Miele CVA 2652 Operating And Installation Instructions
Miele CVA 2652 Operating And Installation Instructions

Miele CVA 2652 Operating And Installation Instructions

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Operating and Installation
Coffee System
CVA 2652
en - US, CA
To prevent accidents
and machine damage
read these instructions
installation or use.
M.-Nr. 07 357 030


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  • Page 1 Operating and Installation Instructions Coffee System CVA 2652 en - US, CA To prevent accidents and machine damage read these instructions before installation or use. M.-Nr. 07 357 030...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS....... . . 4 Guide to the coffee system ......... . 8 Display .
  • Page 3 Contents Cleaning and care ..........37 Overview .
  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS When using electrical appliances basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following: Read all instructions before installation or use of the coffee system. Please read these instructions carefully to prevent accidents and machine damage. This appliance complies with current safety requirements.
  • Page 5: Technical Safety

    Otherwise the warranty is void. Defective components should be replaced by Miele original spare parts only. Only with these parts can the manufacturer guarantee the safety of the appliance. To protect against fire, electric...
  • Page 6 Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug, or after the appliance malfunctions or has been damaged in any manner. Contact Miele. Always attach the cord to the appliance first, then plug it into the wall outlet. To disconnect, turn the machine off, then remove the plug from the wall outlet.
  • Page 7 Clean the capsule plate every 1 to 2 months with a cleaning tablet, available from Miele. Only use the descaling tablets provided by Miele and be sure to use the correct mixture of water and descaler. Otherwise appliance damage may occur.
  • Page 8: Guide To The Coffee System

    Guide to the coffee system Front view a On/Off s touch control b Display c Left arrow <, to scroll through program options d OK touch control, to confirm selected program options and save settings e Right arrow >, to scroll through program options f r Drink selection touch control to select the beverage type (coffee or espresso) g Door grip...
  • Page 9 Guide to the coffee system Interior view m Main Switch n Capsule plate (replace with descaling funnel when descaling is performed) o Brew unit p Capsule carousel q Carousel tray r Water tank s Drip tray with grid (with no-spill grid for transport) t Waste container...
  • Page 10: Display

    Display Touch controls Select a touch control with your fingertip to use the machine. Display COSI K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 L o n G k C The main menu in the display shows the following symbols: Up to 5 different coffee types Steam Hot water User profile for up to 9 different...
  • Page 11: First Steps To Use

    Before the first use The appliance must be correctly installed and connected before the first use. See the "Installation Instructions". Clean the appliance and remove protective foils before the first use. See "Cleaning and Care". Switching on ^ Select On/Off s to turn the coffee system on.
  • Page 12 First steps to use Filling lines with water The appliance is drained completely before leaving the factory. Before the first drink is prepared, you will need to pump water into the lines. ^ Place a cup under the coffee dispenser. Hot water K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 L ^ Select Hot water o using <...
  • Page 13: Filling Water And Coffee Capsules

    The appliance should be cleaned before filling it with water and coffee capsules (see "Cleaning and care"). Be sure to set the water hardness (see "Settings - Water hardness"). Filling the water tank The water tank should be washed and filled with fresh cold tap water before each day of use.
  • Page 14: Filling The Coffee Capsule Carousel

    Filling water and coffee capsules Filling the coffee capsule carousel Only insert Nespresso coffee capsules in the carousel. Damaged, broken or dented capsules should not be used they may jam in the machine. There are five chambers, each can hold four capsules.
  • Page 15: Allocating Various Coffee Types

    Sixteen different Nespresso coffee types are available for this coffee system (as well as occasional "Limited Edition" blends). They differentiate in terms of acidity, fruitness, bitterness and roast. Therefore the preparing times will vary. See "The Espresso / Lungo range" for more information on the coffee types.
  • Page 16 Allocating various coffee types Saving an entry ^ When the entry is complete, use < or > to select OK. Confirm by pressing OK again. The menu for the chamber you are "loading" will appear in the display. ^ To exit the menu, use < or > to select "back A".
  • Page 17: Making Coffee / Espresso

    Clean the coffee system daily to prevent bacterial growth. All parts of the coffee system are dishwasher- safe except for the capsule plate and the plastic drip tray. Failure to properly maintain machine may cause health issues. Rinse the water lines before preparing the first drink of the day.
  • Page 18: Coffee And Espresso

    Making coffee / espresso Coffee and Espresso ^ Place a cup under the coffee dispenser. COSI K2 K3 K4 K5 L o n G k C ^ Use < or > to select the desired coffee type. ^ Use the "Drink selection" touch control to select Espresso or Coffee.
  • Page 19: Preparing Hot Milk, Frothed Milk, And Cappuccino

