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Miele PFD 104 SCVi Operating Instructions Manual

Miele PFD 104 SCVi Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating instructions
Commercial Dishwasher
PFD 104 SCVi
en-AU, NZ
 It is essential to read these operating
instructions before installing and using the
appliance. This will prevent both personal injury
and damage to the machine.
M.-Nr. 11 678 880


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  • Page 1 Operating instructions Commercial Dishwasher PFD 104 SCVi en-AU, NZ  It is essential to read these operating instructions before installing and using the appliance. This will prevent both personal injury and damage to the machine. M.-Nr. 11 678 880...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Caring for the environment ................20 Commissioning....................21 Basic settings ...................... 21 Setting the language ..................21 Setting up Miele@home ................. 21 Setting the time of day ................... 22 Setting the water hardness ................22 Miele@home ......................23 Opening the door ....................25 Door opening aid....................
  • Page 4 Contents Comparison tests ....................45 XXL height with cutlery tray................. 45 Detergent ......................48 Application ......................48 Detergent dispensing ..................49 Adding detergent....................50 Changing detergent..................... 52 Operation......................53 Switching on the dishwasher ................53 Selecting a programme ..................53 Display of programme duration ................
  • Page 5 After sales service..................... 90 Contact in case of fault ..................90 Warranty ......................90 Installation......................91 Electrical connection ................... 91 The Miele Waterproof system................92 Water intake ......................92 Connecting the drain hose .................. 94 Technical data....................95 Settings ......................96 Opening the Settings menu.................
  • Page 6: Notes About These Instructions

    Notes about these instructions Warnings  Information which is important for safety is highlighted in a thick framed box with a warning symbol. This alerts you to the potential danger of injury to people or damage to property. Read these warning notes carefully and observe the procedural instructions and codes of practice they describe.
  • Page 7: Guide To The Appliance

    Guide to the appliance Appliance overview a Top spray arm g Filter combination b 3D MultiFlex tray (depending on h Salt reservoir model) i Data plate c Upper basket (depending on model) j Rinse aid reservoir d Middle spray arm k Detergent compartment e Ventilation f Lower spray arm...
  • Page 8: Control Panel

    Guide to the appliance Control panel a  On/Off sensor g  Extra dry sensor For switching the dishwasher on and activates drying. off. h  Timer sensor b In-operation indicator light For selecting a later programme start. For indicating an ongoing wash i Display programme when the door is closed.
  • Page 9: Display Functions

    Guide to the appliance The OK sensor is used to confirm a Display functions message or setting and also to move to The display is used to select or set the the next menu or another level. following: Under  Further programmes/Settings - the programme a scroll bar ...
  • Page 10: Correct Application

    Correct application This commercial dishwasher complies with all current local and national safety requirements. However, inappropriate use can lead to personal injury and damage to property. Read the operating instructions carefully before using the commercial dishwasher for the first time. They contain important information on the safety, use and maintenance of the machine.
  • Page 11 This lamp must only be used for the purpose for which it is intended. The lamp is not suitable for room lighting. Replacement lamps may only be fitted by a qualified electrician or a Miele authorised technician. The lighting control element is integrated into the appliance controls and cannot be removed separately.
  • Page 12: Warning And Safety Instructions

