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Operating and Installation
Instructions
Coffee System
CVA 2662
en - US, CA
To prevent accidents
and appliance damage
read these instructions
before
installation or use.
M.-Nr. 07 357 080

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    Operating and Installation Instructions Coffee System CVA 2662 en - US, CA To prevent accidents and appliance damage read these instructions before installation or use. M.-Nr. 07 357 080...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS....... . . 4 Guide to the coffee system ......... . 8 Display .

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    Contents Installation instructions ......... . . 61 Caring for the environment .

  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS When using electrical appliances basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following: Read all instructions before installation or use of the coffee system. Proper use Please read these instructions This coffee system is for household carefully to prevent accidents and use only (up to 20 cups per day), for machine damage.

  • Page 5: Technical Safety

    Ensure that power is not Defective components should be supplied to the appliance while replaced by Miele original spare parts installation work, repairs or only. Only with these parts can the maintenance is performed. manufacturer guarantee the safety of Do not use an extension cord to the appliance.

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    Caution! Risk of burns when damaged in any manner. Contact dispensing hot beverages, they are Miele. extremely hot. Always attach the cord to the appliance first, then plug it into the wall outlet. To disconnect, turn the machine...

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    Never use a steam cleaner to clean the appliance. Pressurized steam could Only use the descaling tablets damage electrical components and provided by Miele and be sure to use cause a short circuit. the correct mixture of water and descaler. Otherwise appliance damage Clean the coffee system daily to may occur.

  • Page 8: Guide To The Coffee System

    Guide to the coffee system Front view On/Off s touch control Display Left arrow <, to scroll through program options OK touch control, to confirm selected program options and save settings Right arrow >, to scroll through program options r Drink selection touch control to select the beverage type (coffee or espresso) Door grip Plastic drip tray...

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    Guide to the coffee system Interior view Main Switch Capsule plate (replace with descaling funnel when descaling is performed) Brew unit Capsule carousel Carousel tray Water tank Drip tray with grid (with no-spill grid for transport) Waste container...

  • Page 10: Display

    Display Touch controls Display Select a touch control with your COSI o Espresso fingertip to use the machine. The main menu in the display shows the following symbols: Up to 5 different coffee types Steam Hot water User profile for up to 9 different users Maintenance program - rinse Maintenance program - descale...

  • Page 11: First Steps To Use

    First steps to use Before the first use Setting the clock ^ Tap < or > until the desired clock The appliance must be correctly format (12 or 24-hour clock) is installed and connected before the highlighted. Confirm with OK. first use.

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    First steps to use Filling lines with water Switching off ^ Select On/Off s to turn the coffee The appliance is drained completely before leaving the factory. Before the system off. first drink is prepared, you will need to When a coffee beverage is pump water into the lines.

  • Page 13: Filling Water And Coffee Capsules

    Filling water and coffee capsules The appliance should be cleaned before filling it with water and coffee capsules (see "Cleaning and care"). Be sure to set the water hardness (see "Settings - Water hardness"). Filling the water tank ^ Lift the water tank and pull it out The water tank should be washed and filled with fresh cold tap water before...

  • Page 14: Filling The Coffee Capsule Carousel

    Filling water and coffee capsules Filling the coffee capsule carousel Only insert Nespresso coffee capsules in the carousel. Damaged, broken or dented capsules should not be used they may jam in the machine. ^ Pull the carousel tray, , all the way There are five chambers, each can hold out.

  • Page 15: Allocating Various Coffee Types

    Allocating various coffee types Sixteen different Nespresso coffee Several options are now available: types are available for this coffee system (as well as occasional "Limited Select type Edition" blends). They differentiate in Allows you to select from the coffee terms of acidity, fruitness, bitterness types which have already been and roast.

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    Allocating various coffee types Saving an entry You can allocate up to 10 types of ^ When the entry is complete, use < or coffee. If you try to allocate more > to select OK. Confirm by pressing than 10 coffee types "Memory full" OK again.

  • Page 17: Making Coffee / Espresso

    Making coffee / espresso Pre-warming the cups Clean the coffee system daily to Pre-warming the cups allows the coffee prevent bacterial growth. All parts of to fully develop the flavor and aroma. the coffee system are dishwasher-safe except for the Use caution.

  • Page 18: Coffee And Espresso

    Making coffee / espresso Coffee and Espresso Double portion ^ Place a cup under the coffee If you would like a double portion of dispenser. coffee or espresso, or to prepare two portions at the same time, COSI o Espresso ^ select OK a second time while the display still reads "Double portion?".

