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Miele PG 8061 Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating Instructions
Commercial Dishwasher
PG 8061
To prevent accidents and machine dam-
age, you must read these instructions
before installation or use.
en - US, CA
M.-Nr. 09 974 531

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  • Page 1 Operating Instructions Commercial Dishwasher PG 8061 To prevent accidents and machine dam- en - US, CA  age, you must read these instructions before installation or use. M.-Nr. 09 974 531...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Guide to the manual ...................... 5 Operating steps ........................5 Proper use.......................... 6 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ................ 7 Proper installation........................7 Technical safety........................7 Proper use ..........................9 Children in the vicinity ......................10 Accessories ......................... 10 Symbols attached to the commercial dishwasher .............. 11 Disposal of the commercial dishwasher ................
  • Page 3 Contents Lower basket ........................40 Use of plastic trays......................42 Operation.......................... 44 Adding detergent......................... 44 DOS module ........................46 LEDs on the keypad ......................49 Turning on the dishwasher ....................50 Selecting a program ......................50 Starting a program ......................52 Program end........................
  • Page 4 Contents Additional functions......................81 Resetting ........................ 81 Increased amount of water.....................  82 Interim rinse........................ 82 DOS dispensing systems .................... 83 Temperature / Time ...................... 86 Program access........................89 Water hardness ........................90 Display view ........................90 Display..........................91 Contrast..........................  91 Brightness ........................
  • Page 5: Guide To The Manual

    Guide to the manual Warnings  Information which is important for safety is highlighted by a thickly framed box with a warning symbol. This alerts you to a po- tential risk of personal injury or property damage. Read these warning notes carefully and follow any procedural in- structions and operating prompts.
  • Page 6: Proper Use

    Alterations or conversions to the dishwasher, or using it for purposes other than those for which it is designed, are not permitted and could be dangerous. Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by improper or incor- rect use or operation. ...
  • Page 7: Important Safety Instructions

    The commercial dishwasher must only be installed, commissioned, repaired and then maintained by the Miele Service Department or an authorized Miele Service dealer. Installation, repair and other work by unqualified persons could be dangerous and Miele will not be held li- able. ...
  • Page 8 If the cable is damaged, it must be replaced with a special connecting cable available from Miele. For safety reasons, this may only be performed by the Miele Service Department or an autho- rized Miele Service dealer.
  • Page 9: Proper Use

     Miele cannot be held liable for any effect chemical detergents may have on the material of the items being cleaned. Observe the deter- gent manufacturer's instructions with regard to storage conditions,...
  • Page 10: Children In The Vicinity

    Accessories  Only use genuine Miele original spare parts and accessories with this dishwasher. Miele will provide you with the article designations of the accessories.  Only use Miele baskets and inserts with this dishwasher. Using...
  • Page 11: Symbols Attached To The Commercial Dishwasher

    Remove or disable the door lock prior to disposal of the dish- washer, so that children cannot become trapped inside (see "Caring for the environment"). Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by failure to comply with these safety instructions and warnings.
  • Page 12: Appliance Description

    Appliance description Appliance overview Door lock Upper spray arm (not visible) Runner for upper basket Connection for upper basket spray arm Lower spray arm Runner for lower basket Data plate Rinse aid reservoir Door lock barrel Reservoir for reactivation salt Dispenser for powder detergent Filter combination Back:...
  • Page 13: Control Panel

    For starting or cancelling a program  button (door release) For opening the door or interrupting a program OK button (confirmation) For selecting or confirming entries in the user interface Optical interface  Testing and transmission point for Miele customer service techni- cians.
  • Page 14: Caring For The Environment

    Instead, use your local community waste collection and recycling center to dispose of your old electric and electronic appliances. If necessary, contact Miele for more information. Ensure the appliance presents no danger to children while being stored for disposal.
  • Page 15: User Profiles

    User profiles User groups Users can be divided into two groups: – Daily operators – Experienced operators Access to "Additional settings" can be blocked to general, daily oper- ators by using a code (see "Additional settings, Code"). Daily operators Daily operators must be instructed in operating and loading the dish- washer and trained regularly to guarantee safe daily use.
  • Page 16: Operation Tips

