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Operating and installation instructions
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.
M.-Nr. 10 999 980



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  • Page 1 Operating and installation instructions Freezer 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. 10 999 980...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Warning and Safety instructions................ 5 Caring for the environment ................ 14 Saving energy ......................  15 Guide to the appliance .................. 17 Ice cube maker with integrated ice cube tray ............18 Accessories ...................... 20 Accessories supplied .................... 20 Side-by-side fitting kit ..................20 Optional accessories.....................
  • Page 3 Contents Explanation of the different Settings ..............34 Using the minute minder  (QuickCool timer) ..........34 Switching the ice cube maker on and off............ 35 Activating  or deactivating  the safety lock ..........37 Switching the refrigeration appliance off  ............. 37 Switching Sabbath mode ...
  • Page 4 Contents Problem solving guide .................. 55 Noises........................ 67 Service........................ 68 Contact in case of malfunction ................68 – Displaying licence agreements..............68 Warranty ........................ 68 Installation...................... 69 Installation ......................69 Ventilation ......................70 Fitting supplied wall spacers................70 Limiting the opening angle of the appliance door..........71 Installation ......................
  • Page 5: Warning And Safety Instructions

    Miele cannot be held liable for injury or damage caused by non- compliance with these instructions. Keep these instructions in a safe place and pass them on to any future owner.
  • Page 6 The appliance is not suitable for use in areas where there is a risk of explosion. Miele cannot be held liable for damage resulting from improper or in- correct use of the appliance. ...
  • Page 7: Technical Safety

    – Ventilate the room where the refrigeration appliance is located for several minutes. – Contact the Miele Customer Service Department.  The more coolant there is in a refrigeration appliance, the larger the room it should be installed in. In the event of a leakage, if the ap- pliance is in a small room, there is the danger of combustible gases building up.
  • Page 8 If the electrical connection cable supplied is damaged, it must only be replaced by an original spare part to prevent a hazard for the user. Miele can only guarantee the safety of the appliance when ori- ginal Miele spare parts are used.
  • Page 9 The ice-cube maker must only be connected to a cold water sup- ply.  Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by a faulty mains water connection.  While the appliance is under warranty, repairs should only be un- dertaken by a Miele authorised service technician.
  • Page 10 Warning and Safety instructions Correct use  The appliance is designed for use within a certain climate range (ambient temperatures), and should not be used outside this range. The climate range for your appliance is stated on the data plate in- side the appliance.
  • Page 11  Only use genuine original Miele accessories and spare parts with this appliance. Using accessories or spare parts from other manu- facturers will invalidate the warranty, and Miele cannot accept liabil- ity.
  • Page 12: Cleaning And Care

    Warning and Safety instructions Cleaning and care  Throw away the first 3 batches of ice to rinse the ice cube maker and the water pipes. Do this: – before using for the first time – if the ice cube maker has not been used for a long time –...
  • Page 13: Disposal Of Your Old Appliance

    Warning and Safety instructions Transport  Always transport the appliance in an upright position and in its ori- ginal transport packaging to avoid damage in transit.  Danger of injury and damage to the appliance. The refrigeration appliance is very heavy and must be transported by two people. Disposal of your old appliance ...
  • Page 14: Caring For The Environment

    Miele. By law, you are solely re- sponsible for deleting any personal data from the appliance prior to disposal. Take care not to damage your refrigera- tion appliance’s pipework before or dur-...
  • Page 15: Saving Energy

    Saving energy Normal energy consump- Increased energy con- tion sumption Installation / In a ventilated room. In an enclosed, unventilated Maintenance room. Protected from direct sun- In direct sunlight. light. Not near to a heat source Near to a heat source (radi- (radiator, oven).
  • Page 16 Saving energy Normal energy consump- Increased energy con- tion sumption Drawers and shelves ar- ranged as they were when the appliance was delivered. Only open the door when Frequent opening of doors necessary and for as short a for long periods will cause a time as possible.
  • Page 17: Guide To The Appliance

    Guide to the appliance a Control panel with display b Interior lighting c NoFrost module d Recessed handle with door opening aid (Click2open) e Freezer drawers f Ice cube drawer with automatic ice cube maker g Lowest freezer drawer, can also be used as a freezing tray h Ventilation grille For easier installation there are trans-...
  • Page 18: Ice Cube Maker With Integrated Ice Cube Tray

