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  • Page 1 User Manual Thanks for choosing ImportAppliances for your kitchen appliance purchase. We hope you are enjoying the convenience, quality and affordability of your new appliance. If you have any issues or questions, please contact us via email: info@ImportAppliances.com THE EASIEST WAY TO SELF-IMPORT APPLIANCES DIRECT FROM EUROPE.
  • Page 2 Operating and installation instructions SmartLine induction hob To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essential to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time. en-GB M.-Nr. 10 758 371 THE EASIEST WAY TO SELF-IMPORT APPLIANCES DIRECT FROM EUROPE.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Warning and Safety instructions................ 4 Caring for the environment ................ 14 Guide to the appliance .................. 15 Hob........................15 Controls / Indicators....................16 Cooking zones....................... 17 Before using for the first time ................ 18 Cleaning the SmartLine element for the first time..........18 Switching on the SmartLine element for the first time ..........
  • Page 4 Contents Safety features.....................  34 System lock / Safety lock..................34 Safety switch-off ....................36 Overheating protection..................37 Programming .......................  38 Cleaning and care .................... 41 Problem solving guide .................. 43 Optional accessories .................. 47 Safety instructions for installation.............. 48 Safety distances .................... 49 Installation notes ....................
  • Page 5: Warning And Safety Instructions

    They contain important notes on installation, safety, use and maintenance. Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by non-compliance with these instructions. Keep these instructions in a safe place and ensure that new users are familiar with the content.
  • Page 6 Warning and Safety instructions Correct application  This hob is intended for domestic use and use in other similar en- vironments.  This hob is not intended for outdoor use.  It is intended for domestic use only to cook food and keep it warm.
  • Page 7 Warning and Safety instructions Safety with children  Children under 8 years of age must be kept away from the hob unless they are constantly supervised.  Children over 8 years of age may use the hob without supervision if its operation has been clearly explained to them and they are able to use it safely.
  • Page 8  Unauthorised installation, maintenance and repairs can cause considerable danger for the user. Installation, maintenance and re- pairs must only be carried out by a Miele authorised technician.  Damage to the hob can compromise your safety. Check the hob for visible signs of damage.
  • Page 9 Miele authorised service technician. Otherwise the war- ranty is invalidated.  Miele can only guarantee the safety of the appliance when genu- ine original Miele replacement parts are used. Faulty components must only be replaced by Miele spare parts.
  • Page 10 Warning and Safety instructions  If the hob is installed behind a cabinet door, do not close the door while the hob is in use. Heat and moisture can build up behind the closed door. This can result in damage to the hob, the housing unit and the floor.
  • Page 11 Warning and Safety instructions Correct use  The hob gets hot when in use and remains hot for a while after be- ing switched off. There is a danger of burning until the residual heat indicators go out.  Oil and fat can overheat and catch fire. Do not leave the hob unat- tended when cooking with oil and fat.
  • Page 12 Warning and Safety instructions  You could burn yourself on the hot hob. Protect your hands with heat-resistant pot holders or gloves when handling hot pots and pans. Do not let them get wet or damp, as this causes heat to trans- fer through the material more quickly with the risk of scalding or burning yourself.
  • Page 13 Warning and Safety instructions  Because induction heating works so quickly, the base of the pan could, under certain circumstances, heat up to the temperature at which oil or fat self-ignites within a very short time. Never leave the hob unattended during use! ...
  • Page 14 Warning and Safety instructions Cleaning and care  Do not use a steam cleaning appliance to clean this hob. The steam could reach electrical components and cause a short cir- cuit.  If the hob is built in over a pyrolytic oven, the hob should not be used whilst the pyrolytic process is being carried out, as this could trigger the overheating protection mechanism on the hob (see relev- ant section).
  • Page 15: Caring For The Environment

    / recycling centre for electrical and electronic ap- pliances, or contact your dealer or Miele for advice. You are also respons- ible (by law, depending on country) for deleting any personal data that may be stored on the appliance being disposed of.
  • Page 16: Guide To The Appliance

    Guide to the appliance a PowerFlex cooking zone b PowerFlex cooking zone ab can be combined to form a PowerFlex cooking area c Controls / Indicators THE EASIEST WAY TO SELF-IMPORT APPLIANCES DIRECT FROM EUROPE.
  • Page 17: Controls / Indicators

