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Miele PFD 101 Operating Instructions Manual

Miele PFD 101 Operating Instructions Manual

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Commercial Dishwasher
PFD 101 / PFD 101 U /
PFD 101i / PFD 102i
en-US, CA
 To prevent accidents and machine damage,
read these instructions before installation or
M.-Nr. 11 673 620


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  • Page 1 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Commercial Dishwasher PFD 101 / PFD 101 U / PFD 101i / PFD 102i en-US, CA  To prevent accidents and machine damage, read these instructions before installation or use. M.-Nr. 11 673 620...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Activating the safety lock ..................22 Miele@home ......................23 Basic settings ...................... 24 Setting the language ..................24 Setting up Miele@home ................. 24 Setting the time ....................25 Setting water hardness................... 25 Reactivation salt ....................26 Refilling the salt ....................27 Rinse aid......................
  • Page 4 Door release ......................72 Water intake fault....................73 Water drainage fault .................... 74 General dishwasher problems................75 Noises........................76 Poor cleaning results ................... 77 Miele Service ..................... 80 Contact in the event of a fault ................80 Program updates ....................80...
  • Page 5 Contents INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ............... 81 Electrical connection ..................82 Plumbing ......................83 The Miele Waterproof system................83 Water inlet ......................83 Connecting the water drainage system............... 85 Technical details ....................86 Settings ......................87 Opening the Settings menu................. 87 Changing settings ....................87 Language ...
  • Page 6: Notes About These Instructions

    Notes about these instructions Warnings  Warnings important for safety are highlighted like this. This alerts you to the potential danger of injury to people or damage to property. Read the warnings carefully and follow the instructions and directions. Notes Notes contain information that is particularly important to follow.
  • Page 7: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS APPROPRIATE USE This Commercial Dishwasher complies with all current local and national safety requirements. Inappropriate use can, however, lead to personal injury and material damage. WARNING: When using your dishwasher, follow basic precautions, including the following: Read the operating instructions carefully before using the Com- mercial Dishwasher for the first time.
  • Page 8  The dishwasher is equipped with interior lighting. It is not suitable for room lighting. Replacement lamps may only be installed by a Miele-authorized specialist or by Miele Service.
  • Page 9 The machine must only be operated with properly adjusted door springs. If the door cannot be adjusted properly, contact the Miele Customer Service. The maximum weight of the front panel that can be aligned with the factory-installed door springs is 22-26.5 lb (10–12 kg) (depending on...
  • Page 10 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Technical safety  This dishwasher should be installed, commissioned, repaired, and maintained by Miele Service, a dealer, or a suitably qualified special- ist. Unauthorized installation, maintenance, and repairs can cause considerable danger for the user.  This dishwasher should only be operated by appropriately trained personnel.
  • Page 11 The dishwasher must not be used if the wire is damaged. A dam- aged wire may only be replaced by a suitable wire of the same type. For safety reasons, such replacement may only be carried out by Miele Technical Service or a qualified service technician.
  • Page 12 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS  Before servicing the appliance, disconnect it from the power sup- ply.  The plastic housing of the water connection contains electrical components. It must not be dipped in water.  There are live wires in the water intake hose. Do not shorten the water intake hose, even if it is too long.
  • Page 13 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Correct use  This dishwasher is designed for operation with water and cleaning agents suitable for use in dishwashers only. Organic solvents and flammable liquid agents must not be used. This could cause an explosion, damage rubber or plastic compo- nents in the dishwasher, and cause liquids to leak out of it.
  • Page 14  Miele cannot be held liable for any effect chemical detergents may have on the material of the items being cleaned. Observe the deter- gent manufacturer's instructions with regard to storage conditions, use, and dosage.
  • Page 15 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS  Do not wash items soiled with ash, sand, wax, lubricating grease, or paint in the dishwasher. These materials will cause damage to the dishwasher.  Do not clean the dishwasher or its near vicinity with a hose or a pressure washer.
  • Page 16 Seek medical advice immediately if a child has swallowed or inhaled any process chemicals. Accessories  Accessories may only be fitted if approved by Miele. If other parts are used, any warranty and product liability claims shall be void. Transport ...
  • Page 17: Machine Description

    Machine description Appliance overview a Top spray arm f Filter combination b Upper basket (depending on model) g Salt reservoir c Middle spray arm h Data plate d Aeration valve i Rinse aid reservoir e Bottom spray arm j Detergent compartment...
  • Page 18: Control Field

