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Operating and installation instructions
Built-in coffee machine
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 – AU, NZ
M.-Nr. 10 214 180

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  • Page 1 Operating and installation instructions Built-in coffee machine 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 – AU, NZ M.-Nr. 10 214 180...
  • Page 2: Packaging Material / Disposal Of Old Machine

    Packaging material / Disposal of old machine Disposal of the packing mate‐ Disposing of your old appli‐ rial ance The transport and protective packing Electrical and electronic appliances of‐ has been selected from materials which ten contain materials which, if handled are environmentally friendly for dispos‐...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Packaging material / Disposal of old machine ........... 2 Warning and Safety instructions ................6 Guide to the appliance ..................16 Exterior view......................16 Accessories ......................18 Operating principles .................... 19 Touch display ......................19 Operating actions....................20 Symbols in the display ................... 23 Using for the first time..................
  • Page 4 Volume ........................55 Warming drawer..................... 55 Spout adjustment....................56 Factory default ....................... 56 Miele@home, Remote control and SuperVision............. 56 Showroom programme (Demo mode) ..............56 Cleaning and care ....................57 Quick guide......................57 Cleaning by hand or in the dishwasher..............58 Drip tray .........................
  • Page 5 Contents Water container...................... 61 Waste container ..................... 62 Central spout ......................62 Sensor cover ......................65 Maintenance of the milk valve ................66 Milk flask with lid....................66 Interior and appliance door..................68 Central spout connector ..................68 Brew unit ........................ 69 Removing and cleaning the brew unit by hand ..........
  • Page 6: Warning And Safety Instructions

    They contain important notes on the installation, safety, operation and care of the appliance. Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by non-compli‐ ance with these Warning and Safety instructions. Keep the instructions in a safe place and pass them along to any...
  • Page 7 Warning and Safety instructions Correct application  This appliance is designed for domestic use and for use in similar environments by guests in hotel or motel rooms, bed & breakfasts and other typical living quarters. This does not include common/ shared facilities or commercial facilities within hotels, motels or bed &...
  • Page 8 Warning and Safety instructions Safety with children  Caution! Danger of burning and scalding on the dispensing spouts. Children's skin is far more sensitive to high temperatures than that of adults. Ensure children do not touch hot surfaces of the coffee machine or place parts of their body under the dispensing spouts.
  • Page 9: Technical Safety

    The manufacturer cannot be held liable for unauthorised work. Installation work and repairs to electrical appliances must only be carried out by a Miele approved service technician.  A damaged appliance is dangerous. Check it for any visible dam‐...
  • Page 10 Warning and Safety instructions  The second electrical connection socket on the back of the ma‐ chine may only be used for connecting a Miele EGW 4000-14, -29, EGW 5000-14 plate warming drawer or an ESW 6x14, ESW 6x29 food warming drawer.
  • Page 11  Use only Miele Original spare parts. If spare parts or accessories from other manufacturers are used, the warranty will be invalidated, and Miele cannot accept liability.
  • Page 12: Correct Use

    Warning and Safety instructions Correct use  The dispensing spouts present a danger of burning or scald‐ ing. The liquids and steam dispensed are very hot.  Please note: – Keep well away from the area underneath the spouts when hot liquids and steam are being dispensed.
  • Page 13 Warning and Safety instructions  Do not use green (unroasted) coffee beans or mixtures of coffee beans which contain green coffee beans. Green coffee beans are very hard and still contain a certain amount of residual moisture. These can damage the coffee machine grinder as soon as grinding begins.
  • Page 14 Descale the coffee machine regularly depending on the water hardness level in your area. Descale the machine more frequently in areas with very hard water. Miele cannot be held liable for damage arising from insufficient descaling, the use of incorrect descaling agent or the use of descaling agent which is not of the appropriate concentration.
  • Page 15 Warning and Safety instructions The following applies to appliances with stainless steel sur‐ faces:  Do not adhere stickers, adhesive tape or any other adhesive ma‐ terials to stainless steel surfaces. The coating on the stainless steel surfaces will become damaged and lose its protective properties against soiling.
  • Page 16: Guide To The Appliance

    Guide to the appliance Exterior view a On/Off sensor  b Touch display c "Back"  sensor d Door handle e Steam and hot water spout f Drip tray cover g Automatic height-adjustable central spout with lighting h Milk flask with lid...
  • Page 17: Interior View

