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Miele W 2129 Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating instructions
for Washing machine
W 2129
To avoid the risk of accidents or
damage to the machine it is
essential to read these instructions
before it is installed and used for the
first time.
M.-Nr. 06 523 220


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    Operating instructions for Washing machine W 2129 To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the machine it is essential to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time. M.-Nr. 06 523 220...

  • Page 2: Caring For Our Environment

    Caring for our environment Disposal of the packing Disposal of your old appliance material or machine The transport and protective packing Electrical and electronic appliances / has been selected from materials which machines often contain materials are environmentally friendly for disposal which, if handled or disposed of and can normally be recycled.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Caring for our environment......... . 2 Disposal of the packing material .

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    Contents Adding or removing laundry after a programme has started ....25 Interrupting a programme ......... . . 26 Altering a programme once selected .

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    The Miele water protection system ........

  • Page 6: Warning And Safety Instructions

    The manufacturer is not liable for which the manufacturer cannot accept damage resulting from improper use or liability. Repairs should only be operation. undertaken by a Miele approved technician. Technical safety Ensure current is not supplied to the machine until after maintenance or Before setting up the machine, repair work has been carried out.

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    If the connection cable is faulty it damage to both the machine and must only be replaced by a Miele adjacent furniture or appliances. approved service technician to protect the user from danger.

  • Page 8: Disposal Of Your Old Machine

    If in children whilst you are operating the doubt, contact the Miele Customer machine. Service Dept. or your Miele Dealer. For machines with a ‘porthole’ Textiles which have been door, remember that the porthole pre-treated in solvent based...

  • Page 9: Description Of The Machine

    Description of the machine Delicates and Silks / programmes Your machine has the following special programmes in addition to the standard In these programmes, the laundry is Cottons and Minimum iron washed and spun very gently to reduce programmes. creasing and the amount of ironing required, thus providing "Easy care"...

  • Page 10: Future Updates (pc)

    Description of the machine Future updates (PC) The indicator or check light marked PC is the interface used by Miele service technicians during servicing work for testing purposes and for updating the machine's programme data.

  • Page 11: Control Panel

    Description of the machine Control panel a Start button e Programme selector Starts the wash programme For selecting the wash programme and temperature for that programme. b Additional option buttons The programme selector can be Additional options can be added to turned clockwise or anti-clockwise the basic programme.

  • Page 12: Important Control Panel Features

    Description of the machine Important control panel features Wash programme Cottons 1400 Programme selector Minimum iron Delicates The programme selector is used to set the basic wash programme and the Silks temperature for that programme. Woollens 1200 Quick wash 1400 Additional option buttons Automatic Additional options can be added to the...

  • Page 13: Before Using For The First Time

    Before using for the first time Before using the machine for the first time ensure that it is correctly installed and connected. See "Installation and connection". Also check that the drain filter is securely tightened. Otherwise there is a risk of water leakage during use.

  • Page 14: Washing Environmentally And Economically

    Washing environmentally and economically Energy and water consumption Detergent – Water consumption and energy – Do not exceed the amount of usage are determined by the size of detergent recommended by the the load. manufacturer on the packaging. – Use the Automatic or the Quick wash –...

  • Page 15: How To Wash Correctly

    How to wash correctly Brief instructions See the "Programme chart" in the next section for information on which Please note: programmes to use for different fabric To help familiarise yourself with how to types. use your washing machine please read the sections "Before washing", "Selecting a programme"...

  • Page 16: Programme Chart

    How to wash correctly Programme chart Cottons 30°C to 95°C 9ö876 Fabric Cottons and linen fabrics, e.g. bed linen, table linen, towelling, jeans, underwear, T-shirts, nappies. Additional options Soak, Pre-wash, Intensive, Water plus Notes – Only use the Cottons 95°C programme for heavily soiled laundry.

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    How to wash correctly Delicates cold to 40°C 21 Fabric For delicate garments made of synthetic fibres, mixed fibres and easy care cotton shirts and blouses. Curtains, including net curtains, specified as machine- washable by the manufacturer. Additional options Soak, Pre-wash, Intensive Notes –...

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    How to wash correctly Quick wash 40°C 7 Fabric Very lightly soiled fabrics, which can be washed in the Cottons programme. Additional option Water plus Notes – Use less detergent (as for a half load). – If fabrics have a high proportion of man-made fibres it is advisable to programme the machine for "Gentle Action".

