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Miele W 1930 WASHING MACHINE Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating instructions
W 1930
To prevent accidents
and machine damage,
read these Operating Instructions
before installation or use.
M.-Nr. 05 047 720



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  • Page 1 Operating instructions Washer W 1930 To prevent accidents and machine damage, read these Operating Instructions before installation or use. M.-Nr. 05 047 720...
  • Page 2 Important safety instructions ........
  • Page 3: Guide To The Machine

    Guide to the machine a Supply cable g Access panel for drain pump and fil- b High pressure intake hoses h Four height adjustable feet c Flexible drain hose, with detachable i Panel for emergency door release swivel elbow (door hinged right) and for drainage...
  • Page 4 SPIN SPEED SELECTOR switch. c "Door" button; opens the drum door. g PROGRAM SEQUENCE indicators (LED indicator lamps). d "ON/OFF" button; h PROGRAM SELECTOR switch. Turns the machine on and off or inter- rupts a program. The "On" lamp illu- minates.
  • Page 5: Important Safety Instructions

    3. Do not allow children to play on or in the appliance. Close supervision is SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS necessary when the appliance is used near children.
  • Page 6: Help Protect Our Environment

    Rather than throwing these materials before you use your new machine for away, please take them to your commu- the first time, or if it has been in storage nity recycling center. for more than a few weeks between uses.
  • Page 7: Optimal Usage

    Optimal usage Economy The key to good wash results is finding the correct combination of detergent To conserve energy, remember the fol- and temperature, and then allowing the lowing tips: washing machine to optimize their us- – The automatic load control feature age through its programming.
  • Page 8: Preparing The Laundry

    ^ Sort the laundry Only wash items that are labeled ma- chine washable by the manufacturer. Some garments will have a Fabric care label in the collar or side seam. If so, sort the laundry by care label and color.
  • Page 9 The program selector can be turned to the left or the right. COTTONS... . 11 lbs (5.0 kg) PERMANENT PRESS. . . 4.5 lbs (2.0 kg) FINE/DELICATES ..2.0 lbs (1.0 kg) WOOLENS.
  • Page 10: End Of Program

    If the drum turns with the door open, contact the Miele Ser- vice Department. N Remove the wash. O Check the folds in the door seal for any small articles such as buttons or nails which may be lodged there.
  • Page 11: Changing The Program Sequence

    "Finish/Start" To continue the program, turn the ma- chine back on. As soon as the program sequence indi- cator lamp for the stage you wish to en- To change an incorrectly selected ter starts flashing: program: ^ Turn the program selector switch to ^ Turn the program selector switch to the desired program.
  • Page 12: Adding Detergent

    – Add the specified amount of water – If the laundry is not clean or if it is softener according to the manufac- gray or hard to the touch, add turer’s instructions.
  • Page 13: Adding Fabric Softener Or Starch

    Adding fabric softener or starch If fabric softener is desired, it will work At the end of the program a small more effectively and be gentler on the amount of water will normally remain in compartment p. A high water level in...
  • Page 14: Program Selection

    For white cotton lace and crocheted items, curtains and items. knits. WOOLENS cold Use detergents made specifically for wool. Reduce or turn off the spin For all machine wash- speed for "hand wash only" or able woolens and wool nonwool items. blends. Starch...
  • Page 15 Additional options Normal wash Rapid wash available cycle cycle 11 lbs – Pre-wash Available Available – Water plus – Gentle wash 4.5 lbs – Pre-wash Available Available – Water plus – Gentle wash 2 lbs – Pre-wash Available Available –...
  • Page 16: Program Sequence

    Additional water flows into the drum, and the suds are cooled slightly. Graduated rinse: The suds are cooled at the end of the wash cycle by incoming water, and drained in intervals. This minimizes the danger of creasing by avoiding sudden tempera- ture changes.
  • Page 17 In the program PERMANENT PRESS, WOOLENS and Fine rinse the spin speed is automatically limited to 900 rpm and in the FINE/DELICATES program to 600 rpm, even if the selector has been set to a higher speed. A lower speed can also be selected.
  • Page 18: Textile Care Symbols

    Textile care symbols Some clothing manufacture’s place tex- Hand wash tile care symbols on their products. The do not wash following is an explanation of some of apf dry clean only these symbols. do not dry clean Washing (°C) suitable for chlorine...
  • Page 19: Additional Options

    The required amount of detergent To operate: should be added to compartment i. A Push in the ON/OFF button to turn on the machine. "Water plus" B Push in the Pre-wash button if de- Slightly increases the water level, best sired.
  • Page 20 – The time delay reaches zero. hours and 30 minutes. Entering the start delay: – Press the button to the left of the "De- lay start" lamp as many times as nec- essary until the desired time delay appears. Each time the button is pressed, the delay will increase by 30 minutes.
  • Page 21: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care To clean the washing machine: ^ Clean the casing using a mild non- abrasive detergent or soap and water, and wipe dry with a soft cloth. ^ Clean the control panel with a damp cloth. ^ If necessary, the drum can be...
  • Page 22: Cleaning Drain Pump/Lint Trap

    If the machine does not drain completely, the lint trap should be checked to ensure that it is free of for- eign objects. ^ Place a 2 quart capacity container underneath the drain tube.
  • Page 23 Cleaning and care ^ Once the flow of water stops, remove the lint trap and clean it. ^ Clean the inside of the lint trap hous- ing. ^ Remove any foreign objects or lint. Remove any detergent deposits or for-...
  • Page 24: Cleaning The Water Inlet Filters

