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Operating and installation instructions
Steam oven
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essential
to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time.
en - GB
M.-Nr. 09 580 070

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    Operating and installation instructions Steam oven To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essential to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time. en - GB M.-Nr. 09 580 070...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Warning and Safety instructions ........5 Caring for the environment .

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    Contents Frozen food ............27 Temperature .

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    Contents Settings ............70 Cleaning and care .

  • Page 5: Warning And Safety Instructions

    They contain important notes on installation, safety, use and maintenance. Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by non-compliance with these instructions. Keep these instructions in a safe place and ensure that new users...

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    Warning and Safety instructions Correct application The steam oven is intended for use in domestic households and similar working and residential environments. The appliance is not intended for outdoor use. It is intended for domestic use only as described in these operating instructions.

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    Warning and Safety instructions Safety with children Children under 8 years of age must be kept away from the appliance unless they are constantly supervised. Children 8 years and older may only use the oven unsupervised if they have been shown how to use it safely and recognise and understand the consequences of incorrect operation.

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    Unauthorised installation, maintenance and repairs can cause considerable danger for the user. Installation, maintenance and repairs must only be carried out by a Miele authorised technician. A damaged appliance can be dangerous. Check it for visible signs of damage. Do not use a damaged appliance.

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    Warning and Safety instructions Miele can only guarantee the safety of the appliance when original Miele replacement parts are used. Faulty components must only be replaced by genuine original Miele spare parts. If the plug is removed from the connection cable or if the appliance is supplied without a plug, the appliance must be connected to the electrical supply by a suitably qualified electrician.

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    Warning and Safety instructions Correct use Danger of burning. The steam oven becomes hot when in use. You could burn yourself on the oven interior, cooked food, oven accessories or hot steam. Wear oven gloves when placing food in the oven or removing it and when adjusting oven shelves etc.

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    Connecting the water container into the appliance when wet could cause an electric shock. Accessories Only use genuine Miele original spare parts and accessories with this appliance. If spare parts or accessories from other manufacturers are used, this will invalidate the guarantee, and Miele...

  • Page 12: Caring For The Environment

    Caring for the environment Disposal of the packing Disposing of your old material appliance The packaging is designed to protect Electrical and electronic appliances the appliance from damage during often contain valuable materials. They transportation. The packaging materials also contain materials which, if handled used are selected from materials which or disposed of incorrectly, could be are environmentally friendly for disposal...

  • Page 13: Guide To The Appliance

    Guide to the appliance Front view a Control panel i Steam inlet b Ventilation outlet j Drip channel in the oven c Door seal k Floor heater d Steam channel l Temperature sensor e Compartment for water container m Steam outlet f Water container (with insert) n Drip channel in the door g Contact point for water container...

  • Page 14: Accessories Supplied

    Guide to the appliance Accessories supplied The accessories supplied with your appliance as well as a range of optional ones are available to order from Miele (see "Optional accessories"). Condensate tray DGG 15 To catch excess moisture 325 x 265 x 40 mm (W x D x H)

  • Page 15: Description Of The Functions

    Description of the functions Control panel Lightly touch sensors a - c to operate the appliance. An audible tone will sound each time a sensor is pressed. You can deactivate this, if wished (see "Settings"). During operation numbers and symbols will appear in the display d Sensor controls Sensor(s) Function...

  • Page 16: Condensate Tray

    Description of the functions Condensate tray When you are using perforated containers, always place the condensate tray on the lowest shelf level to collect any drops of liquid and allow them to be removed easily. You can also use the condensate tray as a cooking container if necessary.

  • Page 17: Temperature

    Description of the functions Temperature The steam oven has a temperature range of 40 °C to 100 °C. The appliance is set at 100 °C when the oven is switched on. You can alter the temperature in 5 °C steps. Recommended temperature 100 °C: For cooking all types of food,...

  • Page 18: Heating-up Phase

    Description of the functions Heating-up phase During the heating-up phase the oven compartment is heated to the set temperature. The display will show the temperature of the cooking compartment as it rises. The duration of the heating-up phase will depend on the quantity and the temperature of the food.

