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Built-in coffee machine
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essential
to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time.
en-GB M.-Nr. 11 201 550
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    Operating and installation instructionsBuilt-in coffee machineTo avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essentialto read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time.en-GBM.-Nr. 11 201 550
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    Caring for the environmentDisposal of the packingmaterialDisposing of your oldapplianceThe packaging is designed to protectthe appliance from damage duringtransportation. The packaging materialsused are selected from materials whichare environmentally friendly for disposaland should be recycled.Electrical and electronic appliancesoften contain valuable materials. Theyalso contain specific materials,compounds and components, whichwere essential for their correct functionand safety. These could be hazardousto human health and to the environmentif disposed of with your domestic wasteor if handled incorrectly. Please do not,therefore, dispose of your old appliancewith your household waste.Recycling the packaging reduces theuse of raw materials in themanufacturing process and alsoreduces the amount of waste in landfillsites.Please dispose of it at your localcommunity waste collection / recyclingcentre for electrical and electronicappliances, or contact your dealer orMiele for advice. You are alsoresponsible (by law, depending oncountry) for deleting any personal datathat may be stored on the appliancebeing disposed of. Please ensure thatyour old appliance poses no risk tochildren while being stored prior todisposal.2
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    ContentsCaring for the environment .................................................................................. 2Warning and Safety instructions.......................................................................... 6Guide to the machine ......................................................................................... 15Controls and indicators ...................................................................................... 17Operation.............................................................................................................. 19Symbols in the display .......................................................................................... 21Miele@home......................................................................................................... 22Before using for the first time ............................................................................ 23Before using for the first time ................................................................................ 23Switching on for the first time ............................................................................... 23Filling the coffee bean container ....................................................................... 25Filling the water container .................................................................................. 26Switching on and off ........................................................................................... 27Spout adjustment ................................................................................................ 28Making drinks ......................................................................................................Making coffee with and without milk.....................................................................Preparing milk........................................................................................................Making a coffee.....................................................................................................Cancelling a drink..................................................................................................DoubleShot............................................................................................................Making 2 portions ( sensor)...............................................................................Coffee pot..............................................................................................................Tea .........................................................................................................................TeaTimer...........................................................................................................Making tea........................................................................................................Teapot...............................................................................................................Dispensing warm or hot water ..............................................................................29293031313232333334353536Expert mode......................................................................................................... 37Grinder setting..................................................................................................... 38Parameters...........................................................................................................Displaying and changing parameters ....................................................................Portion size............................................................................................................Ground quantity.....................................................................................................393939403
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    ContentsBrewing temperature ............................................................................................. 40Pre-brewing the coffee .......................................................................................... 40Profiles..................................................................................................................Creating a profile ...................................................................................................Changing drinks within a profile ............................................................................Making drinks stored in a profile ...........................................................................Editing profiles.......................................................................................................Setting when the profile should change...........................................................Changing the name ..........................................................................................Deleting a profile ..............................................................................................4141414141414242MobileStart........................................................................................................... 