    Operation tips Display functions The display is not a touch screen. The following functions can be selected or set with the display: – The program – The delay start time – The settings The following appears in the display while a program is running: –...
  • Page 17: Menus

    Operation tips Menus The dishwasher's user interface is divided into different menus. These menus are displayed in a 3-line display on the control panel. Example: Language  deutsch english (GB) The name of the menu and a maximum of two menu options are shown.
  • Page 18 Operation tips System messages The  symbol indicates a system message. These messages provide information about current processes and the status of the dish- washer. System messages are displayed individually at the end of the program. If there are multiple system messages, the additional mes- sages can be displayed by pressing the OK button.
  • Page 19: Symbols In The Display

    Operation tips Symbols in the display Navigation arrows If a menu contains more than two options, two navigation arrows are  shown beside the options. The arrow buttons  and  can be used to scroll through the options. Dotted line ------- If a menu contains more than two options, the end of the option list is marked by a dotted line.
  • Page 20 Commissioning Commissioning During commissioning, the following settings must be carried out. You will be asked to program settings one after the other automati- cally, and currently selected values have a tick  beside them. The commissioning process requires a set period of time which cannot be interrupted.
  • Page 21: Commissioning

    Commissioning Setting the tem- The display will then change to the screen for setting the temperature perature unit unit. Temperature unit °C °F Use the  and  arrow buttons to select the desired temperature  unit and confirm your choice with the OK button. Setting the The display then will change to the screen for setting the date format.
  • Page 22 Commissioning Setting the The display will then change to the screen for setting the time of day. time of day Time of day : 00 Use the arrow buttons  (higher) and  (lower) to set the hours and  minutes, and confirm each entry with the OK button.
  • Page 23 This setting can be disabled if it is not possible to connect the dish- washer to all available water connections. If individual water connections are disabled, they can only be en- abled again by Miele Service. Plumbing connections Accept Cold water Use the ...
  • Page 24: Opening And Closing The Door

    Opening and closing the door Comfort Door Lock This dishwasher is equipped with a Comfort Door Lock. This door locking mechanism assists the drying process by automati- cally opening the door a few centimeters wide at the end of the pro- Rapid Reactivation Rinse...
  • Page 25: Closing The Door

    Opening and closing the door Closing the door Insert the baskets.  Raise the door upwards and push it gently until the latch audibly  engages. The door will be drawn automatically into its final closed position by the closing mechanism. ...
  • Page 26: Opening The Door Using The Emergency Release

    Opening and closing the door Opening the door using the emergency release  The emergency release should only be operated when it is no longer possible to open the door in the usual way.  If the emergency release is operated during a program cycle, hot water can escape.
  • Page 27: Filling The Salt Container

    Filling the salt container Reactivation In order to achieve excellent cleaning results, the dishwasher needs to operate with soft water. Hard water results in the buildup of cal- cium deposits on the load and the machine walls. Water with a hardness of 4 gpg (= 4 °dH German scale) or greater must be softened.
  • Page 28: Setting The Water Hardness Level

    Filling the salt container Setting the water hardness level The water softener can be set to between 0 and 73 gpg (0 - 70 °dH German scale). Select the Additional settings menu.  Water hardness Select and confirm your choice with the OK button. ...
  • Page 29 Filling the salt container Settings table gr/gal mmol/l Display gr/gal mmol/l Display CaCO 3 CaCO 3   0     0   0   0   650   6.5   1   20   1   670   6.7   2   40   2   680   6.8   3   50   3   700   7.0   4   70   4   720   7.2   5...
  • Page 30: Salt Refill Reminder

    Filling the salt container Salt refill reminder At the end of a program, fill the salt compartment with salt when-  ever the message appears in the display. Acknowledge the message with the OK button.  If no salt is added, the  symbol indicating low salt will appear beside the program name on the right.
  • Page 31: Filling The Salt Compartment

    Filling the salt container Filling the salt compartment When adding salt, only open the door half way to avoid spills.  Press the button on the lid of the salt compartment in the direction  of the arrow until the flap springs open. Open the funnel.
  • Page 32 Filling the salt container Do not add more than 4.4 lbs (2 kg) of salt. If there is water present in the compartment, it may be forced out by the added salt. Clean any excess salt from around the compartment opening and ...
  • Page 33: Adding Rinse Aid

