored in a drawer under the hob.
Cutlery inserts must be heat-resistant.
~ This appliance must not be set up or
~ Metal utensils stored in a drawer
under the hob can become hot if the
induction hob is used intensively for a
long time.
Miele cannot be held liable for
damage caused by non-compliance
with these Warning and Safety
instructions.
operated in the open air.
~ Always ensure that food is
sufficiently cooked or reheated. Some
foods may contain micro-organisms
which are only destroyed by thorough
cooking at a sufficiently high
temperature for long enough.
Therefore, when cooking or reheating
food such as poultry, it is particularly
important that the food is completely
cooked through. If in doubt, select a
longer cooking or reheating time.
~ Do not use two pans on a cooking
zone at the same time.
~ If the appliance is installed behind a
kitchen furniture door, it may only be
used with the furniture door open.
Only close the door when the appliance
is switched off and the residual heat
indicators have gone out.
~ If the hob is built in over a pyrolitic
oven, the hob should not be used whilst
the pyrolitic process is being carried
out, as this could trigger the
overheating protection mechanism on
the hob (see relevant section).
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Caring for the environment
Disposal of the packing
material
The transport and protective packing
has been selected from materials which
are environmentally friendly for
disposal, and should be recycled.
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.
Disposal of your old appliance
Electrical and electronic appliances
often contain materials which, if
handled or disposed of incorrectly
could be potentially hazardous to
human health and to the environment.
They are, however, essential for the
correct functioning of your appliance.
Please do not therefore dispose of it
with your household waste.
Please dispose of it at your local
community waste collection/recycling
centre or contact your dealer for
advice. Ensure that it presents no
danger to children while being stored
for disposal.
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Before using for the first time
Please stick the extra data plate for the
appliance supplied with this
documentation in the space provided in
the "After sales service, data plate"
section of this booklet.
Cleaning for the first time
^ Remove any protective wrapping and
adhesive labels.
^ Before using for the first time, clean
the appliance with a damp cloth only
and then wipe dry.
Do not use washing up liquid to
clean the ceramic surface as it can
leave a blue sheen which may be
difficult to remove.
Before using for the first time
When the induction hob is first
connected, and after a power cut, all of
the indicators in the display light up for
approx. 1 second for testing purposes.
The appliance can be used as soon as
the indicators go out.
When the appliance is used for the first
time, it may give off a slight smell and
some vapours. This smell will be less
noticeable with each subsequent use
before dissipating completely.
The smell and any vapours given off do
not indicate a faulty connection or
appliance and they are not hazardous
to health.
Please note that the heating up time
on induction hobs is very much
shorter than on conventional hobs.
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Induction
The induction principle
An induction coil is located under each
cooking zone. When a cooking zone is
switched on, this coil creates a
magnetic field which impacts directly
on the base of the pan and heats it up.
The cooking zone itself is heated up
indirectly by the heat given off by the
pan.
An induction cooking zone only works
when a ferromagnetic pan is placed on
it (see "Pans").
Induction automatically recognises the
size of the pan, i.e. heat is only
generated in the area covered by the
base of the pan.
The cooking zone will not work:
– if it is switched on without a pan in
place, or if the pan is unsuitable
(non-magnetic base).
– if the diameter of the base of the pan
is too small.
– if the pan is taken off the cooking
zone when it is switched on.
If this happens, ß will flash in the
display.
If a suitable pan is placed on the
cooking zone within 3 minutes, ß will go
out and you can continue as normal.
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If no pan or an unsuitable pan is placed
on the cooking zone, the cooking zone
will switch off automatically after 3
minutes. 0 and C will flash alternately in
the display.
To use the induction zone again, first
turn the control to "0".
Take particular care never to place
cutlery or other metal objects on the
hob. When the appliance is
switched on either deliberately or by
mistake, or when there is residual
heat present, there is the risk of
metal items heating up with the
danger of burning.
Switch the cooking zones off after
use.
Induction
Noises
When using an induction cooking zone,
the following noises can occur in the
pan, depending on what it is made of
and how it has been constructed.
