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Miele W 989i wps Operating Instructions Manual

Miele W 989i wps Operating Instructions Manual (72 pages)

Brand: Miele | Category: Washer | Size: 1.37 MB
Table of contents
Caring For Our Environment2................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal Of The Packing Material2................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal Of Your Old Appliance2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Guide To The Machine6................................................................................................................................................................
General View6................................................................................................................................................................
Control Panel7................................................................................................................................................................
Warning And Safety Instructions8................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal Of Your Old Machine10................................................................................................................................................................
Washing Environmentally And Economically11................................................................................................................................................................
Before Using For The First Time12................................................................................................................................................................
Flushing Out The Machine12................................................................................................................................................................
Water Hardness Reminder Dial12................................................................................................................................................................
How To Wash Correctly13................................................................................................................................................................
Brief Guide13................................................................................................................................................................
Before Washing13................................................................................................................................................................
To Start A Programme14................................................................................................................................................................
Delay Start16................................................................................................................................................................
After Washing16................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Or Removing Washing After Programme Start17................................................................................................................................................................
Cottons17................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Iron17................................................................................................................................................................
Woollens17................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Wash17................................................................................................................................................................
Mixed Wash (poly/cottons)17................................................................................................................................................................
Programme18................................................................................................................................................................
Interruption18................................................................................................................................................................
Alteration18................................................................................................................................................................
Skipping A Programme Stage18................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Detergent19................................................................................................................................................................
It Is Important To Dispense The Correct Amount, Because19................................................................................................................................................................
Water Softeners20................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Conditioners, Texturisers, Liquid Starch20................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Fabric Conditioners, Texturisers, Or Liquid Starch21................................................................................................................................................................
Separate Fabric Conditioner Or Texturiser21................................................................................................................................................................
Starching Separately21................................................................................................................................................................
Programmes Programme Selection22................................................................................................................................................................
Sequence24................................................................................................................................................................
Care Symbols - Washing26................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Options28................................................................................................................................................................
Soak28................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-wash28................................................................................................................................................................
Short28................................................................................................................................................................
Water Plus29................................................................................................................................................................
Buzzer29................................................................................................................................................................
Spin29................................................................................................................................................................
Without Final Spin29................................................................................................................................................................
Rinse Hold29................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Programme Locking30................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Locking31................................................................................................................................................................
Display32................................................................................................................................................................
Time Left Display32................................................................................................................................................................
Programmable Functions33................................................................................................................................................................
P1 = Water Level33................................................................................................................................................................
P2 = Water Plus System33................................................................................................................................................................
P4 = Activating The I Compartment33................................................................................................................................................................
P9 = Gentle Action34................................................................................................................................................................
P10 = Top-up Rinse For Cottons34................................................................................................................................................................
P11 = Memory Function34................................................................................................................................................................
Programming And Storing In Memory35................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Programming Mode35................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Programmable Function35................................................................................................................................................................
To Activate Or Deactivate A Programmable Function36................................................................................................................................................................
Storing The Programmable Function In Memory36................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning And Care37................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Washing Machine37................................................................................................................................................................
Extra Cleaning37................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Detergent Dispenser Drawer38................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Fluff (drain) Filter And Pump39................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Filter In The Water Inlet41................................................................................................................................................................
Problem Solving Guide42................................................................................................................................................................
The Programme Does Not Start43................................................................................................................................................................
The Wash Programme Stops And A Fault Indicator Light Comes On44................................................................................................................................................................
A Fault Indicator Light Comes On But The Wash Programme Continues As Normal45................................................................................................................................................................
General Problems Or An Unsatisfactory Wash Result46................................................................................................................................................................
Opening The Drum Door In The Event Of A Power Failure49................................................................................................................................................................
After Sales Service51................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Contact51................................................................................................................................................................
Future Updates (pc)51................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Surface52................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Transit Fitting52................................................................................................................................................................
Re-fitting The Transit Bars53................................................................................................................................................................
Levelling The Machine54................................................................................................................................................................
Screwing Out And Adjusting The Feet54................................................................................................................................................................
Building Under55................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Facia Height56................................................................................................................................................................
Fitting The Front Panel56................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Dimensions56................................................................................................................................................................
Drilling Template57................................................................................................................................................................
Example 157................................................................................................................................................................
Example 258................................................................................................................................................................
Aligning The Door59................................................................................................................................................................
Fitting A Plinth Facing60................................................................................................................................................................
Fitting The Plinth Facing60................................................................................................................................................................
Washer And Dryer Stack60................................................................................................................................................................
Connection To Water Supply61................................................................................................................................................................
Connection To The Drainage System64................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Connection U.k65................................................................................................................................................................
Consumption Data67................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Data68................................................................................................................................................................

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