    The appliance must only be operated with properly adjusted door springs. If the door cannot be adjusted properly, contact Miele. The maximum weight of the front panel that can be aligned with the factory fitted door springs is 10–12 kg (depending on model).
  • Page 13 Miele Professional Service.  Faulty components must only be replaced by genuine Miele original spare parts. Only when these parts are fitted can Miele guarantee the safety standards of the appliance.  The electrical safety of this dishwasher can only be guaranteed when continuity is complete between it and an effective earthing system.
  • Page 14 A damaged connection cable may only be replaced by a suitable connection cable of the same type. For safety reasons, such replacement may only be carried out by Miele Professional Service or a Miele authorised technician. ...
  • Page 15  The manufacturer’s warranty will be invalidated if the dishwasher is not repaired by a Miele authorised service technician.  In areas which may be subject to infestation by cockroaches or other vermin, pay particular attention to keeping the appliance and its surroundings in a clean condition at all times.
  • Page 16 Warning and Safety instructions Correct use  This dishwasher is designed for operation with water and cleaning agents suitable for use in commercial dishwashers only. Organic solvents and flammable liquid agents must not be used in it. This could cause an explosion, damage rubber or plastic components in the dishwasher and cause liquids to leak out of it.
  • Page 17 (e.g. oxyhydrogen explosion).  Miele cannot be held liable for any effect chemical cleaning agents may have on the material of the items being cleaned. Observe the cleaning agent manufacturer's instructions with regard to storage conditions, use and dosage.
  • Page 18 Warning and Safety instructions  Do not hose the dishwasher or near vicinity down to clean it, e.g. with a hose or a pressure washer.  Be careful when sorting items with sharp pointed ends and positioning them in the dishwasher that you do not hurt yourself or create a danger for others.
  • Page 19 Only use original Miele accessories. Using spare parts or accessories from other manufacturers will invalidate the warranty, and Miele cannot accept liability.  Miele will guarantee to supply functional spare parts for a minimum of 10 years and up to 15 years following the discontinuation of your dishwasher. Transport ...
  • Page 20: Caring For The Environment

    Caring for the environment Disposal of the packing Disposing of your old material appliance The transport and protective packaging Electrical and electronic appliances has been selected from materials which often contain valuable materials. They are environmentally friendly for also contain specific materials, disposal, and can normally be recycled.
  • Page 21: Commissioning

    Miele@home will appear in Switching on the dishwasher the display.  Open the door.  To set up Miele@home now, confirm  Switch the dishwasher on using the by touching OK.  sensor. Useful tip: To postpone set-up until The welcome screen will appear when later, select the option ...
  • Page 22: Setting The Time Of Day

    Commissioning Setting the time of day Setting the water hardness The display will change to the screen The time is updated automatically if a for setting the water hardness. connection is established to the Wi-Fi network. - The dishwasher needs to be programmed to the correct water The display will then change to the hardness for your area.
  • Page 23: Miele@Home

    Dishwasher salt” and “Rinse aid”). Miele@mobile App  Select OK to confirm the messages. - a Miele user account You can create a user account using the network When a programme is selected, it will solutions from Miele, .e.g via the appear briefly in the display and the Miele@mobile App.
  • Page 24 Therefore, a constant Miele@mobile App availability of featured functions cannot be guaranteed. Miele@home availability The ability to use the Miele@mobile App, or other network solutions, depends on the availability of the Miele@home service in your country. The Miele@home service is not available in every country.
  • Page 25: Opening The Door

    Commissioning If the door is opened during operation, Every dishwasher is tested at the all functions are automatically factory. There will be residual water in interrupted. the machine from this test. It is not an indication that the dishwasher has You can change the number of knocks been used previously.
  • Page 26: Door Opening Aid

    Commissioning Door opening aid If the door will not open when knocked or if there is a power failure, the door can be opened manually with the door opening aid supplied with the dishwasher.  Then use it to pull the door open. Close the door ...
  • Page 27: Reactivation Salt

    Commissioning Reactivation salt  Damage caused by using unsuitable salts. In order to achieve good cleaning Some types of salt may contain results, the dishwasher needs to insoluble components which can operate with soft water. Hard water cause the water softener to results in the build-up of calcium malfunction.
  • Page 28: Filling The Salt Reservoir

    Commissioning Filling the salt reservoir Replenishing salt  When  Refill salt appears in the Before filling the salt reservoir for the display, wait until the end of the first time, you must fill it with approx. programme and then refill the salt 2 litres of water to enable the salt to reservoir.
  • Page 29: Rinse Aid

    Commissioning Rinse aid If you only ever use combination detergent products in your Rinse aid is necessary to ensure water dishwasher, you do not need to fill does not cling to and leave marks on the rinse aid reservoir. crockery during the drying phase, and it However, the best rinsing and drying helps crockery dry faster after it has results will be achieved by using a...
  • Page 30: Adding Rinse Aid

    Commissioning  Wipe up any spilled rinse aid. This Adding rinse aid prevents over-foaming occurring during the next programme. You can adjust the rinse aid dosage for best results (see "Settings - Rinse aid"). Refilling rinse aid When the  Refill rinse aid message appears, the reservoir only contains...
  • Page 31: Caring For The Environment

