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Miele KWT 6322 UG Operating And Installation Instructions

Miele KWT 6322 UG Operating And Installation Instructions

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Operating and Installation Instructions
Wine Conditioning Unit
To prevent accidents and machine damage, read these instructions be-
fore installation or use.
en-US
M.-Nr. 10 531 321

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  • Page 1 Operating and Installation Instructions Wine Conditioning Unit To prevent accidents and machine damage, read these instructions be- fore installation or use. en-US M.-Nr. 10 531 321...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............Caring for the environment ................13 Saving energy ....................14 Guide to the appliance ..................15 Control panel ....................... 15 Explanation of symbols ..................16 Using the door-opening aid correctly..............18 Accessories ....................... 19 Accessories supplied ..................19 Optional accessories...................
  • Page 3 Contents Storing wine bottles ..................39 Wooden shelves ....................40 Moving the wooden shelves................40 Adjusting the wooden shelves ............... 41 Labeling the wooden racks ................42 Inserting the decor shelf................. 42 Maximum capacity ....................42 Automatic defrosting ..................43 Cleaning and care .....................
  • Page 4 Contents Information for dealers ..................74 Demo mode ...................... 74...
  • 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. ...
  • Page 7 DANGER of suffocation! Technical safety  If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a Miele au- thorized technician in order to protect the user from harm.  The refrigerant circuit has been checked for leaks. The wine con- ditioning unit complies with statutory safety requirements.
  • Page 8 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS – Contact Miele Technical Service.  The more coolant there is in a wine conditioning unit, the larger the room it should be installed in. In the event of a leakage, if the wine conditioning is in a small room, there is the danger of com- bustible gases building up.
  • 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. Stainless steel machines: ...
  • Page 11 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Cleaning and care  Do not use any oil or grease on the door seals. They can cause the seals to deteriorate over time.  Do not use a steam cleaning appliance to clean this wine condi- tioning unit.
  • Page 12 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 13: 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 appliance being disposed.
  • Page 14: 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 Near a heat source (heater (heater element, range). element, range).
  • Page 15: 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 16: 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 17 Guide to the appliance a Door-opening aid (Push2open) b Lighting strip (in both wine conditioning zones) c Active AirClean filter d Control panel for the upper and lower wine conditioning zones/ isolation plate for thermal separation of the zones e Isolation strips for thermal separation of the conditioning zones f Wooden shelves with labels (FlexiFrames with Noteboard) g Decorative shelf...
  • Page 18: Using The Door-Opening Aid Correctly

    Guide to the appliance Closing the door Using the door-opening aid correctly  Push the door shut. The Push2open system on your wine Please note that using magnets di- conditioning unit makes it easy to open rectly in front of the wine conditioning the door.
  • Page 19: 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 WiFi stick (Miele@home) storage.
  • Page 20: 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 21: Switching The Wine Conditioning Unit Off

    Switching the wine conditioning unit on and off Switching the wine conditioning unit The interior lighting will come on when the appliance door is opened. Selecting settings A different setting can be set for each wine conditioning zone.  Touch the On/Off sensor. ...
  • Page 22: 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 23: 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 24: 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 25 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 26: 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 27: 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 28: 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 29 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 30: Optimum Temperature And Air Quality

    Optimum temperature and air quality Wine continues to mature depending on Type of wine Recommended the surrounding conditions. The length drinking temper- of time for which wine can be kept in ature good condition will therefore depend Light, fruity red 57°...
  • Page 31: Setting The Temperature

    Optimum temperature and air quality Safety device in case of low ambient temperatures The appliance is equipped with a safety thermostat to protect your wine against a sharp drop in temperature. If the ex- – The temperature decreases. ternal temperature should drop below this level, a heater element turns on au- tomatically to keep the temperature in- side as constant as possible.
  • Page 32: 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 33: 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 34: 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 35: 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 36 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 37: 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 38: Lighting Duration Of The Feature Lighting

