Miele PDR 914 HP Operating And Installation Instructions

Miele PDR 914 HP Operating And Installation Instructions

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Operating and installation instructions
Commercial heat-pump dryers
PDR 914/918/922 HP
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the
machine, it is essential to read these instruc-
tions before it is installed and used for the first
M.-Nr. 11 864 650


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  • Page 1 Operating and installation instructions Commercial heat-pump dryers PDR 914/918/922 HP To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the en-GB machine, it is essential to read these instruc- tions before it is installed and used for the first time. M.-Nr. 11 864 650...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Caring for the environment .................... Warning and Safety instructions ................... Appropriate use ......................... Foreseeable misuse......................Technical safety......................... Correct use........................10 Accessories ........................11 Operating the tumble dryer .................... 12 Control panel ........................12 Sensor controls and touch display with sensor controls ..........13 Main menu.........................
  • Page 3 Contents Timer ..........................25 Prerequisite for setting the timer ................... 25 Setting the timer ......................25 Cleaning and maintenance..................... 26 Cleaning the fluff filter ....................... 26 Tumble dryer........................27 Heat exchanger ......................... 28 Problem solving guide ....................30 Service..........................30 Customer Service Department ..................
  • Page 4 Additional fan ........................ 54 Pressure sensor......................54 Peak load signal ......................54 Peak load prevention..................... 55 COM module selection....................55 Availability of Miele digital products ................55 WiFi / LAN ........................55 Network time ......................... 56 Remote .......................... 56 Remote Update ......................56 Machine parameters......................
  • Page 5 Contents Technical data........................58 Technical data ........................58 EU declaration of conformity..................... 58...
  • Page 6: Caring For The Environment

    Caring for the environment Disposal of the packing material The packaging is designed to protect the appliance from damage during transportation. The packaging materials used are selected from materials which are environmentally friendly for disposal and should be recycled. Recycling the packaging reduces the use of raw materials in the man- ufacturing process and also reduces the amount of waste in landfill sites.
  • Page 7: Warning And Safety Instructions

    If using, do so at your own risk, and follow the instructions provided on the packaging. Any other applications may be dangerous. Miele cannot be held liable for dam- age resulting from incorrect or improper use or operation.
  • Page 8: Foreseeable Misuse

    Any uses other than those listed above are prohibited. The manufacturer accepts no li- ability in such cases. Foreseeable misuse  Do not make any alterations to the tumble dryer, unless authorised to do so by Miele.  Do not use a pressure washer or water jet to clean the tumble dryer. ...
  • Page 9: Technical Safety

    The electrical safety of this tumble dryer can only be guaranteed when correctly earthed. It is essential that this standard safety requirement is observed and regularly tested. If in any doubt, please have the electrical installation inspected by a specialist. Miele cannot be held liable for the consequences of an inadequate earthing system.
  • Page 10: Correct Use

    Ensure that no closeable door, sliding door or an oppositely hinged door is installed that would hinder the drum door being opened in any way.  If the mains connection cable is faulty it must always be replaced by a Miele authorised technician to protect the user from danger. Correct use ...
  • Page 11: Accessories

     Make sure that you order the correct plinth for this tumble dryer (available from Miele as an optional accessory).  Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by non-compliance with these Warn-...
  • Page 12: Operating The Tumble Dryer

    Operating the tumble dryer Control panel  sensor control For selecting the current user language At the end of the programme, the language is automatically reset to the language set at the supervisor level.  sensor control Takes you back one level in the menu. Touch display / sensor control For starting the selected drying programme and cancelling a programme once it has...
  • Page 13: Sensor Controls And Touch Display With Sensor Controls

    Operating the tumble dryer Sensor controls and touch display with sensor controls The sensor controls ,  and Start/Stop and the sensor controls in the display re- spond to finger tip contact. Every touch of a sensor control is confirmed with an audible keypad tone.
  • Page 14: Setting Numerical Values

    Operating the tumble dryer To scroll through the menu, place your finger on the touch display and move it left or  right. The orange scroll bar in the bottom display area shows that there are further options to choose from. To select the required drying programme, touch the programme name with your finger.
  • Page 15: Pull-Down Menu

    Operating the tumble dryer The numeric block will appear.  Clock display 12:00  To enter the numerical value, touch the numbers on the right-hand side and then confirm  with OK. Pull-down menu The pull-down menu can be used to display information (e.g. about a drying programme). ...
  • Page 16: Initial Commissioning