  • Page 19: Before Using For The First Time

    Before using for the first time Please stick the extra data plate for the appliance supplied with this documentation in the space provided in the "After sales service, data plate, guarantee" section of this booklet. Cleaning for the first time ^ Remove any protective foil.

  • Page 20: Setting The Water Hardness Level

    Before using for the first time Setting the water hardness level The steam oven is set at the factory to the hard (S04) water hardness setting. It must be adjusted to local water hardness to ensure problem-free operation and so that descaling can be carried out at the correct interval.

  • Page 21: Operating Principles

    Operating principles Preparation ^ Fill the water container with mains tap water up to at least the "min" marker. You do not need to remove the insert. Only use mains tap water. Never use distilled or mineral water or other liquids. ^ Push the water container into the appliance until it connects.

  • Page 22: At The End Of The Duration

    Leave the appliance door open until the oven interior is completely dry. The appliance is designed in such a way that there will always be a little residual water left in the water container after use. If there is no residual water, there is something wrong. Call Miele Service.

  • Page 23: Operation

    Operation Interrupting operation Operation is interrupted when the door is opened. The heating will be switched off and the cooking duration remains stored in memory. Steam will escape when the door is opened. Step back from the appliance and wait until the steam has dissipated.

  • Page 24: Insufficient Water

    Operation Insufficient water Insufficient water is indicated by the flashing p symbol and an audible tone. ^ Remove the water container and fill it with fresh tap water. ^ Push the water container into the appliance until it connects. ^ Close the door. Operation will continue.

  • Page 25: Additional Functions

    Additional functions Pre-heating Your appliance has a pre-heating function. This heats the oven interior to approx. 40 °C. The heating-up time is then shorter as the oven interior is pre-heated and therefore the cooking process takes less time. The appliance is delivered with the pre-heating function deactivated.

  • Page 26: General Notes

    General notes This section contains general information about steam cooking. You will find more detailed information about particular foods and how to cook them in the other sections. The advantages of cooking with steam Almost all vitamins and minerals are retained as the food is not immersed in water.

  • Page 27: Condensate Tray

    General notes – Place the cooking container in a sufficiently large perforated container, not on the oven floor. – Ensure that there is a gap of at least 3 cm between the upper rim of the container and the top of the cooking compartment to allow sufficient steam into the container.

  • Page 28: Cooking Duration (time)

    General notes Cooking duration (time) In general, the cooking durations for cooking with steam are the same as for cooking food in a saucepan. More information about any factors which may affect the cooking duration is given in the relevant sections. The quantity of food does not affect the cooking duration.

  • Page 29: Steam Cooking

    Steam cooking Vegetables Fresh Prepare fresh vegetables in the usual way, i.e. wash, clean and cut them up. Frozen Frozen vegetables do not need to be defrosted beforehand, Exception: vegetables frozen in a block. Frozen and fresh vegetables which take the same length of time to cook can be cooked together.

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    Steam cooking Cooking duration As with conventional methods, when cooking vegetables with steam the cooking duration will depend on the size and also whether you want the vegetables to be al dente or soft/well done. Example: waxy potatoes, cut into quarters = approx. 18 minutes waxy potatoes, cut in half = approx.

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    Steam cooking Duration in minutes Corn on the cob 30–35 Courgettes, sliced 2–3 Curly kale, chopped 23–26 Fairly firm potatoes, peeled whole 25–27 halved 19–21 quartered 17–18 Fennel, cut into strips 4–5 Fennel, halved 10–12 Firm potatoes, peeled whole 27–29 halved 21–22 quartered...

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    Steam cooking Duration in minutes Savoy cabbage, chopped 10–11 Spinach 1–2 Spring cabbage, chopped 10–11 Sprouts 10–12 Sugar snap peas 5–7 Swede, chopped 6–7 Swiss chard, chopped 2–3 White asparagus 9–10 White cabbage, chopped...

  • Page 33: Meat

    Steam cooking Meat Fresh Prepare the meat in the usual way. Frozen Meat should be thoroughly defrosted before cooking in the steam oven (see "Defrosting"). Preparation For meat which needs to be seared before being cooked, sear the meat in a pan on the hob first. Cooking duration The cooking duration depends on the thickness and the texture of the meat, and not on the weight.

