Miele 51413157NAM Operating and Installation instructions

Miele 51413157NAM Operating and Installation instructions
Operating and Installation instructions
Washing Machine
PW 413
PW 418
To prevent accidents and machine damage, read
these instructions before installation or use.
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M.-Nr. 10 662 350
Caring for the environment
Disposal of packaging material
Energy saving tips
The cardboard box and packing materials
protect the machine during shipping. They
have been designed to be biodegradable
and recyclable.
Energy and water consumption
Ensure that any plastic wrappings, bags,
etc. are disposed of safely and kept out of
the reach of children.
Disposal of your old machine
Old electrical machines often still contain
valuable materials. However, they also contain harmful substances that were essential
for the proper functioning and safe use of
the equipment. Handling these materials improperly or disposing of them in your household waste can be harmful to your health
and the environment. Therefore, please do
not dispose of your old machine with regular household waste.
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– Water consumption and energy usage are
determined by the size of the load.
To make the most out of your machine
load the maximum dry load for the program you are using.
Detergent
– Do not exceed the amounts of detergent
recommended by the manufacturer on the
packaging.
– Reduce the amount of detergent for
smaller loads.
When drying with a tumble dryer
Selecting the highest possible spin speed
for the wash program will save energy when
drying in a tumble dryer afterwards.
Contents
Caring for the environment ................................................................................................ 2
Disposal of your old machine................................................................................................ 2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................................. 7
Notes on using chlorine bleach...................................................................................... 13
Antichlorine treatment .................................................................................................... 13
Description of the machine (with detergent compartment) .......................................... 15
Models with detergent dispenser drawer (WEK) ................................................................. 15
Operating the washing machine ...................................................................................... 16
Control panel ....................................................................................................................... 16
Function buttons ................................................................................................................. 17
Preparing for use ...............................................................................................................
Commissioning....................................................................................................................
Preparing the laundry ..........................................................................................................
Max. load.............................................................................................................................
Loading the washing machine.............................................................................................
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Washing with detergent compartment............................................................................
Adding detergent using the detergent dispenser compartment. ........................................
Bleaching agent...................................................................................................................
Dyes, dye removers and descaling agents .........................................................................
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Washing without detergent compartment ......................................................................
Dispensing quantities ..........................................................................................................
Commissioning the dispenser pumps.................................................................................
Continuing program after "Dispensing system fault" message ..........................................
Dispenser calibration...........................................................................................................
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Washing..............................................................................................................................
Detergent dispensing ..........................................................................................................
Detergent dispensing .....................................................................................................
Detergent dispensing quantity .......................................................................................
Water hardness levels ....................................................................................................
Starting a program ..............................................................................................................
Opening the door after the program has finished ...............................................................
Procedure in the event of a program abort .........................................................................
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Program chart - BASIC VERSION ....................................................................................
Cottons Hygiene program ...................................................................................................
Cottons Universal / Eco short 122 °F (50 °C) ......................................................................
Minimum iron program ........................................................................................................
Delicates / Woolens programs ............................................................................................
Separate rinse program ......................................................................................................
Separate spin program .......................................................................................................
Separate drain program ......................................................................................................
Starch program ...................................................................................................................
"Clean machine" program ...................................................................................................
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Program chart - MOPSTAR............................................................................................... 37
Contract cleaning programs................................................................................................ 37
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Mop program.......................................................................................................................
Information on Mops...+ finish program .........................................................................
Information on Mops finish program ..............................................................................
Mop loads (cotton) .........................................................................................................
Mop loads (microfiber) ...................................................................................................
Cleaning cloth programs .....................................................................................................
Information on Cloths standard program .......................................................................
Information on Cloths...+ finish program........................................................................
Information on Cloths finish program.............................................................................
Pads program ......................................................................................................................
Mats program ......................................................................................................................
Curtains program.................................................................................................................
Program without spin, curtains ......................................................................................
Cottons Universal program .................................................................................................
Separate rinse program ......................................................................................................
Separate spin program .......................................................................................................
Separate drain program ......................................................................................................
"Clean machine" program ...................................................................................................
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Program chart - SLUICE ...................................................................................................
Sluice programs ..................................................................................................................
Sluice program ....................................................................................................................
Disinfection programs .........................................................................................................
"Clean machine" program ...................................................................................................
Separate drain program ......................................................................................................
Cottons Hygiene program ...................................................................................................
Minimum iron program ........................................................................................................
Delicates programs .............................................................................................................
Curtains program.................................................................................................................
Separate rinse program ......................................................................................................
Separate spin program .......................................................................................................
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Program chart - LAUNDROMAT.......................................................................................
Laundromat program chart .................................................................................................
Cottons Universal programs................................................................................................
Comforter programs ............................................................................................................
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Additional functions ..........................................................................................................
Start time.............................................................................................................................
Setting a start time .........................................................................................................
Cancelling the start time ................................................................................................
With Pre-wash .....................................................................................................................
Selecting pre-wash.........................................................................................................
Starch ..................................................................................................................................
Adding from the dispenser drawer .................................................................................
Adding directly to the drum............................................................................................
Without spin ........................................................................................................................
Canceling a program ...........................................................................................................
Cancelling a locked program...............................................................................................
Communication module ......................................................................................................
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Optional modules .............................................................................................................. 59
Liquid dispensing (optional for machines with detergent compartment) ............................ 59
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Continuing program after "Dispensing system fault" message ..........................................
Dispensing quantities ..........................................................................................................
Commissioning the dispenser pumps.................................................................................
Dispenser calibration...........................................................................................................
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Problem solving guide ......................................................................................................
Opening the door and drain valve in an emergency ...........................................................
Service interval and BGR display ...................................................................................
Fault messages ..............................................................................................................
Technical service ............................................................................................................
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Frequently Asked Questions ............................................................................................
Problem solving guide .........................................................................................................
The program does not start.................................................................................................
An unsatisfactory wash result .............................................................................................
General problems with the washing machine .....................................................................
To continue a program after an interruption to the power supply .......................................
Possible reasons for increased levels of foaming ...............................................................
Stretching of large items .....................................................................................................
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Cleaning and care .............................................................................................................
Cleaning and care ...............................................................................................................
Build-up of rust....................................................................................................................
Cleaning the detergent dispenser drawer and siphon ........................................................
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Installation and connection ..............................................................................................
Installing the washing machine ...........................................................................................
General operating conditions ..............................................................................................
Facilitating maintenance......................................................................................................
Installation on a base ..........................................................................................................
Shipping struts ....................................................................................................................
Remove the shipping struts. ...............................................................................................
Water connection ................................................................................................................
Connection to the cold water supply ..................................................................................
Dispensing agent connection to the liquid dispensing mixing compartment .....................
Drainage ..............................................................................................................................
Electrical connection ...........................................................................................................
Connecting the dispenser pumps .......................................................................................
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Control panel ..................................................................................................................... 81
Control panel ....................................................................................................................... 81
Function buttons ................................................................................................................. 81
General information .......................................................................................................... 83
Overview of function levels ................................................................................................. 83
Access to supervisor level / changing the password .................................................... 84
Password............................................................................................................................. 84
Change password ............................................................................................................... 85
Language / Time, Date......................................................................................................
Main menu options..............................................................................................................
Language option .................................................................................................................
Time, Date option ................................................................................................................
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Dispensing option ............................................................................................................. 88
Dispensing option ............................................................................................................... 88
Settings option .................................................................................................................. 90
Sub-menu options:.............................................................................................................. 90
Memory function ................................................................................................................. 91
Unit options ......................................................................................................................... 91
Buzzer.................................................................................................................................. 93
Maximum temperature ........................................................................................................ 93
Display standby................................................................................................................... 93
Contrast setting ................................................................................................................... 94
Time of day.......................................................................................................................... 94
Date display......................................................................................................................... 94
Dispenser calibration........................................................................................................... 95
Dispensing throughput (D1 to D13) ..................................................................................... 96
Dispensing correction factor (D1 to D13) ............................................................................ 97
Dispenser level reminder (D1 to D13).................................................................................. 98
Password............................................................................................................................. 99
Medium water pressure....................................................................................................... 99
Heat ..................................................................................................................................... 99
Customer details ................................................................................................................. 99
Currency ............................................................................................................................ 100
Technical data..................................................................................................................
PW 413 machine data .......................................................................................................
Electrical connection ....................................................................................................
Installation dimensions.................................................................................................
Weight and floor load ...................................................................................................
Emission levels .............................................................................................................
Product safety ..............................................................................................................
PW 418 machine data .......................................................................................................
Electrical connection ....................................................................................................
Installation dimensions.................................................................................................
Weight and floor load ...................................................................................................
Emission levels .............................................................................................................
Product safety ..............................................................................................................
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This washing machine 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 machine, please read these instructions carefully before using it for the first time. They contain important information on its
safety, installation, use and maintenance.
If other persons are being shown how to operate the machine, they must be given or informed of these important safety instructions.
Keep these operating instructions in a safe place and pass them on to any future user.
Proper use
 The washing machine is designed for industrial use.
 The washing machine is intended for use in a industrial environment.
 If the washing machine is operated in a industrial environment, it must only be operated
by instructed / trained personnel or specialists. If the machine is operated in a publically
accessible area, the operator must ensure its safe use.
 This washing machine is only intended for items of laundry which have not been impregnated with dangerous or inflammable substances.
 Only machine wash articles which have a care label stating that they are suitable for machine washing or for wet cleaning.
 This machine must be used as described in these instructions and must be checked on
a regular basis to make sure it is functioning correctly. Maintenance must be carried out
when necessary.
 The washing machine is not intended for outdoor use.
 Do not install the washing machine in a room where there is a risk of frost. Frozen hoses
may burst or split. The reliability of the electronic control unit may be impaired at temperatures below freezing point.
 The machine must not be used in a non-stationary location (e.g. on a ship).
 This washing machine can only be used by people with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience or knowledge, if they are supervised while using
it or have been shown how to use it in a safe way and understand and recognize the consequences of incorrect operation.
 Children must be kept away from the washing machine unless they are constantly supervised.
 Please supervise children in the vicinity of the washing machine and do not let them
play with it.
 Disinfection programs must not be interrupted as this could compromise the result. It is
the operator's responsibility to ensure that the standard of disinfection in thermal as well as
chemo thermal procedures is maintained (in accordance with local and national health and
safety regulations) by carrying out suitable validation tests.
 Any uses other than those listed above are prohibited. The manufacturer accepts no liability in such cases.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Preventing problems
 Do not use chemical cleaning agents such as those used for dry cleaning in this machine.
Danger of fire or explosion.
 When washing with high temperatures please be aware that the porthole glass can get
hot.
Danger of burning.
 Close the drum door after each cycle. This is to avoid the risk of children trying to climb
into the machine or hide things it and animals getting into the drum.
 Do not damage, remove or bypass the safety components or control elements of this
washing machine.
 Machines with a damaged control panel, wires, or cables must not be used until they
have been repaired.
 Water used for washing in this machine is not drinking water. It must be discharged into
a proper drainage system in accordance with local codes.
 Always make sure that the drum is stationary before reaching in to remove laundry.
Reaching into a moving drum is extremely dangerous.
 When closing the door take care not to trap extremities between the door and the frame.
Caution! The door locks automatically as soon as the program starts.
 If the detergent compartment drawer is open and the chute is missing, there is a danger
of scalding from splashing water.
Do not operate the machine if any of its components are missing!
 Always follow the instructions of the chemical manufacturer when using cleaning agents
and special application chemicals. Only use such chemicals for the purpose and in the situation specified by the manufacturer in order to avoid the danger of adverse chemical reactions and material damage.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Technical safety
 Installation and repair work to electrical machines must only be carried out by a qualified
person in strict accordance with current local and national safety codes. Repairs and other
work by unqualified persons could be dangerous.
 Before setting up the washing machine, check it for any externally visible damage. Do
not install or use a damaged machine.
 The electrical safety of this washing machine can only be guaranteed if it is grounded
properly. It is essential that this standard safety requirement is met. If in any doubt, please
have building's wiring system inspected by a qualified electrician. Miele cannot be held liable for the consequences of an inadequate grounding system (e.g. electric shock).
 Unauthorized repairs could result in unforeseen dangers for the user, for which the manufacturer cannot accept liability. Repairs should only be undertaken by a Miele authorized
service technician, otherwise any subsequent damage will not be covered by the warranty.
 Do not make any alterations to the machine, unless authorized to do so by Miele.
 The machine must be isolated from the power supply when cleaning and maintaining
the machine and in the event of a fault. The machine is only completely isolated from the
power supply when:
– it is switched off at the wall socket and the plug is withdrawn, or
– the fuse is removed from the building wiring or
– the circuit breaker has been tripped.
See "Installation and connection - Electrical connection".
 The machine must only be connected to the on-site water supply using a new hose kit.
Old hose kits must not be re-used. Check the condition of the hoses regularly so that you
can replace them in good time and avoid the risk of any water damage.
 In the event of a leak, disconnect the washing machine from the power supply immediately and rectify the cause of the leak before using the washing machine again.
 In the case of a fault with the steam heating there can be increased temperatures in the
vicinity of the door, the detergent compartment panel and in the drum interior (especially at
the edges). Danger of burning.
This only applies for machines with steam heating.
 Faulty components may only be replaced by Miele original parts. Only when these parts
are fitted can Miele guarantee the safety standards of the machine.
 If this machine is being used in a industrial environment, please ensure that all relevant
health and safety regulations are obeyed and testing is carried out in compliance with local
and national regulations. The test book for all necessary test documentation is available
from Miele Technical Service.
 Please observe the instructions in "Installation and connection" and "Technical data".
 The plug (if so equipped) for the washing machine must always be kept accessible so
that it can be easily disconnected from the power supply.
 If the machine is hard wired, a quick means of disconnect must be installed.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 For hard-wired machines, a quick means of disconnect must be provided on site. The
isolator must be located in the immediate vicinity of the washing machine and be easily
recognizable, accessible without hindrance and easy to operate.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Correct use
 The maximum dry laundry weight for the PW 413 is 31 lb (14 kg) and for the PW 418 it is
44 lb (20 kg). See the "Program chart" for the maximum recommended loads for individual
programs.
 Before using the machine for the first time, check that the shipping struts at the rear of
the machine have been removed (see "Installation - Removing the shipping struts"). During
spinning, a shipping strut which is still in place may result in damage to both the machine
and adjacent furniture or appliances.
 Never try to open the washing machine door using force. The door can only be opened
when a corresponding message appears in the display.
 Do not push the swinging unit of the machine backwards while the machine is in operation.
 When closing the door there is a danger of crushing and shearing between the door
frame and the drum opening and also the hinges. Take care as the door locks automatically when the machine starts!
 Turn off the water supply if the machine is to be left for any length of time (e.g. vacation),
especially if there is no floor drain (gully) in the immediate vicinity.
 Take care to ensure that foreign objects (e.g. nails, pins, coins, paper clips) do not find
their way into the machine with the laundry. These may damage components of the machine (e.g. suds container, drum), which in turn can result in damage to the laundry.
 If the correct amount of detergent is dispensed, the machine should not need to be
descaled. If, however, you do wish to descale it, only use proprietary non-corrosive descaling agents and strictly observe the instructions on the packaging. A special descaling
agent is available to order from Miele (see "Optional accessories").
 Textiles which have been pre-treated in solvent based cleaning agents must be thoroughly rinsed in clean water before being placed in the machine.
 Do not use solvent based cleaning agents, e.g. those containing benzene, in this machine, as this may result in damage to component parts and create toxic fumes. Such
agents also pose a fire and explosion hazard.
 Do not store or use benzene, petrol, paraffin, or other easily flammable liquids near the
machine. Do not use the machine lid as a resting place.
Danger of fire or explosion.
 Do not store chemicals (liquid detergent etc.) on the machine lid. They can damage lacquered surfaces and cause discoloration. Accidental chemical spillages must be thoroughly removed using a wet cloth.
 A fan outlet is located on the rear of the tumble dryer. This area must not be blocked.
Please ensure that the minimum gap required, as shown on the installation drawing, is
maintained.
 Only use dyes specified by the manufacturer as being suitable for use in a domestic
washing machine. Always observe the manufacturer's instructions carefully.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 Color run and dye removers contain sulphur compounds which can cause damage such
as corrosion. Use these products only if the manufacturer expressly states that they are
suitable for use in a washing machine.
 The stainless steel surfaces must not come into contact with liquid cleaning and disinfecting agents which contain chlorine or sodium hypochlorite. These agents can have a
corrosive effect on stainless steel. Aggressive vapors containing chlorine can also be corrosive. Do not store containers of these agents near the machine.
 Do not use a power washer or hose to clean the machine.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Chlorine and component damage
 Frequent use of chlorine products increases the risk of damage to components.
Notes on using chlorine bleach
The use of agents containing chlorine, such as sodium hypochlorite and chlorine bleach in
powder form, can damage the protective upper surface of stainless steel and cause corrosion to components. Factors affecting this are chlorine concentration levels, contact time,
and temperature. It is therefore advisable to avoid the use of such agents. Oxygen based
bleaching agents should be used instead.
If you still need to use chlorine-based bleach for specific soiling, you will need to perform a
neutralizing step each time. If this is not done machine components and laundry can suffer
irreparable damage.
Antichlorine treatment
Anti-chlorine treatment has to be carried out immediately after chlorine bleach has been
used. The use of hydrogen peroxide or an oxygen based cleaning or bleaching agent is
recommended and the laundry should not be drained in between.
With thiosulfate, especially when used with hard water, gypsum can form, which can lead
to incrustations on laundry or deposits in the machine, on the laundered items or a buildup of deposits in the machine. The use of hydrogen peroxide is preferable as it aids the
chlorine neutralizing process.
The exact quantity of additives and the treatment temperatures required must be set and
tested on site in accordance with the dosage recommendations of the detergent and additive manufacturers. The laundry must also be tested to check whether it contains any active chlorine residues.
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Accessories
 Accessory parts may only be fitted when expressly approved by Miele. If other parts are
used, any claims from the warranty will be void.
Disposal of your old machine
 Before disposing of a washing machine, render the door lock inoperable so that children
cannot lock themselves in the machine by mistake and endanger their lives.
Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by failure to comply with these safety instructions and warnings.
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Description of the machine (with detergent compartment)
Models with detergent dispenser drawer (WEK)
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②
⑯ ⑦
⑧⑨⑧
⑩
⑬
③
④
⑪
⑫
⑮
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a Display
see "Control panel"
b Emergency shut-off switch
see "Control panel"
c Door handle
i Hot water connection
j 2 x hard water connection
(Optional)
k Connections for external dispenser
pumps
d Drum door
l Vapor extraction / free outlet Type AB
e Four height adjustable feet
m Communication module slot
f Detergent dispenser drawer
g Electrical connection
h Cold water connection
XKM RS232 communication module available as an optional accessory.
n Drain valve
o Cold water connection for liquid dis-
pensing
(Optional)
p Fan casing
See "Installation and connection"
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Operating the washing machine
Control panel
a Display
When the machine is switched on, the welcome screen appears
briefly followed by the first program or the last program started.
b Function buttons
These buttons can be allocated specific functions depending on
the status of the machine. These appear in the display above the
buttons and are highlighted when selected.
The first 6 programs can be selected directly using buttons 1 - 6.
Further programs can be selected by pressing and holding button 6 .
c Start button
The light ring around the button flashes when a selected program
can be started. The selected program starts when the start button
is pressed. After a program has been started, the display content
can be shown again by pressing this button.
d Optical interface PC
Using PC software, data can be transmitted to and from the controls to a PC.
The optical interface on the control panel provides the connection
point.
e Power on
For switching the machine on
f Power off
For switching the machine off
g Emergency shut-off
The emergency shut-off switch puts the machine into a safe state
in the event of danger or in order to prevent danger. The emergency shut-off must be positioned so that it is directly accessible
in the event of an emergency. Caution, the machine is not disconnected from the power supply!
When the hazard has been removed, the switch is released by
turning it clockwise.
When the "START" button is pressed again, the interrupted program continues.
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Operating the washing machine
Function buttons
 Stop/Finish
When a program has started, the right-hand function button acts as a
stop button.
After pressing the button the selected program is stopped, if pressed
again the program is cancelled.
 Block plus.
The program block in question (e.g. Pre-wash) is added to the program.
 Starch stop
Press this button if the laundry is to be starched.
 Without spin
Press this button if a final spin is not required after the final rinse.
 Settings
 Start time
When this button is pressed before starting the program, information
about selecting a start time will appear in the display.
 Back Return to previous display page.
/ Information on next / previous line
 Save
See "Access to supervisor level"
 Water intake
 Program locked
If a program is locked, after 1 minute it can no longer be stopped and
cancelled with the finish button.
 Program unlocked
 Data transfer
 Tone (buzzer) off
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Preparing for use
Commissioning
 The machine should be commissioned by a Miele service technician or an authorized Miele dealer only.
 Open the site non-return valves for water and, if applicable, for
steam.
 Switch the machine on at the site mains switch.
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 Switch on the machine with the I "Power on" button.
PROFESSIONAL
PW 4xx
Welcome
The welcome screen will appear on the display.
1
140°F
Cottons Hygiene
13,0/13,0kg
Main Wash
Rinse
1
2
1025 rpm
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4
5
6
The display varies depending on the selected program.
Tip: The first 6 programs can be selected with buttons 1 - 6.
Other programs can be selected by holding down button 6.
Preparing the laundry
 Empty all pockets.
 Foreign objects (e.g. nails, coins, paper clips, etc.) can cause
damage to fabrics and to components in the machine.
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Preparing for use
Max. load
(dry laundry)
PW 413
PW 418
max. 31 lb (14 kg)
max. 44 lb (20 kg)
Maximum load weights are given in the program chart.
Loading the washing machine
 Switch on the washing machine with the  button.
 Pull the door handle to open the drum door.
 Unfold the laundry and load loosely in the drum. Mixing both large
and small items gives better wash results and also helps distribute
the load evenly during spinning.
The most efficient use of energy and water is achieved when a full
load is washed. However, do not overload as this reduces cleaning
efficiency and causes creases.
Closing the door
 Close the door by pressing it until the pre-latch engages.
 Make sure that no items are caught between the door and the
seal.
The door will engage but not lock. The door locks automatically as
soon as the machine is started.
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Washing with detergent compartment
Adding detergent using the detergent dispenser compartment.
 For standard wash programs add powder detergent for the main
wash to the  compartment and if desired, add detergent for a
pre-wash to the  compartment. Add fabric softener to the front
of the  compartment.
 Add any other liquid agents to the back of the  compartment (if
this has been programmed).
Do not fill compartment  above the level marker with liquid
agents, as they will get through the siphon and into the suds container before needed.
Otherwise they will run straight through the siphon in the suds container.
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Washing with detergent compartment
Bleaching agent
Only use bleach on textiles marked with the Δ symbol on the wash
care label.
Liquid bleaching agents must only be dispensed through the designated dispenser compartment. The agent will then be dispensed automatically during the 2nd rinse. Liquid bleaching agents should only
be used on colored textiles which have a wash care label stating that
they are colour fast and suitable for bleaching.
 Frequent use of chlorine products increases the risk of damage
to components.
Dyes, dye removers and
descaling agents
Proprietary dyes, dye removers and descaling agents may only be
used in this machine if the manufacturer expressly states that they
are suitable for use in a washing machine. Instructions on the packaging must be observed.
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Washing without detergent compartment
Dispensing quantities
Please follow the detergent manufacturer's instructions.
Always follow the instructions of the chemical manufacturer when
using cleaning agents and special application chemicals. Only use
such chemicals for the purpose and in the situation specified by
the manufacturer in order to avoid the danger of adverse chemical
reactions and material damage.
Correct dosage also depends on the viscosity of the liquid detergent.
It should therefore be allowed to settle to room temperature before
being used.
Commissioning the dispenser pumps
Before the liquid dispenser pumps can be used the liquid detergent
must be drawn into the system and the set amount to be dispensed.
Continuing program after "Dispensing system fault"
message
If the dispensing container is empty the pump and the machine
switch off independently. At the same time the machine indicates a
lack of liquid detergent.
Dispensing system fault