– On the higher power settings, it
might buzz. This will decrease or
cease altogether when the power
setting is reduced.
The appliance has a cooling fan to help
extend the life of the electronics. When
the hob is being used intensively, this
will come on and you will hear a
whirring sound. The fan may continue
to run after the appliance has been
switched off.
– If the pan base is made of layers of
different materials (e.g. in a
sandwiched base), it might emit a
cracking sound.
– Whistling might occur when two
cooking zones are in use and the
bases of the pans are made of layers
of different materials and one of the
linked cooking zones is being
operated with its booster function.
– You might hear a clicking sound from
the electronic switches, especially on
lower settings.
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Induction
Pans
Suitable pans include:
– stainless steel pans with a magnetic
base
– enamelled steel pans
– cast iron pans
Unsuitable pans:
– stainless steel pans without a
magnetic base
– aluminium and copper pans
– glass, ceramic or earthenware pots
and pans
To test whether a pot or pan is suitable
for use on an induction hob, hold a
magnet to the base of the pan. If the
magnet sticks, the pan is suitable.
Please be aware that the properties of
the pan base can affect the eveness
with which food heats up in the pan.
Pan size
To make optimum use of the cooking
zones, choose pans with diameters
larger than the innermost markings but
smaller than the outermost markings. If
the diameter of the pan is smaller than
the innermost marking, the induction
heating will not work. The zone will
behave as if it had no pan on it.
Please note that the maximum diameter
quoted by manufacturers often refers to
the diameter of the top rim of the pot or
pan. The diameter of the base
(generally smaller) is more important.
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Make sure that you always place the
pan in the middle of the cooking
zone. If the pan only partially covers
the zone, the handle could become
very hot.
Operation
Switching on and off
Residual heat indicator
The residual heat indicator remains on
until the induction hob is cool enough to
touch.
Do not touch or place any heat
sensitive objects on the hob while
the residual heat display is still on.
Danger of burning and fire.
Each cooking zone is switched on by
turning the control clockwise a to the
power setting required, and is switched
off by turning the control anticlockwise
b to "0".
Do not turn the control to "0" by
turning it past BI or BI/II.
When a cooking zone is switched on,
the in-operation indicator lights up.
Once it has reached a certain
temperature, the residual heat indicator
also lights up.
After the appliance has been switched
off, the in-operation indicator goes out.
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Operation
Settings
Cooking process
Keeping warm
Melting butter
Dissolving gelatine
Settings*
(
1-2
Making milk puddings
2
Warming small quantities of liquid
Cooking rice
Defrosting frozen vegetables
Cooking pulses
3
Warming liquid and semi-solid foods
Making omelettes and lightly frying eggs
Steaming fruit
Cooking dumplings
4
Steaming vegetables, fish
Defrosting and reheating frozen food
5
Bringing large quantities of food to the boil, e.g. casseroles
Thickening custard and sauces, e.g. hollandaise
Gently frying eggs (without overheating the fat)
6
Gentle braising (without overheating the fat) of meat, fish,
vegetables
Frying pancakes etc.
7
Cooking stew
8
Boiling large quantities of water
Bringing to the boil
9
* These settings are a guide only.
Induction power will vary depending on the size and material of the pan base.
For this reason it is possible that the settings will need to be adjusted slightly to
suit your pans. As you use the hob, you will get to know which settings suit your
pans best.
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Operation
Auto heat-up
Activating Auto heat-up
Continued
cooking setting
Heat-up time
in minutes and
seconds (approx.)
^ Turn the control anticlockwise as far
as it will go and hold in that position
until A appears in the display.
1
0 : 15
2
0 : 15
3
0 : 25
4
0 : 50
If you hold the control for too long, L
will appear in the display which
means that the lock has been
activated (see "Safety features Safety lock").
5
2 : 00
6
5 : 50
7
2 : 50
8
2 : 50
9
-
When Auto heat-up has been activated,
the cooking zone switches on
automatically at the highest setting and
then switches to the continued cooking
setting which you have previously
selected. The heat-up time depends on
which continued cooking setting has
been chosen (see chart).