    Some settings can only be modified during the initial commissioning process. After that, they can only be changed by the Miele Customer Service Department. These settings are also described under “Supervisor level”. Switching on the tumble dryer Press the  button.
  • Page 17: Reference To Optional External Devices

    Initial commissioning Reference to optional external devices Before initial commissioning, connect the Connector box or slide a communication module into the slot on the back of the tumble dryer. For this purpose, the tumble dryer must be disconnected from the power supply.
  • Page 18: Selecting Programme Packages

    “Supervisor level” chapter. You can only make these settings during initial commissioning. If you wish to change the set- tings after the commissioning process, please contact the Miele Cus- tomer Service Department. If you do not wish to set up a payment device, you can skip this step.
  • Page 19: Completing The Initial Commissioning Process

    Initial commissioning Payment system 11:02 Skipping payment device set-up No payment Timed COM module system operation Programme Timed op. + control impul.counter No payment system Touch the  sensor control.  Touch to confirm.  The display will change to the next setting. Completing the initial commissioning process The commissioning process is complete when a programme lasting longer than 10 minutes has been carried out in full.
  • Page 20: Drying

    Drying 1. Notes on correct laundry care Washing Heavily soiled laundry must be washed particularly thoroughly. Use sufficient detergent and select a high wash temperature. If in doubt, wash the items several times. New, coloured items must be washed thoroughly and separately. Do not dry these items with light coloured garments.
  • Page 21: Loading The Tumble Dryer

    Drying 2. Loading the tumble dryer Loading laundry Preventing damage to fabrics. into the tumble Before loading, read chapter “1. Notes on correct laundry care” dryer first. Open the door.  Load laundry into the tumble dryer.  Risk of damage with laundry getting trapped. Laundry can be damaged by getting trapped when closing the door.
  • Page 22: Selecting A Programme

    Drying 3. Selecting a programme Switching on the Press the  button.  tumble dryer The welcome screen will light up. There are different ways to select a drying programme in the main menu.  11:02    Programmes Favourites Supervisor Help Touch the  ...
  • Page 23: Selecting Programme Settings

    Drying With your finger, swipe to the left until you reach the required pro-  gramme. Touch the required programme.  The display will change to the standard menu for that drying pro- gramme. 4. Selecting programme settings Select the drying With many programmes, you can change the preset drying level.
  • Page 24: Starting A Programme

    Drying 5. Starting a programme Payment device If your machine is connected to a payment device, the amount of (optional) payment required will appear in the display. Money may be lost if the drum door is opened or the programme is cancelled.
  • Page 25: End Of The Programme

    Drying vary or “jump”. The tumble dryer’s electronic module adapts during the ongoing drying programme. The displayed programme running time becomes more and more accurate. When using the programmes for the first time, the displayed time sometimes deviates significantly from the real time left. The differ- ence between the estimated and achieved time becomes smaller if the corresponding programme is run more often.
  • Page 26: Cleaning And Maintenance

    Cleaning and maintenance Cleaning the fluff filter  Risk of fire if the tumble dryer is operated without a fluff filter. If there is no fluff filter, the air channels, heating elements and vent ducting can become clogged during drying and may catch fire. The fluff filter must not be removed for cleaning.
  • Page 27: Tumble Dryer

    Clean the louvres using a brush or vacuum cleaner.  Then re-cover the air intake vent.  Miele Service must check the interior of the tumble dryer and the impellers in the ventila- tion openings for fluff deposits once per year and clean the machine if necessary.
  • Page 28: Heat Exchanger

    Cleaning and maintenance Heat exchanger While the heat-pump is running, fluff, cleaning agent residue and other components con- tained in the steam collect in the heat exchangers. Soiling of the heat exchangers reduces heat transfer to the air and minimises the efficiency of the system. The heat exchangers must therefore be checked and cleaned at regular intervals.
  • Page 29 ter der Wartungsklappe) erlaubt. Für den Trockner Verunreinigungen. Sie verhindern dadurch ein Ver- und die weiteren Teile ist eine Reinigung mit Was- stopfen des Ablaufes. ser nicht zulässig. Lebensgefahr durch elektri- Achten Sie darauf, dass die Lamellen sich nicht ver- schen Schlag! Cleaning and maintenance biegen oder beschädigt werden.
  • Page 30: Problem Solving Guide

