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Operating and installation instructions
Built-in coffee machine
CVA 3660
To avoid the risk of accidents
or damage to the machine,
it is essential to read these
instructions before it is installed
and used for the first time.
M.-Nr. 07 477 160
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  • Page 1

    Operating and installation instructions

    Built-in coffee machine
    CVA 3660

    To avoid the risk of accidents
    or damage to the machine,
    it is essential to read these
    instructions before it is installed
    and used for the first time.

    en - GB
    M.-Nr. 07 477 160



  • Page 2

    Contents
    Caring for the environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
    Guide to the machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
    Warning and Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
    Brief description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
    Using the coffee machine - first steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
    Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
    Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
    Before using for the first time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
    Switching on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
    Switching off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
    Filling the machine with water and coffee capsules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
    Filling the water container . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
    Filling the capsule carousel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
    Taking capsules out of the capsule carousel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
    Making drinks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
    Switching on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
    Before preparing the first drink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
    Filling the system with water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
    Preparing espresso and coffee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
    Double portion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
    Cancelling preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
    Preparing hot milk, milk froth and cappuccino . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
    Dispensing froth directly into the cup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
    Preparing cappuccino . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
    Frothing milk in the cappuccinatore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
    Preparing hot milk. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
    After preparing milk/Interim cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
    User profile drinks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
    After use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22



  • Page 3

    Contents
    Settings: Customising your machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
    Settings menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
    Selecting a language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
    Setting the time of day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
    Setting the timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
    Setting the Steam system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
    Lighting: Setting the brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
    Lighting: Setting the switch-off time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
    Info (showing the number of drinks) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
    Safety (activating the System lock) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
    To activate or deactivate the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
    To override the System lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
    Setting the water hardness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
    Setting the display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
    Setting the volume (keypad tone, buzzer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
    Resetting the factory default settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
    Allocating and saving a coffee type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
    Allocating the types of coffee (Allocate type) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
    Chamber symbols in the display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
    How to allocate the types of coffee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
    Select type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
    Rename type. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
    Change type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
    Delete type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
    Programming the amount (Setting the portion sizes) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
    Programming the portion size via the OK sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
    Programming the amount via "Settings" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
    Setting portion sizes for different User profiles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
    Setting up User profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
    Selecting a User profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
    Creating a User profile. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
    Changing a User profile. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
    Deleting a User profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
    Revert. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41



  • Page 4

    Contents
    Cleaning and care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
    Quick guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
    Rinsing the system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
    Water container . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
    Waste container . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
    Drip tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
    Grille with drip tray cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
    Capsule carousel and carousel runners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
    Coffee outlet cover. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
    Interior and machine front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
    Capsule plate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
    Steam valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
    Cappuccinatore (milk frother) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
    Machine front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
    Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
    Descaling the machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
    Descaling when not prompted by a message. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
    Problem solving guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
    After Sales / Guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
    Electrical connection U.K., ZA, IRL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
    Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
    Building-in and combination options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
    Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67



  • Page 5

    Caring for the environment
    Disposal of the packing
    material
    The transport and protective packing
    has been selected from materials which
    are environmentally friendly for
    disposal, and should be recycled.
    Ensure that any plastic wrappings,
    bags, etc. are disposed of safely and
    kept out of the reach of babies and
    young children. Danger of suffocation.

    Disposal of your old machine
    Electrical and electronic machines
    often contain materials which, if
    handled or disposed of incorrectly,
    could be potentially hazardous to
    human health and to the environment.
    They are, however, essential for the
    correct functioning of your machine.
    Please do not therefore dispose of it
    with your household waste.

    Please dispose of it at your local
    community waste collection/recycling
    centre, or contact your Dealer for
    advice. Ensure that it presents no
    danger to children while being stored
    for disposal.

    5



  • Page 6

    Guide to the machine
    Exterior view

    a

    On/Off sensor for switching the coffee machine on and off

    b

    Display

    c

    Left arrow sensor, for scrolling through the various programme options

    d

    OK sensor, for confirming the selection of a programme option and for saving
    a setting

    e

    Right arrow sensor, for scrolling through the various programme options

    f

    Drinks selection sensor for selecting the type of coffee (coffee or espresso)

    g

    Door handle

    h

    Plastic grille

    i

    Metal drip tray cover

    j

    Spout

    k

    Inset for Cappucinatore (Milk frother)

    l

    Valve for steam and hot water

    6



  • Page 7

    Guide to the machine
    Interior view

    m

    Master switch

    n

    Capsule plate (replaced with the descaling funnel when descaling is carried
    out)

    o

    Brew unit

    p

    Capsule carousel

    q

    Carousel runners

    r

    Water container

    s

    Drip tray with grid

    t

    Waste container

    7



  • Page 8

    Warning and Safety instructions
    This coffee machine conforms with
    all current safety requirements.
    Improper use can, however, lead to
    personal injury and damage to
    property.
    To avoid the risk of accidents and
    damage to the machine, please
    read these instructions carefully
    before using it for the first time.
    They contain important notes on its
    installation, safety, operation and
    care.
    Keep these instructions in a safe
    place and pass them on to any
    future owner.

    Correct application

    ~ This coffee machine is not designed
    for commercial use. It is intended for
    use in domestic households and in
    similar working and residential
    environments such as:
    – Shops
    – Offices and showrooms
    and by residents in establishments
    such as:
    – Hostels and guest houses.
    Should it be used in such
    environments, it must be used as a
    domestic appliance and only for the
    preparation of (a maximum of 20 cups
    a day of) espresso, cappuccino, latte
    macchiato etc.
    The coffee machine is not intended for
    outdoor use.
    8

    Any other usage is not supported by
    the manufacturer and could be
    dangerous. Miele cannot be held liable
    for damage resulting from incorrect or
    improper use or operation.

    ~ This coffee machine is not intended
    for use by people with reduced
    physical, sensory or mental
    capabilities, or lack of experience or
    knowledge, unless they are supervised
    whilst using it or have been shown how
    to use it correctly by a person
    responsible for their safety.

    Safety with children
    Caution. Children's skin is very
    sensitive and reacts to hot
    temperatures. The coffee spouts
    and the cappuccinatore present a
    danger of burning or scalding.

    ~ Install the coffee machine where it is
    out of the reach of children.

    ~ Keep children away from the
    machine at all times. It is not a toy! To
    avoid the risk of injury do not allow
    children to play with it or its controls.
    Supervise children whilst you are using
    it.

    ~ Older children may only use the
    coffee machine without supervision
    when its operation has been clearly
    explained to them and they are able to
    use it safely, recognising the dangers
    of misuse.
    Remember that coffee and espresso
    are not suitable drinks for children.



  • Page 9

    Warning and Safety instructions
    Technical safety

    ~ If the appliance is installed behind a

    ~ Before setting up the machine,

    kitchen furniture door, it must not be
    used with the door closed. Do not close
    the furniture door while the coffee
    machine is in use.

    check it for any externally visible
    damage. Never use a damaged
    machine. Danger of injury.

    ~ To avoid the risk of damage to the
    machine, make sure that the rating on
    the data plate corresponds to the
    voltage and frequency of the household
    supply, before connecting the machine
    to the mains supply. Consult a qualified
    electrician if in any doubt.

    ~ The electrical safety of this machine
    can only be guaranteed if correctly
    earthed. It is most important that this
    basic safety requirement is observed
    and regularly tested and where there is
    any doubt, the household wiring system
    should be inspected by a qualified
    electrician.
    The manufacturer cannot be held liable
    for damage or injury caused by the
    inadequacy of an effective earthing
    system (e.g. electric shock).
    ~ Built-in versions of this machine
    must only be operated when installed in
    a suitable housing unit, to ensure that
    all electrical components are shielded.
    Ensure power is not supplied to the
    machine until after installation, repair
    work or maintenance work has been
    carried out.

    ~ The coffee machine must not be
    used in a non-stationary location (e.g.
    on a ship).

    ~ Installation work and repairs may
    only be carried out by suitably qualified
    and competent persons in strict
    accordance with current local and
    national safety regulations. Repairs and
    other work by unqualified persons
    could be dangerous and the
    manufacturer will not be held liable.

    ~ While the machine is under
    guarantee, repairs should only be
    undertaken by a service technician
    authorised by the manufacturer.
    Otherwise the guarantee will be
    invalidated.

    ~ Faulty components must only be
    replaced by genuine Miele original
    spare parts. The manufacturer can only
    guarantee the safety of the appliance
    when Miele replacement parts are
    used.

    ~ The machine is only completely
    isolated from the electricity supply
    when:

    ~ Do not connect the machine to the

    – the mains fuse is disconnected,

    mains electricity supply by a
    multi-socket adapter or an extension
    lead.
    These do not guarantee the required
    safety of the machine (e.g. danger of
    overheating).

    – the screw-out fuse is removed (in
    countries where this is applicable),
    – it has been switched off at the wall
    socket and the plug has been
    withdrawn.

    9



  • Page 10

    Warning and Safety instructions
    ~ Never open the outer casing of the
    machine. Tampering with electrical
    connections or components and
    mechanical parts is highly dangerous
    to the user and can cause operational
    faults or electric shock.
    ~ If the coffee machine is to be built in
    above another appliance, there must
    be a full-width, closed shelf between
    them (except when it is combined with
    a Miele built-in plate warming drawer).
    ~ In areas which may be subject to
    infestation by cockroaches or other
    vermin, pay particular attention to
    keeping the machine and its
    surroundings in a clean condition at all
    times. Any damage which may be
    caused by cockroaches or other vermin
    will not be covered by the guarantee.

    Correct use
    Caution. Danger of scalding and
    burning. The liquids dispensed are
    very hot.
    Never look directly at the lighting or
    use optical instruments to look at it.

    ~ Do not reach into the brew unit when
    the machine is connected to the
    electricity supply. Danger of inury.

    ~ The water piping and the
    cappuccinatore (milk frother) must be
    rinsed through and the machine cleaned
    thoroughly before the first drink is
    prepared.

    ~ Only cold, fresh tap water should be
    used to fill the water container. Warm or
    hot water or other liquids could damage
    the machine. Change the water every
    day to prevent a build-up of bacteria.

    ~ Do not on any account use mineral
    water. Mineral water will cause serious
    limescale deposits to build up in your
    machine and damage it.

    ~ Do not use water from a reverse
    osmosis system in this machine. This
    would damage it.

    ~ Do not put anything other than
    Nespresso coffee capsules in the
    capsule carousel. Other manufacturers'
    capsules etc. would damage the
    machine.

    ~ The coffee capsules must be intact
    before use. Do not use coffee capsules
    which are damaged, broken or dented.
    These could become jammed in the
    machine and damage it.

    10



  • Page 11

    Warning and Safety instructions
    ~ Do not use milk with additives.
    Sugar additives would stick to the milk
    pipework and damage the coffee
    machine and the cappuccinatore.

    ~ Only use the descaling tablets
    supplied by Miele and follow the
    instructions on the packet carefully.
    Use the exact proportions
    recommended. Otherwise the machine
    will be damaged.

    ~ Never place a drink with ignited
    alcohol under the spout of the coffee
    machine. The flames could ignite
    plastic components and cause fire
    damage.