^ Turn the control clockwise to the
continued cooking setting required.
Auto heat-up will not be activated if you
do not select a continued cooking
setting within 5 seconds.
The continued cooking setting can only
be altered during the first 10 seconds
(approx.) after activating the Auto
heat-up function. At the end of this time,
changing the continued cooking time
will switch the Auto heat-up function off.
An A lights up in the display during the
Auto heat-up phase.
As the higher continued cooking
settings are generally used for frying
food, only a relatively short heat-up time
is needed to heat up the pan initially.
Taking a pan off the zone whilst Auto
heat-up is in operation interrupts the
Auto heat-up. It will resume if a pan is
placed back on the zone within 3
minutes.
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Operation
Booster function
The cooking zones are equipped with
Single (l) or Twin Boosters (I/II) (see
"Guide to the appliance").
When activated, the power is boosted
so that large quantities can be heated
quickly, e.g. boiling water for cooking
pasta. When Booster l or Booster ll is
activated, the cooking zones will
operate with extra power for
10 minutes.
The booster function cannot be used
with two cooking zones at the same
time.
Exception: On the CS 1234, the booster
function can be used with one of the
cooking zones on the left and with one
on the right at the same time.
The cooking zone will automatically
revert to power setting 9 at the end of
the booster time.
Taking a pan off the zone whilst the
booster is in operation interrupts the
booster function. It will resume if a pan
is placed back on the zone within 3
minutes.
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The extra boost of energy is only
available by taking a proportion of
energy away from another cooking
zone. For this reason, the cooking
zones are networked in pairs.
Example:
When selecting the Booster/Twin
Booster level l for a zone, the following
happens within the pairs:
– If Auto heat-up is activated on the
other zone within the pair, this will be
switched off.
– If the other zone within the pair is set
at power setting 9, the power setting
on that zone will be reduced. The
reduced power setting will flash
alternately with C in the display.
If Twin Booster level ll is selected, the
other zone within the networked pair will
be switched off.
0 will flash alternately wtih C in the
display.
Operation
To activate Booster l
^ Turn the control past power setting 9
to BI or BI/II, and then back to 9.
I will appear in the display for the
cooking zone and the B booster
indicator will light up.
To activate Booster II
^ Turn the control past power setting 9
to BI/II, and then back to 9.
I will appear in the display for the
cooking zone and the B booster
indicator will light up.
^ Turn the control past power setting 9
to BI/II, and then back to 9 once
more.
II will appear in the display for the
cooking zone.
To deactivate the Booster function
The Booster function can be cancelled
early.
^ Keep turning the control past power
setting 9 to BI or BI/II and back to 9
until the I or II symbol in the display
goes out; or reduce the power
setting.
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Operation
Keeping warm
Useful tips
Each cooking zone has a keeping
warm function.
Only use pans for keeping food warm.
Cover the pan with a lid.
If the keeping warm function has been
activated, the cooking zone will switch
off automatically after a maximum of 2
hours.
You do not have to stir food while it is
being kept warm.
This function is for keeping food that
has just been cooked warm, i.e.
food that is still hot. It is not for
reheating food that has gone cold.
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Nutrients are lost when food is cooked,
and continue to diminish when food is
kept warm. The longer food is kept
warm for, the greater the loss of
nutrients. Try to ensure that food is kept
warm for as short a time as possible.
Tips on saving energy
– Use a pan lid whenever possible to
minimise heat loss.
uncovered
covered
– Select a smaller pan when cooking
small quantities. A smaller pan uses
less energy than a larger pan with
very little in it.
– Cook with as little water as possible.
– Once food has come to the boil or
the pan is hot for frying, reduce the
heat to a lower setting.
– Cooking times are greatly reduced
when using a pressure cooker.
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Safety features
Safety lock
Safety switch-off
Keep children away from the hob for
their own safety.