  • Page 19: Garment Care Label Symbols

    Garment care label symbols Hand wash (If no temperature is specified use the lowest temperature or cold) Do not wash apf Dry clean Do not dry clean Clean professionally Suitable for chlorine bleaching Do not use chlorine bleach Tumble dry At normal temperature At low temperature Do not tumble dry...

  • Page 20: How To Wash Correctly

    How to wash correctly Before washing Do not use solvent-based A Sort the laundry cleaning agents in this machine. ^ Sort the laundry by colour and by care label symbol. Most garments have a textile care label in the collar or side seam.

  • Page 21: Selecting A Programme

    How to wash correctly Selecting a programme F Select a programme B Switch on the washing machine ^ Press in the I-On/0-Off button. C Open the drum door ^ Press the Door button and open the drum door. D Load the drum ^ Unfold the laundry and load loosely in the drum.

  • Page 22: Additional Options

    How to wash correctly Additional options Pre-wash H Select additional option(s) For heavily soiled laundry and items with dried on stains. Additional options can be selected as long as they are compatible with the Soak basic programme being used. Each press of the top button selects the For heavily soiled and stained items additional option in the following order: with protein stains (e.g.

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    How to wash correctly I Add detergent It is important to dispense the correct amount, because ..too little results in the following: – Laundry will not be properly clean and will in time become grey and hard to the touch.

  • Page 24: At The End Of A Programme

    How to wash correctly At the end of a programme Check that all items have been When the Anti-crease/Finish indicator removed from the drum. Items left in light comes on the laundry can be the drum could discolour other items removed from the drum.

  • Page 25: Adding Or Removing Laundry After A Programme Has Started

    How to wash correctly Adding or removing laundry The door cannot be opened, if: after a programme has started – the suds temperature is above 55°C. Laundry can be added or removed – the water is above a certain level. after the programme has started when –...

  • Page 26: Interrupting A Programme

    How to wash correctly Interrupting a programme Skipping a programme stage ^ Switch the washing machine off with ^ Turn the programme selector to the I-On/0-Off button. Finish . To continue with the same programme: As soon as the programme sequence indicator light for the programme stage ^ Switch the washing machine back on you want the programme to continue at...

  • Page 27: Programme Sequence

    How to wash correctly Programme sequence Main wash Rinses Spinning Water Wash Water No of Rinse and Final spin level rhythm level rinses interim spin Cottons Minimum iron Delicates – Silks – Woollens Quick wash Automatic Starch – – – Separate rinse –...

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    How to wash correctly This washing machine has fully Special features in the programme electronic controls with automatic load sequences: recognition. This machine takes in the Anti-crease: right amount of water required for the programme depending on the amount At the end of every programme, with the exception of the Woollens of laundry and its absorbency rate.

  • Page 29: Detergent

    For programmes with a pre-wash you dispense them into compartment j in will need to purchase a special con- the following order: tainer from the Miele Spare Parts de- partment which sits in the main wash 1. Detergent compartment j of the detergent dis- 2.

  • Page 30: Fabric Conditioners And Liquid Starch

    Detergent Fabric conditioners and liquid If starching frequently, the dispenser starch compartment and especially the siphon tube and conditioner channel Fabric conditioners make garments soft will need regular cleaning to remove to handle and help prevent static cling any residual starch. See "Cleaning when tumble drying.

  • Page 31: Cleaning And Care

    A microfibre "E-Cloth" is available from same time pull the drawer right out of the Miele UK Spare Parts Department, the machine. which is suitable for cleaning surfaces such as stainless steel, glass, plastic...

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    Cleaning and care Cleaning the detergent dispenser drawer housing ^ Clean the siphon. 1. Remove the siphon from ^ Use a bottle brush to remove compartment § and rinse under detergent residues and limescale warm running water. Clean the from the jets inside the detergent siphon tube in the same way.

  • Page 33: Cleaning The Filter In The Water Inlet

    Cleaning and care Cleaning the filter in the water ^ First turn off the stopcock. inlet ^ Unscrew the threaded union connecting the free end of the inlet The washing machine has a filter to hose to the stopcock. protect the water inlet valve. The accessible filter in the union in the open end of the inlet hose should be checked every six months, or more...