    Machine description Control field a Program selection e  Timer sensor button For selecting a later program start.  = Short f OK sensor button  = Universal To select menu options and values displayed.  = Intensive To confirm messages. ...
  • Page 19: Display Functions

    Machine description The OK sensor button is used to con- Display functions firm a message or setting and also to The display is used to select or set the move to the next menu or another level. following: Under  Settings, a scroll bar  will ap- - the program pear in the right of the display.
  • Page 20: 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 21: Initial Commissioning

    Initial commissioning At the end of the program, if the Every dishwasher is tested at the fac- AutoOpen function is on, the door lock- tory. There will be residual water in the ing pins automatically retract. machine from this test. It is not an in- dication that the dishwasher has been To prevent a technical fault, do not used previously.
  • Page 22: Closing The Door

    Initial commissioning Closing the door Activating the safety lock  Insert the baskets. Use the safety lock to prevent children opening the dishwasher door. The door  Raise the door upwards until the can then only be opened by using a lot catch engages.
  • Page 23: Miele@Home

    - a Wi-Fi network Therefore, the availability of featured functions cannot be guaranteed. - a network solution from Miele, e.g., Miele@mobile app Miele@home availability - a Miele user account The ability to use the Miele@mobile...
  • Page 24: Basic Settings

    Turning on the dishwasher on the display.  Turn the dishwasher on using the  To set up Miele@home now, confirm  sensor button. by touching OK. The welcome screen will appear when Tip: To postpone setup until later, select...
  • Page 25: Setting The Time

    Initial commissioning Setting the time Setting water hardness The display changes to the screen for The time is updated automatically if a setting the water hardness. connection is established with the WiFi network. - The dishwasher must be pro- grammed to the correct water hard- The display will then change to the ness for your area.
  • Page 26: Reactivation Salt

    Initial commissioning Prompts will then appear in the display. Reactivation salt After confirming these prompts with In order to achieve good cleaning re- OK, the messages   Refill salt sults, the dishwasher needs to operate   Add rinse aid may appear. with soft water.
  • Page 27: Refilling The Salt

    Initial commissioning Refilling the salt Before filling the salt reservoir for the first time, you must fill it with approx.  When the refill reminder   Refill salt 2 l of water to enable the salt to dis- appears in the display, wait until the solve.
  • Page 28: Rinse Aid

    Initial commissioning Rinse aid If you only ever wish to use combina- tion detergent products in your dish- Rinse aid is necessary to ensure that washer, you do not need to add rinse water does not cling and leave marks aid.
  • Page 29: Adding Rinse Aid

    Initial commissioning  Close the lid firmly until you hear it Adding rinse aid click into place. Otherwise, water can enter the rinse aid reservoir during a program.  Wipe up any spilled rinse aid. This prevents excess foam developing during the next program.
  • Page 30: Caring For The Environment

    Caring for the environment - Select the  Economy program for Energy-saving dishwashing energy-saving dishwashing. This pro- This dishwasher is exceptionally eco- gram is the most efficient in terms of nomical in its use of water and electric- its combined energy and water con- ity.
  • Page 31: Ecofeedback Consumption Display

    Caring for the environment 2. Displaying consumption EcoFeedback consumption display At the end of the program, you can call up the actual water consumption for the The “Consumption” function is used for program that has just been run. calling up information about the water consumption of your dishwasher (see ...
  • Page 32: Loading The Dishwasher

    Loading the dishwasher - The spray arms must not be blocked General information by items which are too tall or hang Remove coarse food residues from through the baskets. Test for free dishes. movement by manually rotating the spray arms. There is no need to pre-rinse items un- der running water.
  • Page 33 Loading the dishwasher Wash items not suitable for dish-  Damage due to caustic alkaline washers: detergents. - Wooden cutlery and dishes or items Aluminum parts (e.g., the grease fil- with wooden parts. These may dis- ters of ventilation hoods) can be color and fade.
  • Page 34: Upper Basket

    Loading the dishwasher Loading the FlexCare cup rack Upper basket You can put cups, small bowls, and flat See “Loading examples” under “Load- dishes on the FlexCare cup rack. ing the dishwasher” for examples of Glasses can be arranged along the cup how to load dishware and utensils.
  • Page 35 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 in the cup rack can accommodate larger cups and so are specially designed to hold tall that taller items can be placed under-...
  • Page 36 Loading the dishwasher Lowering the spikes On both right-hand rows of spikes, you can lower every other spike to make it easier to arrange larger dishes, like ce- real bowls.  Press the yellow lever downwards , and then lower the dark gray spikes .
  • Page 37: Adjusting The Upper Basket

