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Washer-disinfector for laboratory glassware and laboratory utensils.
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Operating instructions
Washer-disinfector for laboratory
glassware and laboratory utensils
PG 8583
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage
to the machine, it is essential to read
these instructions before it is installed
and used for the first time.
en - GB, AE, AU, IE, NZ
M.-Nr. 10 607 230

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  • Page 1 Operating instructions Washer-disinfector for laboratory glassware and laboratory utensils PG 8583 To avoid the risk of accidents or damage en - GB, AE, AU, IE, NZ  to the machine, it is essential to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Notes about these instructions.................. 7 Intended use ........................ 8 Spray pressure and spray arm monitoring ................9 User profiles ........................10 Guide to the machine ...................... 11 Overview..........................11 Control panel ........................12 LEDs in buttons ........................13 Warning and Safety instructions.................. 14 Symbols on the machine.....................
  • Page 4 Contents Neutralising agent ....................... 51 Refilling neutralising agent .....................  51 Refill indicator.........................  52 Dispensing neutralising agent .................. 52 Cleaning agent ........................53 Refilling liquid cleaning agent.................. 54 Refill indicator.........................  55 Dispensing liquid detergent....................  55 Dispensing powder cleaning agent ................ 56 Operation.......................... 58 Selecting a programme ...
  • Page 5 Contents Switch off after ........................95 Ready for operation...................... 95 Auto-off function ...................... 95 Switching off after activating.................. 96 Factory default........................97 Software version........................97 Programme settings...................... 98 Adjusting programme settings .................... 98 Programme structure......................98 Programme header...................... 98 Programme blocks ...................... 99 Opening the menu......................
  • Page 6 Problem solving guide .................... 143 Cleaning the drain pump and non-return valve..............143 Cleaning the water intake filters ..................144 After sales service...................... 145 Contacting Miele Service ....................145 Software version........................ 146 Installation........................ 147 Installation and levelling ....................147 Building under a continuous worktop ................148 Removing the lid......................
  • Page 7: Notes About These Instructions

    Notes about these instructions Important warnings  Information which is important for safety is highlighted in a thick framed box with a warning symbol. This alerts you to the potential danger of injury to people or damage to property. Read these warning notes carefully and observe the procedural instructions and codes of practice they describe.
  • Page 8: Intended Use

    Intended use This Miele washer-disinfector can be used to reprocess laboratory glassware and laboratory utensils with water based media. The process includes cleaning and rinsing, and disinfection where required. Due to the wide variety of laboratory glassware and laboratory utensils on the market, it may be necessary in some cases to establish whether it is suitable for reprocessing in a washer- disinfector.
  • Page 9: Spray Pressure And Spray Arm Monitoring

    Spray arm speed can also be monitored, e.g. for detection of blockages due to misloading or foam in the water circulation system. Spray arm speed monitoring can be activated or deactivated via the programmable settings. Miele Service can make further settings for spray pressure and spray arm monitoring.
  • Page 10: User Profiles

    Intended use User profiles Daily operators Daily operators must be instructed in operating and loading the machine and trained regularly to guarantee safe daily use. They require knowledge of machine reprocessing of laboratory glassware and utensils. Tasks for daily routine operation are located in the Settings ...
  • Page 11: Guide To The Machine

    Guide to the machine Overview Comfort door locking mechanism Filter combination Module slot for a communication module Plinth facing (Back, top right) On the back: Test point for performance checks – Second data plate (Top, front right; only visible with lid –...
  • Page 12: Control Panel

    For switching Drying assistance on and off. OK button For selecting or confirming entries in the user interface.  PC / Optical interface This is used by Miele service technicians to run diagnostic checks and can also be used to update programming data in the future.
  • Page 13: Leds In Buttons

    Guide to the machine LEDs in buttons The buttons on the control panel have LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes). They indicate the status of the machine. Button Status  Button The machine is switched on. FLASHES The machine is ready for use. The machine is switched off.
  • Page 14: Warning And Safety Instructions

    Manufacturer's cleaning and maintenance instructions must also be observed. Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by improper or incorrect use or operation of the machine.  This machine is intended for indoor use only.
  • Page 15 It is essential that this standard safety requirement is met. If in any doubt, please have the on-site wiring system tested by a qualified electrician. Miele cannot be held liable for the consequences of an inadequate earthing system (e.g.
  • Page 16 Items containing iron, and soiling containing residual rust must not be placed in the cabinet.  Chemical agents can, in certain circumstances, cause damage to the machine. Always follow the recommendations of the chemical agent manufacturer. In case of damage or doubt about compatibility, please contact Miele.
  • Page 17  In critical applications where very stringent requirements have to be met, it is strongly recommended that all the relevant factors for the process, such as chemical agents, water quality etc. are discussed with the Miele Application Technology specialists.
  • Page 18 Warning and Safety instructions  If the cleaning result is subject to particularly stringent requirements, a regular quality control test should be carried out by the user to ensure that required standards of cleanliness are being achieved.  The mobile units, baskets, modules and inserts that hold the load must be used only as intended.
  • Page 19 Only Miele accessories should be connected to this machine. They must be suitable for the application they are required for. Consult Miele for details on the type of accessories that can be used.  Only use Miele mobile units, baskets, modules and inserts with this washer-disinfector.
  • Page 20: Symbols On The Machine

    Observe safety regulations and wear safety goggles and gloves. Make the door lock inoperable, so that children cannot accidentally shut themselves in. Then make appropriate arrangements for its safe disposal. Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by non-compliance with these Warning and Safety Instructions.
  • Page 21: Using The Machine

    Using the machine Control panel The washer-disinfector is operated exclusively by the buttons located on the stainless steel surfaces either side of the display. The display is not a touch screen. A light touch on the relevant button is sufficient to operate the functions.
  • Page 22: Switching On

    Press the  button until the button's LED lights up.  After that, the display will show the following: PG 8583 As soon as the machine is ready for operation, the display changes to show the last selected programme, e.g.: Universal Temperature 75 °C...
  • Page 23: Display Interface

    Using the machine Display interface The machine is controlled by menus. The menus are displayed in a 3- line display on the control panel. The name of the menu (top line) and up to two options are shown. The currently selected option is highlighted, e.g. Settings ...
  • Page 24: Settings In The Menu

