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Miele PW 5064 Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating Instructions
PW 5064
en - US
To prevent accidents
and appliance damage
read these instructions
installation or use.
M.-Nr. 07 704 080



  Summary of Contents for Miele PW 5064

  • Page 1 Operating Instructions Washer PW 5064 en - US To prevent accidents and appliance damage read these instructions before installation or use. M.-Nr. 07 704 080...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS....... . . 4 Guide to the washer..........8 Control panel .
  • Page 3 Contents Installation instructions ......... . . 41 Installation .
  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Correct usage WARNING - To reduce the risk Only use the washing machine to of fire, electric shock or injury to wash items which are specified by the persons while using your appliance manufacturer to be machine washable follow basic safety precautions, on the fabric care label.
  • Page 5 If the power cord is damaged it having an equipment- grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The must only be replaced by a Miele Ser- plug must be plugged into an vice technician with a genuine Miele appropriate outlet that is properly power cord.
  • Page 6 Please Ensure that no foreign objects are contact the Miele Technical Service left in pockets (e.g. nails, coins, paper Department with specific requirements. clips, etc.) find their way into the Before the appliance is removed for machine with the laundry.
  • Page 7 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Accessories Do not wash articles that have been previously cleaned, washed, soaked or Only use genuine Miele spotted with gasoline, dry-cleaning accessories. If unapproved parts are solvents or other flammable used, guarantee, performance and substances. These articles give off product liability claims may become vapors that could ignite or explode.
  • Page 8: Guide To The Washer

    Guide to the washer Control panel a "Start" button with indicator e "Additional Pre-wash" button with starts the selected wash program. indicator b Display with –, "OK" and + buttons f Program selector allows more info to be seen on the to select a wash program.
  • Page 9: Display

    Guide to the washer Display – / + buttons To change the value highlighted in the display. – decreases the value or moves the marker up + increases the value or moves the marker down. "OK" button To confirm the selected value and select the next component.
  • Page 10: Before Using For The First Time

    The Welcome screen shows when the machine is turned on for the first time: A program must be run without Miele Professional Willkommen laundry or detergent to flush out any residual water from the factory testing Once the first program is completed,...
  • Page 11: Use

    1. Sort the laundry Preparing mops, cloths etc. ^ Shake mops, cloths and pads well to Foreign objects (e.g. nails, remove coarse soiling before placing coins, paper clips) can damage them in the drum. clothes as well as the machine. Sorting laundry ^ Empty all pockets.
  • Page 12: Loading The Washer

    ^ Close the drum door. 2. Loading the washer ^ Press the K button to turn on the washer. ^ Open the drum door by pressing the "Door" button. ^ Load mops, cloths and pads loosely into the drum. For best results, wash mixed loads of small and large items.
  • Page 13: Select A Program

    3. Select a program When selecting "Additional programs" the display shows the list. New mops Conditioning mops Conditioning cloths ^ Select the desired program with the – and + buttons. Confirm with OK. The display switches to the program selection. Curtains ^ Select the desired program with the 86°F...
  • Page 14: Adding Detergent

    4. Adding detergent Use detergent according to the level of soiling and the water hardness. Too little detergent may cause: – ineffective cleaning of laundry; fabrics may become gray and stiff over time. – grease deposits on the laundry. – hard water deposits on the heating elements.
  • Page 15: Starting A Program

    5. Starting a program Check the drum for any missed "Start" flashes when a program can be pieces of laundry. Items started. inadvertently left in the washer may ^ Press the "Start" button. be damaged (e.g. shrink or discolor) during the wash cycle. The "Start"...
  • Page 16: Selecting A Spin Speed

    Selecting a spin speed Maximum final spinning speed Omitting the final spin (Rinse hold) ^ Select Rinse hold. The laundry is not Program spun after the last rinse cycle and Standard 140°F 1400 remains soaking in water. Standard plus 1400 High temp.
  • Page 17: Delay Start

    Delay Start The delay start feature allows you to Pressing the button once delays the select the time you want the program to program end to the next full or half end. Program start can be delayed by hour. Each subsequent touch delays 30 minutes up to a maximum of 24 the program end time by 30 minutes.
  • Page 18 Delay Start Starting delay start ^ Press the Start button. 140°F 1200 rpm 2:41 h Start in: The display shows in how many hours and/or minutes the wash program will start. Changing delay start ^ Press the m button. ^ Correct the program end time with the –...
  • Page 19: Program Guide