    Guide to the appliance Interior view i Ground coffee chute cover j Brew unit k Ground coffee chute l Slide control for the grinder setting m Coffee bean container n Water container o Drip tray with grid p Waste container q Drip tray inside machine door r Central spout connector s Service flap...
  • Page 18: Accessories

    Spare part – Milk pipework elbow connector Spare part Optional accessories Accessories supplied Miele also offers a range of optional ac‐ cessories, as well as cleaning and con‐ – Measuring spoon ditioning products for your coffee ma‐ For ground coffee chine.
  • Page 19: Operating Principles

    Operating principles Touch display The display can be scratched by pointed or sharp objects, e.g. pens. Only touch the touch display with your fingertips. Touching the display with your finger creates a tiny charge which releases an elec‐ trical impulse. This impulse is recognised by the touch display. The touch display does not react if you touch it with an object.
  • Page 20: Operating Actions

    Operating principles Operating actions Each time you touch a possible option the relevant field lights up orange. Selecting or calling up a menu  Touch the field you want with your finger. Scrolling through menus You can scroll to the right or the left. Some options allow you to scroll up and down too.
  • Page 21 Operating principles The numerical keypad will appear.  Touch the numbers you want. Once you have entered an accepted value, will light up green.  Touch Entering letters You can enter names for your own User programmes or drinks using a keyboard. Try to use short, concise names.
  • Page 22 Operating principles Help Helpful information is available when maintenance programmes are selected. Help will appear in the bottom row. To display information in text and pictures,  touch Help To return to the maintenance programme,  touch Close...
  • Page 23: Symbols In The Display

    (This symbol can also be found on the water container: fill up to this mark). SuperVision display – only appears if the coffee machine  has been signed on to the Miele@home appliance network and " – " has been selected. Please SuperVision display note that Miele@home is only available in selected coun‐...
  • Page 24: Using For The First Time

     Touch the On/Off sensor . of 5:00 and 23:00. " " appears briefly in Miele - Willkommen  Touch the option you want and the display. then Depending on the setting selected, the coffee machine may use more en‐...
  • Page 25: Water Hardness

    Using for the first time  Fill the water container with fresh, Water hardness cold tap water when the relevant The water hardness level indicates how prompt appears in the display. much calcium is dissolved in the water. Useful tip: Tip: To get the best out of The higher the calcium content, the your coffee machine and to set it up for harder the water, and the harder the...
  • Page 26 Using for the first time Measuring water hardness You can measure the water hardness yourself using the enclosed test strip. Alternatively, your local water authority will be able to tell you the hardness of water in your area.  Dip the strip in your drinking water for approximately one second, then shake off any excess water.
  • Page 27: Filling The Water Container

    Filling the water container  Change the water every day to prevent a build-up of bacteria. Only use cold, fresh tap water to fill the water container. Hot or warm water or other liquids can damage the coffee machine. Do not use mineral water. Mineral water will cause serious limescale deposits to build up in your machine ...
  • Page 28: Filling The Coffee Bean Container

    Filling the coffee bean container Fill the coffee bean container with roas‐ Useful tip: You can use a nut or seed ted espresso or coffee beans if you grinder to grind green coffee beans. want to use freshly ground coffee These types of grinder generally have a beans for each cup of espresso or cof‐...
  • Page 29: Switching The Coffee Machine On And Off

    Switching the coffee machine on and off Switching on Switching off When the coffee machine is switched  Touch the On/Off sensor . on, it heats up and rinses the pipework. If coffee has been dispensed, the cof‐ This not only cleans the pipework, but fee machine will rinse the coffee pipe‐...
  • Page 30: Spout Adjustment

    Spout adjustment Switching the spout adjust‐ The height of the central spout cannot ment on and off be manually adjusted. menu is visible in the display. Drinks The coffee machine automatically de‐ tects the height of the cup or glass un‐ ...
  • Page 31: Making Drinks

    Making drinks Making a coffee drink  The dispensing spouts present a danger of burning or scalding. The liquids and steam dispensed are very hot. Keep well away from the area under‐ neath the spouts when hot liquids and steam are being dispensed. Do not touch hot components.
  • Page 32: Dispensing A Double Portion

    Making drinks Dispensing a double portion Preparing several cups of cof‐ fee - Coffee pot You can dispense two portions of es‐ presso or coffee at once either into one You can make several cups of coffee cup or two separate cups. one after the other automatically with function (max.
  • Page 33: Drinks Made With Ready Ground Coffee