    Feature lighting By touching the sensors  Touch the OK sensor to confirm your choice. – the lighting duration is reduced by The set brightness is saved to memory. 30 minutes The temperature display then appears again. As soon as the appliance door is closed, the set brightness for the fea- ture lighting takes effect.
  • Page 39: 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 40: 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 41: 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.  Slide the wooden shelf back into the appliance as far as it will go  .
  • Page 42: Labeling The Wooden Racks

    Storing wine bottles Labeling the wooden racks Maximum capacity For quick and easy identification of the wines stored, you can write on the blackboard-painted surface on the magnetic strips on the wooden shelves. Use the chalk supplied. You can write directly on the magnetic strip or remove it from the wooden shelf.
  • Page 43: Automatic Defrosting

    Automatic defrosting The wine conditioning unit defrosts au- tomatically.
  • Page 44: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Cleaning agents Do not let water get into the elec- tronic, the ventilation grille, or the To avoid damaging the surfaces of your lighting. appliance, do not use: – cleaning agents containing soda, am-  Risk of damage due to moisture monia, acids, or chloride penetration.
  • Page 45: Before Cleaning The Wine Conditioning Unit

     Risk of damage due to incorrect regular basis with a brush or vacuum cleaning. cleaner (you could use a Miele vac- The blackboard coating on the mag- uum cleaner dusting brush, for exam- netic strips may be damaged. ple).
  • Page 46: Cleaning The Door Seal

    Cleaning and care Cleaning the door seal Cleaning the air filter  Clean the air filter behind the ventila-  Risk of damage as a result of in- tion grille at least once a year. correct cleaning.  Remove the air filter and vacuum it If you treat the door seal with oils or thoroughly on both sides.
  • Page 47: Active Airclean Filter

     Push the filter in and then release it. The filter will lock into place automati- cally with an audible click. Active charcoal filters can be obtained from Miele Technical Service, your lo- cal dealer or via the Miele website.  Pull the filter out.
  • Page 48 Active AirClean filter To confirm the filters have been changed,  Touch the OK sensor to confirm your selection. The selected setting will be adopted  Touch the settings sensor. and the  symbol will flash. All symbols available for selection will appear in the display and the  symbol flashes.
  • Page 49: Frequently Asked Questions

     Unauthorized installation, maintenance and repairs can cause considerable danger for the user. Installation, maintenance and repairs must only be carried out by a Miele autho- rized technician. Problem Possible cause and solution The wine conditioning...
  • Page 50 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 door is not properly closed. temperature in the wine ...
  • Page 51 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 52 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 53 Frequently asked questions General problems with the wine conditioning unit Problem Possible cause and solution An alarm does not This is not a fault. The alarm tone has been sound even though the switched off in settings mode (see “Acoustic sig- appliance door has nals ”...
  • Page 54: 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 55: Service And Warranty

    Extended Service Con- tracts offered by other providers for Miele products will not be recognized by Miele. Our goal is to prevent unau- thorized (and untrained) service person- nel from working on your Miele prod- ucts, possibly doing further damage to them, you and/or your home.
  • Page 56: Installation

    *INSTALLATION* Installation This appliance should be installed in a Installation location dry, well-ventilated room.  Risk of damage and injury from When deciding where to install your the wine conditioning unit tipping wine conditioning unit, please bear in over. mind that it will use more energy if in- The wine conditioning unit is very stalled near to a heater, a range, or an- heavy and can tip forward when the...
  • Page 57: Side-By-Side

    (ambient temperatures) and should not be used outside this range. The climate Tip: Please contact Miele for specific range of the wine conditioning unit is information about which combinations stated on the data plate inside it.
  • Page 58: Ventilation

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Ventilation  Risk of damage due to high hu- midity. The appliance is ventilated via the venti- In environments with high humidity, lation gap in the plinth. This must not condensation can build up on the ex- be covered over or blocked. Clean the ternal wine conditioning unit panels, ventilation gap regularly to remove any which can cause corrosion.
  • Page 59: Installation Dimensions