    Using the machine Settings in the menu All menu descriptions in these operating instructions are structured as follows: Input procedure The input procedure describes the complete sequence required to reach a particular menu level. The menu options shown must be selected individually using the arrow buttons and then confirmed with ...
  • Page 25: Symbols On The Display

    Using the machine Symbols on the display  Navigation arrows If a menu consists of more than two options, two navigation arrows are shown at the side of the menu options. Settings  Language  Date Use the  and  arrow buttons on the control panel to navigate through the menu.
  • Page 26: Commissioning

    Commissioning Installation and connection Before commissioning the machine must be securely installed, and the water inlet and drain hoses and the mains cable correctly connected. See "Installation", "Plumbing connections" and "Electrical connection" and the installation diagram supplied. Procedure During commissioning a set procedure is followed which must not be interrupted.
  • Page 27 Commissioning Select the The menu for selecting the date format will then appear. date format Date format DD:MM:YY MM:DD:YY – = Day – = Month – = Year Use the  and  arrow buttons to select the date format you want ...
  • Page 28 Unused plumbing connections, e.g. if there is only one connection, can be deactivated here. Following commissioning the plumbing connections can be reinstated by Miele Service. Plumbing connections Accept Cold water The plumbing connection is set via multiple choice. A box  is shown in the display next to all plumbing connections.
  • Page 29 Commissioning Commissioning Commissioning is completed when the following message is completed displayed. Set up successful Confirm the message with OK.  The machine is now ready for use. Universal Temperature 75 °C Duration 1:30 The settings made during the commissioning process are only adopted after a complete programme has been run.
  • Page 30: Opening And Closing The Door

    Opening and closing the door Electronic door locking The washer-disinfector is equipped with a Comfort door lock. When the door is closed, the Comfort door lock automatically pulls the door into the correct position and ensures that it is correctly sealed. The door is then electronically locked.
  • Page 31: Opening The Door Using The Emergency Release

    Opening and closing the door Opening the door using the emergency release The emergency release may only be used when it is no longer possible to open the door normally, e.g. in the event of a power cut.  If the emergency release is operated during a programme cycle, hot water and cleaning agents can escape.
  • Page 32: Water Softener

    Water softener Water hardness In order to achieve good cleaning results, the machine needs to operate with soft water. Hard water results in the build-up of calcium deposits on the load and in the machine. Mains water with a water hardness of 0.7 mmol/l (4 °dH) must be softened.
  • Page 33: Setting The Water Hardness Level

    Water softener Setting the water hardness level Water hardness can be set between 0 and 12.6 mmol/l (0 - 70 °dH). Open the menu as follows:   button       Further settings Water hardness           Water hardness °dH (0 - 70 °dH ) The bottom line of the display shows the possible input range.
  • Page 34 Water softener Settings °dH °f mmol/l Display °dH °f mmol/l Display   0    0   0   0   65   6.5   1   2   1   67   6.7   2   4   2   68   6.8   3   5   3   70   7.0   4   7   4   72   7.2   5   9   5   74   7.4   6...
  • Page 35: Filling The Salt Reservoir

    Water softener Filling the salt reservoir Use only special, coarse-grained reactivation salt with a granule size of approx. 1 - 4 mm. Do not under any circumstances use other types of salt such as table salt, agricultural or gritting salt. These may contain insoluble additives which can impair the functioning of the water softener.
  • Page 36 Water softener  Do not fill the reservoir with water. The reservoir could overflow when filled with salt. Add salt only until the funnel of the salt reservoir is full, so that it  can close properly. Do not add more than 2 kg of salt. As the salt reservoir is being filled, displaced water (saline solution) may run out.
  • Page 37: Add Salt Reminder

    Water softener Add salt reminder If the salt level in the reservoir is low, the following reminder will appear: Refill salt Confirm the message with the OK button and  fill the reservoir as described.  When the message first appears, there may be sufficient salt for a further programme, depending on the water hardness level set.
  • Page 38: Areas Of Application

    Conversion must be carried out by Miele Service and is only available for selected models.  The fitting of connectors for the water supply of mobile units and baskets must be carried out by Miele Service.
  • Page 39: Adjusting The Upper Basket

    Areas of application Adjusting the upper basket Height-adjustable upper baskets can be adjusted between three positions with 2 cm between each position to accommodate items of different heights. To adjust the height, the brackets with rollers on the side of the upper basket and the water connector at the back of the basket have to be moved.
  • Page 40 Areas of application ... Middle position: Move the roller brackets on both sides to the middle position and  secure them firmly. Position the stainless steel plate over the openings in the water  supply pipe so that one of the outer apertures is covered. Secure the stainless steel plate at the top or bottom with 2 screws.
  • Page 41: Preparing The Load

    Special injector nozzles, irrigation sleeves or adapters may be required for appropriate internal cleaning, depending on the load. These, together with other accessories, are available from Miele. – Arrange the load so that water can access all surfaces. This ensures that it gets properly cleaned.
  • Page 42 Areas of application Preparing the Empty all containers before loading into the machine (paying  load particular attention to relevant regulations). Remove non-water soluble residues such as paint, adhesives and  polymer compounds using appropriate solvents. Rinse wash load items which have been in contact with chloride ...
  • Page 43 Areas of application Carry out a visual check before starting every programme: – Is everything correctly loaded/connected for cleaning? – Was the recommended loading template followed? – Can the lumen / narrow sections of hollow items be accessed by the wash fluid? –...
  • Page 44 Areas of application Wash load..wide necked Wash load items with wide necks, e.g. beakers, wide necked Erlenmeyer flasks and petri dishes, or cylindrical items, e.g. test tubes, can be cleaned inside and out by rotating spray arms. To do this the wash load is positioned in full, half or quarter inserts and placed in an empty lower basket or an upper basket with a spray arm.
  • Page 45: Chemical Processes And Technology