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    Steam cooking Settings Temperature: 100 °C Duration: See chart The durations given in the charts are guidelines only. We recommend selecting the shorter cooking duration quoted. If food is not cooked sufficiently after the shorter time it can be put back in the oven and cooked for longer. Meat Duration in minutes...

  • Page 35: Sausages

    Steam cooking Sausages Settings Temperature: 90 °C Duration: See chart Sausages Duration in minutes Frankfurters 6–8 Bologna sausages 6–8 Veal sausages 6–8...

  • Page 36: Fish

    Steam cooking Fish Fresh Prepare fresh fish in the usual way, i.e. clean, gut and fillet. Frozen Defrost frozen fish before cooking (see "Defrosting"). Preparation Add some lemon or lime juice to fish before cooking. The citric acid makes the flesh stay firm. It is not necessary to season fish with salt when cooking with steam as this method retains the minerals which give the fish its unique flavour.

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    Steam cooking Cooking duration The cooking duration depends on the thickness and the texture of the fish, and not on the weight. The thicker the fish, the longer the cooking duration. A 3 cm thick piece of fish weighing 500 g will take longer to cook than a 2 cm thick piece of fish weighing 500 g.

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    Steam cooking Settings Temperature: See chart Duration: See chart The cooking durations given in the chart are guidelines for fresh fish. We recommend selecting the shorter cooking duration quoted. If food is not cooked sufficiently after the shorter time it can be put back in the oven and cooked for longer.

  • Page 39: Shellfish

    Steam cooking Shellfish Preparation Defrost frozen shellfish before cooking with steam. Peel, remove and discard the intestines, and then wash the shellfish. Cooking containers If using a perforated container grease it beforehand. Cooking duration The longer shellfish are cooked, the harder they become. Use the cooking durations given in the chart.

  • Page 40: Mussels

    Steam cooking Mussels Fresh Only cook mussels which are closed. N.B. Do not eat mussels which have not opened after being cooked. Danger of food poisoning. Steep fresh mussels in water for a few hours before cooking to rinse out any sand. Then brush the mussels vigorously to remove the attached fibres.

  • Page 41: Rice

    Steam cooking Rice Rice swells when cooked and needs to be cooked in liquid. The proprotion of rice to liquid depends on the type of rice. The rice absorbs all the liquid and so none of the nutrients are lost. Settings Temperature: 100 °C Duration: See chart...

  • Page 42: Pasta

    Steam cooking Pasta Dry pasta Dry pasta swells when it is cooked and needs to be cooked in liquid. The liquid must cover the pasta. Using hot liquid gives better results. Increase the cooking time stated by the manufacturer by Fresh Fresh pasta, such as you can buy from the supermarket chilled counter, does not need to absorb water.

  • Page 43: Dumplings

    Steam cooking Dumplings Ready made boil-in-the-bag dumplings need to be well covered with water as otherwise they can fall apart. This is because even although they have been soaked in water beforehand they will not absorb enough moisture. Cook fresh dumplings in a greased, perforated container. Settings Temperature: 100 °C Duration: See chart...

  • Page 44: Grain

    Steam cooking Grain Grain swells during cooking and needs to be cooked in liquid. The proportion of grain to liquid depends on the type of grain. Grain can be cooked whole or cracked. Settings Temperature: 100 °C Duration: See chart Ratio Duration Grain : Liquid...

  • Page 45: Dried Pulses

    Steam cooking Dried pulses Soak pulses for at least 10 hours in cold water before cooking. Soaking makes pulses more digestible and shortens the cooking duration required. Exception: Lentils do not need to be soaked before cooking. Soaked pulses must be covered with liquid during cooking. With unsoaked pulses a specific ratio of pulses : water is required.

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    Steam cooking Unsoaked Duration Ratio in minutes Pulses: Liquid Beans Adzuki beans 95–105 1 : 3 Black beans 100–120 1 : 3 Haricot beans 80–90 1 : 3 Kidney beans 130–140 1 : 3 Pinto beans 115–135 1 : 3 Lentils Brown lentils 13–14...