Your appliance is equipped with a
safety lock to prevent the hob and
cooking zones being switched on.
Your hob is fitted with a safety
switch-off feature in case you forget to
switch it off yourself.
The safety lock can only be activated
when the cooking zones are switched
off.
Hobs with 2 cooking zones:
The control on the right is used to
activate and deactivate the lock.
Hob with 4 cooking zones:
The control on the outside right is used
to activate and deactivate the lock for
the cooking zones on the right.
The second control from the left is used
to activate and deactivate the lock for
the cooking zones on the left.
To activate the lock:
^ Turn the control anti-clockwise as far
as it will go, and hold in that position
until L appears in the display.
Every time the control is touched after
this, an L will show in the display for
3 seconds.
To deactivate the lock:
^ Turn the control anti-clockwise as far
as it will go, and hold in that position
until the L goes out, and 0 appears
briefly in the display.
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If one of the cooking zones is heated
for an unusually long period of time
(see chart), and the power setting is not
altered, the cooking zone will switch
itself off automatically.
C and 0 will flash alternately in the
display for that cooking zone.
To use the cooking zone again, first
turn the control to "0".
The in-operation indicator and the
display will go out.
Power setting
Maximum
operating time in
hours
1
10
2
5
3
5
4
4
5
3
6
2
7
2
8
2
9
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Safety features
Overheating protection
All the induction coils and the cooling
element for the electronics are fitted
with an overheating protection
mechanism.
To prevent the induction coils and
cooling element from overheating, the
overheating protection mechanism
works on the affected cooking zone or
on the entire hob in the following ways:
– If the booster function is being used,
this will be deactivated.
– If the temperature rises after the
power supply has been reduced, the
cooking zones will switch off.
Other cooking zones may switch off
shortly afterwards.
C and 0 will flash alternately in the
display.
^ Turn the control for the affected
zone(s) to "0".
The cooking zones can be used again
as soon as they have cooled down to a
safe level.
– The power level will be reduced.
– If an induction coil is affected, the
cooking zone with that coil will be
switched off and an H will appear in
the display.
Other cooking zones may switch off
shortly afterwards.
^ Turn the control for the affected
zone(s) to "0".
The cooking zone can only be used
again in the normal way after the H has
gone out.
Overheating can be caused by:
– heating up an empty pan
– fats or oils being heated up on the
highest power setting.
– there being insufficient ventilation to
the underside of the appliance.
If the overheating protection
mechanism triggers again, contact the
Service department.
If the control is not turned back to "0", C
and 0 will flash in the display
alternately. To use the cooking zone
again, first turn the control to "0".
– If the cooling element is affected, the
power supply to the cooking zones
will be reduced.
As soon as the cooling element has
cooled down sufficiently, the cooking
zones will continue operating at the
original power setting.
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Cleaning and care
Miele offer a range of branded cleaning
and conditioning agents for your hob.
See "Optional accessories".
,Under no circumstances use a
steam cleaning appliance to clean
this appliance. The steam could
reach the electrical components and
cause a short circuit.
The appliance should be cleaned after
each use. Let it cool down to room
temperature.
To avoid water marks and limescale
deposits use a soft cloth to dry surfaces
that have been cleaned with water.
To avoid damaging the surface or
your hob, do not use:
– cleaning agents containing soda,
alkalines, ammonia, acids or
chlorides,
– cleaning agents containing
descaling agents,
– stain or rust removers,
– abrasive cleaning agents, e.g.
powder cleaners and cream
cleaners,
– solvent-based cleaning agents,
– dishwasher cleaner,
– grill and oven cleaners,
– glass cleaning agents,
– hard, abrasive brushes or sponges,
e.g. pot scourers, brushes or
sponges which have been previously
used with abrasive cleaning agents,
– eraser blocks,
– sharp pointed objects
(these can damage the seal between
the frame and the worktop).
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Cleaning and care
Ceramic surfaces
Stainless steel
Wipe all coarse soiling off using a
damp cloth. Stubborn soiling may need
to be removed with a shielded scraper
blade.
