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Connection To The Water Supply - Miele WSD 323 Selection Operating Instructions Manual

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Installation

Connection to the water supply

Health risk and risk of damage
due to contaminated incoming water.
The quality of the incoming water
must correspond to the drinking wa-
ter specification of the country in
which the washing machine is being
operated.
Always connect the washing ma-
chine to the mains water supply.
The washing machine should be con-
nected to the mains water supply in ac-
cordance with current local and national
safety regulations. The German author-
ities do not require it to have a non-re-
turn valve as the washing machine has
been designed to comply with DIN reg-
ulations.
The water connection pressure needs
to be between 100 kPa and 1000 kPa. If
the water connection pressure exceeds
1000 kPa, a pressure reducing valve
must be installed.
A stopcock with a ¾ inch threaded
union is required for the connection. If
this is not available, only a qualified in-
staller may connect the washing ma-
chine to the mains water supply.
The connection point is subject to
mains water pressure.
Turn on the stopcock slowly and
check for leaks. Correct the position
of the washer and the threaded
union if necessary.
The washing machine is not suitable
for connection to a hot water supply.
The washing machine must not be
connected to a hot water supply.
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Maintenance
Only use a genuine Miele hose that has
been pressure tested to withstand at
least 7,000 kPa should you ever need a
replacement.
Damage caused by dirty water.
A filter is located in the open end of
the inlet hose and another in the in-
take point to protect the inlet valve in
the washing machine.
These filters must not be removed.
Hose extension
Longer hoses 2.5 or 4.0 m in length are
available from your Miele Dealer or
Miele as optional extras.

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