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Miele WS 5071 Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating instructions
Washer-Extractor
WS 5071
Q
It is essential to read these
operating instructions before
installing, commissioning or using the machine,
to avoid the risk of accident
M.-Nr. 05 616 270
or damage to the machine.

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  • Page 1 Operating instructions Washer-Extractor WS 5071 It is essential to read these operating instructions before installing, commissioning or using the machine, to avoid the risk of accident M.-Nr. 05 616 270 or damage to the machine.
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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Page Warning and Safety Instructions ......4 Caring for the environment ....... . 6 Guide to the machine - Control panel .
  • Page 4: Warning And Safety Instructions

    The Faulty components should only be ex- operator must pay particular attention to main- changed for Miele original spare parts. taining the correct parameters in the proce- Only when these parts are fitted can the safety dure, including temperature and with chemo standards of the machine be guaranteed.
  • Page 5 If hooking the hose into a sink make sure Accessory parts may only be fitted when that the water can flow away freely to avoid expressly approved by Miele. If other flooding. parts are used, guarantee, performance and Secure the hose against slipping. The press- product liability claims may be invalidated.
  • Page 6: Caring For The Environment

    Caring for the environment Disposal of the packing material The transport and protective packing has been selected from materials which are envi- ronmentally friendly for disposal and can nor- mally be recycled. Ensure that any plastic wrappings, bags etc. are disposed of safely and kept out of the reach of babies and young children.
  • Page 7: Guide To The Machine

    Guide to the machine WS 5071 washer extractor with drain valve or drain pump option Detergent dispenser box Control panel Drum door Front wall panel Flap for suds filter/ drainage system and emergency door release Four adjustable screw feet 1 Cold water connection...
  • Page 8: Control Panel

    Guide to the machine Control panel Key switch Display Programme selector Mains on Y switch Block + / (pre-wash) T button Cursor 1 2 buttons Mains off Z switch Starch hold U button Plus-/-Minus 4 3 buttons Start X button Door 5 button Spin-stop V button Delay start W button...
  • Page 9: Guide To The Controls

    Guide to the machine Mains on Y Switch Keys for the key switch Mains off Z Switch Key 1 (2 supplied) for operating levels A and B. Door 5 button Key 2 for operating levels Key switch A, B, C. Position A - Free access At this operating level only those pro- Key 3 for operating levels...
  • Page 10 Guide to the machine Block + button T with display light When the button is pressed the light above it comes on. The corresponding Programme selector switch programme block (e.g. Pre-wash) is Programme numbers 1 - 24 can be se- added to the programme.
  • Page 11 Guide to the machine Cursor buttons 1 2 The cursor buttons are used to pass backwards or forwards into the input fields or into the next display, (this ap- pears as > < flashing in the display). After the start of the programme it is possible in Stop mode to scroll block by block backwards or forward in the pro- gramme.
  • Page 12: Operation

    Operation Setting the local language* Setting current time and date* (if necessary) Switch the machine off with the Mains off To set the local language the programming switch Z . mode must be accessed by pressing simulta- neously on the Mains on switch Y and the Turn the key switch to position “B”.
  • Page 13: Before Using For The First Time

    Before using for the first time Washing Preparing the wash load The first commissioning of the machine should be carried out only by a Miele ser- vice technician or an authorised Miele Ser- vice Dealer. It is essential that the machine is installed and connected to power, water and drain- age correctly.
  • Page 14: Select A Programme

    Washing Shut the drum door Select a programme (e.g. Programme 1 COTTONS). The display shows the following (example): PROGRAMME COTTONS Grasp the door in the open position and >90° C<Main wash slam it shut, (mind your fingers). Rinses 1200 RPM At first the door may shut with difficulty.
  • Page 15: Changing Temperature And Spin Speed

    Washing The following parameters can be changed The programme sequence is shown in the dis- before the start of a programme if re- play after the start of the programme. quired: PROGRAMME 1 COTTONS The temperature in 1 °C steps from cold, 15 40°...
  • Page 16: Programme End - To Open The Drum Door

    Washing Programme end - to open the drum door At the end of the Programme, with a station- ary drum and no more water in the machine the following display is shown (for example): PROGRAMME COTTONS PROGRAMME END DOOR IS UNLOCKED Press the door button 5 to open the door.
  • Page 17: Maximum Load / Detergent

    Maximum load / Detergent Load weight (dry laundry) max. 7.5 kg Liquid detergent must not be filled higher than the level marker, as otherwise it will get through the siphon and into the detergent dis- Load weights for individual programmes penser drawer before it is needed.
  • Page 18: Additional Functions

    Additional functions With Pre-wash Without spin A Pre-wash can be selected when the load is heavily soiled. Without spin can be selected additionally in all programmes by pressing the spin-stop but- ton V (except “Separate spin”). The indica- The Pre-wash programme block can be se- tor light above the button lights up.
  • Page 19: Skipping Programme Stages

