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Operating Instructions

G 7782 CD
Washer/Disinfector
U
To prevent accidents
and machine damage,
read these instructions
before
installation or use.
M.-Nr.
04 666 564

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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    Operating Instructions G 7782 CD Washer/Disinfector To prevent accidents and machine damage, read these instructions before installation or use. M.-Nr. 04 666 564...

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    Read all instructions before using the washer disinfector. This equipment is suitable for the applications mentioned in the operating instructions. Do not use for purposes other than those for which ist was designed, as these may be dangerous. The manufacturer cannot be held responsibe for damage cause by improper use.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Indications for use Guide to the disinfector Opening and closing the door Instrument Guidelines Instruments suitable for processing in the Washer/Disinfector ....13 Instruments not suitable for processing in the Washer/Disinfector .

  • Page 5: Warnings And Safety Instructions

    WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS The following is a summary of the safety precautions which must be observed when operating and servicing this equipment. These precautions are repeated (in whole or in part), where applicable throughout the manual. All relevant safety procedures must be obeyed. Relevant safety procedures include, but are not limited to, the Centers for Disease Control’s Recom- mended Infection Control Practices and the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard.

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    EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD: mable compounds/vapors are Only use detergents which have been present. approved by Miele. Use of any other products may cause personal injury, in- WARNING - PERSONAL INJURY/ validate the disinfection results or void EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD: the washer/disinfector warranty.

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    WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WARNING - PERSONAL INJURY/ WARNING - BURN HAZARD: EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD: Do not touch the heating elements Empty containers and glassware before in wash cabinet after the end of a cycle. placing in the washer/disinfector. Do WARNING - TIPPING HAZARD: Do not allow any acids or solvents, espe- not sit or lean on the open door.

  • Page 8: Save These Instructions

    (e.g. the Disinfec- contamination levels checked and doc- tion Control Tubes by A. Browen Ltd., umented periodically using biological supplied by Miele). These disinfection indicators. control tubes should be placed in the filter combination. After the disinfection...

  • Page 9: Indications For Use

    Indications for use The G 7782 CD Washer/Disinfector is IMPORTANT: Centers for Disease Con- intended for cleaning and disinfection trol Publication PB85-923404, Guideline for Handwashing and Hospital Environ- of dental and general medical instru- mental Control, 1985, defines the pro- ments and accessories.

  • Page 10: Guide To The Disinfector

    Guide to the disinfector 1 CHECK WATER INLET/DRAIN 5 Cycle phase indicator lights indicator light 6 Indicator display field 2 REACTIVATE WATER SOFTENER 7 Door release button indicator light 8 On-Off button 3 ADD LIQUID DETERGENT indicator light 9 Cycle selector touch pads 4 ADD NEUTRALIZING AGENT indicator light...

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    Guide to the disinfector Dispenser for detergent (blue) Service panel and neutralizing agent (red) Dispenser for liquid rinsing Filter assembly agent with dosage selector Safety fuse Level indicator for rinsing (anti-block feature) for drying unit agent Operating hours counter for Filter combination drying unit Salt reservoir...

  • Page 12: Opening And Closing The Door

    Opening and closing the door To open the door To close the door ^ Press the DOOR button on the control Lift the door upwards and push until it panel and open the door. clicks into position. Do not press the DOOR button.

  • Page 13: Instrument Guidelines

    Aluminum only has a limited items to be cleaned and disinfected in suitability for processing in this system. the G 7782 CD Washer/Disinfector must NOTE: Always contact the device man- have the following properties: ufacturer to confirm processing com- –...

  • Page 14: Loading Accessory Baskets/inserts

    Loading the washer/disinfector 1. Empty all items to be cleaned before CAUTION: Use only accessories loading into the basket or insert. specifically designed for this equip- ment. 2. Remove gross soil/debris from all items to be cleaned before loading The washer/disinfector normally uses into the basket or insert.

  • Page 15: Loading The Washer/disinfector

    Loading the washer/disinfector Loading the washer/disinfector Adjustable upper basket Adjustable upper baskets can be used WARNING - FALL HAZARD: To pre- in this machine. They can be raised or vent falls, keep floors dry by immedi- lowered by " (2 cm) from the initial ately wiping up any spilled liquids in setting.

