Miele CVA 4066 Operating And Installation Instructions

Miele CVA 4066 Operating And Installation Instructions

Coffee system with convertible water connection
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Operating and Installation
Coffee System
with convertible water connection
CVA 4066
en - US, CA
To prevent accidents
and appliance damage
read these instructions
installation or use.
M.-Nr. 07 818 660


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  • Page 1 Operating and Installation Instructions Coffee System with convertible water connection CVA 4066 en - US, CA To prevent accidents and appliance damage read these instructions before installation or use. M.-Nr. 07 818 660...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS....... . . 4 Guide to the coffee system ......... . 8 Included accessories .
  • Page 3 Contents Water hardness ........... 30 Display .
  • 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

    However, under certain conditions it may be possible for installation in these applications. Please contact the Miele Technical Service Department with specific requirements. The unit is designed for a cold water connection. Do not connect it to hot water, it will get damaged.
  • Page 6 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 7 Only use the descaling tablets provided by Miele. Take care to use the correct mixture of water and descaler, otherwise it may cause damage. Depending on the oil content of the coffee, the brew unit may clog.
  • Page 8: Guide To The Coffee System

    Guide to the coffee system Front view On/Off s touch control Display Left arrow <, to scroll through program options OK touch control, to confirm selected program options and save settings Right arrow >, to scroll through program options Hot water - touch control Door grip Hot water dispenser Lighting...
  • Page 9 Guide to the coffee system Interior view Main switch Storage drawer Ground coffee chute Grind control slide Coffee bean container Drip tray with no-spill grid for transport Water tank Brew unit Waste unit Main dispenser connector (connects the brew unit to the main dispenser) Stainless-steel milk container Main dispenser connector cap...
  • Page 10: Included Accessories

    To measure ground coffee Cleaning agent For daily cleaning of the milk pipework Cleaning tablets To clean the brew unit Descaling tablets To descale the coffee system Additional accessories are available. Contact Miele or visit the Miele website for more information...
  • Page 11: First Steps To Use

    Touch controls Select a touch control with your fingertip to use the machine. Display Espresso The main menu in the display shows the following symbols: Espresso Coffee Cappuccino Latte macchiato Hot milk Milk froth User profile for up to nine different users Maintenance programs Settings: to customize...
  • Page 12: Preparing Your Appliance For An Extended Vacaion

    First steps to use You will then be prompted to set the Time format. ^ Tap < or > until the time format you wish to select (12-hour or 24-hour) is highlighted, confirm with OK. ^ Enter the Time of day: First set the hours using <...
  • Page 13: Filling Water, Beans Or Ground Coffee

    Clean the appliance thoroughly before loading the water tank and bean container (see "Cleaning and care"). Be sure to enter the water hardness (see "Settings - Water hardness"). Filling the water tank The beans and the water quality is important for a good espresso or coffee.
  • Page 14: Filling The Bean Container

    Filling water, beans or ground coffee Filling the bean container Only fill espresso or coffee beans in the beans container. Anything else - including ground coffee - will damage the grinding unit. Caramelized, flavored or otherwise pre-treated beans or sugar containing beverages must not be filled into the appliance.
  • Page 15: Preparing Drinks

    Clean the coffee system daily to prevent bacterial growth. All parts of the coffee system are dishwasher-safe except for the brew unit, bean container, stainless-steel milk container and lid, and main dispenser cover. Failure to properly maintain machine may cause health issues.
  • Page 16: Adjusting Main Dispenser Height

    Preparing drinks Adjusting main dispenser height The height of the main dispenser can be adjusted, to keep the shortest distance to the cup and retain heat, and maintain a better crema and froth. ^ Slowly pull the main dispenser up or down as desired.
  • Page 17: Coffee And Espresso Prepared From Ground Coffee

    Double portion If you would like a double portion of coffee or espresso, or to prepare two portions at the same time, ^ tap the OK button a second time, while the display reads "2 portions?". The two portions are always prepared one after the other.
  • Page 18: Beverages With Milk

    Preparing drinks Prepare beverages ^ Place a cup under the main spout. ^ Tap the OK button. The appliance brews the espresso or coffee, and the selected beverage is dispensed from the main spout. Do not open the appliance door during the brewing process.
  • Page 19 To prepare beverages with milk, ^ place the lid on the stainless steel milk container and turn the lid to the left, so that it clicks into place. ^ Open the appliance door and hang the milk container in the appliance (as shown).
  • Page 20: User Profile Beverages