  • Page 34: Problem Solving Guide

    Problem solving guide With the help of the following notes minor faults in the performance of the appliance, some of which may result from incorrect operation, can be put right without contacting the Service Department. Repair work to electrical appliances should only be carried out by a suitably qualified person in strict accordance with local and national safety regulations.

  • Page 35: The Wash Programme Stops And A Fault Indicator Light Comes On

    Problem solving guide The wash programme stops and a fault indicator light comes Remedy A Problem Possible cause The Check drain light The water outlet is Clean the fluff filter and the flashes. blocked. drain pump as described in "Problem solving guide - Opening the drum door in the event of a blocked drain outlet and/or power failure".

  • Page 36: A Fault Indicator Light Comes On But The Wash Programme Continues As Normal

    Problem solving guide A fault indicator light comes on but the wash programme continues as normal Remedy A Problem Possible cause The Check drain light The drain outlet is Clean the drain filter and the drain flashes. restricted. pump as described in "Problem solving guide - Opening the drum door in the event of a blocked drain outlet and/or power failure".

  • Page 37: General Problems Or An Unsatisfactory Wash Result

    Problem solving guide General problems or an unsatisfactory wash result Problem Possible cause Remedy The machine shakes The four feet are not Level the machine. See during the spin cycle. resting evenly on the installation. floor. The laundry has not The spin speed selected Select a higher spin speed been spun...

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    Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause Remedy Liquid detergent Liquid detergents do – Use a general purpose washing does not give the not contain bleaching machine powder containing a agents. They do not bleaching agent. required result. remove fruit, coffee –...

  • Page 39: The Drum Door Does Not Open When You Press The Door Button

    Problem solving guide The drum door does not open when you press the Door button. Problem Remedy The machine is not Put the plug in the socket and switch on. connected to the electricity supply. The washing machine is Switch the machine on with the I-On/0-Off button. not switched on.

  • Page 40: Failure

    Problem solving guide Opening the drum door in the event of a blocked drain outlet and/or power failure ^ Switch the washing machine off. Drain the machine If the drain outlet is blocked, (up to 25 litres) of water will be retained in the machine.

  • Page 41: Opening The Drum Door

    Problem solving guide Opening the drum door Door hinged left Always make sure that the drum is stationary before reaching into the machine to remove laundry. Reaching into a moving drum is extremely dangerous. Door hinged right ^ Use a screwdriver to push the emergency door latch downwards (see illustration).

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    Problem solving guide The drain filter access flap is visible when the drum door is open. ^ Check that the impeller can turn easily. Remove any foreign objects (e.g. buttons, coins, etc.) and fluff. ^ Use the lever to open the access Clean the drain filter housing.

  • Page 43: Customer Contact

    In the event of any faults which you Optional accessories for this washing cannot remedy yourself please contact machine are available from your Miele Dealer or from the Miele Spare Parts – Your Miele dealer or Department. – Your nearest Miele Service...

  • Page 44: Installation

    Installation Front view a Inlet hose (tested to withstand h Detergent dispenser drawer pressure of at least 7,000 kPa) i Drum door b Electrical connection j Access panel to the drain filter and c - f Flexible drain hose (with the drain pump detachable swivel elbow) k Access panel to the emergency door...

  • Page 45: Rear View

    Installation Rear view a Protruding edge for holding when d Inlet hose (tested to withstand moving the machine pressure of at least 7,000 kPa) b Electricity supply cable e Drain hose c Transit bar covers...

  • Page 46: Installation Surface

    (available from the Miele Spare Parts Dept). ^ To remove the left and right covers 1. Use a screwdriver to prise out the cover as illustrated.

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    Installation ^ Using the spanner supplied turn the ^ Turn the right-hand transit bar 90°, left-hand transit bar 90°, then then ^ withdraw the transit bar. ^ withdraw the transit bar.

  • Page 48: Re-fitting The Transit Bars

    Installation The washing machine must not be moved without the transit bars in place. Store them in a safe place for future use. They must be re-fitted if the machine is to be moved again (e.g. when moving house). Re-fitting the transit bars Re-fitting is carried out by reversing the procedure.

  • Page 49: Levelling The Machine

    Otherwise there is the danger of the machine moving about. Washer-dryer stack A Miele tumble dryer can be stacked on top of this washing machine. To do this the appropriate "WTV" stacking kit (available to order) to match your washing machine is required.

