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Descriptive Technical
Documentation
- Model-dependent -
DTD no. 12-9800
Model(s): T 9800, T 9820
05.12.2006, US_am
This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

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    Descriptive Technical Documentation - Model-dependent - DTD no. 12-9800 Model(s): T 9800, T 9820 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

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    This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ........Temperature limiter with manual reset (F1) has tripped ..030-7 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

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    LED Clean air paths flashes rapidly ..... . . 090-8 This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

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    Fuses Replace........100-3 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

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    Descriptive Technical Documentation DTD no. 12-9800 This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 7: Warning And Safety Instructions

    As a matter of standard practice, do a visual as well as an operational check. Danger! Wear protective gloves and use edge shields (M. no. 05057680) to prevent cuts by sharp-edged components. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

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    Warning! Before starting any service or repair work, it is essential to disconnect the dryer from its gas supply. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

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    Dangerous voltages may exist on defective appliances as well as on accessible conductive parts that are not connected to ground! Note Do a touch current measurement on the following accessible conductive parts: none. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

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    Descriptive Technical Documentation DTD no. 12-9800 This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

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    Descriptive Technical Documentation DTD no. 12-9800 Modification History When? Who? What? TT.MM.20XX Olaf Meyer zu Drewer Revised Version 1 Start of production beginning of 2007. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

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    Descriptive Technical Documentation DTD no. 12-9800 This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

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    Under counter Washer/Dryer Optional stand Liquid propane optional conversion PC interface WLAN interface WLAN ready, accessory (IEEE802.11), miele@home Table 1: Technical Data General 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

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    Descriptive Technical Documentation DTD no. 12-9800 This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

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    Descriptive Technical Documentation DTD no. 12-9800 Layout of Electrical Components Optical PC interface Layout 1 1 (PC LED) Optical PC interface 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

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    Temperature limiter with manual reset 18 (2F1) Temperature limiter with manual reset 19 (2R30) Temperatur sensor Heating/Drying 20 (1F1) Temperature limiter with manual reset This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

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    Temperature limiter flame flashback with manual reset 19 (B1/16) Flame sensor (radiant output sensor) 20 (1F1) Temperature limiter with manual reset 21 (2R30) Temperature sensor Heating 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

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    Descriptive Technical Documentation DTD no. 12-9800 This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 19: 010 Housing, Front Panel

    Descriptive Technical Documentation DTD no. 12-9800 010-1 Housing, Front panel 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 20: Technical Data

    010-2 DTD no. 12-9800 Technical Data Design Upright unit, frame construction, side walls embossed for reinforcement Table 1: Technical data Housing, Front panel This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 21: Service

    A Lift the lid at the front and slide it toward the rear, thereby releasing it from its retainers. Take the lid off. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 22: Front Panel Remove

    Remove the door so it doesn't get damaged as the front panel is being removed. Fig. 2 A Release the front panel attachment. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 23: Side Panel Remove

    A Remove the front panel, refer to Front panel Remove, 010 4.2. Fig. 3 A Remove the side panel retaining screws. A Take the side panel off. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 24

    Descriptive Technical Documentation 010-6 DTD no. 12-9800 This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 25: Door, Lock

    Porthole door, Door hinge is on the left and cannot be reversed Lock Manual pull-open lock Door lock contact switch (A2), Drum door open = contact open Table 1: Technical data Door, Lock 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 26

    An open door is registered by a microswitch in the door lock. Microswitch in door lock (A2): Drum door open = > Contact open. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 27: Service

    A Take the front panel off, refer to Front panel Remove, 010 4.2. A Detach the hinge attachment from the front panel, take the washer and the hinge off. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 28: Door Hinge Install

    A Position the door seal such that the welded seam of the seal is at the hinge. Door lock (A2) Remove Fig. 3 This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

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    A Remove the front panel, refer to Front panel Remove, 010 4.2. A Take the door lock (A2) off and pull the connecting plug off. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 30

    Descriptive Technical Documentation 020-6 DTD no. 12-9800 This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 31: 030 Drum, Rear Bearing, Sensor, Heater Bank

    Descriptive Technical Documentation DTD no. 12-9800 030-1 Drum, rear bearing, sensor, heater bank 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 32: Technical Data

    230 (110) 5.14 248 (120) 3.95 266 (130) 3.07 284 (140) 2.41 302 (150) 1.92 320 (160) 1.55 338 (170) 1.26 356 (180) 1.03 This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 33

    248 (120) 0.569 266 (130) 0.449 284 (140) 0.358 302 (150) 0.289 Table 4: NTC temperature sensor (1R30) drying air - Resistance values 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 34: Function

    The value of the electrical resistance depends on the type of laundry, the degree of moisture, the laundry load (weight) and the drum rotating angle (centrifugal force, rib contact). This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 35: Heater Control

    If the heater is defective, Fault F 4 (drying/heating temperature sensor, 2R30) is issued. If the NTC temperature sensor heating/drying has a short circuit, corresponding to 482 °F, the heater is switched off immediately. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 36: Drum Light (h3/6) (interior Drum Light)