    Loading the dishwasher To raise the upper basket: Adjusting the upper basket  Lift the basket until it clicks into In order to gain more space for taller place. items, the upper basket can be ad- justed on 3 levels with 3/4 inches (2 cm) To lower the upper basket: between each level.
  • Page 38: Lower Basket

    Loading the dishwasher Lowering the spikes Lower basket The spikes at the front are used for See “Loading examples” under “Load- washing plates, soup bowls, platters, ing the dishwasher” for examples of dessert bowls, and saucers. how to load dishware and utensils. The spikes can be lowered to make Loading the lower basket more room for large items, e.g., pots,...
  • Page 39 Loading the dishwasher Loading the FlexCare glass holder The MultiClips enable you to fasten with MultiClips wash light items such as those made from plastic onto the glass holder. The silicone elements in the glass holder provide a stable and secure hold for delicate stemware.
  • Page 40 Loading the dishwasher Loading the glassware rail Lowering the bottle holder This rail is designed to hold tall glasses The bottle holder can be used to keep and glasses with stems securely. narrow items such as milk and baby bottles secure during a program. ...
  • Page 41: Cutlery

    Loading the dishwasher Cutlery Cutlery basket (depending on model)  Fit it onto the cutlery basket if re- quired. The cutlery basket can be placed any- where on the front rows of spikes in the lower basket.  To avoid the risk of injury, knives and forks should be placed with the han- dles upwards in the basket.
  • Page 42: Loading Examples

    Loading the dishwasher Loading examples Loading for 10 standard place settings with cutlery basket Lower basket Upper basket Cutlery basket...
  • Page 43 Loading the dishwasher Loading for 13 standard place settings with cutlery basket Upper basket Lower basket Cutlery basket...
  • Page 44: Detergents

    Keep children away from detergents. Miele@mobile app or the Miele website: Detergent residues could still be present in the machine. Keep chil- dren away from the dishwasher when the door is open.
  • Page 45: Dispensing Detergent

    Suitable detergent tabs are available They also indicate the approximate fill from the Miele range. When using level in grams for powder detergents, combination detergents (tabs that of- depending on the manufacturer and the fer rinse aid and water softening ef- coarseness.
  • Page 46: Adding Detergent

    Detergents Adding detergent The detergent must not cause the detergent-compartment lid to get stuck. This can prevent the lid from opening during the program. Do not overfill the detergent com- partment.  Ensure that the detergent packaging is properly closed after use. This pre- vents the detergent from getting damp and clumping together.
  • Page 47: Operation

    Operation Turning on the dishwasher Selecting a program  Make sure the spray arms can rotate Choose your program according to the freely. type of dishware and the degree of soil- ing.  Close the door. The different programs and their uses ...
  • Page 48: Display Of Program Cycle Time

    Operation Display of program cycle time Starting a program  Touch the Start sensor button. The estimated duration of the selected program appears in the display before Confirm the previously displayed the program starts. During the program, messages with OK. the time left until the end of the program The program starts.
  • Page 49: Program End

    Operation Program end Energy management The audible signal might sound at the To save energy, the dishwasher will turn end of the program. off automatically 10 minutes after the last time a sensor button is pressed or The program has ended when the dis- after the end of a program.
  • Page 50: Turning Off The Dishwasher

    Operation Turning off the dishwasher Unloading the dishwasher  The dishwasher can be turned off at Dishes tend to break and chip more any time using the  sensor button. easily when they are hot. Allow the dishes to cool until they are comfortable You can also stop an ongoing timer by enough to handle before unloading turning off the dishwasher.
  • Page 51: Interrupting A Program

    Operation Interrupting a program Canceling or changing a pro- gram A program will be interrupted as soon as the door is opened. If a program is canceled, important program stages may be missed. When the door is closed again, the query Continue with Start appears in the...
  • Page 52: Options

    Options Countdown indicator  Options The Countdown indicator  option is Options can be selected and dese- selected as standard and displays the lected using the appropriate buttons time remaining until the end of the pro- and the display before starting the pro- gram.
  • Page 53: Timer