    Guide to the appliance Ice cube maker with integrated ice cube tray For the automatic ice-cube maker to operate, it must be connected to a mains water supply (see “Mains water connection”). The ice-cube maker can be turned off An ice-cube tray , in which the ice independently of the refrigeration ap- cubes are produced, is integrated in the pliance if you do not want to make any...
  • Page 19 Guide to the appliance Symbols on the display Controls Symbol Meaning  Standby For switching the refrigeration appliance on  Settings mode For selecting settings (see “Selecting further settings”) / Minus/plus For altering a setting (e.g. temperature) For confirming a setting /...
  • Page 20: Accessories

    Accessories Accessories supplied Optional accessories A range of useful Miele accessories and Cool pack care products are available for your ap- pliance. Accessories are available to order via the Miele Webshop, from Miele dir- ectly (see back cover for contact de- tails) or from your Miele dealer.
  • Page 21 (iOS® or Android™ operating systems). To use the Miele@mobile app or Miele@home features, such as the op- tion to switch on SuperCool/Super- Freeze, you must insert the WiFi stick into your Miele refrigeration appliance and connect it to your WiFi network.
  • Page 22: Before Using For The First Time

    Before using for the first time Before using for the first time Connecting the appliance  Connect the appliance to the electri- Packaging material city supply as described in “Electrical  Remove all packaging material from connection”. the inside of the appliance. Protective foil ...
  • Page 23: Switching On And Off

    Standby  Touch  briefly. The welcome message will appear in the dis- Miele - Willkommen play for approx. 3 seconds. If this does not happen and  ap- pears in the display, the safety lock is still activated (see “Selecting further settings”...
  • Page 24: Start Screen

    Switching on and off Start screen Switching off the refrigeration appliance  You can switch the refrigeration appli- ance off in Settings mode (see “Select- °C  ing further settings”).  The start screen is the screen from °C  which all settings can be selected.
  • Page 25: Switching Off For Longer Periods Of Time

    Switching on and off Switching off for longer peri- ods of time If, during a long absence, the refri- geration appliance is switched off but not cleaned and the door(s) left shut, there is a risk of mould forming inside the appliance. It is essential to clean the refrigera- tion appliance.
  • Page 26: The Correct Temperature

    The correct temperature It is very important to set the correct Temperature display temperature for storing food in the ap-  pliance. Bacteria will cause food which is not stored at the correct temperature °C  to deteriorate rapidly. Temperature influ- ences the growth rate of these bacteria.
  • Page 27: Setting The Temperature

    The correct temperature Temperature range Setting the temperature The temperature can be adjusted from  Touch the temperature display. -14 °C to -28 °C. The previously set temperature will ap- Tip: If you have adjusted the temperat- pear. ure, wait for approx. 6 hours if the ap- pliance is not very full and for approx.
  • Page 28: Using Super Freeze

    Using Super freeze The Super freeze  function can also Switching SuperFreeze on and off be switched on.  Touch the temperature display. Super freeze function    For optimum results switch on the Su- °C per freeze function before putting fresh food into the freezer section.
  • Page 29: Temperature And Door Alarm

    Temperature and door alarm The appliance has been fitted with a The audible and visual signals will be warning system which ensures that the activated if: temperature in the freezer cannot rise – You switch on the refrigeration appli- unnoticed and to avoid energy being ance and the temperature in a tem- wasted if the door is left open.
  • Page 30: Door Alarm

    Temperature and door alarm Switching the temperature alarm off Door alarm early and checking the warmest tem- The refrigeration appliance is fitted with perature a warning system to avoid increased If the noise disturbs you, you can energy consumption and prevent stored switch the alarm off if you wish.
  • Page 31 Temperature and door alarm Switching the door alarm off early If the noise disturbs you, you can switch the alarm off if you wish.  Touch   The current temperature is shown in the display. The alarm will stop.
  • Page 32: Selecting Further Settings

     Reset default settings  Access information about your Display (important when re- refrigeration appliance porting a fault to Miele Service)  Clean ventilation grille reminder On (orange symbol)/off  Cleaning (only appears when On (symbol orange) / Off the ice maker is switched on)
  • Page 33 Selecting further settings Selecting further settings    In Settings mode , certain settings can be adjusted and functions selected, allowing you to adjust the refrigeration    appliance to suit your requirements. See the following pages for more in- Settings mode formation on these settings.
  • Page 34: Explanation Of The Different Settings

    Selecting further settings Entering values Explanation of the different Settings All values entered must be confirmed with  . If the value is not confirmed Using the minute minder  (Quick- the display will revert to the start screen Cool timer) after approx.
  • Page 35: Switching The Ice Cube Maker On And Off