    - Make full use of the basket capacity You can find further tips on energy- without overloading the dishwasher. saving dishwashing in Miele’s guide to This results in the most economical dishwashing at dishwashing in terms of energy and water consumption.
  • Page 32: Ecofeedback Consumption Display

    Caring for the environment 2. Displaying consumption EcoFeedback consumption display At the end of the programme, you can call up the actual water consumption The "Consumption" function is used for for the programme that has just been calling up information about the water run.
  • Page 33: Loading The Dishwasher

    Loading the dishwasher - The spray arms must not be blocked General information by items that are too tall or hang Remove coarse food residues from through the baskets. Test for free crockery. movement by manually rotating the spray arms. There is no need to pre-rinse items under running water.
  • Page 34 Loading the dishwasher Items not suitable for washing in the  Damage due to caustic alkaline dishwasher: detergents. - Wooden cutlery and crockery or Aluminium parts (e.g. the grease items with wooden parts. These may filters of rangehoods) can be discolour and fade.
  • Page 35: Upper Basket

    Loading the dishwasher Loading the FlexCare cup rack Upper basket You can put cups, small bowls, and flat See “Loading the dishwasher - dishes on the FlexCare cup rack. Loading examples” for examples of Glasses can be arranged along the cup how to load crockery and cutlery.
  • Page 36 Loading the dishwasher Adjusting the FlexCare cup rack Loading the silicone elements of the FlexCare cup rack You can set the height and depth of the cup rack at 2 different levels so that it The silicone elements on the cup rack can accommodate larger cups and so are specially designed to hold tall that taller items can be placed...
  • Page 37 Loading the dishwasher Lowering the spikes You can fold down every second spike in the two right-hand rows of spikes to make it easier to arrange larger pieces of crockery, e.g. cereal bowls.  Press the yellow lever downwards  and then lower the dark gray spikes .
  • Page 38: Adjusting The Upper Basket

    Loading the dishwasher To raise the upper basket: Adjusting the upper basket  Lift the basket up until it clicks into In order to gain more space for taller place. items, the upper basket can be adjusted on three levels with 2 cm To lower the upper basket: between each level.
  • Page 39: Lower Basket

    Loading the dishwasher Lowering the spikes Lower basket The rows of spikes at the front are used See “Loading the dishwasher - for washing plates, soup bowls, Loading examples” for examples of platters, dessert bowls and saucers. how to load crockery and cutlery. Both rows of spikes can be lowered to Loading the lower basket make more room for large items such...
  • Page 40 Loading the dishwasher Loading the FlexCare glass holders The MultiClips allow you to fasten light with MultiClips items such as plastic parts onto the glass holder. The silicone elements in the glass holders provide a stable and secure hold for delicate stemware. ...
  • Page 41 Loading the dishwasher Loading the glassware rail Lowering the bottle holder This rail is designed to hold glasses The bottle holder can be used to keep with long stems securely. narrow items such as milk bottles and baby bottles secure during a programme.
  • Page 42: Cutlery Tray

    Loading the dishwasher You can push the left insert to the Cutlery tray middle in order to accommodate tall See “Loading the dishwasher - items of crockery and long stemmed Loading examples” for examples of glasses in the upper basket (see “Upper how to load crockery and cutlery.
  • Page 43: Loading Examples

    Loading the dishwasher Loading examples Dishwashers with cutlery tray Upper basket Lower basket...
  • Page 44 Loading the dishwasher Cutlery tray Heavily soiled items...
  • Page 45: Comparison Tests

    Comparison tests XXL height with cutlery tray Test standard: AS/NZS 2007.1, AS/NZS 2007.2; AS/NZS 6400 Standard programme for energy label comparison tests: Capacity:  15 place settings Detergent quantity: 33.7 g in compartment II Rinse aid dispensing: Setting 3 You can find information on adjusting the rinse aid dosage in the “Rinse aid” section of this booklet.
  • Page 46 Comparison tests Capacity  15  ...
  • Page 47 Comparison tests ...
  • Page 48: Detergent

    Avoid contact with detergents. detergents for commercial use in your Do not inhale powder detergent. Do dishwasher can be ordered on the Miele not swallow dishwasher detergent. website: Seek medical attention immediately if detergent has been swallowed or accessories-dishwashers-441.htm...
  • Page 49: Detergent Dispensing