    ~ How quickly the capsule plate

    ~ Hot water and steam could cause
    scalding. Be very careful when using
    these functions. Make sure you do not
    come into contact with steam or hot
    water. The machine must not be used
    for cleaning objects.

    ~ Never swing from or hang anything

    ~ Always switch the coffee machine
    off with the master switch before
    cleaning the interior. Danger of injury.
    ~ Do not clean the inside of the
    capsule plate opening. Danger of inury.
    ~ Do not use a steam cleaner to clean
    this machine. Steam could reach the
    electrical components and cause a
    short circuit.

    becomes soiled will depend on the fat
    content of the coffee used. We
    recommend that you clean the capsule
    plate every 1 to 2 months with a
    cleaning tablet.
    on the machine front when it is open as
    this could damage the machine.

    ~ The machine is designed to be used
    in areas with an ambient temperature of
    +15 °C to +60 °C. Please do not use it
    anywhere with an ambient temperature
    outside this range.
    The manufacturer cannot be held
    liable for damage caused by
    non-compliance with these Warning
    and Safety instructions.

    ~ Clean the machine every day to
    prevent a build-up of bacteria. All parts
    except the capsule plate and the
    plastic grille are dishwasher safe.
    ~ Water in the drip tray can be very
    hot. Take great care when emptying it.
    Danger of scalding.
    ~ The machine should be descaled
    regularly, depending on the hardness
    of the water, with the descaling tablets
    supplied. The harder the water, the
    more often the machine must be
    descaled. The manufacturer cannot be
    held liable for damage arising from
    insufficient descaling.
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  • Page 12

    Brief description
    The capsule carousel can hold up to 20
    coffee capsules. These 20 coffee
    capsules are divided between 5
    chambers. This means that the capsule
    carousel can be filled with 5 different
    types of coffee. These 5 different types
    are programmed into the machine so
    that the type required can be selected
    from the display.
    If the machine is used by various
    people with different tastes and
    preferences, you can programme
    specific settings for up to nine
    individual users (User profiles).
    There is no need to remove each
    individual spent capsule, as the used
    coffee capsules drop down
    automatically into a waste container.
    The coffee capsules can be disposed
    of with your normal household waste.
    The size of cup can be programmed in
    so that the correct amount is
    dispensed. If the cup being used has a
    smaller capacity than the programmed
    portion size, preparation can be halted
    at any time by touching the OK sensor.
    If two cups of coffee or espresso are
    required at the same time, the OK
    sensor has to be touched twice briefly.
    The machine will fill the two cups one
    after the other, with a slight pause in
    between.

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    The machine features a system lock to
    prevent children from operating the
    machine.
    The easy-to-use programming facility
    allows, amongst other things, the
    language in the display to be changed
    and the water hardness to be
    programmed in.
    To ensure that the flavour can develop
    fully and be maintained for longer the
    machine has an additional function for
    automatically rinsing the system
    when the machine is cold. The same
    function is used to flush coffee remains
    out of the system and the spout after
    use.
    So that the machine remains ready for
    use but does not use electricity
    unnecessarily, it will switch into Energy
    saving mode after a programmable
    length of time.
    If you wish the machine to switch on or
    off at a certain time, you can
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    Using the coffee machine - first steps
    The following notes should help you get
    to know your coffee machine before
    starting to use it.

    Controls
    This machine has sensor controls which
    react to touch. To operate the machine,
    you only need to touch the relevant
    sensor. There are five sensors:
    s

    On/Off sensor: For switching the
    machine on or off

    < > Left/right arrows: For scrolling
    through the various programme
    options
    OK Sensor for confirming the
    selection of a programme option
    and for saving a setting
    /

    Drink selection sensor (coffee or
    espresso)

    Display
    COSI

    o Espresso

    K1 K2 K3 K 4 K5 L

    o n G k C

    The following symbols come up in the
    display in the main menu:
    K

    Up to 5 different types of coffee

    L

    Steam

    o

    Hot water

    n

    User profile for up to 9 different
    users

    ^ The arrow sensors are used to select
    a programme option in the display.
    Touch the OK sensor when the option
    you want appears highlighted in the
    display.

    Before using for the first time
    The machine must be correctly
    installed and connected (see
    "Electrical connection" and
    "Installation") before it is used for the
    first time. It must then be cleaned
    (see "Cleaning and care").
    Remove any protective foil from the
    front of the machine.
    Switching on
    ^ Touch the On/Off sensor s to switch
    on the machine.
    When the machine is being switched on
    for the first few times with the master
    switch, a welcome screen and some
    other messages will appear briefly. The
    welcome screen will be displayed each
    time the machine is switched on until 5
    drinks have been prepared.
    Míele

    Willkommen

    G Rinsing
    k

    Descaling

    C

    Settings: Customising your
    machine
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    Using the coffee machine - first steps
    When you use the machine for the very
    first time, you will be prompted to
    select a language.

    If everything has been entered
    correctly, Set up successful will
    appear in the display.

    ^ Touch the right or left arrow until the
    language you want appears in the
    display.

    ^ Confirm this message by touching
    the OK sensor.

    ^ Touch the OK sensor.
    The language you have chosen is
    now set.
    The request to set the clock format will
    then appear.
    ^ Touch one of the arrow sensors until
    the clock format you want (12 or 24
    hour) is highlighted, and then touch
    the OK sensor.
    ^ Enter the time of day. First set the
    hour with the arrow sensors and then
    touch the OK sensor. Then set the
    minutes in the same way.
    ^ Now decide when you want the time
    of day to be displayed, and press the
    OK sensor.
    – "On": The display will always show
    the time of day (even when the
    machine is switched off).
    – "On for 60 seconds": The display
    will show the time for 60 seconds,
    and then go dark after the machine
    is switched off.
    – "Not displayed": The display will
    only show the time of day when the
    machine is switched on, and will go
    dark as soon as it is switched off.

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    To get the best out of your
    coffee machine and to set it
    up for your specific
    requirements, please continue to work
    through these operating instructions. It
    really is worthwhile doing this as you
    will then be able to use your coffee
    machine to the best advantage.
    Switching off
    ^ Touch the On/Off sensor s to switch
    off the machine.
    If coffee has been dispensed, the
    machine will carry out a short rinse
    automatically before it switches off.



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    Filling the machine with water and coffee capsules
    The coffee machine must be
    cleaned thoroughly (see "Cleaning
    and care") before you fill it with water
    and coffee capsules.
    It is vital that you programme in
    the water hardness level of your
    water (see "Customising your
    machine - Setting the water
    hardness").

    Filling the water container
    The quality of the water plays
    an important part in the
    overall quality of the coffee.
    The water container should therefore be
    emptied and filled with fresh tap water
    every day.
    Hot water and other liquids could
    damage the machine. Only use
    cold, clean tap water and fill the
    machine every day. Do not on any
    account use mineral water. Mineral
    water will cause serious limescale
    deposits to build up in your machine
    and damage it.

    ^ Lift the water container up and pull it
    forwards to remove it.
    ^ Fill the water container with cold,
    clean tap water up to the "Max."
    mark.
    A valve at the front of the water
    container will ensure that water
    cannot escape.
    ^ Push the water container fully back
    into the machine.

    ^ Open the front of the machine.

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    Filling the machine with water and coffee capsules
    Filling the capsule carousel
    Do not put anything other than
    Nespresso coffee capsules in the
    capsule carousel.
    Do not use coffee capsules which
    are damaged, broken, dented or
    bent up at the edges. They can get
    stuck in the machine.
    The capsule carousel has
    five chambers, each holding
    four capsules. It is important
    to allocate the chambers correctly (see
    "Allocating and saving a coffee type").
    You can fill all the chambers with the
    same type of coffee, if wished.
    Some of the chambers are allocated a
    type of coffee at the factory. Fill the
    chambers with the appropriate type of
    coffee, or re-allocate the chamber for a
    different type of coffee (see "Allocating
    and saving a coffee type"). The
    machine will then dispense the type of
    coffee you select.

    facing downwards. You can take the
    capsule carousel out by lifting it
    upwards to fill it.
    Please note that the individual
    capsules sit loosely in the capsule
    carousel to prevent them from
    becoming jammed.
    ^ If you have removed the capsule
    carousel, place it onto the carousel
    runners before putting it back into the
    machine. You do not have to position
    it in a particular way, as the machine
    will automatically guide it into
    position.
    ^ Push the carousel runners fully back
    into the machine.
    ^ Close the front of the machine.
    The machine will now align the capsule
    carousel. You will be able to hear this
    happening.

    Taking capsules out of the
    capsule carousel
    If you want to change the capsules in
    the carousel:
    ^ Pull the carousel runners out.
    ^ Pull the capsule carousel upwards to
    remove it.

    ^ Pull the carousel runners a out as far
    as possible.
    ^ Fill the chambers c in the capsule
    carousel b with capsules. Make sure
    you put them in correctly with the foil

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    ^ Push upwards on the ring underneath
    the magazine and then remove the
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    Making drinks
    Before preparing the first drink
    Important: the water piping must be
    rinsed through every day before the
    first drink of the day is prepared.
    Rinsing will take place automatically
    if the machine is cold. Hot water will
    run out of the spout into the drip tray
    once the machine has heated up.

    Filling the system with water
    The machine is emptied completely
    before it leaves the factory. You must
    allow water to be pumped through the
    system before the first drink of coffee or
    hot water is prepared.

    Switching on

    Hot water

    ^ Touch the On/Off sensor s.

    K1 K2 K3 K 4 K5 L

    The following message will then
    appear:

    o n G k C

    ^ Select "Hot water" with one of the
    arrow sensors.
    ^ Touch the OK sensor.

    Heating-up phase

    Once the machine has heated up, the
    following message will appear:

    Water will run out of the spout.
    You will hear the capsule carousel
    moving into position.
    The main menu will then appear in the
    display:

    K1 K2 K3 K 4 K5 L

    ^ Touch the OK sensor again to switch
    the water off.
    The system is now filled with water, and
    the machine is ready to use.

    Rinsing

    COSI

    ^ Run some hot water into the cup.

    o Espresso
    o n G k C

    Preparing espresso and coffee
    ^ Place a cup under the spout.
    COSI
    K1 K2 K3 K 4 K5 L

    o Espresso
    o n G k C

    ^ Select the type of coffee with one of
    the arrow sensors.
    ^ Use the drink selection sensor to
    select espresso or coffee.
    The type of coffee you have chosen
    will appear in the top line of the
    display on the right.

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    Making drinks
    ^ Touch the OK sensor once.
    The drink you want will then run out of
    the spout.
    You can programme the size
    of portion dispensed for
    espresso and coffee
    according to taste (see "Programming
    the amount: Setting the portion sizes").
    Double portion

    Preparing hot milk, milk froth
    and cappuccino
    This machine comes with a
    cappuccinatore (milk frother) which
    makes it easy to prepare hot milk, milk
    froth and cappuccino.
    Before using the cappuccinatore for
    the first time, clean it thoroughly,
    preferably in the dishwasher (see
    "Cleaning and care").

