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Miele HR1421 Installation Instructions Manual

30" electric, 30" induction range 30", 36" all gas range 30", 36", 48" dual fuel range.
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Installation Instructions

30" Electric, 30" Induction Range
30", 36" All Gas Range
30", 36", 48" Dual Fuel Range
To prevent accidents and damage to the range, you must read all
instructions supplied before installing or using the appliance.
en–US, CA
M.-Nr. 09 898 161

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  • Page 1: Installation Instructions

    Installation Instructions 30" Electric, 30" Induction Range 30", 36" All Gas Range 30", 36", 48" Dual Fuel Range To prevent accidents and damage to the range, you must read all instructions supplied before installing or using the appliance. en–US, CA M.-Nr.

  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS  WARNING Children and adults can tip over the range if has not been secured. This may lead to fatal injuries.  This range must be secured and connected using the anti-tip device according to the installation instructions. ...

  • Page 3

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS  WARNING: If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury, or death. – Do not use or store gasoline or other combustible liquids or vapors in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS..............2 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS..............6 Notes on installation .................... 13 Model numbers ..................... 13 Data plate ......................13 Distance to the range hood..................13 Items included with this range ................13 Toe-kick and drop guard................... 14 Installation of the toe-kick.................

  • Page 5

    Contents Included accessories ..................... 73 Installation dimensions of locking bolt..............74 Installing the range with the anti-tip device ............74 Disconnecting the range from the anti-tip device..........77 Electrical connection ................... 78 Data plate......................79 Plumbing ....................... 81 Notes on connecting to the water supply .............. 81 Attach the stainless steel hose to the range.

  • Page 6: Important Safety Instructions

    Both documents contain important information about installation, safety, use and maintenance. Miele cannot be held liable for damage occurring as a result of non-compliance with the instructions. Keep these installation instructions and operating instructions in a...

  • Page 7

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS  This range is intended for domestic use and use in other similar environments.  This appliance is not intended for outdoor use.  Use the range exclusively under normal domestic conditions: – Use the oven for baking, roasting, broiling, defrosting, canning and drying food.

  • Page 8

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Children  Children must be kept away from the range unless constantly supervised.  Please supervise any children in the vicinity of the range and do not let them play with the appliance.  Burn hazard from improper use! Do not allow children to operate the oven.

  • Page 9

    Technical safety  Installation, repair and maintenance work should be performed by a Miele authorized service technician in accordance with national and local safety regulations and the provided installation instructions. Contact Miele’s Technical Service Department for examination, repair or adjustment. Repairs and other work by unauthorized persons could be dangerous and may void the warranty.

  • Page 10

    Risk of electric shock! If the ceramic surface of the stovetop is defective or chipped, cracked or broken in any way, immediately switch the stovetop off and do not continue to use it. Disconnect the range from the power supply and contact Miele Technical Service.

  • Page 11

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS  In order for the range to function properly, it requires an adequate supply of cool air. Ensure that the air flow is not impaired. Also be sure that the cool air supply is not excessively heated by other heat sources (e.g.

  • Page 12: Cleaning And Care

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Preparing your appliance for an extended vacation  If you elect to turn off the water to your home for an extended period of time, please note that this may not be enough to reduce the risk of a leak. To be completely safe, you must turn off the water supply to each individual appliance.

  • Page 13: Notes On Installation

    – Speed Oven load) for your range. – Warming Drawer Have this information available when – an anti-tip device including screws contacting Miele Technical Service. for fastening the range, Distance to the range hood – various accessories. The minimum clearance between the appliance and a range hood above will be listed by the hood manufacturer.

  • Page 14: Toe-kick And Drop Guard

    Notes on installation Toe-kick and drop guard Installation of the drop guard 30" and 36" range The drop guard covers the gap The components are located in the between the oven cavity and the door. packaging of the range.  Open the oven door. 48"...