    Suitable tabs are available from the They also indicate the approximate fill Miele detergent range. If you are level in grams for powder cleaning using combination detergents (tabs agents, depending on the manufacturer which contain not only a cleaning and the coarseness.
  • Page 50: Adding Detergent

    Detergent Adding detergent The detergent must not cause the detergent compartment lid to get stuck. This can prevent the lid from opening during the programme sequence. Do not overfill the detergent compartment.  Ensure that the detergent packaging is properly closed after use. This prevents the detergent from getting damp and clumping together.
  • Page 51 Observe the colour coding. pump and set the cleaning agent dosage. For special soiling or if using liquid detergent dispensed by a liquid detergent pump, contact Miele for advice on how to adapt the detergent dosage to the particular circumstances. Refilling or changing...
  • Page 52: Changing Detergent

    Detergent Changing detergent If you want to change the cleaning agent, the dispensing system must first be rinsed with water in order to avoid a reaction due to the mixing of cleaning agents.  Remove the suction lance from the container and place it in a container of water.
  • Page 53: Operation

    Operation Switching on the dishwasher Selecting a programme  Turn on the tap if it is turned off. Choose your programme according to the type of crockery and the degree of  Open the door. soiling.  Make sure the spray arms can rotate The different programmes and their freely.
  • Page 54: Display Of Programme Duration

    Operation Display of programme duration Starting a programme  Start the programme by closing the The estimated duration of the selected programme appears in the display door. before the programme starts. If the door Confirm the previously displayed is opened during the programme, the message with OK.
  • Page 55: At The End Of The Programme

    Operation At the end of the programme Energy management At the end of a programme, the optical To save energy, the dishwasher will in-operation indicator light will flash switch off automatically 10 minutes slowly with the door shut. The signal after the last time a sensor is pressed or tones might also sound.
  • Page 56: Switching Off The Dishwasher

    Operation Switching off the dishwasher Unloading the dishwasher  Open the door. Dishes tend to break and chip more easily when they are hot. Allow the  The dishwasher can be switched off dishes to cool until they are comfortable at any time using the  sensor.
  • Page 57: Interrupting A Programme

    Operation If you would like to select another Interrupting a programme programme: A programme will be interrupted as  If you have dispensed detergent soon as the door is opened. manually, check whether the If the door is closed again within 4 detergent compartment is still closed.
  • Page 58: Programme Options

    Programme options Time left indicator  Options The time left indicator  option is Options can be selected and selected as standard and displays the deselected using the appropriate time remaining until the end of the buttons and the display before starting programme. the programme.
  • Page 59: Timer

    After you have activated the timer, the the timer. display and the indicator lights will switch off after a few minutes to save energy. You can also activate the timer via the Miele@mobile App.
  • Page 60 Programme options Setting “Start at” Setting “Finish at” With the Start at function, you set the Use the Finish at  function to set the exact time at which you want the latest time by which the selected programme to start. programme has to be finished.
  • Page 61  Use the  sensors to enter the SmartStart (see “Settings - hour and confirm your entry with OK. Miele@home”). The hour will be saved and the minute If your energy provider offers this number block will be highlighted. service, they will send a signal to your ...
  • Page 62 You can now start a programme or switch the dishwasher off. Switching the dishwasher off while a timer is running stops the timer. You can also change the time set for the timer or delete it using the Miele@mobile App.
  • Page 63: Activating Remote Start

    You can start your dishwasher remotely using the  sensor. The option will also using the Miele@mobile App. To do this, remain active if you switch the you first need to install the App on your...
  • Page 64: Programme Chart

