Download  Print this page

Advertisement

Operating and installation instructions
SmartLine gas 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. 10 759 110

Advertisement

Table of Contents

   Also See for Miele SmartLine CS 7611

   Summary of Contents for Miele SmartLine CS 7611

  • Page 1 Operating and installation instructions SmartLine gas 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. 10 759 110...
  • Page 2 For trouble-free operation of the appliance, it is best to use it in the countries spe- cified for use. For use in other countries, please contact Miele in your country.
  • Page 3 Gas-heated appliances Safety precautions to take if you smell gas  Turn off the gas emergency control valve immediately. This is usually located near the gas meter.  Eliminate all sources of ignition in a safe manner. Do not smoke, light cigarette lighters or matches. ...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Warning and Safety instructions................ 6 Caring for the environment ................ 17 Guide to the appliance .................. 18 Hob........................18 Control knobs......................19 Burner........................20 Before using for the first time ................ 21 Cleaning the SmartLine element for the first time..........21 Switching on the SmartLine element for the first time ..........
  • Page 5 Contents Installation notes – surface-mounted ..............40 Worktop cutout – surface-mounted ..............42 Spacer bars – surface-mounted................45 Installation dimensions – Surface-mounted ............46 Installation – surface-mounted................47 Flush-fit ......................... 49 Installation notes – flush-fit ................... 49 Worktop cutout – flush-fit..................51 Spacer bars –...
  • Page 6: 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...
  • Page 7 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 8 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 9  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 10 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 remote control system.
  • Page 11 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 12 Warning and Safety instructions Correct use  The hob gets hot when in use and remains hot for some time after being switched off. Do not touch the hob if there is a possibility that it could still be hot. ...
  • Page 13 Warning and Safety instructions  If the appliance is switched on by mistake, or if there is residual heat present, there is the risk of any metal items placed on the hob heating up. Other materials can melt or catch fire. Do not use the ap- pliance as a resting place for anything.
  • Page 14 If the pan diameter is too large, flames can spread out to the sides and damage or burn the worktop, wall claddings or sur- rounding units and also parts of the hob. Miele cannot be held liable for this type of damage.
  • Page 15 Warning and Safety instructions  If you are operating a gas cooking element directly next to the downdraft extractor, the FlameGuard must be placed between the downdraft extractor and the element.
  • Page 16 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.
  • Page 17: 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 18: Guide To The Appliance

    Guide to the appliance a Burner b Burner c Pot rests d Symbols for allocation of operating controls e Control for rear burner f Control for front burner...
  • Page 19: Control Knobs

    Guide to the appliance Control knobs Symbol Description  Burner off, the gas supply is turned off  Largest flame  Smallest flame...
  • Page 20: Burner

    Guide to the appliance Burner a Burner cap b Burner head c Burner base d Thermocouple e Ignition electrode...
  • Page 21: 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 22: Pans

    Pans – Cookware with a thick base is prefer- Ø Pan [cm] able as the heat is distributed evenly. Burner Minimum base With thinner based cookware, there is diameter the risk that food will overheat in places. Therefore it should be stirred Normal burner more frequently.
  • Page 23: Tips On Saving Energy

    Tips on saving energy – Use a pan lid whenever possible to minimize heat loss. – Wide, shallow pans are preferable to tall, narrow ones. They will heat up faster. – Cook with as little water as possible. – Reduce the size of the flame once the water has come to the boil or the oil is hot enough to fry in.
  • Page 24: Operation

    Operation Switching on during a power outage Switching on If there is an interruption to the electri- If you are operating a gas cooking city supply, the gas can be ignited element next to a downdraft ex- manually, e.g. with a match. tractor, this will affect the gas cook- ing element's function.
  • Page 25: Adjusting The Flame

    Operation Adjusting the flame Switching off  Turn the rotary control clockwise to The burners can be regulated at any the  position. level between the strongest and weak- est flame. The gas supply is cut off and the flame goes out.
  • Page 26: Safety Features