  • Page 15: Assembling The Grill

    Notes on installation Assembling the grill  Burn hazard! The burners must be turned off and allowed to cool completely.  Risk of injury!  Place the grill  into position. The cast-iron grill is heavy. Carry the grill carefully and place it Cleaning and care securely on a soft base so that it lies Tip: All parts can be disassembled in...

  • Page 16: Optional Accessories

    Backguard All accessories and cleaning products listed in these instructions are designed The rear of the range must be to be used with the Miele range. accessible. These can be ordered from the Miele Mount the backguard before installing website (see end of this booklet for the anti-tip device and connecting the contact details).

  • Page 17

    Notes on installation a Backguard b Rear panel backguard c Inside panel  Place the backguard  face down on a soft surface to avoid scratching. The lower edge should line up with the edge of the table, so that the backguard lies flat.

  • Page 18

    Notes on installation 20" Backguard  Once the backguard is placed on the range push the backguard backwards.  Mount the inner panel and the rear panel on the backguard using the screws provided.  Mount the backguard on the range using the screws provided.

  • Page 19: Rbs Backsplash

    Depending on the model, the range maybe compatible with RemoteVision In order to use the RemoteVision monitoring service, you will require a XKM 3000 W Communication Module. Refer to the Operating and Installation Instructions of the Miele XKM 3000 W Communication Module.

  • Page 20

    Notes on installation Do not carry or lift the range by the oven door handle or the control panel! The range is heavy. Due to the size and weight of the appliance, installation should be performed by two people. The net weight of the range with accessories is as follows: Model Width Net weight incl.

  • Page 21: Required Connections

    Notes on installation Installation location This appliance is not intended for outdoor use. Ranges with a connection to the water supply should not be installed in rooms where there is a risk of freezing temperatures. The floor of the space where the appliance is to be installed must be flat, level and made of a strong, rigid material.

  • Page 22: Electric Range Dimensions

    Electric Range dimensions HR 1421; HR 1622...

  • Page 23

    24" (609 mm) Minimum distance to a protected combustible surface or if a Miele Ventilation Hood is used. For all other Hoods, please consult with manufacturer's instructions for required distances.

  • Page 24: Detailed Views Of Hr 1421

    Electric Range dimensions Detailed views of HR 1421 Side view of HR 1421 47 5/8" (1210mm) 28 15/16" (734.4mm) 27 1/4" (692mm) 24 15/16" (633mm) (x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm - 139.7 mm)

  • Page 25

    Electric Range dimensions Detailed front side view of HR 1421 2 3/8" (60mm) 1 9/16" (40mm) 1/8" (3mm) 1 1/4" (32mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) 2 9/16" (65.2mm)

  • Page 26

    Electric Range dimensions Rear view of HR 1421 E = Electrical connection...

  • Page 27: Detailed Views Of Hr 1622

    Electric Range dimensions Detailed views of HR 1622 Side view of HR 1622 47 5/8" (1210mm) 28 15/16" (734.4mm) 27 1/4" (692mm) 24 15/16" (633mm) (x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm - 139.7 mm)

  • Page 28

    Electric Range dimensions Detailed front side view of HR 1622 2 3/8" (60mm) 1 9/16" (40mm) 1/8" (3mm) 1 1/4" (32mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) 2 9/16" (65.2mm)

  • Page 29

    Electric Range dimensions Rear view of HR 1622 E = Electrical connection W = Water connection...

  • Page 30: All Gas Range Dimensions

    All Gas Range dimensions HR 1124, HR 1134, HR 1135, HR 1136  In case of combustible construction, an additional minimum clearance of 6" (each side) is necessary. Position Dimension Description 13" (330 mm) Maximum depth of top cabinet  ...

  • Page 31

    30" (762 mm) Minimum distance between the top of the cooking area and the bottom of the Miele Range Hood (DAR model with DRxB XL Blower). For all other Hoods, please consult with manufacturer's instructions for required distances.

  • Page 32

    36" (914 mm) Minimum distance between the top of the cooking area and the bottom of the Miele Range Hood (DAR model with DRxB XL Blower). 30" (762 mm) Minimum distance between the top of the cooking area and the bottom of the Miele Range Hood (DAR model with DRxB XXL Blower).