43Settings ................................................................................................................Displaying and changing Settings.........................................................................Language...............................................................................................................Time.......................................................................................................................Date .......................................................................................................................Timer .....................................................................................................................Switch on at .....................................................................................................Switch off at .....................................................................................................Switch off after .................................................................................................TeaTimer................................................................................................................Volume...................................................................................................................Display brightness.................................................................................................Lighting..................................................................................................................Info (display information) .......................................................................................Altitude ..................................................................................................................Performance mode................................................................................................Eco mode .........................................................................................................Barista mode ....................................................................................................Latte mode .......................................................................................................Party mode .......................................................................................................Water hardness .....................................................................................................System lock ......................................................................................................Miele@home ..........................................................................................................Remote control......................................................................................................RemoteUpdate ......................................................................................................Software version....................................................................................................Showroom programme (Demo mode) ...................................................................Factory defaults.....................................................................................................444444444444444454545454545454546464646464647484848494949
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    ContentsCleaning and care ...............................................................................................Overview of cleaning intervals...............................................................................Cleaning by hand or in the dishwasher .................................................................Unsuitable cleaning agents ...................................................................................Cleaning the drip tray and waste container...........................................................Cleaning the drip tray cover ..................................................................................Cleaning the water container ................................................................................Cleaning the central spout ....................................................................................Cleaning the cup rim sensor .................................................................................Cleaning the milk flask with lid ..............................................................................Cleaning the milk valve..........................................................................................Cleaning the bean containers................................................................................Cleaning the interior, inside of the machine door and drip tray ............................Cleaning the front of the machine .........................................................................Maintenance programmes.....................................................................................Rinse the appliance...............................................................................................Rinse the milk pipework ........................................................................................Degreasing the brew unit and cleaning inside ......................................................Descaling the machine ..........................................................................................50505152545656565859606061626262626366Problem solving guide ........................................................................................Messages in the display........................................................................................Unusual performance of the coffee machine ........................................................Unsatisfactory results............................................................................................Cleaning the milk valve..........................................................................................6868717375After sales service and warranty ....................................................................... 78Accessories ......................................................................................................... 79Installation............................................................................................................Electrical connection .............................................................................................Building-in dimensions .........................................................................................Building in the coffee machine ..............................................................................Door opening limiters ............................................................................................8080818384Conformity declaration ....................................................................................... 855
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    Warning and Safety instructionsThis coffee machine complies with all the stipulated safetyrequirements. Inappropriate use can, however, lead to personalinjury and material damage.Read the operating instructions carefully before using the coffeemachine. They contain important information on safety,installation, use and maintenance. This prevents both personalinjury and damage to the coffee machine.In accordance with standard IEC 60335-1, Miele expressly andstrongly advises you to read and follow the instructions in thechapter on installing the coffee machine as well as the safetyinstructions and warnings.Miele cannot be held liable for injury or damage caused by noncompliance with these instructions.Keep these operating instructions in a safe place and pass themon to any future owner.6