    Making drinks Drinks made with ready  Open the appliance door. ground coffee To make espresso or coffee using ready ground coffee, add a portion of ground coffee to the ground coffee chute. This gives you the option of preparing a cup of decaffinated coffee, for example, even though the coffee bean container is filled with roasted coffee beans.
  • Page 34: Drinks With Milk

    Making drinks Making drinks with ready ground Drinks with milk coffee  Danger of burning and scalding If you want to make a drink with ready on the central spout. ground coffee: The liquids and steam dispensed are  Touch very hot.
  • Page 35 Making drinks Notes on the milk flask Milk is not cooled in the milk flask. Therefore, place the milk flask in the refrigerator if you are not going to use milk for a while. Good milk froth can only be achieved when cold milk (be‐ low 10 °C) is used.
  • Page 36: Preparing Hot Water

    Making drinks Preparing hot water Preparing User profile drinks If you have already created a User pro‐ Danger of burning and scalding on file (see "User profiles"), you can select the hot water spout. The water dis‐ it before preparing a drink. pensed is very hot.
  • Page 37: After A Drink Has Been Prepared

    Making drinks After a drink has been pre‐ pared If you have made a drink with milk, Start will appear in the the rinsing programme display after a while.  Touch The milk pipework will now be rinsed. Even if you do not confirm the mes‐ sage with "OK", the coffee machine will rinse the pipework after a while automatically.
  • Page 38: Coffee The Way You Like It

    Coffee the way you like it In order to customise the coffee ma‐ To avoid damaging the grinder, chine to the type of coffee being used, please note the following: you can Only adjust the grinder one setting at a time. –...
  • Page 39: Changing The Parameters Of A Drink

    Coffee the way you like it Changing the parameters of a Amount of coffee drink The coffee machine can grind and brew 6-14 g of coffee beans per cup. The You can change the amount of coffee, greater the quantity, the stronger the pre-brewing and the brewing tempera‐...
  • Page 40: Pre-Brewing Ground Coffee

    Coffee the way you like it – whether an espresso or a coffee is Pre-brewing ground coffee being prepared, and When the pre-brewing function is – the altitude of the region. switched on, the freshly ground coffee is first moistened with a little hot water. If the coffee machine is located at more Then the remaining water is forced than 2000 metres above sea level, the...
  • Page 41: Portion Size

    Portion size The flavour of the coffee produced de‐ menu is visible in the display. Drinks pends not just on the type of coffee  Place the desired cup under the cen‐ used, but also on the amount of water tral spout.
  • Page 42: Resetting Drink Settings

    Resetting drink settings You can reset drink portions and pa‐ rameters for all drinks to the factory de‐ fault. menu is visible in the display. Drinks  Touch and then Edit Reset drinks appears Reset all drinks to default settings? in the display.
  • Page 43: User Profiles

    User profiles In addition to the Miele profile, you can Creating a User profile enter individual profiles to cater for dif‐  Touch Create profile ferent tastes and preferences. The editor will open in the display. For each profile you can adjust the set‐...
  • Page 44: Changing A User Profile

    User profiles Changing a User profile You can set up the coffee machine so that after each use it automatically re‐ verts back to the Miele standard profile, or it retains the last selected User pro‐ file.  Select and then...
  • Page 45: User Profiles: Creating And Editing Your Own Drinks

    User profiles: Creating and editing your own drinks You can create your own drinks for The new drink will appear in the current each User profile and for each drink User profile. you can individually adjust the portion Changing a drink: Changing size and other parameters, e.g.
  • Page 46: Mymiele

    . Main menu MyMiele  Select Sort entry You can now configure My Miele.  Select the entry you want to move If you have already added some entries, and the position you want to move it you can carry out the following under Edit ...
  • Page 47: Settings

    Settings You can use the "Settings" menu to Changing and saving settings customise the coffee machine to suit  Touch or . Main menu your individual requirements.  Select  Settings Open the Settings menu  Select the option you want to menu is visible in the display.
  • Page 48: Overview Of Available Settings

    Settings Overview of available settings The factory default for each option is indicated by *. Menu option Available settings and other languages Select language  deutsch Country Time Display – Night dimming Clock type – Analogue Digital Clock format – 12 h (am/pm) 24 h Date...
  • Page 49 Settings Menu option Available settings Start screen Main menu Drinks User profiles MyMiele Info Number of drinks – Total coffee drinks Espresso Coffee Long coffee Cap- puccino Latte macchiato Caffè latte Milk froth milk Hot water No. of portions until Descale appliance / Degrease the brew unit System lock ...
  • Page 50: Language