    Preparing drinks User profile beverages The user profile function is used to prepare beverages to suit your taste, by adjusting the amounts of water, milk, and ground coffee, as well as temperature and pre-brewing (see "Creating a user profile"). If you have already created a user profile, first select it then prepare the beverage.
  • Page 21: Adjusting The Coffee Grinder

    The finer the coffee beans are ground determines the strength of the coffee and the quality of the crema. To prevent machine damage adjust the coffee grinder one level at a time and let the beans grind before adjusting another notch. Otherwise the machine will be damaged.
  • Page 22: Settings

    Settings The coffee system can be customized to suit individual preferences. Settings menu Settings ^ Tap < or > until Settings highlighted. Confirm with OK. ^ Tap < or > until the desired option is highlighted and confirm with OK. The current setting(s) will be marked with a check.
  • Page 23: Time Of Day

    Time of day ^ Select "Settings ", confirm with OK. Settings Time of day Timer ^ Tap < or > until "Time of day" is highlighted, confirm with OK. Three options are now available: Display The time display can be turned on or off.
  • Page 24: Timer

    Settings Timer ^ Select "Settings ", confirm with OK Settings Timer Coffee jug ^ Select < or > until "Timer" is highlighted, confirm with OK. ^ Use < or > to select "Set", confirm with OK. Three options are now available: Switch on at You can program your machine to turn on automatically at a certain time, for...
  • Page 25: Coffee Jug (Dispensing Several Servings, One Directly After Another)

    Switch off at A specific time of day can be set to turn the coffee system off. ^ Use < or > to select "Switch off at", confirm with OK. ^ Tap < or > to set the hours. Confirm with OK.
  • Page 26: Amount Of Coffee

    Settings Amount of coffee The amount of coffee will determine both the strength and the crema of your brewed coffee. Depending on the type of coffee, the ideal amount ranges from approximately 0.2 ounces and 0.5 ounces (6 g to 14 g per) cup. The higher the value, the stronger the prepared espresso, coffee, latte macchiato, or cappuccino will be.
  • Page 27: Temperature

    Temperature Five temperature settings are available for each coffee selection and three settings for hot water. Not every coffee type allows high temperatures. Some types react so sensitively that the crema cannot be properly built. ^ Select "Settings ", and confirm with Settings Temperature Automatic rinsing...
  • Page 28: Steam System

    Settings Steam system This appliance has two heating systems, making it possible for you to prepare milk froth/hot milk and coffee/espresso, one right after the other. If you seldom need milk froth or hot milk, you can turn the steam heating system off to save energy.
  • Page 29: Lighting: Setting The Switch-Off Time

    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 30: 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. When the machine is locked, the timer setting "Switch on at" will not work. Activating/Deactivating the System lock ^ Select "Settings ", confirm with OK.
  • Page 31: Display

    You can program four hardness levels on the machine: – Level 1 (soft): 0 - 3 gr/gal (0 - 3 °d) – Level 2 (moderately hard): 4 - 7 gr/gal (4 - 7 °d) – Level 3 (hard): 7 - 15 gr/gal (7 - 14 °d) –...
  • Page 32: Tone Options

    Settings Tone options A tone can be selected to confirm the selection of a touch control. The volume of the tone can also be adjusted. ^ Select "Settings ", confirm with OK. Settings Volume Plumbed water supply ^ Tap < or > until "Volume" is highlighted, confirm with OK.
  • Page 33: Showroom Program

    Showroom program The showroom program is used to demonstrate the machine at exhibits. In this demo mode, the machine lighting is On, but the machine does not heat up. Restoring factory default settings The "Factory default" setting can be used to reset different settings back to their original default status.
  • Page 34: Setting The Serving Sizes

    Setting the serving sizes The flavor of a coffee beverage depends not only on the type of coffee, but also on the quantity of water used. Not every espresso or cappuccino cup is the same size. Use this feature to set the volume of water to suit your taste and cup sizes.
  • Page 35 Setting serving sizes for cappuccino and latte macchiato using OK ^ Place the cappuccino cup or latte macchiato glass you will be using to set the portion size under the main dispensers. ^ Select cappuccino or latte macchiato. ^ Press and hold OK until the display shows the options for Cappuccino (Milk froth, Espresso) or Latte Macchiato (Hot milk, Milk froth,...
  • Page 36 Setting the serving sizes Setting the serving size for hot water ^ Place the desired cup under the hot water dispenser. ^ Tap - until the display reads "Prog. the amount". ^ Tap - again once the cup is filled as desired and "Save"...
  • Page 37: User Profiles

