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Operating and installation instructions
Ceramic hobs with induction
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. 09 055 450

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  • Page 1 Operating and installation instructions Ceramic hobs with induction 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. 09 055 450...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Warning and Safety instructions................ 4 Caring for the environment ................ 13 Guide to the appliance .................. 14 Hob........................14 CS 1212-1 ......................14 CS 1221-1 ......................15 CS 1222......................16 Indicators....................... 16 Control symbols ....................17 Display........................17 Cooking zones....................... 17 Before using for the first time ................
  • Page 3 Optional accessories .................. 37 Safety instructions for installation.............. 38 Safety distances .................... 39 Installation notes .................... 43 Building-in dimensions .................. 44 CS 1212-1 ......................44 CS 1221-1 / CS 1222 .................... 45 Installing several ProLine elements.............. 46 Installation...................... 48 Electrical connection .................. 52 After sales service....................
  • Page 4: 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...
  • Page 5 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 ...
  • Page 6 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 7 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 ...
  • Page 8 Warning and Safety instructions 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. The hob is not intended for use with an external timer switch or a ...
  • Page 9 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- ...
  • Page 10 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 11 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! Heat oil or fat for a maximum of one minute.
  • Page 12 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 ...
  • Page 13: 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 for deleting any personal data that may be stored on the appliance being disposed of. Please ensure that your old appliance poses no risk to children while being stored prior to disposal.
  • Page 14: Guide To The Appliance

    Guide to the appliance CS 1212-1 a Cooking zone with TwinBooster b Cooking zone with Booster c Cooking zone display d Cooking zone symbols e Indicators f Control for the rear cooking zone g Control for the front cooking zone...
  • Page 15: Cs 1221-1

    Guide to the appliance CS 1221-1 a Cooking zone with TwinBooster b Cooking zone display c Indicators d Cooking zone controls...
  • Page 16: Indicators

    Guide to the appliance CS 1222 a Extended zone with TwinBooster b Cooking zone with Booster c Cooking zone display d Cooking zone symbols e Indicators g Control for the front cooking zone h Control for the rear cooking zone Indicators ...
  • Page 17: Control Symbols

    The system lock has been activated  Safety switch-off (see “Safety features”)  /  Overheating protection (see “Safety features”)  Cooking zones Cooking zone CS 1212-1 Ø in cm* Rating in watts for 230 V** 10–16 Normal 1400  Booster 2200 16–23...
  • Page 18 Guide to the appliance CS 1221-1 Ø in cm* Rating in watts for 230 V** 18–28 Normal 2600 TwinBooster, level 1 3000 TwinBooster, level 2 3700 * Pans with a base diameter within the given range may be used. ** The wattage quoted may vary depending on the size and material of the pans used. Cooking zone CS 1222 Ø in cm*...
  • Page 19: Before Using For The First Time

    Before using for the first time  Please stick the extra data plate for Switching on the hob for the the appliance supplied with this doc- first time umentation in the space provided in the “After sales service” section of When the hob is first connected, or this booklet.
  • Page 20: Induction

    Induction The induction principle When the appliance is switched  on either deliberately or by mistake, An induction coil is located under each or when there is residual heat cooking zone. When a cooking zone is present, there is the risk of any metal switched on, this coil creates a mag- items placed on the hob (e.g.
  • 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: Pans

    Induction – Often the maximum diameter quoted Pans by manufacturers refers to the dia- The following pan types are suitable: meter of the top rim of the pot or pan. The diameter of the base (gener- – stainless steel with a base that can ally smaller) is the more important be magnetised, one.
  • 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: Settings

    Settings Setting range Keeping warm  Melting butter Dissolving gelatine Melting chocolate Making milk puddings Warming small quantities of liquid Cooking rice Defrosting frozen vegetables Making porridge Warming liquid and semi-solid food Making omelettes or lightly frying eggs Steaming fruit Cooking dumplings Steaming vegetables and fish Defrosting and reheating frozen food...
  • Page 25: Operation

    Operation Cooking zone controls Switching off The cooking zone controls must not be  Turn the cooking zone control anti- turned past B I or B I/II to 0. clockwise to 0. When all cooking zones are switched Switching on off the in-operation indicator will go Fire hazard.
  • Page 26: Auto Heat-Up

