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Operating and Installation Instructions
Wine Conditioning Unit
To prevent accidents and machine damage, read these instructions
before installation or use.
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M.-Nr. 11 347 500

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  • Page 1 Operating and Installation Instructions Wine Conditioning Unit To prevent accidents and machine damage, read these instructions before installation or use. en-US M.-Nr. 11 347 500...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .............. 5 Caring for the environment ................ 12 Saving energy ......................  13 Guide to the appliance .................. 14 Control panel ......................14 Explanation of symbols ..................15 Accessories ...................... 17 Accessories supplied .................... 17 Optional accessories..................... 17 Stainless steel door panel ................
  • Page 3 Contents Storing wine bottles ....................  38 Wooden shelves ....................39 Moving the wooden shelves................39 Adjusting the wooden shelves ................. 40 Labeling the wooden racks ................41 Setting up the 3D bottle presenter ..............41 Maximum capacity ....................42 SommelierSet ......................  45 Setting up the SommelierSet ................
  • Page 4 Contents Custom door panel....................64 Horizontal and vertical gaps................64 Weight of the custom door panel ..............65 Installation dimensions..................66 Custom door panel dimensions ............... 67 Reversing the door hinge ..................67 Before installing the wine conditioning unit............71 Installing the wine conditioning unit ..............
  • Page 5: Important 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 wine conditioning unit 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. Children ...
  • Page 7 – Disconnect the wine conditioning unit from the electricity supply. – Ventilate the room where the wine conditioning unit is located for several minutes. – Contact Miele Technical Service.  The more coolant there is in a wine conditioning unit, the larger the room it should be installed in.
  • Page 8 Reliable and safe operation of the wine conditioning unit can only be guaranteed if it is connected to the power supply.  If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a Miele au- thorized technician in order to protect the user from harm. ...
  • Page 9 Repairs and other work performed by unauthorized persons could be dangerous and may void the warranty.  Defective components should only be replaced by Miele original parts. Only with these parts can the manufacturer guarantee the safety of the appliance.
  • Page 10 Risk of explosion. Do not operate any electrical appliances inside the wine conditioning unit. Risk of sparking and explosion.  Use only genuine original Miele parts. If parts or accessories from other manufacturers are used, the warranty may become invalid. Cleaning and care ...
  • Page 11 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Transport  Always transport the wine conditioning unit in an upright position and in its original transport packaging to avoid damage in transit.  Risk of injury and damage. The wine conditioning unit is very heavy and must be transported by two people. Disposing of your old appliance ...
  • Page 12: Caring For The Environment

    Consult with local authorities, dealers or Miele in order to dispose of and recycle electrical and electronic appliances. Miele assumes no responsibility for deleting any personal data left on the...
  • Page 13: Saving Energy

    Saving energy Normal Increased energy consumption energy consumption Installation/Main- In a well-ventilated room. In an enclosed, poorly venti- tenance lated room. Protected from direct sun- In direct sunlight. light. Away from heat sources (ra- Near a heat source (radiator, diator, range/oven). oven).
  • Page 14: Guide To The Appliance

    Guide to the appliance Control panel a On/Off of the entire appliance b Optical interface (for Miele Technical Service only) c For selecting the upper or lower wine conditioning zone d For switching the DynaCool function (constant humidity) on and off...
  • Page 15: Explanation Of Symbols

    °F  Acoustic signals Choice of sensor tone and door alarm tone  Miele@home (if avail- Only visible when the Miele@home commu- able) nication module or communication stick is used (see “Miele@home”)  Demo mode For turning off Demo mode...
  • Page 16 Guide to the appliance e Control panel for the upper and lower wine conditioning zones/ isolation plate for thermal separation of the zones f Active AirClean filter g Isolation strips for thermal separation of the conditioning zones h Safety glass door with UV filter i 3D bottle presenter * The SommelierSet consists of:...
  • Page 17: Accessories

    Accessories Accessories supplied Optional accessories A range of useful Miele accessories and Chalk care products are available for your Use the chalk supplied to write on the wine conditioning unit. magnetic strips on the wooden shelves for easy identification of the wines in Active AirClean filter storage.
  • Page 18: Switching The Wine Conditioning Unit On And Off