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    Warning and Safety instructionsCorrect application This coffee machine is intended for home use. This coffee machine is not intended for outdoor use. This coffee machine must not be used at altitudes above 2000 m. It must only be used as a domestic appliance to make espresso,cappuccino, latte macchiato, tea etc. Any other use is not permitted. This coffee machine can only be used by people with reducedphysical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience andknowledge, if they are supervised whilst using it, or have beenshown how to use it in a safe way and recognise and understand theconsequences of incorrect operation.7
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    Warning and Safety instructionsSafety with children� Danger of burning and scalding on the dispensing spouts.Children's skin is far more sensitive to high temperatures than thatof adults.Ensure children do not touch hot surfaces of the coffee machine orplace parts of their body under the dispensing spouts. Install the coffee machine where it is out of the reach of children. Children under 8 years of age must be kept away from the coffeemachine unless they are constantly supervised. Children aged 8 and older may only use the coffee machinewithout supervision if they have been shown how to use it in a safemanner.Children aged 8 and older must be aware of the potential dangerscaused by incorrect operation. Please supervise children in the vicinity of the coffee machine anddo not allow them to play with it. Young children must not be allowed to clean the coffee machineat all. Cleaning may only be carried out by children 8 years of age orolder under the supervision of an adult. Remember that coffee and espresso are not suitable drinks forchildren. Danger of suffocation! Whilst playing, children may becomeentangled in packaging material (such as plastic wrapping) or pull itover their head with the risk of suffocation. Keep packaging materialaway from children.8
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    Warning and Safety instructionsTechnical safety Installation work or repairs should only be carried out by a Mieleauthorised technician. Unauthorised or incorrect installation work orrepairs can pose considerable danger to users. A damaged coffee machine could be dangerous. Before buildingin the machine, check it for any externally visible damage. Do notuse a damaged machine. To avoid the risk of damage to the machine, make sure theconnection data (voltage and frequency) on the data platecorresponds to the household supply, before connecting themachine to the mains supply. Consult a qualified electrician if in anydoubt. The electrical safety of this coffee machine can only beguaranteed when correctly earthed. It is essential that this standardsafety requirement is met. If in any doubt please have the electricalinstallation tested by a qualified electrician. Reliable and safe operation of the coffee machine can only beguaranteed if it is connected to the mains electrical supply. Do not connect the machine to the mains electricity supply by amulti-socket adapter or an extension lead. These are a fire hazardand do not guarantee the required safety of the appliance. The coffee machine must not be used in a non-stationary location(e.g. on a ship). For safety reasons, this machine may only be used when it hasbeen built in. If the coffee machine is to be built in above another appliance,there must be a full-width, closed shelf between them (except whenit is combined with a suitable built-in plate/food warming drawer). Only use the coffee machine in rooms where the ambienttemperature is between +16 C and +38 C.9
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    Warning and Safety instructions A minimum installation height of 850 mm must be observed. This coffee machine must not be installed behind a closed cabinetdoor because heat and moisture can build up behind it. This canresult in damage to the machine and/or furniture unit. The coffee machine must be disconnected from the electricitysupply during repair work. While the machine is under warranty, repairs should only beundertaken by a Miele authorised service technician. Otherwise thewarranty is invalidated. Miele can only guarantee the safety of the machine when originalMiele spare parts are used. Faulty components must only bereplaced by genuine Miele original spare parts. Never open the outer casing of the machine. Tampering withelectrical connections or components and mechanical parts is highlydangerous to the user and can cause operational faults or electricshock. Only use original Miele accessories. If other parts are used,warranty, performance and/or product liability claims will beinvalidated.10
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    Warning and Safety instructionsCorrect use� Danger of burning and scalding on the dispensing spouts.The liquids and steam dispensed are very hot.Keep well away from the area underneath the spouts when hotliquids and steam are being dispensed.Do not touch hot components.Hot liquid or steam could spatter from the nozzles. Ensure that thecentral spout is clean and fitted correctly.Before opening the door, remove any containers from the drip trayin the machine door.Water in the drip tray can also be very hot. Take care whenemptying it.� Danger of injury to the eyes.Never look directly at the lighting or use optical instruments to lookat it. Please note the following regarding water: The water quality must conform to the requirements for drinkingwater in the country in which the coffee machine is being used. Only use cold, fresh tap water to fill the water container. Hot orwarm water or other liquids can damage the coffee machine. Change the water every day to prevent a build-up of bacteria. Do not use carbonated water. Only put roasted coffee beans in the bean containers. Do notplace coffee beans which have been treated with additives or groundcoffee inside the bean containers. Do not fill the bean containers with any type of liquid.11
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    Warning and Safety instructions Do not use green (unroasted) coffee beans or mixtures of coffeebeans which contain green coffee beans. Green coffee beans arevery hard and still contain residual moisture. These can damage thecoffee machine grinder as soon as grinding begins. Do not use coffee beans which have been treated with caramel,sugar or other substances including sugary liquids. Sugar willdamage the coffee machine. Only use milk without additives. Additives in milk usually containsugar and this will stick to the milk pipework. If using dairy milk make sure that it has been pasteurised. When making tea, please follow the instructions on the packaging. Do not place flaming alcohol mixtures underneath the centralspout. The flames could ignite plastic components and cause themto melt. Do not swing from or hang anything on the machine front when itis open as this could damage the hinges on the coffee machine. The machine must not be used for cleaning objects.12