    Operation Auto heat-up Continued cook- Heat-up time ing level [min:sec] When Auto heat-up has been activated, the cooking zone switches on automat- Approx. 00:15 ically at the highest power setting and Approx. 00:15 then switches to the continued cooking setting. The heat-up time depends on Approx.
  • Page 27: Booster

    Operation Cooking zones are linked in pairs to Booster supply the power for the booster func- The cooking zones are equipped with a tion. Booster with one level or a TwinBooster When the booster function is selected, with two levels (see “Guide to the appli- a proportion of energy is taken away ance - Hob”).
  • Page 28 Operation To switch on the Booster To switch off the Booster / Twin- Booster  Turn the cooking zone control clock- wise past 9 to B I and back again  Select a different power level. to 9. The Booster symbol and “B” will go out. ...
  • Page 29: Keeping Warm

    Operation Setting the keeping warm function Keeping warm  Turn the control clockwise to . This function is for keeping food warm which has just been cooked and is still hot. It is not for reheating food that has gone cold. The maximum duration for keeping food warm is 2 hours.
  • Page 30: Safety Features

    Safety features System lock Safety switch-off The safety switch-off mechanism is The system lock can only be activated triggered automatically if one of the if all the cooking zones are switched cooking zones is heated for an unusu- off. ally long period of time. This period of time depends on the power level selec- Your hob is equipped with a system ted.
  • Page 31: Overheating Protection

    If, despite removing the cause, the – The cooking zone will switch off overheating protection mechanism trig- automatically.  will flash in the cook- gers again, contact Miele. ing zone display. – Further cooking zones switch off automatically.  Switch off the affected cooking zone.
  • Page 32: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Allow the ProLine element to cool Risk of burning due to hot cook-  down before cleaning. ing zones. The cooking zones will be hot after  Clean the ProLine element and ac- use. cessories after each use. Switch the hob off.
  • Page 33: Ceramic Surface

     Then clean the ceramic glass surface  Afterwards, clean the ceramic surface with the Miele ceramic and stainless in its cooled state, as described steel hob cleaner (see “optional ac- above.
  • Page 34: Stainless Steel Frame/Control Panel

    Cleaning and care Stainless steel frame/control panel  Clean the frame and the control panel with a solution of warm water and a little washing-up liquid applied with a soft sponge. You can also use a ceramic and stain- less steel cleaning agent. We recom- mend also using a stainless steel condi- tioning agent to help prevent resoiling (see "Optional accessories).
  • Page 35: Problem Solving Guide

    The cooking zones do  Check whether the fuse has tripped. Contact an not heat up. electrician or Miele Service (for the minimum fuse rating, see data plate). There may be a technical fault.  Turn the rotary controls to the 0 position.
  • Page 36 Problem solving guide Problem Cause and remedy There has been no pan, or an unsuitable pan, on the  flashes alternately cooking zone for more than 3 minutes. with  in a cooking zone display. The cooking  Use pans that are suitable for induction (see “Pans”) or switch off the cooking zone if it is no zone has switched off automatically.
  • Page 37: 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- tails) or from your Miele dealer. Microfibre cloth...
  • Page 38: Safety Instructions For Installation

    Safety instructions for installation Risk of damage from incorrect connection.  Incorrect installation can cause damage to the ProLine element. The ProLine element must only be installed by a qualified person. Damage from falling objects.  Take care not to damage the ProLine element when fitting wall units or a cooker hood above it.
  • Page 39: Safety Distances

    Safety distances Safety distance above the Pro- Line element The safety distance specified by the manufacturer of the cooker hood must be maintained between the ProLine ele- ment and the cooker hood above it. If the cooker hood manufacturer's in- structions are not available or if com- bustible objects are installed above the ProLine element (e.g., cabinets, utensil...
  • Page 40 50 mm  Minimum distance between the worktop cut-out and a tall unit or wall to the right or left of it: CS 1212, CS 1212-1 40 mm CS 1221, CS 1221-1 CS 1234, CS 1234-1 CS 1223 Highly recommended...
  • Page 41 Safety distances Minimum safety distances un- Interim shelf derneath the hob It is not necessary to fit an interim shelf underneath the hob but one may be fit- To ensure sufficient ventilation to the ted if you wish. hob, a certain gap must be left between the underside of the hob and any oven, Leave a gap of 10 mm at the back of interim shelf or drawer.
  • Page 42 Safety distances Safety distance when installing the appliance near a wall with additional niche cladding A minimum safety distance must be maintained between the worktop cut-out and any niche cladding to protect it from heat damage. If the niche cladding is made from a combustible material (e.g. wood) a minimum safety distance ...
  • Page 43: Installation Notes