Fill dispensing container ??.
Press Start.


 Fill the dispenser container.
 Press the "Start" button to continue the program.
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Washing without detergent compartment
Dispenser calibration
Dispenser calibration is used to measure the throughput of individual
dispenser pumps.
To go directly to
 Press and hold multifunction button 2 and switch the machine on
Dispenser calibrausing Power On .
tion when the maDispensing calibration  Main menu
chine is switched
Dispensing pump 1
off:
Dispensing pump 2


Options:
– Dispenser pump 1 to 13
 Select a dispenser pump.
When a dispenser pump is selected, the following will appear in the
display:
Dispensing calibration  Dispensing pump 1
V:
100 ml
t:
0s
P:
0/1
No


Tip: The dispensing amount can be set from 0 to 9999 ml in 1 ml
steps.
 Press multifunction button 0/1
The dispensing tube will fill up.
 Press the 0/1 button to stop the process.
 Place the hose of the dispenser pump which is being checked at an
upward gradient in a measuring vessel.
 Irritant detergents.
Irritant for skin and eyes
Avoid contact with skin and eyes, wear protective clothing.
 Return to the main menu by pressing  "Back".
Dispensing calibration
 Main menu
Dispensing pump 1
Dispensing pump 2


 Select a dispenser pump.
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Washing without detergent compartment
Dispensing calibration 
V:
100 ml
Dispensing pump 1
t: 0 s
P: No
0/1


 Press multifunction button 0/1 .
Stop the pump by pressing the 0/1 button, or it will stop automatically
after 60 seconds.
 Measure the amount of liquid dispensed into the measuring vessel.
Dispensing calibration  Dispensing pump 1
V:
100 ml
t: 30 s
P: 200 ml/min
0/1


 Enter the measured value into the "V:" field.
The throughput P is calculated in ml/min. by the controls.
 Press the  "Save" button.
The measured value is allocated to the pump.
 Reconnect the hose.
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Washing
Detergent dispensing
Detergent dispensing
Avoid dispensing more than the required amount as this can cause
excessive foaming.
– Only use low foaming detergents.
– Dispense according to the detergent manufacturer's recommendations.
The amount to dispense will depend on:
– the amount of laundry
– the water hardness level in your area
– the type and level of soiling of the laundry
Detergent dispensing quantity
Please dispense according to water hardness levels and follow the
detergent manufacturer's instructions.
Water hardness
levels
Hardness range
gpg
ppm
I (soft)
0 - 8.7
0 - 149
II (medium)
8,7 - 14.6
149 - 249
III (hard)
Above 14.6
Above 249
Check with your local water supplier if you do not know the water
hardness level in your area.
Selecting a program
The first 6 programs can be selected directly using buttons 1 - 6.
6
122 °F
Delicates
13,0/13,0 kg
Main Wash
Rinse
1
2
1025 rpm
3
4
5
6
 Other programs can be selected by pressing and holding button 6
.
Tip: The same applies in other displays for buttons 12 and 18.
8
7
Extra Rinse
13,0/13,0 kg
Rinse
1025 rpm
8
9
10
11
12 
 Select a program by pressing one of the program buttons.
The following (for example) will appear on the display:
6
New mops
122°F
Main Wash
13,0/13,0 kg
Rinse
1
2
1025 rpm
3
4
5
6
25
Washing
Tip: When the program button is pressed again, the additional functions will appear in the last line.
Additional functions
Selecting Prewash, Starch stop
and Without spin
additional functions
 Confirm your program selection by pressing the program button
(e.g. 4).
The following (for example) will appear on the display:
4
Cottons Universal
86 °F
13,0/13,0 kg
Main Wash
Rinse
+

1050 rpm


-+

 If required, add the Pre-wash program block by pressing the 
"Block plus" function button.
When the  "Block plus" function button is pressed, the following
appears on the display:
1
Cottons Hygiene
13,0/13,0 kg
104 °F Pre-wash
140 °F Main Wash
+




-+

The "" field is highlighted on the display.
Tip: The function can be de-selected by pressing the button again.
Tip: Press the  "Starch stop" button to starch the laundry.
Tip: If you do not want a spin after the final rinse, press the  "Without spin" button.
If you do not want to make any further changes to the program:
 Press the "START" button.
The wash program will start.
Changes before
starting the program
Load
Changes can be made before the start of the program, e.g. load, temperature or spin speed:
The load can be entered manually before the start of the program.
4
Cottons Universal
13,0/13,0 kg
86 °F Main Wash
Rinse
1
2
1025 rpm
3
4
5
 Press the program button (e.g. 4).
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6 
Washing
4 Cottons Universal
13,0/13,0 kg
86 °F Main Wash
Rinse
+

1025 rpm

-+


 Press the -+ button.
4
Cottons Universal
13,0/13,0 kg
86 °F Main Wash
Disinfection
OK

1025 rpm


The load display is selected.
 Press the OK button to confirm.
You can now make changes to the display options or input fields.
4 Cottons Universal
86°F
13,0 /13,0 kg
Main Wash
Rinse
-
1025 rpm
OK
+

 Change the load by pressing – or +.
Press the OK button to confirm your changes.
Temperature
Before the program starts, the temperature can be set in 1 °F increments from cold to the maximum temperature.
4
Cottons Universal
13,0/13,0 kg
86 °F Main Wash
Rinse
1
1025 rpm
2
3
4
5
6 
 Press the program button (e.g. 4).
4 Cottons Universal
13,0/13,0 kg
86 °F Main Wash
Rinse
+

1025 rpm

-+


 Press the  button.
4
Cottons Universal
13,0/13,0 kg
86 °F Main Wash
Disinfection

OK
1025 rpm


 Press button  once to select the temperature display.
 Press the OK button to confirm.
You can now make changes to the display options or input fields.
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Washing
4 Cottons Universal
86 °F
13,0 /13,0 kg
Main Wash
Rinse
1025 rpm
OK
-
+

 Change the temperature by pressing – or +.
Press the OK button to confirm your changes.
Spin speed
Before the program starts, the spin speed can be set in 25 rpm increments from 300 to the maximum spin speed.
4
Cottons Universal
13,0/13,0 kg
86 °F Main Wash
Rinse
1
1025 rpm
2
3
4
5
6 
 Press the program button (e.g. 4).
4 Cottons Universal
13,0/13,0 kg
86 °F Main Wash
Rinse
+

1025 rpm

-+


 Press the  button.
4
Cottons Universal
13,0/13,0 kg
86 °F Main Wash
Disinfection

OK
1025 rpm


 Press button  twice to select the spin speed display.
 Press the OK button to confirm.
You can now make changes to the display options or input fields.
4 Cottons Universal
86°F
Main Wash
Rinse
-
13,0 /13,0 kg
OK
1025 rpm
+

 Change the spin speed by pressing – or +.
Press the OK button to confirm your changes.
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Washing
Maximum spin
speeds
PW 413
PW 418
1025 rpm
950 rpm
The maximum spin speeds depend on the selected programs.
Starting a program
 Press the "START" button.
The wash program will start.
Once the program has started, progress is shown on the display.
1
Mops Standard
104 °F Pre-wash
68 °F
140 °F Main Wash
+
Finish at



12:35

In the 2nd line of the display, in this case pre-wash, the current suds
temperature is shown.
1
Mops Standard
140°F Main Wash
Rinse
+

140°F
1
Finish at


12:35

If the pre-wash program block is finished, the main wash program
block will appear in the second line of the display with the current
suds temperature. The next program block, in this case rinse 1, is
shown below.
Tip: The "program finished" display on the right shows the time that
the program will finish.
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Washing
Opening the door after the program has finished
At the end of the program, when the drum has stopped rotating and
no water is left in the machine, the following (for example) appears on
the display:
1
Cottons Hygiene
Program finished
Door can be opened.



At the same time, a buzzer sounds for 5 seconds at the end of the
program.
The door is unlocked automatically.
 Pull the door handle to open the door.
The door catch must be disengaged.
Never use force to open the door!
If the door cannot be opened, follow the instructions in "Opening
the door in an emergency".
 Remove the laundry.
Procedure in the event of a program abort
If the program has been cancelled while there is still water in the machine, during spinning or at a high wash temperature, the door will
not open.
The door is locked.
Do not attempt to open it by force.
The following (for example) will appear on the display:
1
Mops Standard
Program finished. Water in the drum.




 Press the "Drainage"  button or select the "separate spin" pro-
gram and press "START".
1
Mops Standard
Program finished. Drum still rotating.


 Wait until the drum has stopped rotating.
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
Washing
1
Mops Standard
Program finished, machine still hot