    This option will only appear if the coffee Depending on the setting selected, machine is signed on to the the coffee machine may use more en‐ Miele@home system (only available in ergy. A message will appear in the dis‐ selected countries). play to inform you of this.
  • Page 51: Timer

    Settings Timer Switch on at There are two timers with the following The coffee machine will not switch on timer functions: at the required time if you have activa‐ ted the system lock. The coffee machine The timer settings are deactivated. –...
  • Page 52 Settings Switch off after Activating and deactivating the timer For the time display, you have selected timer function is on‐ Switch off after Night dimming ly available in Timer 1. If the timer for has been ac‐ Switch on at tivated, the symbol ...
  • Page 53: Eco Mode

    Settings Eco mode Lighting Eco mode is an energy-saving mode. The following options are available: The steam system heats up when a – Set the brightness of the lighting coffee drink or steam for hot milk / milk when the appliance is switched on. froth is requested.
  • Page 54: Start Screen

    Settings Start screen Locking the coffee machine (System lock ) You can choose which screen appears when the coffee machine is switched You can lock the coffee machine to pre‐ vent it being used without your knowl‐ edge, by children, for example. –...
  • Page 55: Water Hardness

    Suitable warming drawers for this Display brightness coffee machine are listed earlier in these operating instructions. You can You can set the display brightness us‐ also contact Miele should you require ing the bar chart. further information. Volume The special connection cable needed can be purchased by contacting Miele.
  • Page 56: Spout Adjustment

    Factory default The appliance can be presented in Miele Centers or retail stores with the You can reset the settings back to the function. The light‐ ones which were set when the coffee...
  • Page 57: Cleaning And Care

    Appliance front (especially important straight after desca‐ ling) Once a month Lubricate the cap on the central spout connector Coffee bean container When prompted Milk pipework (with the Original Miele cleaning agent for milk pipework) Brew unit (degrease with the cleaning tablets) Descaling the machine...
  • Page 58: Cleaning By Hand Or In The Dishwasher

    Cleaning and care Cleaning by hand or in the  Danger of burning and scalding dishwasher on hot components or by hot liquids. Always allow the coffee machine to The following components must only cool down before cleaning it. be cleaned by hand: Caution: Water in the drip tray can –...
  • Page 59 Cleaning and care All external surfaces are susceptible to scratching. Scratches on glass surfaces could even cause a break‐ age. Contact with unsuitable clean‐ ing agents can discolour the external surfaces. Wipe up any spillages or splashes of descaling agent immedi‐ ately.
  • Page 60: Drip Tray

    Cleaning and care Drip tray  Danger of burning! If the rinsing process has just finish‐ ed, wait a while before removing the drip tray as the water used for rinsing will run out of the coffee spouts. Clean the drip tray every day to avoid unpleasant smells and mildew.
  • Page 61: Drip Tray Cover

    Cleaning and care Drip tray cover Water container  Remove the drip tray cover. Change the water every day to prevent a build-up of bacteria.  The drip tray cover can be cleaned in the dishwasher, or by hand using hot Make sure that the valve, the under‐...
  • Page 62: Waste Container

    Cleaning and care Waste container Central spout After a certain period of time a reminder With the exception of the stainless steel to empty the waste container will ap‐ cover, all parts of the central spout pear in the display. The waste container should be cleaned in the dishwasher at must be cleaned when this message least once a week.
  • Page 63 Cleaning and care  Remove the cover by pulling it to‐ wards you .  Press the catch  upwards, grasp the dispensing unit by the handle and pull this forwards and off .  Hold the unit at the sides and pull it forwards to release it.
  • Page 64 Cleaning and care  Turn the top connection piece  and pull it upwards to remove it. Remove the lower connection piece  in the Useful tip: Place the dispensing unit same way. vertically in the upper basket of the dishwasher.
  • Page 65: Sensor Cover

    Cleaning and care Sensor cover The sensor cover for the cup protection switch-off is located at the base of the central spout. If the automatic spout adjustment sensors do not properly recognise a cup, the cup protection switch-off will stop the central spout from lowering.
  • Page 66: Maintenance Of The Milk Valve