    Guide to the appliance Controls / Indicators Sensor controls a Switching the hob on and off b Stop & Go c Wipe protection d Switching PowerFlex cooking zones on together/separately e Activating/deactivating the keeping warm function f Numerical keybank For setting power levels/minute minder and switch-off times g Automatic switch-off selector for cooking zones h Minute minder Indicator lights...
  • Page 18: Cooking Zones

    Guide to the appliance Cooking zones Ø in cm* Cooking zone Rating in watts for 230 V**  15–23 Normal 2100 TwinBooster, level 1 3000 TwinBooster, level 2 3650  15–23 Normal 2100 TwinBooster, level 1 3000 TwinBooster, level 2 3650  +  22–23 / Normal 3150...
  • Page 19: Before Using For The First Time

    Before using for the first time  Please stick the extra data plate for Switching on the SmartLine the appliance supplied with this doc- element for the first time umentation in the space provided in The metal components have a protect- the “After sales service”...
  • Page 20: Induction

    Induction How it works  Risk of burning due to hot items. An induction coil is located under each When the appliance is switched on either deliberately or by mistake, or induction cooking zone. When a cook- when there is residual heat present, ing zone is switched on, this coil cre- ates a magnetic field which impacts dir- there is the risk of metal items placed...
  • Page 21: Noises

    Induction Noises When using an induction hob, the fol- lowing noises can occur in the pan, de- pending on what it is made of and how it has been constructed. Buzzing on the higher power settings. This will decrease or cease altogether when the power setting is reduced.
  • Page 22: Cookware

    Induction – To make optimum use of the cooking Cookware zones, choose pans with a suitable Suitable pans include: base diameter (see chapter “Cooking zones”). If the pan is too small it will – stainless steel pans with a magnetic not be recognised and the set power base level will flash in the numerical key-...
  • Page 23: Tips On Saving Energy

    Tips on saving energy – Use a lid whenever possible to min- imise heat loss. – Select a smaller pan when cooking small quantities. A smaller pan uses less energy than a larger pan with very little in it. – Cook with as little water as possible. –...
  • Page 24: Setting Range

    Setting range The hob is programmed with 9 power levels at the factory. If you wish to fine-tune a setting, you can extend the power setting range to 17 power levels (see “Pro- gramming”). Setting range Default set- Extended set- ting tings (9 power...
  • Page 25: Operation

    Operation Using the appliance  Malfunction due to dirty and/or covered sensor controls. This SmartLine element is equipped If the sensor controls are dirty or with electronic sensor controls which covered this could cause them to fail react to finger contact. For safety reas- ons, in order to switch the appliance on, to react, to activate a function or the On/Off ...
  • Page 26: Switching On The Hob

    Operation Switching off a cooking zone  Risk of fire with overheated food. Unattended food can overheat and  To switch off a cooking zone, touch catch alight. the  0 sensor for that cooking zone. Do not leave the hob unattended ...
  • Page 27: Power Level Setting - Extended Setting Range

    Operation Power level setting - Extended PowerFlex area setting range The PowerFlex cooking zones combine automatically to form a PowerFlex  Touch the numerical keybank in cooking area when you place a suffi- between two number sensors. ciently large pot or pan on them (see The numbers to the left and right of the "Guide to the appliance - Hob").
  • Page 28: Auto Heat-Up

    Operation Auto heat-up Continued cook- Heat-up time ing setting* [min : sec] When Auto heat-up has been activated, the cooking zone switches on automat- Approx. 0:15 ically at the highest setting and then Approx. 0:15 switches to the continued cooking set- ting which you have previously selec- Approx.
  • Page 29: Booster

    Operation Activating TwinBooster, level 1 Booster  Place a pan on the cooking zone you The cooking zones are equipped with a want to use. TwinBooster.  Select a power level if necessary. When activated, the power is boosted so that large quantities can be heated ...
  • Page 30: Keeping Warm

    Operation Activating/deactivating the keeping Keeping warm warm function This function is for keeping food warm  Touch the  sensor for the cooking which has just been cooked and is still zone you wish to use. hot. It is not for reheating food that has gone cold.
  • Page 31: Timer

    Timer The SmartLine element has to be The functions can be used at the same switched on if you wish to use the timer. time. The shortest time is always dis- A duration of between 1 minute (:) played and the  sensor control and 9 hours 59 minutes (:) can be (minute minder) or the indicator light for automatic switch-off pulsates.
  • Page 32: Switching Off A Cooking Zone Automatically

    Timer the  sensor repeatedly until the in- Switching off a cooking zone dicator light for the zone you require automatically flashes. You can set a time after which the Changing the switch-off time cooking zone will switch off automatic- ally.
  • Page 33: Additional Functions