    If you want to dispense a double
    portion of coffee or espresso or to
    dispense two portions at the same time:
    ^ touch the OK sensor again whilst
    "Double portion?" is in the display.
    The two portions will be dispensed one
    after the other.
    Cancelling preparation
    ^ Touch the OK sensor when "Stop" is
    showing in the display.
    Preparation will be halted.

    The cappucinatore must always be
    assembled correctly with valve a
    above the handle and the spout b at
    the side.
    The valve has two settings:

    a Turn it anti-clockwise as far as it will
    go to heat milk.
    b Turn it clockwise as far as it will go to
    froth milk.

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    Making drinks
    Do not set the valve between these
    two settings as this will cause the
    milk to sputter.
    Milk can be frothed and dispensed
    straight into a cup, or heated or frothed
    in the cappuccinatore jug first and then
    poured manually into the cup. The
    spout must be pushed in or pulled out:

    Steam release is controlled by a
    timer. If you do not get sufficient
    froth in your cup and the steam jet
    has stopped releasing steam,
    please shut off the steam valve on
    the machine. Press it downwards
    again to reconnect it with the
    cappuccinatore.
    Dispensing froth directly into the cup
    ^ Push the spout into the lid as far as it
    will go.
    ^ Turn the valve on the cappuccinatore
    clockwise as far as it will go.

    – Milk spout pushed in: Milk will be
    frothed and dispensed directly into
    the cup
    – Milk spout pulled out: Milk will be
    frothed in the cappuccinatore jug
    Heating the milk in the
    cappuccinatore jug gives
    you hotter milk.
    Cold milk makes the best froth.
    Do not use milk with additives.
    Sugar additives would stick to the
    milk pipework and damage the
    coffee machine and the
    cappucinatore.

    ^ Fill the cappuccinatore a up to the
    upper marker with cold milk and
    replace the lid.
    ^ Place the cappucinatore into the
    insert in the drip tray and place a
    cappuccino cup underneath the
    coffee spout b.
    ^ Press down the steam valve slowly
    and carefully to connect it to the
    cappuccinatore.

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    Making drinks
    Frothing milk in the cappuccinatore
    The steam valve must engage in the
    lower position in order to connect
    properly with the cappuccinatore.
    ^ When you have enough froth in the
    cup push the steam valve upwards
    again.
    Preparing cappuccino
    ^ Dispense milk froth into the cup, as
    described above.

    ^ Pull the spout out of the lid as far as it
    will go.
    ^ Turn the valve on the cappuccinatore
    clockwise as far as it will go.
    ^ Fill the cappuccinatore up to the
    lower marker with cold milk and
    replace the lid.
    ^ Place the cappuccinatore in the
    insert in the drip tray.

    ^ Use the drink selection sensor to
    select Espresso.
    ^ Touch the OK sensor once.
    The espresso will be dispensed from
    the coffee spout, and your cappuccino
    is ready.
    You can also prepare milk froth and
    espresso at the same time. Making it
    at the same time will, however, leave
    the cappuccino looking a bit brown.
    It is also harder to get the ratio of
    coffee to milk right.
    You can only make coffee and froth
    at the same time if the steam system
    is set up for this. See "Settings:
    customising your machine - Setting
    the Steam system").

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    ^ Press down the steam valve a slowly
    and carefully to connect it to the
    cappuccinatore b.
    The steam valve must engage in the
    lower position in order to connect
    properly with the cappuccinatore.
    ^ When you have sufficient froth push
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    Making drinks
    Preparing hot milk

    ^ Turn the valve on the cappuccinatore
    anti-clockwise as far as it will go.
    ^ Fill the cappuccinatore up to the
    upper marker with cold milk and
    replace the lid.
    ^ Push the milk spout in as far as it will
    go (for hot milk to be dispensed into
    a cup) or pull the milk spout out (for
    hot milk in the cappuccinatore jug)
    and place the cappuccinatore in the
    insert of the drip tray.
    ^ Press the steam valve slowly
    downwards to connect it to the
    cappuccinatore.
    Heating and frothing milk in
    the cappuccinatore jug gives
    you hotter milk.

    After preparing milk/Interim cleaning
    If you want to use the
    cappuccinatore again before
    cleaning it thoroughly, e.g.
    because there is some milk left in the
    cappuccinatore, you can use the coffee
    machine to rinse the lid. This will
    remove any milk deposits.
    Carrying out the rinsing programme
    is not a substitute for cleaning it
    thoroughly in the dishwasher.
    Maintenance
    K1 K2 K3 K 4 K5 L

    o n

    G k C

    ^ Select "Maintenance" with one of the
    arrow sensors.
    ^ Select "Rinse Cappuccinatore" and
    touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Push the cappuccinatore milk spout
    in as far as it will go and place an
    empty cup underneath it.
    ^ Press the steam valve slowly
    downwards to connect it to the
    cappuccinatore.
    Hot water will now flow through the lid,
    giving it a quick rinse. The following will
    appear in the display:
    Cappuccinatore being rinsed

    The rinsing process will finish
    automatically.

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    Making drinks
    User profile drinks

    After use

    With User profiles, you can create
    drinks to suit your personal taste and
    those of your guests.

    Before switching the
    machine off for any length of
    time, the pipework, brew
    system, spout and steam valve need to
    be cleaned.
    If coffee has been dispensed, the
    machine will carry out a short rinse
    automatically before it switches off.
    Place a suitable container under the
    spout and the steam valve.

    If you have set the machine up for a
    specific user profile you must first
    select the user profile required and
    then the type of drink.
    User profile
    K1 K2 K3 K 4 K5 L

    o

    n G k C

    ^ Select "User profile" with one of the
    arrow sensors.
    ^ Touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Select "Select" with the arrow sensors
    and touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Select the user profile you want with
    one of the arrow sensors and touch
    the OK sensor.
    A number will appear in the
    top line of the display beside
    the user profile symbol n to
    show that a user profile has been
    selected.
    This function operates in the same
    way as a standard profile.

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    You can also rinse the system through
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    Settings: Customising your machine
    It is easy to customise your machine to
    suit your exact requirements.

    Timer: You can set or activate the
    Timer here. The following options are
    available in the "Set" menu:

    Settings menu

    – Switch on at: The machine can be
    set to switch on at a specific time of
    day.

    To select the various programme
    options:
    Settings F
    K1 K2 K3 K 4 K5 L

    o n G k

    C

    ^ Touch the right arrow sensor until
    "Settings F" appears in the display,
    and then touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Touch one of the arrow sensors until
    the option you want is highlighted.
    ^ Then touch the OK sensor to select
    the highlighted option.
    The option that is currently active on the
    machine will have a tick next to it.
    Possible setting options
    Language F: 25 different languages
    are available to choose from.
    Time of day: You can set either a 24
    hour or 12 hour clock, and choose to
    have the Time of day display on or off.

    – Switch off after: The machine can
    be set to switch off after a pre-set
    time. A time of between 15 minutes
    to 9 hours can be set.
    – Switch off at: The machine can be
    set to switch off at a specific time of
    day.
    Allocate type: You can "Select type"
    and "Rename type" for chambers 1 to 5.
    If a type of coffee has already been
    allocated to the chamber, you also
    have the option to "Change type" and
    "Delete type" if you wish (see "Allocating
    and saving a coffee type").
    Programming the amount: Espresso,
    Coffee and Hot water
    (see "Programming the amount: Setting
    the portion sizes)".
    Steam system: On, Off
    Lighting: Brightness
    Info: No. of drinks, Portions until
    descaling
    Safety: System lock (Off, On)
    Water hardness: Soft, Medium, Hard,
    Very hard
    Display: Contrast, Brightness
    Volume: Buzzer tones, Keypad tone

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    Maintenance: Carry out (see "Cleaning
    and care").
    Showroom prog.: Demo programme,
    Off
    Factory default: All settings can be
    reset to the factory default, and user
    profiles deleted.

    To return to the Main menu, select
    "Back A".
    Further details about the different
    options can be found in the pages
    that follow.

    Selecting a language
    If you want to change the language
    used in the display, use the Settings
    menu and follow the flag symbol.
    ^ Select "Settings F" from the main
    menu, and then touch the OK sensor.
    "Language" will already be
    highlighted in the display.
    ^ Touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Touch one of the arrow sensors until
    the language you want is highlighted.
    ^ Touch the OK sensor.
    The setting is saved automatically and
    the display will go back to the previous
    screen.
    All display texts will now appear in the
    language you have just selected.
    If you select the wrong language by
    mistake, find the "Language" option
    via the flag symbol F again.

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    Setting the time of day

    Clock format

    ^ Select "Settings F" from the main
    menu, and then touch the OK sensor.

    ^ Use the arrow sensors to select
    "Clock format".

    ^ Touch the right arrow sensor until
    "Time" is highlighted and touch the
    OK sensor.

    ^ Use the right arrow to select a 24 h or
    12 h clock.

    Display
    The Time of day display can be
    switched on or off.

    ^ Touch the OK sensor when the option
    you want is highlighted.
    The clock format you have chosen will
    be saved.

    ^ Use the arrow sensors to select
    "Display".

    To set the time of day

    You can now choose one of three
    options:

    ^ First set the hour with one of the
    arrow sensors. Touch the OK sensor.

    – "On": The display will always show
    the time of day (even when the
    machine is switched off).

    ^ Then use the arrow sensors to set the
    minutes. Touch the OK sensor.

    – "On for 60 seconds": The display
    will show the time for 60 seconds,
    and then go dark after the machine
    is switched off.
    – "Not displayed": The display will
    only show the time of day when the
    machine is switched on, and will go
    dark as soon as it is switched off.
    ^ Once you have selected the display
    format you require, touch OK.

    ^ Use the arrow sensors to select "Set".

    The time of day is now saved.
    You can also set the time of
    day and alter the display
    options when the coffee
    machine is switched off.
    To do this:
    ^ Touch the OK sensor whilst the
    machine is off.
    ^ Select "Time of day" and touch the
    OK sensor.
    Now select "Display" or "Set" and alter
    as required.
    ^ Touch the OK sensor to save the
    setting.

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    Setting the timer
    ^ Select "Settings F" from the main
    menu, and then touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Touch the right arrow sensor until
    "Timer" is highlighted and touch the
    OK sensor.
    ^ Select "Set" with the arrow sensors
    and touch the OK sensor.
    There are three options:
    Switch on at:
    You can choose a time for the coffee
    machine to switch on automatically,
    e.g. in the morning for breakfast.
    ^ Select "Switch on at" with the arrow
    sensors and touch the OK sensor.
    ^ First set the hour with one of the
    arrow sensors. Touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Then use the arrow sensors to set the
    minutes. Touch the OK sensor.
    If you activate the Timer, the coffee
    machine will switch on every day at the
    time you have set (see "Activate").

    If the machine is cold when it is
    switched on, it will carry out a short
    rinse automatically.
    If the System lock is activated, the
    machine will not switch itself on at
    the pre-set time.