    Additional functions Skipping programme stages Programme cancellation Stages in the programme in progress can be skipped or blocks repeated. Should you wish to cancel a programme, press the End button 7 twice in succession. Press the End button 7 and the programme If the programme was cancelled while there is stopped.
  • Page 20: Delayed Start / Delayed Start Time

    Additional functions Delayed Start programme sequence. If the Delay start but- ton W is pressed during the programme, the If a later start to a programme is required, this actual time of day and date are shown. can be selected using the “Delay start” but- ton.
  • Page 21: Notes

    PC-Operation: Programme changes can be carried out via a PC, or new programmes can be downloaded. This requires a special Editor programme which is available from the Miele Professional Department. Printer-Operation: It is possible to print out whole programmes or parts of programmes. See programming in- structions.
  • Page 22: Liquid Dispensing

    Liquid dispensing Dispenser pump Suction pipe Amount to be dispensed Follow the detergent manufacturer’s gui- delines. Always follow the instructions of the chemical manufacturer when using cleaning agents and special application chemicals. Only use such chemicals for the purpose and in the situation specified by the manufacturer in order to avoid the danger of adverse chemical reactions and material damage.
  • Page 23: Commissioning The Dispensing Pumps

    Liquid dispensing Commissioning the dispensing pumps SERVICE - OPERATION SERVICE PROGS SERVICE PROGRAMME 2 Before the liquid dispensing pumps can be Dispenser valve >D1< Disp. time 20 Secs. used the liquid detergent must be drawn into Cancel with the End button. the system and the amount to be dispensed set.
  • Page 24: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and Care Cleaning the washing machine Place a 2 litre capacity dish underneath the drain fixture. Clean the casing with a mild non-abrasive detergent or soap and water. Wipe dry with a soft cloth. Clean the facia panel with a damp cloth and dry with a soft cloth.
  • Page 25 If replacing the inlet hose only use a hose able to withstand pressure up to 70 bar. – in the free end of any water inlet hose, Miele’s own hoses meet this requirement. – in the water inlet valve(s) for connection hose to machine.
  • Page 26 Cleaning and Care To clean the filter in the water inlet valve: After use the detergent box should be cleaned with warm water to remove any Using pliers, carefully loosen the ribbed detergent residues. plastic nut on the inlet valve, and unscrew. The siphon tubes in compartments §...
  • Page 27: Problem Solving Guide

    Problem solving guide Drain pump version: Any work on the electrical components of this machine should only be carried out by Open the drain panel and drain off any a suitably qualified and competent person. water, (see “Cleaning and Care”). Unauthorised repairs could be dangerous.
  • Page 28: Fault Messages

    Problem solving guide Drain valve version: Fault messages Repairs to machines operating with electricity, Open the drain valve access flap (see gas or steam should only be undertaken by a “Cleaning and care)”. suitably qualified service engineer to ensure safety. Unauthorised repairs could be dan- gerous.
  • Page 29 Problem solving guide Possible reasons for increased levels of PROGRAMME 1 COTTONS foaming: PROGRAMME STOP HEATING SYSTEM FAULT – detergent type Only use detergent formulated for use in Call the Service department. commercial washer extractors. Domestic laundry detergent is not suitable. PROGRAMME 1 COTTONS PROGRAMME STOP...
  • Page 30: After Sales Service

    After sales service Should a fault occur please contact your near- est Miele Service Dept. When contacting the Service Dept, please quote the model type and machine number, (Fabr.-Nr.) and material no. (M.-Nr.). These can be found on the data plate: with the door open, or: at the rear of the machine towards the top.
  • Page 31: Explanation Of Symbols On The Data Plate

    20 Commissioning date 21 Water registration DVGW-test cert (Water)* (measured in Germany in accordance with 22 Field for CE test symbol..(Product-ID-No./ DIN (IEC) 45 635, machine noise regulations Gas)* 3. GSGV p1. 1.a) *)not applicable to WS 5071 M.-Nr. 05616270...
  • Page 32: Notes For The Installer

    If there is not already a concrete plinth on- site, the Miele Spare Parts department offer a steel plinth. The steel plinth must be secured to the floor, (see the enclosed installation plan).
  • Page 33: Connection To Water Supply

    The machine must stand level to ensure bar and a temperature of 90°C. This also ap- smooth operation. plies to all connection parts. Miele “Original” spare parts are tested to this The adjustable feet can compensate for an standard. uneven base.
  • Page 34: Electrical Connection

    Notes for the installer Electrical connection All electrical work must be carried out by a suitably competent person in compliance with national and local regulations. Please take note of the Installation diagram and the Wiring diagram. They are important for electrical connection. The electrical safety of this machine is in ac- cordance with IEC 335.
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  • Page 36 Miele Co. Ltd. Fairacres, Marcham Road, Abingdon OX14 1TW tel. (01235) 554455 fax (01235) 554477 Service Office, tel. (01235) 554466 Internet: www.miele.co.uk Telephone calls may be monitored and recorded to improve our service. Alteration rights reserved 09.02...