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Miele W 2652 WPS Operating Instructions Manual

Miele W 2652 WPS Operating Instructions Manual (72 pages)

Brand: Miele | Category: Washer | Size: 1.18 MB
Table of contents
Caring For Our Environment2................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal Of The Packing Material2................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal Of Your Old Appliance Or Machine2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Warning And Safety Instructions6................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal Of Your Old Machine8................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of The Machine9................................................................................................................................................................
Control Panel9................................................................................................................................................................
Display10................................................................................................................................................................
Before Using For The First Time11................................................................................................................................................................
Reminder To Remove Transport Struts11................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Time Of Day11................................................................................................................................................................
Washing Environmentally And Economically13................................................................................................................................................................
Energy And Water Consumption13................................................................................................................................................................
Detergent13................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing The Correct Extra Options (soak, Pre-wash, Intensive)13................................................................................................................................................................
When Drying With A Tumble Dryer13................................................................................................................................................................
How To Wash Correctly14................................................................................................................................................................
Brief Instructions14................................................................................................................................................................
Extras19................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-wash19................................................................................................................................................................
Soak19................................................................................................................................................................
Intensive19................................................................................................................................................................
Water Plus19................................................................................................................................................................
Spinning20................................................................................................................................................................
Final Spin Speed20................................................................................................................................................................
Rinse And Interim Spin20................................................................................................................................................................
To Omit The Final Spin (rinse Hold)20................................................................................................................................................................
To Omit Rinse And Interim Spin And The Final Spin20................................................................................................................................................................
Delay Start21................................................................................................................................................................
Programme Chart22................................................................................................................................................................
Programme Sequence27................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Programme Sequence29................................................................................................................................................................
To Cancel A Programme29................................................................................................................................................................
To Interrupt A Programme29................................................................................................................................................................
To Change A Programme29................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Or Removing Laundry After A Programme Has Started30................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Programme Locking31................................................................................................................................................................
Water Softeners32................................................................................................................................................................
Washing With Several Components32................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Conditioners And Liquid Starch33................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Dispensing Of Fabric Conditioner Or Liquid Starch To Laundry At The End Of A Programme33................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Fabric Conditioner Separately33................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Starch Separately33................................................................................................................................................................
Colour Run And Dye Removers / Dyes33................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning And Care34................................................................................................................................................................
E-cloth34................................................................................................................................................................
Extra Cleaning34................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Detergent Dispenser Drawer35................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Filter In The Water Inlet36................................................................................................................................................................
Problem Solving Guide37................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do, If37................................................................................................................................................................
The Programme Does Not Start37................................................................................................................................................................
Fault Messages In The Display38................................................................................................................................................................
Problems With The Load Size Indicator39................................................................................................................................................................
General Problems40................................................................................................................................................................
An Unsatisfactory Wash Result41................................................................................................................................................................
The Drum Door Does Not Open When You Press The Door Button42................................................................................................................................................................
Opening The Drum Door In The Event Of A Blocked Drain Outlet And/or Power Failure43................................................................................................................................................................
Blocked Drain Outlet43................................................................................................................................................................
Opening The Drum Door44................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Lamp For The Drum Lighting45................................................................................................................................................................
After Sales Service46................................................................................................................................................................
Future Updates (pc)46................................................................................................................................................................
Appliance Guarantee46................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Accessories46................................................................................................................................................................
Installation And Connection47................................................................................................................................................................
Front View47................................................................................................................................................................
Rear View48................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Surface49................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Washing Machine49................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Transit Fittings49................................................................................................................................................................
Re-fitting The Transit Bars51................................................................................................................................................................
Levelling The Machine52................................................................................................................................................................
Screwing Out And Adjusting The Feet52................................................................................................................................................................
Building Under A Continuous Worktop/in A Kitchen Run53................................................................................................................................................................
Washer And Dryer Stack53................................................................................................................................................................
The Miele Waterproof System54................................................................................................................................................................
Connection To The Water Supply55................................................................................................................................................................
Connection To The Drainage System57................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Connection U.k58................................................................................................................................................................
Consumption Data59................................................................................................................................................................
Note For Test Institutes59................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Data60................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Menu J61................................................................................................................................................................
Language F62................................................................................................................................................................
Time Of Day Y63................................................................................................................................................................
Water Plus T63................................................................................................................................................................
Gentle Action U64................................................................................................................................................................
Suds Cooling R64................................................................................................................................................................
Lock X65................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature S66................................................................................................................................................................
Buzzer O66................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Tones P67................................................................................................................................................................
Display Contrast67................................................................................................................................................................
Display Brightness67................................................................................................................................................................
Stand-by Q68................................................................................................................................................................
Memory E68................................................................................................................................................................

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