    If the machine has switched itself on
    automatically 3 times and no drinks
    or hot water have been dispensed,
    the machine will not switch itself on
    again automatically. The
    programmed times will, however,
    remain in memory and will be
    reactivated after manually switching
    the machine on again. This prevents
    the machine switching itself on
    unnecessarily, for example whilst
    you are away on holiday, and you
    have not cancelled the automatic
    switching on procedure.
    Switch off after:
    To save energy, the machine can be
    set to switch off automatically by
    selecting the "Switch off after" option. A
    time of between 15 minutes to 9 hours
    can be set. This time is measured from
    the last time a drink was dispensed.
    ^ Select "Switch off after" with the arrow
    sensors and touch the OK sensor.
    For example, 1:00 means that the
    machine will switch off after 1 hour.

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    ^ First set the hour with one of the
    arrow sensors. Touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Then use the arrow sensors to set the
    minutes. Touch the OK sensor.
    The machine will now switch off after
    the time you have set.
    If coffee has been dispensed, the
    machine will carry out a short rinse
    automatically before it switches off.
    Switch off at:
    If you always use your machine at a
    particular time of the day you can set it
    to switch off automatically at a specific
    time.
    ^ Select "Switch off at" with the arrow
    sensors and touch the OK sensor.

    Activate
    ^ Select "Activate" with the arrow
    sensors and touch the OK sensor.
    The "Switch on at" and "Switch off at"
    options will show in the display.
    ^ Select the option required with one of
    the arrow sensors.
    Touching the OK sensor activates the
    option (ticked box) or deactivates (no
    tick).
    ^ Use one of the arrow sensors to
    select "Accept" and then touch the
    OK sensor.
    ^ Now use one of the arrow sensors to
    select "Back" and touch the OK
    sensor.

    ^ First set the hour with one of the
    arrow sensors. Touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Then use the arrow sensors to set the
    minutes. Touch the OK sensor.
    If you activate the Timer, the coffee
    machine will switch off every day at the
    time you have set (see "Activate").
    If coffee has been dispensed, the
    machine will carry out a short rinse
    automatically before it switches off.

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    Setting the Steam system
    The machine has two heating systems
    which allow you to dispense steam and
    coffee at the same time. To save
    energy, the steam system can be
    switched off if steam is not required all
    the time.
    When the steam system is
    switched off, the machine
    can still be used to make
    steam, but not at the same time as
    making coffee or espresso.
    If you operate the steam valve when
    the steam system is switched off, the
    machine will not produce steam until
    it has heated itself up.
    The steam heating system remains
    active as long as the machine is still
    on.
    ^ Select "Settings F" from the main
    menu, and then touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Touch the right arrow sensor until
    "Steam system" is highlighted, and
    then touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Touch one of the arrow sensors to
    select "On" or "Off" and touch the OK
    sensor.

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    Lighting: Setting the
    brightness
    You can set how bright the lighting
    should be on the machine:
    ^ Select "Settings F" from the main
    menu, and then touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Touch the right arrow sensor until
    "Lighting" is highlighted, and then
    touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Select "Brightness", and then touch
    the OK sensor.
    ^ Touch one of the arrow sensors to
    select a lighter or darker setting, and
    then touch the OK sensor.
    To switch the lighting off:
    ^ Touch the left arrow sensor until
    none of the small white bars is
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    Settings: Customising your machine
    Lighting: Setting the switch-off
    time

    ^ Touch the OK sensor whilst the
    machine is off.

    The machine lights up when switched
    on. The lighting switches off
    automatically after 15 minutes of
    inactivity to save energy.

    ^ Select "Lighting" and touch the OK
    sensor.

    The lighting can be set to remain on
    after the machine is switched off, and
    then to go out automatically after a
    specified time if the machine is not
    used.
    This duration can be set to between
    15 minutes and 6 hours:

    ^ Touch the left arrow sensor until
    none of the small white bars is
    showing.

    ^ Switch the machine off.
    ^ Touch the OK sensor whilst the
    machine is off.
    ^ Select "Lighting" and touch the OK
    sensor.
    ^ Select "Switch off after" and touch the
    OK sensor.
    ^ Select the switch-off time you want
    with the arrow sensors and touch the
    OK sensor.
    ^ Select "Brightness", and touch the OK
    sensor.
    ^ Touch one of the arrow sensors to
    select a lighter or darker setting, and
    then touch the OK sensor to save the
    setting (factory default setting: Off).
    ^ Touch "Back A" twice to leave the
    menu.
    The lighting will switch off automatically
    after the duration set.

    ^ Select "Brightness" and touch the OK
    sensor.

    ^ Touch "Back A" twice to leave the
    menu.

    Info (showing the number of
    drinks)
    The "Info" option enables you to check
    how many drinks the machine has
    already dispensed or how many you
    can still dispense before it has to be
    descaled.
    ^ Select "Settings F" from the main
    menu, and then touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Touch the right arrow sensor until
    "Info" is highlighted and touch the OK
    sensor.
    ^ Select "No of drinks" or "Portions until
    descale" with the arrow sensors and
    touch the OK sensor.
    With "No of drinks" you can check the
    "Total number of coffees" or the number
    of portions dispensed to date of a
    particular type of coffee, espresso, hot
    water or steam.
    ^ Touch the OK sensor to return to the
    previous display.

    If you do not want the coffee machine
    to be lit up after it is switched off
    (factory default setting):
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    Settings: Customising your machine
    Safety (activating the System
    lock)
    The machine can be locked to ensure
    that it is not operated by unsupervised
    children or persons who are
    unacquainted with the operating
    instructions.
    When the machine is locked, the
    "Switch on at" setting of the timer will
    not work.
    To activate or deactivate the System
    ^ Select "Settings F" from the Main
    menu, and then touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Select "Safety" with the arrow sensors
    and touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Use an arrow sensor to highlight
    "System lock" and then touch the OK
    sensor.
    ^ Select "On" with the arrow sensors
    and touch the OK sensor.
    The machine will now lock as soon as it
    is switched off and cannot be switched
    on again. If a sensor is touched, a
    message and a locked padlock X will
    appear in the display.

    Setting the water hardness
    For trouble-free operation of the coffee
    machine, and to ensure that the
    descaling reminder appears in the
    display at the appropriate time, it is
    important to set the water hardness
    level. The water hardness level
    indicates how much calcium is
    dissolved in the water. The higher the
    calcium content, the harder the water,
    and the harder the water, the more
    often the machine will need to be
    descaled.
    The machine measures the amount of
    water which has been taken in
    (including the amount required for
    producing steam). The amount of water
    which the machine can use before it
    needs to be descaled will depend on
    the water hardness level set. Less
    water will be used in hard water areas
    than in soft water areas.
    Your local water authority will be able to
    tell you the hardness of water in your
    area. Alternatively, you can measure
    the hardness yourself using the
    enclosed test strip:

    To deactivate the System lock,
    proceed as above, but select "Off".
    To override the System lock
    ^ Touch the OK sensor for about 3
    seconds.
    The machine is now temporarily
    unlocked and can be used to make
    drinks again. It locks itself as soon as
    the machine is switched off.
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    ^ Dip the strip in your drinking water for
    approximately a second, then shake
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    Settings: Customising your machine
    If the water is harder than
    40°d/7.0 mmol/l, limescale will build
    up more rapidy than with soft water.
    Descaling will need to be carried out
    more regularly than stated to
    prevent limescale damage to the
    machine.
    The machine has four programmable
    levels:
    – Soft:
    Local water hardness level 1
    0-3°d (0-0.6 mmol/l)
    Water through-flow: approx. 100 l
    Steam through-flow: approx. 120
    min.
    – Medium:
    Local water hardness level 1
    4-7°d (0.7-1.3 mmol/l)
    Water through-flow: approx. 80 l
    Steam through-flow: approx. 90 min.
    – Hard:
    Local water hardness level 2
    7-14°d (1.3-2.5 mmol/l)
    Water through-flow: approx. 60 l
    Steam through-flow: approx. 60 min.

    ^ Touch one of the arrow sensors to set
    the water hardness, and then touch
    the OK sensor.
    The water hardness level selected is
    saved to memory.

    Setting the display
    You can adjust both the contrast and
    the brightness of the display:
    ^ Select "Settings F" from the Main
    menu, and then touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Touch the right arrow sensor until
    "Display" is highlighted and touch the
    OK sensor.
    ^ Touch one of the arrow sensors to
    select "Contrast" or "Brightness" and
    touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Touch one of the arrow sensors to set
    the contrast lower or higher or the
    brightness lighter or darker.
    ^ Touch the OK sensor to save the
    setting.

    – Very hard:
    Local water hardness levels 3-4
    14-21°d (2.5-3.8 mmol/l) or more
    Water through-flow: approx. 40 l
    Steam through-flow: approx. 30 min.
    ^ Select "Settings F" from the Main
    menu, and then touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Use the arrow sensors to highlight
    "Water hardness" and then touch the
    OK sensor.

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    Setting the volume (keypad
    tone, buzzer)

    Resetting the factory default
    settings

    You can choose for a tone to sound
    each time a sensor is touched. The
    volume of the tone can also be
    adjusted:

    The "factory default" setting is used to
    reset the various settings back to the
    default status.

    ^ Select "Settings F" from the Main
    menu, and then touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Touch the right arrow sensor until
    "Volume" is highlighted, and then
    touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Touch one of the arrow sensors to
    select "Buzzer tones" or "Keypad
    tone" and touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Touch one of the arrow sensors to set
    the volume quieter or louder.
    If you continue towards the left until
    none of the small white bars is showing,
    the tone will be switched off.
    ^ Touch the OK sensor to save the
    setting.

    You can then select whether you want
    to reset All settings back to the factory
    default settings (Timer, Steam system,
    Lighting, System lock, Water hardness,
    Display, the most recently selected
    type of coffee and all the Standard User
    profile settings), or to delete the User
    profiles.
    ^ Select "Settings F" from the Main
    menu, and then touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Use an arrow sensor to highlight
    "Factory default", and then touch the
    OK sensor.
    Various options will then be available:
    All settings
    This option sets "All settings" back to
    the factory default.
    ^ Select "Reset" under "All settings",
    and touch the OK sensor.
    All settings are then reset to the default.
    If you select "Reset" by
    mistake, switch the coffee
    machine off: Resetting to the
    factory defaults will not be carried out.

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    Factory default settings (the coffee
    machine is delivered with the
    following settings)
    – Steam system (On)
    – Time of day display (On for 60
    seconds),
    Clock format (24 h),
    Timer - Switch on at (12:00),
    Timer - Switch off after (1:00),
    Timer - Switch off at (12:00),
    (Switch on at and Switch off at are
    both deactivated)

    User profiles
    You can delete all user profiles except
    for the standard one under "User
    Profiles".
    ^ Select "Reset" under "User profiles",
    and touch the OK sensor.
    User profiles are then deleted.
    If you select "Reset" by
    mistake, switch the coffee
    machine off: Resetting to the
    factory defaults will not be carried out.

    – Lighting: Brightness (medium)
    – Safety: System lock (Off)
    – Water hardness (Very hard)
    – Display: Display - Contrast (medium),
    Brightness (maximum)
    – Volume: Volume of buzzer tones and
    keypad tone (maximum setting for
    both)
    – User profile: Revert (when switched
    on).
    – Allocate type (of coffee):
    Chamber 1 = Volluto
    Chamber 2 = Arpeggio
    Chamber 3 = Cosi
    Chamber 4 = Roma
    Chamber 5 = Decaffeinato

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    Allocating and saving a coffee type
    There are 16 different types of
    Nespresso coffee available for use in
    this machine (as well as occasional
    "special" brands). They vary in terms of
    taste, aroma and how they are roasted.
    Preparation time also affects the taste.