    Program guide Mops Standard 140°F max. 14.3 lbs Items Mops made of cotton, mixed fibers or micro fibers Tips – A finishing agent can be applied.* Additional options second pre-rinse Detergent suitable special detergents Standard plus 140°F max. 14.3 lbs Items Mops made of cotton, mixed fibers or micro fibers Tips...
  • Page 20 Program guide Conditioning cloths Chemical disinfection 160°F / 10 min max. 7.7 lbs Items Cleaning cloths made of cotton, mixed fibers or micro fibers Tips – A finishing agent can be applied.* – Further disinfection methods can be selected.* Additional options Pre-wash Detergent suitable special detergents (please observe the pertinent...
  • Page 21 Program guide Additional programs New mops 140°F, 170°F, 185°F max. 14.3 lbs Items Mops made of cotton or mixed fibers Tips – For breaking-in new cleaning mops. Production residues are washed out of the fiber; this increases the absorbency of the fiber when cleaning. Detergent Universal or detergents for colored fabrics Conditioning mops...
  • Page 22 Program guide Curtains 86°F max. 7 lbs Items Curtains which according to the manufacturer are machine washable. Tips – For curtains that wrinkle easily, reduce the spin speed or cancel the spin. Additional options Pre-wash Detergent Curtains, universal and color detergents in powder form. Separate rinse max.
  • Page 23 Program guide Select "Additional programs" to view and select additional programs. These programs must be activated via "Settings - Supervisor level". Cottons universal 60°C max. 14.3 lbs Fabrics Cottons, linens or mixed fabrics Tips – Wash dark colored fabrics with detergent for colors or a liquid detergent.
  • Page 24: Program Sequence

    Program sequence Pre-spin Pre- Main wash Rinses Spinning rinse Water level Water Rinses level Mops Standard 140°F Standard plus High temp. disinfection Chemical Disinfection Cleaning cloths Chemical Disinfection 140°F, 105°F Pads Pads 105°F Additional programs New mops Conditioning mops Conditioning cloths Curtains Cottons universal Cottons hygiene...
  • Page 25 Program sequence Draining The washer is equipped with an electronic control which determines the In the programs Standard, Standard load size automatically. The washer plus, High temp. disinfection and determines the required water Chemical disinfection the mops are consumption depending on the load drained by a brief spin after the size and water absorbency of the program starts.
  • Page 26: Changing The Program Sequence

    Changing the program sequence Canceling a program Changing a program A wash program can be canceled any To change a wash program time after a program has started. The program cannot be changed after ^ Turn the program selector to Stop. a program has started.
  • Page 27: Adding/Removing Laundry

    Changing the program sequence Adding/removing laundry The drum door cannot be opened if: You can interrupt some programs to – the water temperature is over 120°F. add or remove items or laundry. – the water level exceeds a certain ^ Open the drum door using the Door limit.
  • Page 28: Detergent

    Detergent Fabric softener, fabric Determining the amount of detergent conditioner, or liquid starch Follow the instructions of the ^ Use the amount recommended by detergent manufacturer. the manufacturer. For instructions on the use and amount of detergent for a full load see the detergent packaging.
  • Page 29: External Dispensing

    Up to six dispensing hoses can be connected. The external dispensing pumps are controlled by relays in the washer. The respective relays are turned on for 2 minutes. A separate conversion kit is necessary to control the dispensing pumps and must be installed by a Miele technicians. Relay Relay Relay...
  • Page 30 Detergent Empty sensor The relays are turned as shown in When the external liquid detergent the overview. The containers must containers are empty, the washer be filled with the respective displays a message when the Empty detergent and additional agents in sensor is activated (see menu the specified sequence.
  • Page 31: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and Care Disconnect the appliance from If you use the disinfection programs the electric power supply. often, the Self Cleaning. program regularly. Cleaning the washer Cleaning the detergent drawer Do not use solvents, abrasive Regularly remove any detergent cleaners, glass or all purpose residue.
  • Page 32 Cleaning and Care Cleaning the detergent drawer holder ^ Clean the siphon. ^ Use a bottle brush to remove any 1. Remove the siphon from the drawer detergent residue and lime deposits § and rinse with warm water. Clean from the feed nozzles in the the pipe onto which the siphon is detergent drawer.
  • Page 33: Cleaning The Inlet Hose Filter