    Switching the wine conditioning unit on and off Before first use Operating the wine condition- ing unit Packaging material A light touch of the finger on the sen-  Remove all packaging material from sors is all that is required to operate this the inside of the appliance.
  • Page 19: Switching The Wine Conditioning Unit Off

    Switching the wine conditioning unit on and off The interior lighting will come on when Switching the wine conditioning unit the appliance door is opened. Selecting settings A different setting can be set for each wine conditioning zone.  Touch the On/Off sensor. ...
  • Page 20: Switching Off For Longer Periods Of Time

    Switching the wine conditioning unit on and off Switching off for longer peri- ods of time If the wine conditioning unit is not going to be used for a longer period of time:  Switch the wine conditioning unit off. ...
  • Page 21: Selecting Additional Settings

    Selecting additional settings Certain settings on the wine condition- ing unit can only be selected in settings mode. The door alarm is automatically dis-  By touching the  or  sensor, you abled when the appliance is in set- can now select whether the safety tings mode.
  • Page 22: Temperature Unit (Celsius Or Fahrenheit)

    Selecting additional settings Temperature unit (Celsius or Fahrenheit) The temperature can be displayed in ei- ther Fahrenheit °F or Celsius °C. De-  You can now select °C by touching grees Fahrenheit °F is the factory set- the  or  sensors. ting.
  • Page 23 Selecting additional settings Setting the temperature display to Fahrenheit  Touch the settings sensor to exit set- tings mode. If you do not do this, the appliance  Touch the settings sensor. electronics will exit settings mode au- All symbols available for selection will tomatically after approximately appear on the display and the ...
  • Page 24: Acoustic Signals

    Selecting additional settings Acoustic signals  The wine conditioning unit has audible tones such as the sensor tone and the door and temperature alarms.  Now touch the  or  sensors to se- lect: You can turn the sensor tone or the 0: keypad tone off;...
  • Page 25: Display Brightness

    Selecting additional settings Display brightness  You can adjust the brightness of the display to suit the ambient light condi- tions in the room.  By touching the  or  sensor, you can now alter the brightness of the The display brightness can be adjusted display: incrementally from 1 to 3.
  • Page 26: Sabbath Mode

    Selecting additional settings Sabbath mode  Turning on Sabbath mode The Sabbath mode supports the obser- vance of religious customs. The following are turned off:  Touch the Settings sensor. – the interior lighting when the door is opened, All symbols available for selection will appear in the display and the ...
  • Page 27 Selecting additional settings As soon as the  symbol goes out in the display after 3 seconds, Sabbath mode is switched on.  Turn off Sabbath mode after the Sab- bath has passed. Turning off Sabbath mode  Touch the Settings sensor to leave Sabbath mode.
  • Page 28: Optimum Temperature And Air Quality

    Optimum temperature and air quality Wine continues to mature depending on Fluctuations in temperature put wine the surrounding conditions. The length under stress and interrupt the maturing of time for which wine can be kept in process. It is therefore very important to good condition will therefore depend maintain a constant temperature.
  • Page 29: Setting The Temperature

    Optimum temperature and air quality Safety device in case of low ambient Setting the temperature temperatures The temperatures in the wine condition- The appliance is equipped with a safety ing zones can be set independently of thermostat to protect your wine against one another.
  • Page 30: Temperature Range

    Optimum temperature and air quality When you touch the sensors, you will Temperature range see the following changes in the dis- In both zones, it is possible to set the play: temperature between 41°F and 68°F (5 °C and 20 °C). – With the first touch: The last temperature set flashes.
  • Page 31: Air Quality And Humidity

    Optimum temperature and air quality Using Air quality and humidity DynaCool  (constant humidity) In most refrigerators, the humidity is too low for wine and therefore a refrigerator DynaCool raises the relative humidity is not suitable for wine storage. High inside the whole of the wine condition- humidity levels are necessary when ing unit.
  • Page 32: Air Filtration With The Active Airclean Filter