    Preparing hot milk, frothed milk, and Cappuccino This appliance includes a Cappuccinatore, which can be used to easily prepare warm milk, frothed milk, and cappuccino. Before using the cappuccinatore for the first time, wash it either in the dishwasher or with hot water and liquid dish soap.
  • Page 20 Making coffee / espresso Frothing milk into a cup ^ Pre-warm the cup before filling with froth. ^ Push the cappuccinatore spout all the way into the lid. ^ Turn the valve all the way to the right. ^ Fill the cappuccinatore a no higher than the upper mark with cold milk and cover with the lid on.
  • Page 21 Frothing milk in the cappuccinatore ^ Pull the cappuccinatore spout into the "out" position. ^ Turn the valve all the way to the right for frothing. ^ Fill the cappuccinatore to the lower marking a with cold milk and cover with the lid.
  • Page 22: After Use

    Making coffee / espresso Rinsing the lid For a quick cleaning between uses of the cappuccinatore the lid can be rinsed with the steam valve. This rinsing does not replace the cleaning of the cappuccinatore in a dishwasher. Maintenance K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 L ^ Select maintenance "G"...
  • Page 23: Setting Serving Sizes

    The flavor of the coffee depends on the coffee type and the quantity of water used. To ensure the machine uses exactly the amount of water to suit your taste and your cup size, use this feature to program the water amount used. You can set the serving sizes for espresso, coffee, and hot water.
  • Page 24 Setting serving sizes Setting the serving sizes via Settings "C" ^ Place the cup you will be using to set the portion size under the dispenser for the corresponding beverage type. ^ Select "Settings" from the main menu. Confirm with OK. ^ Tap >...
  • Page 25: User Profiles

    Up to 9 individual user profiles can be programmed to accommodate different preferences and serving sizes. See "Setting serving sizes". User profile K1 K1 K3 K4 K5 L ^ Tap the right arrow > button until user profile "n" is highlighted. Confirm with Several options are now available: Selecting a user profile This option allows you to select from...
  • Page 26: Changing A User Profile

    User profiles Saving an entry ^ When the entry is complete, use < or > to select OK. Confirm by selecting OK again. The menu for the user profile will appear in the display. Not saving an entry ^ If you do not wish to save the entry, use <...
  • Page 27: Making Coffee / Espresso With User Profiles

    Making coffee / espresso with user profiles If you have set the machine for specific user profiles (see "Setting user profiles") you must first select the desired user and then the type of drink. User profile K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 L ^ Select user profile "n"...
  • Page 28: Settings

    Settings The coffee system can be customized to suit individual preferences. Selecting a language Settings F K1 K1 K3 K4 K5 L L n G k ^ Select "Settings F" from the main menu. Confirm with OK. "Language" is now highlighted in the display.
  • Page 29: Setting The Timer

    Display You can switch the time of day display on or off: ^ Select "Display" using the arrow buttons. Select one of the following settings: – "On": The time of day is displayed even if the appliance is off. – "On for 60 seconds": When the appliance is turned off, the time of day will remain displayed for 60 seconds.
  • Page 30 Settings If the coffee system turns on automatically three times and no beverage is dispensed, the machine will not turn on automatically after that. The preset times will remain saved and will be activated when the machine is manually turned on again.
  • Page 31: Steam System

    Steam system The appliance is equipped with 2 heating systems allowing you to prepare steam and coffee/espresso at the same time. If you do not use steam frequently, it can be turned off to save energy. If the steam system is turned Off, the appliance will only prepare steam and coffee/espresso one after the other.
  • Page 32: Lighting: Setting The Switch-Off Time

    Settings Lighting: Setting the switch-off time Whenever the machine is On, the machine lighting is also On. The lighting turns off automatically when the machine has been idle for 15 minutes. When the machine is turned off, you can program the lighting to remain On and to shut off automatically after a certain amount of time if the machine is not used...
  • Page 33: Volume

    Volume The appliance can be set so a tone will sound each time a button touched. The volume of the signal tones can also be set. ^ Select "Settings F" from the main menu. Confirm with OK. ^ Tap > until "Volume" is highlighted. Confirm with OK.
  • Page 34: System Lock

    Settings System lock The coffee system can be locked so that it cannot be used by children or those not familiar with the operating instructions. If the appliance is locked, the "Switch on at" function will not work. Activating/Deactivating the system lock ^ Select "Settings F"...
  • Page 35: Restore Factory Default Settings