  • Page 50: Building Under A Continous Worktop / In A Kitchen Run

    Installation Building under a continous worktop / in a kitchen run A building-under kit (available to order) with a cover plate to replace the machine lid is required. It must be fitted by suitably qualified person to ensure electrical safety. N.B.

  • Page 51: Fitting A Decor Panel

    Installation Fitting a decor panel The door has a decor frame for fitting a decor panel (available as an optional accessory). Decor panel dimensions Width ....590 mm (-1 mm) Height .

  • Page 52: Shortening The Door Panel

    Installation Shortening the door panel Procedure ^ Open the door. You can shorten the door panel to match the height of adjacent kitchen unit door fronts. ^ First remove the door panel: – to do this unscrew the 10 screws First of all you need to calculate (see arrows) from the inside machine measurement X.

  • Page 53: Fitting A Plinth Facing

    Installation Fitting a plinth facing Installation The gap between the lower edge of the washing machine plinth and the floor can be closed up using a suitable kitchen furniture plinth facing. The washing machine plinth has a special groove in which a plinth facing can be fitted.

  • Page 54: The Miele Water Protection System

    – Overflow protection system This prevents the washing machine taking in too much water. If the water The Miele water protection system level exceeds a certain level, the protects the washing machine from drain pump switches in and pumps water damage.

  • Page 55: Connection To The Water Supply

    Maintenance and care Only use a genuine Miele hose should you ever need a replacement or extension. These are tested to withstand pressure of at least...

  • Page 56: Connection To The Drainage System

    5 m. The machine. necessary parts can be purchased 2. Connected securely to a plastic drain from the Miele Spare Parts Department pipe with a rubber nipple. There is no or your Miele dealer. need to use a non-return valve.

  • Page 57: Electrical Connection U.k

    Installation Electrical connection U.K. Non-rewireable plugs BS 1363 All electrical work should be carried out The fuse cover must be refitted when by a suitably qualified and competent changing the fuse, and if the fuse cover person, in strict accordance with is lost, the plug must not be used until a national and local safety regulations.

  • Page 58: Consumption Data

    Consumption data Load Consumption data Energy Water Duration in kWh in litres Normal Intensive Cottons 95°C 5.0 kg 1.70 1 h 42 min 1 h 57 min 60°C 5.0 kg 0.85 – 1 h 56 min 60°C 5.0 kg 0.85 1 h 26 min 1 h 56 min 40°C...

  • Page 59: Technical Data

    Technical data Height 85.0 cm Width 59.5 cm Depth 58.0 cm Depth with door open 118.0 cm Weight 93 kg Maximum floor load 1600 Newton (approx. 160 kg) Capacity 5 kg dry laundry Voltage see data plate Rated load see data plate Fuse rating see plug Consumption data...

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    Programmable functions for changing standard settings...

  • Page 61: Programmable Functions

    Programmable functions The programmable functions can be The settings are as follows: used to tailor washing programmes to Setting 1: suit your individual requirements. an increase in the rinse water level for The programmable functions are the programmes listed. activated with the help of the Start button and the programme selector.

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    Programmable functions Follow steps A to G to programme E Turn the programme selector to the Cottons 75°C position: and store in memory. The Soak/Pre-wash sequence indicator Before you begin, first ensure that: light will briefly flash twice in 2 second –...

  • Page 63: Gentle Action

    Programmable functions Gentle action A Press the Start button and keep it pressed in whilst carrying out steps Activating gentle action reduces the B to C. drum action and is suitable for B Switch the machine on with the washing slightly soiled articles more I-On/0-Off button.

  • Page 64: Top-up Rinse For Cottons

    Programmable functions Top-up rinse for Cottons A Press the Start button and keep it pressed in whilst carrying out steps When this is activated, additional B to C. water flows into the drum at the end B Switch the machine on with the of the main wash to cool the suds I-On/0-Off button.

  • Page 65: Memory Function

    Programmable functions Memory function A Press the Start button and keep it pressed in whilst carrying out steps If an additional option(s) is selected B to C. for a programme, and / or the spin B Switch the machine on with the speed is altered, the machine stores I-On/0-Off button.

  • Page 66: Soak

    Programmable functions Soak A Press the Start button and keep it pressed in whilst carrying out steps A length of time of between 30 minutes B to C. and 2 hours can be programmed in 30 B Switch the machine on with the minute increments for the soak process.

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