    Additional functions Stop & Go Recall When Stop & Go is activated, the power If the SmartLine element is accidentally of all cooking zones in use is reduced to switched off during use, you can use power level 1. this function to restore all the settings. The cooking zone power levels and the The SmartLine element must be timer settings cannot be altered, the...
  • Page 34: Wipe Protection

    Additional functions Wipe protection Displaying the SmartLine ele- ment data You can lock the SmartLine element The model designation and software sensor controls for 20 seconds in or- version of the SmartLine element can der to remove soiling, for example. be displayed.
  • Page 35: Safety Features

    Safety features The safety lock is activated when the System lock / Safety lock SmartLine element is switched on. The lock function is deactivated if When the safety lock is activated, the there is a break in the mains supply. element can be operated only under certain conditions: Your SmartLine element is equipped...
  • Page 36 Safety features Activating the safety lock  Touch and hold the  and  sensors at the same time for 6 seconds. The seconds can be seen counting down in the timer display. When this time has elapsed  will appear in the timer display.
  • Page 37: Safety Switch-Off

    Safety features Safety switch-off Power level* Maximum operating time [h:min] Sensor controls are covered Safety setting Your SmartLine element will turn off automatically if one or several of the 10:00 8:00 5:00 sensor controls remain covered for longer than 10 seconds, for example, 10:00 7:00 4:00...
  • Page 38: Overheating Protection

    If, despite removing the cause, the overheating protection mechanism trig- – The cooking zone turns off automat- gers again, contact Miele Service. ically.  will flash alternately with  in the timer display. You can use the cooking zone again as usual when the fault code has gone out.
  • Page 39: Programming

    Programming You can adapt the programming of the Saving the settings SmartLine element to your personal  While the programme is showing in needs. Several settings can be altered the display (e.g. :) touch the  in succession. sensor control until the indicators go out.
  • Page 40 Programming Settings Programme Code P:01 Demonstration mode C:00 Demonstration mode off C:01 Demonstration mode on P:03 Factory default setting C:00 Factory default settings not re- stored C:01 Factory default settings restored P:04 Number of power levels C:00 9 power levels C:01 17 power levels P:06...
  • Page 41 Programming Settings Programme Code P:15 Permanent pan recognition C:00 Not active C:01 Active Unlisted programmes are not assigned. The factory setting is shown in bold. After the SmartLine element has been switched on  appears in the timer display for a few seconds.
  • Page 42: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care  Allow the SmartLine element to cool Risk of burning due to hot cook- down before cleaning. ing zones. The cooking zones will be hot after  Clean the SmartLine element and ac- use. cessories after each use. Switch the hob off.
  • Page 43  Then clean the ceramic glass surface  Then carefully scrape off these with the Miele ceramic and stainless residues immediately whilst they are steel hob cleaner (see “optional ac- still hot, using a scraper blade suit- cessories”) or with a proprietary...
  • Page 44: Problem Solving Guide

    There is no power to the SmartLine element. cannot be switched on.  Check whether the mains fuse has tripped. Con- tact an electrician or Miele Service (for the min- imum fuse rating, see data plate). There may be a technical fault.
  • Page 45 Problem solving guide Problem Cause and remedy After the SmartLine ele- The system lock or safety lock is activated. ment has been  Deactivate the system lock or safety lock (see switched on or a sensor “System lock / Safety lock”). control has been touched, ...
  • Page 46  Interrupt the power supply to the SmartLine ele- ment for approx. 1 minute.  If the problem persists after power has been re- stored, please contact Miele Service.  flashes alternately The SmartLine element is connected incorrectly. with  in the timer dis- ...
  • Page 47 There is a fault in the electronic module.  Interrupt the power supply to the SmartLine ele- ment for approx. 1 minute.  If the problem persists after power has been re- stored, please contact Miele Service. THE EASIEST WAY TO SELF-IMPORT APPLIANCES DIRECT FROM EUROPE.
  • Page 48: Optional Accessories

    These products can be ordered through the Miele Webshop. Removes heavy soiling, limescale de- posits and aluminium residues They can also be ordered from Miele (see end of this booklet for contact de- Microfibre cloth tails) or from your Miele dealer.
  • Page 49: Safety Instructions For Installation