    The appliance can be set to one of 4 hardness levels: – Level 1 (soft): 0 - 3 gr/gal (0 - 3 °d) – Level 2 (moderate): 4 - 7 gr/gal (4 - 7 °d) – Level 3 (hard): 7 - 15 gr/gal (7 - 14 °d) –...
  • Page 36 Settings The coffee system is delivered with the following factory default settings: – Steam system (On) – Time display (on for 60 seconds), Clock format (24 h), Timer: Turning on at (12:00), Turning off after (1:00), Turning off at (12:00), Turning on at (deactivated) Turning off at (deactivated) –...
  • Page 37: Cleaning And Care

    Overview Frequency Every time milk is prepared if there is more than one hour between uses Everyday (at least at the end of the day, before you switch off the appliance) Once a week (more often if there is heavy soiling) Once a month After approx 15,000 portions...
  • Page 38: Rinsing The System

    Cleaning and care Turn the machine off at the main switch before cleaning. Allow the coffee system to cool before cleaning. Be aware, the water in the drip tray will be hot. Danger of burns! Do not clean in the capsule plate opening.
  • Page 39: Water Tank

    Water tank Empty the water tank daily, and fill it with cold fresh water shortly before you start preparing a beverage. When cleaning, check to be sure that there is no debris in or around the valve. This would prevent the tank from connecting properly, causing it to leak.
  • Page 40 Cleaning and care Plastic and metal drip trays ^ Take the plastic and metal drip trays out of the appliance and wash them. Wash the plastic drip tray by hand only. Capsule carousel and tray ^ Pull the carousel tray a out as far as possible.
  • Page 41: Interior And Appliance Door

    Coffee dispenser cover ^ Open the appliance door. ^ Slide the cover, in the middle of the appliance door, upward. ^ Clean the cover in the dishwasher, or with a mild solution of warm water and liquid dish soap. Also clean the inside of the door with warm water and a mild solution of liquid dish soap.
  • Page 42: Capsule Plate

    Clean the capsule plate as necessary or when the machine needs to be descaled with the supplied cleaning tablets. The cleaning tablets can be purchased from Miele. ^ Press the checkered portion, a, down and pull the capsule plate, b, out.
  • Page 43 Exterior If soiling is not removed promptly it could cause the surface of the machine to alter or discolor. Be sure to remove soiling immediately. ^ Turn off the machine using the On/Off button. ^ The front of the appliance can be cleaned with a sponge and a solution of warm water and non abrasive liquid dish soap.
  • Page 44 Cleaning and care Cappuccinatore Clean the cappuccinatore after every use, otherwise it may become blocked with dried milk and hard to clean. The cappuccinatore can be disassembled into parts for thorough cleaning. For best results, use a dishwasher - all parts are dishwasher-safe.
  • Page 45 Maintenance The perforator should be changed after 15,000 cups of coffee / espresso. The perforator can be purchased from Miele. It is recommended to contact the Miele Service department for assistance in performing this maintenance task. Settings F K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 L o n G k ^ Select "Settings F"...
  • Page 46: Descaling The Coffee System

    Only use the enclosed descaling tablets for descaling. The descaling tablets are specially designed for this coffee system. Descaling tablets can be purchased from Miele. Other agents may damage the machine and affect the taste of the coffee and hot water.
  • Page 47 The descaling cannot be interrupted once the OK button has been pressed. The process must be allowed to run through to completion. This is a safety feature to ensure the process will be completed. Descaling is important to increase the life of the machine and to ensure the best results possible.
  • Page 48 Descaling the coffee system ^ When the display prompts you to add fresh water to tank, rinse the tank throughly with fresh water, and fill to the k mark with fresh water. Also empty the Waste container at this time. During rinsing, water will flow from both nozzles.
  • Page 49: Frequently Asked Questions