    (including liquid detergent). This will seriously damage the reservoir. Conversion to the external DOS module must be carried out only by Miele Service or by an authorized dealer. Rinse aid indica- Refill the rinse aid at the end of a program whenever the message ...
  • Page 34: Adding Rinse Aid

    Adding rinse aid Adding rinse aid Open the door all the way.  Unscrew the lid of the rinse aid compartment.  Only add rinse aid up to the maximum fill mark on the edge of the  compartment. The rinse aid compartment holds approx. 10 oz (300 ml). Screw the lid of the rinse aid compartment back on tightly so that ...
  • Page 35: Application Technology

    Application technology Preparing the load Remove coarse food residues from the dishware. There is no need to rinse items under running water! Tips  Ensure that no acid or solvent residues, especially hydrochloric acid or chlorides, get inside the machine. ...
  • Page 36 Application technology Items not suitable – Wooden cutlery and cookware or items with wooden parts: these for dishwashers: may discolor and fade. The glue used in these items is not dish- washer-proof and wooden handles may come loose after being washed in a dishwasher.
  • Page 37: Upper Basket

    Application technology Upper basket Use the upper basket for small, lightweight and delicate items such as cups, saucers, glasses, dessert bowls etc. Light, heat resistant plastic items can also be loaded in the upper basket. O 891 upper basket With insert E 810 for e.g. 20 cups, 33 saucers or 17 dessert plates. Cup rack The cup rack can be set at two different widths so that it can also ac- commodate large cups.
  • Page 38: Adjusting The Upper Basket

    Application technology Adjusting the upper basket In order to obtain more space for taller items in the lower or upper basket, the upper basket can be adjusted between two vertical posi- tions that are 5 cm apart. Pull the upper basket out. ...
  • Page 39 Application technology Depending on the position of the upper basket, the following plate di- mensions can be accommodated: Example with upper basket O 891: Upper basket posi- Upper basket plate Ø Lower basket plate Ø tion Upper Max. 5 1/8" (15 cm) 13"...
  • Page 40: Lower Basket

    Application technology Lower basket Use the lower basket for larger and heavier items such as plates, serving platters, saucepans, bowls, etc. Always place thin, delicate glassware in the lower basket using a suit- able insert or basket. U 890 lower basket carrier For plastic trays, various inserts and cutlery baskets.
  • Page 41 Application technology U 890 lower basket with an E 816 insert rotated 90° With the E 165 cutlery baskets, 16 plates with Ø 13" (33 cm) and vari- ous cutlery items can be loaded. Without the cutlery basket, 19 plates with Ø...
  • Page 42: Use Of Plastic Trays

    The type, shape and size of the items to be washed will determine which basket combination to use. For additional information on the range of available baskets please contact your Miele dealer or Miele Service. Examples: (lower baskets) U 525 5-row wire basket The wire basket can be used for glasses with a maximum diameter of 3 1/8"...
  • Page 43 Application technology U 534 - U 537 plastic trays with compartments for different glass heights In this example the plastic tray is connected to the top frame by long extenders. (for assembly in U 876 lower basket carrier only) The height of the tray can be altered by fitting a top frame  to the Assembling a plastic tray base ...
  • Page 44: Operation

    Operation Adding detergent Only use detergent suitable for commercial dishwashers. The detergent can be dispensed in powder form via the powder de- tergent dispenser or in liquid form via an external DOS module (op- tional accessory - see "DOS module"). Never use detergent tabs.
  • Page 45 Operation Detergent quan- Always follow the recommendations of the detergent manufacturer.  tity There are markings to help you add the right amount of detergent: 20 and 40. The marks indicate a level of approx. 20 or 40 ml (0.7 oz or 1.3 oz) when the door is open in the horizontal position.
  • Page 46: Dos Module