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    Warning and Safety instructionsCleaning and care Clean the coffee machine and the milk flask daily, particularlybefore using them for the first time. All parts of the milk system need to be cleaned thoroughly andregularly. Milk contains bacteria which proliferate rapidly withinadequate cleaning. Descale the coffee machine regularly depending on the waterhardness level in your area. Descale the machine more frequently inareas with very hard water. Miele cannot be held liable for damagearising from insufficient descaling, the use of incorrect descalingagent or the use of descaling agent which is not of the appropriateconcentration. Degrease the brew unit regularly with Miele cleaning tablets.Depending on the natural oil content of the coffee used, the brewunit can become blocked quite quickly. Do not use a steam cleaner to clean this machine. Steam couldreach electrical components and cause a short circuit. Used coffee grounds should be disposed of with the organicrubbish or on the compost heap. Do not empty them down the sink,as they could block it.13
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    Warning and Safety instructionsFor machines with stainless steel surfaces: Do not use sticky notes, transparent adhesive tape, masking tapeor other types of adhesive on the stainless steel surfaces. These willdamage the stainless steel surfaces, causing them to lose their dirtrepellent protective coating. The finish on stainless steel surfaces is susceptible to scratching.Even magnets can cause scratching.14
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    Guide to the machineExterior view123645a On/Off button b Control panelc Door handled Height-adjustable central spout with lightinge Drip tray coverf Milk flask15
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    Guide to the machineInterior viewa Bean containerb Milk valvec Height-adjustable central spout with lightingd Grinder settinge Bean containerf Fan outletg Water containerh Drip tray with lidi Brew unitj Waste containerk Maintenance containerl Drip tray16
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    Controls and indicators6a On/Off button h OK sensorFor switching coffee machine on andFor confirming display messages andoffsaving settingsb Drink buttonsFor making drinksc DisplayFor showing information about thecurrent action or statusd sensor For making other drinks, e.g.Ristretto, Cappuccino italiano For making a pot of tea or coffee Menu: Settings e Profiles sensorFor creating and managing profilesf Maintenance sensorMaintenance programmes, e.g.Descaleg Parameters sensorFor displaying or changing drinksettingsi Navigation area with arrowbuttons For scrolling through lists, selectingentries or changing valuesj Back sensorFor returning to the previous menuand cancelling unwanted actionsk 2 portions sensorFor dispensing 2 portions of a drinkat oncel DoubleShot sensorFor making a particularly strong andaromatic coffee by using twice asmuch ground coffee but the sameamount of waterm Optical interface(For Miele Customer ServiceDepartment only)17
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    Controls and indicatorsDrink button symbolsEspressoCoffee�Long coffeeCappuccinoLatte macchiatoCaff latteHot milkMilk frothTea water18
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    OperationSensorsTo operate the coffee machine, touchthe sensors with your finger.An audible signal is generated eachtime a sensor is touched. You canadjust the volume of the signal tonesor switch the tones off (see Settings Volume).Drinks menuWhen the following appears in thedisplay, you are in the drinks menu:Select drink.12:00MieleSelect drinkYou can find more drinks in the Furthermenu ( sensor).Navigation areaTo select a menu option, keep pressingthe arrow buttons and until theoption you want is highlighted.As soon as you reach a confirmablevalue, message or setting, the OKsensor will light up orange.Touch OK to confirm your selection.Selecting a menu andnavigating within a menuTo select a menu, touch the relevantsensor, e.g. the sensor.Miele12:00Settings RistrettoCappuccino ItalianoYou will then be able to start an actionor change settings in the menu. A baron the right-hand side of the displayindicates that further options or text areavailable.The setting which is currently selectedin a list will have a tick beside it.Exiting a menu or cancelling anactionTo exit the current menu, touch the sensor.Alternatively, touch the lit orange sensoragain to return to the drinks menu.Entering a nameTo scroll more quickly through theoptions, swipe your finger right or left inthe area between the arrows.Letters and numbers are entered via thenavigation area. You can choosebetween upper and lower case letters.Tip: It is best to select short names.19
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    OperationNameZ AB C DEF To enter a character, highlight the oneyou want and confirm your choicewith OK. To delete a character, touch the sensor. To save the name, select the tick and confirm with OK.20
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    OperationSymbols in the displayThe following symbols may also appear in the display in addition to the text:SymbolExplanationThis symbol indicates the Settings menu and theLanguage menu option.This symbol indicates that there is additional informationand advice about using the coffee machine. Select OK toconfirm the information.This symbol appears if the system lock is activated.Operation is locked.The symbol and the desired switching-on time appear in thedisplay 23:59 hours before the coffee machine is due toswitch on if the Switch on at timer and setting for displayingthe time are activated (see Settings Timer).The TeaTimer minute minder has been started (see Tea TeaTimer). The remaining brewing time is shown next to thesymbol.This symbol appears while the appliance is being descaled.(This symbol can also be found on the water container: fillup to this mark).This symbol appears during the Clean the milk pipeworkmaintenance programme.(This symbol is also found on the water container: fill up tothis mark with water).If Miele@home has been activated for the coffee machine,these symbols represent the quality/status of the WiFiconnection, indicating the strength in increments fromstrong to not connected.21
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    Miele@homeYour coffee machine is equipped withan integrated WiFi module.In order to use it, you will need: A WiFi network The Miele@mobile app A Miele user account The useraccount can be created via theMiele@mobile app.Availability of the WiFiconnectionThe WiFi connection shares a frequencyrange with other appliances (includingmicrowave ovens and remote controltoys). This can give rise to sporadic oreven complete connection failures.Therefore, the availability of featuredfunctions cannot be guaranteed.The Miele@mobile app will guide youthrough the process of connecting yourcoffee machine to your home WiFinetwork.Miele@home availabilityOnce your coffee machine is connectedto your WiFi network, you can use theapp to carry out activities such as thefollowing:The Miele@home service is notavailable in every country. Calling up information on theoperating status of your coffeemachine Changing settings on your coffeemachine Controlling your coffee machineremotelyConnecting your coffee machine to yourWiFi network will increase energyconsumption, even when the machineis switched off.Before installing the coffee machinein its final location, ensure that thesignal from your WiFi network isstrong enough.22The ability to use the Miele@mobile appdepends on the availability of theMiele@home service in your country.For information about availability,please visit www.miele.com.Miele@mobile AppThe Miele@mobile App is available todownload free of charge from the AppleApp Store or from the Google PlayStore.