    Please also pass on the error message appearing in the display to the Service Department. Use only genuine Miele original spare parts. The Service Department will also require model, serial number (SN) and material number (mat. no.) in this case.
  • Page 31 Problem solving guide Additional technical data for the machine is given on the data plate affixed to the rear wall of the machine.
  • Page 32: Customer Service Department

    Customer Service Department Contact in case of malfunction In the event of any faults which you cannot remedy yourself, please contact your Miele Dealer or Miele Service. Contact information for Miele Service can be found at the end of this document.
  • Page 33: Installation

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Installation requirements The heat-pump dryer must only be installed and commissioned by a Miele Service engineer or a Miele-authorised Service dealer.  The heat-pump dryer must be installed in accordance with all rel- evant regulations and applicable standards. ...
  • Page 34: Installing The Heat-Pump

    *INSTALLATION* Installation At the next installation site, the tumble dryer and the heat pump must be lifted off the transport pallet using suitable lifting gear. Installing the heat-pump Before the heat-pump dryer is used for the first time, the tumble dryer and heat-pump must be connected with one another.
  • Page 35 *INSTALLATION* Installation Position the tumble dryer in front of the heat-pump air openings.  Align the tumble dryer and heat-pump above the machine feet hori-  zontally and parallel to one another. Tilt the heat-pump backwards slightly and move the tumble dryer ...
  • Page 36: Installation

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Tumble dryer Heat-pump The clamping lug connects the heat-pump to the tumble dryer. Once this step is complete, the tumble dryer should no longer be able to move away. Put the tumble dryer lid on top of the tumble dryer and clamp the ...
  • Page 37 *INSTALLATION* Installation 1400 mm 906 mm PDR 914: 1210 mm / PDR 918: 1413 mm / PDR 922: 1522 mm To facilitate any future maintenance work, a maintenance corridor  with a width of at least 500 mm must be set up behind the machine and must be accessible at all times. The distance between the ma- chine and any walls must not fall below the specified minimum val- ues.
  • Page 38: Securing The Machine

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Securing the machine The tumble dryer must be secured to the floor by fitting the tension-  ing strips supplied over the machine feet. Fittings supplied are for bolting the machine to a concrete floor. For other types of flooring, please purchase suitable fastening materials separately.
  • Page 39 If more than one voltage is specified on the data plate, the tumble dryer can be converted for connection to the relevant input voltage. This conversion must be performed by the Miele Customer Service Department or by an authorised dealer. During the conversion, the wiring instructions given on the wiring diagram must be followed.
  • Page 40: Air Intake Vent

    *INSTALLATION* Installation Supply air (air intake vent) Condensate drainage Air intake vent During tumble dryer operation, the installation site must constantly be supplied with sufficient cool, fresh air. If the ambient temperature fre- quently exceeds 45 °C, the cooling circuit in the heat-pump must be connected to external air intake and outlet vent ducting to ensure that heat-pump functionality is not impaired.
  • Page 41 *INSTALLATION* Installation  Risk of electric shock and injury due to using the tumble dryer without the complete casing. If the casing is dismantled, it is possible to come into contact with live or rotating machine parts. Once the tumble dryer has been installed, replace all the casing parts that were removed.
  • Page 42: Optional Accessories

    Optional accessories  Accessory parts may only be fitted when expressly approved by Miele. If other parts are used, warranty, performance and product liability claims will be invalidated. Connector Box The optional Connector Box allows external hardware from Miele and other suppliers to be connected to the Miele Professional machine.
  • Page 43: Copyrights And Licences

    Optional accessories Copyrights and licences For the purpose of operating and controlling the communication module, Miele uses pro- prietary or third-party software that is not covered by open source licensing terms. These items of software/software components are protected by copyright. The copyright powers of Miele and third parties must be respected.
  • Page 44: Supervisor Level

    Be careful when entering a new code. You will need to inform Miele Service if you forget your new code. Miele Service will have to reset the code. Make a note of your new code and store it in a safe place.
  • Page 45: Set Languages

    Supervisor level International 6 languages are available. The  sensor control is not active. Note the setting Set lan- guages Language setting The  sensor control can be used to select a language. All languages are available (factory default). You can change the order of the first 4 languages. These slots are allocated to the most commonly used languages.
  • Page 46: Volume