  • Page 19: Preparing Hot Milk, Frothed Milk, And Cappuccino

    Making coffee / espresso Preparing hot milk, frothed milk, and Cappuccino This appliance includes a Cappuccinatore, which can be used to easily prepare warm milk, frothed milk, and cappuccino. Pushed in: Milk is frothed into the cup Before using the cappuccinatore for Pulled out: Milk is frothed into the the first time, wash it either in the cappuccinatore...

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    Making coffee / espresso Frothing milk into a cup Preparing a cappuccino ^ Prepare frothed milk in a cup. ^ Place the cup of frothed milk under the coffee dispenser. ^ Pre-warm the cup before filling with froth. ^ Push the cappuccinatore spout all the way into the lid.

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    Making coffee / espresso Frothing milk in the cappuccinatore Heating milk ^ Fill the cappuccinatore to the upper mark with cold milk and put the lid ^ Turn the valve all the way to the left for heating. ^ Push the milk spout all the way in (hot ^ Pull the cappuccinatore spout into milk in the cup) or pull the milk spout the "out"...

  • Page 22: After Use

    Making coffee / espresso After use Rinsing the lid For a quick cleaning between uses of If you do not wish to rinse the lines the cappuccinatore the lid can be automatically, they should be flushed rinsed with the steam valve. manually before turning the machine off for the day.

  • Page 23: Setting Serving Sizes

    Setting serving sizes The flavor of the coffee depends on the Setting the serving sizes using the coffee type and the quantity of water OK button used. To ensure the machine uses ^ Place the cup you will be using to set exactly the amount of water to suit your the portion size under the dispenser taste and your cup size, use this feature...

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    Setting serving sizes Setting the serving sizes via Settings " " ^ Place the cup you will be using to set the portion size under the dispenser for the corresponding beverage type. ^ Select "Settings" from the main menu. Confirm with OK. ^ Tap >...

  • Page 25: User Profiles

    User profiles Setting a user profile Up to 9 individual user profiles can be programmed to accommodate different To enter a new user profile. preferences and serving sizes. ^ Tap the < or > until "Set" is See "Setting serving sizes". highlighted.

  • Page 26: Changing A User Profile

    User profiles Revert Saving an entry ^ When the entry is complete, use < or The coffee system can be set so that > to select OK. Confirm by selecting after each drink prepared, it will OK again. automatically revert to the standard user profile or retains the most recently The menu for the user profile will selected user profile.

  • Page 27: Making Coffee / Espresso With User Profiles

    User profiles Making coffee / espresso with Setting serving sizes for user user profiles profiles If you have set the machine for specific You can also set different portion sizes user profiles (see "Setting user profiles") for the remaining 9 user profiles (in you must first select the desired user addition to the standard user profile).

  • Page 28: Settings

    Settings The coffee system can be customized Clock format to suit individual preferences. ^ Select "Clock format" using the arrow buttons. Selecting a language ^ Tap > to select a 12 or 24-hour Settings format. ^ Select OK when the desired clock ^ Select "Settings format is highlighted.

  • Page 29: Setting The Timer

    Settings Setting the timer Display You can switch the time of day display The machine can be set to turn on or off on or off: to suit your preference. ^ Select "Display" using the arrow ^ Select "Settings " from the main buttons.

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    Settings Switching off at a preset time If the coffee system turns on If the coffee system can be set to turn automatically three times and no off automatically. beverage is dispensed, the machine ^ Select "Switch off at" using < or >. will not turn on automatically after that.

  • Page 31: Steam System

    Settings Steam system Lighting: Adjusting the brightness The appliance is equipped with 2 heating systems allowing you to The brightness of the machine lighting prepare steam and coffee/espresso at can be adjusted. the same time. If you do not use steam ^ Select "Settings ", confirm with OK.

  • Page 32: Lighting: Setting The Switch-off Time

    Settings Lighting: Setting the switch-off If you do not want the coffee machine lighting on after the machine is turned time off (default setting): Whenever the machine is On, the ^ With the machine turned off, tap OK. machine lighting is also On. The lighting turns off automatically when the ^ Select "Lighting", confirm with OK.

  • Page 33: Volume

    Settings Volume Info (displaying No. of drinks) The appliance can be set so a tone will If the option "Info" is selected, the sound each time a button touched. The display will show how many drinks the volume of the signal tones can also be appliance has prepared to date, or how set.