    After you have activated the timer, all the displays will turn off after a few minutes to save energy. To turn the display back on for a few minutes, press the  sensor button. You can also activate a timer via the Miele@mobile app.
  • Page 54 Options Setting “Start at” Setting “Finish at” With the Start at function, you set the Use the Finish at function to set the lat- exact time at which you want the pro- est time by which the program selected gram to start. has to be finished.
  • Page 55 Timer  menu will no longer show the within the time set. EcoStart function but will instead show SmartStart (see “Miele@home” under  Use the  sensor buttons to enter “Settings”). the hour and confirm your entry with If your energy provider offers this ser-...
  • Page 56  sensor button will go out, and Turning the dishwasher off while a timer the Start sensor button will light up. is running stops the timer. You can also change the time set for the timer or delete it using the Miele@mobile app.
  • Page 57: Activating Remote Start

    You can start your dishwasher remotely ing the  sensor button. The option using the Miele@mobile app. To do this, will also remain active if you turn the you first need to install the app on your...
  • Page 58: Program Chart

    Program chart Program Application Detergents The following dosages are based on Miele detergents. Please follow manufacturer’s instructions. Detergent compartment   For fresh, non-sticky food residues. 20–25 g QuickIntense- or 1 detergent tab Wash  For normal, slightly dried food residues. 20–25 g...
  • Page 59 Program chart Program cycle Pre-rinse Main wash Interim rinse Final rinse Drying AutoOpen 140-150°F (60– 150°F (65°C) 40 s 65°C) 20 min 30 s 1 min 150°F (65°C) 150°F (65°C) 6 min 3 min 30 min 2 min 167°F (75°C) 150°F (65°C) 6 min 6 min 3 min 30 min 2 min 122°F (50°C) 140°F (60°C) 6 min 1 min...
  • Page 60 Program chart Program Consumption Duration Electrical energy Water Cold water Hot water Cold water Hot water 60°F (15°C) 130°F (55°C) 60°F (15°C) 130°F (55°C) 1.4 kW 4.0 kW 1.4 kW 4.0 kW 1.4 kW 4.0 kW 1.4 kW 4.0 kW 1.4 kW 4.0 kW  QuickIn- 1.5 kW 1.4 kW 0.9 kWh 3.9 gal (14.7 l) 80 min 33 min 52 min...
  • Page 61: Cleaning And Care

    To prolong the service life of the dish- scratching. Contact with unsuitable washer, maintenance should be carried cleaning agents can alter or discolor out at least once a year by Miele Cus- the external surfaces. tomer Service. Only use cleaning agents formulated Maintenance covers the following: for use on the relevant surfaces.
  • Page 62: Cleaning The Door And The Door Seal

    Cleaning and care To avoid damaging the external sur- Cleaning the door and the door faces, do not use the following: seal - cleaning agents containing soda, am- The door seal and the sides of the dish- monia, acids, or chloride washer door are not accessed and cleaned by the spray arm jets.
  • Page 63: 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 reg- ularly (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 64 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 65: Checking The Filters In The Wash Cabinet

    Cleaning and care Checking the filters in the Cleaning the filters wash cabinet  Turn off the dishwasher. The filter combination in the base of the  Remove the lower spray arm (see wash cabinet retains coarse soil from “Cleaning the spray arms” under the suds solution.
  • Page 66 Cleaning and care  In order to clean the inside of the fil-  Rotate the screw thread clockwise ter, pull the microfilter on the plastic until the arrow in the viewing window ring downwards and away from the points to the lock symbol . filter combination.
  • Page 67: Cleaning The Water-Inlet Filter

    Cleaning and care Cleaning the water-inlet filter A filter is incorporated in the screw con- nection to protect the water-intake valve. If the filter is soiled, insufficient water flows into the wash cabinet.  Risk of electric shock from volt- age.
  • Page 68: Cleaning The Drain Pump

    Cleaning and care Cleaning the drain pump If water remains in the wash cabinet af- ter the end of a program, the water has not been pumped away. The drain pump may be blocked by foreign ob- jects. These foreign objects are easy to remove.
  • Page 69 Cleaning and care  Damage due to incorrect clean- ing. The components are delicate and can be damaged during cleaning. Take care when cleaning the drain pump. The drain pump (see arrow) is under- neath the cover.  Risk of injury from glass splin- ters.
  • Page 70: Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently asked questions With the aid of the following guide, most minor problems can be corrected without contacting Miele. You can save time and money in many cases, as you do not need to contact Miele Customer Service. The following guide should help you to find the reason for a malfunction or fault, and to correct it.
  • Page 71: Fault Messages