    This section is intended as a guide. If unforeseen interactions occur during reprocessing, or if you have any queries on this subject, please seek advice from Miele. General notes Problem...
  • Page 46 – Regularly check the flow rate of the dispensing system. – Ensure that the regular cycle of maintenance is observed. – Please contact Miele Service for advice. Chemical agents can damage elastomers – Follow the chemical agent manufacturer's and plastics in the machine and instructions and recommendations.
  • Page 47 – damage to elastomers and plastics in the without de-foaming agent using the machine, Organic programme. – damage to certain plastics (e.g. – Please contact Miele Service for advice. polycarbonate and plexiglass) in the load being processed. Soiling Problem How to resolve it The following substances can damage –...
  • Page 48 Chemical processes and technology Soiling Problem How to resolve it The following substances cause corrosion – Thoroughly rinse items in water to stainless steel in the wash cabinet and to beforehand. accessories: – Drip dry items to be processed and then –...
  • Page 49: Adding And Dispensing Chemical Agents

    The relevant safety regulations and the chemical agent manufacturer's safety data sheets must be observed. Wear protective goggles and gloves. Contact Miele for information about suitable chemical agents. Highly viscous (thick) chemical agents can affect the dispenser monitoring and lead to inaccurate data. In this instance please contact Miele Service for advice.
  • Page 50: Dos Modules

    Machines with an internal dispensing system for liquid agent can be connected to an additional external DOS module for liquid agent. External DOS modules are fitted by Miele Service or a suitably qualified and approved technician. Internal dispensing systems cannot be retrospectively fitted.
  • Page 51: Neutralising Agent

    Adding and dispensing chemical agents Neutralising agent Neutralising agent (pH setting: acidic) neutralises any residues of alkaline cleaning agents on the surface of the load. Neutralising agent is dispensed automatically in the Interim rinse phase after the main wash (see Programme charts). The reservoir must be filled and the dispensing system vented for this to occur.
  • Page 52: Refill Indicator

    Adding and dispensing chemical agents Checking Check consumption regularly by checking the fill levels in the supply consumption containers and replace containers in good time to avoid the dispensing system being sucked completely dry. DOS 3 Refill indicator When the fill level is low in the supply container for neutralising agent you are reminded to refill it.
  • Page 53: Cleaning Agent

    Liquid cleaning agent is dispensed via an external DOS module. This can be retro-fitted at any time by Miele Service. Miele recommends the use of liquid cleaning agent. For environmental reasons it is important to always consider the following factors when selecting a cleaning agent: –...
  • Page 54: Refilling Liquid Cleaning Agent

    Adding and dispensing chemical agents Refilling liquid Liquid cleaning agent is dispensed from an external supply container cleaning agent e.g. a canister. Place the liquid cleaning agent container (blue marking) on the open  cabinet door or on a surface which is robust and easy to clean. Unscrew and remove the siphon.
  • Page 55: Refill Indicator

    Adding and dispensing chemical agents DOS 1 Refill indicator When the fill level is low in the supply container for liquid cleaning agent you are reminded to replenish it. Refill Confirm the message shown with OK and  replenish the liquid cleaning agent as described. ...
  • Page 56: Dispensing Powder Cleaning Agent

    Adding and dispensing chemical agents Dispensing  Avoid inhaling powder cleaning agent. powder cleaning Swallowing chemical agents can cause chemical burns in the agent mouth and throat or lead to asphyxiation. Powder cleaning agent must only be used if there is a dispenser for it in the door.
  • Page 57 Adding and dispensing chemical agents Add powder agent to the dispenser.  Close the flap.   Make sure that all of the cleaning agent has dissolved at the end of the programme. Repeat the programme if residual agent is present. Check whether any items of the load have obstructed the flushing out of the dispenser and rearrange the load if necessary.
  • Page 58: Operation

    Operation Selecting a programme ... Select a programme using short-cut buttons ,  or ..using the  short-cut buttons Press the  button and ... from the  programme list use the  and  arrow buttons to highlight a programme and ...
  • Page 59 Operation Setting the start Select a programme.  time Press the OK button before starting the programme.  Start time Use the arrow buttons  (higher) and  (lower) to set the hours,  and confirm your selection with the OK button. When the OK button is pressed, the display jumps automatically to the next input position.
  • Page 60: Drying Assistance

    Operation Drying assistance The additional "Drying assistance" function accelerates the drying process at the end of the programme. If drying assistance has been activated the door will automatically open a few centimetres at the end of the programme to release steam from the cabinet.
  • Page 61: Programme Sequence Indicator

    Operation Programme sequence indicator After the programme has started, the programme sequence can be followed on the three-line display. Universal Main wash 1 Time left Top line – Programme name. The following parameters can be checked using the  and  arrow Middle line buttons: Main wash 1...
  • Page 62: Interrupting A Programme

    The factory default setting prevents interruption of programmes while they are running. If required, this function can be activated by Miele Service. A programme which is already running should only be interrupted if strictly necessary, e.g. if the wash load is moving about significantly.
  • Page 63: Cancelling A Programme

    Operation Cancelling a programme  If a programme is cancelled, the items in the washer-disinfector must be reprocessed again.  Be careful when opening the door. The load could be hot. Danger of scalding, burning, and chemical burns. Programme The programme stops and an error message appears on the display. cancelled due to a Take appropriate steps to resolve the fault, depending on its cause fault...
  • Page 64: Settings

    Settings  Settings  The structure of the menu is shown below. The menu incorporates all relevant functions to support daily routine tasks. In the structure overview all options which can be permanently selected have boxes  beside them. Factory settings are indicated by a tick .
  • Page 65: Delay Start

    Settings  Delay start This setting must be activated for delay start to be available for use. Open the menu as follows:   button       Settings  Delay start           Delay start – Delay start is deactivated. – Delay start is activated and can be used for all programmes. Select an option using the ...
  • Page 66: Drying

    Settings  Drying The drying function can be preset or deactivated for all programmes with a drying phase (see Programme charts). The additional "Drying assistance" function accelerates the drying process at the end of the programme. If drying assistance has been activated the door will automatically open a few centimetres at the end of the programme to release steam from the cabinet.
  • Page 67: Dos Venting

    Settings  DOS venting The dispensing system for liquid chemical agents can only dispense reliably if the system has been purged of air. The DOS system must only be vented: – if the dispensing system is being used for the first time, –...
  • Page 68: Filter Maintenance