  • Page 33

    30" (762 mm) Minimum distance between the top of the cooking area and the bottom of the Miele Range Hood (DAR model with DRxB XL or DRxB XXL Blower). For all other Hoods, please consult with manufacturer's instructions for required distances.

  • Page 34: Detailed Views Of Hr 1124

    All Gas Range dimensions Detailed views of HR 1124 Side view of HR 1124 47 5/8" (1210mm) 28 15/16" (734.4mm) 27 1/4" (692mm) 24 15/16" (633mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) (x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm - 139.7 mm)

  • Page 35

    All Gas Range dimensions Detailed front side view of HR 1124 2 3/8" (60mm) 1 9/16" (40mm) 1/8" (3mm) 1 1/4" (32mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) 2 9/16" (65.2mm)

  • Page 36

    All Gas Range dimensions Rear view of HR 1124 E = Electrical connection G = Gas connection...

  • Page 37: Detailed Views Of Hr 1134

    All Gas Range dimensions Detailed views of HR 1134 Side view of HR 1134 47 5/8" (1210mm) 28 15/16" (734.4mm) 27 1/4" (692mm) 24 15/16" (633mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) (x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm - 139.7 mm)

  • Page 38

    All Gas Range dimensions Detailed front side view of HR 1134 2 3/8" (60mm) 1 9/16" (40mm) 1/8" (3mm) 1 1/4" (32mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) 2 9/16" (65.2mm)

  • Page 39

    All Gas Range dimensions Rear view of HR 1134 E = Electrical connection G = Gas connection...

  • Page 40: Detailed Views Of Hr 1135

    All Gas Range dimensions Detailed views of HR 1135 Side view of HR 1135 47 5/8" (1210mm) 28 15/16" (734.4mm) 27 1/4" (692mm) 24 15/16" (633mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) (x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm - 139.7 mm)

  • Page 41

    All Gas Range dimensions Detailed front side view of HR 1135 2 3/8" (60mm) 1 9/16" (40mm) 1/8" (3mm) 1 1/4" (32mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) 2 9/16" (65.2mm)

  • Page 42

    All Gas Range dimensions Rear view of HR 1135 E = Electrical connection G = Gas connection...

  • Page 43: Detailed Views Of Hr 1136

    All Gas Range dimensions Detailed views of HR 1136 Side view of HR 1136 47 5/8" (1210mm) 28 15/16" (734.4mm) 27 1/4" (692mm) 24 15/16" (633mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) (x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm - 139.7 mm)

  • Page 44

    All Gas Range dimensions Detailed front side view of HR 1136 2 3/8" (60mm) 1 9/16" (40mm) 1/8" (3mm) 1 1/4" (32mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) 2 9/16" (65.2mm)

  • Page 45

    All Gas Range dimensions Rear view of HR 1136 E = Electrical connection G = Gas connection...

  • Page 46: Dual Fuel Range Dimensions

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions HR 1924, HR 1934, HR 1935, HR 1936, HR 1954, HR 1955, HR 1956  In case of combustible construction, an additional minimum clearance of 6" (each side) is necessary. Position Dimension Description  13" (330 mm) Maximum depth of top cabinet ...

  • Page 47

    30" (762 mm) Minimum distance between the top of the cooking area and the bottom of the Miele Range Hood (DAR model with DRxB XL Blower). For all other Hoods, please consult with manufacturer's instructions for required distances.

  • Page 48

    36" (914 mm) Minimum distance between the top of the cooking area and the bottom of the Miele Range Hood (DAR model with DRxB XL Blower). 30" (762 mm) Minimum distance between the top of the cooking area and the bottom of the Miele Range Hood (DAR model with DRxB XXL Blower).

  • Page 49

    30" (762 mm) Minimum distance between the top of the cooking area and the bottom of the Miele Range Hood (DAR model with DRxB XL or DRxB XXL Blower). For all other Hoods, please consult with manufacturer's instructions for required distances.

