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Miele 11 919 400 Operating And Installation Instructions


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Operating and Installation
To prevent accidents and machine damage, read these instructions
before installation or use.
en-US, CA
M.-Nr. 11 919 400


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  • Page 1 Operating and Installation Instructions Oven To prevent accidents and machine damage, read these instructions before installation or use. en-US, CA M.-Nr. 11 919 400...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............Overview......................14 Oven ........................14 Oven controls..................... 15 Temperature selector................... 16 Features......................18 Data plate ......................18 Scope of delivery....................18 Standard and optional accessories..............18 Safety features ....................22 PerfectClean treated surfaces ................22 Before first use ....................
  • Page 3 Contents Further applications ..................42 Defrost......................... 42 Dehydrating ......................43 Warm-up Cookware .................... 43 Slow Roasting ..................... 44 Canning ....................... 46 Frozen food/ready meals ..................48 Cleaning and care of the oven ................. 49 Unsuitable cleaning agents ................. 49 Removing normal soiling ..................50 Removing stubborn soiling..................
  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS When using the appliance, follow basic safety precautions, including the following: Read all instructions before installation and use of the oven to prevent accidents and machine damage. This appliance complies with current safety requirements. Improper use of the appliance can lead to personal injury and material damage.
  • Page 5 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS  The oven compartment is equipped with special bulbs to cope with particular conditions (e.g., temperature, moisture, chemical resistance, abrasion resistance, and vibration). These special bulbs must only be used for the purpose for which they are intended. They are not suitable for room lighting.
  • Page 6  Unauthorized installation, maintenance, and repairs can cause considerable danger for the user. Installation, maintenance, and repairs should only be carried out by a Miele authorized technician.  Maintenance by the user: Never repair or replace any part of the appliance unless the instructions specifically recommend doing so.
  • Page 7 Miele Customer Service. Otherwise the warranty will be invalidated.  Miele can only guarantee the safety of the appliance when original Miele parts are used. Faulty components must only be replaced with genuine Miele parts.
  • Page 8 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS  During installation, maintenance, and repair work, e.g., if the oven interior lighting is faulty, the oven must be completely disconnected from the power supply (see “Frequently asked questions”). To ensure this: - The circuit breakers have been switched off, or - the fuses of the electrical installation have been completely removed, or - the plug (if present) is removed from the outlet.
  • Page 9 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS  Use only dry, heat-resistant potholders. Moist or damp potholders used on hot surfaces may result in steam burns. Do not let potholders come in contact with oil or grease. Do not substitute dish towels or other bulky items for potholders. Do not let potholders touch hot heating elements.
  • Page 10 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS  This oven must only be used for cooking food. Corrosive chemicals and vapors as well as fumes, vapors or heat given off by glues, plastics or flammable liquids and materials could be hazardous. Do not use it as a dryer, kiln, dehumidifier, etc. ...
  • Page 11 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS  If using alcohol in your recipes, please be aware that high temperatures can cause the alcohol to evaporate. The vapor can catch fire on hot heating elements.  When using residual heat to keep food warm, corrosion from high air humidity and condensation can occur in the oven.
  • Page 12 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS  Canning food and heating it up in closed containers results in an increase in pressure which can cause them to explode. Do not use cans for canning or reheating food.  Risk of injury from the open door. You could bang into the open door or trip over it.
  • Page 13 Damage caused by pests is not covered by the warranty. Accessories  Only use original Miele accessories. Using parts or accessories from other manufacturers will invalidate the warranty, and Miele cannot accept liability.  Accessories that are not suitable for the Self Clean program will be damaged by the high temperatures.
  • Page 14: Overview

    Overview Oven a Controls b Door lock for Self Clean c Browning/Broiling element d Air inlets for the blowers with ring heating elements behind them e Side runners with 6 shelf levels f Oven floor with bottom heat element underneath it g Front frame with data plate h Door...
  • Page 15: Oven Controls