 Wait until the laundry has cooled down.
The door can then be opened.
If no further wash programs are planned:
 Switch off the machine with the "Power off" button 0.
 Switch the machine off with the on-site power switch.
 Close the site non-return valves for water and steam.
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Program chart - BASIC VERSION
Cottons Hygiene program
Cottons Hygiene
194°F / 90°C
Type of fabric
Cotton, linen and mixed fiber fabrics, for example
bed linen and toweling
Program sequence
+ Pre-wash 104°F (40°C), optional
Main wash 194°F (90°C), Cool down can be selected
2 rinses
Last rinse hot*
Final spin
Load ratio/Load
size
1:10 - 1:9
PW 413
28 - 31 lb (13 14 kg)
PW 418
39 - 44 lb (18 20 kg)
* The standard programs Cottons Hygiene 90°C (194°F) and Cottons 60°C (140°F) are programmed for hot water rinse.
If hot water is available, we recommend using hot water for the final rinse.
- There is less residual moisture in the laundry after spinning.
- The laundry is already warmed.
- This saves time and energy if the laundry is immediately either dried in a tumble dryer or ironed with a rotary ironer.
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Program chart - BASIC VERSION
Cottons Universal / Eco short 122 °F (50 °C)
Colors
140°F / 60°C
Type of fabric
Normally soiled cotton, linen and mixed fiber fabrics, for example bed linen and toweling
Program sequence
+ Pre-wash 86°F (30°C), optional
Main wash 140°F (60°C) (selectable range cold to
140°F (60°C))
2 rinses
Last rinse hot*
Final spin
Cottons Eco short
122°F / 50°C
Type of fabric
Lightly soiled cotton, linen and mixed fiber fabrics, for example bed linen and toweling
Program sequence
+ Pre-wash 86°F (30°C), optional
Main wash 122°F (50°C)
2 rinses
Final spin
Colors
Load ratio/Load
size
1:10 - 1:9
PW 413
28 - 31 lb (13 - 14
kg)
PW 418
39 - 44 lb (18 - 20
kg)
86°F / 30°C
Type of fabric
Normally soiled cotton, linen and mixed fiber fabrics, for example bed linen and toweling
Program sequence
+ Pre-wash 86°F (30°C), optional
Main wash 86°F (30°C) (selectable range cold to
86°F / 30°C)
2 rinses
Final spin
* The standard programs Cottons Hygiene 194°F (90°C) and Cottons 140°F (60°C) are programmed for hot water rinse.
If hot water is available, we recommend using hot water for the final rinse.
- There is less residual moisture in the laundry after spinning.
- The laundry is already warmed.
- This saves time and energy if the laundry is immediately either dried in a tumble dryer or ironed with a rotary iron.
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Program chart - BASIC VERSION
Minimum iron program
Minimum iron
Type of fabric
Program cycle
140 °F (60 °C)
Normally soiled synthetic fabrics, for example
mixed fiber fabrics
+ Pre-wash 86 °F (30 °C), optional
Main wash 140 °F (60 °C) (selectable range cold
to 140 °F / 60 °C)
2 rinses
Final spin
Load ratio/Load
size
1:20
PW 413 - 14 lb
(6.6 kg)
PW 418 - 19 lb
(9 kg)
Delicates / Woolens programs
Delicates
86 °F (30 °C)
Type of fabric
Synthetic and artificial fibers
Program cycle
Main wash 86 °F (30 °C)
Wash rhythm "gentle"
2 rinses
Final spin
Woolens
86 °F (30 °C)
Type of fabric
Machine washable woolens and wool mixtures
with a woolens care label
Program cycle
Main wash 86 °F (30 °C)
Wash rhythm "very gentle"
2 rinses
Final spin
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Load ratio/Load
size
1:25
PW 413 - 11.5 lb
(5.2 kg)
PW 418 - 15.9 lb
(7.2 kg)
Program chart - BASIC VERSION
Separate rinse program
Separate rinse
Type of fabric
Fabrics that only need to be rinsed and spun
Program cycle
1 rinse
Final spin
Separate spin program
Separate spin
Type of fabric
Items which only need to be spun
Program cycle
Final spin
Separate drain program
Separate drain
Type of fabric
Program cycle
Drainage
Starch program
Starch
Type of fabric
For starching freshly laundered items such as table cloths, napkins and workwear
Program cycle
1 rinse*
Final spin
* Starch concentrates can be added to the front right or back dispenser compartment  before the program starts.
Large quantities of starch solution can be added manually with the water using the dispenser compartments  or .
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Program chart - BASIC VERSION
"Clean machine" program
For cleaning the detergent dispenser drawer, drum, suds container and
the drainage system.
 If you use low temperature or disinfection programs on a regular basis, or to remove
coarse soiling, the Clean machine program should be carried out frequently.
Clean machine
Type of fabric
No load
Program sequence
+ Clean 158 °F / 70°C, optional
2 rinses
* The Cleaning block which takes water in through all inlets and has the temperature increased to 158 °F / 70 °C. can be
selected with this program by pressing the Block Plus button. If the Cleaning block is included in the Maintenance program, detergent needs to be dispensed.
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Program chart - MOPSTAR
Contract cleaning programs
These programs are suitable for washing, disinfecting and conditioning (at various humidity
levels) cotton, blended or microfiber mop covers, polishing pads and cleaning cloths used
in facility management.
To avoid recontamination, the water for the rinse cycles in the disinfection programs is not
supplied via the detergent dispenser.
Mop program
For avoiding large bits of dirt in the machine.
 Shake out the mops before putting them in the machine.
Mops standard*
140 °F (60 °C) / 194 °F (90 °C)
Type of fabric
Cotton, viscose, polyester and microfiber mops
Program cycle
Pre-spin
Pre-rinse
+ 2nd pre-rinse, optional
Main wash 140 °F (60 °C) (selectable: cold to
194 °F / 90 °C), Cool down available
2 rinses
Final spin
Mop thermal disinfection***
194 °F (90 °C)
Type of fabric
Cotton, viscose, polyester and microfiber mops
Program cycle
Pre-spin
Pre-rinse
+ 2nd pre-rinse, optional
Disinfection 194 °F (90 °C), 10 min., Cool down
available
3 rinses
Final spin
Load ratio/Load
size
1:10
PW 413 - 28 lb
(13 kg)
PW 418 - 39 lb
(18 kg)
For number,
see
"Mops per load"
table
* The Cooldown block can be activated if required, e.g. for gently cooling down microfiber mops.
** Program locked. If a program is locked, after 1 minute it can no longer be stopped and cancelled with the finish button.
*** The disinfection parameters for chemo-thermal disinfection (temperature, temperature holding time, and dosages)
must be set on site to suit cleaning agents and disinfectants.
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Program chart - MOPSTAR
Mop chemo-thermal disinfection*****
140 °F (60 °C)
Type of fabric
Cotton, viscose, polyester and microfiber mops
Program cycle
Pre-spin
Pre-rinse
+ 2nd pre-rinse, optional
Disinfection*** 140 °F (60 °C), 20 min.
3 rinses
Final spin
New mops*
Load ratio/Load
size
140 °F (60 °C) / 194 °F (90 °C)
Type of fabric
For washing new mops
Program cycle
Main wash 140 °F (60 °C) (selectable range cold
to 194 °F / 90 °C), Cool down available
2 rinses
Final spin
Mops standard + finish*
140 °F (60 °C) / 194 °F (90 °C)
Type of fabric
Cotton, viscose, polyester and microfiber mops
Program cycle
Program as for Mops standard, then:
Finishing agent, damp
or activate block:
Damp, wet, dripping wet
Mop thermal disinfection
+ finish* **
1:10
PW 413 - 28 lb
(13 kg)
PW 418 - 39 lb
(18 kg)
For number,
see
"Mops per load"
table
194 °F (90 °C)
Type of fabric
Cotton, viscose, polyester and microfiber mops
Program cycle
Program as for Mops thermal disinfection, then:
Finishing agent, damp
or activate block:
Damp, wet, dripping wet
* The Cooldown block can be activated if required, e.g. for gently cooling down microfiber mops.
** Program locked. If a program is locked, after 1 minute it can no longer be stopped and cancelled with the finish button.
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Program chart - MOPSTAR
Mops chemo-thermal dis- 140 °F (60 °C)
infection + finish*****
Type of fabric
Cotton, viscose, polyester and microfiber mops
Program cycle
Program as for Mops chemo-thermal disinfection*, then:
Finishing agent, damp
or activate block:
Damp, wet, dripping wet
Mops finish
Type of fabric
Cotton, viscose, polyester and microfiber mops
Program cycle
1 rinse
Finishing agent, damp
or activate block:
Damp, wet, dripping wet
Load ratio/Load
size
1:10
PW 413 - 28 lb
(13 kg)
PW 418 - 39 lb
(18 kg)
For number,
see
"Mops per load"
table
* The Cooldown block can be activated if required, e.g. for gently cooling down microfiber mops.
** Program locked. If a program is locked, after 1 minute it can no longer be stopped and cancelled with the finish button.
*** The disinfection parameters for chemo-thermal disinfection (temperature, temperature holding time, and dosages)
must be set on site to suit cleaning agents and disinfectants.
Information on Mops...+ finish program
The Mops . . . + finish programs prepare mops for use by treating them with cleaning
agent or disinfectant: a finishing step with a final spin is added after the washing or disinfecting stage.
Amounts dispensed must be set on site and the standard of disinfection must be checked.
Information on Mops finish program
The Mops finish program is suitable for clean and dry mops. A disinfectant solution is
added during finishing.
Amounts dispensed must be set on site and the standard of disinfection must be checked.
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Program chart - MOPSTAR
Mop loads (cotton)
Mop
size/
weight
15 3/4"
(40 cm)
6.7 oz
(190 g)
mops
19 11/16"
(50 cm)
7.7 oz
(220 g)
mops
23 5/8"
(60 cm)
9.8 oz
(280 g)
mops
31 1/2"
(80 cm)
12.7 oz
(360 g)
mops
43 5/16"
(110 cm)
1.1 lb
(510 g)
mops
51 3/16"
(130 cm)
1.3 lb
(610 g)
mops
63"
(160 cm)
1.6 lb
(720 g)
mops
PW 413
68
59
46
36
25
21
18
PW 418
95
82
64
50
35
30
25
Tip: More microfiber mops can be washed per load as they are lighter.
Mop loads (microfiber)
Mop size/weight
15 3/4" (40 cm)
4.2 oz (20 g) mops
19 11/16" (50 cm)
6 oz (170 g) mops
PW 413
108
76
PW 418
150
106
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Program chart - MOPSTAR
Cleaning cloth programs
Cloths standard
140 °F (60 °C)
Type of fabric
Cotton, viscose, polyester and microfiber cleaning cloths
Program cycle
Pre-rinse
+ Pre-wash 86°F (30 °C), optional
Main wash cold to 140 °F (60 °C), 10 min.
2 rinses
Final spin
Cloths thermal disinfection* **
194 °F (90 °C)
Type of fabric
Cotton, viscose, polyester and microfiber cleaning cloths
Program cycle
Pre-rinse
+ Pre-wash, optional
Disinfection 194 °F (90 °C), 10 min., Cool down
available
3 rinses
Final spin
chemo-thermal disinfection*** **
158 °F (70 °C)
Type of fabric
Cotton, viscose, polyester and microfiber cleaning cloths
Program cycle
Pre-rinse
+ Pre-wash, optional
Disinfection 158 °F (70 °C), 10 min.
3 rinses
Final spin
Load ratio/Load
size
1:20
PW 413
0.5 oz (16 g) per cloth
approx. 415 cloths
= 14.6 lb (6.6 kg)
0.7 oz (22 g) per cloth
approx. 300 cloths
= 14.6 lb (6.6 kg)
PW 418
0.5 oz (16 g) per cloth
approx. 565 cloths
= 20 lb (9 kg)
0.7 oz (22 g) per cloth
approx. 409 cloths
= 20 lb (9 kg)
* The Cooldown block can be activated if required.
** Program locked. If a program is locked, after 1 minute it can no longer be stopped and cancelled with the finish button.
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Program chart - MOPSTAR
Cloths standard+finish
140 °F (60 °C)
Type of fabric
Cotton, viscose, polyester and microfiber cleaning cloths
Program cycle
Program as for Cloths standard, then:
Finishing agent, damp
or activate block:
Damp, wet, dripping wet
Cloths thermal disinfection+finish* **
194 °F (90 °C)
Type of fabric
Cotton, viscose, polyester and microfiber cleaning cloths
Program cycle
Program as for Cloths thermal disinfection, then:
Finishing agent, damp
or activate block:
Damp, wet, dripping wet
Cloths chemo-thermal
disinfection + finish***
**
Load ratio/Load
size
158 °F (70 °C)
Type of fabric
Cotton, viscose, polyester and microfiber cleaning cloths
Program cycle
Program as for cloths chemo-thermal
disinfection, then:
Finishing agent, damp
or by activating block:
Damp, wet, dripping wet
1:20
PW 413
0.5 oz (16 g) per cloth
approx. 415 cloths
= 14.6 lb (6.6 kg)
0.7 oz (22 g) per cloth
approx. 300 cloths
= 14.6 lb (6.6 kg)
PW 418
0.5 oz (16 g) per cloth
approx. 565 cloths
= 20 lb (9 kg)
0.7 oz (22 g) per cloth
approx. 409 cloths
= 20 lb (9 kg)
Cloths finish
Type of fabric
Cotton, viscose, polyester and microfiber cleaning cloths
Program cycle
1 rinse
Finishing agent, damp
or activate block:
Damp, wet, dripping wet
* The Cooldown block can be activated if required.
** Program locked. If a program is locked, after 1 minute it can no longer be stopped and cancelled with the finish button.
*** The disinfection parameters for chemo-thermal disinfection (temperature, temperature holding time, and dosages)
must be set on site to suit cleaning agents and disinfectants.
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Program chart - MOPSTAR