    Settings  Filter maintenance Cleaning the The filters in the wash cabinet must be checked and cleaned daily, filters in the wash see "Maintenance/Cleaning the filters in the wash cabinet". cabinet A counter in the controls can be activated to remind you of the required cleaning at regular intervals.
  • Page 69 Settings  Resetting the The counter for the cleaning interval may be reset only after counter cleaning has been completed. Reset – The counter is reset. – The counter will not be reset. Select an option using the  and  arrow buttons and confirm your ...
  • Page 70: Language

    Settings  Language  The language set will be used in the display. Open the menu as follows:   button       Settings  Language            The flag symbol  after the Settings  Language  menu options acts as a guide if a language which you do not understand has already been set.
  • Page 71: Time Of Day

    Settings  Time of day The time of day is required for process documentation, delay start, the machine log book and the display. The date format and the current time of day have to be set. There is no automatic adjustment between summer and winter time (daylight savings).
  • Page 72 Settings  Set the time of To set the format for the time of day: Open the menu as follows:   button       Settings  Time of day                         Time of day Use the arrow buttons  (higher)  (lower) to set the hours and ...
  • Page 73 Settings  Display If necessary, the machine may be activated for use during breaks in operation. – An option to display the time of day must be selected for this purpose. – Additionally, automatic shutdown must be activated and a standby duration set in "...
  • Page 74: Volume

    Settings  Volume A buzzer which is integrated into the control panel can give an acoustic signal in the following situations: – When buttons are pressed (keypad tone) – At the end of the programme – System messages (information) Open the menu as follows: ...
  • Page 75: Further Settings

    Further settings Further settings menu incorporates all administrative processes and settings. Further settings menu can only be accessed by using a code. If you do not have the code, contact a user with appropriate access rights or cancel the process using the  button. In the structure overview all options which can be permanently selected have boxes ...
  • Page 76 Further settings Display view     Actual temperature            Required temperature            Display     Contrast         Brightness         Switch off after                           Factory default     Reset         Programme settings only             All settings                         Software version    ...
  • Page 77: Code

    It is not possible to block individual options or the inputting of multiple codes at the same time.  If a code is lost, a new code must be issued by Miele Service. Enter code Further settings...
  • Page 78 Further settings To block A programme which is already running should only be cancelled if cancellation of a strictly necessary, e.g. if the wash load is moving about significantly. programme Access to the option of cancelling a programme can be blocked using the code.
  • Page 79  When a new code is entered the old code is overwritten and is permanently deleted. Therefore it cannot be reinstated. If a code is lost, a new code must be issued by Miele Service. Open the menu as follows: ...
  • Page 80: Date

    Further settings Date The date is required e.g. for process documentation. The date format and the current date have to be set. Select the date The selected date format appears in the display and in the process format documentation. Open the menu as follows: ...
  • Page 81 Further settings Set the date The current date will be set in the selected date format. Open the menu as follows:   button       Further settings Date                         Date Use the arrow buttons  (higher) and  (lower) and confirm your ...
  • Page 82: Log Book

    The entire life cycle of the machine, including consumption data for water and chemical agents, as well as operating hours and programme cycles are recorded in the log book. Miele Service can also use the log to calculate a recommendation for service intervals. Open the menu as follows: ...
  • Page 83: Report

    Additional specialist knowledge is required to alter programme settings and this should therefore be undertaken only by experienced users or by Miele Service. More information can be found in "Programme settings".
  • Page 84: Release Programme

    Further settings Release programme It is possible to block access to individual programmes. Blocked programmes are not available for selection, so for example it can be ensured that only validated programmes are used. Open the menu as follows:   button      ...
  • Page 85: Moving A Programme: Allocating Programme Selection Buttons

    Further settings Moving a programme: allocating programme selection buttons You can sort the programme selection list to suit your requirements and therefore also allocate the programme selection buttons ,  and . Open the menu as follows:   button      ...
  • Page 86: Dispensing Systems

    Further settings Dispensing systems Up to two chemical agents can be dispensed in each wash block. Using the following menu you can activate and vent the dispensing system, change the name if necessary and set the dispensing concentration for all programmes. Activating Individual dispensing systems can be activated or deactivated for all dispensing...
  • Page 87: Dos Venting

    Further settings DOS venting The dispensing system for liquid chemical agents can only dispense reliably if the system has been purged of air. The DOS system must only be vented: – if the dispensing system is being used for the first time, –...
  • Page 88 Further settings Setting the Dispensing concentration for liquid chemical agents, e.g. in the case dispensing of a change of manufacturer, can be adjusted for all programmes at concentration for once. liquid agents Dispensing concentration must be set in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions or with the required processing result.
  • Page 89: Test Programme

    Further settings DOS1 Renaming a If required the names of the dispensing systems " ", "DOS2" etc. dispensing "DOS1 cleaning can be extended to include additional information e.g. agent system ". The name "DOS" and the accompanying number cannot be changed.
  • Page 90: Interface

    With Miele washer-disinfectors, cleaning processes can be documented. To enable this, Miele washer-disinfectors are equipped with a module slot on the back to take a Miele communication module. The communication module is available from Miele and comes with its own operating instructions.
  • Page 91 Further settings Configuring the  The interface must only be configured by suitably qualified and interface competent persons. Open the menu as follows:   button Further settings       Interface           Interface Ethernet RS232 Ethernet – Configuration of an Ethernet interface RS232 –...
  • Page 92 Further settings RS-232 – Print reports Subsequent selection of cycle reports (see "Process documentation"). Language  – Any one of the following languages can be set for the RS-232 interface: German, English (GB), French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Swedish or Russian. Mode –...
  • Page 93: Water Hardness

    Further settings Water hardness You can use this menu to set the water softener to the water hardness of the mains supply. For more information see "Water softener". Display: Temperature The wash cabinet temperature can be viewed during a programme. Either the current actual temperature or the required temperature which has been preset for the current wash block is displayed.
  • Page 94: Display Brightness And Contrast

    Further settings Display brightness and contrast You can use this menu to adjust the brightness and contrast of the display. Open the menu as follows:   button Further settings       Display           Display Contrast Brightness – Contrast Set the contrast. –...
  • Page 95: Switch Off After