    Programme chart Programme Application Detergent The following dosages are based on Miele detergents. Please follow the manufacturer's instructions. Detergent compartment   For fresh, non-sticky food residues. 20–25 g Short or 1 tab  For moderately dried-on food residues. 20–25 g Medium or 1 tab ...
  • Page 65 Programme chart Programme sequence Pre-wash Main wash Interim rinse Final rinse Drying AutoOpen 60-65 °C 65 °C 40 s 20 min 1 min 30 s 65 °C 65 °C 6 min 3 min 30 min 2 min 75 °C 65 °C 6 min 6 min 3 min 30 min 2 min 50 °C 50 °C 1 min 3 min 2 min 20 min 51.5 °C 48 °C 44 min 4 min...
  • Page 66 Programme chart Programme Consumption Duration Electrical energy Water Cold water Hot water Cold water Hot water 15 °C 55 °C 15 °C 55 °C 2.1 kW 7.3 kW 2.1 kW 7.3 kW 2.1 kW 7.3 kW 2.1 kW 7.3 kW 2.1 kW 7.3 kW  Short 1.4 kWh 0.9 kWh 14.7 l 53 min 22 min 36 min 17 min ...
  • Page 67 Programme chart Programme Consumption Duration Electricity Water Cold water Hot water Cold water Hot water 15 °C 55 °C 15 °C 55 °C 3.2 kW 5.1 kW 3.2 kW 5.1 kW 3.2 kW 5.1 kW 3.2 kW 5.1 kW 3.2 kW 5.1 kW  Short 1.4 kWh 0.9 kWh 14.7 l 39 min 28 min 28 min...
  • Page 68 Programme chart Consumption data in ECO programme Programme Consumption Duration (Programme time) Electrical energy Water Cold water Hot water (20 °C) Cold water Hot water 20 °C 60 °C 20 °C 60 °C  0.6 kWh 0.9 kWh 13.2 l 180 min 169 min 15 standard place settings Values for the ECO programme were calculated under standardised testing conditions.
  • Page 69: Cleaning And Care

    - Spray arms dishwasher cleaner (available from - Filter combination Miele directly or the Miele webshop). Follow the instructions on the product - Sump including drain pump and non- packaging. return valve ...
  • Page 70: Cleaning The Door And The Door Seal

    Cleaning the control panel soft cloth. A clean, damp microfibre cloth (such  The control panel should only be as the Original Miele all purpose wiped with a damp cloth. microfibre cloth) without detergent can also be used. Cleaning the reflector panel...
  • Page 71 Cleaning and care To avoid damaging the external surfaces of the appliance, do not use: - cleaning agents containing soda, ammonia, acid or chloride - cleaning agents containing descaling agents - abrasive cleaning agents, e.g. powder cleaners and cream cleaners - solvent-based cleaning agents - stainless steel cleaning agents - dishwasher cleaners...
  • Page 72: Cleaning The Spray Arms

    Cleaning and care Cleaning the spray arms Particles of food can get stuck in the spray arm jets and bearings. The spray arms should therefore be inspected regularly (approx. every 2–4 months).  Damage due to soiling entering the circulation system. Without filters, soiling can enter the circulation system and cause a blockage.
  • Page 73 Cleaning and care Cleaning the spray arms Refitting the spray arms  Refit the upper and middle spray arms.  Refit the lower spray arm and ensure that the filter combination lies flat in the base of the wash cabinet. ...
  • Page 74: Checking The Filters In The Wash Cabinet

    Cleaning and care Checking the filters in the Cleaning the filters wash cabinet  Switch the dishwasher off. The filter combination in the base of the  Remove the lower spray arm (see wash cabinet retains coarse soiling “Cleaning and care - Cleaning the from the suds solution.
  • Page 75 Cleaning and care  In order to clean the inside of the  Rotate the screw thread clockwise filter, pull the microfilter by the plastic until the arrow in the viewing window ring downwards and away from the points to the lock symbol . filter combination.
  • Page 76: Cleaning The Water Inlet Filter

    Cleaning and care Cleaning the water inlet filter A filter is incorporated in the screw thread to protect the water inlet valve. If the filter is soiled, insufficient water flows into the wash cabinet.  Risk of electric shock. The plastic housing of the water connection contains an electrical valve.
  • Page 77: Cleaning The Drain Pump

    Cleaning and care Cleaning the drain pump If water remains in the wash cabinet after the end of a programme, the water has not been pumped away. The drain pump may be blocked by foreign objects. These foreign objects are easy to remove.
  • Page 78 Cleaning and care  Damage caused by incorrect cleaning. The components are delicate and can be damaged during cleaning. Take care when cleaning the drain pump. The drain pump (see arrow) is underneath the cover.  Risk of injury from glass splinters.
  • Page 79: Problem Solving Guide