The ceramic and stainless steel hob
cleaner is suitable for cleaning stainless
steel surfaces (see "Optional
accessories").
To help prevent resoiling, we
recommend a stainless steel
conditioner (see "Accessories").
Apply sparingly with a soft cloth.
Then clean the hob with a suitable
ceramic and stainless steel hob cleaner
(see "Optional accessories") applied
with kitchen paper or a clean cloth. Do
not apply cleaner whilst the hob is still
hot, as this could result in marking.
Please follow the manufacturer's
instructions.
Finally, wipe the hob with a damp cloth,
then polish with a soft, dry cloth. Ensure
that all cleaner residues are removed.
Residues can burn onto the hob the
next time it is used, and cause damage
to the ceramic surface.
Do not use stainless steel cleaning
agents on printed surfaces. This
would rub off the print. These areas
should be only cleaned with an
E-Cloth or with a solution of warm
water and a little washing-up liquid
applied with a soft sponge.
Spots caused by limescale, water and
aluminium residues (spots with a
metalic appearance) can be removed
using ceramic hob and stainless steel
cleaner.
Should any sugar, plastic or
aluminium foil spill or fall on to a hot
cooking zone while it is in use, first
switch off the appliance. Then carefully
scrape off all the sugar, plastic or
aluminium residues from the hob whilst
they are still hot using a shielded
scraper blade. Take good care: danger
of burning.
Allow the cooking zone to cool down,
and then clean as described above
with a suitable proprietary ceramic hob
and stainless steel cleaner.
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Problem solving guide
,Installation work and repairs to
electrical appliances must only be
carried out by a suitably qualified
and competent person in strict
accordance with current local and
national safety regulations (BS 7671
in the UK). Repairs and other work
by unqualified persons could be
dangerous. The manufacturer
cannot be held liable for
unauthorised work.
What to do if ...
... the cooking zones do not heat up.
Check whether the mains fuse has
tripped. If it has, reset the trip switch.
If there is still a problem, turn the
control to "0", and disconnect the
appliance from the electricity supply for
approx. 1 minute.
If the hob still will not switch on, contact
a qualified electrician or the Miele Service Department.
... ß is flashing in a cooking zone
display.
Check whether
– the zone was switched on by mistake
without a pan on it.
– the pan being used is suitable for
use on an induction zone, and that it
is large enough (see "Pans").
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... C flashes alternately with a power
level in a cooking zone display.
The power level on this cooking zone
has been reduced because the booster
has been activated on the cooking
zone which is paired with it.
... C flashes alternately with 0 in a
cooking zone display.
The cooking zone has switched off
because
– Twin booster level ll has been
activated on the cooking zone which
is paired with it.
– There is no pan on the cooking zone,
or the pan is unsuitable.
– the overheating protection
mechanism has been triggered (see
section "Protection from
overheating").
... after a cooking zone has been
switched on for few seconds the "d"
symbol appears in the display and
the cooking zone does not heat up.
The hob is in demonstration mode.
To deactivate demonstration mode turn
the right control twice briefly for less
than one second anticlockwise as far
as it will go and then turn it again and
hold for approx. 3 seconds.
Problem solving guide
... after the cooking zone has been
switched on for a few seconds L
appears in the display.
... the food in the pan hardly heats up
or does not heat up at all when the
Auto heat-up function is switched on.
The safety lock has been activated (see
"Safety lock").
This could be because:
... H appears in one of the cooking
zone displays.
– the pan is not conducting heat
properly.
The overheating protection mechanism
has been triggered (see "Overheating
protection").
Select a higher continued cooking
setting next time or start cooking at the
highest setting and then turn down to a
lower setting manually later on.
... F appears in one of the cooking
zone displays.
The temperature sensor for that
cooking zone is defective. This cooking
zone can no longer be used. Call the
Service Department.
... one or more cooking zones has
switched itself off automatically.
– there is too much food in the pan.
... the cooling fan continues to run
after the appliance has been
switched off.