    For displaying the time of day and To activate or deactivate a timer settings h Optical interface c Light sensor button (for Miele Service only) For switching the oven interior i Temperature selector lighting on and off For setting the temperature d  sensor button...
  • Page 16: Temperature Selector

    Oven controls Temperature selector Clock/timer Use the temperature selector to select The clock/timer is operated via the the temperature for the cooking display with the sensor buttons. processes. Display It can be turned clockwise until a  resistance is felt and then turned back ...
  • Page 17 Oven controls Sensor buttons The range has the following touch- sensitive sensor buttons: Light, , OK, , and Timer. Every touch on the sensor buttons is confirmed by a keypad tone. The keypad tone can be switched off by changing setting   to status   (see “Using the oven –...
  • Page 18: Features

    All accessories and cleaning and care Have this information available if you products in these instructions are need to contact Miele so that any designed to be used with Miele Ovens. issues can be rectified as quickly as These can be ordered from the Miele possible.
  • Page 19 Features Universal tray and Wire Rack with FlexiClips with Wire Rack anti-tip safety notches HFCBBR 30-2 Universal tray HUBB 30-1: Wire Rack HBBR 30-2: The FlexiClips with Wire Rack are mounted on the side racks and can be pulled completely out of the oven. This Safety notches are located on the short allows you to see the food easily.
  • Page 20 Features Perforated Gourmet Baking Tray HBBL 71  Insert the FlexiClips with Wire Rack The perforated Gourmet Baking Tray onto the level (1.) and slide them has been specially developed for along the struts of the level (2.) until preparing baked goods made from they click into place.
  • Page 21 Features Round baking pans HUB Gourmet Casserole Dishes HBD Gourmet Casserole Dish lids Miele Gourmet Casserole Dishes can be placed directly on the wire rack. The surface of the casserole dishes has a The solid round baking pan HBF 27-1 non-stick coating.
  • Page 22: Safety Features

    Features - Door locking for Self Clean Safety features At the beginning of a Self Clean - System lock  for the oven program, the door will lock for safety (see “Using the oven – Operating the reasons. The door will only unlock clock/timer”) when the temperature in the oven compartment has dropped to below...
  • Page 23: Before First Use

    Before first use Before using for the first time Setting the time of day for the first time  Danger of injury caused by hot The time of day is shown in 12-hour surfaces. clock format. The oven gets hot during operation. For safety reasons, only use the oven After connecting the range to the when it has been fully installed.
  • Page 24: Heating The Oven For The First Time

    Before first use Cleaning the oven compartment after Heating the oven for the first heating it up for the first time time  New ovens may have a slight odor Risk of injury caused by hot when they are heated up for the first surfaces.
  • Page 25: Overview Of Operating Modes

    Overview of operating modes Operating modes Range Convection Bake  150–500 °F (65–260 °C) Convection Broil  150–500°F (65–260°C) Self clean  – Surround  150–500°F (65–260°C) Booster  150–500°F (65–260°C) Bake  150–500°F (65–260°C) Maxi Broil  Maxi Broil...
  • Page 26: Energy-Saving Tips

    Energy-saving tips - Convection Broil  is the best Cooking programs operating mode for broiled dishes. - Remove all accessories from the Lower temperatures can be used oven that are not required for a than with other broil modes that use cooking process.
  • Page 27: Using The Oven

    Using the oven Using Booster  Simple operation You can shorten the heating-up phase  Place the food in the oven. with the Booster  function.  Select the required operating mode with the mode selector. Do not use the Booster  operating mode to pre-heat the oven The oven interior lighting and the fan when baking pizzas or delicate will switch on.
  • Page 28 Using the oven Setting the cooking duration Setting a cooking duration and a finish time Example: a cake needs to bake for 1 hour and 5 minutes. Example: the current time of day is 11:15 am; a roast with a cooking  Place the food in the oven. duration of 90 minutes needs to be ...
  • Page 29 Using the oven Then set the finish time: At the end of the cooking duration:  Move the triangle  with  or  until -  appears. it appears under . -  flashes.   appears: - The oven heating switches off ...
  • Page 30: Changing The Time Of Day