    With the help of the following guide, minor faults in the performance of the appliance, some of which may result from incorrect operation, can be remedied without contacting Miele. This will save you time and money because you will not need a service call.
  • Page 80: Fault Messages

     Restart the desired programme. If the fault message appears again, there is a technical fault.  Switch the dishwasher off.  Turn off the tap.  Call Miele. The Waterproof system has reacted.    Waterproof  Switch the dishwasher off.
  • Page 81: Door Release

     Open the door manually (see “Using for the first time – Opening the door”) and switch the dishwasher back on.  If the same fault message appears again, call Miele. The door does not close automatically. The door might be obstructed by an item inside the appliance.
  • Page 82: Water Intake Fault

    (see “Installation – Hose position”). A technical fault has occurred.    Fault F18  Switch the dishwasher off.  Turn off the tap.  Call Miele.
  • Page 83: Water Drainage Fault

    Problem solving guide Water drainage fault Problem Possible cause and remedy The optical in-operation Before rectifying the problem, you must: indicator light is  Switch the dishwasher off. flashing quickly. Water drainage fault. The warning buzzer is There might be water in the wash cabinet. sounding.
  • Page 84: General Problems With The Dishwasher

     Switch the lighting back on (see “Settings - opened. BrilliantLight”). The wash cabinet lighting is faulty.  Call Miele. Detergent residue is left The detergent compartment was still damp when in the detergent detergent was added.
  • Page 85 Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause and remedy Water remains in the Before rectifying the problem, you must: wash cabinet at the end  Switch the dishwasher off. of a programme. The filter combination in the wash cabinet is clogged. ...
  • Page 86: Noises

    Problem solving guide Noises Problem Possible cause and remedy Knocking noise in the A spray arm is knocking against a crockery piece. wash cabinet.  Carefully open the door and rearrange the wash items that are obstructing the spray arm. Rattling noise in the Items of crockery are not secure in the wash cabinet.
  • Page 87: Unsatisfactory Washing Result

    Problem solving guide Unsatisfactory washing result Problem Possible cause and remedy The crockery is not The items were not loaded correctly. clean.  See notes under “Loading the dishwasher”. The programme was not thorough enough.  Select a more intensive programme (see “Programme chart”).
  • Page 88 Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause and remedy Dishes are not dry or The rinse aid dosage is set too low or the rinse aid cutlery and glasses are reservoir is empty. blotchy.  Replenish the rinse aid, increase the dosage, or change the brand of rinse aid (see “Using for the first time - Rinse aid”).
  • Page 89 Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause and remedy White residue is visible Not enough rinse aid was added. on the crockery.  Increase the dosage (see “Settings – Rinse aid”). Clouding has occurred The salt reservoir is empty. on glassware and ...
  • Page 90: After Sales Service

    1 year. Miele. For further information, please refer to your warranty booklet. You can book a Miele customer service call-out online at Contact information for Miele can be found at the end of this booklet.
  • Page 91: Installation

    - If replacing the mains connection cable, use only original Miele replacement parts or a suitable cable with core cable ends. - For technical data see data plate or...
  • Page 92: The Miele Waterproof System

    The Miele Waterproof system the connection point) must be As long as your dishwasher has been between 50 and 1000 kPa (0.5 and installed correctly, the Miele Waterproof 10 bar). anti-leak system will protect you from If the water pressure is lower than water damage throughout its lifetime.
  • Page 93 *INSTALLATION* Installation  To avoid any damage to the machine, the dishwasher must only be connected to a fully vented plumbing system.  The inlet hose must not be shortened or damaged in any way as it contains electrical components (see illustration).
  • Page 94: Connecting The Drain Hose

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Hose positioning with a low water Connecting the drain hose drainage height - The machine drainage system is If the on-site drainage connection is fitted with a non-return valve, which situated lower than the guide path for prevents dirty water from flowing the lower basket rollers in the open back into the dishwasher via the door, the water drain hose must be...
  • Page 95: Technical Data

    Sound power in LwA 46 dB (A) Sound pressure in LpA 32.5 dB (A) Test certifications awarded VDE, EMC radio and television suppressed Product safety standard in accordance with AS/NZS 60335-1, AS/NZS 60335-2-5, AS/NZS 60335-2-58 Manufacturer address Miele & Cie. KG, Carl-Miele-Straße 29, 33332 Gütersloh, Germany...
  • Page 96: Settings