    Installation notes Sealing between the ProLine Tiled worktop Element and the worktop Grout lines  and the hatched area un- derneath the ProLine element frame must be smooth and even. If they are The ProLine element and worktop not, the ProLine element will not sit may be damaged if the ProLine ele- flush with the worktop and the sealing ment needs to be removed after it...
  • Page 44: Building-In Dimensions

    Building-in dimensions CS 1212-1 a Spring clamps b Front c Casing depth d Casing depth including mains connection box with mains connection cable, L = 2000 mm...
  • Page 45 Building-in dimensions CS 1221-1 / CS 1222 a Spring clamps b Front c Casing depth d Casing depth including mains connection box with mains connection cable, L = 2000 mm...
  • Page 46: Installing Several Proline Elements

    Installing several ProLine elements Example: 3 ProLine elements a Spring clamps b Spacer bars c Gap between spacer bars and worktop d Cover e ProLine element width less 8 mm f ProLine element width g ProLine element width less 8 mm h Worktop cut-out...
  • Page 47 Installing several ProLine elements Calculating the worktop cut-out The frames of the ProLine elements overlap the worktop at the outside right and left by 8 mm on each side.  Add up the widths of the ProLine elements and subtract 16 mm from this figure. Example: 288 mm + 288 mm + 380 mm = 956 mm - 16 mm = 940 mm The ProLine elements are 288 mm, 380 mm or 576 mm wide depending on...
  • Page 48: Installation

    Installation Preparing the worktop  Make the worktop cut-out as shown in “Building-in dimensions” or as cal- culated (see “Installing several Pro- Line appliances”). Remember to maintain the minimum safety dis- tances (see “Safety distances”). Wooden worktops  Seal any cut surfaces on the wood worktops with a special varnish, silic- one rubber, or resin to prevent the wood from swelling as a result of...
  • Page 49 Installation Natural stone worktops You will need heavy duty double-sided tape (not supplied) to secure the spring clamps and spacer bars.  Apply silicone to the side and lower edges of the spring clamps  and the spacer bars .  Then fill gap  between spacer bar ...
  • Page 50 Installation Installing several ProLine elements Installation with a downdraft  Push the built-in ProLine element to extractor the side until the holes in the spacer Please refer to the separate “Downdraft bar can be seen. extractor with CombiSet” instruction manual for details about installing a downdraft extractor with a CombiSet appliance.
  • Page 51 Installation Connecting the ProLine ele- ment  Connect the ProLine element(s) to the mains electricity supply.  Check that each ProLine element is working. Removing a ProLine element If the ProLine element cannot be ac- cessed from below, you will need a special tool to remove it.
  • Page 52: Electrical Connection

    (RCD) with a trip Miele cannot be held liable for dam- range of 30 mA. age or injury caused by the lack of or inadequacy of an on-site earthing system (e.g.
  • Page 53 H 05 VV- F (PVC-insulated), available from the Safety fuses manufacturer or from the Miele Cus- tomer Service Department.  Completely remove fuses. The required connection data is Automatic circuit breakers provided on the data plate.
  • Page 54: 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 55: Product Data Sheets

    The following data sheets apply to the models described in this operating instruc- tion manual. Information for domestic electric hobs In acc. with regulation (EU) No. 66/2014 MIELE CS 1212-1 Model name/identifier Number of cooking zones and/or areas For circular cooking zones: diameter of useful sur- 1. = Ø 100-160 mm face area/cooking zone 2.
  • Page 56 Product data sheets Information for domestic electric hobs In acc. with regulation (EU) No. 66/2014 MIELE CS 1222 Model name/identifier Number of cooking zones and/or areas For circular cooking zones: diameter of useful sur- 1. = Ø 100-160 mm face area/cooking zone 2.
  • Page 59 Tel: +65 6735 1191 Fax. +971 4 3418 852 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...
  • Page 60 en-GB M.-Nr. 09 055 450 / 07...

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