    Cleaning and Care Cleaning the inlet hose filter Cleaning the filter in the inlet valve ^ Using pliers carefully loosen and The washer has two water inlet filters to protect each inlet valve. Check and remove the plastic hose connector clean these filters every 6 months.
  • Page 34: Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently asked questions Repairs to electrical appliances must only be carried out by a qualified and trained person in accordance with local and national safety regulations. Repairs and other work by unqualified persons could be dangerous. A wash program cannot be started Issue Possible cause Solution...
  • Page 35: The Display Shows A Fault Message

    Frequently asked questions The display shows a fault message Solution A Display message Possible cause Water intake fault The water intake/ Check whether inlet is blocked. – the water valve is open far enough. – the inlet hose is kinked. The water pressure –...
  • Page 36: General Problems With The Washer

    Frequently asked questions General problems with the washer Problem Possible cause Solution The washer feet are Even out the feet so the The washer shakes during spinning. not resting evenly on washer is stable and lock the floor and are not the washer feet.
  • Page 37: Poor Wash Results

    Frequently asked questions Poor wash results Problem Possible cause Solution Liquid detergents do not – Use powder detergent The laundry does not get clean with contain bleaching agents. containing bleach. liquid detergent. Fruit, coffee and tea (Be sure this is suitable stains may not be according the fabric care removed.
  • Page 38: The Door Will Not Open When The Door Button Is Pressed

    Frequently asked questions The door will not open when the Door button is pressed Possible cause Solution Check whether: The washer has no power. – the washer is turned on. – the washer is connected to the electric power supply. –...
  • Page 39 Frequently asked questions Opening the door during a power failure or when the drain is blocked Disconnect the appliance from the power supply. On the inside of the detergent drawer panel is an opener for the door to the drain system. ^ Press and hold down the lever for emergency draining until all the water has drained.
  • Page 40: After Sales Service

    Miele will provide information when such possibilities become available. Both can be found on the data plate visible above the front glass on the Optional accessories inside of the door. Optional accessories are available through your Miele dealer or Miele.
  • Page 41: Installation Instructions

    Installation Instructions To prevent accidents and appliance damage read these instructions before installation or use.
  • Page 42: Installation

    Installation Front view a Water intake hose cold f Access panel to drain pump and emergency door release b Water intake hose hot g Height adjustable feet c Control panel h Stand d Detergent dispenser drawer i Retaining clips (for concrete stand) e Drum door...
  • Page 43 Installation Rear view a Mounting for: d Adapter for external dispensing system – Water intake hose e Water intake hose (cold) – Shipping struts (when removed) f Water intake hose (hot) b Power cord g Drain pipe c Shipping struts with rotary protectors h Height adjustable feet...
  • Page 44: Installing The Washer

    Installation Installing the washer This washer cannot be built-in. Do not install any devices that automatically turn off the washer (e.g. timers), as the washer must be connected to the electric power supply in order that the door can be opened.
  • Page 45: Installation Site

    Installation Installation site Removing the shipping struts ^ Remove the shipping struts before To prevent slipping during operating the washer. spinning, make sure the washer's feet and the installation surface are dry. The best installation surface is a concrete slab. In contrast to a wooden joist floor or another type of "soft"...
  • Page 46 Installation ^ Pull the shipping strut out. ^ Pull the shipping strut out. Close the holes of the removed shipping struts. There is a risk of injury if the holes are left uncovered. ^ Turn the right shipping strut clockwise 90° with the enclosed wrench and ^ Close the holes with the rotary protectors and their caps.
  • Page 47: Installing The Shipping Struts

    Installation ^ Fasten the shipping struts at the rear side of the washer. Take care to insert the holes b into the clamps a. The washer must never be moved without the shipping struts in place. Store the shipping struts for future use.
  • Page 48: Leveling The Washer

    Installation Leveling the washer To ensure smooth operation the washer must be level. Failure to level the machine can result in increased water and energy consumption as well as the washer "banging" during the spin cycle or "walking" across the floor during use. Adjust and secure the feet Level the washer by adjusting the four feet.
  • Page 49: Installation On An Elevated Base

    Installation Washer/Dryer Stack Installation on an elevated base The Miele washing machine can be installed in combination with a Miele The washer can be installed on an dryer as part of a washer-dryer stack. open or closed elevated steel base...
  • Page 50: Water Connection

    Extension hoses (8’ 2" or 13’ [2.5 m or line by a qualified plumber. 4 m]) may be obtained from Miele. The water pressure must be between 14.5 -145 psi (1 -10 bar). If the water...
  • Page 51: Water Drainage