    Using the oven Deleting a cooking duration Deleting a finish time  Select OK.  Select OK.  If necessary, use  or  to move the  If necessary, use  or  to move the triangle  until it appears under . triangle ...
  • Page 31: Changing Factory Default Settings

    Using the oven  Confirm with OK. Changing factory default settings Default settings are set in the oven The status is saved and the setting controls at the factory (see “Settings appears again. overview”).  To change additional settings, A setting can be changed by altering its proceed in the same way.
  • Page 32 Using the oven Settings overview Setting Status     * The time of day display is deactivated. Time of day The display appears dark if the oven is switched off. display The time of day continues to run in the background. If you have selected the status  , the oven has to be turned on before you can use it.
  • Page 33 Using the oven Setting Status     to Different levels of brightness can be selected for the  , Display display. brightness   *  : minimum brightness  : maximum brightness     * The oven interior lighting is on for 15 seconds and then Lighting turns off automatically.
  • Page 34: Switching The System Lock  On And Off

    Using the oven  Confirm with OK. Switching the system lock  on and The system lock is activated. The system lock  prevents the oven When the appliance is switched on from being used unintentionally. again, the  symbol will appear in the The appliance is delivered with the display to remind you that the system system lock deactivated.
  • Page 35: Using The Timer

    Using the oven  The  symbol disappears.    Using the timer   The timer can be used to time any activity in the kitchen, e.g. boiling eggs. The  symbol indicates that the timer The timer can also be used at the same has been set.
  • Page 36: Baking

    Baking Using parchment paper Handling and cooking food correctly is essential for maintaining good Miele accessories, e.g., the universal health. tray, are treated with PerfectClean (see Cakes, pizzas, and French fries “Features”). Surfaces treated with should be cooked until golden, not PerfectClean generally do not need to dark brown.
  • Page 37: Notes On The Operating Modes

    Baking Using Surround  Notes on the operating modes Dark metal, enamel, or aluminum A list of all operating modes can be bakeware with a matte finish, as well as found in “Overview of operating heat-resistant glass, ceramic, and modes”. coated bakeware can be used. Using Convection Bake ...
  • Page 38: Roasting

    Roasting - Do not add too much liquid during Always observe USDA/CFIA food cooking as this will hinder the safety guidelines. browning process. Browning only occurs towards the end of the Tips for roasting cooking duration. Remove the lid - You can use all dishware made from about halfway through the cooking temperature-resistant materials, e.g., duration if you want a more intensive...
  • Page 39: Notes On The Operating Modes

    Roasting Selecting the cooking duration Notes on the operating modes  Determine the cooking duration by A list of all operating modes can be multiplying the thickness of the roast found in “Overview of operating [cm] with the time per cm [min/cm] modes”.
  • Page 40: Broiling

    Broiling - The tray under the insert will collect  Risk of injury caused by hot the meat juices and stop them from surfaces. burning so that they can be used for If you broil with the door open, the making gravy and sauces.
  • Page 41: Notes On The Operating Modes

    Broiling Selecting the cooking duration Notes on the operating modes  Broil thinner cuts of meat/slices of A list of all operating modes can be fish for approx. 6–8 minutes per side. found in “Overview of operating It is best to broil food of a similar modes”.
  • Page 42: Further Applications

    Further applications Tips This section provides information on the following applications: - Remove the packaging and place the frozen food on the universal tray or in - Defrost a suitable bowl or dish. - Dehydrating - Use the universal tray with the wire - Heating dishware rack placed on top of it for defrosting poultry.
  • Page 43: Dehydrating