    In addition to the internal dispensing systems, up to two additional external dispensing systems (DOS modules) can be connected for dispensing liquid process chemicals. For more information on Miele DOS modules, please contact your Miele dealer or Miele Service. Siphon markings Liquid process chemicals from external containers are supplied by siphons.
  • Page 47 Operation Unused connectors must be covered with safety caps to prevent the leakage of wash water. Setting the dis- For information about setting the dispensing concentration, see "Ad- pensing concen- ditional settings / Additional functions / Dispensing systems". tration Refilling or The DOS module is equipped with a level monitor which shows a changing contain- message in the display when the amount drops below the minimum...
  • Page 48 Operation To vent the system and set the dispensing quantity, see "Additional settings, Additional functions." Checking Monitor the amount of process chemicals used by regularly checking consumption the level in the container in order to detect any dispensing irregulari- ties.
  • Page 49: Leds On The Keypad

    Operation LEDs on the keypad Light-emitting diodes that indicate the status of the dishwasher are integrated in the keypad. Except for the Start/Stop button, which has a green LED during nor- mal operation, all other LEDs light up yellow. In the event of a fault the Start/Stop button flashes red. Button Status ...
  • Page 50: Turning On The Dishwasher

    Operation Turning on the dishwasher Open the water valve if it is closed.  Press the  button until the button's LED lights up.  Close the door (the LED on the  button will light up).  Once the dishwasher is ready for operation, the display changes to show the previously selected program, e.g.: Normal plus...
  • Page 51 Operation Program list Programs that cannot be selected using the shortcut buttons can be selected from the program list. Press the  button.  The following selection menu appears in the display: Select program Rapid Hygiene plus Select the desired program using the  and  buttons, and confirm ...
  • Page 52: Starting A Program

    Operation Starting a program Press the Start/Stop button.  The LED for the Start/Stop button will light up and the LED for the  button will go out. Once it has been started, a program can no longer be changed. A running program can either be interrupted (see "Interrupting a program") or cancelled (see "Canceling a program").
  • Page 53: Program End

    Operation Program end When a program ends normally, the LED for the Start/Stop button goes out and the LED for the  will flash. The message Program fin- ished will appear in the bottom line of the display. Normal plus Temperature 55 °C Program finished In addition, a buzzer will also sound for approx.
  • Page 54: Interrupting A Program

    Operation Interrupting a program A program which is already running should only be interrupted if ab- solutely necessary, e.g. if the wash load is moving about significantly.  Caution! The wash load and the interior of the dishwasher may be hot. Danger of scalding and burning.
  • Page 55: Cancelling A Program

    Operation Cancelling a program Only cancel a program that has already started if it is absolutely nec- essary, e.g. if you want to change the program. In the event of a fault, the program will be cancelled automatically.  Caution! The wash load and the interior of the dishwasher may be hot.
  • Page 56: Program Chart

    Program chart Program When to use Powder detergent (if liquid detergent is not used) Follow the manufacturer's recommendations "Speed program" for lightly soiled wash loads with fresh traces 0.7 - 1.0 oz (20 - 30 g) of easily removable food. in the detergent compart- Short ment...
  • Page 57 Program chart Program cycle Pre-wash Pre-wash Main wash Interim Interim Final rinse Drying (1) / (2) rinse rinse (1) / (2) 151°F 185°F (66°C) (85°C) 1 min 1 min 151°F 185°F (66°C) (85°C) 1 min 1 min 151°F 185°F (66°C) (85°C) 3 min 1 min...
  • Page 58: Additional Functions

    Additional functions Delay Start You can schedule the start time of a program in advance. The start time can be delayed by 1 minute to 24 hours. The Delay Start function must be enabled in the Settings menu (see "Settings , Delay Start"). If Delay Start is disabled, the function will not appear in the "Addi- tional functions"...
  • Page 59: Drying Assistance

    Additional functions Drying assistance To achieve better drying results, the dishwasher door will automati- cally open a few centimeters wide at the end of the program. This function cannot be activated for all programs (see "Program chart"). Drying assistance can still be activated or deactivated for the se- lected program even if it the function is permanently enabled or dis- abled in "Settings  , Drying".
  • Page 60 Additional functions Normal plus Temperature 55 °C Duration If drying assistance is active, the  drying symbol will appear next to the program name. If the temperature in the wash cabinet is greater than 153°F (67 °C) after the last wash phase (e.g. in the Hygiene Plus program) an active cooling phase will also be run before the program finishes.
  • Page 61: Settings