  • Page 50

    36" (914 mm) Minimum distance between the top of the cooking area and the bottom of the Miele Range Hood (DAR model with DRxB XXL Blower). For all other Hoods, please consult with manufacturer's instructions for required distances.

  • Page 51: Detailed Views Of Hr 1924

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Detailed views of HR 1924 Side view of HR 1924 47 5/8" (1210mm) 28 15/16" (734.4mm) 27 1/4" (692mm) 24 15/16" (633mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) (x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm - 139.7 mm)

  • Page 52

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Detailed front side view of HR 1924 2 3/8" (60mm) 1 9/16" (40mm) 1/8" (3mm) 1 1/4" (32mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) 2 9/16" (65.2mm)

  • Page 53

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Rear view of HR 1924 E = Electrical connection W = Water connection G = Gas connection...

  • Page 54: Detailed Views Of Hr 1934

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Detailed views of HR 1934 Side view of HR 1934 47 5/8" (1210mm) 28 15/16" (734.4mm) 27 1/4" (692mm) 24 15/16" (633mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) (x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm - 139.7 mm)

  • Page 55

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Detailed front side view of HR 1934 2 3/8" (60mm) 1 9/16" (40mm) 1/8" (3mm) 1 1/4" (32mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) 2 9/16" (65.2mm)

  • Page 56

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Rear view of HR 1934 E = Electrical connection W = Water connection G = Gas connection...

  • Page 57: Detailed Views Of Hr 1935

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Detailed views of HR 1935 Side view of HR 1935 47 5/8" (1210mm) 28 15/16" (734.4mm) 27 1/4" (692mm) 24 15/16" (633mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) (x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm - 139.7 mm)

  • Page 58

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Detailed front side view of HR 1935 2 3/8" (60mm) 1 9/16" (40mm) 1/8" (3mm) 1 1/4" (32mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) 2 9/16" (65.2mm)

  • Page 59

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Rear view of HR 1935 E = Electrical connection W = Water connection G = Gas connection...

  • Page 60: Detailed Views Of Hr 1936

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Detailed views of HR 1936 Side view of HR 1936 47 5/8" (1210mm) 28 15/16" (734.4mm) 27 1/4" (692mm) 24 15/16" (633mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) (x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm - 139.7 mm)

  • Page 61

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Detailed front side view of HR 1936 2 3/8" (60mm) 1 9/16" (40mm) 1/8" (3mm) 1 1/4" (32mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) 2 9/16" (65.2mm)

  • Page 62

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Rear view of HR 1936 E = Electrical connection W = Water connection G = Gas connection...

  • Page 63: Detailed Views Of Hr 1954

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Detailed views of HR 1954 Side view of HR 1954 47 5/8" (1210mm) 28 15/16" (734.4mm) 27 1/4" (692mm) 24 15/16" (633mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) (x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm - 139.7 mm)

  • Page 64

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Detailed front side view of HR 1954 2 3/8" (60mm) 1 9/16" (40mm) 1/8" (3mm) 1 1/4" (32mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) 2 9/16" (65.2mm)

  • Page 65

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Rear view of HR 1954 E = Electrical connection W = Water connection G = Gas connection...

  • Page 66: Detailed Views Of Hr 1955

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Detailed views of HR 1955 Side view of HR 1955 47 5/8" (1210mm) 28 15/16" (734.4mm) 27 1/4" (692mm) 24 15/16" (633mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) (x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm - 139.7 mm)

  • Page 67

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Detailed front side view of HR 1955 2 3/8" (60mm) 1 9/16" (40mm) 1/8" (3mm) 1 1/4" (32mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) 2 9/16" (65.2mm)

  • Page 68

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Rear view of HR 1955 E = Electrical connection W = Water connection G = Gas connection...