This is not a fault. The fan will continue
running until the appliance has cooled
down. It will then switch itself off
automatically.
The safety switch-off feature or the
overheating protection mechanism has
been triggered (see "Safety switch-off"
and "Overheating protection").
... the Booster has deactivated early
automatically.
The overheating protection mechanism
has been triggered (see "Overheating
protection").
... the cooking zone is not working in
the usual way at the power level set.
The overheating protection mechanism
has been triggered (see "Overheating
protection").
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Optional accessories
Miele branded cleaning and conditioning products are
available for your appliance.
These can be ordered via the internet at
www.miele-shop.com or from Miele (see back cover for
contact details).
Ceramic and stainless steel hob cleaner 250 ml
Removes heavy soiling, limescale deposits and aluminium
residues
Stainless steel conditioning agent 250 ml
Removes water marks, flecks and finger prints.
Helps keep the appliance looking good for longer.
E-Cloth (microfibre cloth)
Removes finger marks and light soiling.
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Safety instructions for installation
Fit the wall units and extractor hood
before fitting the appliance to avoid
damaging the surface.
~ The veneer or laminate coatings of
worktops (or adjacent kitchen units)
must be treated with 100 °C
heat-resistant adhesive which will not
dissolve or distort.
Any backmoulds must be of
heat-resistant material.
~ This appliance must not be installed
over a dishwasher, washing machine,
tumble dryer, refrigerator or freezer.
The high temperatures radiated by
hobs could damage the appliance
below.
~ The minimum safety distances given
on the following pages must be
observed.
All dimensions in this instruction booklet
are given in mm.
~ This appliance may only be used in
mobile installations if a risk assessment
of the installation has been carried out
by a suitably qualified engineer.
~ After installation, ensure that the
connection cable is without hindrance
and that there is no mechanical
obstruction which could damage it,
such as a drawer.
~ If an interim shelf is installed under
the appliance, there must be a
minimum gap of 40 mm between the
top of the shelf and the underside of the
appliance.
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Safety instructions for installation
Safety distance above the appliance
A minimum safety distance must be
maintained between the appliance and
the cooker hood above it. See the
cooker hood manufacturer's operating
and installation instructions for details.
If the manufacturer's instructions are
not available for the cooker hood, a
minimum safety distance of at least
760 mm must be maintained. For any
flammable objects, e.g. utensil rails,
wall units etc. a minimum distance of at
least 760 mm must be maintained
between them and the appliance
below.
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When two or more appliances are
installed together below a cooker hood,
e.g. an induction hob or wok and a gas
hob, which have different safety
distances given in the installation
instructions, you should select the
greater distance of the two.
Safety instructions for installation
Safety distances to the sides of the
appliance
Ideally the appliance should be
installed with plenty of space on either
side. There may be a wall at the rear
and a tall unit or wall at one side. On
the other side, however, no unit or
divider should stand higher than the
built-in appliance (see illustrations).
Due to the high temperatures radiated
by the appliance, it is essential that a
minimum distance of 50 mm is
maintained between the worktop
cut-out and the back wall.
Recommended
The minimum distance a between the
worktop cut-out and a wall or tall unit to
the right or left of it is:
40 mm
for
CS 1212
CS 1221
CS 1234 / CS 1234-1
CS 1223
50 mm
for
CS 1112
CS 1122
CS 1134
CS 1326
CS 1411
100 mm for
CS 1012
CS 1013
150 mm for
CS 1421
CS 1312
CS 1322
200 mm for
CS 1034
250 mm for
CS 1011
CS 1018
CS 1021
Not recommended
Not allowed
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Safety instructions for installation
Safety distance when installing the appliance near a wall with additional
niche cladding
A minimum safety distance must be maintained between the worktop cut-out and
any niche cladding to protect it from heat damage.
If the niche cladding is made from a combustible material (e. g. wood) a
minimum safety distance e of 50 mm must be maintained between the cut-out
and the cladding.