    Settings  Accessing the "Settings " menu You can access the system settings menu as follows: Turn the dishwasher off.  Press and hold the  button and, at the same time, turn the dish-  washer on using the  button. The display will then show the following options, for example: Menu Settings ...
  • Page 62: Menu Structure

    Settings  Menu structure The factory defaults for the menu structure are shown. Menu 1st submenu 2nd submenu Delay start  Drying  Language  German  English (GB) etc..Priming DOS DOS 1 DOS 4 Date Date format DD:MM:YY ...
  • Page 63: Delay Start

    Settings  Delay Start You can determine whether Delay Start appears in the "Additional functions" menu or not. Selecting will remove Delay Start from the "Additional functions" menu as an operation option. To enable the delayed start of a program, must be selected so that Delay Start can be displayed and selected in the "Additional functions"...
  • Page 64: Drying

    Settings  Drying You can turn assisted drying on or off for all programs that support this function. Under "Additional functions", you can separately activate or deacti- vate drying for individual programs (see "Additional functions, Drying assistance"). Settings  Select the menu.
  • Page 65: Setting The Language

    Settings  Setting the language  The language set here will be used in the display. The flag symbol  next to the "Settings" menu and the word "Lan- guage" will help guide you if a language that you do not understand has been set.
  • Page 66: Venting Dos Modules

    Settings  Venting DOS modules This option is only visible when a DOS module is connected. The dispensing system for liquid media can only dispense reliably if the system has been purged of air. The DOS system must be vented: –...
  • Page 67: Setting The Date

    Settings  Setting the date Settings  Select the menu.  Date Select and confirm your choice with the OK button.  In the following menu, you can choose between: Date Date format Date format – This menu option offers two different formats for displaying the date.
  • Page 68: Setting The Time Of Day

    Settings  Setting the time of day Settings  Select the menu.  Time of day Select and confirm your choice with the OK button.  In the following menu, you can choose between: Time of day Display – Set the time of day. Display –...
  • Page 69: Display

    Settings  Display If required, the time of day can be displayed when the dishwasher is turned off. Select Display and confirm your entry with the OK button.  The following options are available: Display Do not display Do not display –...
  • Page 70: Adjusting The Volume

    Settings  Adjusting the volume The dishwasher has audible tones that sound when buttons on the keypad are pressed, at the end of a program, and when there are sys- tem messages. Settings  Select the menu.  Volume Select and confirm your choice with the OK button.
  • Page 71: Setting The Volume

    Settings  Setting the The procedure for setting the volume is always the same. The display volume also looks similar, e.g.: Keypad tone Quieter Louder Use the arrow buttons  (louder) and  (softer) to set the volume.  The volume level is shown as a bar. On the lowest setting, the buzzer is turned off.
  • Page 72: Additional Settings

    Additional settings Accessing the "Additional settings" menu To access the "Additional settings" menu: Turn the dishwasher off.  Press and hold the  button and, at the same time, turn the dish-  washer on using the  button. The display will then show the following options, for example: Menu Settings ...
  • Page 73 Additional settings Display – Adjust the contrast and brightness of the display (see "Display") – Switch off after Enable or disable the automatic switch-off function (see "Switch off after") – Factory default Reset all parameters to the factory default settings (see "Restoring factory default settings") Software version –...
  • Page 74: Menu Structure

    Additional settings Menu structure The factory defaults for the menu structure are shown. Menu 1st submenu 2nd submenu 3rd submenu Code Release Additional settings  Enter code Block Change code Log book Consumption: Water Consumpt.:Cleaning agent Consumpt.: Rinsing Operating hours Wash programs Service interval Temperature unit...
  • Page 75 Additional settings Menu 1st submenu 2nd submenu 3rd submenu Display view Actual temperature Required temperature  Display Contrast Contrast Set Brightness Brightness Set Switch off after  Set the time Factory default Reset  Program settings only All settings Software version EB Id: XXXX EGL Id: XXXX EZL Id: XXXX...
  • Page 76: Code