  • Page 69: Detailed Views Of Hr 1956

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Detailed views of HR 1956 Side view of HR 1956 47 5/8" (1210mm) 28 15/16" (734.4mm) 27 1/4" (692mm) 24 15/16" (633mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) (x) = Depending on the appliance height adjustment: 4" - 5 1/2 " (101.6 mm - 139.7 mm)

  • Page 70

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Detailed front side view of HR 1956 2 3/8" (60mm) 1 9/16" (40mm) 1/8" (3mm) 1 1/4" (32mm) 1 3/4" (45mm) 2 9/16" (65.2mm)

  • Page 71

    Dual Fuel Range dimensions Rear view of HR 1956 E = Electrical connection W = Water connection G = Gas connection...

  • Page 72: Anti-tip Device

    Anti-tip device Before installation We recommend removing the oven door before installing the range (see  WARNING "Removing the door" in the Operating Children and adults can tip over the Instructions) and all accessories from range if has not been secured. This the oven interior.

  • Page 73: Checking The Installation Space

    Anti-tip device Checking the installation Included accessories space – 1 anti-tip device – 4 screws Install the anti-tip device on the floor, concrete wall or timber framing. The – 4 plugs surface must be flat and level.  Check the base surface. ...

  • Page 74: Installation Dimensions Of Locking Bolt

    Anti-tip device Installation dimensions of Installing the range with the locking bolt anti-tip device  Wear safety shoes and gloves. The anti-tip device should be installed at the bottom rear of the range at the midpoint of the width.  Measure the installation space for the Anti-tip device, front view range close to floor level.

  • Page 75

    Anti-tip device Do not push the range into position until all the utility connections have been made. The toe-kick cover is attached to the base of the range by magnets. Attaching to the floor a Toe-kick cover b Locking clamp ...

  • Page 76

    Anti-tip device Complete all necessary Use a level to align the range connections for the range. Read the – Left and right rear adjustment : information in the "Electrical You will need a 3/8" (10 mm) connection", "Gas connection" and open-end wrench.

  • Page 77: Disconnecting The Range From The Anti-tip Device

    Anti-tip device In the range housing, there is an Disconnecting the range from opening  for the bolt  of the anti-tip the anti-tip device device. The opening allows the range to be slid onto the anti-tip device and  WARNING back to the wall.

  • Page 78: Electrical Connection

    Miele authorized service technician. Work by unqualified persons can cause considerable danger to users. Miele cannot be held liable for any damage arising as a result of such work. To avoid damaging the range, make...

  • Page 79: Data Plate

    Electrical connection Electrical connection Type Connecting NEMA Electrical supply line HR 1421 approx. 14-50 P 120/208 V 50 A 60 Hz 5' 11" plug (1.80 m) HR 1421 approx. 14-50 P 120/240 V 50 A 60 Hz 5' 11" plug (1.80 m) HR 1622 approx.

  • Page 80

    Installation, repair and maintenance work should only be performed by a Miele authorized service technician in compliance with local regulations and the ANSI National Electrical Code / NFPA 70 in the United States or the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I in Canada (CSA standard C22.1).

  • Page 81: Plumbing

    Connection to such a water supply could cause poor performance, premature appliance failure, leaks and/or flooding. Miele will not be responsible for any damages caused by appliances connected to these systems. Only use filtered, softened and demineralized water from the building's plumbing to supply the oven.

  • Page 82: Attach The Stainless Steel Hose To The Range

    Plumbing Attach the stainless steel hose Connecting to the water to the range. supply Make sure that the stainless steel Danger of electric shock! hose is not kinked or damaged. The Disconnect the range from the stainless steel hose must not be electrical supply before connecting it shortened.

  • Page 83: Gas Connection

    Gas connection The gas connections must be  Connection to the gas supply arranged in such a way that they are and any switchover to a different gas not heated and damaged by the type may only be performed by a operation of the range.

  • Page 84

    Gas connection The gas connection must be established only Miele-authorized specialists according to the local and following regulations: National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z 21.1 / NFPA No. 54 for the United States or the current Can / CGA B 149.1 and 2 Installation Codes of Gas Appliances for 1/2"...