  • Page 47: Hen's Eggs

    Steam cooking Hen's eggs Use a perforated container to cook boiled eggs in the steam oven. The eggs do not need to be pierced before cooking as they are gradually warmed during the heating up phase and so do not burst when they are cooked with steam. Use a solid container for preparing egg dishes, such as scrambled eggs.

  • Page 48: Fruit

    Steam cooking Fruit Cook fruit in a solid container so that none of the juice is lost. If you wish to cook fruit in a perforated container, place a solid container directly underneath it to collect the juice. You can use the juice which has collected in the solid container to make a glaze for a fruit flan.

  • Page 49: Menu Cooking (cooking Whole Meals)

    Steam cooking Menu cooking (cooking whole meals) You can use the steam oven to cook a whole meal containing types of food which have different cooking durations, e.g. fish fillet with rice and broccoli. The food which has the longest cooking duration is placed in the steam oven first and then each subsequent dish is placed in the oven at the appropriate time so that the whole meal is ready at the same...

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    Steam cooking Example Rice 20 minutes Fish fillet 6 minutes Broccoli 4 minutes 20 minutes less 6 minutes = 14 minutes (1st duration: rice) 6 minutes less 4 minutes = 2 minutes (2nd duration: fish fillet) Remaining time = 4 minutes (3rd duration: broccoli) Duration 20 min - rice 6 min - fish fillet...

  • Page 51: Special Applications

    Special applications Reheating The steam oven is very effective at reheating food gently, without drying it out or cooking it further. The food will reheat evenly and does not need to be stirred during the reheating process. You can reheat individual dishes or plated meals which have been prepared previously (e.g.

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    Special applications Procedure ^ Cover the food with a deep plate, a lid, or with foil that is resistant to temperatures up to 100°C and to steam. ^ Place the plate or dish in a sufficiently large perforated container. Settings Temperature: 100 °C Duration: See chart Duration in minutes...

  • Page 53: Defrosting

    Special applications Defrosting It is much quicker to defrost items in the steam oven than at room temperature. Temperature 60 °C is the best temperature for defrosting. Exception: 50 °C for minced meat and game. Before and after defrosting Remove all packaging before defrosting. Exceptions: Leave bread, biscuits and cakes in their packaging as otherwise they will absorb moisture and become soft.

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    Special applications Tips Fish does not need to be fully defrosted before cooking. Defrost so that the surface is sufficiently thawed to take herbs and seasoning. Depending on the thickness of the fish, 2 - -5 minutes should be enough. When defrosting food which has frozen together, e.g.

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    Special applications Food to be defrosted Weight Temperature Defrosting duration Standing time in g in °C in minutes in minutes Dairy products Cheese slices Cream 20–25 10–15 Quark 20–25 10–15 Soft cheese 10–15 Fruit Apple sauce 20–25 10–15 Apple pieces 20–25 10–15 Apricots...

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    Special applications Food to be defrosted Weight Temperature Defrosting duration Standing time in g in °C in minutes in minutes Meat Cutlets / chops / 25–35 15–20 sausages Goulash 30–40 10–15 Goulash 1000 50–60 10–15 Liver 20–25 10–15 Minced meat 15–20 10–15 Minced meat...

  • Page 57: Bottling

    Special applications Bottling Only use unblemished, fresh produce which is in good condition for bottling. Glass jars Use clean glass jars and accessories and check them for any defects. Glass jars with twist off lids or glass lids with a rubber seal are suitable.

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    Special applications Tips Make use of residual heat by leaving the jars in the oven for 30 minutes after it has switched off. Then cover the jars with a cloth and allow to cool for approx. 24 hours. Procedure ^ Push the condensate tray in on the lowest level with a perforated container above it.

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    Special applications Produce Temperature Duration in °C in minutes* Fruit with pips Apples Apple sauce Quinces Vegetables Beans Broad beans Gherkins * The times quoted are for 1.0 litre jars. If using 0.5 litre jars reduce the duration by about 15 minutes. If using 0.25 litre jars reduce the duration by about 20 minutes.

