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Miele NOVOTRONIC W 1966 Operating Instructions Manual

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Washer
W 1966
V
To prevent accidents and
machine damage,
read these instructions
installation or use.
M.-Nr.
05 631 101

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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    Operating instructions Washer W 1966 To prevent accidents and machine damage, read these instructions installation or use. M.-Nr. 05 631 101...
  • Page 2 ..........Centrer pages .
  • Page 3 Cleaning the washer ........
  • Page 4 WARNING - To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to per- sons while using your appliance, fol- low basic safety precautions, includ- ing the following: Read all instructions before using the appliance. GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS This appliance must be grounded. In the event of malfunction or break- down, grounding will reduce the risk of electric shock by providing a path of...
  • Page 5 turns the machine on and off or inter- rupts a program. opens the drum door. begins the wash program. are special wash features available to enhance a wash program. allows you to select the final spin speed of a program. for selecting a program and wash tem- perature.
  • Page 6 ^ Press in the "On/Off" button. ^ Turn the program selector to "COTTONS/very hot". ^ Press the "Spin" button until the "900" mark of the indicator lights. ^ Press the "START" button. Once the program ends the washer can be used for laundry.
  • Page 7 ^ Empty all pockets. Foreign objects left in pockets (e.g. nails, coins, paper clips, etc.) can cause damage to clothes and the machine. ^ Sort the laundry. Only wash items that are labeled ma- chine washable by the manufacturer. Most garments have a fabric care label in the collar or side seam.
  • Page 8 ^ Turn on the washer using the "On/Off" button. ^ Open the drum door using the "Door" button. ^ Load the laundry into the drum. For best results, wash mixed loads of small and large items. This will im- prove washing effectiveness and help distribute the load evenly.
  • Page 9 ^ Turn the program selector in either di- rection to the program you wish to use. Gentle program for hand and machine washable silk fabrics. Cool water and slower wash, rinse, and spin cycles re- duce wrinkling and fading. Specialty care program for hand and machine washable wool and wool blends.
  • Page 10 Available wash options: Soak, Heavy soil, Extended, Sensitive 95 °C / very hot 60 °C / hot 50 °C / hot 40 °C / warm 20 °C / cold Available wash options: Soak, Heavy soil, Extended, Sensitive 60 °C / hot 50 °C / warm 40 °C / warm 20 °C / cold...
  • Page 11 – No spin The laundry is not spun after the final rinse but the water is drained away. After the drain cycle the washer goes immediately into the anit-crease cy- cle. Spinning between the rinses is also omitted in this setting.
  • Page 12 An additional final rinse will wash away detergent residue and scents for the sensitive skin and nose. A buzzer can be selected to signal the end of the wash program. The buzzer will sound until the washer is turned off.
  • Page 13 ^ Pull out the detergent dispenser drawer and add detergent to the compartments. j = Detergent for the main wash i = Only add detergent ( total recommended amount of detergent) to this compartment if the heavy soil wash option is selected.
  • Page 14 Only use high efficiency, low sudsing laundry detergent formu- lated for front loading washing ma- chines. For wool and wool blend fabrics use a detergent formulated for wools. Follow instructions on the detergent packaging for the correct use and amount of detergent. Please adjust the amount of detergent if the load is smaller or more or less soiled than nor- mal.
  • Page 15 ^ Select a spin speed. ^ Press the "START" button. If starching frequently, clean the dis- penser compartment and especially the siphon tube and fabric softener duct. See "Cleaning the detergent dispenser drawer". ^ Do not use fabric dyes in this washer.
  • Page 16 ^ Press "START" to begin the program. ^ Hold the "START" button until the "Door Lock" indicator lights up. See "Locking the washer" for further de- tails.
  • Page 17 You may seriously injure your- self. If the drum turns with the door open, contact Miele’s Technical Ser- vice Department. ^ Remove the laundry. ^ Check the folds of the door seal for any small articles which may have been trapped.
  • Page 18 You can interrupt the following pro- grams to add or remove a piece of laundry: – COTTONS – PERMA PRESS – Jeans – Dress Shirts – Starch ^ Press the "Door" button and open the drum door. ^ Add or remove the piece of laundry. ^ Close the door.
  • Page 19 ^ Turn off the washer with the "On/Off" button. ^ Turn the program selector to "End". ^ Turn on the washer with the "On/Off" button. ^ Turn the program selector to "Drain/Spin". ^ Select the desired spin speed. ^ Press "Start".
  • Page 20 "START" button until the "Door Lock" indicator illuminates. The program lock is now activated. The washer can now no longer accept program changes and will continue to the end of the program. At the end of the program the lock is automatically unlocked.
  • Page 21 Before activating the lock: – the drum door must be closed, – the program selector must be at "End". Turn on the washer using the "On/Off" button. Press the "Heavy Soil" button and hold the button pressed in during steps...
  • Page 22 ^ Clean the drum with a stainless steel cleaner specially formulated for use in a washer, available from Miele’s Technical Service Department part # 00 077 927. Detergent residue should be cleaned out regularly.
  • Page 23 Occasionally small objects (buttons, coins, etc.), may find their way into the lint trap. If the machine does not drain completely, the lint trap should be checked to ensure that it is free of for- eign objects. ^ To clean the lint trap, remove the tool from behind the detergent dispenser drawer.
  • Page 24 Once the flow of water stops: ^ Remove the lint trap lid. ^ Clean out any foreign objects or lint from the filter. ^ Check that the drain pump impeller (in the back of the chamber) rotates freely by spinning with your hand. ^ Clean the inside of the lint trap hous- ing.
  • Page 25: Quick Guide