Information on Cloths standard program
The program Cloths Standard is suitable for cleaning cloths that are not to be used immediately after washing, but are to be stored after drying.
Information on Cloths...+ finish program
The Cloths . . . + finish programs prepare cloths for use by treating them with cleaning
agent or disinfectant: a finishing step with a final spin is added after the washing or disinfecting stage.
Amounts dispensed must be set on site and the standard of disinfection must be checked.
Information on Cloths finish program
The Cloths finish program is suitable for clean and dry cloths. A disinfectant solution is
added during finishing.
Amounts dispensed must be set on site and the standard of disinfection must be checked.
Pads program
Pads
104 °F (40 °C) / 140 °F (60 °C)
Type of fabric
Polishing pads
Program cycle
Pre-rinse
+ 2nd pre-rinse, optional
Main wash 104 °F (40 °C) (selectable range: cold
to 140 °F / 60 °C)
3 rinses
Final spin
Load ratio/Load
size
1:50
PW 413 - 5.7 lb
(2.6 kg)
PW 418 - 8 lb
(3.6 kg)
Mats program
Mats
104 ° (40 °C)
Type of fabric
Door mats
Program cycle
Pre-rinse
Main wash 104 °F (40 °C)
3 rinses
Final spin
Load ratio/Load
size
1:15
PW 413
max. 19.4 lb
(8.8 kg)
PW 418
max. 26.5 lb
(12 kg)
Tip: The number of mats per load may vary depending on the size, stiffness and thickness
of the mats.
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Program chart - MOPSTAR
Curtains program
Curtains
104 ° (40 °C)
Type of fabric
Synthetic and artificial fibers
Program cycle
+ Pre-wash 86 °F (30 °C), optional
Main wash 104 °F (40 °C)
3 rinses
Final spin
Load ratio/Load
size
1:25 - 1:20
PW 413 - 12.8 lb
(5.8 kg)
PW 418 - 17.6 lb
(8 kg)
Program without spin, curtains
Curtains program, program without spin
 Press the  "Without spin" button.
 End the program in "Without spin" mode with water still in the machine by pressing the
 "Stop/Finish" button.
 Select the  "Drainage" button.
Cottons Universal program
Cottons Universal
Type of fabric
Program cycle
140 °F (60 °C)
Normally soiled cotton, linen and mixed fiber bed
linen and towels
+ Pre-wash 86 °F (30 °C), optional
Main wash 140 °F / 60 °C
2 rinses
Last rinse hot
Final spin
Separate rinse program
Separate rinse
Type of fabric
Fabrics that only need to be rinsed and spun
Program cycle
1 rinse
Final spin
Separate spin program
Separate spin
Type of fabric
Items which only need to be spun
Program cycle
Final spin
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Load ratio/Load
size
1:10
PW 413 - 28 lb
(13 kg)
PW 418 - 39 lb
(18 kg)
Program chart - MOPSTAR
Separate drain program
Separate drain
Type of fabric
Program cycle
Drainage
"Clean machine" program
For cleaning the detergent dispenser drawer, drum, suds container and the drainage
system.
 If you use low temperature or disinfection programs on a regular basis, or to remove
coarse soiling, the Clean machine program should be carried out frequently.
Clean machine
Type of fabric
No load
Program sequence
+ Clean 158 °F / 70°C, optional
2 rinses
* The Cleaning block which takes water in through all inlets and has the temperature increased to 158 °F / 70 °C. can be
selected with this program by pressing the Block Plus button. If the Cleaning block is included in the Maintenance program, detergent needs to be dispensed.
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Program chart - SLUICE
Sluice programs
The Sluice programs are for extremely heavily soiled underwear, and heavily soiled towels
and bed linen.
Disinfection is specified by national requirements. There are two different disinfection options: 149 °F (65 °C) for 10 min. or 160 °F (71 °C) for 3 min.
Sluice sensitive
149 °F (65 °C)
Type of fabric
Heavily soiled underwear, toweling and bed linen
Program cycle
2 pre-rinse cycles
Pre-wash 140 (60 °C), 5 min.
Disinfection 149 °F (65 °C), 10 min.
3 rinses
Final spin
Sluice
160 °F (71 °C)
Type of fabric
Heavily soiled underwear, toweling and bed linen
Program cycle
2 pre-rinse cycles
Pre-wash 140 °F (60 °C), 5 min.
Disinfection 160 °F (71 °C), 3 min.
3 rinses
Final spin
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Load ratio/Load
size
1:10
PW 413 - 28 lb
(13 kg)
PW 418 - 39 lb
(18 kg)
Program chart - SLUICE
Sluice program
Sluice sensitive 149 °F (65 °C)
Stage
Liquid
ratio *
Thermostop
Temperature
Temperature
holding time
(wash time 2)
Programmed
wash time
approx.
Pre-rinse 1
1:7
No
Cold
-
5 min.
Pre-rinse 2
1:7
No
Cold
-
4 min.
Pre-wash
1:7
Yes
140 °F
(60 °C)
5 min.
-
1:5
Yes
149 °F
(65 °C)
10 Min.
- **
1:5
No
Cold
-
5 min.
1-minute spin
Disinfection
2-minute spin
Rinse 1
1-minute spin
Rinse 2
5 min.
1:5
No
Cold
-
5 min.
No
Cold
-
5 min.
1 min. spin at max. speed
Rinse 3
1:4
5 min. spin at max. speed
Sluice 160 °F (71 °C)
Pre-rinse 1
1:7
No
Cold
-
5 min.
Pre-rinse 2
1:7
No
Cold
-
4 min.
Pre-wash
1:7
Yes
140 °F
(60 °C)
5 min.
-
1:5
Yes
160 °F
(71 °C)
3 min.
- **
1:5
No
Cold
-
5 min.
1:5
No
Cold
-
5 min.
No
Cold
-
5 min.
1-minute spin
Disinfection
2-minute spin
Rinse 1
1-minute spin
Rinse 2
1 min. spin at max. speed
Rinse 3
1:4
5 min. spin at max. speed
* Depends on the load and textile type
** Depends on the type of heating and, with a hot water connection, on the hot water temperature
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Program chart - SLUICE
Disinfection programs
All programs are locked. 1 minute into a program, the program can therefore no longer be
canceled, stopped or parts skipped.
To avoid recontamination, the water for the rinse cycles in the disinfection programs is not
supplied via the detergent dispenser.
Chemo-thermal disinfection
140 °F (60 °C)
Type of fabric
Cotton and linen, e.g. bed linen and toweling
Program cycle
+ Pre-wash 104 °F (40 °C), optional
Disinfection 140 °F (60 °C), 20 min.
2 rinses
Final spin
Chemo-thermal disinfection
104 °F (40 °C)
Type of fabric
Cotton and mixed fiber up to 104 °F (40 °C)
Program cycle
+ Pre-wash 86 °F (30 °C), optional
Disinfection 104 °F (40 °C), 20 min.
Wash rhythm "gentle"
2 rinses
Final spin
Load ratio/Load
size
1:10
PW 413 - 28 lb
(13 kg)
PW 418 - 39 lb
(18 kg)
* The disinfection parameters for chemo-thermal disinfection (temperature, temperature holding time, and dosages) must
be set on site to suit cleaning agents and disinfectants.
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Program chart - SLUICE
"Clean machine" program
For cleaning the detergent dispenser drawer, drum, suds container and the drainage
system.
 If you use low temperature or disinfection programs on a regular basis, or to remove
coarse soiling, the Clean machine program should be carried out frequently.
Clean machine
Type of fabric
No load
Program sequence
+ Clean 158 °F / 70°C, optional
2 rinses
* The Cleaning block which takes water in through all inlets and has the temperature increased to 158 °F / 70 °C. can be
selected with this program by pressing the Block Plus button. If the Cleaning block is included in the Maintenance program, detergent needs to be dispensed.
Separate drain program
Separate drain
Type of fabric
Program cycle
Drainage
Cottons Hygiene program
Cottons Hygiene
194 °F (90 °C)
Type of fabric
Cotton, linen and mixed fiber fabrics, for example
bed linen and toweling
Program sequence
+ Pre-wash 104 °F (40 °C), optional
Main wash 194 °F (90 °C), Cool down can be selected
2 rinses
Last rinse hot*
Final spin
Fill ratio/Load
size
1:10
PW 413 - 28 lb
(13 kg)
PW 418 - 39 lb
(18 kg)
* The standard programs Cottons Hygiene 90°C (194°F) and Cottons 60°C (140°F) are programmed for hot water rinse.
If hot water is available, we recommend using hot water for the final rinse.
- There is less residual moisture in the laundry after spinning.
- The laundry is already warmed.
- This saves time and energy if the laundry is immediately either dried in a tumble dryer or ironed with a rotary iron.
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Program chart - SLUICE
Minimum iron program
Minimum iron
Type of fabric
Program cycle
140 °F (60 °C)
Normally soiled synthetic fabrics, for example
mixed fiber fabrics
+ Pre-wash 86 °F (30 °C), optional
Main wash 140 °F (60 °C) (selectable range cold
to 140 °F / 60 °C)
2 rinses
Final spin
Load ratio/Load
size
1:20
PW 413 - 14 lb
(6.6 kg)
PW 418 - 19 lb
(9 kg)
Delicates programs
Delicates
86 °F (30 °C)
Type of fabric
Synthetic and artificial fibers
Program cycle
Main wash 86 °F (30 °C)
Wash rhythm "gentle"
2 rinses
Final spin
Load ratio/Load
size
1:25
PW 413 - 11.5 lb
(5.2 kg)
PW 418 - 15.9 lb
(7.2 kg)
Curtains program
Curtains
104 ° (40 °C)
Type of fabric
Synthetic and artificial fibers
Program cycle
+ Pre-wash 86 °F (30 °C), optional
Main wash 104 °F (40 °C)
3 rinses
Final spin
Separate rinse program
Separate rinse
Type of fabric
Fabrics that only need to be rinsed and spun
Program cycle
1 rinse
Final spin
Separate spin program
Separate spin
Type of fabric
Items which only need to be spun
Program cycle
Final spin
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Load ratio/Load
size
1:25 - 1:20
PW 413 - 12.8 lb
(5.8 kg)
PW 418 - 17.6 lb
(8 kg)
Program chart - LAUNDROMAT
Laundromat program chart
These programs are suitable for washing all machine-washable fabrics in the commercial
laundry sector.
Cottons Universal programs
Cottons Universal
140 °F (60 °C)
Type of fabric
Normally soiled cotton, linen and mixed fiber fabrics, for example bed linen and toweling
Program cycle
+ Pre-wash 86 °F (30 °C), optional
Main wash 140 °F (60 °C) (selectable range cold
to 140 °F (60 °C))
2 rinses
Last rinse hot*
Final spin
Cottons Universal
Type of fabric
Program cycle
Cottons Universal
Load ratio/Load
size
104 ° (40 °C)
Normally soiled cotton, linen and mixed fiber fabrics, for example bed linen and toweling
+ Pre-wash 86 °F (30 °C), optional
Main wash 104 °F (40 °C)
2 rinses
Final spin
1:10
PW 413 - 28 lb
(13 kg)
PW 418 - 39 lb
(18 kg)
86 °F (30 °C)
Type of fabric
Normally soiled cotton, linen and mixed fiber fabrics, for example bed linen and toweling
Program cycle
+ Pre-wash 86 °F (30 °C), optional
Main wash 86 °F (30 °C) (selectable range cold to
86 °F / 30 °C)
2 rinses
Final spin
* The standard program Cottons Universal 140 °F (60 °C) is a program with a hot rinse. If hot water is available, it is a
good idea to carry out the final rinse with hot water.
- There is less residual moisture in the laundry after spinning.
- The laundry is already warm.
- If you then immediately put the laundry in a dryer or rotary iron, this saves power and time.
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Program chart - LAUNDROMAT
Cottons Universal 140 °F
(60 °C) intensive + prewash
Type of fabric
Program cycle
Heavily soiled cotton, linen and mixed fiber fabrics, for example bed linen and toweling
Pre-wash 86 °F (30 °C), optional
Main wash 140 °F (60 °C)
2 rinses
Last rinse hot*
Final spin
Load ratio/Load
size
1:10
PW 413 - 28 lb
(13 kg)
PW 418 - 39 lb
(18 kg)
* The standard program Cottons Universal 140 °F (60 °C) is a program with a hot rinse. If hot water is available, it is a
good idea to carry out the final rinse with hot water.
- There is less residual moisture in the laundry after spinning.
- The laundry is already warm.
- If you then immediately put the laundry in a dryer or rotary iron, this saves power and time.
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Program chart - LAUNDROMAT
Comforter programs
These programs are suitable for washing quilted (box stitch and baffle box) and unquilted
down, synthetic and natural hair comforters.
These wash programs are only suitable for washing fabrics with a care label stating that
they are suitable for machine washing.
Down comforters
104 °F (40 °C)
Type of fabric
Normally soiled down and feather comforters and
pillows
Program cycle
Deflating
+ Pre-wash 86 °F (30 °C), optional
Main wash 104 °F (40 °C)
2 rinses
Final spin
Synthetic comforters
Load ratio/Load
size
See "Comforter
loads"
104 °F (40 °C)
Type of fabric
Normally soiled synthetic comforters and pillows
Program cycle
+ Pre-wash 86 °F (30 °C), optional
Main wash 104 °F (40 °C)
2 rinses
Final spin
Comforter loads
The maximum loads are set out in the table below. The loads given are approximate only
and vary depending on the size and thickness of the comforters.
Type
Quantity*
PW 413
3 pillows or 1 pillow + 1 comforter
PW 418
4 pillows or 2 pillows +1 comforter or 2 comforters
* One comforter roughly equals two pillows.
Tip: Unquilted comforters must be tied in several places to keep the filling as evenly
spread as possible and ensure effective washing.
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Additional functions
Start time
Setting a start
time
A later wash start time can be set for a program using the  "Start
time" button.
 Select the wash program.
Once a program has been selected, the following (for example) will
appear on the display:
1
Mops Standard
Cold
13,0/13,0 kg
Pre-wash
194 °F Main wash
+