  • Page 34: System Lock

    Settings System lock Water hardness The coffee system can be locked so The hardness of the water used in the that it cannot be used by children or coffee system must be determined and those not familiar with the operating programmed into the appliance.

  • Page 35: Restore Factory Default Settings

    Settings Restore factory default The appliance can be set to one of 4 hardness levels: settings – Level 1 (soft): This option allows you to reset all saved 0 - 3 gr/gal (0 - 3 °d) settings to the factory default. –...

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    Settings The coffee system is delivered with User profile the following factory default settings: All user profiles entered by the user are – Steam system (On) deleted, leaving only the standard profile. – Time display (on for 60 seconds), ^ Under "User profile n" select "Reset". Clock format (24 h), Timer: Turning on at (12:00), Confirm with OK.

  • Page 37: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Overview The coffee machine must be cleaned regularly to prevent bacteria. Recommended frequency What needs to be done? Every time milk is prepared if there Rinse out the lid to the Cappuccinatore is more than one hour between uses Rinse the system (intake lines) Clean the Cappuccinatore...

  • Page 38: Rinsing The System

    Cleaning and care If the parts are frequently cleaned in the Turn the machine off at the main dishwasher, they may become switch before cleaning. discolored through contact with food particles (e.g., tomatoes, etc.). This will Allow the coffee system to cool not affect their performance.

  • Page 39: Water Tank

    Cleaning and care Water tank Drip tray with grid Empty the water tank daily, and fill it Do not remove the drip tray from the with cold fresh water shortly before you appliance for a few minutes after the start preparing a beverage. final rinse, as water will still run from the lines.

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    Cleaning and care Plastic and metal drip trays ^ Lift up the tray slightly , and pull it all the way out ^ Take the plastic and metal drip trays ^ Wash the capsule carousel and tray out of the appliance and wash them. in the dishwasher, or by hand with a Wash the plastic drip tray by hand mild solution of warm water and...

  • Page 41: Interior And Appliance Door

    Cleaning and care Coffee dispenser cover Interior and appliance door ^ Open the appliance door. Turn the machine off at the main switch before cleaning. ^ Once all removable parts have been taken out, clean the interior with a mild solution of warm water and liquid dish soap.

  • Page 42: Capsule Plate

    The cleaning tablets can be purchased from Miele. ^ Press the steam lever down and pull ^ Press the checkered portion, off the rubber sleeve.

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    Cleaning and care Exterior To better maintain your appliance avoid the following: If soiling is not removed promptly it – cleaners containing soda, ammonia, could cause the surface of the thinners, or chlorides machine to alter or discolor. Be sure to remove soiling immediately.

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    Cleaning and care Cappuccinatore Clean the cappuccinatore after every use, otherwise it may become blocked with dried milk and hard to clean. The cappuccinatore can be disassembled into parts for thorough cleaning. For best results, use a dishwasher - all parts are ^ Re-assemble the lid as shown in the dishwasher-safe.

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    Cleaning and care Maintenance The perforator should be changed after 15,000 cups of coffee / espresso. The perforator can be purchased from Miele. It is recommended to contact the Miele Service department for assistance in performing this maintenance task. ^ Insert the tool (supplied) up into the...

  • Page 46: Descaling The Coffee System

    Descaling tablets can be purchased from Miele. Once the system is at the point where Other agents may damage the only 50 drinks can be prepared before...

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    Descaling the coffee system The descaling cannot be interrupted once the OK button has been pressed. The process must be allowed to run through to completion. This is a safety feature to ensure the ^ When the message appears in the process will be completed.

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    Descaling the coffee system ^ When the display prompts you to add Descaling before prompted fresh water to tank, rinse the tank Descale throughly with fresh water, and fill to the k mark with fresh water. Also empty the Waste container at ^ Use <...

  • Page 49: Frequently Asked Questions

    "0". – Plug the machine in. – The plug is not inserted into the socket correctly. – If the fuse has blown contact Miele's Technical – The fuse has blown or is Service Department. defective. The unit suddenly turns off.

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    Frequently asked questions The coffee system does not turn on, even though the "Turn on at" setting has been activated. Possible fault Solution – The system lock has been activated. – Deactivate the system lock, see "Settings - System lock". –...

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    Frequently asked questions Preparing / Dispensing problems No beverage is prepared although there are coffee capsules in the carousel and there is enough water in the water tank. Possible fault Solution – The water tank is not sitting – Reseat the water tank. properly in the appliance.

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    – The contacts are wet and or dirty. – Check the drip tray contacts. – Is the drip tray inserted properly? – Reinsert the drip tray. – Using the main switch turn the appliance off the on again. If the message persists contact Miele Technical Service Dept.

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    Frequently asked questions Coffee results The dispensed coffee has ground coffee in it. Possible fault Solution The capsule plate is soiled. Clean the capsule plate, see "Cleaning and Care". The water flow stopped while the quantity was being programmed. Possible fault Solution –...

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    Frequently asked questions There is water in the waste container. This is not a fault. This is residual water from the brewing and rinsing processes. There is "coffee water" in the waste container. Possible fault Solution The capsule plate is not inserted Reinsert the capsule plate.

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    One of the messages F 73, F 74 or F 77 appears in the display. – Follow the instructions in the display if necessary. – Turn off the appliance, wait a few seconds, then turn it back on. If the problem persists, contact Miele's Technical Service Department.

  • Page 56: Removing A Jammed Capsule

    Removing a jammed capsule ,Turn the machine off at the main switch in the upper left corner. Danger of electric shock. The machine must be turned off before performing the next steps. What if F 72 appears in the display? A capsule has jammed between the If the carousel cannot be pulled out : capsule plate and the capsule...

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    Removing a jammed capsule What if F 75 appears in the display? The coffee capsule rests on the capsule plate. The waste container sensors are dirty. ^ Open the appliance door. ^ Remove the waste container and clean the niche, paying special Turn off the appliance with the main attention to the sensors on the left switch.

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    Removing a jammed capsule What if F 76 appears in the display? No coffee capsule is seen on the capsule plate, because it is stuck in the The coffee capsule was not pushed brew unit. correctly onto the capsule plate and is ^ Open the appliance door.

  • Page 59: After Sales Service

    Miele’s Service department, Extended Service Contracts offered by other providers for Miele products will not be recognized by Miele. Our goal is to prevent unauthorized (and untrained) service personnel from working on your Miele products, possibly doing further damage to them, you and/or your home.

  • Page 61: Installation Instructions

    Installation instructions Information is subject to change. Please refer to our website to obtain the most current product specification, technical & warranty information.

  • Page 62: Caring For The Environment

    Caring for the environment Disposal of packing material Disposal of an old appliance The cardboard box and packing Old appliances may contain materials materials protect the appliance during that can be recycled. Please contact shipping. They have been designed to your local recycling authority about the be biodegradable and recyclable.

  • Page 63: Electrical Connection

    If there is any question concerning the electrical connection of this appliance to your power supply, please consult a licensed electrician or contact Miele’s Technical Service Department. See back page for contact information.

  • Page 64: Installation

    Installation Installation options The coffee system is designed to be built into cabinetry. Miele appliances can be installed flush or proud. Discuss your installation requirements with your architect, designer and installer.

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    Installation A combination with other Miele built in The feet can be turned out up to 3/8" appliances is possible. If the machine (10 mm). is installed in combination with other appliances, it should be installed with a ^ If your cabinet has 3/4" (19 mm) side...

  • Page 66: Coffee Glossary

    Coffee glossary Caffè is the Italian term for a standard Cappuccino scuro is a "dark" espresso. cappuccino with more espresso and less hot milk. Caffè americano is a thin espresso with water added. Cappuccino senza schiuma is a cappuccino without the froth. Caffè...

  • Page 67: The Espresso Range

    The Espresso range Ristretto (black) Livanto (copper brown) is the typical Italian espresso. It is a A very well balanced blend, Livanto is short, strong, full-bodied espresso with characterized by a dense and velvety a touch of acidity. It has a pleasantly aroma.

  • Page 68: The "pure Origin" Espresso Range

    The "Pure Origin" Espresso range Indriya from India (sage) Dulsão do Brasil (gold) This intense bodied espresso is a blend With its sweet notes of cereal, malt, of Arabica and Robusta from Southern honey and maple syrup, Dulsão do India. Its sustained but quick roasting Brasil's combination of separately balances its strong character, bringing roasted yellow and red Brazilian...

  • Page 69: The Lungo Range

    The Lungo range Fortissio Lungo (teal) Finezzo (butter yellow) This full-bodied Lungo is characterized This light and thirst-quenching Lungo by notes of dark-roasted beans. A expresses a floral bouquet of jasmine, blend of Central and South American orange flower and bergamot. A lightly Arabicas with a hint of Robusta, roasted blend of floral East African Fortissio Lungo offers a delicious...

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