  • Page 16: Loading Examples

    Loading examples Loading examples Miele offers a wide variety of baskets and inserts for many medical and den- tal applications. Please see the following pages for in- structions on loading specific baskets / inserts. Please contact a Miele representative for recommendations on the appropri- ate basket / insert for your cleaning needs.

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    Loading examples E-176 E-417 Upper basket with Drying Connection ENT Insert for rigid endoscopes For ear and nose speculums. Load as Right-hand side: 14 jets/funnels for illustrated to ensure that speculums are parts of rigid endoscopes, max. length open for cleaning. 50 cm.

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    Loading examples Upper basket O 177 Lower basket U 874 The upper basket O 177 features 28 Inserts sold seperately: jets/funnels for direct injection of hollow Left side: insert E 131 for 5 mesh trays instruments like syringe tips or evacua- (E 146 - 2 "...

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    Loading examples Additional baskets, inserts and accessories not pictured: O190 Standard upper basket E 363 Mesh tray with lid for various instruments ( ” wire mesh) Insert for lower basket. E 378 Full size mesh tray (for various instruments) without lid E 338 Insert for lower and upper basket –...

  • Page 20: Mis Injector Mobile Unit E 450

    MIS injector mobile unit E 450 ^ Put 5 mm and 10 mm Ø shafts into Loading instructions the appropriate sleeves (E-442 or E-443). ^ Do not load the lower levels with more inserts than as shown above in the example (from left to right E-457, E-460, E-451) ^ Trocars of a wider diameter will be cleaned more effectively in the front...

  • Page 21: Loading Examples

    MIS injector mobile unit E 450 Loading examples ^ Take apart trocar sleeves and push on to the corresponding injector jets. ^ Connect MIS instruments which can- E-454 A for Trocar sleeves not be dismantled, and have an irri- 10-15 mm Ø gation channel connector, to the E-464 B with E-454 A for Trocar water circuit with the E-448 tube with...

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    MIS injector mobile unit E 450 ^ Fit the trocar or instrument sleeves E-457 Insert for separable MIS < 10 mm Ø into sleeve E-336 or on to instruments jet E-453. Trocar sleeves with a side ^ Place the handles of modular shaft connection should be attached via instruments into the side compart- the E-448 tube with Luer lock adapt-...

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    Opening spring E-456 If you have any questions relating to applications technology please contact For MIS instruments which are sprung Miele’s Professional Division: to stay closed and cannot be taken apart, scissors, forceps etc., and must 1-800-843-7231 be held open in the wash jet sleeve.

  • Page 24: Adding Detergent

    Adding detergent Priming the liquid dispensing Each time the system is primed, any detergent which runs into the wash system cabinet must be washed out by running Before using the washer/disinfector for the RINSE cycle. the first time, or if the washer/disinfector After this cycle is run, the dispensing has been operated with an empty de- system is filled and ready for use.

  • Page 25: Adding Detergent

    EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD: HAZARD: Wear protective gloves Only use detergents which have and goggles and use care when been approved by Miele. Use of any handling liquid detergents. Read other products may cause personal and follow the instructions and injury, invalidate the disinfection re-...

  • Page 26: Adding Neutralizing Rinse

    Adding neutralizing rinse Priming the neutralizer dis- Each time the system is primed, any neutralizer which runs into the wash pensing system cabinet must be washed out by running Before using the washer/disinfector for the RINSE cycle. the first time, or if the washer/disinfector After this cycle is run, the dispensing has been operated with an empty neu- system is filled and ready for use.

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    Adding neutralizing rinse WARNING - CHEMICAL BURN HAZ- ARD: Wear protective gloves and goggles and use care when han- dling neutralizing agents. Read and follow the instructions and safety procedures on the packaging and in the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).

  • Page 28: Cycle Selection

    Cycle selection Cycle Application Detergent Please follow manufacturer’s instructions. To rinse heavily soiled instruments None RINSE e.g. after soaking them in a disinfecting agent to avoid the build-up of foam in the machine. For protein soils (such as blood and secre- Neodisher FA or Medizym may DISINFECTION tions) - for cleaning and thermal disinfection...

  • Page 29: Warnings And Safety Instructions

    WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS G 7782 CD Washer/Disinfector To the person responsible for this machine: ^ Make this pull-out with the Warning and Safety Instructions available to any op- erators of the machine. Place it near the machine, where it can be seen.