    – The main switch is turned off. – The machine is not plugged in. – Check that the fuse had not blown or is defective. If the fuse has blown contact Miele's Technical Service Department. Solution – The machine goes into standby mode when not used for a programmed time.
  • Page 50 Frequently asked questions The coffee system does not turn on, even though the "Turn on at" setting has been activated. Possible fault – The system lock has been activated. – The machine was not used 3 times in a row after the automatic turn on. The display is hard to read.
  • Page 51 Preparing / Dispensing problems No beverage is prepared although there are coffee capsules in the carousel and there is enough water in the water tank. Possible fault – The water tank is not sitting properly in the appliance. – A coffee capsule is jammed in the carousel.
  • Page 52 Refill coffee capsules. Solution – Check the drip tray contacts. – Reinsert the drip tray. – Using the main switch turn the appliance off the on again. If the message persists contact Miele Technical Service Dept.
  • Page 53 Coffee results The dispensed coffee has ground coffee in it. Possible fault The capsule plate is soiled. The water flow stopped while the quantity was being programmed. Possible fault – If the maximum water amount is reached, the water dispensing stops automatically.
  • Page 54 Frequently asked questions There is water in the waste container. This is not a fault. This is residual water from the brewing and rinsing processes. There is "coffee water" in the waste container. Possible fault The capsule plate is not inserted correctly.
  • Page 55 One of the messages F 73, F 74 or F 77 appears in the display. – Follow the instructions in the display if necessary. – Turn off the appliance, wait a few seconds, then turn it back on. If the problem persists, contact Miele's Technical Service Department. Frequently asked questions Solution –...
  • Page 56: Removing A Jammed Capsule

    Removing a jammed capsule ,Turn the machine off at the main switch in the upper left corner. Danger of electric shock. The machine must be turned off before performing the next steps. What if F 72 appears in the display? A capsule has jammed between the capsule plate and the capsule carousel.
  • Page 57 What if F 75 appears in the display? The waste container sensors are dirty. ^ Remove the waste container and clean the niche, paying special attention to the sensors on the left and right hand sides. ^ Place the waste container back in the niche.
  • Page 58 Removing a jammed capsule What if F 76 appears in the display? The coffee capsule was not pushed correctly onto the capsule plate and is possibly damaged. ^ Open the appliance door. Turn off the appliance with the main switch. ^ Remove the carousel tray and the capsule plate from the machine.
  • Page 59: After Sales Service

    Miele’s Service department, Extended Service Contracts offered by other providers for Miele products will not be recognized by Miele. Our goal is to prevent unauthorized (and untrained) service personnel from working on your Miele products, possibly doing further damage to them, you and/or your home.
  • Page 61: Installation Instructions

    Installation instructions...
  • Page 62: Caring For The Environment

    Caring for the environment Disposal of packing material The cardboard box and packing materials protect the appliance during shipping. They have been designed to be biodegradable and recyclable. Please recycle. Ensure that any plastic wrappings, bags, etc. are disposed of safely and kept out of the reach of children.
  • Page 63: Electrical Connection

    If there is any question concerning the electrical connection of this appliance to your power supply, please consult a licensed electrician or contact Miele’s Technical Service Department. See back page for contact information. WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE...
  • Page 64: Installation

    Installation Installation options The coffee system is designed to be built into cabinetry. Miele appliances can be installed flush or proud. Discuss your installation requirements with your architect, designer and installer.
  • Page 65 Installation To install below a hanging cabinet a CVUG 50 hanging housing unit (optional accessory) is required. The coffee system can also be used as a free-standing appliance using the CVSG 50 sitting housing unit (optional accessory).
  • Page 66 Installation Installation Make sure power is not supplied to the appliance while installation or maintenance work is performed. Disconnect the power supply to the work area by unplugging the unit, tripping the circuit breaker or removing the fuse. The coffee system must be installed into cabinetry before being used.
  • Page 67: Coffee Glossary

    Caffè is the Italian term for a standard espresso. Caffè americano is a thin espresso with water added. Caffè corretto is espresso with a splash of liquor. Caffè freddo is iced coffee. An extended version of espresso served with ice. Caffè...
  • Page 68: The Espresso Range

    The Espresso range Ristretto (black) is the typical Italian espresso. It is a short, strong, full-bodied espresso with a touch of acidity. It has a pleasantly lingering taste. Strength: 10 Ideal cup size: Espresso, 1/2 Espresso or Cappuccino Arpeggio (dark purple) is a Mediterranean blend par excellence with a strong character, intense body and long exquisite...
  • Page 69: The "Pure Origin" Espresso Range

    Indriya from India (sage) This intense bodied espresso is a blend of Arabica and Robusta from Southern India. Its sustained but quick roasting balances its strong character, bringing out cocoa and spicy notes of clover, pepper and nutmeg. Indriya expresses all its passion in a half espresso cup (25 ml).
  • Page 70: The Lungo Range

    The Lungo range Fortissio Lungo (teal) This full-bodied Lungo is characterised by notes of dark-roasted beans. A blend of Central and South American Arabicas with a hint of Robusta, Fortissio Lungo offers a delicious bitterness and an exquisite fullness on the palate.
  • Page 72 Alteration rights reserved / 2309 M.-Nr. 07 357 030 / 06 CVA 2652 For the most updated manual please see the Miele web site.

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