  • Page 60: Extracting Juice With Steam

    Special applications Extracting juice with steam You can use the steam oven to extract juices from fruit, such as soft berries and cherries. It is best to use overripe fruit, as the riper the fruit the greater the quantity of juice produced. Very ripe fruit will also produce a more intense flavour.

  • Page 61: Making Yoghurt

    Special applications Making yoghurt To make yoghurt, you will need either fresh live yoghurt or yoghurt culture, obtainable from health food shops. Use natural yoghurt with live culture and without additives. Heat-treated yoghurt is not suitable. The yoghurt must be fresh (short storage time) You can use either unchilled long-life milk or fresh milk.

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    Special applications When using yoghurt enzyme, yoghurt can be made from a milk / cream mixture. Mix 3/4 litre milk with 1/4 litre cream. Procedure ^ Mix 100 g yoghurt with 1 litre of milk or make up the mixture with yoghurt enzyme, following the instructions on the packaging.

  • Page 63: Proving Yeast Dough

    Special applications Proving yeast dough Procedure ^ Prepare the dough according to the recipe. ^ Place the dough in an uncovered bowl in a perforated cooking container. Settings Temperature: 40 °C Duration: according to the recipe Dissolving gelatine Procedure ^ Gelatine leaves: Soak in a bowl of cold water for 5 minutes.

  • Page 64: Melting Chocolate

    Special applications Melting chocolate You can use the steam oven for melting any type of chocolate. Procedure ^ Break chocolate up into small pieces. Leave chocolate cake covering in its packaging, and place in a perforated cooking container. ^ Place large quantities in a solid cooking container and small quantites in a cup or a dish.

  • Page 65: Skinning Vegetables And Fruit

    Special applications Skinning vegetables and fruit Procedure ^ Cut a cross in the top of tomatoes, nectarines etc. This will allow the skin to be removed more easily. ^ Place the fruit/vegetables in a perforated cooking container. ^ To blanch almonds, it is important to plunge them into cold water as soon as they are taken out of the oven as otherwise the skin cannot be removed.

  • Page 66: Apple Storage

    Special applications Apple storage You can treat homegrown apples in the steam oven to increase the length of time you can store them for. Once treated, the apples will keep for 5 to 6 months when stored in a dry, cool and well-ventilated place. This method is only suitable for apples and not for other types of fruit.

  • Page 67: Sweating Onions

    Special applications Sweating onions Sweating means cooking the onions in their own juices, with the addition of a little fat if necessary. Procedure ^ Cut the onions up into small pieces and place them in a solid cooking container with a little butter. ^ Cover the container or the dish with foil that is resistant to temperatures up to 100 °C and to hot steam.

  • Page 68: Disinfecting Items

    Special applications Disinfecting items The steam oven will disinfect baby bottles and other containers so that at the end of the programme they are as germ free as they would have been had they been boiled. Check beforehand that all parts, teats etc. are declared by the manufacturer to be heat resistant to 100 °C and also that they can withstand hot steam.

  • Page 69: Decrystallise Honey

    Special applications Decrystallise honey Procedure ^ Loosen the lid and place the jar of honey in a perforated cooking container. ^ Stir the honey once during the cooking duration. Settings Temperature: 60 °C Duration: 90 minutes (depending on the size of jar or the amount of honey in the jar) Making eierstich Procedure...

  • Page 70: Settings

    Settings Your oven is supplied with a number of standard default settings. The standard settings listed in the chart can be altered. Before you begin, ensure that the appliance is switched off. ^ Touch and hold the s sensor. ^ While the s sensor is being touched, touch the ? sensor once briefly until the display lights up.

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    Settings The factory setting is shown in bold. Programme Status Available settings Factory default settings reinstated Demonstration mode Off, the appliance will heat up On, the appliance does not heat up Audible tone volume Very quiet Quiet Medium Loud Hardness Hardness range mmol/l Water hardness...

  • Page 72: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Danger of injury. Do not use a steam cleaning appliance to clean this appliance. The steam could reach electrical components and cause a short circuit. Danger of damage. Unsuitable cleaning agents can damage the surfaces of the appliance. Do not use commercial cleaning agents. Only use agents designed for domestic use.