    Time controlled: 1 second after the door is opened. Switch off delay: 5 minutes. When the door is closed, the light is always switched off. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 37: Fault Repair

    A Check the bearing of the front support roller, and adjust it. Cause Intermediate V-belt power transmission is faulty. Remedy A Check the intermediate V-belt for dirt deposits, wear and tear, and tension. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

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    Drum V-belt is faulty. Remedy A Check the drum V-belt for dirt deposits, wear and tear, and tension (tension spring of intermediate drive). This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 39: Service

    A Remove the service panel door at the dryer back. A Take the wire out of the heater bank wiring harness (rear of appliance housing). A Disconnect the plugs. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 40: Rear Bearing Replace

    A In electrically run dryers: Detach the heater bank attachment and take the heater bank off, refer to Heater bank Replace, 030 4.1. Fig. 2: Bearing housing attachment A Unscrew the bearing housing attachment. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

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    DTD no. 12-9800 030-11 Fig. 3 A Take the top plate off. A Unlock the drum bearing at the back and take it off. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

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    Descriptive Technical Documentation 030-12 DTD no. 12-9800 This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 43: Heating (gas)

    Descriptive Technical Documentation DTD no. 12-9800 031-1 Heating (Gas) T 9820 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 44: Technical Data

    (1F1, 2F1) with manual reset, 16 A, 120°C/100 °C ± 5 K Safety time, refer to 031 2.1.3 Safety 90 seconds time Table 1: Technical data Heating (Gas) This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 45: Function

    Gas solenoid valve (Y57) Gas solenoid valve (Y57/2) Gas solenoid valve (Y57/1) Maintaining coil gas solenoid valve (Y57/1) Booster coil gas solenoid valve (Y57/1) Ignitor (E1/1) 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 46

    Now the ignitor electrode (E1/1) no longer carries voltage. However now the gas solenoid valve (Y57/2) receives voltage via the low ohmic ignitor electrode (E1/1) and the gas solenoid valve (Y57/2) opens. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 47: Safety Time

    Safety time The safety time is the time span between the point when the flame goes out and the gas supply shuts off. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 48: Temperature Sensor Heating/drying (2r30)

    The bi-metal temperature limiter (2F1) at the burner entrance serves to detect any flame flashback. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 49: Service 031-7

    At the same time, check the general area of the burner for heat damage. Warning! If the rear temperature limiter (1F1) has tripped, check the exhaust air duct and the fan for heat damage. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

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    A Check if now the gas solenoid valve (Y57/2) receives voltage via the low ohmic ignitor electrode (E1/1) and the gas solenoid valve (Y57/2) opens. Jet pressure, refer to 031 Fig. 6. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 51: Gas Solenoid Valve Remove

    A Remove the left side panel, refer to Side panel Remove, 010 4.3. Fig. 7 A Pull the plugs off the gas regulation valve. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

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    A Remove the retaining bracket of the gas regulation valve. Tools: 7 mm Allen wrench and Phillips screwdriver. A Take the gas regulation valve off the burner. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 53

    A Tools: Two 17 mm wrenches. Attach the gas connecting line to the gas regulation valve. Fasten the connecting nut and turn all the way to its stop. Fig. 10 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 54

    A Connect the 2 plugs and the ground lead to the gas regulation valve. A Attach the right side panel. A Attach the front panel. A Attach the fascia panel. A Attach the dryer lid. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 55: Gas Burner Install

    A Remove the left side panel, refer to Side panel Remove, 010 4.3. A Remove the gas solenoid valve, refer to Gas solenoid valve Remove, 031 4.2. Fig. 12 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 56

    A Attach the front panel, refer to Front panel Remove, 010 4.2. A Attach the fascial panel. A Fit the dryer lid, refer to Lid Remove, 010 4.1. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 57

    With the system under normal gas pressure, check the gas connections for tight seal using a spray such as Leak Test. Check the function of the dryer. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

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    Descriptive Technical Documentation 031-16 DTD no. 12-9800 This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 59: Motor, Fan

    Descriptive Technical Documentation DTD no. 12-9800 040-1 Motor, Fan 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 60: Technical Data

    / h). (20 m pipe, d = 4 volume flow, (100 mm), straight run without additional structures free flowing Table 1: Technical data Motor, Fan This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 61: Air Duct, Front Bearing

    Descriptive Technical Documentation DTD no. 12-9800 050-1 Air duct, Front bearing 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 62: Technical Data

    E 14 Bayonet closure, activation via relay on the Program/ Power module (EPWL). USA: 120 V, 15 W Table 1: Technical data Air duct, Front bearing This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 63: Fascia Panel, Control/power Electronic

    Descriptive Technical Documentation DTD no. 12-9800 090-1 Fascia panel, Control/Power electronic 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 64: Technical Data