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    EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD: dren or unauthorized personnel access Only use detergents which have been to the washer/disinfector or its controls. approved by Miele. Use of any other products may cause personal injury, in- WARNING - EXPLOSION validate the disinfection results or void HAZARD: Do not install the the washer/disinfector warranty.

  • Page 31: Warnings And Safety Instructions

    WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WARNING - PERSONAL INJURY/ WARNING - TIPPING HAZARD: Do EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD: not sit or lean on the open door. Empty containers and glassware before This could cause the washer/disinfector placing in the washer/disinfector. Do to tip. not allow any acids or solvents, espe- WARNING - FALL HAZARD: cially hydrochloric acid and chlorides,...

  • Page 32: Warnings And Safety Instructions

    (e.g. the Disinfec- contamination levels checked and doc- tion Control Tubes by A. Browen Ltd., umented periodically using biological supplied by Miele). These disinfection indicators. control tubes should be placed in the filter combination. After the disinfection...

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    Cycle selection Cycle phase Pre- Cleaning Interim rinse I Interim rinse II Final rinse Drying phase rinse and/or thermal (with and/or disinfec- disinfection neutra- tion lization) 45°C 93°C (AD*) 93°C 80°C (AD*) 93°C 80°C (AD*) = Cycle phase included = Programming option * AD (Aqua destillata) = Deionized water...

  • Page 34: Washer/disinfector Operation

    Washer/Disinfector operation WARNING - PERSONAL INJURY NOTE: Provided the START touch pad has not yet been pressed, a mistakenly HAZARD: Do not allow small chil- selected cycle may be changed by dren or unauthorized personnel ac- pressing the appropriate touch pad to cess to the washer/disinfector or its select the correct cycle, then pressing controls.

  • Page 35: Cycle Phase Indicators

    Washer/Disinfector operation Selecting an additional cycle 5. Turning off ^ Once a cycle is complete, press the The following additional cycles are ON/OFF button. The washer/ available: disinfector can now be unloaded. (Refer to "Unloading the DRYING washer/disinfector"). NOTE: The heat retention capacity of stainless steel allows for fast drying.

  • Page 36: Interrupting A Cycle

    Washer/Disinfector operation Interrupting a cycle This cycle may be selected immediate- ly after choosing a processing cycle Once a cycle is running, it should only (exception: RINSE cycle). By pushing be interrupted in extreme cases, such the DRYING touch pad repeatedly, the as when articles in the washer/ drying time will extend in 15 minute in- disinfector rattle or bump against each...

  • Page 37: Unloading The Washer/disinfector

    Unloading the washer/disinfector 1. When the cycle is finished, the indi- 4. Open the door partially (about cator light next to the START touch 4 inches [10 cm]). Let the load cool pad will go out. down for about 10-15 minutes. Dur- ing this time the load will usually dry.

  • Page 38: Programming Special Functions

    The following special functions can be 2. Deactivating of neutralizer dis- programmed where appropriate: pensing The G 7782 CD is programmed from 1. Extending the water inlet from 60 the factory to dispense neutralizer dur- seconds to 120 seconds with level ing the first interim rinse.

  • Page 39: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Maintaining the filter assembly WARNING - ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD: Disconnect all utilities to The filter assembly in the base of the equipment before servicing. Do not cabinet must be inspected and cleaned service equipment unless all utilities regularly.

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    Cleaning and care 2. Cleaning the fine, flat and micro fine filters ^ Remove the coarse filter. ^ Remove the fine filter from between the flat and the micro-fine filters. ^ Pull up and remove the two filters. ^ Clean the filters. ^ The filter assembly is then replaced in the reverse order in which it was removed.

  • Page 41: Maintaining The Dispensing System

    Cleaning and care Maintaining the dispensing 3. Cleaning the water inlet filters system Filters are incorporated into the stain- less steel housing located between the The dispensing system should be main- supply valve and the hose. tained at regular intervals in order to guarantee optimum safety and effi- The filters must be cleaned when dirty, ciency.

  • Page 42: Maintaining The Drying Unit

    Cleaning and care Maintaining the drying unit To ensure thorough cleaning without recontamination, the air filters have to be exchanged after their life cycle (coarse filter = 100 operating hours, clean room filter = 500 operating hours). 1. Changing the coarse filter The coarse filter is located on the dry- ing unit behind the unit’s front panel, which can be pulled out.