    Further settings Switch off after If the machine has not been used for a specific time period, it can be set to standby or switched off automatically. Ready for When it is ready for use, the machine remains switched on and the operation time is shown on the display.
  • Page 96: Switching Off After Activating

    Further settings Switching off Open the menu as follows:  after activating  button Further settings                 Switch off after Switch off after – The Auto-Off function is activated. A duration must be set after which automatic switch-off should occur. –...
  • Page 97: Factory Default

    The display changes and shows the last selected programme. Software version You can use this menu to call up the software versions of individual elements, e.g. when contacting Miele Service. For more information see "Service".
  • Page 98: Programme Settings

    Additional specialist knowledge is required to alter programme settings and this should therefore be undertaken only by experienced users or by Miele Service. Changing programme parameters on a validated machine will necessitate a renewed performance validation.
  • Page 99: Programme Blocks

    Programme settings Programme Wash block sequence is predefined and is the same as in the blocks programme chart (see "Programme chart"). – Pre-wash 1 Pre-washing removes coarse soiling and foaming agents. – Main wash 1 Depending on wash load cleaning generally occurs at temperatures between 50 °C and 85 °C with the addition of appropriate cleaning agent.
  • Page 100: Opening The Menu

    Programme settings Opening the menu The menu for programme settings is locked for users by factory default. If required this can be released by Miele Service. Open the menu as follows:   button Further settings                 Programme settings...
  • Page 101: Reset Programme

    Programme settings Reset programme Programmes can be individually reset to factory default. Programmes stored on a free memory location are irretrievably deleted.    ... Programme settings           Reset programme               All programmes are then listed in the display. Use the  and  arrow buttons to select the programme and ...
  • Page 102: Altering A Programme

    Programme settings Altering a programme You can alter all parameters which are identified as changeable in the programme charts. Other settings can only be altered by Miele Service. A programme setting is altered in two steps: – First the wash blocks must be reallocated to the programme or the existing allocation confirmed again.
  • Page 103: Allocating Wash Blocks

    Programme settings Allocating wash For every programme change the wash blocks must first be allocated. blocks Universal Accept Pre-wash 1 Allocation is by multiple choice. A box is shown next to all wash blocks in the display. If a wash block is allocated to the programme, there is a tick ...
  • Page 104: Spray Arm Monitoring

    Programme settings Spray arm The cleaning result depends on the wash water reaching all surfaces monitoring and cavities of the wash load. To do this the wash water is distributed throughout the wash cabinet by the rotation of the machine, basket and mobile unit spray arms.
  • Page 105 Programme settings The action desired at different spray arm rotation speeds is set in each wash block.    ... Main wash 1          Select wash block, e.g.: Spray arm monitoring               Spray arm monitoring On -> Stop On -> Warning On -> Stop –...
  • Page 106: Change Water Quantity

    Programme settings Change water Increasing the water level is advisable if a large amount of water quantity clings to items due to the structure of the wash load or if a heavy build-up of foam might occur due to the type of soiling (e.g. blood) and the chemical agents used.
  • Page 107: Increasing Drainage Time

    Programme settings Increasing If there is still water remaining in the wash cabinet at the end of a drainage time wash block, because e.g. the on-site drainage system is inadequate, the following error message will be displayed to enable water to be drained out of the wash cabinet within the designated time: Check drainage In this case the drainage time can be increased.
  • Page 108: Setting The Concentration Level

    Programme settings Setting the Up to two chemical agents can be dispensed in each wash block. It is concentration also possible to control the same dispensing system twice, excluding level the powder detergent dispenser (where available).    ...           Dosage 1 Dosage 2              ...
  • Page 109: Set Wash Blocktemperature

    Programme settings The wash block temperature is reached by heating up the wash wash block water. The temperature must be suited to the requirements of the temperature task. At temperatures over 55 °C, protein denaturing occurs which can cause the soiling to fix. Infection prevention requirements must be observed as appropriate.
  • Page 110 Programme settings Set the The holding time is the duration in which the wash block temperature holding time is kept constant.    ... Holding time           Holding time (0 - 15 The duration can be set in 1 minute increments. The possible range is shown in the bottom line.
  • Page 111: Drying Assistance

    Programme settings Drying assistance The additional "Drying assistance" function accelerates the drying process at the end of the programme. If drying assistance has been activated the door will automatically open a few centimetres at the end of the programme to release steam from the cabinet.
  • Page 112 Programme settings Drying time After the cooldown time, the Comfort door lock opens the door slightly to allow the moisture and heat remaining in the wash cabinet to dissipate. At this point, the door is unlocked and can be opened at Programme any time.
  • Page 113: Process Documentation

    There is no power failure safe memory for graphic information. Adding cycle Miele Service can add subsequent cycle numbers, e.g. in the event of numbers software updates or if the machine controls are replaced.
  • Page 114 Process documentation Communication module for external archiving A module slot is integrated into the back of the machine for a Miele communication module to permanently archive cycle reports. The module enables the installation of an Ethernet interface for documentation using documentation software or an RS-232 interface for connection to a report printer.
  • Page 115 Process documentation Process documentation using a report printer Process reports are printed via a directly connected report printer and archived on paper. Graphic representations are not included. An XKM RS232 10 Med communication module is required for direct connection. Report formats You can choose from two different report formats for paper archiving: –...
  • Page 116: Retrospective Output Of Cycle Reports

    Process documentation Retrospective output of cycle reports Internally stored reports can be output retrospectively from the machine. External software Data can be retrieved directly via the documentation software using an existing network connection. It is not necessary to input entries at the machine itself.
  • Page 117: Maintenance

    Maintenance Periodic checks The machine should be serviced every 1000 hours of operation, or at least once a year by Miele Service. This maintenance will cover the following: – Electrical safety according to national regulations (VDE 0701/0702 in Germany) – Door mechanism and door seal –...
  • Page 118: Routine Checks

    Maintenance Routine checks Before the start of each working day the user must carry out a number of routine checks. A check list is supplied with the machine for this purpose. The following need to be inspected: – All filters in the wash cabinet –...
  • Page 119 Maintenance Press the catches towards each other and pull the coarse filter  upwards to remove it. Remove the fine filter which sits loosely between the coarse filter  and the microfine filter. Remove the flat filter last.  Clean the filters. ...
  • Page 120: Cleaning The Spray Arms