    Installation Hot water connection If the washer is not to be installed with a hot water connection, the settings Connecting the machine to a hot water Main wash Water , Pre-wash Water and supply will lead to low electrical Rinse Water must be adjusted consumption during hot water accordingly.
  • Page 52: Electrical Connection

    Installation Electrical connection The washer comes with a power cord and NEMA 6-30 plug. Ensure that the connection data The machine is supplied as standard on the data plate (fusing, voltage for connection to a 208/240 V, 60 Hz, and frequency) match the main 30 A, 2-phase electrical supply.
  • Page 53: Technical Data

    Technical Data Height " (85 cm) Width " (59.5 cm) Depth " (72.5 cm) Depth with door open " (112 cm) Weight 236 lbs (107 kg) Maximum floor load 472 lbs [2100 Newton (214 kg)] Capacity 14.3 lbs (6.5 kg) dry laundry Voltage see data plate Rated load...
  • Page 54: Help To Protect The Environment

    Help to protect the environment Disposal of the packing Disposal of an old appliance materials Old appliances may contain materials that can be recycled. Please contact The cardboard box and packing your local recycling authority about the materials protect the appliance during possibility of recycling these materials.
  • Page 55 Menu Settings J to adjust standard settings The washer controls can be adjusted to changing demands through the settings menu.
  • Page 56: Settings Menu J

    Settings menu J Accessing the Settings J menu Contrast ^ Turn the program selector to Stop. Ten different contrast levels are The main menu appears. available for the display. 15:03 It is factory-set to Setting 4. Select a program The contrast changes immediately Settings F ...
  • Page 57: Settings Menu - Supervisor Level

    Settings menu - Supervisor level ^ After entering the digits, press OK The Settings menu (except Suds and confirm the code by pressing cooling, Contrast and Brightness) is OK again. locked with a code to prevent You are now in the supervisor level. unauthorized access.
  • Page 58: Time Of Day

    Settings menu - Supervisor level Language J Time of day This selection allows you to select a The display contents can be shown 24 hour or 12 hour clock or no clock in different languages. at all. The time of day is also set ^ Select the desired language and here.
  • Page 59 Settings menu - Supervisor level Memory Main wash water The Memory function remembers the You can select the water type (hot/ addition of an extra feature to a cold) for the main wash. The hot program or a change in spin speed water intake will only be accessible or temperature the next time that at a wash temperature of more than...
  • Page 60 Settings menu - Supervisor level Standard plus temp. Chemical disinfection The pre-set temperature can be The pre-set disinfection process can changed in the Standard plus be altered in the Chemical dis. program. There are 4 different program. There is a choice of 4 temperature to choose from.
  • Page 61 Settings menu - Supervisor level Hygiene disinfection Conditioning Disinfection The pre-set disinfection process can In the High temp. disinfection and be altered in the Cleaning cloths Chemical dis. programs, the Hygiene program. There is a choice chemical finishing process can be of 4 temperatures with activated to take place after the corresponding holding times.
  • Page 62 Settings menu - Supervisor level Spin-conditioning standard Spin & Conditioning cleaning disinfection cloths The setting Condi. standard, disin. The setting Spin & Condit. cloth and Disinfection allows you to set allows you to select the level of the residual moisture level after residual moisture after finishing in finishing in the program Mop Stan- the programs Cleaning cloths 140°F/...
  • Page 63: Additional Programs

    Settings menu - Supervisor level Additional programs Minimum iron level Select Additional programs to The water level for the main wash expand the choice of programs. can be increased in the program Minimum iron. 0 = no additional program (factory default) The machine comes factory-set with the option "Block Parameter"...
  • Page 64 Settings menu - Supervisor level Cottons duration No. rinses Cottons The wash time for the main wash The number of rinse cycles can be can be increased in the programs changed in the programs Standard, Cottons hygiene and Cottons Cleaning cloths, Cottons hygiene universal.
  • Page 65: Pre-Rinse Minimum Iron

    Settings menu - Supervisor level Pre-rinse Minimum iron Energy usage control Pre-rinse can be activated in the The programs Cottons hygiene, program Minimum iron. Cottons universal and Minimum iron ensure optimal energy consumption The washer comes factory-set with this when this option is turned on. option turned off.
  • Page 68 Alteration rights reserved / 4010 M.-Nr. 07 704 080 / 00...