    Additional settings CODE A PIN code can be used to prevent unauthorized access to various functions and system settings on the dishwasher. Select the Additional settings menu.  Code Select and open the corresponding menu by pressing the  OK button. –...
  • Page 77 Additional settings Block Release Entering the If you have selected the option in the menu, or if ac- Additional settings PIN code cess to the menu is already protected by a PIN code, you must enter a PIN code. Additional settings Settings within the menu can then only be changed by users with system administrator rights.
  • Page 78: Log Book

    Additional settings Log book The dishwasher controls record the consumption levels for water, de- tergent and rinse aid. They also calculate the number of hours the dishwasher has been in operation, the number of programs that have been run, and the required service intervals. Select the Additional settings menu.
  • Page 79: Temperature Unit

    Additional settings Temperature unit The temperature can be displayed in degrees Celsius or degrees Fahrenheit. Select the Additional settings menu.  Temperature unit Select and confirm your choice with theOK button.  Temperature unit °C °F °C – The temperature is displayed in degrees Celsius °F –...
  • Page 80: Move Program

    Additional settings Move program You can change the order of the programs and therefore also the allo- cation of the shortcut buttons. You can move the programs you use most frequently to program places 1-3. These are then automatically allocated to the shortcut buttons.
  • Page 81: Additional Functions

    Additional settings Additional functions With these functions, it is possible to adjust individual parameters to adapt program cycles to particular types of soiling and optimize cleaning results. Additional settings Select the menu.  Additional functions Select and open the corresponding menu by ...
  • Page 82: Interim Rinse

    Additional settings Increased water level Increased amount Select the option and confirm your choice with  of water the OK button. The amount of water used is indicated in liters and can be increased by up to 1.5 l in 0.5-liter increments. Increased water level (0,0 - 1,5 l) Use the arrow buttons ...
  • Page 83: Dos Dispensing Systems

    Additional settings Dispensing system DOS dispensing Select the option and confirm your choice with  systems the OK button. Dispensing system DOS 2 Rinsing aid DOS1 Select the desired dispensing system and confirm your choice with  the OK button. The following settings are available: DOS1 Active Inactive...
  • Page 84 Additional settings DOS venting  To avoid damage to the dispensing system, make sure before venting that the detergent and rinse aid containers are adequately filled and that the dispensing siphons are screwed securely to the containers. DOS priming Select and confirm your selection with the OK button.
  • Page 85 Additional settings Change name Changing a DOS Select and confirm your choice with the OK button.  name Change name DOS1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ä b c P OK # The current name is shown in the second line of the display. This name can be edited using the options shown in the bottom line.
  • Page 86: Temperature / Time

    Additional settings Temperature / The temperature and holding time for the main wash and final rinse Time phases can be changed in some programs (see "Program chart"). Select Temperature / Time and confirm your choice with the  OK button. Select program Normal Normal plus The following options are available:...
  • Page 87 Additional settings Main wash Final rinse Main wash / Final The procedure for altering settings in is the rinse same. The display also looks similar. Select the Main wash Final rinse option and confirm your choice  with the OK button. Normal Final rinse temperature Holding time...
  • Page 88 Additional settings Holding time Holding time Select and confirm your choice with the OK button.  The holding time is displayed in minutes and can be changed to be- tween 0 and 10 minutes in 1-minute increments. Rapid In the program, the holding time is displayed in seconds and can be changed to between 0 and 300 seconds in 5-second incre- ments.
  • Page 89: Program Access

    Additional settings Program access Individual programs can be locked so that they cannot be used. In the factory default setting, all programs are unlocked for use. Select the Additional settings menu.  Release program Selection Release program Select and press OK to open the corresponding ...
  • Page 90: Water Hardness

    Additional settings Water hardness Using this menu, you can program the water softener to match the hardness of the water supplied. Detailed information is available under "Filling the salt compartment". Display view During a program, the actual or set temperature can be shown in the second line of the display.
  • Page 91: Display

    Additional settings Display The Display menu can be used to alter the contrast and brightness of the display. Select the Additional settings menu.  Display Contrast Brightness Display Select and open the corresponding menu by pressing the  OK button. The following settings are available: Contrast –...
  • Page 92: Switch Off After

