Miele GAS COMBISET CS 1011 Operating And Installation Instructions

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Operating and Installation
Gas Combiset
CS 1011
en - US
To prevent accidents and
appliance damage,
read these instructions
installation or use.
M.-Nr. 07 366 200


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  • Page 1 Operating and Installation Instructions Gas Combiset CS 1011 ® ® en - US To prevent accidents and appliance damage, read these instructions before installation or use. M.-Nr. 07 366 200...
  • Page 2 WARNING: If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or death. – Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS....... . . 4 Guide to the combiset ..........9 Burner .
  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WARNING- When using your gas appliance follow basic precautions, including the following: This gas combiset conforms to all uniform safety codes and regulations. Read all instructions before installation or use to prevent injury and appliance damage. These instructions contain important information on installation, safety, use and maintenance of this appliance.
  • Page 5 Technical safety Installation, repair and maintenance work should be performed by a Miele authorized service technician. Work by unqualified persons could be dangerous and may void the warranty. Before installing the combiset, check for externally visible damage. Do not operate a damaged appliance.
  • Page 6 However, under certain circumstances it may be possible for installation in these applications. Please contact the nearest Miele Dealer or the Miele Technical Service Department with specific requirements. After connecting the appliance test for leaks according to the installation instructions.
  • Page 7 Do not use pans that extend past the burner grate. Using larger pans may cause the flames to spread out and damage the surrounding countertop or other countertop appliances. For safety and stability, do not use pans with a bottom diameter smaller than the burner grate.
  • Page 8 In the event of damage or defect, turn off the appliance immediately. Turn off the gas shut off valve and disconnect completely from the electrical supply. Contact the Miele Technical Service Department. Do not use the appliance until it has been repaired.
  • Page 9: Guide To The Combiset

    Guide to the combiset a Wok burner b Burner grate c Control knob d Display Indicators e On/Off indicator f "Residual Heat" indicator...
  • Page 10: Burner

    Guide to the combiset Burner g Small burner cap h Large burner cap i Burner ring j Burner k Ignition safety control (Thermocouple) l Ignitor m Burner base Positioning the burner parts The proper function of the burner is only guaranteed if the burner parts are positioned correctly: The notch on the burner cap must securely fit into the recess of the burner...
  • Page 11: Before Using The Combiset

    Cleaning the combiset Before using for the first time clean the appliance as follows: ^ Remove any protective foil. ^ Wash the removable parts of the gas burner in a mild solution of warm water and liquid dish soap. ^ Dry and reassemble the parts in the correct order (see "Cleaning and care").
  • Page 12: Use

    Fast-Ignition System The gas combisets are equipped with a Fast-Ignition-System which incorporates the following features: – The control knob does not need to be pressed until the flame lights. – If the flame goes out because of a draft, for example, the burner is automatically re-ignited.
  • Page 13 Turning on ^ To turn on the burner, press the control knob down to pass the resistance, then release the pressure and turn it counterclockwise to the largest flame symbol. The ignitor will "click" and ignite the gas. If the burner does not ignite or the flame goes out, turn the control knob to "ß".
  • Page 14: On/Off Indicator And Residual Heat Indicator

    On/Off indicator and Residual heat indicator When the combiset is turned on, the On/Off indicator lights up. Once a pre-set temperature has been reached, the residual heat indicator will also light up. The On/Off indicator goes out when the combiset is turned off. The residual heat indicator will remain on until the combiset is cool enough to touch.
  • Page 15: Cookware

    – Any heat resistant cookware can be used on a gas cooktop. – Cookware with a thick bases distributes heat well. Thin cookware can overheat easily, requiring you to stir more frequently.
  • Page 16: Energy Saving Tips

    Energy saving tips – Whenever possible, keep pots and pans covered while cooking. This helps keep in the most possible heat. – Cook with a small amount of water. – Using a pressure cooker will greatly reduce cooking time. – Lower the flame after browning or parboiling.
  • Page 17: Safety Features

    Ignition safety control This appliance is equipped with an Ignition Safety Control. This control cuts the gas supply if the flame goes out and reignition is unsuccessful. ^ To reignite the burner, turn the control knob to"ß", then switch the burner on as usual.
  • Page 18: Cleaning And Care

    Dry your combiset thoroughly after cleaning it to prevent lime deposits. Spills containing salt or sugar should be cleaned immediately. A variety of Miele cleaning a care products are available from your authorized Miele dealer or by visiting the Mieleusa.com website.
  • Page 19 Burner The burner can be dismantled and cleaned when cool. ^ Remove the burner parts and wash them in a solution of hot water and liquid dish soap. Dry them thoroughly. Make sure that the flame holes are clean and completely dry. ^ Wipe the burner base clean with a damp cloth and then dry.
  • Page 20: Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently asked questions Repairs should only be carries out by an authorized technician in accordance with local and national safety regulations. Unauthorized repairs could cause injury or appliance damage. The burner does not ignite when the combiset is being used for the first time or after an extended period of not being used.
  • Page 21 The burner does not ignite after several attempts. Possible fault Disconnect the appliance from the electrical supply for a few seconds. If the problem persists, check if: – The burner is assembled incorrectly. – The gas valve is closed. – The burner is wet and soiled. –...
  • Page 22 Frequently asked questions The igniter does not spark. Possible fault The circuit breaker has tripped. Food has deposited itself between the ignitor and the burner cap. Food has deposited on the ignition safety control. For safety reasons, after a spill on the combiset you may need to wait approx. 5 minutes before you are able to reignite the burner.
  • Page 23: Technical Service