    (B3/1), 1-rib sampling Insufficient air detection via temperature sensor heating/drying (2R30) and temperature sensor drying air (1R30) Table 1: Technical data Fascia panel, Electrical system This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 65: Function 090-3

    An extended cooldown time reduces the temperature of the laundry at program end. The result is that the laundry feels less damp. The cooldown time extension has no effect on timed drying programs. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 66: Programming Function Prompt To Clean Air Ducts

    There is no anti- crease action, and no fault code is indicated. The fault is saved and can be called up in the service mode. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 67: Insufficient Air Detection

    Operating hours meter The time is counted from program start to the end of cool down, without the time for delay start and anti-crease action. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 68: Fault Repair

    Check the residual moisture sensor (B3/1) A Check the residual moisture sensor (B3/1) for low-ohmic (continuity) status, refer to Service mode summary, 090 4.3. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 69: Led Clean Air Paths Lights Up Solid

    The fault message Clean air paths is issued prematurely. Remedy A Adjust the fault message indication Clean air paths , refer to operating instructions, or Programming mode summary, 090 4.1. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 70: Led Clean Air Paths Flashes Rapidly

    A Temperature sensor heating/drying (2R30) characteristic curve, refer to 030 Table 3. A Delete fault memory, refer to Service mode summary, 090 4.3. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 71: Led Hand Iron Flashes

    Electric: Temperature limiter with manual reset (F1) has tripped. Remedy A Reset the temperature limiter (F1). A Find the cause for the temperature limiter tripping, and rectify it. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 72: All Program Leds Flash

    Deactivate, 090 4.2. F 0 No fault Cause No fault is saved in the fault memory of the power module (ELP). Remedy A None. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 73: F 1 Short Circuit In Ntc Temperature Sensor Heating/drying (2r30)

    A Check the lines and plugs of the temperature sensor heating/drying (2R30) for short circuit and open circuit. A For NTC temperature sensor heating/drying characteristic curve, refer to 030 Table 3. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 74

    A Find the cause for the temperature limiter tripping, and rectify it. Cause Gas: Gas burner not heating. Remedy A Check the gas burner, refer to Gas burner Check, 031 4.1. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 75: F 3 Ntc Temperature Sensor Drying Air (1r30) Short Circuit

    A Check the lines and plugs of temperature sensor drying air (1R30) for short circuit and open circuit. A For temperature sensor drying air (1R30) characteristic curve, refer to 030 Table 4. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 76: F 50 Motor Stalls And Heater Is On For 3 Seconds

    A Spin the laundry more thoroughly in the washer, or reduce the laundry load. Cause Laundry is electrically conductive (low ohmic), due to a metal zipper for example. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 77

    Residual moisture sensor (B3/1)-Check the sampler: A Check the residual moisture sensor (B3/1) voltage circuit for high ohmic (isolation) status, refer to Service mode summary, 090 4.3. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 78: F 66 Air Leakage

    2 minutes. Cause Air paths clogged. Insufficient air measurement, refer to 090 2.5 Insufficient air detection. Remedy A Clean the air paths. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 79: Service 090-17

    For the dryer to function properly, specific options for the country it is operating in have to be selected. The service department software has to be adapted. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 80: Open The Door

    Table 3: Programming mode summary Save and quit Note Programming options selected are saved in the Program/Power module (EPWL). A Open the door. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 81: Demonstration Mode Activate / Deactivate

    A Operating simulation / Interactive demo mode: In interactive demo mode, the appliance can be operated, without a program being started. Save and quit A To deactivate the demo mode, repeat the access. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 82: Service Mode Summary

    The component test switches off automatically 30 minutes after the last component is activated. Service function Option Buzzer LED short Drying LED long shor This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 83

    30 minutes after the last component is activated. In 1 rib sensing, only one rib is used for the reading. Select sensor and start the test: Press the Start/Stop pad. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 84: Program Selection Module (ew) - Service View

    A Take the fascia panel off. A Remove the screws of the program selection module (EW), press in on the retaining tabs, and take the electronic module off. This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 85

    A Take the dryer lid off, refer to Lid Remove, 010 4.1. A Remove the screws of the fascia support panel. A Lift the fascia support panel out and remove it. 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 86

    Descriptive Technical Documentation 090-24 DTD no. 12-9800 This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 87: Electrical System

    Descriptive Technical Documentation DTD no. 12-9800 100-1 Electrical system 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 88: Technical Data

    Heater relays (1K1/1, 2K1/1, Heater relays (1K1/1, 2K1/1) system 3K1/1), Single anchor relays, Rating 11 A, Coil: 12 V DC, Table 1: Technical data Electrical system This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

  • Page 89: Service

    Descriptive Technical Documentation DTD no. 12-9800 100-3 Service Fuses Replace T 9800 Fig. 1 05.12.2006, US_am This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved.

  • Page 90

    Descriptive Technical Documentation 100-4 DTD no. 12-9800 This information should not be duplicated or passed on without Miele approval. All rights reserved. 05.12.2006, US_am...

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