    Additional settings Switch off after When not in use, the dishwasher will turn itself off to save energy. Additional settings Select the menu.  Switch off after Select and open the corresponding menu by press-  ing the OK button. The following options are available: Switch off after –...
  • Page 93: Factory Default Setting

    Additional settings Factory default setting The "Factory default setting" option can be used to reset all changed parameters on the dishwasher back to their default settings or only those settings that have been changed for the programs. Additional settings Select the menu.
  • Page 94: Software Version

    Software version for the control board. EZL Id: XXXX – Software version for the relay board. – EFU Id: XXXX Software version for the frequency converter. Modifications and updates to the software may only be carried out by an authorized Miele service technician.
  • Page 95: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Maintenance In order to increase the dishwasher's service life, the machine should be served by an authorized Miele service technician after every 1000 hours of operation or at least once a year. This service work covers the following points: –...
  • Page 96: Cleaning The Control Panel

    To keep the front panel from getting dirty again (fingerprints, etc.), a stainless steel conditioner can be used after cleaning (e.g., Neoblank, available from Miele Service).  Do not use cleaning agents containing ammonium chloride or thinners! These agents can damage the surface material.
  • Page 97: Cleaning The Door And The Door Seal

    Cleaning and care Cleaning the door and the door seal Wipe the door seal and the area beneath the door regularly with a  damp cloth to remove food deposits. Wipe away any spillages of food and beverages from the sides of ...
  • Page 98 Cleaning and care Cleaning the flat Remove the coarse filter.  and micro-fine fil- ters Grasp the micro-fine filter by the upper rim and turn it in the direc-  tion of the arrow to release it. Then lift it out. Remove the flat filter.
  • Page 99: Cleaning The Spray Arms

    Cleaning and care Cleaning the spray arms This dishwasher has three different spray arms. Particles of food can get stuck in the spray arm jets and bearings. The spray arms should therefore be inspected and cleaned regularly. Turn the dishwasher off. ...
  • Page 100 Cleaning and care Use a pointed object to push food particles that are stuck in the  spray arm jets into the spray arm. Rinse the spray arms thoroughly under running water.  Replace the spray arms and check that they rotate freely. Make sure that the spray arm with the yellow bayonet fitting is fitted in the bottom of the wash cabinet.
  • Page 101: Frequently Asked Questions

    The circuit breaker has tripped. ing a program. Reset the circuit breaker (see data plate for the correct  fuse rating). If the circuit breaker trips again, contact Miele Customer  Service. One of the following fault Before remedying the fault: messages is displayed: Turn the dishwasher off using the  button.
  • Page 102 The flow pressure at the water intake point is too high  (see "Technical data"). Contact Miele Service for advice. Check drainage The water outlet is restricted. There might be water in the wash cabinet.
  • Page 103: Door

     Close the door and attempt to open it again using the   button. If the door remains jammed: Contact Miele Service.  Warning! Cabinet hot. Open When the  button is pressed, the temperature in the anyway? wash cabinet is over 158°F (70°C).
  • Page 104: Unusual Behavior Of The Dishwasher

    Frequently asked questions Unusual behavior of the dishwasher Problem Possible cause and solution The dishwasher fails to re- The dishwasher has turned itself off after the set Switch-off act when buttons are time to save energy. pressed. The display and Press the  button to turn the dishwasher on again.
  • Page 105: Noises

    Frequently asked questions Noises Problem Possible cause and solution There is a knocking noise A spray arm is hitting the dishware. in the wash cabinet. Interrupt the program, and rearrange the items which are  obstructing the spray arm. There is a rattling noise in Dishware is moving around in the wash cabinet.
  • Page 106: Poor Cleaning Results

    Frequently asked questions Poor cleaning results Problem Possible cause and solution The dishes are not clean. The dishes were not loaded correctly. Please observe the instructions in "Loading the dish-  washer." The program was not suitable for the requirements. Select a more suitable program (see "Program guide)".
  • Page 107 Frequently asked questions Problem Possible cause and solution Glasses have a brownish- Detergent deposits. blue discoloration; the de- Switch to another detergent right away.  posit cannot be wiped off. Glasses are dull and dis- The glassware is not dishwasher-proof. The surfaces are colored;...
  • Page 108: Cleaning The Filters In The Water Inlet