    Allocating the types of coffee
    (Allocate type)
    You can store five different types of
    coffee in this machine (e.g. for five
    different users with different tastes).
    There are five chambers. Make sure
    you put the different types of coffee in
    the correct chambers. You can fill all
    the chambers with the same type of
    coffee if you wish.
    Chamber symbols in the display
    When a chamber has been allocated
    with a type of coffee, a coffee bean
    symbol will appear in front of the
    chamber number in the main menu.
    When you then select the particular
    chamber with one of the arrow sensors,
    the type of coffee in the chamber will
    appear in the top line of the display.
    If the chamber is empty a warning
    triangle will appear after the coffee
    bean symbol.

    If the chamber has not been allocated
    with a type of coffee a question mark
    will appear after the coffee bean
    regardless of whether the chamber is
    full or empty. When the chamber is
    selected "Empty" will appear in the top
    line of the display and coffee cannot be
    dispensed from that chamber.
    How to allocate the types of coffee
    Settings F
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    ^ Select "Settings F" from the Main
    menu, and then touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Touch one of the arrow sensors to
    highlight "Allocate type", and touch
    the OK sensor.
    ^ Select one of the chambers e.g.
    "Chamber 1" with the arrow sensors
    and touch the OK sensor.
    The names of some types of coffee
    have already been entered at the
    factory. You can now:
    – Select type from the types of coffee
    which have already been allocated.
    – Rename type if you want to enter
    new types of coffee.
    The following options only appear if you
    have already entered a new type of
    coffee in addition to the existing types:
    – Change type
    – Delete type

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    Allocating and saving a coffee type
    It is best to take the capsule carousel
    out of the machine so that you can see
    which type of coffee you have put into
    each chamber more easily.

    ^ Use the arrow sensors to select the
    character you require.

    Select type

    The characters you have chosen will
    appear in the top line of the display.

    ^ Use the arrow sensors to select the
    type of coffee you want to allocate to
    the selected chamber and touch the
    OK sensor.
    Rename type
    ^ Touch one of the arrow sensors to
    highlight "Rename type", and touch
    the OK sensor.
    You can allocate up to 10 of your
    own types of coffee. If you try to
    allocate more than 10 types of
    coffee, "Memory full" will appear in
    the display and you will need to
    delete one type of coffee to create
    space.
    As soon as you have allocated a
    type of coffee, this type will be
    available to use for any of the
    chambers even if you have carried
    out the allocation process with
    Chamber 1 programming option
    selected, for example.

    ^ Confirm the character by pressing
    the OK sensor.

    If you make a mistake, use
    the arrow sensors to select
    the bin symbol and touch the
    OK sensor. The last character will be
    deleted.
    Saving an entry
    ^ When you have finished making your
    entry, use the arrow sensors to
    highlight the word "OK" and then
    touch the OK sensor.
    The menu for the chamber you are
    "filling" will appear in the display.
    ^ To leave this menu, use the arrow
    sensors to highlight "Back A", and
    then touch the OK sensor.
    Not saving an entry
    ^ If you don't wish to save your entry,
    use the arrow sensors to highlight
    "Back A" and then touch the OK
    sensor.

    Letters and numbers will now appear in
    the display. Use the arrow sensors to
    select the letters and numbers you
    require.
    A new word always starts with a capital
    letter. The rest of the word will
    automatically be in lower case.

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    Allocating and saving a coffee type
    Change type
    You can use this option to select the
    coffee type that you would like to
    change.
    ^ Touch one of the arrow sensors to
    highlight "Change type", and touch
    the OK sensor.
    Now proceed as described in "Rename
    type".
    – To delete a character, select the bin
    symbol.
    – To enter new characters, select the
    relevant character and confirm with
    OK.
    – Save the new name by selecting
    "OK" in the display and touching the
    OK sensor.
    Delete type
    If you want to delete a type of coffee
    completely,
    ^ Select "Delete type" using the OK
    sensor.
    ^ Use the arrow sensors to select the
    type of coffee you want to delete.
    ^ Touch the OK sensor.
    A tick will appear after the type of
    coffee and after a short while it will be
    deleted.

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    Programming the amount (Setting the portion sizes)
    The flavour of the coffee produced
    depends on the type of coffee, how
    finely the beans are ground and the
    quantity of water used. Not all espresso
    and coffee cups are the same size. To
    ensure the machine uses the right
    amount of water to suit your taste and
    your cups, you can programme the
    amount to use.
    The programming amount procedure
    should be carried out for espresso,
    coffee and hot water.
    The Espresso symbol dispenses a
    standard size espresso to be served in
    a standard espresso cup.
    The Coffee symbol dispenses coffee
    for a standard size coffee cup.
    You can programme the amount in two
    ways, either by touching the OK sensor
    continually, or via the "Settings" option.
    Espresso and coffee for all
    chambers and types of coffee will
    be dispensed using the amounts
    programmed regardless of which
    chamber or which type of coffee you
    select for programming the amount.

    Programming the portion size via the
    OK sensor
    ^ Place the appropriate cup for the
    amount you want to programme
    under the appropriate spout.
    ^ Select the type of drink you require
    (espresso, coffee or hot water).
    ^ Touch the OK sensor until "Prog. the
    amount" appears in the display.
    ^ As soon as the cup is filled to the
    level you want, touch the OK sensor
    again to save the amount to memory.
    The volume of water programmed will
    now be dispensed every time this drink
    is selected, regardlesss of the type of
    coffee capsule selected.
    Water flow stops automatically when
    the maximum amount possible is
    reached. The maximum amount
    possible for that type of drink will be
    saved.
    If there is insufficient water in the
    water container, the process will be
    stopped and the amount will not be
    saved.

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    Programming the amount (Setting the portion sizes)
    Programming the amount via
    "Settings"

    Setting portion sizes for different
    User profiles

    ^ Place the appropriate cup for the
    amount you want to programme
    under the appropriate spout.

    In addition to the standard
    user profile you can also set
    specific portion sizes for the
    nine other user profiles.

    ^ Select "Settings F" from the Main
    menu, and then touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Touch the right arrow sensor until
    "Prog. the amount" is highlighted and
    touch the OK sensor.
    The drink types; espresso, coffee and
    hot water will appear in the display. You
    can set the quantity of water dispensed
    for these drinks.
    ^ Select the type of drink with the arrow
    sensors and touch the OK sensor.
    ^ If you have selected coffee or
    espresso, select the type of coffee
    you want to drink just now and touch
    the OK sensor. (If the OK sensor
    does not react, the chamber for the
    type of coffee is empty).
    ^ Select "Start".
    ^ When the cup is filled to the level you
    want, touch the OK sensor.
    The portion size for this particular drink
    is now set and stored in memory. The
    volume of water programmed will now
    be dispensed every time this drink is
    selected, regardless of the type of
    coffee capsule selected.

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    ^ Use the arrow sensors to select "User
    profile" and then touch the OK
    sensor.
    ^ Select "Select" with the arrow sensors
    and touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Use the arrow sensors to select the
    name of the user profile for which you
    want to set the portion size and touch
    the OK sensor.
    A number will appear in the
    top line of the display after
    the user profile symbol n to
    show which user profile has been
    selected.
    Proceed now as described at the
    beginning of the section.
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    Setting up User profiles
    To cater for different tastes and
    preferences, you can enter up to 9
    individual User profiles. Each User
    profile can also be allocated its own
    portion size.
    See "Programming the amount (Setting
    the portion sizes)".
    User profile
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    ^ Touch the right arrow sensor until
    "User profile" is highlighted, and then
    touch the OK sensor.
    You can now:
    – Select User profile from the User
    profiles which are already allocated.
    – Create User profile, if you want to
    enter a new User profile.
    The following options only appear if you
    have already entered a new User
    profile in addition to the Standard User
    profile:
    – Change User profile, if you want to
    alter a User profile.
    – Delete User profile, if you want to
    delete a User profile.
    – Revert:You can programme the
    machine so that it always reverts to
    the Standard User profile or so that it
    continues to operate using a User
    profile you have set.

    Selecting a User profile
    ^ Select the User profile you want with
    the arrow sensors and touch the OK
    sensor.
    A number will appear in the
    top line of the display beside
    the user profile symbol n to
    show that a user profile has been
    selected.

    Creating a User profile
    ^ Use the arrow sensors to highlight
    "Create", and then touch the OK
    sensor.
    You can allocate up to 9 User
    profiles. If you try to allocate more
    than 9 User profiles, "Memory full"
    will appear in the display and you
    will need to delete one name to
    create space.
    Letters and numbers will now appear in
    the display. Use the arrow sensors to
    select the letters and numbers you
    require.
    A new word always starts with a capital
    letter. The rest of the word will
    automatically be in lower case.
    Hyphens and spaces can be used
    between lower case letters.

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    Setting up User profiles
    ^ Use the arrow sensors to select the
    character you require.

    Changing a User profile

    ^ Confirm the character by pressing
    the OK button.

    Once you have selected the "Change"
    option and confirmed your selection
    with OK,

    The characters you have chosen will
    appear in the top line of the display.

    ^ Select the User profile, and touch the
    OK sensor.

    If you make a mistake, use
    the arrow sensors to select
    the bin symbol and touch the
    OK sensor. The last character will be
    deleted.

    Now proceed as described in "Creating
    a User profile".

    Saving an entry
    ^ When you have finished making your
    entry, use the arrow sensors to
    highlight the word "OK" and then
    touch the OK sensor.
    The User profile welcome screen will
    appear briefly in the display, and then
    the Main menu.
    Not saving an entry
    ^ If you don't wish to save your entry,
    use the arrow sensors to highlight
    "Back A" and then touch the OK
    sensor.

    – To delete a character, select the bin
    symbol.
    – To enter new characters, select the
    relevant character and confirm with
    OK.
    – Save the new name by selecting
    "OK" in the display and touching the
    OK sensor.

    Deleting a User profile
    If you want to delete the User profile
    completely,
    ^ Select "Delete User profile" using the
    OK sensor.
    ^ Use the arrow sensors to select the
    user profile you want to delete.
    ^ Touch the OK sensor.
    A tick will appear after the user profile
    and after a short while it will be deleted.

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    Setting up User profiles
    Revert

    When switched on

    You can programme the machine so
    that it reverts to the Standard User
    profile after you have made each drink,
    or so that it continues to operate using
    a User profile you have set.

    Each time the machine is switched on it
    will automatically select the Standard
    user profile regardless of which user
    profile was set before the machine was
    last switched off.

    To set the profile to be used:

    Select "When switched on" with the
    arrow sensors and touch the OK
    sensor.

    ^ Select "Revert" with one of the arrow
    sensors.
    You can now select one of the
    following:
    Manually
    The coffee machine will store the user
    profile you have selected until you
    select another one.
    ^ Select "Manually" with the arrow
    sensors and touch the OK sensor.
    After each use
    The machine will automatically revert to
    the Standard user profile each time a
    drink is dispensed.
    ^ Select "After each use" with the arrow
    sensors and touch the OK sensor.