    Supervisor level The date can be shown starting with the day, month or year. Date The date is set. Volume The volume for various sounds can be changed. The volume can be changed for the following tones: Finish tone The finish tone signals the end of the drying programme. Keypad tone Welcome tone Fault alarm...
  • Page 47: Machine Off Status

    Supervisor level Logo (10 min.) Not curr.prog. The display will remain on during the programme sequence but the logo will light up 10 minutes after the end of the programme. On after 10 min. - Factory default: The display is switched off after 10 minutes. On (30 min.) Not curr.prog.
  • Page 48: Logo

    Supervisor level - lb Logo You can choose whether the “Miele Professional” logo or your own logo appears in the display. For the Controls setting, the Laundrette Logo Laundrette Logo int. time Laundrette Logo ext. time option must be selected.
  • Page 49: Programme Packages

    Supervisor level 12 programmes are available. Favourite programmes Under , you can set which 12 programmes to select/modify. Laundrette Logo ext. time 4 timed drying programmes* with different temperature levels are time-controlled via an external payment system. The set value indicates the programme running time and cannot be modified by the user. * The maximum programme running time is specified during initial commissioning.
  • Page 50: Special Programmes

    Supervisor level Special programmes You can put together 5 special residual moisture or time-controlled programmes and as- sign your own programme names. First, enter the programme name. Select the special programme you want to change.  Save as menu opens. Use the letters and symbols below the line to enter the name. ...
  • Page 51: Sort Programmes

    Supervisor level Temperature  (Process air): cold – 75 °C Cooling down temperature  (Process air): 40–55 °C Drum rotation, main direction – 20–600 seconds – Pause: 2–15 seconds Drum reversal – 20–600 seconds Anti-crease Drum rotation, main direction – 0–500 seconds – Drum reversal 0–500 seconds Pause – 100–300 seconds Sort programmes Programmes can be moved within the programme list and in the Favourites list.
  • Page 52: Drying Levels

    If the message appears on the display even though the fluff filter is clean, the vent ducting is regarded as borderline. Miele recommends improving the vent ducting. Poor vent duct- ing will result in longer programme running times and greater energy consumption.
  • Page 53: Clean The Filters

    Supervisor level Clean out the airways This reminder, which you can configure, is displayed: The reminder does not appear. However, if there is a very severe blockage in the ducting, the programme will be cancelled regardless of this option. Heavy The reminder only appears when there is a heavy build-up of fluff.
  • Page 54: External Applications

    Supervisor level External applications External exhaust flap External hardware is connected via the Miele Connector Box. The time delay between the external exhaust air flap's activation point and the switch-on time for the drum/fan motor is regulated. A message appears in the display while the exhaust air flap is open.
  • Page 55: Peak Load Prevention

    External module An XKM module is inserted into the module slot. Availability of Miele digital products The ability of Miele digital products depends on the availability of the services in your country. The different services are not available in all countries.
  • Page 56: Network Time

    If you do not install a RemoteUpdate, you can continue to use your tumble dryer in the usual way. However, Miele recommends installing RemoteUpdates. Miele’s RemoteUpdate function can only be used if the tumble dryer is connected to a WiFi/LAN network and you have an account in the Miele Professional app. The tumble dryer must be registered in the app.
  • Page 57: Machine Parameters

    You can view information here. Copyright and licences For the purpose of operating and controlling the machine, Miele uses proprietary or third- party software that is not covered by open source licensing conditions. This software/these software components are protected by copyright. The copyrights held by Miele and third parties must be respected.
  • Page 58 Maximum transmission power < 100 mW EU declaration of conformity Miele hereby declares that this PT 015 tumble dryer complies with Directive 2014/53/EU. The complete text of the EU declaration of conformity is available from one of the following Internet addresses: - Under “Products”, “Download” at www.miele.de/professional/index.htm - Or go to http://www.miele.de/professional/gebrauchsanweisungen-177.htm and enter...
  • Page 60 United Kingdom Malaysia Miele Sdn Bhd Miele Co. Ltd., Fairacres, Marcham Road Suite 12-2, Level 12 Abingdon, Oxon, OX14 1TW Menara Sapura Kencana Petroleum Professional Sales, Tel: 0845 365 6608 Solaris Dutamas No. 1, Jalan Dutamas 1 E-mail: professional@miele.co.uk 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Internet: www.miele.co.uk/professional...

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