    Further applications Dehydrating Warm-up Cookware Dehydrating or drying is a traditional Use the Convection Bake  operating method of preserving fruit and certain mode for preheating dishware. vegetables. Only preheat heat-resistant dishware. It is important that fruit and vegetables are ripe and not bruised before they are ...
  • Page 44: Slow Roasting

    Further applications  You can leave the meat in the oven to Slow Roasting keep warm until you serve it. This will Slow Roasting is ideal for cooking not affect results in any way. delicate cuts of beef, pork, veal, or ...
  • Page 45 Further applications Cooking durations/core temperatures Always observe USDA/CFIA food safety guidelines. Meat Cooking Core temperature duration Beef tenderloin, approx. 2.2 lbs (1 kg) - rare 60–80 min 113–119°F (45–48°C) 75–85 min 129–135°F (54–57°C) - medium 110–130 min 145–151°F (63–66°C) - well done Prime rib, approx. 2.2 lbs (1 kg) - rare 70–80 min 113–119°F (45–48°C)
  • Page 46: Canning

    Further applications Preparing fruit and vegetables Canning The instructions are for 6 jars with a  Risk of infection from bacteria. capacity of 1 liter each. The spores of the botulinum bacterium are not sufficiently killed Only use special jars for canning by canning legumes and meat only (preserving jars or jars with a screw once.
  • Page 47 Further applications Canning fruit and vegetables Removing the jars after canning  Set the specified post-canning  Risk of injury caused by hot warming temperature as soon as surfaces. bubbles are visible in the jars, then The jars will be very hot after leave the jars in the warm oven for canning.
  • Page 48: Frozen Food/Ready Meals

    Further applications Preparing frozen food/ready meals Frozen food/ready meals Handling and cooking food correctly Tips for cakes, pizza, and baguettes is essential for maintaining good - Bake cakes, pizza, and baguettes on health. parchment paper on the wire rack. Cakes, pizzas, and French fries - Use the lowest temperature should be cooked until golden, not dark brown.
  • Page 49: Cleaning And Care Of The Oven

    Cleaning and care of the oven - Abrasive cleaning agents (e.g., powder  Risk of injury caused by hot cleaners and cream cleaners) surfaces. - Solvent-based cleaning agents The oven gets hot during operation. You could burn yourself on the - Stainless steel cleaning agents heating elements, oven - Dishwasher cleaner compartment, or accessories.
  • Page 50: Removing Normal Soiling

    Cleaning and care of the oven  Baked-on deposits can be removed Removing normal soiling with a glass scraper or with a There is a fiberglass seal around the stainless-steel spiral pad, hot water, oven compartment which seals the and liquid dish soap. inside of the glass oven door and You do not need to treat the oven can be damaged by rubbing and...
  • Page 51: Starting Self Clean

    Cleaning and care of the oven The timer can be used to delay the start Starting Self Clean time of the Self Clean program.  Danger of burning! At the end of the Self Clean program, The front of the oven gets hotter in any residues such as ash from the the Self Clean program than it does cleaning process, which are formed...
  • Page 52: At The End Of The Self Clean Program

    Cleaning and care of the oven  Set the desired finish time using  or If you want to see how the Self Clean . program is progressing, you need to highlight the duration symbol  in the  Confirm with OK. display.
  • Page 53: Self Clean Interrupted

    Cleaning and care of the oven - Spilled fruit juices may cause lasting  Danger of injury caused by hot discoloration of enameled surfaces. surfaces. This discoloration is permanent but At the end of the Self Clean program, will not affect the properties of the the oven will still be very hot.
  • Page 54: Removing The Door

    Cleaning and care of the oven Removing the door You could damage the oven if you remove the door incorrectly. The door weighs approx. 36 lbs (16 kg). Do not pull the door horizontally off its retainers, as they will spring back against the oven.
  • Page 55: Installing The Door

    Cleaning and care of the oven  Open the door fully. Installing the door If the locking clamps are not locked, the door could become loose, resulting in damage. Ensure that the locking clamps are locked after reinstalling the door. ...
  • Page 56: Side Rack Removal