-+


 Press the Start time  button.
The following (for example) will appear on the display:
1
Mops Standard
13,0/13,0 kg
Start time: 20 :14
Start date:
3.1.2015
After setting the delay start press Start.
OK



The current time and date always appear. The entry field for hours is
highlighted.
 Press OK .
The entry field for hours will be enabled.
 Press the - or + button to change the hours.
 Press OK to confirm your entry.
 Press  to select the "Minutes" field, and confirm with OK.
 Press the - or + button to change the minutes.
 Press  to select the "Start day" field, and confirm with OK.
 Press the - or + button to change the day.
 Change the month and year in the same way if required.
 Once you have set the start time, press "START".
The display will show the current time and date and the start time.
1
Mops Standard
13,0/13,0 kg
Pre-wash
20:50 - 3.1.2015
+

Start:


6:00
-
4.1.2015

Tip: If the door is opened again, the "START" button must be pressed
again. Opening the door clears the start time set.
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Additional functions
Cancelling the
start time
 Press the  "Start time" or  "Back" button.
The changes will not be saved.
With Pre-wash
Selecting prewash
In programs with a pre-wash option, a pre-wash can be added for
heavily soiled laundry before the program has started.
 Press the + "Block plus" button.
The following will appear on the display:
1
Mops Standard
Cold
13,0/13,0 kg
Pre-wash
140 °F
+
Main Wash




-+

The "+" field is highlighted on the display.
Tip: The function can be de-selected by pressing the button again.
Starch
Adding from the
dispenser drawer
Starching can be selected before the program starts by pressing the
 "Starch stop" button.
 Press the  "Starch stop" button.
The "" field will be highlighted on the display.
Tip: The function can be de-selected by pressing the button again.
1
Mops Standard
Program stop - Starch stop

Door can be opened.


When the "Starch stop" stage is reached, "Starch stop" will flash on
the display.
 Prepare the starch according to manufacturer's instructions and
add to the front compartment .
This automatically extends the wash time by 4 minutes.
Tip: If the water and starch solution is still too thick, add more water.
 Press the "Start" button to continue the program.
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Additional functions
Adding directly to
the drum
The "Starch stop" stage has been reached.
 Prepare the starch according to manufacturer's instructions, open
the door and add the starch.
 Close the door.
The following message will appear on the display again:
1
Mops Standard
Program stop - Starch stop

Door can be opened.


 Press the "Start" button to continue the program.
Without spin
Without spin can be selected before the program starts.
 Press the "Without spin" button.
The "" field will be highlighted on the display.
Tip: The function can be de-selected by pressing the button again.
1
Hot Wash
Program stop - W/o spin

Water in the machine

When the "Without spin" stage is reached, "Without spin" will flash
on the display.
 End the program without a spin and with water still in the machine
by pressing the  "Stop/Finish" button.
Tip: The program can be continued with a spin by pressing the
"START" button.
Program stop
For stopping the program.
 Press the  "Stop/Finish" button to end the program.
The program will stop.
1
Mops Standard
Program stop - Starch stop
Door can be opened.

Tip: The program can be continued by pressing the "START" button.
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Additional functions
Canceling a program
This function allows you to cancel the program.
 Press the  "Stop/Finish" button twice in succession.
The program will be canceled.
If the program has been canceled while there is still water in the machine or during spinning, the following will appear on the display:
1
Mops Standard
Program finished. Water in the drum.

or
1
Mops Standard
Program finished. Drum still rotating.