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Installation dimensions Before installation, ensure the niche and ventilation gap dimensions are the correct size. The specified air vents must be observed and the cut-out in the toe-kick panel must be aligned centrally with the appliance in order to ensure the correct functioning of the wine conditioning unit.
  • Page 60: View From Above

    *INSTALLATION* Installation View from above...
  • Page 61: Adjusting The Door Hinge

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Adjusting the door hinge Reversing the door hinge The door hinges on the wine condition- The wine conditioning unit is supplied ing unit are set at the factory to enable right-hinged. If left-hand hinging is re- the appliance door to be opened wide. quired, the hinges must be changed.
  • Page 62 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Remove screws  first from the lower hinge.  Remove covers .  The second person must support the appliance door. Caution! When the hinge is subse- quently released, the door is no longer secure.  Remove screws  from the upper hinge.
  • Page 63 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Place the door with the outer side up- wards on a stable surface.  Risk of injury! Do not close the hinges.  Remove the screws .  Unclip upper and lower covers .  Remove spacer  from the appliance door, rotate it 180°...
  • Page 64 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Remove covers .  Replace screws  again.  Take off upper retaining bracket  and replace it on the opposite side.  Clip covers  back on. Note the po- sition of the notches on the hinges.
  • Page 65 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Take off lower retaining  Tighten the screws in upper hinge . bracket  and replace it on the op- posite side.  Tighten the screws in lower hinge .  Now install the wine conditioning unit.  Fit appliance door . ...
  • Page 66: Installing The Wine Conditioning Unit

    *INSTALLATION* Installation To install the wine conditioning unit, Installing the wine conditioning you will need the following tools: unit – A selection of screwdrivers Before installing the wine condition- – a spirit level ing unit  Take any accessories out of the appli- –...
  • Page 67: Setting Up The Wine Conditioning Unit

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Setting up the wine conditioning unit The air filter prevents soiling of the compressor compartment to ensure efficient functioning of the appliance.  Carefully remove the protective foil from air filter .  The feet can be adjusted with the open-ended wrench supplied  or with an Allen key .
  • Page 68 A bracket  is required to secure the filler panel, which is available from Miele Technical Service or from your dealer. The filler panel can be fitted above or below the wine conditioning unit as re-...
  • Page 69: Pushing The Wine Conditioning Unit Into The Niche

    *INSTALLATION* Installation  Now tighten the screws.  You can now push the wine condi- tioning unit into the niche. Pushing the wine conditioning unit into the niche   To avoid damaging the wine condi- Make sure that the power cord does tioning unit, the ventilation grille must not become trapped or damaged as be positioned precisely in front of the...
  • Page 70: Securing The Wine Conditioning Unit In The Niche

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Securing the wine conditioning unit in the niche  The wine conditioning unit must pro- trude evenly from the furniture doors by 1/16" (2 mm).  Open the appliance door.  Screw the wine conditioning unit at the bottom right and left to adjacent furniture units.
  • Page 71 *INSTALLATION* Installation Adjusting the lateral alignment of the When the wine conditioning unit is con- appliance door nected to the power supply, the power connection symbol  will appear in the If the appliance door is not aligned with display after a short while. the housing side walls, the appliance door can be adjusted using the screws underneath the hinges.
  • Page 72 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Fit unit base .  The cut-out in the plinth facing must be in the center of the wine condi- tioning unit.  Secure the covers.  Fit ventilation grille  into the plinth  Insert foam block  supplied into the facing.
  • Page 73: Electrical Connection

    *INSTALLATION* Installation this basic safety requirement be met. If Electrical connection there is any doubt, have the electrical Connect this appliance to a 110 – 120 system of the house checked by a qual- VAC, 60 Hz and 15 amp (20 amp for ified electrician.
  • Page 74 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 75 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 79 Customer 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...
  • Page 80 KWT 6322 UG, KWT 6322 UG ed/cs en-US M.-Nr. 10 531 321 / 00...

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