If the niche cladding is made from a non-combustible material (e. g. metal,
natural stone, ceramic tiles) a minimum safety distance e of 50 mm less the
thickness of the cladding must be maintained between the cut-out and the
cladding.
Example: 15 mm niche cladding
50 mm - 15 mm = minimum safety distance of 35 mm
a Masonry
b Niche cladding
Dimension x = thickness of niche cladding material
c Worktop
d Worktop cut-out
e Minimum safety distance
for combustible materials is 50 mm
for non-combustible materials is 50 mm less dimension x
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Appliance and building-in dimensions
CS 1212
a Spring clamps
b Front
c Casing depth
d Casing depth including mains connection box with mains connection cable,
L = 1,440 mm
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Appliance and building-in dimensions
CS 1221
a Spring clamps
b Front
c Casing depth
d Casing depth including mains connection box with mains connection cable,
L = 1,440 mm
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Appliance and building-in dimensions
CS 1234
a Spring clamps
b Front
c Casingdepth
d Casing depth including mains connection box with mains connection cable,
L = 2,000 mm
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Preparing the worktop
^ Make the worktop cut-out for one or
more appliances as applicable.
Remember to maintain a minimum
safety distance from the back wall,
as well as from any tall unit or side
wall to the right or left of the
appliance.
See "Safety instructions for
installation".
^ Seal the cut surfaces with a suitable
heat-resistant sealant to avoid
swelling caused by moisture.
Make sure that sealant does not
come in contact with the top of the
worktop.
If, during installation, you find that the
seals on the corners of the frame are
not flush with the worktop surface,
the corner radius (ß R4) can be
carefully scribed to fit.
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Installation of several appliances
When installing two or more appliances next to each other a spacer bar b must
be used between each one.
See "Fixing the spring clamps and spacer bars".
Worktop cut-out
- two appliances
Worktop cut-out
- three appliances
To calculate the cut-out width (D) required:
Add up the widths of each appliance (e.g. width A + B + C etc.) and subtract
16 mm from this figure
(i.e. 8 mm is taken off either end of the appliance run).
Number of
appliances
Appliance width in mm Worktop cut-out in mm
1
288
288 - 16 = 272
2
288, 288
288 + 288 - 16 = 560
2
288, 380
288 + 380 - 16 = 652
3
288, 288, 288
288 + 288 + 288 - 16 = 848
3
288, 288, 380
288 + 288 + 380 - 16 = 940
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Installation of several appliances
a Spring clamps
b Spacer bars
c Gap between spacer bar and worktop
d Sealing strip
The illustration shows a worktop cut-out with spring clamps a and spacer bars b
for 3 appliances.
An additional spacer bar is required for each additional appliance. The position
for securing each additional spacer bar will depend on the width of appliance B
(288 mm / 380 mm / 576 mm).
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Fixing the spring clamps and spacer bars
Wooden worktops
^ Position the spring clamps supplied
a and spacer bars b on the top
edge of the cut-out in the positions
marked.
^ Secure the spring clamps and
spacer bars with the 3.5 x 25 mm
screws supplied.
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Fixing the spring clamps and spacer bars
Granite and marble worktops
The screws are not required for
granite or marble worktops.
^ Apply silcone to the side edges and
the lower edges of the spring clamps
a and spacer bars b.
^ Position and secure the spring
clamps a and spacer bars b using
strong, double-sided adhesive tape
c.
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^ Then fill gap e between the spacer
bars and the worktop with silicone
from the tube supplied.
Installing the appliance(s)
^ Feed the connection cable down
through the cut-out.
^ Starting at the front, position the next
appliance in the worktop cut-out.
^ Starting at the front, position the
appliance in the worktop cut-out.
^ Connect each appliance to the mains
(see "Electrical connection").
^ Using both hands, press down
evenly on the sides of the appliance
until it clicks into position. When
doing this make sure that the seal
under the appliance sits flush with
the worktop on all sides. This is
important to ensure an effective seal
all round. Do not use sealant.
^ Check that each appliance works
correctly.
Once installed, the hob can be
removed using a special tool.