    Safety instructions for installation  Damage risk from incorrect installation. Incorrect installation can cause damage to the SmartLine element. The SmartLine element must only be installed by a qualified person.  Risk of electric shock! Incorrect connection to the mains supply may result in an electric shock. The SmartLine element must be connected to the electrical supply by a quali- fied person only.
  • Page 50: Safety Distances

    Safety distances Safety distance above the SmartLine element The safety distance specified by the manufacturer of the cooker hood must be maintained between the SmartLine element and the cooker hood above it. If combustible objects are installed above the SmartLine element (e.g. cab- inets, utensil rail, etc.), a minimum safety distance of 600 mm must be maintained.
  • Page 51 Safety distances Safety distances to the sides and back of the hob The SmartLine element should prefer- ably be installed with plenty of space on the right and left. The minimum distance  specified be- low must be observed between the rear of the SmartLine element and a tall unit Not allowed or room wall.
  • Page 52 Safety distances Minimum safety distances un- Interim shelf derneath the element It is not necessary to fit an interim shelf underneath the SmartLine element but To ensure proper ventilation of the one may be fitted if you wish. SmartLine element, a minimum clear- ance is required between the element Leave a gap of 10 mm at the back of and an oven, interim shelf, or drawer.
  • Page 53 Safety distances Safety distance when installing the appliance near a wall with additional niche cladding If a niche cladding is installed, a minimum safety distance must be maintained between the worktop cut-out and the cladding, since high temperatures can dam- age these materials.
  • Page 54: Installation Notes

    Installation notes Tiled worktop All dimensions are given in mm. Onset installation Sealing between the SmartLine Ele- ment and the worktop Grout lines  and the hatched area un- derneath the SmartLine element frame must be smooth and even. If they are not, the SmartLine element will not sit flush with the worktop and the sealing strip underneath the top part of the ap-...
  • Page 55: Flush-Fit Installation

    Installation notes Natural stone worktops Flush-fit installation The SmartLine element is set directly in Flush-fit installation is only possible in the cut-out. natural stone (granite, marble), solid wood and tiled worktops. For installa- Solid wood worktops, tiled worktops, tion in worktops made of other materi- glass worktops als, please consult the relevant manu- The SmartLine element is set on a...
  • Page 56: Installing Several Smartline Elements

    Installation notes Installing several SmartLine elements The gaps between the individual Smart- Line elements are sealed with a silicone sealant that is heat-resistant to at least 160 °C. With flush-fit installation, the gap between the SmartLine element(s) and the worktop must also be sealed with a silicone sealant that is heat-res- istant to at least 160 °C.
  • Page 57: Building-In Dimensions

    Building-in dimensions Onset installation a Front b Mains connection cable, L = 2000 mm THE EASIEST WAY TO SELF-IMPORT APPLIANCES DIRECT FROM EUROPE.
  • Page 58: Flush-Fit Installation

    Building-in dimensions Flush-fit installation a Front b Mains connection cable, L = 2000 mm c Stepped cut-out (for detailed illustrations, see “Worktop cut-out for flush-fit in- stallation”) d 12 mm wooden frame (not supplied, for detailed illustrations, see “Worktop cut- out for flush-fit installation”) THE EASIEST WAY TO SELF-IMPORT APPLIANCES DIRECT FROM EUROPE.
  • Page 59: Worktop Cut-Out For Onset Installation

    Worktop cut-out for onset installation Information for calculating the cut-out The elements overlap the worktop by 10 mm. When installing several elements, a distance of 2 mm must be observed between the individual elements. Calculating cut-out dimension B 1 element = width of the element minus 10 mm on the right, minus 10 mm on the left Several elements = total width of the elements plus 2 mm distance between the elements, minus 10 mm on the right, minus 10 mm on the left.
  • Page 60 Worktop cut-out for onset installation Installation with a downdraft extractor Sample combinations Number x width [mm] Dimen- sion B Cooking Downdraft [mm] elements extractor 1 x 378 1 x 120 2 x 378 1 x 120 1 x 378 2 x 120 1224 1 x 620 3 x 378 2 x 120 1362 2 x 378 2 x 120 1604 1 x 620 4 x 378 2 x 120 1742 1 x 620 2 x 120 THE EASIEST WAY TO SELF-IMPORT APPLIANCES DIRECT FROM EUROPE.
  • Page 61 Worktop cut-out for onset installation Installation without a downdraft extractor Sample combinations Number x width [mm] Dimension B [mm] Cooking elements 1 x 378 2 x 378 1 x 378 1 x 620 3 x 378 1118 2 x 378 1360 1 x 620 4 x 378 1498 THE EASIEST WAY TO SELF-IMPORT APPLIANCES DIRECT FROM EUROPE.
  • Page 62: Worktop Cut-Out For Flush-Fit Installation

