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Powerwash 2.0 - Miele WDD320 SpeedCare 1400 Operating Instructions Manual

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Programme sequence

PowerWash 2.0

PowerWash 2.0, a washing technique
developed by Miele, is activated in the
following programmes with small and
medium-sized loads:
– Cottons
– Minimum iron
– Shirts
How it works
Conventional washing techniques wash
with more water than the laundry can
absorb. This total volume of water
needs to be heated.
The PowerWash 2.0 washing technique
only uses slightly more water than the
laundry can absorb. The water which
has not been absorbed by the laundry
heats up the drum and the laundry and
is sprayed into the laundry over and
over again. This reduces the amount of
energy used.
The washing machine calculates the
size of the load at the beginning of the
wash programme. PowerWash 2.0 is
activated if the following conditions are
– there is a small to medium-sized
laundry load in the drum
– the temperature selected does not
exceed 60 °C
– the final spin speed selected is not
lower than 600 rpm
– with Cap dosing neither the  nor
the  sensor controls are active.
With some options (e.g. Pre-wash,
Water plus) PowerWash 2.0 is not ac-
Special features
– Drenching phase
The washing machine will spin a few
times at the beginning of the pro-
gramme. During spinning, the water
discharged is sprayed back into the
laundry in order to achieve optimum
moisture penetration.
The optimum water level is set at the
end of the drenching phase. If neces-
sary, the washing machine will pump
water away or take in a little more
fresh water.
– Noises during the heating phase
Unusual bubbling noises can occur
while the laundry and the drum are
being heated.

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