    Optimum temperature and air quality Switching off DynaCool Air filtration with the Active AirClean filter The wine conditioning unit uses The Active AirClean filter achieves opti- slightly more energy and is a little mum air quality by filtering the incoming noisier when the DynaCool function is air.
  • Page 33: Temperature And Door Alarm

    Temperature and door alarm The appliance is equipped with an Switching the temperature alarm off alarm system so that the temperature early cannot rise or fall unnoticed, which If the acoustic alarm disturbs you, it can could possibly damage the wine. be switched off.
  • Page 34 Temperature and door alarm Door alarm An alarm will sound if the appliance door has been left open for longer than approx. 2 minutes. The sensors for the two wine conditioning zones will flash in the control panel. The alarm symbol  lights up on the display.
  • Page 35: Feature Lighting

    Feature lighting The interior lighting can be set to re- Setting the brightness of the feature main on when the door is closed so lighting your wines can be on display at all The brightness of the feature lighting times. can be adjusted.
  • Page 36: Lighting Duration Of The Feature Lighting

    Feature lighting Lighting duration of the feature light- The lighting duration for the feature lighting is set to 30 minutes at the fac-  Touch the OK sensor to confirm your tory. choice. The lighting duration can be set to 30, 60, 90 minutes, up to 00 (unlimited).
  • Page 37 Feature lighting By touching the sensors – the lighting duration is reduced by 30 minutes – the lighting duration is increased by 30 minutes.  Touch the OK sensor to confirm your choice. The selected lighting duration is saved. The temperature reappears in the dis- play.
  • Page 38: Storing Wine Bottles

    Storing wine bottles Vibration and movement have a nega-  Risk of injury from falling wine tive effect on the maturing process bottles. which can in turn affect the taste of the Wine bottles may become wedged in wine. the wooden shelves above and fall To avoid disturbing other bottles when out of the wine conditioning unit removing a bottle of wine, store bottles...
  • Page 39: Wooden Shelves

    Storing wine bottles Moving the wooden shelves Wooden shelves The wooden shelves can be removed and replaced again if required. The wooden shelves are mounted on telescopic runners which can be pulled out to make it easier to store and re- move bottles.
  • Page 40: Adjusting The Wooden Shelves

    Storing wine bottles Adjusting the wooden shelves The slats in the wooden shelves can be individually adjusted to suit, so that ev- ery bottle is stored in perfect safety re- gardless of shape or size.  To replace the wooden shelf, position it on the extended runners.
  • Page 41: Labeling The Wooden Racks

    Storing wine bottles Labeling the wooden racks Setting up the 3D bottle presenter For quick and easy identification of the Set up the 3D bottle presenter in the wines stored, you can write on the bottom of the wine conditioning unit: blackboard-painted surface on the magnetic strips on the wooden shelves.
  • Page 42: Maximum Capacity

    Storing wine bottles Maximum capacity  Risk of damage. Do not exceed the maximum load- bearing capacity of 55 lb (25 kg) for each wooden shelf. Do not stack bottles on the wooden  If you do not wish to use the 3D bot- shelves in more than two layers.
  • Page 43 Storing wine bottles Without SommelierSet – With 3D bottle presenter set up – Without 3D bottle presenter With the 3D bottle presenter removed, up to 80 Bordeaux-type bottles (0.75 l) can be stored in the wine condi- tioning unit, with 33 bottles in the upper zone and 47 bottles in the lower zone.
  • Page 44 Storing wine bottles With SommelierSet – With 3D bottle presenter set up – Without 3D bottle presenter With the 3D bottle presenter set up, up Up to 62 Bordeaux-type bottles to 52 Bordeaux-type bottles (0.75 l) (0.75 l) can be stored in the wine condi- can be stored in the wine conditioning tioning unit, with 15 bottles in the upper unit, with 15 bottles in the upper zone...
  • Page 45: Sommelierset

    SommelierSet Fitting the runner covers Setting up the SommelierSet  Remove both wooden shelves above the SommelierSet by pulling them out as far as they will go and lifting them off the rails. To do this, hold them by the frame. The SommelierSet can be used to have your wine ready for drinking.
  • Page 46: Inserting The Glass Holder