    Technical Service In the event of a fault which you cannot easily fix yourself, please contact the Miele Technical Service Department at the address on the back of this booklet. When contacting Technical Service please quote the serial number and model of the appliance.
  • Page 24 Miele appliance. Please note that unless expressly approved in writing by the Miele Ser- vice department, Extended Service Contracts offered by other providers for Miele products will not be recognized by Miele.
  • Page 25: Installation Instructions

    Installation Instructions IMPORTANT: SAVE FOR THE LOCAL ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR'S USE Information is subject to change. Please refer to our website to obtain the most current product specification, technical & warranty information. To prevent accidents and appliance damage read these instructions before installation or use.
  • Page 26: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Installation The minimum distances given in these Installation instructions are to combustible surfaces, and must be observed to ensure safe operation. Failure to do so increases the risk of fire. The cabinetry and venting hood should be installed first to prevent damage to the combiset.
  • Page 27: Safety Distances Above The Appliance

    Safety distances above the appliance The minimum safety distance given by the hood manufacturer must be maintained between the combiset and the hood above it. See the installation instructions of the hood for these safety measurements. If the hood manufacturers instructions are not available or if flammable objects are installed over the combiset (e.g.
  • Page 28 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Safety distances to the sides of the appliance The appliance should only be installed as shown in the illustrations, while maintaining the required safety distances shown. Do not install the appliance between two tall cabinets, this is a fire hazard. A distance of at least 2"...
  • Page 29: Installation

    Safety distance from the wall covering If a wall covering is installed, a minimum safety distance must be maintained between the countertop cut-out and the covering, since high temperatures can damage these materials. If the covering is made of a combustible material (such as wood), the distance between the countertop cut-out and the wall covering must be a minimum of 2"...
  • Page 30: Installation Dimensions

    Installation Installation dimensions a Spring clips b Appliance front c Installation height d Power supply box with connection cable, L = 78 3/4" (2000 mm) e Gas fitting f Rating label...
  • Page 31: Cut Out

    Cut out ^ Make the countertop cut-out for the desired number of appliances. Remember to maintain a minimum safety distance from the back wall, as well as from any tall unit or side wall to the left or right of the combiset.
  • Page 32: Installation Of Multiple Appliances

    Installation Installation of multiple appliances When installing more than one combiset appliance, a support bar b must be installed between the appliances. Countertop cut-out two appliances For the installation of two appliances the width of the countertop cut-out D is the sum of A and C.
  • Page 33 Sample calculations for a countertop cut-out for three appliances appliance width appliance width minus 5/16" (8 mm) 11" (280 mm) 11 5/16" (288 mm) 11" (280 mm) 15" (380 mm) 11" (280 mm) 22 11/16" (576 mm) 14 5/8" (372 mm) 11 5/16" (288 mm) 14 5/8"...
  • Page 34 Installation a Spring clips b Support bars c Space between support bar and countertop d Cover The illustration represents the attachment of spring clips a and support bars b for 3 appliances. An additional support bar is required for each additional appliance. The position for attachment of an additional support bar depends on the width of appliance B.
  • Page 35: Attach The Spring Clips And Support Bars

    Attach the spring clips and support bars Wood or solid surface countertops ^ Place the supplied spring clips a and the support bars b at the marked positions as shown above, by laying them on the upper edge of the cut-out and then securing them with the "...
  • Page 36 Installation Granite countertop The screws are not needed for granite countertops. ^ Position and attach the spring clips a and support bars b with strong, double-sided tape c. ^ Coat the side and lower edges of the spring clips between a and b with silicone.
  • Page 37: Installing The Appliance / Appliances

    Installing the appliance / appliances ^ Feed the power cord down through the cut-out. ^ Place the front edge of the appliance into the cut-out. ^ With a hand on each side of the appliance press down evenly on the edges until it clicks into position.
  • Page 38: Sealing

    Installation Sealing The appliance must not be permanently sealed into the countertop when installed. The sealing strip under the edge of the appliance provides a sufficient seal for the countertop. If the appliance is sealed into position, the countertop or appliance could be damaged if it needs to be removed for maintenance or service.
  • Page 39: Electrical Connection

    This appliance must be grounded according to local or national codes. All electrical work should be performed by a qualified electrician in accordance with local codes and with the: National Electrical Code ANSI / NFPA No. 70 for the USA Canadian Electrical Code Part I for Canada (CSA Standard C 22.1).
  • Page 40 Electrical connection...
  • Page 41: Gas Connection

    Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier. In Massachusetts a licensed plumber/gas fitter is required. This appliance must be installed with its own shut off valve and the included gas pressure regulator. Both the valve and the regulator must be easily accessible to the consumer to turn on or shut off the...
  • Page 42: Gas Pressure Regulator

    ½" NPT c Regulator As shown in the above diagram, the included regulator must be used when connecting the Miele combiset to your gas supply. This item has been customized by Miele to meet all applicable safety requirements. Make...
  • Page 43: Nominal Ratings

    Nominal ratings Maximum output Gas type BTU/hr Natural Gas (NG) 17,500 Propane (LP) 17,500 Minimum output Gas type BTU/hr Natural Gas (NG) Propane (LP) 0.20 0.20 Gas connection...
  • Page 44: Converting To Another Type Of Gas

    Converting to another type of gas The combiset should have been ordered for connection to either natural gas or LP gas (propane). If the combiset is not configured for the proper type of gas connection please contact your Miele Dealer.
  • Page 45: Help Protect Our Environment

    Disposal of packing materials The cardboard box and packing materials are biodegradable and recyclable. Please recycle. Ensure that any plastic wrappings, bags, etc. are disposed of safely and kept out of the reach of children. Danger of suffocation! Help protect our environment Disposal of an old appliance Old appliances contain materials that can be recycled.

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