    Quick Guide Remove this guide for easy reference Please read all instructions, especially the "Important Safety Instructions", using the washer.
  • Page 26 ^ Empty pockets. ^ Sort laundry by fabric and color. ^ Pretreat stains. ^ Turn on the washer using the "On/Off" button. ^ Open the drum door using the "Door" button. ^ Load the laundry. ^ Close the drum door.
  • Page 27 "Door Lock" indicator lights up. ^ Open the drum door using the "Door" button. ^ Remove the laundry. ^ Turn off the washer using the "On/Off" button and turn the program selector to "End". ^ Close the drum door. of the...
  • Page 28 Available wash options: Soak, Heavy soil, Extended, Sensitive 95 °C / very hot 60 °C / hot 50 °C / hot 40 °C / warm 20 °C / cold Available wash options: Soak, Heavy soil, Extended, Sensitive 60 °C / hot 50 °C / warm 40 °C / warm 20 °C / cold...
  • Page 29 The washer has two water inlet filters to protect each inlet valve. These filters should be checked and cleaned if nec- essary every 6 months. This may have to be done more frequently with some water supplies. ^ Turn off the water valve.
  • Page 30 With the following guide, minor problems can be fixed without a service call. To turn off the fault indicator light: Turn off the washer with the "On/Off" button and turn the program selector to "End". The washer has no power.
  • Page 31 To turn off the fault indicator light: Turn off the washer with the "On/Off" button and turn the program selector to "End". The drain is blocked. The water intake is impaired. The inlet hose filter is dirty. The machine has oversudsed.
  • Page 32 – Select the "Sensitive" wash option with the next load. Add detergent to the dis- penser before adding a water softener. Clean the siphon tube, see "Washer care / Cleaning the detergent dispenser drawer". Make sure the drawer is in all the way.
  • Page 33 Not enough detergent was used to dissolve greasy deposits in heavily soiled laundry. The detergent was not completely dissolved be- cause of hard water. – Add more detergent. – Before washing more laundry run an empty load on "COTTONS/60°C" with detergent to clean out the machine.
  • Page 34 To protect from scalding the drum door can not be opened if the wash water temperature is over 55°C. Insert the plug into the outlet. Turn on the washer using the "On/Off" button. Deactivate the child safety lock as described in "Locking the washer."...
  • Page 35 ^ Open the detergent dispenser drawer. ^ Remove the tool. ^ Open the lint trap door. ^ Drain the water from the washer as described in "Washer care / "Cleaning the drain pump and lint trap." Make sure the machine is off and the drum has stopped turning.
  • Page 36 In the event of any fault which you can- not fix yourself, please contact: – Your Miele Dealer – The Miele Technical Service Department 1-800-999-1360 techserv@mieleusa.com 1-800-565-6435 service@miele.ca When contacting the Technical Service Department, please quote the model and serial number of your appliance.
  • Page 37: Installation Instructions

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS To prevent accidents and machine damage read these instructions installation or use.
  • Page 38 Washer / Dryer Stack ........
  • Page 39 The cardboard box and packing materi- als protect the appliance during ship- ping. They have been designed to be biodegradable and recyclable. Ensure that any plastic wrappings, bags etc. are disposed of safely and kept out of the reach of children. Dan- ger of suffocation! Please recycle.
  • Page 40 a Power cord b High pressure intake hoses blue mark for cold water red mark for hot water c Flexible drain hose with detachable swivel elbow (drain options shown) d Detergent dispenser drawer e Control panel f Drum door g Access panel to lint trap and drain pump h Four height adjustable feet...
  • Page 41 If the machine is installed on a raised platform it must be secured with retaining clips available from your dealer or the Miele Technical Service Department. If installed on a masonary or con- crete base, the base should have a "...
  • Page 42 This Miele washing machine can be in- stalled as part of a washer dryer stack in combination with a Miele tumble dryer. The dryer can only be stacked on top of the washer and never vice versa.
  • Page 43 – Lift the machine from its shipping pallet and move it to the installation site. – Do not lift the washer by the drum door. – Ensure that the machine’s feet and the floor are dry to prevent slippage during the spin cycle.
  • Page 44 ^ Withdraw the two struts together with the support plate. ^ Plug the two holes with the plastic caps provided. Movement of the washer without the shipping struts in place should be kept to a minimum. The struts must be reinstalled before the ma- chine is moved.
  • Page 45 Failure to level the machine can result in increased water and energy con- sumption as well as the washer "bang- ing" in the spin cycle or "walking" across the floor during use. The washer is levelled by adjusting the four feet.
  • Page 46 Both hoses be connected to a water source, or the machine will not function prop- erly. connect the washer to hot water only. Turn on the valve(s) and check for leaks. The water pressure must be within 15-145 psi (1-10 bar).
  • Page 47 Make sure that the sealing ring is seated properly on the hose connector. Only replace the hose with a genuine Miele hose or with a hose able to with- stand up to 145 psi (10 bar) pressure. The water valve connector must also be able to withstand 145 psi (10 bar).
  • Page 48 ^ If desired, the drain hose may be ex- tended to run 16 ft maximum as long as the 3 ft height is not exceeded. Hose extensions are available from your dealer or Miele’s Technical Ser- vice Department.
  • Page 49 AC power supply. The proper outlet can be purchased from an electrical supply dealer or from the Miele Technical Service Dept. Ask for a NEMA 14-30 R receptacle. If you don’t have a dedicated 4 wire, 120/208-240 V, 15 Amp line for this ap- pliance, but you have a 240 V, 30 Amp line, you can use an optional "Easy In-...
  • Page 52 Alterations rights reserved /000/1402 M.-Nr. 05 631 101 This bio-friendly paper was bleached without the use of chlorine.