It can also be pushed up out of the
cut-out from below. It must be
pushed up from the back first.
When installing several appliances, a
sealing strip must be fitted into each
spacer bar.
^ Push the appliance to the side until
the long slots in the spacer bar can
be seen.
^ Fit the sealing strip d into the long
slots in the spacer bar b.
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General installation tips
Tiled worktop
Do not use any sealant unless
expressly instructed to do so. The
sealing strip under the edge of the top
part of the appliance provides a
sufficient seal for the worktop.
Do not use sealant between the
frame of the top part of the
appliance and the worktop.
This could cause difficulties if the
appliance ever needs to be taken
out for servicing and possibly result
in damage to the frame or the
worktop.
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Grout lines a and the hatched area
underneath the appliance must be
smooth and even. If they are not, the
appliance frame will not sit flush with
the worktop and the sealing strip will
not provide a good seal between the
appliance and the worktop.
Electrical connection
All electrical work should be carried
out by a suitably qualified and
competent person in strict
accordance with current local and
national safety regulations (BS 7671
in the UK).
Connection should be made via a fused
plug and switched socket or a double
pole fused spur connection unit, or a
suitable isolator (as appropriate) which
complies with national and local safety
regulations and the on/off switch should
be easily accessible after the appliance
has been built in.
If the connection cable is damaged,
it must be replaced by a suitably
qualified electrician with a special
connection cable of type H 05 V V-F
(pvc insulated), available from Miele.
If the switch is not accessible after
installation (depending on country) an
additional means of disconnection must
be provided for all poles.
Installation, repairs and other work
by unqualified persons could be
dangerous. The manufacturer
cannot be held liable for
unauthorised work.
Ensure power is not supplied to the
appliance until after installation or
repair work has been carried out.
The appliance must only be
operated when built-in. This is to
ensure that all electrical parts are
shielded. Live parts must not be
exposed.
Do not connect the appliance to the
mains electricity supply by an
extension lead. These do not
guarantee the required safety of the
appliance.
Please make sure that the connection
data quoted on the data plate match
the household mains supply.
For extra safety it is advisable to protect
the appliance with a suitable residual
current device (RCD).
When switched off there must be an
all-pole contact gap of at least 3 mm in
the isolator switch (including switch,
fuses and relays).
Important U.K.
The appliance is supplied for
connection to a 230-240 V, 50 Hz
supply with a 3-core cable.
The wires in the mains lead are
coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Green/yellow = earth
Blue
= neutral
Brown
= live
WARNING
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED
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Electrical connection
Important
The electrical safety of this appliance
can only be guaranteed when
continuity is complete between the
appliance and an effective earthing
system, which complies with local and
national regulations. It is most important
that this basic safety requirement is
present and tested regularly and if
there is any doubt the electrical wiring
in the home should be inspected by a
qualified electrician. The manufacturer
cannot be held liable for the
consequences of an inadequate
earthing system such as an electric
shock.
The manufacturer cannot be held
liable for damage which is the direct
or indirect result of incorrect
installation or connection.
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Electrical connection
Wiring diagram CS 1234
a b c
L1
L2
d
L3
-
N
200-240 V~
200 - 240 V~
200 - 240 V~
a b c
L1
L2
d
-
N
(L3)
200 - 240 V~
200 - 240 V~
a b c
L1
d
-
N
(L2)
200 - 240 V~
N.B. This appliance is supplied
single phase only in the U.K.
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After sales service, data plate
In the event of any faults which you cannot remedy yourself, or if the appliance is
under guarantee, please contact:
– Your Miele dealer, or
– the Miele Customer Contact Centre (see back cover for address).
Please note that telephone calls may be monitored and recorded to improve
our service.
When contacting Miele, please quote the model and serial number of your
appliance which are given on the data plate.
N.B. A call-out charge will be applied for service visits where the problem
could have been resolved as described in these instructions.
Space in which to stick the extra data plate supplied with the appliance. Ensure
that the model number is the same as the one on the front of these instructions.
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