    Safety features Thermo-electric flame failure monitor Your hob is equipped with a thermo- electric flame failure monitor. If a gas flame is extinguished, e.g. by food boil- ing over or by a draught, the gas supply is switched off. This prevents the re- lease of gas.
  • Page 27: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care  Clean the SmartLine element and ac-  Danger of burning due to hot cessories after each use. surfaces.  Dry the SmartLine element thoroughly The hob surface, pan supports and after every cleaning to avoid limes- burners will be hot after use.
  • Page 28: Ceramic Surface

     Then clean the ceramic glass surface still hot, using a scraper blade suit- with the Miele ceramic and stainless able for use on glass. steel hob cleaner (see “optional ac- cessories”) or with a proprietary ...
  • Page 29: Rotary Controls

    Cleaning and care Rotary controls Pan supports  Clean the rotary control(s) using a  Remove the pan supports. solution of warm water and a little  Clean the pan supports in the dish- washing-up liquid applied with a soft washer or with a solution of warm sponge.
  • Page 30: Burner

    Cleaning and care Burner The surface of the burner cap will be- come duller with time. This is com- Do not clean any parts of the burners pletely normal and does not indicate in a dishwasher. material deterioration. The surface of the burner cap will be- come duller with time.
  • Page 31: Problem Solving Guide

    Problem solving guide Many malfunctions and faults that can occur in daily operation can be easily remedied. Time and money will be saved because a service call will not be needed. The following guide may help you to find the reason for a malfunction or a fault, and to correct it.
  • Page 32 The mains fuse has tripped. device on the burner is  If necessary, contact a qualified electrician or not working. Miele Service for assistance. There is food residue stuck between the ignitor and the burner cap. The thermocouple is dirty.
  • Page 33: 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 34: Burner Ratings

    Burner ratings Nominal ratings Burner Gas type Highest setting Lowest setting Medium burner Natural gas H – Liquid gas 0.25 Large burner Natural gas H – Liquid gas Total Natural gas H – – Liquid gas –...
  • Page 35: 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 36: Installation

    Installation Safety instructions for installation  Damage from falling objects. Take care not to damage the SmartLine element when fitting wall units or a cooker hood above it. Fit the wall units and the cooker hood before the SmartLine element. ...
  • Page 37: Safety Distances

    Installation 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 38 Installation 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 or room wall.
  • Page 39 Installation 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. If the niche cladding is made from a combustible material (e.g.
  • Page 40: Surface-mounted

    Installation Tiled worktop Surface-mounted Installation notes – surface-mounted 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- pliance will not provide a good seal...
  • Page 41 Installation 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 42: Worktop Cutout - Surface-mounted

    Installation Worktop cutout – surface-mounted Information for calculating the cutout 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 cutout 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 43 Installation Installation with a downdraft extractor Combination examples Number x width [mm] Dimen- sion B Cooking ele- Downdraft ex- [mm] ments tractor 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...
  • Page 44 Installation Installation without a downdraft extractor Combination examples 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...
  • Page 45: Spacer Bars - Surface-mounted

    Installation Spacer bars – surface-mounted 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 a CSDA 700x FL. Installing 3 elements and 2 spacer bars...
  • Page 46: Installation Dimensions - surface-mounted

    Installation Installation dimensions – Surface-mounted All dimensions are given in mm. a Front b Mains connection box with mains connection cable, L = 2000 mm c Gas connection R ½ ISO 7-1 (DIN EN 10226)
  • Page 47: Installation - Surface-mounted

    Installation Wooden worktops Installation – surface-mounted Preparing the worktop  Create the worktop cutout. Remem- ber to maintain the minimum safety distances (see “Installation – Safety distances”).  Seal any cut surfaces on wooden worktops with a special varnish, sil- icone sealant or resin to prevent the wood from swelling as a result of moisture ingress.
  • Page 48 Installation Installing the SmartLine element Checking operation  Stick the supplied sealing strip under  After installation, ignite all burners to the edge of the SmartLine element. check that they are operating cor- Do not apply the sealing strip under rectly: tension.
  • Page 49: Flush-fit