    If the appliance is used by several people with different preferences, you can save up to 9 individual user profiles. The following settings can be programmed for each user profile: – Serving size for coffee beverages and hot water – Serving size of milk for beverages with milk –...
  • Page 38: Creating A User Profile

    User profiles Creating a user profile ^ Tap < or > until "Create" is highlighted, confirm with OK. Up to 9 user profiles can be created. If you try to create more than 9 user profiles, the message "Memory full" will appear, you will need to delete a profile to create space.
  • Page 39: Deleting A User Profile

    Deleting a user profile ^ Select "Delete user profile", confirm with OK. ^ Use < or > to select the user profile you wish to delete, confirm with OK. A check mark appears after the user profile, and it will be erased shortly. User profiles Revert The appliance can be set so that it...
  • Page 40: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Quick Guide The coffee machine must be cleaned regularly to prevent bacteria. Recommended frequency Every time milk is prepared, if there is more than one hour between uses Every day (at least at the end of the day, before you switch off the appliance) Once a week...
  • Page 41: Rinsing The System

    Allow the coffee system to cool before cleaning. Danger of burns! Do not clean the unit with a steam cleaner. Never use cleaners containing chlorides, sand, baking soda or scouring agents. These will damage the surface. To avoid mold, growth and odors it is important to clean the machine regularly.
  • Page 42: Milk Pipework

    Cleaning and care Milk pipework Rinsing the milk pipework To prevent the milk residue from spoiling or drying in the machine and pipework, you should rinse these lines after use. In addition to rinsing after use, the lines need to be cleaned at the end of the day.
  • Page 43 Use only Miele cleaning agent, which was developed especially for this coffee system. You can obtain this cleaning agent from your Miele dealer or the Miele.com website. The cleaning process has now begun. When Prog. finished appears on the display, the lines are clean, and you can turn the machine off.
  • Page 44 Cleaning and care ^ Remove the cover with the milk pipework. Clean the whole part in the dishwasher without taking it apart. If there are milk residues in the milk pipework you can clean them with the cleaning brush provided. To do this, take the cover and the milk pipework apart as follows: Do not pull the milk hoses off the...
  • Page 45 ^ Then press the milk hoses into the guide rail and push the dispenser retainer on until it clicks into place. ^ Put the cover with the milk pipework back into the rear of the appliance door. Reattach the main dispenser (see "Main dispenser").
  • Page 46: Main Dispenser

    Cleaning and care Main dispenser ^ Pull the main dispenser all the way down and pull the cover forward to remove ^ Turn the cover around, slide the insert upward and out, and clean both parts thoroughly. ^ Slide the insert back into the cover until it clicks into place.
  • Page 47: Water Tank

    Water tank Empty the water tank daily and refill before preparing the first drink with fresh, cold tap water. Check if the valve is clean. If the valve has residues on it, the water tank will not connect properly and might leak.
  • Page 48: Drip Tray

    Cleaning and care Drip tray The trip tray contains a sensor which causes the display to show when the tray is full and needs to be emptied. Clean the drip tray daily. Remove the drip tray after the final rinse when no more water runs from the lines.
  • Page 49: Bean Container

    Bean container The bean container must be cleaned by hand with hot water and liquid dish soap. Do not use a dishwasher. ^ Pull the bean container out and push the lid back. ^ Wash the bean container by hand with hot water and liquid dish soap, then dry with a soft cloth.
  • Page 50: Brew Unit

    Cleaning and care Brew unit Manually clean the brew unit weekly. The movable parts are lubricated and the gaskets will get damaged in the dishwasher. Do not use a dishwasher this will cause damage. ^ Take out the water tank, waste unit and the storage drawer.
  • Page 51 They are specially developed for the coffee maker to optimize the degreasing. The cleaning tablets can be purchased from Miele. As a reminder the display shows "Please run cleaning program" after 200 cups and then until the machine is cleaned.
  • Page 52 Cleaning and care Exterior To avoid scratches or discoloration, immediately remove any soiling from the machine front. ^ 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 53: Descaling The Appliance

    They are specially developed for the coffee system to optimize the descaling. The descaling tablets can be purchased from Miele. Other agents may damage the machine and affect the taste of coffee and hot water. The machine could also be damaged.
  • Page 54 Descaling the appliance Descaling Maintenance ^ Tap < or > until "Maintenance m" is highlighted, confirm with OK. ^ Select "Descale" and confirm with OK or, when the appliance is switched off, tap the OK button. ^ Select "Start", tap OK to begin the descaling process.
  • Page 55: Frequently Asked Questions

    If not, the lighting is defective. Contact Miele. Solution – Turn the main switch to "I". – Plug the machine in. – 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 56 Frequently asked questions What if the machine does not switch on, even though the "Switch on at" timer setting is activated? Possible fault The System Lock is activated. The display messages are difficult to read. Possible fault The contrast or brightness of the displays are too low / high.
  • Page 57 Frequently asked questions Solution See "Cleaning and Care". Solution – Turn off the unit immediately. – Contact the Miele's Tech. Service if the bean container is not empty. Otherwise fill the container with fresh beans. Solution Set the grind control slide to a finer grind.
  • Page 58 Frequently asked questions The coffee/espresso is not hot enough. Possible fault – Were the supply lines and cup pre-heated? – The temperature is set too low. – Check if the brew unit is clogged. No drink is prepared although the beans were grinded and enough water is in the container.
  • Page 59 The coffee dispensing is interrupted. Possible fault The water tank is empty. Instead of coffee only water is dispensed. Possible fault – The beans may have gotten stuck. – The ground coffee funnel cover was opened and closed and a preparation with ground coffee was selected but no ground coffee was inserted.
  • Page 60 Frequently asked questions The machine does not rinse when turned on although the automatic rinse feature is set to "On". When the machine is still at a temperature of about 140°F (60°C). The machine will not rinse when it is too hot. The water (or milk) dispensing stops when programming the serving size.
  • Page 61 The preheating time is increased, the water flow amount is not correct and the unit performs less? Possible fault The machine needs to be descaled. No water flows from the main dispenser. Possible fault The filters in the brew unit are clogged. Rub any residue off the filters with a The brew unit or waste unit could not be pulled from the machine.
  • Page 62 Frequently asked questions The message "Insert water tank until it engages" appears Possible fault No water is dispensed. The message "Check water inlet" appears Possible fault The plumbed water intake is faulty. – Check for kinks in the water intake hose The gasket of the coffee dispenser connector is damaged and leaking.
  • Page 63 The main dispenser cap is faulty (see, "Guide to the machine - Interior view"). Possible fault Replace the cap with the spare part supplied. The grind control slide will not move. Close the unit and prepare a coffee/espresso. The grind grade can now be reset.
  • Page 64 Frequently asked questions The message "Check brew unit" appears on the display? Possible fault The brew unit is clogged. The message "Fault - 28" appears on the display? Possible fault If too much ground coffee passes through the coffee chute the machine is unable to process it.
  • Page 65 ^ When the message "Fit the brew unit" appears, open the door and insert all parts into the machine. ^ Close the door. If the message still shows contact Miele Technical Service. Frequently asked questions...
  • Page 66: 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 67: Installation Instructions

    Installation instructions Information is subject to change. Please refer to our website to obtain the most current product specification, technical & warranty information.
  • Page 68: 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 69: Plumbing

    The machine must be connected to the water supply in accordance with local and national regulations. The water being used should have the drinking water standards of the respective country where the machine is used. – All units and systems used to deliver the water to the coffee system must conform with the requirements of the respective country.
  • Page 70: Lead Free Certificate

    Lead free certificate This product is tested and certified by WQA against ORD0902 for California "lead free" compliance. Miele & Cie. KG Carl-Miele-Straße 29 D-33332 Gütersloh...
  • Page 71: 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. Electrical connection WARNING:...
  • Page 72: Installation

    Miele appliances can be installed flush or proud. Discuss your installation requirements with your architect, designer and installer. A combination with other Miele built in appliances is possible. If the machine is installed in combination with other appliances, it should be installed with a protective base between the appliance and the unit (exception: installation with a built-in plate warmer).
  • Page 73 ^ If there is no sealing strip around the installation recess, stick the Miele sealing strip onto the appliance from the back before putting it into the recess.
  • Page 74: Adjusting The Door Hinges

    Installation ^ Push the appliance into the niche. ^ Open the door and partially tighten the screws. ^ Carefully turn the lower screws, center the machine. ^ To secure the appliance in the cabinet, tighten the upper screws, by hand. Do not use an electric screwdriver.

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