Connection to the gas supply
may only be performed by a duly
authorized technician. This
technician is responsible for proper
function at the installation site.
In Massachusetts, the gas
connection may be performed only
by a certified gas installer.
The range must be connected with
its own shut-off valve.
The shut-off valve must be
accessible and visible, after the
opening of a cabinet door, if
The connection of the range can be
for natural gas or propane gas
according to the model.
Ask your gas company what kind of
gas is used and compare it with the
specifications on the data plate.
The range is not connected to an
During the setup and connection of
the range, observe the applicable
installation conditions, especially
suitable ventilation measures.
The gas connections must be
arranged in such a way that they are
not heated and damaged by the
operation of the range.
In particular, make sure that the gas
hose lines and connection fittings on
the range do not come into contact
with hot exhaust gases.
Flexible connection lines can be
damaged by incorrect routing.
Attach flexible connecting lines in
such a way so that they do not come
into contact with any moving kitchen
parts (e.g., a drawer) and are not
exposed to mechanical stress.
The range and the shut-off valve
must be disconnected from the gas
supply during gas pressure tests.
Disconnect the range and the shut-
off valve from the gas supply before
performing a gas pressure test at a
pressure of more than 1/2 psi
(3.5 kPA). Close the shut-off valve of
the gas supply before performing a
gas pressure test at a pressure of
less than or equal to 1/2 psi
Incorrectly sealed gas lines can lead
to a gas leak and thus to an
Seal all gas lines with a suitable
Seal tightness tests on the range
must be performed according to
The gas connection must be
established only Miele-authorized
specialists according to the local and
National Fuel Gas Code
ANSI Z 21.1 / NFPA No. 54 for the
United States or the current Can /
CGA B 149.1 and 2 Installation
Codes of Gas Appliances for