     Restart the desired program. If the fault message appears again, there is a techni- cal fault.  Turn off the dishwasher.  Close the faucet.  Contact Miele Customer Service. The Waterproof system has reacted.    Waterproof  Turn off the dishwasher.
  • Page 72: Door Release

    “Before using for the first time”) and turn the dishwasher back on again.  If the same fault message appears again, contact Miele Customer Service. The door locking pins do not retract after the door is opened. There may be a technical fault.
  • Page 73: Water Intake Fault

     The on-site connection for the water drain may be too low and you will need to raise the water drain (see “Hose installation” under “Installation”). A technical fault has occurred.    Fault F18  Turn off the dishwasher.  Close the faucet.  Contact Miele Customer Service.
  • Page 74: Water Drainage Fault

    Frequently asked questions Water drainage fault Problem Possible cause and solution The alarm tone is Before remedying the fault: sounding.  Turn off the dishwasher. The following message Water-drainage fault. appears on the display: There might be water in the wash cabinet.  ...
  • Page 75: General Dishwasher Problems

     Turn the lighting back on again (see “BrilliantLight” opened. under “Settings”). Faulty wash cabinet lighting.  Contact Miele Technical Service. Detergent residue is left The detergent compartment was still damp when de- in the detergent com- tergent was added.
  • Page 76: Noises

    Frequently asked questions Noises Problem Possible cause and solution There is a knocking A spray arm is knocking against a wash item. noise in the wash cabi-  Carefully open the door and rearrange the wash net. items that are obstructing the spray arm. There is a rattling noise Wash items are not secure in the wash cabinet.
  • Page 77: Poor Cleaning Results

    Frequently asked questions Poor cleaning results Problem Possible cause and solution The dishes are not The dishes were not loaded correctly. clean.  See notes under “Loading the dishwasher”. The program was not powerful enough.  Select a more powerful program (see “Program overview”).
  • Page 78 Frequently asked questions Problem Possible cause and solution The dishware is not dry The rinse-aid dosage is set too low or the rinse-aid or utensils and glasses reservoir is empty. are flecked.  Replenish the reservoir, increase the dosage, or change the brand of rinse aid (see “Rinse aid”...
  • Page 79 Frequently asked questions Problem Possible cause and solution White residue is visible The rinse aid dosage is set too low. on the dishes. Clouding  Increase the dosage (see “Rinse aid” under “Set- has occurred on glass- tings”). ware and cutlery. The The salt reservoir is empty.
  • Page 80: Miele Service

    Service can be found at the end of this document. Please quote the model and serial num- ber of your dishwasher when contacting Miele. These can be found on the data plate along the right edge of the open door. Program updates...
  • Page 81: Installation Instructions

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Please refer to the Installation Diagram supplied with these instructions. To comply with IEC sound testing protocols, please contact Miele for additional instructions. Information is subject to change. Please refer to our website to obtain the most current product specification, technical & warranty information.
  • Page 82: Electrical Connection

    Electrical connection the machine.  All work on the electrical con- The conversion diagram is attached to nection must be carried out by Miele the electrical connection toe-kick panel. Customer Service, an authorized Miele dealer, or a qualified electri- Grounding connection cian.
  • Page 83: Plumbing

    The Miele Waterproof system the connection point) must be be- Provided your dishwasher has been in- tween 7.3 and 145 psi (50 and stalled correctly, the Miele Waterproof 1000 kPa). system will provide extensive protection If the water pressure is lower than...
  • Page 84 *INSTALLATION* Plumbing  To avoid any damage to the ma- chine, the dishwasher must only be connected to fully vented pipework.  The intake hose must not be shortened or damaged in any way as it contains electrical components (see illustration).
  • Page 85: Connecting The Water Drainage System

    *INSTALLATION* Plumbing Hose installation when water Connecting the water drainage drainage is low system If the on-site water drainage connection - The machine drainage system has a is situated lower than the guide path for non-return valve, which prevents dirty the lower basket rollers in the door, the water from flowing back into the water drain hose must be installed at...
  • Page 86: Technical Details

    Capacity 13 place settings Noise emission values Sound power in LwA 48 dB (A) Sound pressure in LpA 35.1 dB (A) Test certificates awarded CSA, UL 921, UL 749, Energy Star Manufacturer’s address Miele & Cie. KG, Carl-Miele-Straße 29, 33332 Gütersloh, Germany...
  • Page 87: Settings

    Settings  Changing settings You can alter the dishwasher’s con- trols to suit changing requirements by  Use the  sensor buttons to select adjusting the settings. the menu option you want to change and confirm your selection with OK. The settings can be altered at any time.
  • Page 88: Language