    SommelierSet Inserting the glass holder Inserting the bottle holder This can be used for storing and chilling You can store opened wine bottles in wine glasses. the bottle holder .  Remove the necessary number of slats on the wooden shelf and place bottle holder  on it.
  • Page 47: Automatic Defrosting

    Automatic defrosting The wine conditioning unit defrosts au- tomatically.
  • Page 48: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Cleaning agents  WARNING! DANGER of electric shock! To avoid damaging the surfaces of your Unplug the appliance or trip the cir- appliance, do not use: cuit breaker. – cleaning agents containing soda, am- monia, acids, or chloride ...
  • Page 49: Before Cleaning The Wine Conditioning Unit

    Cleaning and care Before cleaning the wine con- Interior, accessories, and ap- ditioning unit pliance door  Switch off the appliance. Clean the wine conditioning unit reg- ularly, or at least once a month.  Unplug the appliance or trip the cir- Clean up any spills, stains, or food cuit breaker.
  • Page 50: Cleaning The Ventilation Grilles

     The air vents should be cleaned on a and switch the wine conditioning unit regular basis with a brush or vacuum back on. cleaner (you could use a Miele vac- uum cleaner dusting brush, for exam-  Place the wine bottles back in the ple).
  • Page 51: Active Airclean Filter

    Active AirClean filters can be obtained from Miele Technical Service, your lo- cal dealer, or via the Miele website. To confirm the filters have been  Press the top right-hand cover in until changed, you hear it click and then release it.
  • Page 52 Active AirClean filter  Touch the sensors for setting the  Touch the settings sensor to leave the temperature ( or ) repeatedly until settings mode. the  symbol flashes in the display. Otherwise the appliance will exit the settings mode automatically after ap- proximately one minute.
  • Page 53: Frequently Asked Questions

    Check whether the fuse has tripped. If it has there could be a fault with the appliance, the household electrical wiring or another electrical appliance.  Contact a qualified electrician or Miele Technical Service for assistance. The  symbol is dis- Demo mode is turned on and the  symbol is illumi-...
  • Page 54 Frequently Asked Questions Problem Possible cause and solution The compressor is The temperature in the wine conditioning unit is set switching on more fre- too low. quently and for longer  Correct the temperature setting. periods of time, the The appliance door is not properly closed. temperature in the wine ...
  • Page 55 Frequently Asked Questions Messages in the display Message Possible cause and solution The alarm symbol  is The door alarm has been activated. lit up in the display and  Close the wine unit door. Both wine conditioning both wine conditioning zone sensors and the alarm symbol ...
  • Page 56 Frequently Asked Questions The interior lighting is not working. Problem Possible cause and solution The LED interior lighting The wine conditioning unit is not switched on. is not working.  Switch the wine conditioning unit on. To avoid overheating, the LED lighting switches itself off automatically after approx.
  • Page 57 Frequently Asked Questions General problems with the wine conditioning unit Problem Possible cause and solution The door seal is dam- No tools are required to change the door seal. aged or needs to be re-  Change the door seal. A replacement is available placed.
  • Page 58: Causes Of Noises

    Causes of noises Normal noises Cause Brrrrr... A humming noise is made by the motor (compressor). This noise can get louder for brief periods when the motor switches Blub, blub..A gurgling noise can be heard when the coolant circulates through the pipes.
  • Page 59: Technical Service

    In the event of a fault which you cannot For more information about warranty remedy yourself, please contact your conditions, please contact Miele Tech- Miele dealer or Miele Technical Service. nical Service. Contact information for Miele Techni- cal Service can be found at the end of this document.
  • Page 60: Installation

    *INSTALLATION* Installation This appliance should be installed in a Installation location dry, well-ventilated room.  Risk of injury and damage. When deciding where to install your A wine conditioning unit that has not wine conditioning unit, please bear in been installed properly can tip up. mind that it will use more energy if in- Keep the appliance door shut until stalled near to a heater, a range, or an-...
  • Page 61: Load-Bearing Capacity Of The Niche Floor