    Also check that the spray arms can turn easily.   Immobile or blocked spray arms must not be used again. In this case contact Miele Service. Cleaning the The spray arms in the machine as well as in the mobile units and...
  • Page 121  Visible wear on the bearings can adversely affect the long-term functioning of the spray arms. In this case, contact Miele Service. Replace the spray arms after cleaning.  Make sure the spray arms can rotate easily after they have been ...
  • Page 122: Cleaning The Machine

    Wipe the door seal regularly with a damp cloth to remove soiling.  and the door seal Have damaged or leaking door seals replaced by Miele Service. Remove any soiling from the door sides and hinges.  Regularly clean the groove in the plinth panel under the door with a ...
  • Page 123: Checking Mobile Units, Baskets, Modules And Inserts

    – Check whether the tubular filters need to be cleaned or filter plates, e.g. in an E 478/1 need to be replaced. Maintenance of The machine should be serviced every 1000 hours of operation, or mobile units, at least once a year by Miele Service. baskets, modules and inserts...
  • Page 124: Performance Check

    Maintenance Performance check Adequate processing performance must be regularly confirmed by the user. Test point for The sensor test point for validation is located at the front right on the measuring top of the machine under the lid or the worktop. To reach the access sensors point, the lid of the machine must be removed or the machine must be pulled out from under the worktop.
  • Page 125 The test programmes interrupt the programme sequence automatically at specified points. The interruption is indicated by an audible signal tone and message on the display. Miele Service can set the duration of the interruption to between 10 seconds and approx. 42 min. During this time period, measurements can be made or the door can be opened to obtain a sample.
  • Page 126 Maintenance Activating a test Test programmes are valid for only one programme sequence each programme time. A test programme must be selected again for further tests. Open the menu as follows:   button Further settings       Test programme           Test programme Laboratory –...
  • Page 127: Problem Solving Guide

    The following guide may help you to find the reason for a fault, and to correct it. You should, however, note the following:  Repairs may only be carried out by Miele Service. Repairs and other work by unqualified persons could be dangerous for the user.
  • Page 128: Dispensing/dispensing Systems

    Check the suction aperture of the siphon for blockages  and remove these as necessary. Start the venting process again.  Contact Miele Service if there are leaks in the dispensing hose or a fault with the siphon.
  • Page 129 Contact Miele Service if there are leaks in the dispensing hose or a fault with the siphon. Highly viscous (thick) chemical agents can affect the dispenser monitoring and lead to inaccurate data. In this instance please contact Miele Service for advice.
  • Page 130: Insufficient Salt/water Softener

    Problem solving guide Insufficient salt/Water softener Problem Cause and remedy Refill salt Salt is running low in the water softener. Refill the reactivation salt before starting the next  programme. Machine locking out Salt in the water softener is completely depleted and Insufficient salt reactivation is no longer possible.
  • Page 131: Cancel With Fault Code

    Refer to the information regarding minimum flow  pressure in "Plumbing" and "Technical data". Check the filter in the water inlet.  Contact Miele Service for advice.  Fault 412-414 A programme was cancelled because the water inlet volume is too high.
  • Page 132 Remove any kinks from the dispenser hoses and check  the hoses for leaks. Position the dispenser hoses so that they cannot kink. Vent the dispensing systems.  If you identify any leaks in the dispenser hoses or defects on the container lances, contact Miele Service.
  • Page 133 - The amount of water may be insufficient for the application. Increase the amount of water (see "Programme  settings"). If necessary, consult Miele Service. Fault 550 The waterproof system has been activated. One of the water intake hoses might have a leak.
  • Page 134 Problem solving guide Problem Cause and remedy Fault 559 There is a problem with the process documentation interface. The machine has detected a module for an Ethernet interface, but only a serial interface (RS232) is activated in the controls. Deactivate the RS232 interface: Further Open the menu for configuring the interface ...
  • Page 135: Process-related Faults And Messages

    Wrong code entered The code entered is not the same as the code saved. Enter the code again.  Report the loss of the code to Miele Service.  Test programme: test object This is not a fault. can now be removed A test programme is running to check performance.
  • Page 136: Door

    Slamming the door can result in problems with the Comfort door lock. Open and close the door.  If the same message appears again: Contact the Miele Service Department.  Warning. Cabinet hot! Open When pressing the  button, be aware that the anyway? temperature in the wash cabinet is over 60 °C.
  • Page 137: Unsatisfactory Cleaning And Corrosion

    Problem solving guide Problem Cause and remedy Obstruction sensor Protruding wash load items or objects are blocking the door, e.g. towels. The door was closed before the door lock rail was fully retracted. Open the door.  Remove all objects and sort the wash load so that it ...
  • Page 138 Problem solving guide Problem Cause and remedy The cleaning result is Mobile units, baskets, modules and inserts were not unsatisfactory. suitable for the load. Select mobile units, baskets, modules and inserts which  are suitable for the task. Mobile units, baskets, inserts and modules were incorrectly loaded or overloaded.
  • Page 139 Problem solving guide Problem Cause and remedy Stainless steel items are The stainless steel is of insufficient quality for machine showing signs of reprocessing. corrosion. Only use stainless steel items made of high quality  stainless steel and follow the instructions of the manufacturer regarding machine reprocessing.
  • Page 140: Spray Arm Monitoring/wash Pressure

    Problem solving guide Spray arm monitoring/wash pressure Problem Cause and remedy Spray arm monitoring - upper The rotation speed set has not been reached. spray arm: Spray arm blocked - Items are obstructing the machine or basket spray arms. or excessive foaming Arrange the load so that the spray arms can turn easily ...
  • Page 141: Water Inlet And Drainage

    Problem solving guide Water inlet and drainage Problem Cause and remedy Check water inlet One or more stopcocks are closed. Open the stopcocks.  There was insufficient water in the machine. Clean the water intake filters.  Open the stopcocks fully. ...
  • Page 142: Noises

     Change the printer cartridge if necessary.  Network down The communication module has identified a network interruption or cannot establish a connection. Consult your network administrator.  If the problem cannot be resolved: Contact the Miele Service Department. ...
  • Page 143: Cleaning The Drain Pump And Non-return Valve