    The washing machine has two water in- take filters to protect the intake valves. ^ Unscrew the intake hose from the – one in the open end of the intake valve. hose. – and one where the hose is con- nected to the machine only to be cleaned by a technician.
  • Page 25: Problem Solving Guide

    Problem solving guide Any work done on the electrical components of this appliance should only be performed by a qualified technician in accordance with all local and na- tional codes and regulations. Unauthorized repairs may result in personal injury and machine damage.
  • Page 26 Go back to the program lamp is flashing? activated, and the pro- originally selected. gram has been changed..The wash is too wet The spin speed selected Select a higher spin after the final spin? was too low.
  • Page 27 Problem solving guide What to do if, . . . Cause . . . Remedy ..In spite of adequate A water inlet filter is Clean the water inlet fil- water supply, the water blocked.
  • Page 28 Problem solving guide What to do if, . . . Cause . . . Remedy ..Grey greasy parti- Insufficient detergent was – Add more detergent. cles cling to washed used to break down the –...
  • Page 29 The left water comes out, replace the stopper hand panel conceals the emergency in the end of the hose. drainage. ^ If there is a large amount of water in the machine this procedure will have to be repeated several times.
  • Page 30 Reaching into a moving drum is extremely dangerous. Door hinged right ^ Open the access panel on the right hand side of the plinth. ^ Using a spoon handle or similar im- plement, pull down the emergency door latch (see illustration).
  • Page 31: After Sales Service

    After sales service If problems occur that cannot be easily fixed, or if the appliance is under war- ranty, please contact: – The nearest Miele Technical Service Department (see back cover). When contacting the Technical Service Department, please have the model...
  • Page 32: Installation Instructions

    Please note: during the spin cycle than wooden ^ Do not lift the machine by the drum floors. door. Please note the following points: ^ Ensure that the machine feet and the...
  • Page 33 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 2. Turn the right shipping strut 90° 4. Plug the two holes with the plastic clockwise. caps provided. Movement of the machine without the shipping struts in place should be kept to a minimum. The shipping struts should be stored in a safe place for future use.
  • Page 34 Leveling the machine much as necessary by turning both To ensure smooth operation, it is es- the foot 1 as well as the locking ring 2 sential that the machine is level. to the left using a screwdriver (see il- lustration).
  • Page 35 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Building in This machine can be installed under a countertop either with or without a lid. If the lid is removed, the protective cover located underneath must be left in place. An optional UBS spacer kit (Part #1542631) can also be used to raise the machine an additional 2", if neces-...
  • Page 36 Height " " ing the 4 screws shown in the illustra- tion. Three are on the side of the door and one is on the bottom. Panels more than " thick require an additional adapter strip, Part # 3763550.
  • Page 37 Velcro is recommended for the mount- ing of the toekick. DO NOT screw the toekick into any portion of the washing machine.
  • Page 38 You can set the water hard- ^ Do not put any laundry in the ma- ness dial in the detergent dispenser as chine. a reminder.
  • Page 39: Plumbing Connections

    Drain connection Connect the cold water intake hose (blue mark) to the cold water valve and The 5 ft. (1.5 m) drain hose may be the hot water intake hose (red mark) to connected as follows: the hot water valve.
  • Page 40: Electrical Connection

    The washing machine is supplied with a least resistance for the electric current. 5 ft long, 4 wire cord, ending in a NEMA This appliance is equipped with a cord 14-30 P plug, ready for connection to a...
  • Page 41: Programmable Functions

    Extra water intake through cession. A new program can be se- compartment i lected as soon as the "On" lamp is the A 10 second water intake through com- only one remaining lit. partment i during the main wash can be added.
  • Page 42 Programmable functions Step 1: Turn off the machine, close the door, and release all pushbuttons. Set the Progam Selector Switch to "Finish/Start". Step 2: 4 seconds. ^ Press the "ON/OFF" button Step 3: ^ Press the "Water plus" button 4 times (i.e.
  • Page 43 Programmable functions Step 4: ^ Set the Program Se- Desired function: lector to "Fine rinse". High water level Continue with Step 5 to activate. ^ Set the Program Se- 5th rinse cycle lector to "Drain". Con- tinue with Step 5 to activate.
  • Page 44 Programmable functions ^ Set the Program Selec- Additional rinse in tor to "WOOLENS 85°". Continue with Step 5 Rapid wash to activate. Step 5: ^ Press the "Water plus" button twice (i.e. in and out once) to tog- gle the function "ON/OFF".
  • Page 45 ^ Perform Steps 1 to 4. Follow the same instructions given un- der "To activate the additional func- If the "Rinse 1-2" lamp lights, the pro- tions", steps 1 to 5. grammable function is active. When the "Rinse 1-2" lamp goes out;...
  • Page 46: Technical Data

    Height without lid ...." - 33" Width ......"...
  • Page 47 Drainage is via a 5 ft. long, 1 " OD hose. This washing machine is supplied with a 5 foot long cable with plug for con- nection to a 120/240 V (208 V) 60 Hz (3-pole-4 wire grounding) power sup- ply.
  • Page 48 Alteration rights reserved/005 1101 These instructions are printed on 100% unbleached, recycled paper are completely Biodegradable.

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