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    Cleaning and care
    Quick guide
    Clean the coffee machine regularly to prevent a build-up of bacteria.
    Recommended frequency

    What do I have to do?

    Each time milk is used to make a
    drink, if more than one hour has
    passed since the last drink was
    made

    Rinse the lid of the cappuccinatore

    Rinse the system (pipework)
    Clean the cappuccinatore
    Every day
    Clean the water container
    (usually at the end of the day,
    before the machine is switched off) Clean the waste container
    Clean the drip tray
    Clean the grille and the drip tray cover
    Clean the coffee outlet cover
    Clean the capsule carousel and carousel runners
    Once a week
    (or more often if badly soiled)

    Clean the small drip tray on the inside of the machine front
    Clean the inside of the machine
    Clean the steam valve
    Clean the front of the machine (especially straight after
    descaling)

    Once a month

    Clean the capsule plate (with a cleaning tablet)

    After approx. 15,000 drinks have
    been dispensed

    Replace the capsule hopper

    Depending on the hardness of the
    water

    Descale the machine

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    Cleaning and care
    Miele branded cleaning and
    conditioning products are available
    from the Miele Spare Parts Department
    or via the internet on
    www.miele-shop.com.
    Always allow the machine to cool
    down before cleaning. Please be
    aware that the water in the drip tray
    will be hot. Danger of scalding.
    Before cleaning the interior, switch
    the machine off with the master
    switch (top left hand side). Danger
    of injury!
    Do not clean the inside of the
    capsule plate opening. Danger of
    injury.
    Do not clean the machine with a
    steam cleaner as this will damage
    the machine.
    Do not use cleaning agents
    containing chlorides, acids, soda or
    scouring agents. These would
    damage the surface.
    It is important to clean the machine
    regularly, as the any coffee remains will
    soon go mouldy.

    Rinsing the system
    Before switching the machine off for
    any length of time, the pipework, brew
    system, spout and steam valve need to
    be cleaned.
    If coffee has been dispensed, the
    machine will carry out a short rinse
    automatically before it switches off.
    Place a suitable container under the
    spout and the steam valve.
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    ^ Use the right arrow sensor to
    highlight the maintenance symbol
    and then touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Select "Rinse the system" and touch
    the OK sensor.
    Water will run out of the spout.
    ^ Open the steam valve.
    Water will run out of the steam valve.
    ^ Close the steam valve a few seconds
    later.
    The system has now been flushed
    through and the machine can be
    switched off.

    All removable parts can be cleaned in
    the dishwasher except for:
    – The capsule plate
    – The plastic grille
    If the parts are cleaned frequently in a
    dishwasher, they can become
    discoloured from regular contact with
    food residues (e.g. tomatoes).
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    Cleaning and care
    Water container
    Empty the water container daily and fill
    with fresh, cold tap water just before
    use.
    When cleaning, make sure that there
    is no soiling in the area around the
    valve. Otherwise the container will
    not sit correctly and this could result
    in water leaking from the machine.
    ^ The water container can be cleaned
    in the dishwasher or by hand using
    hot water with a little washing-up
    liquid.
    Dry thoroughly after cleaning.
    ^ Clean the surface the water container
    sits on thoroughly, taking special
    care to clean the recesses properly.

    Waste container
    Clean the waste container daily. Coffee
    remains can turn mouldy.
    There will probably also be water in the
    waste container left over from the
    brewing and rinsing process.
    ^ Lift the waste container and pull it
    forwards to remove.
    Clean the waste container with hot
    water and a little washing-up liquid or in
    the dishwasher and dry with a cloth.

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    ^ Clean inside the waste container
    compartment, especially at the top
    right and left hand sides near the
    small window shapes (sensors). It is
    important to keep these sensors
    clean, as otherwise the machine will
    not recognise the waste container is
    present or that it requires emptying.
    ^ Push the waste container back into
    the machine as far as it will go.
    When you push the waste container
    into the machine, you also push a
    lever backwards. This tells the
    machine that the waste container has
    been put back. There will be a little
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    Cleaning and care
    Drip tray
    There is a sensor in the drip tray which
    causes a message to appear in the
    display when the drip tray is full and
    needs to be emptied. Remove the tray
    and empty and clean it when this
    message appears.
    However, to avoid a build-up of odours,
    the drip tray should be cleaned every
    day.
    After running the last rinse you
    should leave the drip tray in position
    for a while before cleaning it so that
    you catch any remaining water from
    the system.
    Take care when removing the drip
    tray as the water can be very hot.
    Danger of scalding.
    ^ Open the machine front, and
    carefully remove the drip tray from
    the machine.
    The grid in the drip tray prevents the
    water from spilling out of the tray
    when it is being carried.

    ^ Clean the drip tray and the grid with
    hot water and a little washing-up
    liquid, or in the dishwasher and dry
    with a cloth.
    Make sure that the metal contact
    discs at the top of the drip tray are
    cleaned and dried properly. These
    metal discs send a signal to the
    machine when the drip tray is full or
    if it is not in the machine. The discs
    will not convey these messages if
    they are dirty or damp.
    ^ Push the drip tray with the grid along
    the right hand edge back into the
    machine.
    ^ Close the front of the machine.

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    Cleaning and care
    Grille with drip tray cover

    ^ Take the grille and drip tray cover out
    and wash them.
    The plastic grille must only be
    washed by hand.

    ^ Lift the carousel runners up (a), and
    pull forwards to remove b.
    ^ Clean the capsule carousel and
    carousel runners with hot water and a
    little washing-up liquid, or in the
    dishwasher and dry with a cloth.

    Capsule carousel and carousel
    runners

    ^ Pull the carousel runners a out as far
    as possible.
    ^ Remove the capsule carousel b by
    pulling it upwards.

    ^ Also clean the area under the
    carousel runners. It is particularly
    important to clean the sensor which
    is used to recognise the capsule
    chambers as well as the recess in the
    floor. After cleaning, dry with a soft
    cloth.
    ^ To put the carousel runners back in,
    place them on the guide rails and
    push them into the machine until they
    click into position.
    ^ Insert the capsule carousel. You do
    not have to position it in a particular
    way, as the machine will
    automatically guide it into position.
    ^ Push the carousel runners with the
    capsule carousel fully back into the
    machine.

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  • Page 47

    Cleaning and care
    Coffee outlet cover
    ^ Open the front of the machine.

    Interior and machine front
    Switch the machine off with the
    master switch (top left hand side of
    the machine). Danger of injury.
    ^ First take out all removable parts and
    then clean the interior and the
    machine front with a mild solution of
    hot water and washing-up liquid.

    ^ Push up the cover in the middle of
    the machine front.
    ^ Clean the cover with a mild solution
    of hot water and washing up liquid or
    in the dishwasher, then dry it. Also
    clean the inside of the machine front
    with a mild solution of hot water and
    washing-up liquid and dry it.
    ^ Push the cover back onto the coffee
    outlet. Make sure that the cover sits
    correctly on the outlet.

    ^ Also clean the small drip tray in the
    lower part of the inside of the front of
    the machine thoroughly.

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  • Page 48

    Cleaning and care
    Capsule plate

    Steam valve

    How quickly the capsule plate
    becomes soiled will depend on the
    content of natural oils in the coffee
    used. It should be cleaned whenever
    the machine is descaled or more often
    if necessary using the cleaning tablets
    supplied with the machine. (Make sure
    you use the correct tablets - approx.
    1 cm diameter, pack of 10). Cleaning
    tablets are available from your Miele
    Dealer, the Miele Spare Parts
    Department, via the internet on
    www.miele-shop.com, or from
    Nespresso.

    The small rubber sleeve which
    connects the steam valve with the milk
    frother can be removed for cleaning.
    The sleeve and also the tip of the steam
    valve underneath the sleeve should be
    cleaned regularly.

    ^ Push the steam valve down and pull
    the rubber sleeve off downwards.
    ^ Use a mild solution of hot water and
    washing-up liquid to clean the rubber
    sleeve and the tip of the steam valve.
    ^ Press on the ribbed part a, and pull
    the capsule plate b forwards to
    remove it.
    ^ Fill a small container with hot water
    and dissolve one cleaning tablet
    (approx. 1 cm diameter, pack or 10)
    in it.
    ^ Place the capsule plate in the
    cleaning solution and leave for
    approx. one hour.
    ^ Once the coffee remains have been
    removed, rinse it thoroughly and dry
    it.
    ^ Push the capsule plate back into the
    machine. It must click into position.

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    ^ Dry them and then put the sleeve
    back onto the tip of the steam valve.
    Make sure that the sleeve sits
    securely onto the tip.
    ^ Push the steam valve back upwards.
    If you forget to push it back up, it
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    Cleaning and care
    Cappuccinatore (milk frother)
    The cappuccinatore can be dismantled
    into several parts to clean it properly. It
    is very important to clean the parts
    thoroughly as otherwise the froth will
    not be produced properly, if at all. It is
    best to clean the cappuccinatore in a
    dishwasher - all parts are
    dishwasher-safe.
    ^ Dismantle the cappuccinatore lid and
    clean all the parts.
    You will not be able to pull the valve
    out if the dot is set between the
    symbols for hot milk and steam.

    Ensure that all parts have been
    reassembled correctly and that
    there is no gap between the two
    parts of the lid.
    Also make sure that the
    reassembled lid is fitted onto the
    cappuccinatore jug correctly. The
    valve sits above the cappuccinatore
    handle. If this is not the case, the
    cappuccinatore will not operate
    properly.

    ^ Reassemble the parts of the lid as
    shown. In order to insert the valve
    correctly the dot on the valve must be
    at the top right-hand side.

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    Cleaning and care
    Machine front
    If soiling is not removed promptly it
    could cause the surface of the
    machine to alter or discolour.
    Remove any soiling immediately.

    Avoid the following on all types of
    front:
    – cleaning agents containing soda,
    amonia, acids or chlorides,
    – solvent-based cleaning agents,

    ^ Switch the machine off with the
    On/Off sensor.

    – cleaning agents containing
    descaling agents,

    ^ Clean the front using a damp Miele
    microfibre E-cloth or with a clean
    sponge and a solution of hot water
    and washing-up liquid. After
    cleaning, dry with a soft cloth.

    – stainless steel cleaning agents,

    Make sure that water cannot get
    behind the display.

    All external surfaces are susceptible
    to scratching. Scratches on glass
    surfaces could even cause a
    breakage.
    Contact with unsuitable cleaning
    agents can discolour the external
    surfaces.
    Wipe up any spillages or splashes
    of descaling agent immediately.

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    – dishwasher cleaner,
    – abrasive cleaning agents, e.g.
    powder cleaners and cream
    cleaners,
    – hard, abrasive sponges, e.g. pot
    scourers, brushes or sponges which
    have been previously used with
    abrasive cleaning agents,
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    Cleaning and care
    Maintenance
    The capsule hopper in the brew unit
    needs to be replaced after about
    15,000 cups of coffee. Replacement
    capsule hoppers are available from the
    Miele Spare Parts Dept.
    Settings F
    K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 L

    o n G k

    C

    ^ Select "Settings F" from the Main
    menu, and then touch the OK sensor.
    ^ Use the arrow sensors to highlight
    "Maintenance", and then touch the
    OK sensor.