    Settings  Changing settings You can alter the dishwasher’s controls to suit changing requirements  Use the  sensors to select the by adjusting the settings. menu option you want to change and confirm your selection with OK. Settings can be altered at any time. Submenu options that have already Opening the Settings menu been selected will have a tick ...
  • Page 97: Language

    Settings  Language  Time of day The display can be set to appear in one The current time of day must be set of several different languages. before you can use the timer option. You can change the language used in Setting the clock format the display and also the country via the You can select either a 24-hour or 12-...
  • Page 98: Water Hardness

    Settings  Water hardness °d mmol/l °f Display Your dishwasher is fitted with a water softener. - The dishwasher needs to be programmed to the correct water hardness for your area. - Your local water authority will be able to advise you of the water hardness level in your area.
  • Page 99: Rinse Aid

    Settings  Rinse aid External dispensing You can adjust the rinse aid dosage for Activate automatic dispensing of liquid best results. detergent if you have installed the The rinse aid dosage can be set from 0 optional external dispensing module. to 6 ml. The DOS module is supplied with its 3 ml is the factory default setting.
  • Page 100: Temperature Unit

    Settings  Start the  "Cold pre-wash" DOS flow rate programme directly after venting in A flow rate of 60 ml/min is set as order to dilute and drain any cleaning standard. The flow rate can be modified agent that has escaped into the wash between 10 and 150 ml/min in cabinet.
  • Page 101: Miele@Home

    Wi-Fi network via WPS (Wi-Fi dishwasher is switched off. Protected Setup). Additional menu options will be added Your Wi-Fi router must support WPS. to the “Settings“ and “Miele@home” menus.  Confirm the message Press WPS button with OK.
  • Page 102 Google Play Store™. - Call up information on the programme sequence of your Miele@mobile App dishwasher - Set up a Miele@home network with other Wi-Fi enabled Miele appliances  Select the Connect using App menu option and confirm with OK.
  • Page 103 OK. Deactivate and confirm with OK.  Use the  sensors to consecutively In the Miele@home menu, the menu call up the Wi-Fi signal strength, the option Activate will now be displayed name of your router, and the instead of associated IP address.
  • Page 104: Remote Control

    Wi-Fi module settings (if available) to only displayed and can only be the factory default settings. selected if the requirements for using Miele@home have been met (see The network configuration should be “Using for the first time - reset whenever a dishwasher is being Miele@home”).
  • Page 105: Smartstart

    - Do not switch the dishwasher off automatically. during the update. Otherwise, the update will be aborted and will not be installed. - Some software updates can only be carried out by a Miele service technician.
  • Page 106: Ecostart

    Settings  Setting the electricity rate times EcoStart Before you can use the EcoStart option, In order to run your dishwasher in the you must set at least one electricity most economical way, you can use the tariff time. EcoStart option to take advantage of your electricity supplier’s cheaper ...
  • Page 107 Settings  Changing the electricity tariff times Deleting the electricity tariff times You can change the start, finish, or You can delete the settings for an priority of an electricity tariff time. energy tariff time and in doing so deactivate the EcoStart option for this ...
  • Page 108: Consumption (Ecofeedback)

    Settings  Consumption (EcoFeedback) Display brightness You can set whether the energy and You can set the display brightness to water consumption is displayed for the one of seven different levels. selected programme. This function shows the estimated consumption before a programme, and the actual consumption after the end of the programme.
  • Page 109: Volume

    Miele PowerDisks (if are activated. available), you can switch off the refill reminders for reactivation salt and rinse Signal tones in the event of a fault aid if you wish.
  • Page 110: Autoopen

    Settings  AutoOpen BrilliantLight In some programmes the door This dishwasher is equipped with wash automatically opens slightly to assist cabinet interior lighting. the drying process. When the door is open, the lighting switches off automatically after This function can be deactivated if you 15 minutes.
  • Page 111: Factory Default

    You can reset all the appliance settings to the factory default settings. The settings of the Wi-Fi module (where applicable) have to be reset separately (see "Settings – Miele@home – Reset"). Appliance settings You can use this menu option to reset all dishwasher settings, except Wi-Fi module settings, to the factory default settings.
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