Tip: To open the door, press the  "Drainage" button or select the
Separate spin program and press the "START" button.
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Additional functions
Cancelling a locked program
It is not possible to stop or cancel a locked program.
2 Mop Thermal Disinfection
140°F Main Wash
140°F
Locked
Finish at
12:35


The display will show the locked state if an attempt is made to cancel
the program by pressing the  "Stop/Finish" button.
Tip: The program can be unlocked by pressing the  "Unlock" button and entering the password.
 Press the  "Unlock" button and enter the password.
When the password is entered, the following will appear on the display:
Unlock program?


 Press the  "Save" button.
The normal display content will appear and the program can now be
cancelled.
2 Mop Thermal Disinfection
60°F Main Wash
60°F
Program unlocked.



+

Finish at
12:35

Communication module
The machine can be connected to a PC (personal computer) using
the communication module.
The slot for the module is located at the back of the machine.
An editor program is available from Miele.
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Optional modules
Liquid dispensing (optional for machines with detergent
compartment)
A Dispenser pump
B Siphon tube
a Hose connection socket (suction side)
b Hose connection socket (pressure side)
c Outlet (in case of hose leakage)
d Suction inlet opening
e Display indicator level checker. When the dispenser is empty the
pump and the machine switch themselves off.
Continuing program after "Dispensing system fault"
message
If the dispensing container is empty the pump and the machine
switch off independently. At the same time the machine indicates a
lack of liquid detergent.
Dispensing system fault

Fill dispensing container ??.
Press Start.


 Fill the dispenser container.
 Press the "Start" button to continue the program.
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Optional modules
Dispensing quantities
Please follow the detergent manufacturer's instructions.
Always follow the instructions of the chemical manufacturer when
using cleaning agents and special application chemicals. Only use
such chemicals for the purpose and in the situation specified by
the manufacturer in order to avoid the danger of adverse chemical
reactions and material damage.
Correct dosage also depends on the viscosity of the liquid detergent.
It should therefore be allowed to settle to room temperature before
being used.
Cleaning and maintenance of the dispensing system
Avoiding blockages and corrosion in the dispensing system
 Rinse out the siphons with water.
 Put the siphons in a container with warm water (104 - 122 °F / 40 -
50 °C).
 Activate the dispenser calibration switch in each pump, until the
dispensing system is rinsed through.
 Check the connections, hoses, dispensing sockets and seals for
leaks.
Rinse the dispensing system with hot water every 2 weeks, or before
shutting the dispenser pumps down for any length of time, to avoid
the system getting clogged up and corroded.
Commissioning the dispenser pumps
Before the liquid dispenser pumps can be used the liquid detergent
must be drawn into the system and the set amount to be dispensed.
Dispenser calibration
Dispenser calibration is used to measure the throughput of individual
dispenser pumps.
To go directly to
 Press and hold multifunction button 2 and switch the machine on
Dispenser calibrausing Power On .
tion when the maDispensing calibration  Main menu
chine is switched
Dispensing pump 1
off:
Dispensing pump 2


Options:
– Dispenser pump 1 to 13
 Select a dispenser pump.
When a dispenser pump is selected, the following will appear in the
display:
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Optional modules
Dispensing calibration  Dispensing pump 1
V:
100 ml
t:
0s
P:
No
0/1


Tip: The dispensing amount can be set from 0 to 9999 ml in 1 ml
steps.
 Press multifunction button 0/1
The dispensing tube will fill up.
 Press the 0/1 button to stop the process.
 Place the hose of the dispenser pump which is being checked at an
upward gradient in a measuring vessel.
 Irritant detergents.
Irritant for skin and eyes
Avoid contact with skin and eyes, wear protective clothing.
 Return to the main menu by pressing  "Back".
Dispensing calibration
 Main menu
Dispensing pump 1
Dispensing pump 2


 Select a dispenser pump.
Dispensing calibration 
V:
100 ml
Dispensing pump 1
t: 0 s
P: No
0/1


 Press multifunction button 0/1 .
Stop the pump by pressing the 0/1 button, or it will stop automatically
after 60 seconds.
 Measure the amount of liquid dispensed into the measuring vessel.
Dispensing calibration  Dispensing pump 1
V:
100 ml
t: 30 s
P: 200 ml/min
0/1


 Enter the measured value into the "V:" field.
The throughput P is calculated in ml/min. by the controls.
 Press the  "Save" button.
The measured value is allocated to the pump.
 Reconnect the hose.
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Problem solving guide
Opening the door and drain valve in an emergency
Power failure dur-  Switch off the machine.
ing the washing
 Switch the machine off at the on-site power switch.
process
 Close the on-site non-return valves for water or steam.
To remove the laundry, first open the drain valve manually and then
manually unlock the door.
 Insert a wrench (max. size 10/11 mm) into the slot in the back of the
machine.
 Open the drain valve by pushing on the lever behind the back panel
of the machine.
 Maintain the pressure on the lever until the machine has drained
completely.
The wash water will drain.
The emergency drain closes automatically when you remove the
wrench.
Opening the door
in an emergency in
case of a power
failure
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The door cannot be opened.
Problem solving guide
 Caution! Rotating drum and risk of scalding.
Before inserting the Torx wrench, make sure that the machine is
disconnected, the drum has stopped and there is no water in the
machine.
 Turn the release element with a T 40 Torx wrench two whole revolu-
tions counter-clockwise (left).
Tip: Pushing on the door at the same time makes it easier to turn the
emergency unlock mechanism.
The release element is located opposite the door catch at the same
height as the handle (see illustration).
The release element must not be turned to the right.
This damages the door lock.
The resistance to turning will decrease noticeably. When the release
element moves freely, the door is unlocked.
Tip: It is not necessary to turn the release element back.
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Problem solving guide
The door can now be opened.
Service interval
and BGR display
If the following message appears after "Power On" in the machine
display, either a service or the annual BGR check must be carried
out.
 Maintenance interval
Call Technical Service.
1


BGR CHECK
Call Technical Service.

The display will go out after 5 seconds
Fault messages
 Repairs to electrical or steam heated machines should only be
performed by a suitably qualified service technician to ensure
safety. Unauthorized repairs could be dangerous.
Malfunctions occurring before or after the start of a program will be
shown in the display
The display remains dark. There is no power to the machine.
 Check the plug connectors, power switch and (on-site) fuses.

Power failure
Program stop.
Press Start.



 When the power has been restored press "START".
Tip: This error message can mean: The motor thermo-switch of the
drive motor has been triggered.
 Allow the motor to cool down.

Water intake fault
Call Technical Service
if restart w/o success.


 Check the faucet and press the "START" button.
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Problem solving guide
 Door lock fault
Call Technical Service
if restart w/o success.


 If the door lock failure occurs again after a restart, proceed as de-
scribed in "Opening the door in an emergency". If this still cannot
be done, call Miele Technical Service.
 Heating system fault
Program stop. Press Start.
Program runs with cold water.


 Press the "START" button to continue the program without heating.
Tip: Disinfection programs will be cancelled if this fault message appears.
 Contact Miele Technical Service.

Drive motor fault
Program stop. Press Start.
Motor temperature too high.


 Allow the motor to cool down.
Too large an imbalance. The imbalance switch has been triggered.

Imbalance fault
Call Technical Service
if restart w/o success.


 Turn the machine on and press "START".

Drain valve fault
Call Technical Service
if restart w/o success.


 Check on-site drain system and press "START".
A defective drain valve must only be repaired by Miele Technical
Service.

Dispensing system fault
Fill dispensing container ??.
Press Start.


 Change the dispenser container.
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Problem solving guide

Card fault
Reinsert card correctly in card reader.