    ^ Using the special tool (supplied) as
    shown above, turn the capsule
    hopper to the left to remove it.

    ^ Select "Carry out" and touch the OK
    sensor.
    The capsule hopper inside the machine
    will be lowered. The following will then
    appear in the display:
    i Remove capsule plate and change
    the capsule hopper

    ^ Open the front of the machine.
    ^ Take out the capsule plate.
    Do not reach into the openings in
    the brew unit. Danger of injury.

    ^ Screw the new capsule hopper to the
    right into position in the brew unit, as
    shown above. The spring with the
    ball in the capsule hopper must be
    placed so that the ball is at the top.
    ^ Put the rubber connector back on
    from below (the narrow end or funnel
    towards the bottom).
    ^ Insert the capsule plate and close the
    machine front.

    ^ Pull the rubber connector
    downwards.

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  • Page 52

    Descaling the machine
    The machine should be descaled
    regularly to ensure that it functions
    correctly. It will remind you when this
    needs to be carried out.
    When only 50 portions can be made
    before the next descaling programme
    has to be run, the following message
    will appear in the display: No. of
    portions until descaling: 50.
    This message will now appear
    (counting down) after each drink
    (coffee, espresso, steam, hot water)
    has been dispensed.
    ^ Confirm the message by touching the
    OK sensor.
    If you let it run to 0, the machine will
    stop working and "Descale - Start" will
    appear in the display.
    You cannot make any more drinks until
    the descaling programme has been
    carried out.
    Descale

    Start

    ^ Touch the OK sensor.
    To descale the machine, you require
    descaling tablets and the coloured
    descaling funnel.

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    Only use the descaling tablets
    supplied with the machine. (Make
    sure you use the correct tablets approx. 5 cm diameter, pack of 6).
    These have been specially
    formulated for use in this coffee
    machine and are available from your
    Miele dealer, the Miele Spare Parts
    Department or via the internet on
    www.miele-shop.com.
    Other types of descaling agents will
    damage the machine and affect the
    taste.
    Follow the instructions on the
    package carefully to avoid
    damaging the machine.
    Make sure that you wipe up any
    spillages or splashes of descaling
    agent immediately to avoid
    damaging the machine front.
    After running the descaling
    programme, remember to clean the
    water container and the drip tray
    thoroughly to remove any descaling
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    Descaling the machine
    The display will guide you through the
    whole procedure. Please follow the
    instructions to, for example, empty the
    drip tray, fill the water container etc.
    The descaling programme cannot
    be cancelled once you have
    touched the OK sensor. The
    programme has to be completed
    through to the end. This is a safety
    measure to ensure that the machine
    is fully descaled, and is important for
    the long-term protection of the
    machine and to ensure it functions
    correctly.
    To dissolve the descaling tablets
    ^ take the water container out and fill it
    to the k mark with lukewarm water.
    (Do not use less water than this
    because this would cause the
    descaling programme to finish before
    it has been completed properly).
    ^ Drop 2 descaling tablets in the
    water. Allow the tablets to dissolve
    fully before shutting the lid and
    putting the water container back in
    the machine.

    ^ When prompted, remove the capsule
    plate and replace with the coloured
    descaling funnel.
    The descaling procedure will not
    start for another 5 minutes or so.
    This time is needed to allow the
    descaling tablets to dissolve fully in
    the water. It will take longer than this
    to start if the appliance is too warm.
    During descaling a little water and
    descaling agent will run out of the
    coffee and steam spouts. This is
    followed by an activation period, before
    more descaling agent is drained out,
    and so on. A message will appear in
    the display letting you know
    approximately how long this procedure
    will take.

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  • Page 54

    Descaling the machine
    ^ When a message asking you to fill
    the water container with fresh tap
    water appears in the display, you
    should remove the container and
    rinse it out thoroughly with clean
    water. Make sure all traces of
    descaling agent are removed, and
    then fill it up the the k mark with
    clean tap water.
    Empty the waste container at the
    same time.
    Water will flow out of both spouts during
    the rinsing process. The drip tray will
    need to be emptied several times
    during this process.
    When Programme finished appears in
    the display,
    ^ touch the OK sensor.
    The descaling programme is finished
    and the machine can be used for
    making drinks again.

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    Descaling when not prompted
    by a message
    If you want to carry out descaling
    before being prompted to do so by the
    machine,
    Descale
    K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 L

    o n G

    k C

    ^ Select "Descale" with one of the arrow
    sensors.
    ^ Touch the OK sensor to start the
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    Problem solving guide
    . . . nothing appears in the display.
    Repairs to electrical appliances
    should only be carried out by a
    suitably qualified and competent
    person in strict accordance with
    current local and national safety
    regulations. Repairs and other work
    by unqualified persons could be
    dangerous. The manufacturer
    cannot be held liable for
    unauthorised work.
    Various messages will appear in the
    display to warn of certain problems.
    Follow the instructions which appear in
    the display to remedy the problem.
    Other problems or situations which
    occur in general use are described in
    this section. With the help of the
    following notes minor faults in the
    performance of the machine, some of
    which may result from incorrect
    operation, can be put right without
    contacting the Service Department.
    What to do if . . .
    . . . the machine does not light up
    after it has been switched on.
    Has the lighting been switched off?
    ^ If is has, switch it back on (see
    "Settings: customising your machine Lighting").

    The master switch is at "0".
    ^ Set the master switch to "I".
    The plug is not inserted in the socket
    correctly.
    ^ check that the plug is inserted
    correctly and switched on at the
    socket.
    The main fuse has tripped due to a
    problem with the coffee machine, the
    electricity supply or another appliance.
    ^ Contact a qualified electrician or
    Miele.
    . . . the machine suddenly switches
    itself off.
    The machine will switch itself off
    automatically after a certain length of
    time if it is not being used. This time
    depends on the switch off time which
    has been programmed.
    ^ Is it plugged in and switched on at
    the socket?
    . . . the lighting suddenly switches
    itself off.
    If the machine has not been used for 15
    minutes the lighting will switch itself off
    automatically. (See "Settings:
    customising your machine - Lighting").

    ^ If not, then the lighting is defective.
    Call the Miele Service Department.

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    Problem solving guide
    . . . the machine does not switch on
    even though the "Switch on at"
    setting for the timer has been
    activated.
    The system lock has been activated.
    ^ Deactivate it. (See "Settings:
    customising your machine - Safety
    (activating the System lock)").
    The machine was not used after being
    switched on automatically 3 times in
    succession.
    ^ Switch the machine on and make a
    drink.
    . . . you cannot read the display.
    If the machine is installed too low down,
    the display can be hard to see.
    ^ Try to improve this by adjusting the
    display contrast or brightness (see
    "Settings: customising your machine Setting the display").
    . . . you cannot open or close the
    front of the machine.
    The steam valve is not in the correct
    upward facing position.
    ^ Push the steam valve right down to
    start with, and then pull it upwards as
    far as it will go.

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    . . . the time of day needs to be reset.
    The time of day needs to be reset if the
    machine has been switched off with the
    master switch or at the wall socket. Any
    times programmed for switching on or
    off automatically remain in memory and
    do not need to be reset.
    . . . drinks are not dispensed, even
    though the coffee capsules are in the
    capsule carousel and there is
    sufficient water in the water
    container.
    The water container has not been
    correctly positioned inside the machine.
    ^ Remove the water container and
    replace it.
    A coffee capsule has jammed in the
    capsule carousel.
    ^ Open the front of the machine.
    ^ Pull the carousel runners out, lift the
    capsule carousel upwards and
    release the coffee capsules so that
    they can move without hindrance.
    ^ Replace the capsule carousel on its
    runners, and push the runners as far
    as they will go into the machine.
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  • Page 57

    Problem solving guide
    . . . no water comes out of the steam
    or hot water spout.

    . . . you cannot create steam and
    coffee or espresso at the same time.

    The water container has not been
    correctly positioned inside the machine.

    ^ Has the steam heating system been
    switched off?

    ^ Remove the water container and
    replace it.

    If it has been switched off, you cannot
    dispense steam and coffee at the same
    time (see "Settings: customising your
    machine - Setting the Steam system").

    The steam valve is blocked if you still
    cannot get any water out of the valve or
    if only a little comes out:
    ^ Open the front of the machine.
    ^ Push the steam valve back down
    again, and pull the rubber sleeve off.

    . . . the steam system is switched off,
    but you can still make steam and
    coffee or espresso at the same time.
    If the steam system is still hot you will
    be able to do both at the same time.
    Once it has cooled down again you will
    not be able to make steam and coffee
    at the same time.
    . . . the steam smells of rubber.
    There will be a smell of rubber whilst
    the machine is still new. It will
    disappear with time.

    ^ Using the small end of the spanner
    used for removing the capsule
    hopper, unscrew the tip of the steam
    valve.
    ^ Clean it thoroughly and then screw it
    back on again.

    . . . there is no froth from the
    cappuccinatore (milk frother).
    ^ Check that the milk spout is pulled
    out so that milk will be frothed in the
    cappuccinatore.
    ^ Check that the valve and the spout in
    the lid are correctly positioned (see
    "Cleaning and care").
    ^ Check whether any components in
    the cappuccinatore are blocked.

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    Problem solving guide
    . . . coffee preparation has been
    interrupted.

    . . . the machine does not rinse
    through when it is switched on.

    ^ Have you selected a double
    espresso or a double coffee?

    If the temperature of the machine is
    above 60 °C, rinsing cannot take place.

    The machine uses two capsules for
    double portions. If there was only
    one capsule left in the chamber the
    machine will not make the coffee.
    ^ Fill the capsule carousel.
    . . . there are coffee grounds in the
    coffee.
    The capsule plate is dirty.
    ^ Clean the capsule plate (see
    "Cleaning and care").
    . . . a message keeps appearing
    asking you to empty the drip tray
    even though it is empty.
    ^ Have the contacts been properly
    cleaned and dried?
    ^ Is the drip tray positioned correctly in
    the machine?
    ^ Switch the machine off and then back
    on again with the master switch.

    . . . water stopped flowing whilst
    programming in the amount to use.
    The flow stops automatically when the
    maximum fill quantity is reached. The
    maximum quantity is stored in memory.
    There was insufficient water in the water
    container. The quantity used previously
    was not saved to memory.
    ^ Fill the water container and repeat
    the process to programme in the
    amount.
    . . . the preparation time and the
    maximum fill quantity of the coffee
    varies considerably.
    The coffee grind varies depending on
    type of coffee. Different producers may
    also use different grinds for the same
    type of coffee. For this reason the
    preparation times and maximum fill
    quantities can vary.

    ^ Buff the contacts a little, e.g. with fine
    glasspaper or emery cloth.

    . . . the espresso/coffee is not hot
    enough.

    ^ If this fault message continues to
    appear, please call the Miele Service
    Department.

    ^ Have the cups and system been
    pre-warmed?
    The smaller and thicker the cup, the
    more important it is to pre-warm it.