    Cleaning and care of the oven Side rack removal  Danger of injury caused by hot surfaces. The oven gets hot during operation. You could burn yourself on the heater elements, oven compartment, or accessories. Allow the heating elements, oven compartment, and accessories to cool before removing the side racks.
  • Page 57: Frequently Asked Questions

    The display is dark. There is no power to the oven.  Check if the breaker has tripped. If it has, contact a qualified electrician or Miele Customer Service. The oven does not heat You have only selected an operating mode or a temperature.
  • Page 58  Turn the mode selector to Off and switch the oven off. If the problem persists, contact Miele Customer Service.  and a fault code not A fault has occurred that you cannot resolve. listed here appear on ...
  • Page 59 Frequently Asked Questions Problem Possible cause and solution The browning of cakes/ The wrong temperature or shelf level was selected. cookies is uneven.  There will always be a slight unevenness. If browning is very uneven, check whether you selected the correct temperature and shelf level. The material or color of the bakeware is not suitable for the operating mode selected.
  • Page 60 Frequently Asked Questions Problem Possible cause and solution The oven interior light- The halogen lamp is faulty. ing does not turn on.  Danger of injury caused by hot surfaces. The oven gets hot during operation. You could burn yourself on the heater elements, oven compartment, or accessories.
  • Page 61: Customer Service

    You can register your product and/or Miele dealer or Miele Customer Service. view the manufacturer´s warranty terms and conditions for Miele appliances and You can book a Miele Service Call vacuum cleaners at online at Contact information for Miele Customer Service can be found at the end of this document.
  • Page 62: 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 63: Installation

    Installation Installation dimensions Installation in a tall or base cabinet Miele Ovens can be installed flush or proud. Discuss your requirements with your architect, kitchen designer, and installer. More installation drawings are available on the Miele website. Oven with glass front...
  • Page 64: Side View

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Side view H 25xx, H 27xx: 2 1/2" (64 mm) H 28xx: 1 7/8" (47 mm)
  • Page 65: Connections And Ventilation

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Connections and ventilation Cutout 4" x 28 3/8" (100 mm x 720 mm) in the base of the kitchen cabinet for power cord and ventilation  The outlet for the electrical connection should be accessible, e.g., in an adjacent kitchen cabinet. If the electrical connection is behind the oven, the kitchen cabinet needs to be deeper than specified.
  • Page 66: Installing And Removing The Oven

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Installing and removing the oven For safety reasons, only use the oven when it has been fully installed. The oven requires a sufficient supply of cool air for efficient operation. The required supply of cool air must not be excessively heated by other heat sources (e.g., wood burning stoves).
  • Page 67 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Insert the mounting aid into the hole  Remove the mounting aid. in the front frame.  Screw the knurled nut onto the bolt  Insert the bolt into the mounting aid by hand to fix the oven in the cabinet and tighten it in the cabinet niche.
  • Page 68: Taking The Oven Out Of The Housing Unit

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Taking the oven out of the housing unit  Open the door.  Unscrew the knurled nuts and bolts from the front frame (see “Securing the oven in the housing unit”). Keep these parts in case the oven needs to be installed again in the future.
  • Page 69: Electrical Connection

    Miele cannot be held compliance with all applicable local liable for unauthorized work. codes. Installation, maintenance, and repairs WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST must only be carried out by a Miele BE GROUNDED authorized technician. Installer: Please pass these instructions on to the customer.
  • Page 70 The function and operation of the protective measures provided in the domestic electrical installation and in this Miele product must also be maintained in isolated operation or in operation that is not synchronized with the grid power supply, or these measures must be replaced by equivalent measures in the installation.
  • Page 71 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 Vaughan, ON L4K 4V8 Customer Support Phone: 888-99-MIELE (64353) Customer Care Centre
  • Page 72 H 2780 BP, H 2880 BP en-US, CA M.-Nr. 11 919 400 / 00...

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