    Selecting further settings – When the minute minder duration Switching the ice cube maker on has elapsed and off An audible signal will sound and  will  Danger to health! flash. The first three batches of ice cubes  Touch the display. made after the ice cube maker is started up must not be consumed, The start screen appears.
  • Page 36 Selecting further settings Tip: If the ice cube maker is switched Switching the ice cube maker off for off, the ice cube drawer can be used as a long time. an extra drawer for freezing fresh food  Risk of damage! and storing frozen food.
  • Page 37: Activating  Or Deactivating  The Safety Lock

    Selecting further settings Activating  or deactivating  the – Deactivating the safety lock  safety lock  Touch the display. The safety lock can be activated to pre-  appears. vent:  Touch  for approx. 6 seconds. – the appliance being switched off by mistake, The start screen will appear.
  • Page 38: Switching Sabbath Mode  On/Off

    Selecting further settings Switching Sabbath mode  on/off – Switching Sabbath mode on  Touch . The refrigeration appliance has a Sab- bath mode to support the observance  lights up orange. of religious customs. Then  lights up white in the display. The following are switched off: –...
  • Page 39: Setting The Time Before The Door Alarm  Is Triggered

    Selecting further settings Setting the time before the door Switching the sensor tone  on /  alarm  is triggered off    The refrigeration appliance has a door Every time a selectable field is touched alarm. If a door is open for a longer a sensor tone sounds.
  • Page 40: Setting The Display Brightness

    You can choose between degrees Tip: This data is important when report- Celsius  °C and degrees Fahrenheit  °F ing an appliance fault to Miele Service. for the temperature display. Confirm with to leave the informa- tion screen. Switching Demo mode  off – Displaying licence agreements...
  • Page 41: Clean Ventilation Grille  Reminder

    Tip: The ventilation grille should be cleaned on a regular basis with a brush or vacuum cleaner (e.g. use the dusting brush for Miele vacuum cleaners). A build-up of dust will increase the en- ergy consumption of the appliance. Touch the symbol to confirm the mes- sage.
  • Page 42: Freezing And Storing Food

    Freezing and storing food Maximum freezing capacity Storing frozen food To ensure that fresh food placed in the Never re-freeze partially or fully de- freezer freezes through to the core as frosted food. Defrosted food may quickly as possible, the maximum only be re-frozen after it has been freezing capacity must not be ex- cooked.
  • Page 43: Home Freezing

    Freezing and storing food – Placing hot foods or drinks in the Home freezing freezer causes food that is already Only freeze fresh food which is in a frozen to partially thaw and increases good condition. energy consumption. Allow hot foods and drinks to cool down before pla- Hints on home freezing cing them in the freezer.
  • Page 44: Before Placing Food In The Appliance

    Freezing and storing food Before placing food in the appliance – Freezing small amounts of food  When freezing more than 1 kg of Place the food in the lower freezer fresh food, switch on the Super drawers. freeze function some time before pla- ...
  • Page 45: Storage Time For Frozen Food

    Freezing and storing food Storage time for frozen food Defrosting frozen goods The storage life of food is very variable, Never re-freeze partially or fully de- even at a constant temperature of frosted food. Defrosted food may only -18 °C. Decomposition processes also be re-frozen after it has been cooked.
  • Page 46: Making Ice Cubes

    Freezing and storing food Cooling drinks quickly Making ice cubes When cooling drinks quickly in the Switching the ice cube maker on and freezer, make sure bottles are not left in for more than one hour. Otherwise they could burst. For instructions on how to switch the ice cube make on and off see “Select- Tip: To avoid forgetting about bottles...
  • Page 47: Using Accessories

    Freezing and storing food  Leave the ice cube maker on for an- Using the cool pack other day so that the remaining ice The cool pack prevents the temperature cubes can be produced. in the freezer zone from rising too quickly in the event of a power cut.
  • Page 48: Adjusting The Interior Fittings

    Freezing and storing food  To replace the drawer, push the run- Adjusting the interior fittings ners back in completely and then Removing freezer drawers on tele- place the drawer on them. scopic runners  Push the drawer into the refrigeration Some of the freezer drawers are on tele- appliance until it clicks into position.
  • Page 49: Automatic Defrosting

