Operating instructions Dryers PT 8251 + COP PT 8253 PT 8331 + COP PT 8333 PT 8401 PT 8403 PT 8503 PT 8803 en - GB To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the machine it is essential to read these instructions before installing, M.-Nr.
Gas-heated machines Safety precautions to take if you smell gas – Turn off the gas emergency control valve immediately. This is usually located near the gas meter. – Eliminate all sources of ignition in a safe manner. Do not smoke, light cigarette lighters or matches. –...
Faulty components must only be replaced by gen- Programmes specifically designed for them): uine Miele original spare parts. Only when these parts – fabrics which contain a large proportion of rubber, are fitted can the safety standards of the machine be foam rubber or rubber-like materials.
These must be repaired before it is used again. Accessory parts may only be fitted when ex- pressly approved by Miele. If spare parts or accesso- Do not damage, remove or bypass the safety fea- ries from other manufacturers are used, this will invali- tures, fixtures and control elements of this machine.
Caring for the environment Disposal of the packing material Tips on saving energy The transport and protective packing has been Make sure that your laundry is thoroughly spun selected from materials which are environmentally before drying. This saves time and energy. friendly for disposal.
Guide to the machine f Electrical connection a Emergency stop switch Only for use in an emergency. Once the danger is no longer present, turn the g Air intake grooved disc clockwise to disengage the switch. h Exhaust connection Do not use the Emergency stop switch to turn off the dryer in normal use.
Drying Sort the laundry Starched laundry can be machine dried. Select the most appropriate programme for ironing by hand or machine. Not all textiles are suitable for machine drying. Sort the laundry according to the level of dryness re- Please read the instructions given on the garment quired.
Drying This machine must only be installed and commissioned by a Miele authorised technician. For gas heated machines in the UK, this must be carried out by a Gas Safe registered engineer. Before using for the first time Before loading the dryer with laundry, wipe the internal drum surface with a soft, dry cloth.
Dryers PT 8251, 8331, 8401 Selecting a temperature Drying High Cooling down Medium Programme finished / Anti-crease The programme sequence is displayed in three Cold stages. The stage the programme is at will be highlighted in yellow. Programme finished ^ Press the temperature selection button and select At the end of the programme a buzzer will sound to the required drying temperature - indicate that it has finished.
Dryers PT 8253, 8333, 8403, 8503, 8803 Selecting a programme Lowering the temperature ^ When drying delicate fabrics (such as acrylic), press the K Low temperature additional option but- ton. ^ Press the START/STOP button. The drying programme will begin. The segment display will show the residual moisture which is currently in the laundry until the programme is finished.
Drying Interrupting a programme At the end of the programme: ^ Open the drum door. The programme is interrupted by: - pressing the mains On/Off switch s, ^ Unload the drum. - opening the drum door, Make sure nothing is left behind in the drum. If - opening the fluff compartment flap.
PT 8251, 8331 COP Control panel PT 8251, 8331 Profitronic B COP (Coin Operation) 1 Segment display - Time 2 Programme sequence display 3 Temperature selection button 4 Venting system fault indicator 5 Fluff filter fault indicator 6 START/STOP button 7 On/Off switch Time selection can be controlled by a C 4065 coin control unit or other type of payment system.
Reprogramming Reprogramming individual drying Example of reprogramming PT 8251, 8331, 8401 Profitronic B Timed programme machines programmes (Changing the Standard options) P 4 to alter the acoustic tone when a button is Individual drying programmes can be altered to suit pressed (see "Programmable functions").
Reprogramming Programmable functions Programmable function Standard Programmable option Buzzer volume 0 = quiet 1 = loud Buzzer at the end of the programme 0 = Off 1 = On Memory function 0 = Off 1 = On Acoustic tone which sounds when a button is pressed 0 = Off 1 = On P 5*...
Problem solving guide Fault messages Indicator / display Possible cause Remedy Over-pressure in vent ducting. Check the vent ducting. Leaks in the airways. Call the Service Department. Fluff filter blocked Clean the fluff filter. Gas burner malfunction Press the START/STOP button. Other messages Peak load cut-out If the peak load cut-out is overridden, the...
If taken into the dryer, they can cause faults with the machine. The following should be checked and cleaned once a year by a Miele authorised service technician: – The burners and burner compartment on gas-heated dryers, the heaters and heater shaft on electric-heated dryers.
To ensure suitable access is maintained for future This machine must only be installed and commis- maintenance and service work, please ensure that sioned by a Miele authorised technician. the minimum distances between the machine and the wall as specified on the installation diagram are This appliance must be installed in strictly observed.
Installation on a raised plinth If this noise disturbs you it is possible to fit a silencer (available from Miele as an optional accessory) into The dryer can be installed on a raised concrete the dryer's exhaust duct (see Installation instructions).
Repairs must only be carried power supply to the appliance. out by an authorised technician to ensure safety. In the event of a fault please contact the Miele Ser- Equipotential bonding vice Department. Equipotential bonding must be carried out if required.
Technical data PT 825X EL/G PT 825X EL/G PT 840X EL/G/D PT 850X EL/G/D PT 880X EL/G/D Height in mm 1400 1400 1400 1640 1640 Width in mm 1206 1206 Depth in mm 1019 1148 1002 1368 Depth with door open in 1466 1649 1778...
Explanation of symbols on the data plate 1 Machine type 2 Serial number 3 Article number 4 Material number 5 Voltage/Frequency 6 Control fuse 7 Drive motor 8 Drum data 9 Drum diameter/Drum depth 10 Spin speed 11 Drum volume/Laundry dry weight 12 Kinetic energy 13 Run-up time 14 Braking time...