 Insert the card into the card reader correctly.
Technical service
In the event of a any faults please call Miele Technical Service.
When contacting your dealer or the Technical Service Department,
please quote the model and serial number of your machine, both of
which are shown on the data plate:
The data plate is visible above the porthole glass when the drum door
is open, or on the back of the machine at the top.
Please also pass on the error message appearing in the machine display to the Technical Service Department.
Use only genuine Miele original spare parts. The Service department will also require model, serial number(SN) and material number
(M-No.) when ordering.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Problem solving guide
With the help of the following guide, minor faults in the performance of the machine, some
of which may result from incorrect operation, can be resolved without contacting Miele
Technical Service. This will save time and money.
The following guide may help you to find the reason for a fault, and how to correct it. You
should, however, note the following:
 Repair work to electrical appliances must only be carried out by a suitably qualified
person in strict accordance with current local and national safety codes. Repairs and
other work by unqualified persons could be dangerous.
The program does not start
Problem
Possible cause and solution
The display remains dark.
There is no power to the machine.
 Check that the washing machine is switched on.
 Check that washing machine is connected to the power
supply.
 Check whether the fuse or circuit breaker has tripped.
A fault message appears
in the display
A program cannot be started while there is a fault message
in the display.
 Note what is shown in the display.
 Press the multi-function selector to confirm the message.
The fault message is deleted.
The display is dark and the The display has switched off automatically to save energy
Start button indicator light (Standby mode).
is flashing slowly.
 Press any button. Standby comes to an end.
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Frequently Asked Questions
An unsatisfactory wash result
Problem
Possible cause and solution
Liquid detergent does not
give the required result.
Liquid detergents usually contain no bleaching agents.
They do not remove fruit, coffee and tea stains.
 Use a general purpose powder detergent containing a
bleaching agent.
 Pour stain removers into compartment  of the dispenser drawer and liquid detergent into a dispenser ball.
 Never put stain removers and liquid detergent together in
the detergent dispensing drawer.
Grey, greasy particles
cling to washed laundry.
Insufficient amounts of detergent were used to break down
the particles of grease in heavily soiled laundry.
 Use more detergent for heavily soiled laundry or use liquid detergent.
 Before washing the next load run a Cottons 203 °F /
60 °C program with powder detergent but without a load.
White residues which look
like powder detergent are
seen on dark textiles after
washing.
The detergent contained compounds (zeolites) to aid water
softening which are not soluble in water. These have ended
up on the laundry.
 Try and brush off the residues with a soft brush once the
laundry is dry.
 Wash dark textiles using a detergent which contains no
zeolites. Liquid detergents usually contain no zeolites.
Textiles with particularly
greasy soiling are not
completely clean.
 Select a program with a Pre-wash. Use liquid detergent
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for the pre-wash and a powder detergent for the main
wash.
 Use a commercially available powder detergent for the
main wash.
The use of heavy-duty detergent is recommended in the
main wash for very heavily soiled work clothing. Please follow the manufacturer's instructions.
Frequently Asked Questions
General problems with the washing machine
Problem
Possible cause and solution
The machine vibrates dur- The machine feet are not level.
ing the spin cycle.
 Level the machine and adjust the feet.
Large amounts of detergent residue remain in the
detergent dispenser
drawer.
The water pressure is too low.
 Clean the filters in the water inlet.
Powder detergent used in conjunction with water softeners
tends to become sticky.
 Clean the detergent dispenser drawer and in future add
washing powder into the dispenser drawer first, then add
the water softener.
Fabric softener is not com- The siphon tube is not correctly positioned or is clogged.
pletely dispensed or too
 Clean the siphon (see "Cleaning and care - Cleaning the
much water remains in the
detergent dispenser drawer").
 compartment.
The display is in a different A different language has been selected in "Settings" 
language.
"Language" .
 Set the language you want. The flag symbol will guide
you.
The pillow program is tak- The pillow cover fabric has swelled up and the air cannot
ing longer than the time
escape.
originally displayed.
 Reduce the wash temperature and push the pillow into a
narrow washing bag, or tie it with a piece of string.
The door will not open.
There is no power to the machine.
 Check that the machine is switched on.
 Check that the power supply to the machine is switched
on.
 Check whether the fuse or circuit breaker has tripped.
Power failure
 Open the drum door as described in the next section.
There is still water in the drum and the machine is unable to
drain.
 Check if the drain system is blocked. Clean the drainage
system as described in the next section.
For safety reasons the drum door cannot be opened if the
suds temperature is higher than 122 °F / 50°C.
To continue a program after an interruption to the power supply
If a running program is interrupted, e.g. by a power failure, the program can be continued
when power is restored.
 Switch on the washing machine with the  button.
 Then press the Start button.
The program will then continue with the next program stage.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Possible reasons for increased levels of foaming
Problem
Possible cause and solution
Excessive foaming
Detergent type
 Only use detergent suitable for use in industrial washing
machines. Domestic detergent is not suitable.
Too much detergent
 Dispense detergent in accordance with the instructions
on the packaging and on the basis of the local water
hardness.
Detergent creates too much foam
 Use a lower foaming detergent or contact your detergent
application specialist.
Very soft water
 In areas with hardness level 1, add less detergent in accordance with the detergent manufacturer's instructions.
Soiling level of the laundry
 For lightly soiled laundry, add less detergent in accordance with the detergent manufacturer's instructions.
Residues, e.g. detergent left on laundry
 Run an additional pre-rinse without detergent and without selecting a temperature. Laundry which has been
pre-treated before washing must be thoroughly rinsed
before washing.
Small loads
 Reduce the amount of detergent accordingly.
Drum speed too high during the wash cycle
 Reduce the drum speed and wash cycle.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Stretching of large items
Problem
Possible cause and solution
Stretching of large items
during spinning
 Please contact Miele Technical Service.
Stretching of large items can occur during spinning.
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Cleaning and care
Cleaning and care
 Clean and care for the machine after use if possible.
Do not use a pressure washer or hose to clean the machine.
 Clean the machine casing, control panel and plastic parts only
with a mild, non-abrasive detergent or a soft damp cloth. Wipe dry
with a soft cloth.
Scouring agents will scratch the surface.
 Clean stainless steel parts of the casing with a standard commercial
stainless steel cleaner.
 Remove any deposits from the door seal with a damp cloth.
Do not allow cleaning agents to penetrate the electrical components.
 When disinfecting the surfaces, use a damp cloth only to clean the
front and around the door lock. Do not spray the surface with the
fluid.
Tip: Vacuum the fan casing if it is very dusty. The fan casing is located on the rear of the machine.
Build-up of rust
The drum is manufactured from rust-free stainless steel. However,
water with a high iron content or foreign bodies in the wash (e.g. paper clips or metal buttons) may lead to the formation of superficial
rust spots in the drum. Stainless steel components should be cleaned
regularly and as soon as rust spots appear with standard commercial
cleaning agent for stainless steel. Door seals should also be regularly
cleaned and checked to make sure that nothing has become trapped.
These preventive measures should be carried out on a regular basis.
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Cleaning and care
Cleaning the detergent dispenser drawer and siphon
 After use, the detergent dispenser drawer should be cleaned with
warm water to remove any detergent residues.
 If the machine is not going to be used for a longer time, leave the
flap of the detergent dispenser drawer open.
 Also clean the siphons in the special dispenser drawers.
 Remove the siphons, clean with hot water and replace.
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Cleaning and care
Cleaning the drip
channel and
siphon
 Open the flap on the dispenser drawer on the right side to an angle
of 45°.
If the drip channel and associated drain connection are blocked,
clean them.
 Check the grille of the vapor vent on the rear of the machine for
soiling from time to time and clean when necessary.
 The filters in the water inlet valves (1) and the inlet hoses (2) must
be checked for soiling from time to time and cleaned as necessary.
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Installation and connection
Installing the washing machine
The washing machine must be installed by Miele Service or by an
authorized dealer. Follow the instructions on the installation plan.
This washing machine is only intended for items of laundry that
have not been proofed with dangerous or inflammable substances.
 To avoid the risk of frost damage, the machine must not be located
in rooms which may be subject to very low temperatures
 Transport the machine inside the room on a pallet jack.
Do not remove or alter the feet of the machine.
They could be damaged.
 Remove packaging carefully with a suitable tool.
 Lift the machine off the pallet using a pallet jack.
General operating conditions
This washing machine is intended only for use in a industrial environment and must only be operated indoors.
Ambient temperature in installation room: 32 °F (0°C) to 140 °F (40°C).
Relative humidity: non-condensing
Depending on the nature of the installation site, sound emissions and
vibration may occur.
Tip: Have the installation site inspected and seek the advice of a professional in instances where increased noise may cause a nuisance.
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Installation and connection
Facilitating maintenance
For ease of future maintenance and servicing, the minimum distance
to the wall must be observed to enable access.
 You must observe the minimum clearances and distance from the
wall.
Minimum distance to the wall approx. 16" / 400 mm to allow for maintenance.
 Adjust the washing machine screw feet until the machine is level.
The machine must be completely level to ensure smooth operation.
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Installation and connection
Installation on a base
When installed on a raised base, the machine must be secured to the
base and the base must be secured to the floor. When installed on a
concrete base, the machine must be secured to the base.
Shipping struts
Remove the shipping struts.
The 2 shipping safety devices at the front are each secured with
3 hexagonal screws. The 2 at the back are secured with 4 hexagonal
screws. The shipping struts must only be removed when the machine
is in place, before it is commissioned.
 Remove front and back panel.
 Unscrew the screws at the bottom of the front panel and remove
the panel.
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Installation and connection
 Unscrew the screws at the bottom edge of the rear panel and re-
move the panel.
 Loosen the hexagonal screws to remove the shipping struts.
Retain the shipping struts. They need to be refitted should the machine ever need to be moved again.
Water connection
Water pressure (flow pressure) of a minimum 1 bar (100 kPa) / maximum 10 bar (1000 kPa) is required to guarantee problem free program operation.
The machine must be connected to the water supply using the inlet
hoses provided.
Hoses must be replaced with hoses tested for a burst pressure of at
least 70 bar (7,000 kPa) overpressure and for water temperatures of a
minimum of 194 °F / 90 °C.
This also applies for associated connection fittings. Miele original replacement parts fulfil these requirements.
Tip: The hot water supply must not exceed a maximum temperature
of 158 °F / 70 °C.
Connection to the cold water supply
The Y-piece is supplied with the machine.
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Installation and connection
Dispensing agent connection to the liquid dispensing
mixing compartment
Connections 1 and 2 are provided for viscous detergents. These
connection sockets are sealed and need to be drilled out with an
1/3" / 8 mm drill bit.
Use caution when drilling through the outer wall (1) only, as there is a
deflecting wall (2)10 mm behind it.
If the drilled out connections are no longer required, they must be resealed.
Connections 3 to 12 are for liquid dispensing. These connection
sockets are sealed and must be cut to the diameter of the hose with a
suitable saw. If the cut out connections are no longer required, they
must be resealed.
Drainage
2 1/2" (DN 70) AV drain valve, at the machine, 2 1/2" (DN 70) sleeve
on-site. Volumetric flow rate 52 gal/min 200 l/min.
If the slope for drainage is extremely steep, the piping must be vented
so prevent formation of a vacuum in the machine's drain system.
BWS suds drain and vapor vent
If excessive suds form, suds may escape from the vapor vent. To
drain the suds, an optional vapor vent kit can be installed.
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Installation and connection
Electrical connection
The electrical connections must be carried out by a certified electrician in accordance with national codes and regulations.
Tip: Open the machine lid to access the connection points.
If you install a residual current device (RCD), it must be Type B.
The machine electrical systems comply with standards EN 60335-1
and EN 50571.
The voltage is stated on the data plate.
For hard-wired machines, an all-pole means of deactivation must be
provided on site. Switches with a minimum contact gap greater than
1/8" (3 mm) are suitable disconnectors. These include circuit breakers, fuses, and contactors (VDE 0660).
The plug connection or the disconnector must be accessible at all
times.
You must be able to lock the disconnector or monitor the point of disconnection at all times if the machine has to be disconnected from
the power supply.
Please check the enclosed wiring diagram.
Connecting the dispenser pumps
Connection terminals for 4 time-controlled dispenser pumps, which
can be operated without a multifunction module, are located behind
the cover adjacent to the electrical connection. See the attached
wiring diagram.
Once the machine has been successfully installed and connected,
replace all the external parts that were removed.
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Control panel
Control panel
a Display
See the following pages for more information.
b Shortcut buttons
For selecting an individual wash program quickly. These buttons
can be programmed to select your own favorite wash programs.
c Start button
d Optical interface PC
Testing and transmission point for Miele Service.
e Power on button
f Power off button
g Emergency shut-off
(Not part of all machine versions, see Availability of emergency
stop / emergency stop devices)
Function buttons
 Stop/Finish
When a program has started, the right-hand function button acts as a
stop button.
After pressing the button the selected program is stopped, if pressed
again the program is cancelled.
 Block plus.
The program block in question (e.g. Pre-wash) is added to the program.
 Starch stop
Press this button if the laundry is to be starched.
 Without spin
Press this button if a final spin is not required after the final rinse.
 Settings
 Start time
When this button is pressed before starting the program, information
about selecting a start time will appear in the display.
 Back Return to previous display page.
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Control panel
/ Information on next / previous line
 Save
See "Access to supervisor level"
 Water intake
 Program locked
If a program is locked, after 1 minute it can no longer be stopped and
cancelled with the finish button.
 Program unlocked
 Data transfer
 Tone (buzzer) off
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General information
Overview of function levels
Operator
Access with Power on.
Supervisor
Access with  "Settings" button and password.
Program start for all programs
Program start only after insertion of coins or
with pre-paid card
Menu options in main menu
Language
Choice of user language for the
duration of a program
Time/Date
Setting the time/date
Dispensing
Changing dispensing settings for
individual programs
Change password
Settings
Memory function
Buzzer
Seconds unit
Hours unit
Mass unit
Pressure unit
Temperature unit
Minute unit
Length unit
Volume unit
Speed unit
Max. temperature selection
Display standby
Contrast setting
Time of day
Date display
Dispensing calibration
Dispensing throughput (D1 to 13)
Dispensing correction factor (D1 to D13)
Dispenser level reminder (D1 to 13)
Password
Medium water pressure
Heat
Customer details:
- Sector - Last name - First name
- Street - House number - Town/city - Zip code - Telephone
- System address - Installation date
Currency
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Access to supervisor level / changing the password
Password
The supervisor level is accessed by entering a four-digit password
from the character set provided. It can only be selected before the
program starts or once the program is finished.
 Press the  button until the symbol changes to .
 Press the button again.
The following will appear on the display:
Settings
Back

Language
Main menu

Supervisor level

OK



Select "Supervisor level" and press OK. The password screen will appear.
The first time you access the supervisory level, enter the password
"M1LE".
Password:_ _ _ _
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
0123456789

OK



 Select a letter or digit and confirm your entry with the OK button.
When OK is pressed, the character selected will appear in the corresponding position.
 Press the  "Save" button once you have entered all four charac-
ters.
The supervisor level will open once you have entered the password.
Supervisor level
Language
 Main menu
english (USA)
Time/Date: 11:43

OK
12.5.2015



If no function is carried out within 30 seconds, the  button is
pressed or an incorrect password is entered, the same display is
shown as after a power interruption.
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Access to supervisor level / changing the password
Change password
You can change the password with this menu option.
 Select supervisor level / main menu.
Supervisor level
 Main menu
Settings

Change password


OK


 Select "Change password" and confirm your entry with the OK but-
ton.
Once "Change password" is selected and OK is pressed, the following will appear on the display:
Password: M1LE
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
0123456789

OK



 Select a letter or digit and confirm your entry with the OK button.
When OK is pressed, the character selected will appear in the corresponding position.
 Confirm your entry with the  "Save" button.
Once you have entered the password and pressed  "Save", the
confirmation prompt will appear.
Overwrite existing data?


 Press the  "Save" button.
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Language / Time, Date
Main menu options
– Language
– Time/Date
– Dispensing
– Settings
– Change password
Language option
Select the required language.
 Select the language menu option.
Supervisor level
Language
 Main menu
english (USA)
Time/Date: 11:43
-
OK
12.9.2015
+

Once the language is set, the display will immediately change to the
language selected to ensure that the display can be read by all users.
It then switches back to the main menu.
Options:
- German - English (GB) - English (USA) - Espanol - Français - Italiano - Nederlands - Norsk - Portugues - Greek - Russian
If a button or the  "Save" button is not pressed within 30 seconds
of you accessing the supervisor level "Language", the display will return to the main menu.
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Language / Time, Date
Time, Date option
This menu option is used to set the current date and time.
In the event of a power outage these are retained for approx. 6
weeks. After this time they will need to be reset.
 Select the Time of day, Date menu option:
The following will appear on the display:
Supervisor level
Time/Date
 Main menu
11:43 12.9.2015

Dispensing


OK

Supervisor level
 Main menu
Time:
11 :43
Date
12.9.2015
-
OK

+


 Press the "Save" button.
The setting is saved once the  "Save" button has been pressed and
the display has returned to the main menu.
If a button or the  "Save" button is not pressed within 30 seconds
of you accessing the supervisor level "Time/Date", the display will
return to the main menu.
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Dispensing option
Dispensing option
This menu option allows you to change individual dispensing settings.
Supervisor level
 Main menu
Dispensing

Settings


OK


 Select "Dispensing".
The following will appear on the display:
Supervisor level Dispensing
1 Mops Standard
140°F

2 Mop Thermal Disinfection
194°F


OK


 Select the relevant program.
Once the program is selected, the dispensing parameters will appear:
Dispensing  1 Mops Standard
Area 1 :
Pre-wash
Block 1: Pre-wash

OK



 Select the required range and block.
Dispensing  1 Mops Standard
Dispensing
: type
No

Dispensing phase 1: 