    Automatic defrosting The appliance is equipped with a “NoFrost” system. The freezer defrosts automatically. The moisture generated in the appli- ance collects on the condenser and is automatically defrosted and dissipated from time to time. This automatic defrosting system en- ables the freezer to remain permanently ice-free.
  • Page 50: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Cleaning agents Do not let water get into the elec- tronic module or the lighting. Cleaning and conditioning agents used inside the appliance must be  Risk of damage due to moisture food safe. ingress. The steam from a steam cleaner can To avoid damaging all the surfaces of damage plastic and and electrical your appliance, do not use:...
  • Page 51: Cleaning The Ice Cube Tray

    Cleaning and care  Insert the ice cube drawer back into Cleaning the ice cube tray the appliance.  Clean the ice cube tray  After cleaning, confirm  with  – before switching off the ice cube maker for a long time. You will hear the ice cube tray return to –...
  • Page 52: Preparing The Appliance For Cleaning

    Cleaning and care Removing the telescopic runners Preparing the appliance for cleaning  Switch the appliance off.  appears in the display and cooling is switched off.  Disconnect it from the mains.  Take any food out of the appliance and store it in a cool place.
  • Page 53: Cleaning The Interior And Accessories

    Cleaning and care Cleaning the interior and ac- Cleaning the front of the appli- cessories ance and the side panels The refrigeration appliance should be If soiling is left on for any length of cleaned regularly, or at least twice a time, it may become impossible to year.
  • Page 54: Cleaning The Ventilation Grille

     Switch on the Super freeze function brush or vacuum cleaner (e.g. use the for a while so that the freezer section dusting brush for Miele vacuum can cool down quickly. cleaners).  Once the temperature in the freezer...
  • Page 55: Problem Solving Guide

    Check whether the mains fuse has tripped. There could be a fault with the appliance, the household electrical wiring or another electrical appliance.  Contact a qualified electrician or Miele. The compressor runs This is not a fault. To save energy, the compressor continuously.
  • Page 56 Problem solving guide Problem Cause and remedy The compressor is The ventilation gaps have been covered or become switching on more fre- too dusty. quently and for longer  Do not block the ventilation gaps. periods of time. The  Dust the ventilation gaps regularly. temperature in the refri- The appliance door has been opened too frequently, geration appliance is...
  • Page 57  Change the door seal. A replacement is available placed. from Miele or from specialist retailers. Frost has accumulated Not a fault. Condensation has settled on the panel on the front panel of the and frozen.
  • Page 58 Problem solving guide Display warnings Message Cause and remedy  lights up on the dis- Demo mode is switched on. play, the appliance does  Switch Demo mode off (see “Selecting further set- not get cold even tings – Switching Demo mode off”). though the controls and the interior lighting are working.
  • Page 59 Problem solving guide Message Cause and remedy   lights up red in the The temperature alarm has been activated (see  display and an alarm “Temperature and door alarm”). The temperature in also sounds. the refrigeration appliance has risen higher or fallen lower than the temperature set.
  • Page 60 Problem solving guide Message Cause and remedy  Indication of an interruption to the power supply:  lights up red in the the temperature in the appliance over the last few display and an alarm days or hours has risen too high because of a power also sounds.
  • Page 61 Problem solving guide Message Cause and remedy  lights up red in the There is a fault. display, a fault code F An appliance fault always has priority over any set- with numbers appears tings which have just been selected. An appliance and an alarm also fault has priority over any current door and/or temper- sounds.
  • Page 62 There is a kink in the stainless steel hose.  Check the stainless steel hose; if it is faulty, it must only be replaced by an original Miele spare part. The water connection pressure is too low.  Check that the water connection pressure is between 150 kPa and 600 kPa (1.5 bar and 6 bar).
  • Page 63 Problem solving guide Message Cause and remedy   lights up red in the There is a fault with the ice cube maker.  display and an alarm  To switch the alarm off touch  in the display.  also sounds. ...
  • Page 64 Problem solving guide Problems with the ice cube maker Problem Cause and remedy The ice cube maker will The appliance is not connected to the power supply not switch on. or is not switched on.  Reconnect to the mains and switch the appliance back on.
  • Page 65 1/1M. The lighting covers must not be removed or damaged, or be removed due to damage. This could cause injury to your eyes. Do not look into the LED lighting (laser beam class 1/1M) with optical instruments (e.g. a magnifying glass or similar).  Call Miele Service.
  • Page 66 Problem solving guide Other problems Problem Cause and remedy Food has frozen to- The food packaging was not dry when placed in the gether. freezer.  Use a blunt instrument, e.g. a spoon handle or plastic scraper, to prise it apart carefully. There is no audible Not a fault! The alarm has been switched off in Set- alarm even though the...
  • Page 67: Noises