  • Page 73: Appliance Front / Casing

    Cleaning and care Appliance front / Casing Remove any soiling immediately. If this is not done, it might become impossible to remove and could cause the surfaces to alter or discolour. Clean the front using a damp microfibre cloth or with a clean sponge and a solution of hot water and washing-up liquid.

  • Page 74: Oven Interior

    (see "Optional accessories"). After cleaning, wipe the surface with a damp cloth to remove any cleaning agent residues. Replace the door seal with a new one if it becomes porous or brittle. Door seals can be ordered from the Miele Spare Parts Department.

  • Page 75: Accessories

    Use a little vinegar to remove any bluish discolouration on the cooking containers. You could also use the Miele ceramic and stainless steel hob cleaner (see "Optional accessories"). Rinse the cooking containers thoroughly with clean water to remove any residual cleaning agent.

  • Page 76: Water Container

    Cleaning and care Water container Remove, empty and dry the water container after each use. ^ Release the insert by pushing the catches on the sides in towards each other and then pull it out of the container. ^ After cleaning, dry both parts thoroughly before replacing it in the water container.

  • Page 77: Coupling Seal

    Coupling seals can be ordered from the Miele Spare Parts Department. Only use the silicone grease supplied. On no account must margarine or oil or any other domestic grease or fat be used, as these can cause the seal to swell.

  • Page 78: Descaling

    Cleaning and care Descaling For optimum cleaning results we recommend that you use Miele descaling tablets (see "Optional accessories"). A proprietary citric acid based descaling agent can also be used. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on the packaging. Ensure that the descaling agent does not come into contact with the metal control panel or the door handle as this could cause marks.

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    Cleaning and care An audible tone will sound and the p symbol will start flashing ten minutes before the end of the descaling process. The water container needs to be filled with fresh water. ^ Remove and empty the water container. Remove the insert. ^ Rinse the water container and the insert thoroughly.

  • Page 80: Problem Solving Guide

    If, after resetting the trip switch in the mains fuse box and switching the appliance back on, the appliance will still not heat up, contact a qualified electrician or the Miele Service Department. The appliance does not Demonstration mode is activated.

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    Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause and remedy The fan can still be The appliance is fitted with a fan which removes steam heard after the from the oven. The fan continues to run even after the appliance has been appliance has been switched off.

  • Page 82

    Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause and remedy The p symbol The water container has not been pushed into the appliance properly. appears in the display and an ^ Remove the water container and push it back in so that audible tone may it connects.

  • Page 83

    Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause and remedy F and a number appear in the display. Technical fault. ^ Switch the appliance off and call the Service Department. The water container has not been pushed into the appliance properly. ^ Remove the water container and push it back in so that it connects.

  • Page 84: Optional Accessories

    Optional accessories Miele offer a range of useful accessories as well as cleaning and conditioning products for your Miele appliances. These can be ordered online via: or from Miele (see back cover for contact details) Cooking containers There is a wide range of perforated and solid cooking...

  • Page 85

    Optional accessories DGGL 5 Perforated cooking container Gross capacity 2.5 litres / Usable capacity 2.0 litres 325 x 175 x 65 mm (W x D x H) DGGL 6 Perforated cooking container Gross capacity 4.0 litres / Usable capacity 2.8 litres 325 x 175 x 100 mm (W x D x H) DGG 7 Solid cooking container...

  • Page 86: Cleaning And Care Products

    Condensate tray DGG 15 To catch excess moisture 325 x 265 x 40 mm (W x D x H) Cleaning and care products Miele descaling tablets Pack of 6 For descaling the water container Ceramic and stainless steel hob cleaner...

  • Page 87: Other Accessories

    Die-cast aluminium casserole dish with non-stick surface and stainless steel lid. Also suitable for use on an extended zone of induction hobs and in all Miele ovens. Not suitable for use on gas hobs. Maximum capacity: 2.5 kg. Dimensions: 325 x 260 x 65 mm...

  • Page 88: Safety Instructions For Installation

    Safety instructions for installation Before connecting the appliance to the mains supply, ensure that the connection data on the data plate (voltage and frequency) match the mains electricity supply. This data must correspond in order to avoid the risk of damage to the appliance.