    Worktop cut-out for flush-fit installation Natural stone worktop Wooden worktop + 0.5  mm for CS 7611 Information for calculating the cut-out The elements overlap the worktop by 10 mm. When installing several elements, a distance of 2 mm must be observed between the individual elements.
  • Page 63 Worktop cut-out for flush-fit installation Installation with a downdraft extractor Sample combinations Number x width [mm] Dimen- Dimen- sion A sion B Cooking Downdraft [mm] [mm] elements extractor 1 x 378 1 x 120 2 x 378 1 x 120 1 x 378 2 x 120 1248 1224 1 x 620 3 x 378 2 x 120 1386 1362 2 x 378 2 x 120 1628 1604 1 x 620 4 x 378...
  • Page 64 Worktop cut-out for flush-fit installation Installation without a downdraft extractor Sample combina- Number x width Dimension A Dimension B tions [mm] [mm] [mm] Cooking elements 1 x 378 2 x 378 1 x 378 1004 1 x 620 3 x 378 1142 1118 2 x 378 1384 1360 1 x 620 4 x 378 1522 1498 THE EASIEST WAY TO SELF-IMPORT APPLIANCES DIRECT FROM EUROPE.
  • Page 65: Spacer Bars

    Spacer bars When installing several SmartLine elements, an additional spacer bar must be fit- ted in between the individual elements. The clips supplied with the spacer bars are only required for installing the CSDA. Installing 3 elements and 2 spacer bars Onset installation Flush-fit installation THE EASIEST WAY TO SELF-IMPORT APPLIANCES DIRECT FROM EUROPE.
  • Page 66: Installation

    Installation Preparing the worktop Fitting the spacer bars  Create the worktop cut-out. Remem- Use the middle screw holes if one of the ber to maintain the minimum safety following SmartLine elements is in- distances (see “Safety distances”). stalled to the right or left of the spacer bar: CS 7611, CS 7101, CS 7102 ...
  • Page 67: Installing The Smartline Element

    Installation Natural stone worktops Installing the SmartLine ele- ment You will need heavy-duty double- sided tape (not supplied) to secure the  Stick the supplied sealing strip under spacer bars. the edge of the SmartLine element. Do not apply the sealing strip under tension.
  • Page 68 Installation Flush-fit installation  Connect the SmartLine element to the mains.  If required, connect the SmartLine element to the gas supply (see “Gas connection”).  Check that the SmartLine element works.  Seal the gaps between the individual elements and between the elements and the worktop with a silicone seal- ant that is heat-resistant to at least 160 °C.
  • Page 69: Electrical Connection

    The connection data is quoted on the Miele cannot be held liable for dam- data plate. Please ensure these match age or injury caused by unauthorised the household mains supply.
  • Page 70 A suitable connec- tion cable is available to order from Safety fuses Miele.  Completely remove fuses. Automatic circuit breakers  Press the (red) test button until the middle (black) button springs out.
  • Page 71: After Sales Service

    In the event of any faults which you cannot remedy yourself, please contact your Miele Dealer or Miele Service. Contact information for Miele Service can be found at the end of this document. Please note that telephone calls may be monitored and recorded for training pur- poses and that a call-out charge will be applied to service visits where the problem could have been resolved as described in this booklet.
  • Page 72: Product Data Sheets

    Information for domestic electric hobs In acc. with regulation (EU) No. 66/2014 MIELE Model name / identifier CS 7612 Number of cooking zones and/or areas For circular cooking zones: diameter of useful sur- 1. = 230x390 mm face area/cooking zone 2.
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  • Page 76 Fax: 011-46 900 001 Fax: +65 6735 1161 800-MIELE (64353) E-mail: customercare@miele.in E-Mail: info@miele.com.sg E-Mail: info@miele.ae Internet: www.miele.in Internet: www.miele.sg Website: www.miele.ae Manufacturer: Miele & Cie. KG, Carl-Miele-Straße 29, 33332 Gütersloh, Germany THE EASIEST WAY TO SELF-IMPORT APPLIANCES DIRECT FROM EUROPE.
  • Page 77 CS 7612 en-GB M.-Nr. 10 758 371 / 00 THE EASIEST WAY TO SELF-IMPORT APPLIANCES DIRECT FROM EUROPE.