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Load-bearing capacity of the  Danger from broken glass! niche floor Danger of injury due to broken glass! If installed at altitudes above 4,900 ft To ensure the safe installation of the (1,500 m) there is a risk of the glass wine conditioning unit and to guarantee in the door breaking because of its correct functioning, the floor of the...
  • Page 62: Climate Class

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Climate class Side-by-side The wine conditioning unit is designed This wine conditioning unit can be in- for use within a certain climate range stalled side-by-side with another wine (ambient temperatures) and should not conditioning unit or refrigerator. be used outside this range. The climate Your dealer will be able to advise you range of the wine conditioning unit is which combination of models is possi-...
  • Page 63: Ventilation

    *INSTALLATION* Installation The air at the back wall of the wine con- Ventilation ditioning warms up. Therefore the cabi-  WARNING! Fire hazard! net must be constructed in such a way that ensures unhindered ventilation (see Operation of the wine conditioning “Built-in dimensions”).
  • Page 64: Custom Door Panel

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Custom door panel If you wish to fit a grille in the ventila- tion openings, the ventilation open- Horizontal and vertical gaps ings must be larger than 31 square inches. The passage volume of 31 Depending on the style of kitchen cabi- square inches is the total area of the netry, the thickness and edge radius of opening slits in the grille.
  • Page 65: Weight Of The Custom Door Panel

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Custom Gap X  door for different panel edge radii B thickness R1.2 ≥ 5/8" min. 1/8" (3 mm) -3/4" Adjoining side wall (16-19 A = Door panel thickness B = Edge radius X = Gap 3/4" 3/16" 3/16" 3/16" 1/8" (20 mm) (3.5 Tip: Fit a spacer between the housing unit body and the side wall.
  • Page 66: Installation Dimensions

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Installation dimensions ≥ 31" ≥ 31" ≥ 440 lb The power cord is 110 1/4" (2,800 mm) long. The power cord is 110 1/4" (2,800 mm) long. The electrical socket must be easily accessible in an emergency and not The electrical socket must be easily concealed behind the appliance.
  • Page 67: Custom Door Panel Dimensions

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Custom door panel dimensions Reversing the door hinge The wine conditioning unit is supplied right-hinged. If left-hand hinging is re- quired, the hinges must be changed. To change the door hinging, you will  15 1/2" (393 mm) need the following tools: ...
  • Page 68 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Risk of injury. If the hinges close, there is a risk of injury. Leave the hinges open.  Open the appliance door and remove covers  and  on the left and right of the wine conditioning unit.  Remove cover  from the bottom of the appliance.
  • Page 69 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Take off the upper retaining bracket  and replace it on the op- posite side.  Remove the stopper  from the ap- pliance door.  Remove the spacer  from the appli- ance door, rotate it 180° and fit it on the opposite side.
  • Page 70 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Fit the hinges  and covers  diago- nally on the opposite side.  Unscrew the hinges  and covers  from the appliance door.  Risk of injury. The second person must support the appliance door during the following steps.
  • Page 71: Before Installing The Wine Conditioning Unit

    *INSTALLATION* Installation  Replace bottom cover  and click it into place.  Check that the wine conditioning unit is standing securely in the building-in niche and that the appliance door closes properly. Before installing the wine con- ditioning unit  Take any accessories out of the appli- ...
  • Page 72: Installing The Wine Conditioning Unit

    *INSTALLATION* Installation The door hinges on the wine condition- Installing the wine conditioning ing unit are set at the factory to enable unit the appliance door to be opened wide.  Risk of damage and injury from However, if the opening angle of the ap- the wine conditioning unit tipping pliance door needs to be limited for any over.
  • Page 73: Preparing The Wine Conditioning Unit