    Problem solving guide Cleaning the drain pump and non-return valve If water has not pumped away at the end of a programme there may be a foreign object in the drain pump or blocking the non-return valve. Take the filter combination out of the wash cabinet (see ...
  • Page 144: Cleaning The Water Intake Filters

    Problem solving guide Cleaning the water intake filters 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 145: After Sales Service

    These are shown on the data plates one on the side of the door and another on the back of the appliance. Please tell Miele Service the fault message or code shown in the display.
  • Page 146: Software Version

    Software version of the frequency converter. LNG Id: XXXXX – Language package version. You cannot change any settings in this menu. Software updates und -upgrades may only be undertaken by Miele Service. Exit the menu with the OK or  buttons. ...
  • Page 147: Installation

    Installation Installation and levelling Please refer to the installation diagram provided.  In order to reduce the risk of water damage, the area around the machine should be limited to furniture and fittings that are designed for use in commercial environments. The machine must be stable and level.
  • Page 148: Building Under A Continuous Worktop

    Screw the machine to the continuous worktop through the holes in  the front trim on the left and right. Please contact Miele to secure it at the sides to adjacent cabinetry. Venting the  The gaps between a built-in machine and adjacent cabinetry...
  • Page 149: Electromagnetic Compatibility (emc)

    Installation Cover plate/ A cover plate/worktop protector is available from Miele and may be Worktop advisable, depending on building-in location. protector The cover plate protects the lower edge of the worktop from steam damage. Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) The washer-disinfector has been tested for electromagnetic compatibility in accordance with EN 61326-1 and is suitable for...
  • Page 150: Electrical Connection

    (RCD) with a trip current of 30 mA. – If replacing the mains cable, use only original Miele replacement parts or a suitable cable with core cable ends. Further notes on electrical connection are given on the Installation diagram supplied with the machine.
  • Page 151: Peak Load Cut-out

    The machine is suitable for use in an energy management system. For this purpose, it must be technically adapted and the controls reset by Miele Service. Please contact Miele Service for further information. Peak load In the event of a peak load cut-out, some machine components such management as the heater element will be switched off for a while.
  • Page 152: Plumbing

    – The maximum permissible static water pressure is 1,000 kPa pressure. – If the water pressure does not fall into the stated range contact Miele Service for advice. – More information on AD water connection can be found at the end of this section.
  • Page 153 Plumbing – Install the filter (supplied in accessory pack) between the stopcock valve and the inlet hose. The filter for AD water is made of chromium-nickel steel and can be recognised by its dull surface. IMPORTANT UK, Australia and New Zealand For the UK, Australia and New Zealand a non-return check valve is required between the tap and filter.
  • Page 154 (optional)  If the machine is not going to be connected to AD water, the AD water connection has to be deactivated by a Miele Service technician. The inlet hose remains in position at the back of the machine.
  • Page 155: Connecting The Drain Hose

    Plumbing Connecting the drain hose – A non-return valve is incorporated into the drain system in the machine to prevent drainage water flowing back into the machine via the drain hose. – The machine drainage hose should be connected to a separate drain for the machine only.
  • Page 156: Programme Chart

    Programme chart Free memory New programme name: Application: Programmable programme for special applications. Please contact Miele Service to have the programme set up. Programme header  Change volume of water [l] Spray arm monitoring Drain time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Increased     Off...
  • Page 157 Programme chart Cleaning Interim rinse Final rinse  = Customisable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) AD = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water (VE), demineralised water Min = Holding time in minutes DOS 1 = Cleaning agent DOS 3 = Neutralising agent DOS 4 = DOS module...
  • Page 158: Free Memory

    Programme chart Free memory New programme name: Application: Programmable programme for special applications. Please contact Miele Service to have the programme set up. Programme header  Change volume of water [l] Spray arm monitoring Drain time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Increased     Off...
  • Page 159 Programme chart Cleaning Interim rinse Final rinse  = Customisable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) AD = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water (VE), demineralised water Min = Holding time in minutes DOS 1 = Cleaning agent DOS 3 = Neutralising agent DOS 4 = DOS module...
  • Page 160: Universal

    Programme chart Universal Application: For removing organic residues and certain inorganic residues. Programme header  Change volume of water [l] Spray arm monitoring Drain time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Increased     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality CW50 Dispensing system  Concentration [%] Dispensing system  Concentration [%]  Wash block temperature...
  • Page 161 Programme chart – For preparative and analytical applications, – for light to medium levels of soiling, – for normal wash result requirements. Cleaning Interim rinse Final rinse DOS 1 DOS 3 75 °C 75 °C  = Customisable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) AD = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water (VE), demineralised water Min = Holding time in minutes DOS 1 = Cleaning agent...
  • Page 162: Standard

    Programme chart Standard Application: Simple programme for a range of soiling. Not suitable for denatured and acid soluble residues such as protein, metallic salts and amines. Programme header  Change volume of water [l] Spray arm monitoring Drain time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Increased     Off Wash block...
  • Page 163 Programme chart – For light soiling, – for low wash result requirements. Cleaning Interim rinse Final rinse CW50 DOS 1 DOS 3 70 °C 70 °C  = Customisable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) AD = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water (VE), demineralised water Min = Holding time in minutes DOS 1 = Cleaning agent...
  • Page 164: Intensive

    Programme chart Intensive Application: For removing organic residues and certain inorganic residues. Programme header  Change volume of water [l] Spray arm monitoring Drain time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Increased     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality CW50 Dispensing system  Concentration [%] Dispensing system  Concentration [%]  Wash block temperature...
  • Page 165 Programme chart – For preparative and analytical applications, – for normal to heavy soiling, – for normal to high wash result requirements. Cleaning Interim rinse Final rinse DOS 1 DOS 3 80 °C 75 °C  = Customisable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) AD = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water (VE), demineralised water Min = Holding time in minutes DOS 1 = Cleaning agent...
  • Page 166: Inorganic