    Noises Normal What causes them noises Brrrrr ... A humming noise is made by the motor (compressor). This noise can get louder for brief periods when the motor switches on. Blubb, A gurgling noise can be heard when coolant is circulating blubb ...
  • Page 68: Service

    Please quote the model and serial num- ber of your appliance when contacting Miele. This information can be found on the data plate. The data plate can be found inside the appliance.
  • Page 69: Installation

    Installation Climate range Installation The appliance is designed for use within  Fire risk and danger of damage a certain climate range (ambient tem- from appliances which give off heat. perature) and should not be used out- Appliances which give off heat can side this range.
  • Page 70: Ventilation

    Installation Ventilation Fitting supplied wall spacers  The wall spacers supplied must be Risk of fire and damage due to used in order to achieve declared en- insufficient ventilation. ergy consumption values and to pre- If the refrigeration appliance is not vent the build-up of condensation at ventilated sufficiently, the com- high ambient temperatures.
  • Page 71: Limiting The Opening Angle Of The Appliance Door

    Installation Limiting the opening angle of the ap- pliance door The door hinges are set ex works to en- able the door to be opened up to 115°. If the appliance door hits an adjacent wall when opened, for example, the opening angle can be limited to approx.
  • Page 72 Installation – Fitting the soft-close mechanism  Insert the soft-close mechanism  on the door hinge side (at an angle initially) so that it clicks into position.  Then press the other end of the soft- close mechanism into the opening.  Undo and remove the screw  on ...
  • Page 73: Installation

    Installation Installation  Two people are required for in- stalling the appliance.  The appliance must be empty when it is installed.  Move the appliance carefully on  Fit the cover  on the door hinge. floors that are sensitive to scratching to prevent damage.
  • Page 74: Installing The Appliance In A Run Of Kitchen Units

    Installation Aligning the appliance Installing the appliance in a run of kitchen units  Risk of fire and damage due to insufficient ventilation. If the refrigeration appliance is not ventilated sufficiently, the com- pressor will run more frequently and for longer periods. This will result in increased energy consumption and a higher operating temperature for the ...
  • Page 75 Installation * The appliance depth is increased by approx. 15 mm for appliances with wall spacers fitted. The appliance can be built into any run of kitchen units and installed directly next to a kitchen furniture housing unit. The appliance front must protrude in front of furniture fronts by at least 65 mm.
  • Page 76: Appliance Dimensions

    Installation Appliance dimensions * Dimensions without wall spacers. Appliance depth is increased by 15 mm with the wall spacers supplied fitted. [mm] [mm] FNS 28463 E ed/cs 1850 1815...
  • Page 77: Installing In A Side-By-Side Combination

    Installation All fixings required for side-by-side Installing in a side-by-side installation are supplied with the ap- combination pliance: To avoid a build-up of condensation and resultant damage, refrigeration appliances should not generally be in- stalled directly next to other such ap- pliances (side-by-side).
  • Page 78 Installation The following tools are supplied with Installation the appliance: The backs of the appliances must be kept accessible to complete the in- stallation.  The freezer or refrigerator with freezer The following additional tools are section must be installed to the left of also required: the other refrigeration appliance (when viewed from the front).
  • Page 79 Installation Notes on moving side-by-side appli- Installation instructions from the ances: front of the appliances  Push the combination alternately from the left and right corners. Whilst do- ing so grasp the outside front corners. Do not, under any circum- stances, use your knees to push ...
  • Page 80 Installation The upper connecting bracket  is fit- ted to align both appliances in height and depth with each other. If one ap- pliance stands higher than the other, start with the higher one first.  Place the appliances next to each other so that the fronts are aligned, leaving a gap of slightly over 40 mm between them.
  • Page 81 Installation Installation steps from the back of the appliances  Place connecting bracket  with the horizontal long slots on the left-hand side and secure them as follows:  Place connecting bracket  with the horizontal long slot on the left-hand 1. Secure it loosely in position with two side and secure it as follows: screws .
  • Page 82 Installation The holes for securing the connect- ing bracket  to have to be pre- drilled.  Place connecting bracket  with the horizontal long slot on the left-hand side and secure it as follows: 1. Secure it loosely with screw . 2. Adjust the connecting bracket  until its centre piece abuts against the side of the second appliance.
  • Page 83 Installation Further installation instructions from the front of the appliances  Place trim  at the front of the appli- ance underneath the top connecting bracket and carefully work the trim  into the groove. Use a soft cloth to do  Adjust the front feet with the span- this to avoid denting the trim.
  • Page 84 Installation  Connect the side-by-side combina- tion to the mains as described in the operating and installation manual.  On appliances with an ice-maker connect the appliance to the mains water supply as described in the op- erating and installation manual. ...
  • Page 85 Installation  Caution! Risk of damage when moving the appliance combination! The assembled side-by-side combin- ation is very heavy. Incorrect moving can cause dents Follow the instructions on how to move it.  The side-by-side combination must be pushed very carefully into posi- ...
  • Page 86: Changing The Door Hinging