    Settings  Language  Time of day The display can be set to appear in one The current time of day must be set be- of several different languages. fore 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 89: Water Hardness

    Settings  Water hardness °d mmol/l Display Your dishwasher is fitted with a water softener. - The dishwasher must be pro- grammed to the correct water hard- ness for your area. - Your local water authority will be able to advise you of the water hardness level in your area.
  • Page 90: Rinse Aid

    This will increase the energy consump- dishware and glassware: tion, even when the dishwasher is turned off. - Decrease the rinse-aid dosage. The Settings and Miele@home settings Temperature unit menus will be added as additional The temperature can be displayed in menu options.
  • Page 91 Settings  Setting up Miele@home Connect using App You can connect your dishwasher to You can connect the dishwasher to the your network using WPS or via the app. Miele@mobile app. The apps are available to download free Connect using WPS ®...
  • Page 92 In the Miele@home menu, the Activate menu option will now be displayed in- - Set up a Miele@home network with stead of Deactivate other WiFi-enabled Miele appliances Activate If you wish to connect your dishwasher to your WiFi network, you can turn on the WiFi module.
  • Page 93 Settings  Displaying Connection status Network configuration You can call up the current connection You can use this menu option to reset status of your dishwasher. all WiFi module settings (if available) to the factory default settings.  Select the Connection status menu op- tion and confirm with OK.
  • Page 94: Remote Control

    Even if the Remote control option is stalled automatically. They must be initi- turned off, you can use Miele@mobile to ated manually. call up information about your machine. However, you cannot start any pro- If you do not install an update, you can grams or change any settings from it.
  • Page 95: Smartstart

    - Do not turn the dishwasher off during the update. Otherwise, the update will be aborted and will not be in- stalled. - Some software updates can only be carried out by Miele Customer Ser- vice.
  • Page 96: 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-rate most economical way, you can use the time. EcoStart option to take advantage of your electricity supplier’s cheaper en- ...
  • Page 97 Settings  Changing the electricity rate times Deleting the electricity-rate times You can change the start, finish, or pri- You can delete the settings for an elec- ority of an electricity rate time. tricity-rate time and in doing so deacti- vate the EcoStart option for this time...
  • Page 98: Consumption (Ecofeedback)

    Settings  Consumption (EcoFeedback) Display brightness You can set whether the water con- You can set the display brightness to sumption is displayed for the selected one of 7 different levels. program. This function shows the esti- mated consumption before a program sequence and the actual consumption after the end of the program.
  • Page 99: Volume

    The alarm tone that sounds when there is a fault cannot be deacti- If you only ever use combination deter- vated. gent products or AutoDos using Miele PowerDisks (if available), you can turn Audible signals off the refill reminders for reactivation salt and rinse aid if you wish.
  • Page 100: Autoopen

    Settings  AutoOpen BrilliantLight (depending on model) In some programs, the door automati- cally opens slightly to assist the drying This dishwasher is equipped with wash process. cabinet interior lighting. When the door is open, the lighting This function can be deactivated if you turns off automatically after 15 minutes.
  • Page 101: Factory Default

    You can reset all the machine settings to the factory default settings. WiFi module settings (where applicable) have to be reset separately (see “Miele@home” under “Settings”). Machine settings You can use this menu option to reset all dishwasher settings, except WiFi module settings, to the factory default settings.
  • Page 102: Sound Emission Tests

    Sound emission tests Prerequisites for sound emission tests Load the dishwasher with 13 standard place settings and use the ECO program. Setup for sound emission tests The dishwasher must be set up according to the following specifications.  Install the dishwasher into an analyzing unit. ...
  • Page 103 Sound emission tests  Push the provided fleece strips (depending on model) under the toe-kick until it is flush with the appliance feet .  Push the toe-kick into place in such a way that it is flush with the door front .
  • Page 104 Sound emission tests  Remove the protective film from the provided insulating strip (depending on model) .  Push the insulating strip into the front top edge of the toe-kick .
  • Page 108 Vaughan, ON L4K 4V8 Phone: 1-888-325-3957 Technical Service & Support Phone: 800-991-9380 Miele Professional Technical Service Phone: 1-888-325-3957 Manufacturer: Miele & Cie. KG Carl-Miele-Straße 29, 33332 Gütersloh, Germany 2021-10-07 GG11 M.-Nr. 11 673 620 / 00...

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