OK



The options will appear:
– No
– Quantity in ml
– Concentration ml/l
– Concentration ml/kg
When "Dispensing method: No" is set, dispensing phases 1 and 2
are disabled.
Dispensing  1 Mops Standard
Dispensing phase
:
1
No

Dispensing phase
:
2
No


OK



With the quantity and concentration settings, you can select "No" or
"User-defined" for dispensing phases 1 and 2.
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Dispensing option
Dispensing phase 1  User defined
Dispensing: 1
Dispensing pump:

OK
D 1




Options:
– Dispensing 1 to 6
Dispenser pump:
– No
– D1 to D13
Dispensing phase 1  User defined
Dispensing amount : 0 ml

Dispensing delay:


OK
0 s



Dispensing amount: 0 to 9999 depending on dispensing method:
– ml
– ml/l
– ml/kg
Dispensing delay:
– No
– 0 to 999 s
 Select  "Save" with the multifunction selector and save the modi-
fied dispensing settings,
or
press  to return to the program list without saving your changes.
Return to program list with or without saving your changes to the dispensing settings.
Tip: If the correction factor has been changed, it may need to be corrected.
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Settings option
Access the settings option.
Supervisor level
 Main menu
Settings

Change password


OK



 Use the arrow buttons to access the following content:
Supervisor level
 Settings
Memory function : Yes
Buzzer :

Yes
OK



Sub-menu options:
– Memory function
– Buzzer
– Temperature unit
– Seconds unit
– Minutes unit
– Hours unit
– Length unit
– Mass unit
– Volume unit
– Pressure unit
– Speed unit
– Max. temperature
– Display standby
– Contrast setting
– Time of day
– Date display
– Dispenser calibration
– Dispensing throughput (D1 to D13)
– Dispensing correction factor (D1 to D13)
– Dispenser level reminder (D1 to D13)
– Password
– Medium water pressure
– Heat
– Customer details
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
Settings option
– Currency
Save the specified parameters.
 Specify the parameters.
 Press the "Save" button to save the specified parameters.
The parameters are saved and the display switches back to the submenu.
Tip: If you press  or no button is pressed within 30 seconds, the
settings are not saved and the display returns to the main menu.
Memory function
The temperature and spin speed program parameters for those programs which can be changed before program start are saved after
the program is started. The button functions are not reset at the end
of the program, and reappear with the next program selection.
Options:
– No
– Yes
Unit options
When "auto" is set, the unit for temperature, seconds, minutes, hours,
length, mass, volume, pressure or revolutions in the set language is
used.
Temperature unit
Options:
– auto
– °C
– °F
Seconds unit
Options:
– auto
– s
– sec
– sg
– sek
Minutes unit
Options:
– auto
– min
– mn
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Settings option
Hours unit
Options:
– auto
– h
– timer
– tim
– uur
– time
– hr
Length unit
Options:
– auto
– mm
– inches
Mass unit
Options:
– auto
– kg
– l
Volume unit
Options:
– auto
– l
– USA gal
– CDN gal
Pressure unit
Options:
– auto
– bar
– psi
Speed unit
Options:
– auto
– U/min
– T/min
– rpm
– t/mn
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Settings option
– giri/min
– kierr/min
– r/min
– omdr/min
– v/min
– o/min
Buzzer
If "Yes" is programmed, the buzzer is activated along with program
stop signal 1 and 2, the block end signal and the fault stop signal.
The buzzer frequency increases with the fault stop signal. The buzzer
switches off if a button is pressed, and automatically after 5 minutes.
If "No" is programmed, the buzzer is not activated.
Options:
– No
– Yes
Maximum temperature
This value can be set from cold to 203°F (95°C) in 1° increments and
limits all temperature settings in the programs to the selected value.
This means that when 140°F (60°C) is selected, for example, the water will not be heated to more than 140°F (60°C) in any program even
if a higher temperature is programmed for the selected program.
Options:
– Cold
– 59 to 203°F (15 to 95°C)
Display standby
With the setting "Display standby: Yes", the display is switched on
when one of the controls is operated. If there are no further operations, the display switches to standby after 10 minutes. The start
button light ring flashes to let you know this has happened. The display is switched on again by operating any control; the last screen
active then appears.
When "Display standby: No" is set, the display is permanently on.
 Choose from the following options:
– Yes
– No
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Settings option
Contrast setting
Display contrast can be altered from 1 to 10 so the display can be
optimized for specific working conditions. The contrast changes as
soon as you alter the setting.
Options:
– 1 to 10
Time of day
You can select either the 24-hour or 12-hour clock for the display.
Options:
– 24 h
– 12 h
Date display
Various different display formats are used in line with the language
set.
 Select the date format from the table below.

Country
Format
Germany, United Kingdom, Netherlands,
France, Italy, Finland, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Norway, Greece
Day/Month/Year
Sweden
Year/Month/Day
USA
Month/Day/Year
Tip: The date format can be changed in line with the country.
Options:
– auto
– Day/Month/Year
– Year/Month/Day
– Month/Day/Year
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Settings option
Dispenser calibration
Dispenser calibration is used to measure the throughput of individual
dispenser pumps.
To go directly to
 Press and hold multifunction button 2 and switch the machine on
"dispenser caliwith "Power on".
bration" when the
 Dispensing calibration
Settings
machine is
Dispensing pump 1
switched off:
Dispensing pump 2
OK




Options:
– Dispenser pump 1 to 13
 Select a dispenser pump.
When a dispenser pump is selected, the following will appear on the
display:
Dispensing calibration  Dispensing pump 1
V:
100 ml
-
t: 0 s
OK
+
P: No
0/1


Tip: The dispensing amount can be set from 0 to 9999 ml in 1 ml increments.
 Press multifunction button 0/1.
The dispensing hose will fill up.
 Stop the process by pressing button 0/1.
 Run the hose of the dispenser pump that is being checked upwards
into a measuring vessel.
 Irritant.
Can cause skin and eye irritation.
Avoid contact with skin and eyes, wear protective clothing.
 Return to the main menu by pressing "Back".
Settings
 Dispensing calibration
Dispensing pump 1
Dispensing pump 2

OK



 Select a dispenser pump.
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Settings option
Dispensing calibration  Dispensing pump 1
V:
t: 0 s
100 ml
-
+
OK
P: No
0/1


 Press multifunction button 0/1.
Stop the pump by pressing button 0/1, or the pump will stop automatically after 60 seconds.
 Measure the required amount into the measuring vessel.
Dispensing calibration  Dispensing pump 1
V: 100 ml
-
t: 30 s
OK
+
P: 200,0 ml/min
0/1


 Enter the amount measured in field "V:".
The throughput P is calculated in ml/min. by the controls.
 Press the "Save"  button.
The measured value is assigned to the pump.
 Reattach the hose.
Dispensing throughput (D1 to D13)
The throughput of the connected dispenser pumps can be set from
0 ml/min to 9999 ml/min in 1 ml increments.
 Access the following content:
Supervisor level
 Settings
Dispensing flow rate

Dispensing correction factor


OK


 Select "Dispensing throughput".
The following will appear on the display:
Settings
 Dispensing flow rate
Dispensing pump 1 : 100,0 ml/min
Dispensing pump 2 : 100,0 ml/min

OK

Options:
– No
– 1 to 9999.0 ml/min
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

Settings option
Dispensing correction factor (D1 to D13)
The correction factor can be used if an adjustment is made to liquid
dispensing. If, for example, the dispensing agent for dispenser pump
D 1 has been altered (to a higher concentration), a rapid adjustment
can be made with the correction factor.
 Calculate the correction factor using the following formula:
Correction factor D1 =
New quantity Dos-p. D1
Current quantity Dos-p. D1
 Access the following content:
Supervisor level
 Settings
Dispensing correction factor

Dispenser empty signal


OK



 Select "Dispensing correction factor".
Supervisor level
 Settings
Dispensing pump 1
: 1,00
Dispensing pump 2
: 1,00

OK




You have the following options:
– 0.01 to 1.99
– 2
Once you exit the supervisor level, the new dispensing amounts are
used in the programs but the programming is not changed.
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Settings option
Dispenser level reminder (D1 to D13)
Programming is required for the relevant input if a level reminder is required.
Supervisor level
 Settings
Dispenser empty signal
Yes
Password use:

OK





 Select "Dispenser level reminder".
Settings
 Dispenser empty signal
Dispensing pump 1 : Yes
Dispensing pump 2: Yes

Options:
– Yes
– No
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OK




Settings option
Password
The use of a password can be deselected.
 Set whether or not you want to use a password.
Options:
– Yes
– No
However, if a password has already been assigned and the operator
then selects "No", they will be prompted to enter the current password when they press .
Medium water pressure
Medium water pressure must be set in order to calculate consumption. This value is, for example, used for calculating water quantities
in individual blocks or for a whole program.
Options:
– 0.1 to 50 bar
– 1 to 800 psi
Heat
The heater voltage is required for calculating heat output.
Options:
– 0.0 to 999.9 kW
Customer details
Customer details can be entered here.
Options:
- Sector
- Town/city
- Last name
- Zip code
- First name
- Telephone
- Street
- System address
- House number
- Installation date
Sector
A sector can be selected here.
Options:
– Nursing home
– Medical practice
– Rest home
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Settings option
– Fire service/rescue services
– Café
– Industrial laundry
– Small business
– Hotel/guesthouse
– Industry
– Youth hostel
– Hospital
– Stables
– School
– Dry cleaners
– Apartments
– Other:
– Surname and first name
– Street and house number
– Town/city and zip code
– Telephone
– System address: a 10-digit system address for the machine can
be entered here.
– Installation date
Currency
Options:
100
- auto
(in line with selected language)
- EUR
euros
- GBP
pounds sterling
- CHF
Swiss francs
- USD
American dollars
- RUB
Russian rubles
- CAD
Canadian dollars
- CZK
Czech koruna
- DKK
Danish kroner
- PLN
Polish zloty
- SEK
Swedish kroner
- TRL
Turkish lira
- SKK
Slovakian kroner
Technical data
PW 413 machine data
Electrical connection
Connection voltage
See data plate
Frequency
See data plate
Power rating
See data plate
Rated current
See data plate
Fuse rating
See data plate
Heat
See data plate
Installation dimensions
Casing width (without add-on components)
31.3" (795 mm)
Casing height (without add-on components)
53.2" (1350 mm)
Casing depth (without add-on components)
35.4" (897 mm)
Overall machine width
31.5" (799 mm)
Overall machine height
53.3" (1352 mm)
Overall machine depth
39.8" (1010 mm)
Minimum width of transport opening
Minimum distance between wall and machine front
31.7" (805 mm)
53.2" (1350 mm)
Weight and floor load
Net weight
see installation plan
Maximum floor load during operation
see installation plan
Emission levels
Sound pressure level in accordance with EN ISO 11204/11203
Sound power level, EN ISO 9614-2
< 70 dB(A) re 20 μPa
<80 dB(A)
Product safety
Product safety standard
US Field Evaluation UL 206 NFPA
70Bonding and Grounding Only
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Technical data
PW 418 machine data
Electrical connection
Connection voltage
See data plate
Frequency
See data plate
Power rating
See data plate
Rated current
See data plate
Fuse rating
See data plate
Heat
See data plate
Installation dimensions
Casing width (without add-on components)
36.3" (920 mm)
Casing height (without add-on components)
57.1" (1450 mm)
Casing depth (without add-on components)
33.8" (857 mm)
Overall machine width
36.4" (924 mm)
Overall machine height
57.2" (1452 mm)
Overall machine depth
35.5" (950 mm)
Minimum width of transport opening
36.7" (930 mm)
Minimum distance between wall and machine front
49.3" (1250 mm)
Weight and floor load
Net weight
see installation plan
Maximum floor load during operation
see installation plan
Emission levels
Sound pressure level in accordance with EN ISO 11204/11203
Sound power level, EN ISO 9614-2
< 70 dB(A) re 20 μPa
<80 dB(A)
Product safety
Product safety standard
102
US Field Evaluation UL 206 NFPA
70Bonding and Grounding Only
103
Please have the model and serial number
of your machine available when
contacting Technical Service.
U.S.A.
Canada
Miele, Inc.
Importer
Miele Limited
National Headquarters
9 Independence Way
Princeton, NJ 08540
Phone: 800-991-9380
609-419-4241
Fax:
www.miele-pro.com
Technical Service & Support
Phone: 800-991-9380
Fax: 800-220-1348
[email protected]
Professional Division
161 Four Valley Drive
Vaughan, ON L4K 4V8
Phone: 1-888-325-3957
Fax:
1-800-803-3366
www.mieleprofessional.ca
[email protected]
Miele Professional
Technical Service
Phone: 1-888-325-3957
Fax:
1-800-803-3366
[email protected]
Germany
Manufacturer
Miele & Cie. KG
Carl-Miele-Straße 29
33332 Gütersloh
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