    *INSTALLATION* Installation All fitting instructions given are for a right-hand hinged appliance. If you have converted the appliance to left- hand hinging, you will need to adapt these instructions accordingly. Preparing the wine conditioning unit  Unscrew the transport safety de- vices ...
  • Page 74 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Slide the filler panel  supplied from the front into the holders on the wine conditioning unit as shown.  Push the wine conditioning unit two thirds of the way into the building-in niche.  If the wine conditioning unit is left- hinged, allow for the position of the lug (see illustration above).
  • Page 75 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Unscrew the transport safety de- vice  from the front of the wine con- ditioning unit, if you have not already done so. Tip: Keep this device in a safe place for refitting should the appliance need to be moved in the future.
  • Page 76 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Fit the stopper  supplied onto the fixing bracket  also supplied.  Carefully remove the protective foil  Screw the supplied fixing bracket  from the supplied sealing strip . loosely with the screws  supplied  Stick the sealing strip  onto the into the bottom of the appliance.
  • Page 77 *INSTALLATION* Installation Installing the wine conditioning unit If the wine conditioning unit is pushed too far into the building-in niche, the appliance door will not close properly. This can cause ice to build up and condensate to accumu- late, and cause the appliance to mal- function.
  • Page 78 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Push the fixing brackets  and  against the housing unit wall.  Push the hinged side of the appliance to the housing unit wall.  To secure the wine conditioning unit to the housing unit, screw the sup- plied particle board screws ...
  • Page 79 *INSTALLATION* Installation board screws  and  through the For additional stability of the wine con- hinge plates at the top and bottom (3. ditioning unit in the housing unit, push + 4.). the stabilizing rods supplied in under- neath the appliance between it and the floor of the housing unit: ...
  • Page 80 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Check that the wine conditioning unit is standing securely in the building-in niche and that the appliance door closes properly. Installing the custom door panel If installed in a run of units, make sure that the top edge of the custom door panel is at the same height as adjoin- ing unit doors.
  • Page 81 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Unscrew the nuts  and remove the mounting frame  from the appliance door.  Open the appliance door and hang the custom door panel from its mounting frame  onto the threaded bolts  from above.  Position the mounting frame  on the custom door panel according to the markings and screw it tightly using the two screws ...
  • Page 82 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Close the appliance door carefully and check the distance between the door and adjoining unit doors. The distance should be the same.  Screw the nuts  loosely onto the threaded bolts . Do not tighten the nuts yet. ...
  • Page 83 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Close the appliance door again and check the distance between the door and adjoining unit doors.  Now screw on the top nuts . The appliance door is now secured.  Secure the custom door panel to the appliance door at the bottom using the screws ...
  • Page 84 *INSTALLATION* Installation The following confirms that the appli- ance is correctly installed: – The appliance door closes properly. – The door does not touch the cabinet. – The seal on the top corner of the handle side is firmly seated. ...
  • Page 85: Electrical Connection

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Wait for 1 hour after installation before Electrical connection plugging the wine conditioning into the  Danger of electric shock! power supply. This allows coolant and refrigerator oil to settle in accordance The wine conditioning unit must only with regulations. be switched on when it has been in- stalled in accordance with the instal- Ensure that the voltage of the main...
  • Page 86 *INSTALLATION* Installation The outlet must be easily accessible in Do not connect the wine conditioning an emergency so that the wine condi- unit to an inverter such as those used tioning unit can be quickly discon- with an autonomous energy source e.g. nected from the electrical supply in solar power.
  • Page 87: Information For Dealers

    Information for dealers Demo mode  The appliance can be demonstrated in the showroom or at exhibitions in “Demo mode”. In this mode the control  Keep your finger on the  sensor un- panel and interior lighting are active but til the  symbol appears in the dis- the compressor remains turned off, so play.
  • Page 88 Information for dealers  Touch the  or  sensor so that the symbol 0 appears in the display (meaning: Demo mode is inactive).  Touch the OK sensor to confirm your selection. The selected setting will be adopted and the  symbol will flash.  Touch the settings sensor to leave the settings mode.
  • Page 91 Technical Service. U.S.A. Canada Miele, Inc. Importer Miele Limited National Headquarters 9 Independence Way Headquarters and Miele Centre Princeton, NJ 08540 161 Four Valley Drive Phone: 800-843-7231 Vaughan, ON L4K 4V8 609-419-4298 Fax: www.miele.ca www.mieleusa.com...
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