    Installation Natural stone worktops Flush-fit The SmartLine element is set directly in Installation notes – the cutout. flush-fit Solid wood worktops, tiled worktops, glass worktops Flush-fit installation is only possible in natural stone (granite, marble), solid The SmartLine element is set on a wood and tiled worktops.
  • Page 50 Installation 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 51: Worktop Cutout - Flush-fit

    Installation Worktop cutout – flush-fit Natural stone worktop Wooden worktop + 0.5  mm with CS 7611 FL Information for calculating the cutout 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 cutout dimension A 1 element = Width of the element plus 2 mm on the right, plus 2 mm on the left.
  • Page 52 Installation Installation with a downdraft extractor Combination examples Number x width [mm] Dimen- Dimen- sion A sion B Cooking ele- Downdraft [mm] [mm] ments 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 2 x 120 1766 1742...
  • Page 53 Installation Installation without a downdraft extractor Combination ex- Number x width Dimension A Dimension B amples [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...
  • Page 54: Spacer Bars - Flush-fit

    Installation Spacer bars – flush-fit 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 a CSDA 700x FL. Installing 3 elements and 2 spacer bars...
  • Page 55: Installation Dimensions - flush

    Installation Installation dimensions – Flush All dimensions are given in mm. a Front b Mains connection box with mains connection cable, L = 2000 mm c Stepped cutout (for detailed illustrations, see “Installation – Worktop cutout – flush-fit”) d 12 mm wooden frame (not supplied, for detailed illustrations, see “Installation – Worktop cutout –...
  • Page 56: Installation - Flush-fit

    Installation Wooden worktops Installation – flush-fit Preparing the worktop  Create the worktop cutout. Remem- ber to maintain the minimum safety distances (see “Installation – Safety distances”).  Seal any cut surfaces on wooden worktops with a special varnish, sil- icone sealant or resin to prevent the wood from swelling as a result of moisture ingress.
  • Page 57 Installation Installing the SmartLine element Checking operation  Stick the supplied sealing strip under  After installation, ignite all burners to the edge of the SmartLine element. check that they are operating cor- Do not apply the sealing strip under rectly: tension.
  • Page 58: Gas Connection

    Installation Gas connection The gas connection must be in- stalled so that connection can be For any gas work in the UK always made either from inside or outside use a Gas Safe registered engineer. the kitchen furniture unit. The isolat- ing valve must be easily accessible and visible (by opening the cabinet door if necessary).
  • Page 59 Gas can leak from damaged flexible have not been supplied with the appli- gas pipes. ance, you will need to contact Miele. Attach flexible gas pipes in such a Conversion to another type of gas is way so that they do not come into described in the section “Converting to...
  • Page 60 Installation Using a 90° angle a Connection R ¹/₂" with test point - ISO 7-1 (DIN EN 10226) b 90° elbow The installation height in the area of the gas connection is increased by approx. 60 mm.
  • Page 61: Electrical Connection

    30 mA. gerous. Miele cannot be held liable for unauthorised work. Miele cannot be held liable for dam- age or injury caused by the lack of or inadequacy of an on-site earthing system (e.g. electric shock).
  • Page 62 A suitable connec- lowing depending on installation: 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 63: Converting To Another Gas Type

    Converting to another gas type Changing the main jets  Risk of explosion due to an in- correct conversion. If the conversion to another type of gas is carried out incorrectly, it may result in gas leakage. Conversion from one type of gas to another must only be undertaken by an approved and registered gas in- staller in strict accordance with cur-...
  • Page 64: Changing The Small Jets

    Converting to another gas type Changing the small jets Functional check  Remove the burner components.  Check all gas fittings for leaks.  Loosen the fixing screws on the burn-  Reassemble the hob. ers.  Ignite all burners to check that they ...
  • Page 65: Product Data Sheets

    The following data sheets apply to the models described in this operating instruc- tion manual. Information for domestic gas-fired hobs In acc. with regulation (EU) No. 66/2014 MIELE Model name/identifier CS 7102 Number of gas burners Energy efficiency per gas burner (EE 1.
  • Page 67 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 68 CS 7102 en-GB M.-Nr. 10 759 110 / 05...

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: