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Miele KM 440 Operating Instructions Manual

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Ceramic hobs
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It is essential to read these
operating instructions before
installing or using the machine,
to avoid the risk of accident,
or damage to the machine.
M.-Nr. 04 847 900

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   Summary of Contents for Miele KM 440

  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    Operating instructions Ceramic hobs @Q\ä} It is essential to read these operating instructions before installing or using the machine, to avoid the risk of accident, or damage to the machine. M.-Nr. 04 847 900...

  • Page 2: Description Of The Appliance

    Description of the appliance Description of the appliance KM 440 KM 441...

  • Page 3

    Description of the appliance KM 443 KM 440 KM 441 Cooking zone: 14.5 cm Ø Vario cooking zone: 12 cm / 21 cm Ø Cooking zone: 21 cm Ø Cooking zone: 14.5 cm Ø Cooking zone: 14.5 cm Ø Cooking zone: 18 cm Ø...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Auto heat up............13 Extended cooking zones (not with KM 440) ......14 Saucepans .

  • Page 5: Caring For The Environment

    Caring for the environment Caring for the environment Disposal of the packing Disposal of your old machine / material appliance The transport and protective packing Old machines / appliances contain ma- has been selected from materials terials which can be reclaimed or re- which are environmentally friendly for cycled.

  • Page 6: Warning And Safety Instructions

    Warning and Safety instructions Warning and Safety instructions Technical safety This appliance complies with all rele- vant legal safety requirements. Im- Before connecting the appliance to proper use of the appliance can, the mains supply make sure that however, present a risk of both per- the connection data given on the data sonal injury and material damage.

  • Page 7

    Contact the Miele Service Department. housing. Continued use would be dan- gerous as liquids etc boiling over could penetrate the electrical compo-...

  • Page 8

    Warning and Safety instructions Warning and Safety instructions Do not use the hob as a resting Do not use any pots or pans on the place for anything else. This could ceramic hob with bases with pro- lead to a danger of the article begin- nounced edges or ridges.

  • Page 9

    Warning and Safety instructions Warning and Safety instructions It is essential to ensure that food Disposal of a discarded has been evenly and sufficiently appliance heated, and to check that it is thor- Before discarding an old ap- oughly cooked, turning or stirring dur- pliance / machine switch off and ing cooking if necessary.

  • Page 10: Sensor Touchpads, Using The Hob

    Switching on the hob Sensor touchpads Hold your finger on the Operation on- This hob is equipped with electronic off control " " for approx 2 seconds. sensor controls. Finger tip pressure on In each of the four zone displays "–" a touchpad will activate its functions.

  • Page 11: Residual Heat Indicators

    Suggested hob settings Switching off a cooking zone Press the " " control of the required Setting cooking zone. Melting butter, While the zone is still hot "H" flashes Chocolate Dissolving gelatine in the display (see residual heat indi- Preparing junket and yoghurt cators).

  • Page 12: Locking Function, Safety Switch-off Functions, Avoiding Activating The Touchpads By Mistake

    Locking function Avoiding activating the touch- pads by mistake The hob zones can be locked to pre- vent inadvertent use when the hob is in Do not put any kitchen accessories operation. Processes currently in oper- such as lids, cutlery or cloths down on ation will continue and the settings dis- the touchpads.

  • Page 13: Auto Heat Up

    Auto heat up With the settings for cooking, the higher the setting, the longer the heat Each cooking zone is fitted with an up time. With the settings for frying auto heat up feature which can be se- the times are shorter, as it is more usual lected when required.

  • Page 14: Extended Cooking Zones (not With Km 440)

    Vario-zone Extended cooking zones (only with KM 441 and KM 443) (not with KM 440) Press the vario-zone touchpad " ", if The cooking zones are marked on the you want to switch on the larger hob. zone. Some cooking zones can be enlarged.

  • Page 15: Saucepans

    Pan size Saucepans The following notes are designed to en- able you to – make the best use of energy when using your ceramic hob. – prevent food boiling over and burn- ing onto the hob. The diameter of the pan should be a Suitable pans little larger than that of the cooking zone.

  • Page 16: Please Observe The Following Good Practice Guide

    Please observe the following When using aluminium utensils the good practice guide: metal can affect the ceramic sur- face by leaving mother-of-pearl col- Always place a pan centrally on the oured marks behind. cooking zone before switching on the appliance to save energy. These marks can be removed most The cooking zone and the pan base easily if they are treated immediately...

  • Page 17: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Cleaning and care In general you can use the same clean- ing agents for the ceramic hob surface as you would for ordinary glass sur- faces. Never use scouring agents or pads, or strong cleaners such as oven sprays or stain or rust removers, as these could harm the surface.

  • Page 18

    Cleaning and care Cleaning and care Removal of sugar, syrups, Cleaning agents for regular plastic or aluminium foil. cleaning There are several proprietary cleaners Switch the hob off and scrape off all suitable for vitreous ceramic surfaces. the residues straight away with a shielded razor blade scraper while Follow the manufacturer’s cleaning it is still hot.

  • Page 19: Problem Solving Guide

    Problem solving guide Problem solving guide . . . a cooking zone switches off dur- Repairs to the electrical compo- ing use and "H" repeatedly flashes in nents of this appliance should only the display. ever be carried out by a competent person.

  • Page 20: After Sales Service

    After sales service After sales service In the event of any fault which you can- When contacting the Service depart- not remedy yourself, please contact ment please quote the model and ser- ial number of your appliance which are – your Dealer shown on the data plate.

  • Page 21: Installation Instructions, Notes On Installation

    Installation instructions Installation instructions Notes on installation Ceramic hob The model, voltage and rated load are These hobs are classified as "Y" class given on the hob data plate. These for heat protection must match the mains supply. When (IEC regulation 335-2-6) (not Australia). contacting the Service Department Ideally the hobs should be installed please quote voltage, model and serial...

  • Page 22: Worktop Cut-out

    Installation instructions Installation instructions Cut the worktop according to the Worktop cut-out dimensions in the relevant diagram, keeping within the tolerances given. Ensure that there is a depth of at least 64 mm at the rear right for the connecting cable. Ensure that there are minumum dis- tances of 50 mm between the rear wall and the hob and 40 mm be-...

  • Page 23: Worktop Cut-out Aus/nz

    Installation instructions Worktop cut-out AUS/NZ Cut the worktop according to the dimensions in the relevant diagram, keeping within the tolerances given. Ensure that there is a depth of at least 64 mm at the rear right for the connecting cable. Ensure that there are minumum dis- tances of 50 mm between the rear wall and the hob and 40 mm be-...

  • Page 24: Fitting

    Installation instructions Granite worktops Fitting Place the special clamps b in posi- tion and then secure with strong double sided tape. In addition, coat with silicone sealant. The screws are not necessary for granite worktops. Guide the hob cable down through the cut-out and connect the hob to the power supply.

  • Page 25: Electrical Connection

    Electrical connection Electrical connection General notes Electrical connection AUS (NZ) All electrical work should be carried out The appliance is supplied with a mains by a suitably qualified and competent cable for connection to an a.c. single person, in strict accordance with na- phase or a 2-phase 240 V (230 V), tional and local safety regulations.

  • Page 28

    Alterations rights reserved / 006 AUS / GB / IRL / NZ / ZA – 3500 M.-Nr. 04 847 900 (KM 440, KM 441, KM 443) This paper consists of cellulose which has been bleached without the use of chlorine.

This manual also for:

Km 441, Km 443

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