    Cleaning and care Maintenance of the milk valve Milk flask with lid The milk valve should be cleaned once Soiling can cause a fault in the ma‐ a week to ensure good quality milk froth chine. and prevent sputtering. It is important to keep the neck and menu is visible in the display.
  • Page 67 Cleaning and care Dismantling the milk flask lid and cleaning it with the cleaning brush Milk fat deposits can collect in the milk flask lid. These will cause the milk to sputter when milk froth is being made.  Also use the cleaning brush to clean the milk pipework in the lid from above and below.
  • Page 68: Interior And Appliance Door

    Cleaning and care Interior and appliance door Central spout connector  First take out all removable parts and The part which connects the brew unit then clean the interior and the ma‐ and the central spout is located on the chine door with a mild solution of hot inside of the machine door.
  • Page 69: Brew Unit

    Cleaning and care Brew unit When you take the brew unit out of the machine, do not change the po‐ Removing and cleaning the brew unit sition of the brew unit handle, as this by hand would cause the brew unit to be out of alignment and you will not be able Clean the brew unit by hand only us‐...
  • Page 70: Maintenance Programmes

    Cleaning and care Maintenance programmes The coffee machine has the following maintenance programmes: – Rinsing the appliance – Rinsing the milk pipework – Cleaning the milk pipework – Degreasing the brew unit – Descaling the machine  Press the button under the handle of Carry out the relevant maintenance pro‐...
  • Page 71: Rinsing The Appliance

    Cleaning and care Rinsing the appliance Rinsing the milk pipework After a coffee has been dispensed, the The milk pipework can become blocked machine is rinsed before it switches off. with milk residue. If you have prepared This removes any residual coffee a drink using milk, the coffee machine grounds.
  • Page 72: Cleaning The Milk Pipework

     Confirm the message with The milk pipework cleaning agent is available to order from Miele or via the internet at www.miele-shop.com (de‐ pending on country).  Add one sachet of the cleaning agent for milk pipework to the water con‐...
  • Page 73: Degreasing The Brew Unit

    We recommend using Miele cleaning tablets to clean the brew unit. These have been specially developed for use with Miele coffee machines and prevent  Fill the water container to the subsequent damage.  marker with lukewarm water and Miele cleaning tablets can be ordered stir the solution.
  • Page 74 Cleaning and care When Place a cleaning tablet in the ground appears coffee chute and close the chute in the display:  Remove the coffee chute cover and open the lid of the coffee chute.  Place a cleaning tablet in the coffee chute.
  • Page 75: Descaling The Machine

    Descaling the machine The coffee machine prompts you when Important! When descaling the ma‐ it needs to be descaled. No. of portions chine, cover delicate surfaces and ap‐ until appliance needs descaling: 50 natural flooring to prevent damage pears in the display. Each time a drink from splashes of descaling solution.
  • Page 76 Miele descaling tablets are available to order from Miele or via the internet at www.miele-shop.com. You will need 2 descaling tablets for the descaling process.
  • Page 77 Descaling the machine Carrying out descaling Descaling when not prompted by a message  Insert the water container and close the appliance door.  Touch or . Main menu  Follow the further instructions given  Select . Maintenance in the display. The descaling programme cannot be When Fill the water container with fresh tap...
  • Page 78: Problem Solving Guide

    Repairs should only be carried out by technicians approved by Miele. If you can't remedy the problem yourself, please call Miele. Please note that a call- out charge will be applied to unnecessary service visits where the problem could have been rectified as described in these operating instructions.
  • Page 79 Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause and remedy F73 or The brew unit cannot be positioned correctly, or it is dirty and the coffee cannot be processed. Check the brew unit  Check whether you can remove the brew unit (see "Cleaning and care - Brew unit").
  • Page 80 Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause and remedy F234 Cup protection switch-off has been activated three times since switching on the coffee machine. The cups or glasses being used are not recognised by the automatic spout adjustment.  Use suitable drinking vessels for automatic spout adjustment.
  • Page 81: Unusual Performance Of The Coffee Machine