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    1-800-999-1360 techserv@mieleusa.com 1-800-565-6435 service@miele.ca ^ Change the coarse filter. The smooth side must face toward the rear of the drying unit. ^ Reinsert the perforated plate and press into place at the top. The sur- rounding edge should face forward.

  • Page 44: Reactivating The Water Softener

    ^ 4.4 lbs (2 kg) of water softener salt. Do not use any other type of salt, it may damage the water softener. Soft- ener salt can be ordered from Miele’s 1. Unscrew the filter insert from the salt Technical Service Department.

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    9. Remove salt container slowly, allow- ing pressure to be released. Do not open by force, If you cannot unscrew it by hand, contact the Miele Techni- cal Service Department. 10. Screw the plastic lid back on the socket.

  • Page 46: Troubleshooting

    ^ The neutralizer container has to be refilled. Warning lights The display shows two dashes DRAIN/FILL warning light flashes ^ Contact the Miele Technical Service ^ Check that both water intake hoses Department. are connected to the water supply The washer/disinfector must be reset and that the valves are turned on.

  • Page 47

    6 hours? If so, please run the If this switch trips repeatedly, contact washer/disinfector, even partially the Miele Technical Service Department loaded, within 6 hours of loading the before using the washer/disinfector fur- first instrument. ther.

  • Page 49: Installation Instructions

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS To prevent accidents and machine damage read these instructions before installation or use.

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    Contents Help to protect our environment Installation Electrical connection Plumbing Before using for the first time Adjusting the water softener ......... 59...

  • Page 51: Help To Protect Our Environment

    Help to protect our environment Disposal of the packaging material Disposal of your old machine The transport and protective packaging Old appliances may contain materials are biodegradable and recyclable. which can be recycled. Please contact your local recycling authority about the Please recycle.

  • Page 52: Installation

    Installation If necessary the washer/disinfector lid WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD: can be removed as follows: Do not install the washer/disinfector in an area where flammable com- pounds/vapors are present. IMPORTANT: The machine should only be installed by a competent contractor. The contractor should be experienced in installing machines that require elec- trical hook-up as well as plumbing.

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    Installation To re-assemble: ^ Replace plastic protective cap, kickplate facing and service panel in the reverse order which they were re- moved. ^ Make sure the grounding lead is re-connected. ^ Do not use silicone sealant to seal the gaps between the machine and any neighboring units as this will hin- der ventilation to the circulation pump.

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    Installation The machine must be installed and lev- To re-assemble: eled correctly. Any unevenness in the ^ Replace plastic protective cap, floor can be compensated for by kickplate facing and service panel in screwing the adjustable feet in or out as the reverse order which they were re- necessary.

  • Page 55: Electrical Connection

    Electrical connection IMPORTANT: All electrical work must be carried out by a qualified electrician and in compliance with all local and na- tional electrical codes. Before making any connections, check that the voltage shown on the data plate corresponds to your power sup- ply.

  • Page 56: Plumbing

    Plumbing ^ For additional protection of the valves Connection to the cold water inlet against impurities in the water supply, ^ The machine must be connected to large surface area filters are enclosed the water supply in accordance with in the kit supplied with the machine local and national plumbing codes.

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    Plumbing Drainage ^ The drain system is equipped with a non-return valve which prevents dirty water from flowing back into the washer/disinfector. ^ The machine is supplied with two 5 ft (1.5 m) long flexible drain hoses with an inner diameter of 3/4’’ (2 cm). They should not be shortened or at- tached to any fittings that would cause a reduction in water flow.

  • Page 58: Before Using For The First Time

    Before using for the first time Setting the water softener To avoid the build-up of calcium depos- its on items being cleaned and disin- The hardness range is divided into 18 fected in the washer/disinfector, the units and a zero position. The washer/ water may need to be softened (where disinfector is set at the factory for a the supply hardness exceeds 107 ppm...

  • Page 59: Adjusting The Water Softener

    Before using for the first time Adjusting the water softener If the water hardness in your area is permanently below 107 ppm CaCO3, 1. Using table provided, identify correct you do not need to soften the water. "Display Field" number that corre- Please deactivate the water softener by sponds to your local water hardness.

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