    Installation Aligning the appliance doors Changing the door hinging The appliance door(s) can be height-ad- The refrigeration appliance is supplied justed at the lower hinge plates. with left-hand hinging. If right-hand hinging is required, the hinges can be changed. Do not change the hinging if this refri- geration appliance is going to be in- stalled side-by-side with another refri- geration appliance.
  • Page 87 Installation Preparing to change the door hinging Removing the top covers  Open the appliance door. To change the door hinging, you will need the following tools:  Place a suitable cover on the floor in front of the appliance to protect the ...
  • Page 88 Installation Removing the soft-close mechanism  Use a flat-head screwdriver to push the tab down and pull the cover   Click the red safety device  (sup- out of the coupling. plied with the refrigeration appliance) into place in the opening. The safety device prevents the soft- close mechanism and the hinge plate from snapping shut.
  • Page 89 Installation Removing the appliance door Changing the lower hinge plate over  Danger of injury when removing the appliance door. The appliance door is not secure as soon as the pin has been removed from the door hinge. The appliance door must be held by a second person.
  • Page 90 Installation Changing the upper door hinge over  Secure the hinge plate  on the op-  Unscrew the screws  on the door posite side, starting with the screw  hinge  and remove it. in the middle at the bottom.  Then screw in the other two screws .
  • Page 91 Installation Prepare the upper door Tip: Spread a suitable cover over a stable surface to protect the appliance door from damage. Place the door on it with the outside facing down. Change the door opening aid over  Slide the cover  off to the side. ...
  • Page 92 Installation  Refit door opening aid  on the op-  Fully unscrew the screw with the grey posite side. plastic collar  and the screw without the collar .  Push door opening slider  through  Pull the door opening sliders  firmly the slots until it clicks into position.
  • Page 93 Installation Changing the soft-close mechanism over If you want to limit the door opening angle to approx. 90° you need to fit the door opening angle limiter sup- plied before refitting the soft-close mechanism (see “Installation – Fitting the appliance door opening angle lim- iter”).
  • Page 94 Installation Refitting the appliance door  Insert the soft-close mechanism  on the door hinge side (at an angle initially) so that it clicks into position.  Then press the other end of the soft- close mechanism into the opening.  Secure the soft-close mechanism with the screw .
  • Page 95 Installation Securing the soft-close mechanism  Open the appliance door 90°.  Use your fingers to insert the pin   Push on the cover  until it clicks into the door bearing bush. into position.  Screw in the pin  (by approx. ¼ turn) until it clicks into position.
  • Page 96: Aligning The Appliance Doors

    Installation Fitting the upper covers Aligning the appliance doors The appliance door can be aligned with the appliance housing after it has been fitted. In the following illustration, the appli- ance door is not shown in the closed position to make it easier to see what you have to do.
  • Page 97: Mains Water Connection

    Installation Mains water connection Connection to the water supply must comply with the applicable regula- Information about the mains water tions in the country where the appli- connection ance is being installed. All appliances and systems used to supply water to ...
  • Page 98: Water Supply

     Risk of damage to the stainless The stainless steel hose must only steel hose. be replaced by an original Miele The water supply from the tap to the spare part. The food-grade, stainless ice cube maker has been interrupted.
  • Page 99 Installation – Connecting the stainless steel hose – Connecting the stainless steel hose to the refrigeration appliance to the tap  Unscrew the safety cap from the nut  on the straight end of the hose .  Connect this nut  using the tool  supplied to the tap .
  • Page 100: Electrical Connection

    The mains plug and mains connection A longer connection cable is available cable must not come into contact with to order from Miele . the back of the refrigeration appliance as vibrations can cause damage to The fuse rating must be at least 10 A.
  • Page 101 Installation Do not connect the refrigeration appli- Connecting the appliance ance to a stand-alone inverter such as those used with an autonomous energy source, e.g. solar power. When the refrigeration appliance is switched on, power surges could result in a safety switch-off. This could dam- age the electronic module.
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