     Switch off at the wall socket and remove the plug.  Contact a qualified electrician or Miele. The lighting remains off The lighting has been switched off. after the coffee ma‐...
  • Page 82 Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause and remedy The coffee machine The system lock has been activated. does not switch itself  You need to deactivate the system lock (see "Set‐ on, although the Switch tings - System lock"). setting has been on at A day of the week has not been selected.
  • Page 83 Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause and remedy ap‐ The drip tray doesn't sit correctly in the appliance. Empty the drip tray pears in the display,  Push the drip tray all the way into the appliance. even though the drip The sensors on the drip tray are not working properly.
  • Page 84 Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause and remedy The door is difficult to The cap on the central spout connector has either not open and close. been lubricated or is not lubricated sufficiently.  Check the silicone cap for damage. If necessary, replace it with the extra cap supplied.
  • Page 85 These noises occur when water is flushed through programme. the machine at a high pressure. The display lights up The Demo mode of the coffee machine for Miele Cen‐ but the coffee machine ters or Chartered Agents has been activated. does not heat up and ...
  • Page 86: Unsatisfactory Results

    The coffee bean container has become empty during makes a louder noise the grinding process. than usual.  Fill the container with fresh beans. There may be stones in amongst the coffee beans.  Switch the coffee machine off immediately. Call Miele.
  • Page 87 Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause and remedy The coffee flows too The coffee is too coarsely ground. quickly into the cup.  Set the grinder to a finer setting (see "Setting the coffee grinder"). The coffee trickles too The coffee is too finely ground. slowly into the cup.
  • Page 88: Problems When Heating Up Or Frothing Milk

    Problem solving guide Problems when heating up or frothing milk Problem Possible cause and remedy The milk sputters when The milk temperature is too high. Good milk froth can it is dispensed. Hissing only be achieved when cold milk (< 10 °C) is used. noises can be heard ...
  • Page 89: Replacing The Angled Connector

    Problem solving guide Replacing the angled connec‐ If, instead of being frothed, the milk is only being heated up, check the follow‐ ing first: – Is the milk in the milk flask cold (< 10 °C)? – Have the central spout and the milk flask lid been cleaned carefully? ...
  • Page 90 Problem solving guide  Push the tubes onto the angled con‐ nector and fit it in the coffee ma‐ chine. Make sure that the cross-piece on the angled connector is facing downwards.  Re-insert the air intake tube in the opening .
  • Page 91: After Sales Service And Warranty

    This appliance has a manufacturer's correct yourself, please contact Miele. warranty period of 2 years. For further information, please refer to The contact details for Miele are given your warranty booklet. at the back of these instructions. When contacting Miele, please quote the model and serial number of your coffee machine.
  • Page 92: Saving Energy

    Saving energy If the settings of the following functions are altered from the factory default, en‐ ergy consumption will increase: – Eco mode – Lighting – Time of day display – Timer...
  • Page 93: Electrical Connection

    Instal‐ lation, repairs and other work by un‐ qualified persons could be dangerous. Miele cannot be held liable for unau‐ thorised work. Ensure power is not sup‐ plied to the appliance until after installa‐ tion or repair work has been carried out.
  • Page 94: Installation

    The appliance is designed to be built into a tall unit. It can also be combined with other Miele built-in appliances. If the coffee machine is to be built in above another appliance, there must be a full-width, closed shelf between them.
  • Page 95: Ventilation

    Installation Ventilation – A ventilation gap of at least 40 mm depth must be allowed for behind the Condensate can damage the coffee appliance for air to circulate. machine or the housing unit. – The ventilation cross-sections in the The ventilation gaps given must be plinth, housing unit and above the observed.
  • Page 96: Building In The Coffee Machine

     Check the height of the coffee ma‐ with a sealing strip, you should fit a chine to make sure that it is sitting Miele sealing strip to the machine be‐ centrally in the niche and that it is fore installing it. This is fitted from the level.
  • Page 97: Adjusting The Door Hinges

    Installation The appliance comes with four M5 Adjusting the door hinges socket screws to help you align and se‐ If the appliance door becomes difficult cure it in the building-in niche. to open or close after installation, you can adjust the hinges to realign it (TX 20): ...
  • Page 98: Copyright And Licences

    Miele can provide the source code for all components licenced under GNU Gener‐ al Public Licence and comparable Open Source licences. To obtain the relevant source code, please send an e-mail to info@miele.com.
  • Page 99 Miele Australia Pty. Ltd. ACN 005 635 398 ABN 96 005 635 398 Miele Center and Head Office Melbourne: Miele New Zealand Limited 1 Gilbert Park Drive IRD 98 463 631 Knoxfield, VIC 3180 Head Office: Miele Center South Melbourne:...
  • Page 100 CVA 6800  en – AU, NZ M.-Nr. 10 214 180 / 00...

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