  • Page 89: Appliance And Building-in Dimensions

    DG 6020 Appliance and building-in dimensions Installation in a tall unit a Built-in steam oven b Building-in niche c Inlet for mains connection cable to the appliance d Recommended position for electrical socket Do not position behind the appliance. e Mains connection cable * Appliances with glass front ** Appliances with metal front...

  • Page 90

    DG 6020 Installation in a dresser unit a Built-in steam oven b Building-in niche c Inlet for mains connection cable to the appliance d Recommended position for electrical socket. Important: Do not position behind the appliance. e Mains connection cable * Appliances with glass front ** Appliances with metal front...

  • Page 91

    DG 6020 Installation in a wall unit a Built-in steam oven b Building-in niche c Inlet for mains connection cable to the appliance d Recommended position for electrical socket. Important: Do not position behind the appliance. e Mains connection cable * Appliances with glass front ** Appliances with metal front...

  • Page 92

    DG 6020 Installation in a base unit When building the appliance into a base unit underneath a hob please also observe the installation instructions for the hob as well as the building-in depth required for the hob. a Built-in steam oven b Building-in niche c Inlet for mains connection cable to the appliance d Recommended position for electrical socket.

  • Page 93

    DG 6020 Installation underneath a wall unit a Built-in steam oven b Building-under casing (available as an optional accessory) c Inlet for mains connection cable to the appliance d Recommended position for electrical socket. Important: Do not position behind the appliance. e Mains connection cable f Dimension including connection socket * Appliances with glass front...

  • Page 94: Appliance And Building-in Dimensions

    DG 6030 Appliance and building-in dimensions Installation in a tall unit a Built-in steam oven b Building-in niche c Inlet for mains connection cable to the appliance d Recommended position for electrical socket. Important: Do not position behind the appliance. e Mains connection cable * Appliances with glass front ** Appliances with metal front...

  • Page 95

    DG 6030 Installation in a dresser unit a Built-in steam oven b Building-in niche c Inlet for mains connection cable to the appliance d Recommended position for electrical socket. Important: Do not position behind the appliance. e Mains connection cable * Appliances with glass front ** Appliances with metal front...

  • Page 96

    DG 6030 Installation in a wall unit a Built-in steam oven b Building-in niche c Inlet for mains connection cable to the appliance d Recommended position for electrical socket. Important: Do not position behind the appliance. e Mains connection cable * Appliances with glass front ** Appliances with metal front...

  • Page 97

    DG 6030 Installation in a base unit When building the appliance into a base unit underneath a hob please also observe the installation instructions for the hob as well as the building-in depth required for the hob. a Built-in steam oven b Building-in niche c Inlet for mains connection cable to the appliance dRecommended position for electrical socket.

  • Page 98: Installation

    Installation Fitting the feet The appliance is supplied with four feet. If the building-in niche is 350 mm high, the steam oven is installed without fitting the feet. If the building-in niche is 360 mm high, the feet need to be screwed into the appliance before installing it in the niche.

  • Page 99: Installing The Appliance

    Installation Installing the appliance ^ Secure wood panels a with the 3 x 20 mm screws b supplied to the left hand side of the niche. Dimension x for niche height: 350 mm = 30 ± 5 mm 360 mm = 40 ± 5 mm ^ Drill two x 2.0 mm C fixing holes in the wood trim.

  • Page 100: Electrical Connection

    Electrical connection All electrical work should be carried out by a suitably qualified and competent person, in strict accordance with current local and national safety regulations (BS 7671 in the UK). Installation, repairs and other work by unqualified persons could be dangerous. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for unauthorised work.

  • Page 101

    Electrical connection Important U.K. The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance withthe following code: Green/yellow = earth Blue = neutral Brown = live WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED Non-rewireable plugs BS 1363 The fuse cover must be refitted when changing the fuse, and if the fuse cover is lost, the plug must not be used until a suitable replacement is obtained.

  • Page 102: After Sales Service, Data Plate, Guarantee

    – your Miele dealer, or – the Miele service department. Contact details for Miele are given on the back cover of this manual. N.B. A call-out charge will be applied for service visits where the problem could have been resolved as described in these instructions.

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