    Frequently asked questions Cleaning the filters in the water inlet Filters are incorporated into the water inlet connection on the hose to protect the water inlet valve. If these filters get dirty they must be cleaned as otherwise too little water will flow into the wash cabinet. ...
  • Page 109: Cleaning The Drain Pump And Non-Return Valve

    Frequently asked questions Cleaning the drain pump and non-return valve If water has not pumped out at the end of a program, there may be a foreign object in the drain pump or blocking the non-return valve. These are easy to remove. Disconnect the dishwasher from the water supply and the electrical ...
  • Page 110 Frequently asked questions The drain pump is situated under the non-return valve (see arrow). Check the area around the drain pump for foreign objects (watch  out for glass splinters which could cause injury) and remove them before replacing the non-return valve. Carefully replace the non-return valve and secure it with the clamp.
  • Page 111: After Sales Service

    Contact details for the Miele Technical Service Department can be found at the back of this manual.  When contacting Miele, please quote the model number of your dishwasher together with the 8 digit machine number. The model number and the machine number are both shown on the...
  • Page 112: Installation

    Installation Installation  In order to reduce the risk of possible damage from condensa- tion, the furniture in the area around the commercial dishwasher should be designed for commercial use. The dishwasher must be installed in a secure and level position. Use the four feet to compensate for any unevenness in the floor and ad- just the height of the machine.
  • Page 113: Leveling And Securing The Dishwasher

    Installation Leveling and se- To ensure stability, the dishwasher must be secured to the counter curing the dish- once it has been leveled. washer After leveling, securely screw the dishwasher to the continuous  countertop. With the door open, turn the screws into the countertop through the holes in the front trim on the left and right hand sides of the dish- washer.
  • Page 114: Moving The Dishwasher

    Installation Floor anchors for During conversion to a free-standing unit, both rear appliance feet of free-standing the dishwasher must be secured against tipping using the floor an- units chors. Attach the floor anchors to the floor using the included fastening ...
  • Page 115: Electrical Connection

    30 mA. – If necessary, equipotential bonding can be carried out. – The power cord may only be replaced by an original Miele spare part. – For technical data, see the data plate or the accompanying wiring diagram.
  • Page 116: Plumbing

    145 psi / 1000 kPa (overpressure). If the water pressure lies outside the range of 29 psi - 145 psi (200 kPa - 1000 kPa), please contact Miele Service for instructions on how to proceed. – The standard version of this dishwasher is intended for connection to the cold (blue marking) and hot (red marking) water supply with a temperature of up to 149 °F (65 °C).
  • Page 117 Plumbing – Install the large-surface filter (included with the accessories) be- tween the shutoff valve and intake hose. (See "Frequently asked questions, Cleaning filters in water intake" for illustration).  Do NOT shorten or otherwise damage the inlet hoses (see dia- gram).
  • Page 118: Connection To The Drainage System

    Plumbing Connection to the drainage system – The dishwasher drain contains a built-in non-return valve which prevents dirty water from flowing back into the dishwasher via the drain hose. – Ideally, the dishwasher should be connected to a separate on-site drainage system.
  • Page 119: Technical Details

    Manufacturer's address Miele & Cie. KG, Carl-Miele-Straße 29, 33332 Gütersloh, Germany * For installation at altitudes above 6,561 ft (2,000 m), the boiling point of the wash water will be lower. In this case, the dishwasher must be modified by Miele Service.
  • Page 120 Technical Service & Support Nationwide Miele Professional Phone: 800-991-9380 Technical Service Fax: 800-220-1348 Phone: 1-888-325-3957 proservice@mieleusa.com Fax: 1-800-803-3366 serviceprofessional@miele.ca Germany Manufacturer Miele & Cie. KG Carl-Miele-Straße 29 33332 Gütersloh Alteration rights reserved / Publication date: 2016-02-15 M.-Nr. 09 974 531 / 00 ...