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    Problem solving guide
    . . . the coffee is too weak.
    ^ Make sure that the amount of water
    programmed is not too much for the
    coffee.
    ^ Check to see how many coffees have
    already been dispensed (see
    "Settings: Customising your machine
    - Info (showing the number of
    drinks)").
    If the amount of water is correct, and
    approx. 15,000 coffees have already
    been dispensed, you will need to
    replace the capsule hopper in the
    brew unit (see "Cleaning and care Maintenance").
    . . . there is water in the waste
    container.
    This is not a fault. The water is left over
    from the brewing and cleaning process.
    . . . there is residual "coffee water" in
    the waste container.
    The capsule plate is not pushed in
    correctly.
    ^ Remove the capsule plate and push
    it back in correctly.
    . . . the descaling programme was
    started by mistake.
    The descaling programme cannot be
    cancelled once you have touched the
    OK sensor. The programme has to be
    completed through to the end. This is a
    safety measure to ensure that the
    machine is fully descaled, and is
    important for the long-term protection of
    the machine and to ensure it functions
    correctly.

    ^ Descale the machine (see "Descaling
    the machine").
    . . . the heating-up time is getting
    longer, the amount of water coming
    through is incorrect and the machine
    is not performing properly.
    The machine needs descaling.
    ^ Descale the machine (see "Descaling
    the machine").
    . . . the fault message "Push water
    container right in" appears.
    Water has not been taken in.
    ^ Perhaps the system was not filled
    with water before the first drink was
    made. Fill the system with water as
    described in "Making drinks: Before
    preparing the first drink - Filling the
    system with water".
    The water container has not been
    correctly positioned inside the machine.
    ^ Remove the water container and
    replace it.
    ^ This error message also appears if
    the water container was not correctly
    filled for descaling. Fill the container
    to the mark, and start the descaling
    process again.
    If this fault message continues to
    appear in the display, please call the
    Miele Service department, quoting the
    fault message.

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    Problem solving guide
    . . . "Fault - 1" to "Fault - 4" or
    "Fault - 80" to "Fault - 83" appears in
    the display.
    ^ Switch off the machine using the
    On/Off sensor, and wait for one hour
    before switching it on again.
    If the Fault message appears in the
    display again, contact the Service
    department.
    . . . the message "Check capsule
    carousel and push the runners right
    in" appears in the display.
    The capsule carousel has jammed and
    cannot turn properly.
    ^ Open the front of the machine.
    ^ Pull capsule runners out of the
    machine and check whether, for
    example, a capsule is not sitting in
    the carousel correctly.
    ^ Once all the capsules are positioned
    correctly, push the capsule runners
    back into the machine.
    ^ Close the machine front.

    ^ Try to pull out the carousel runners.
    If you can pull out the carousel runners,
    remove the coffee capsule and dispose of
    it as it is likely to be damaged or dented
    and could become stuck again if reused.
    ^ Clean the area under the carousel
    runners. It is particularly important to
    clean the sensor which is used to
    recognise the capsule chambers as
    well as the recess in the floor. Wipe
    everything dry using a soft cloth.
    ^ Push the carousel runners back into
    the machine and
    ^ switch the machine on again with the
    master switch.
    ^ Close the front of the machine.
    If you cannot pull out the carousel
    runners,
    ^ then try to remove the capsule plate.
    ^ Look for the capsule in the brewing
    area and try to remove it. Dispose of
    this coffee capsule as it is likely to be
    damaged or dented and could
    become stuck again if reused.

    If the fault message appears in the
    display again, call the Service
    Department.

    ^ Push the capsule plate back in, and

    . . . "Fault -72" appears in the display.

    ^ Close the machine front and follow
    the instructions given in the display.

    A coffee capsule has become jammed
    between the capsule carousel and the
    capsule plate.
    ^ Open the front of the machine.
    Press the master switch in the
    machine at the top left to
    disconnect it from the mains.
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    ^ switch the machine on again with the
    master switch.

    If the message continues to appear or if
    you cannot remove the capsule, call the
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    Problem solving guide
    . . . "Fault -75" appears in the display.
    The sensors in the waste container
    compartment are dirty.
    ^ Pull out the waste container and
    clean the interior of the compartment,
    paying particular attention to the
    sensors (small window shapes) at the
    top right and left hand side.
    ^ Replace the waste container in the
    machine.

    The coffee capsule is lying on the
    capsule plate.
    ^ Open the front of the machine.
    Press the master switch in the
    machine at the top left to
    disconnect it from the mains.
    ^ Pull the carousel runners out of the
    machine.

    The coffee capsule was not pushed
    onto the capsule plate.
    ^ Pull the carousel runners out of the
    machine.
    ^ Clean the area under the carousel
    runners. It is particularly important to
    clean the sensor which is used to
    recognise the capsule chambers as
    well as the recess in the floor. Wipe
    everything dry using a soft cloth.
    ^ Replace everything in the machine.

    ^ There is an opening to the right of the
    slot for the capsule plate. Check
    whether a coffee capsule is lying on
    top of the capsule plate.
    ^ Push the coffee capsule with your
    finger back into the waste container.
    ^ Switch the machine on again with the
    master switch.
    ^ Close the machine front and follow the
    instructions given in the display.

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    Problem solving guide
    . . . "Fault -76" appears in the display.
    The coffee capsule was not pushed
    onto the capsule plate correctly and
    could have been damaged.
    ^ Open the front of the machine.
    Press the master switch in the
    machine at the top left to
    disconnect it from the mains.
    ^ Pull the carousel runners out of the
    machine.

    ^ There is an opening to the right of the
    slot for the capsule plate. Check if a
    coffee capsule has become stuck
    there.

    The coffee capsule is not visible on the
    capsule plate because a capsule has
    become stuck in the brew unit.
    ^ Open the front of the machine.
    Press the master switch in the
    machine at the top left to
    disconnect it from the mains.
    ^ Remove the carousel runners and the
    capsule plate from the machine.

    ^ Try to remove the coffee capsule
    from the upper area of the brew unit.
    Only use a wooden spoon handle or
    similar to do this.

    ^ Push the coffee capsule with your
    finger back into the waste container.

    ^ Fit the capsule plate, carousel
    runners and the capsule carousel
    back into the machine.

    ^ Switch the machine on again with the
    master switch.

    ^ Switch the machine on again with the
    master switch.

    ^ Close the machine front and follow the
    instructions given in the right hand
    display.

    ^ Close the machine front and follow the
    instructions given in the display.

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    If the fault indicator appears in the
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    Problem solving guide
    . . . "Fault -73" or "Fault -74" or
    "Fault - 77" appears in the display.
    ^ Follow the instructions given in the
    display.
    ^ Switch the machine off and then back
    on again.
    If the fault message appears in the
    display again, contact the Miele Service
    Dept.

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    After Sales / Guarantee
    In the event of a fault which you cannot
    correct yourself, or if the appliance is
    under guarantee, please contact:
    – your Miele Dealer
    or
    – Miele (see back cover for contact
    details).
    Please note that telephone calls may
    be monitored and recorded for
    training purposes (UK only).

    When contacting your Dealer or Miele,
    please quote the model and serial
    number of your machine. These are
    shown on the data plate inside the
    machine.
    N.B. A call-out charge will be applied
    for service visits where the problem
    could have been resolved as described
    in these instructions.

    Guarantee
    For information on the appliance
    guarantee specific to your country
    please contact Miele. See back cover
    for address.
    In the U.K. your coffee machine is
    guaranteed for 2 years from the date of
    purchase. However, you must activate
    your cover by calling 0845 365 6640 or
    registering online at www.miele.co.uk.

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    Electrical connection U.K., ZA, IRL
    All electrical work should be carried out
    by a suitably qualified and competent
    person only, in strict accordance with
    current national and local safety
    regulations (BS 7671 in the UK).
    Installation, repairs and other work by
    unqualified persons could be
    dangerous. The manufacturer cannot
    be held liable for unauthorised work.
    Ensure power is not supplied to the
    machine until after installation work has
    been carried out.
    The voltage and connected load are
    given on the data plate. Please ensure
    these match the household mains
    supply. The fuse rating is quoted on the
    plug.
    The machine is supplied with a mains
    cable with moulded plug for connection
    to a 230 - 240 V mains supply.
    Connection should be made via a fused
    plug and suitable switched socket
    which is easily accessible after
    installation.
    Do not connect via an extension lead.
    For extra safety it is advisable to protect
    the appliance with a suitable residual
    current device (RCD). Contact a
    qualified electrician for advice.

    Non-rewireable plugs BS 1363
    The fuse cover must be refitted when
    changing the fuse, and if the fuse cover
    is lost, the plug must not be used until a
    suitable replacement is obtained. The
    colour of the correct replacement cover
    is that of the coloured insert in the base
    of the plug, or the colour that is
    embossed in words on the base of the
    plug (as applicable to the design of
    plug fitted).
    Replacement fuses should be ASTA
    approved to BS 1362 and have the
    correct rating. Replacement fuses and
    fuse covers may be purchased from
    your local electrical supplier.
    Do not connect the machine to an
    inverter such as those used with an
    autonomous energy source e.g. Solar
    power.
    When switched on peak loads in the
    system can cause the safety switch off
    mechanism to be triggered. This can
    damage the electronic unit.
    The machine must not be used with
    so-called Energy saving devices
    either. These reduce the amount of
    energy supplied to the machine
    causing it to overheat.

    If the socket is not accessible after
    installation (depending on country) an
    additional means of disconnection must
    be provided for all poles.
    WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE
    MUST BE EARTHED

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    Installation
    Building-in and combination options
    This machine is designed for installation in a tall unit

    or in a wall unit.

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    Installation
    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 the appliances
    (except when it is combined with a
    Miele system drawer).
    The machine can also be installed in a
    mobile unit which is available to
    purchase.

    Installation
    Before installation make sure that
    there is no power supply to the
    machine. This also applies should it
    ever need to be taken out of its
    housing unit.
    The machine may only be used
    when it has been built in. It can only
    be used in areas with an ambient
    temperature of +15 °C to +60 °C.
    You will need two Allen keys (size 3
    and 5) for installing the machine.

    ^ Push the machine all the way into the
    niche until there is a resistance. Then
    check the height to make sure it is
    sitting centrally in the unit and that it
    is level.
    If this is not the case, realign the 4
    feet underneath the machine using
    the large allen key.
    The feet can be unscrewed by up to
    approx. 10 mm.
    ^ If the furniture unit walls are 19 mm
    thick you will need to drill four holes
    in the sides for securing the machine.
    To mark the position of these holes:
    – Align the machine in the niche.
    Screw the side socket screws inside
    the machine in a little so that they
    make indents in the side walls, and
    then unscrew them again.
    – Take the machine out of the niche
    and drill ø 4.5 mm holes, 2 mm deep
    where you made the indentations.

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    Installation
    ^ Connect the machine to the
    electricity supply.
    ^ Push it all the way into the niche until
    you feel resistance.
    ^ Open the front of the machine, and
    partially tighten the side socket
    screws.

    ^ Carefully turn the lower socket
    screws a to centre the machine in
    the niche.
    ^ Tighten both upper socket screws b
    by hand to secure the machine in the
    unit. Do not overtighten them.

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