  • Page 85: Converting To Another Gas Type

    If the range is not configured for the proper type of gas connection please contact your Miele dealer. If the range has to be converted over to another gas type, all jets must be exchanged. A conversion kit is available as an optional accessory from the Miele Technical Service Department.

  • Page 86: Burner Ratings

    Burner ratings Burner rating of HR 1124 Gas type Btu/hr Simmer burner Natural gas 12,500 3.70 Propane gas 12,500 3.70 Power burner Natural gas 19,500 5.70 Propane gas 19,500 5.70 Oven top burner Natural gas 22,000 6.45 Propane gas 20,150 5.90 Oven bottom Natural gas...

  • Page 87: Burner Rating Of Hr 1134

    Burner ratings Burner rating of HR 1134 Gas type Btu/hr Simmer burner Natural gas 12,500 3.70 Propane gas 12,500 3.70 Power burner Natural gas 19,500 5.70 Propane gas 19,500 5.70 Oven top burner Natural gas 22,000 6.45 Propane gas 20,150 5.90 Oven bottom Natural gas...

  • Page 88: Burner Rating Of Hr 1135

    Burner ratings Burner rating of HR 1135 Gas type Btu/hr Simmer burner Natural gas 12,500 3.70 Propane gas 12,500 3.70 Power burner Natural gas 19,500 5.70 Propane gas 19,500 5.70 Grill Natural gas 19,000 5.50 Propane gas 15,500 4.50 Oven top burner Natural gas 22,000 6.45...

  • Page 89: Burner Rating Of Hr 1136

    Burner ratings Burner rating of HR 1136 Gas type Btu/hr Simmer burner Natural gas 12,500 3.70 Propane gas 12,500 3.70 Power burner Natural gas 19,500 5.70 Propane gas 19,500 5.70 Griddle Natural gas 13,000 3.80 Propane gas 14,300 4.20 Oven top burner Natural gas 22,000 6.45...

  • Page 90: Burner Rating Of Hr 1934

    Burner ratings Burner rating of HR 1934 Gas type Btu/hr Simmer burner Natural gas 12,500 3.70 Propane gas 12,500 3.70 Power burner Natural gas 19,500 5.70 Propane gas 19,500 5.70 Total output Natural gas 110,000 32.20 Cooktop Propane gas 110,000 32.20 Burner rating of HR 1935 Gas type...

  • Page 91: Burner Rating Of Hr 1936

    Burner ratings Burner rating of HR 1936 Gas type Btu/hr Simmer burner Natural gas 12,500 3.70 Propane gas 12,500 3.70 Power burner Natural gas 19,500 5.70 Propane gas 19,500 5.70 Griddle Natural gas 13,000 3.80 Propane gas 14,300 4.20 Total output Natural gas 84,000 24.60...

  • Page 92: Burner Rating Of Hr 1955

    Burner ratings Burner rating of HR 1955 Gas type Btu/hr Simmer burner Natural gas 12,500 3.70 Propane gas 12,500 3.70 Power burner Natural gas 19,500 5.70 Propane gas 19,500 5.70 Grill Natural gas 19,000 5.50 Propane gas 15,500 4.50 Total output Natural gas 122,000 35.70...

  • Page 93: Caring For The Environment

    Caring for the environment Disposal of the packing Disposal of your old appliance material Old electrical and electronic appliances often still contain valuable materials. The cardboard box and packing However, they also contain harmful materials protect the appliance during substances that were essential for the shipping.

  • Page 95

    Technical Service. U.S.A. Canada Miele, Inc. Importer Miele Limited National Headquarters 9 Independence Way Headquarters and Miele Centre Princeton, NJ 08540 161 Four Valley Drive Phone: 800-843-7231 Vaughan, ON L4K 4V8 609-419-9898 www.miele.ca 609-419-4298...

  • Page 96

    All Electric: HR1421; HR1622; All Gas: HR1124; HR1134; HR1135; HR1136; Dual Fuel: HR1924; HR1934; HR1935; HR1936; HR1954; HR1955; HR1956  en–US, CA M.-Nr. 09 898 161 / 02...

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