    Programme chart Inorganic Application: Removal of inorganic residue. Programme header  Change volume of water [l] Spray arm monitoring Drain time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Increased     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality Dispensing system  Concentration [%] Dispensing system  Concentration [%]  Wash block temperature  Holding time [Min] Drying  Cabinet cooling down...
  • Page 167 Programme chart – General programme for analysis and water analysis, and for water-based cultures with acid-soluble metallic salts such as Ca and Mg , etc., – for light to medium levels of soiling, – for normal to high wash result requirements. Cleaning Interim rinse Final rinse...
  • Page 168: Organic

    Programme chart Organic Application: For removing organic residues such as oils, fats, waxes etc. Not suitable for acid-soluble residues e.g. metallic salts, amines etc. Programme header  Change volume of water [l] Spray arm monitoring Drain time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Increased     Off Wash block...
  • Page 169 Programme chart – For normal to heavy soiling, – for normal to high wash result requirements. Use liquid cleaning agent, hot and AD water connection recommended. Cleaning Interim rinse Final rinse DOS 1 DOS 1 DOS 3 65 °C 85 °C 75 °C  = Customisable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW)
  • Page 170: Injector Plus

    Programme chart Injector plus Application: Programme with increased water pressure and increased water levels for the following basket combinations: – Upper basket with one spray arm and lower basket with 2 injector modules. – Upper and lower baskets with a total of 4 injector modules. Programme header  Change volume of water [l] Spray arm monitoring...
  • Page 171 Programme chart Use as described for the Universal programme Cleaning Interim rinse Final rinse DOS 1 DOS 3 75 °C 75 °C  = Customisable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) AD = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water (VE), demineralised water Min = Holding time in minutes DOS 1 = Cleaning agent...
  • Page 172: Pipettes

    Programme chart Pipettes Application: For pipettes. Programme header  Change volume of water [l] Spray arm monitoring Drain time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Increased     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality CW50 Dispensing system  Concentration [%] Dispensing system  Concentration [%]  Wash block temperature  Holding time [Min] Drying  Cabinet cooling down...
  • Page 173 Programme chart Cleaning Interim rinse Final rinse DOS 1 DOS 3 70 °C 70 °C  = Customisable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) AD = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water (VE), demineralised water Min = Holding time in minutes DOS 1 = Cleaning agent DOS 3 = Neutralising agent...
  • Page 174: Plastics

    Programme chart Plastics Application: For heat-sensitive loads, such as plastic flasks (temperature resistance: at least 55 °C). Programme header  Change volume of water [l] Spray arm monitoring Drain time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Increased     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality Dispensing system  Concentration [%] Dispensing system...
  • Page 175 Programme chart – For preparative and analytical applications, – for light to medium levels of soiling, – for normal wash result requirements. Cleaning Interim rinse Final rinse DOS 1 DOS 3 55 °C 55 °C  = Customisable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) AD = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water (VE), demineralised water Min = Holding time in minutes DOS 1 = Cleaning agent...
  • Page 176: Quick Wash

    Programme chart Quick wash Application: Short programme for lightly soiled items and loads that do not require intensive cleaning. Programme header  Change volume of water [l] Spray arm monitoring Drain time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Increased     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality Dispensing system...
  • Page 177 Programme chart Cleaning Interim rinse Final rinse DOS 1 DOS 3 60 °C 60 °C  = Customisable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) AD = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water (VE), demineralised water Min = Holding time in minutes DOS 1 = Cleaning agent DOS 3 = Neutralising agent...
  • Page 178: Oil Programme

    Programme chart Oil programme Application: For heavy oil soiling such as crude oil, synthetic oils/lubricants, fuels and partially natural oils. Programme header  Change volume of water [l] Spray arm monitoring Drain time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Increased     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality...
  • Page 179 Programme chart Use liquid cleaning agent, hot and AD water connection recommended. Cleaning Interim rinse Final rinse DOS 4 DOS 1 DOS 3 DOS 1 65 °C 85 °C 75 °C  = Customisable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) AD = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water (VE), demineralised water Min = Holding time in minutes DOS 1 = Cleaning agent...
  • Page 180: Special 93°c-10

    Programme chart Special 93°C-10' Application: For cleaning and thermal disinfection at 93 °C with 10 minutes temperature holding time (exposure time). Programme header  Change volume of water [l] Spray arm monitoring Drain time     On     Standard     Off for basket     Increased     Off Wash block Pre-wash Parameters Water quality Dispensing system...
  • Page 181 Programme chart Cleaning Interim rinse Final rinse CW70 DOS 1 DOS 3 93 °C 75 °C  = Customisable parameters CW = cold water HW = hot water CWxx = CW proportion in mixed water as percentage (CW70 = 70 % CW + 30 % HW) AD = aqua destillata, fully demineralised water (VE), demineralised water Min = Holding time in minutes DOS 1 = Cleaning agent DOS 3 = Neutralising agent...
  • Page 182: Demineralised Rinse

    Programme chart Demineralised rinse Application: Rinse with demineralised water (fully demineralised water, pure water, demineralised water), holding time: 3 Min. Rinsing Application: Cold water rinse, holding time: 1 Min. For flushing out saline solution (see "Water softener"), rinsing heavily soiled loads, e.g for pre-rinsing soiling, residual disinfecting agent, or to prevent items drying out and to prevent incrustation before running a full load.
  • Page 183: Programme Selection And Suitable Accessories

    Programme chart Programme selection and suitable accessories...
  • Page 184: Technical Data

     mark 2006/42/EC Machinery directive Manufacturer's address Miele & Cie. KG, Carl-Miele-Straße 29, 33332 Gütersloh, Germany * If installed above 1,500 m the boiling point of water will be lower. In this case the disinfecting temperature and the holding time will need to be reset.
  • Page 185: Caring For The Environment

    Please dispose of it at your local community waste collection / recycling centre for electrical and electronic appliances, or contact your dealer or Miele for advice. You are also responsible (by law, depending on country) for deleting any personal data that may be stored on the appliance being disposed of.
  • Page 188 Tel. +971 4 3044 999, Fax. +971 4 3418 852 Manufacturer: Miele & Cie. KG 800-MIELE (64353) Carl-Miele-Straße 29, 33332 Gütersloh, Germany E-Mail: info@miele.ae, Website: www.miele.ae Alteration rights reserved / Publication date: 2017-02-06 M.-Nr. 10 607 230 / 00 ...

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