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    Before using for the first timeBefore using for the first timeSetting up the network (Miele@home) Connect the coffee machine to theelectricity supply.You can connect your coffee machineto your home WiFi network. Install the coffee machine by buildingit in.When you start it up for the first time, itshows the following in the display: Set Remove any notices from themachine. Remove the protective foil from thedrip tray cover.Clean the machine thoroughly (seeCleaning and care) before filling itwith water and coffee beans. Clean the coffee machine (seeCleaning and care). Remove the water container and fill itwith fresh, cold tap water. Only fill thewater container up to the max.mark and then refit it in the machine(see Filling the water container). Remove the bean containers and fillthem with roasted coffee beans.up Miele@homeTip: You can also choose to set upMiele@home for your coffee machine ata later point. In this case, select Skip. Make sure that your WiFi networksignal is sufficiently strong in theplace where you want to set up yourcoffee machine. Touch Continue. Select the connection method youwish to use. Follow the instructions provided inthe coffee machine display and in theMiele@mobile app.Connection successfully established.willappear in the display.Switching on for the first time Touch Continue to proceed with initialset-up. Touch the On/Off button .Setting the dateSelecting the display language andcountryThe choice of country determines howthe time is displayed, e.g. in the 12 or24-hour format, as well as how unitsare displayed and so on. Select the desired display language. Then select the country. Set the current date and touch OK.Setting the time Set the current time of day andtouch OK.If the coffee machine has beenconnected to a WiFi network andsigned into the Miele@mobile app, thetime will be synchronised based onthe country setting in theMiele@mobile app.23
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    Before using for the first timeSetting the water hardness levelContact your local water supplier tofind out your local water hardnessrange if necessary.More information can be found underSettings Water hardness. Enter your local water hardness (indH) and confirm with OK.Selecting the Performance modeYou can select the appropriate mode tosuit your personal preferences (seeSettings Performance mode). Eco mode: This is an energy-savingmode. Barista mode: This mode has beenoptimised for unadulterated coffeeenjoyment. Latte mode: In this mode, milkbased drinks can be prepared withina much shorter space of time. Select the desired mode and confirmwith OK.Your machine has been successfully setup and is ready for use.To ensure that any coffee residuesfrom the factory testing process areremoved from the brewing system,please throw away the first 2 cups ofcoffee when using the coffeemachine for the first time.24
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    Filling the coffee bean containerCoffee or espresso can be made fromwhole roasted coffee beans which arefreshly ground for each portion. Thisrequires the bean containers to be filledwith coffee beans.� Risk of damage to the grinderdue to incorrect operation.The coffee machine will be damagedif the bean container is filled withunsuitable substances such asliquids, ground coffee or coffeebeans treated with sugar, caramel orsimilar.In addition, green (unroasted) coffeebeans or mixtures of coffee beanswhich contain green coffee beanscan damage the grinder. Greencoffee beans are very hard and stillcontain residual moisture. These candamage the coffee machine grinderas soon as grinding begins.Only put roasted coffee beans in thebean containers.The coffee machine has 2 beancontainer drawers on the top left andright. Coffee beans from all 3 beancontainers are mixed together duringgrinding. Open the machine door. Pull out the bean containers. Take the lids off the bean containersand fill them with coffee beans. Put the lids back on the beancontainers to seal them. Slide the bean container drawers allthe way into the coffee machine.Close the machine door.25
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    Filling the water container� Risk to health due tocontaminated water.Bacteria can develop in water whichhas been sitting in the watercontainer for too long and is a risk toyour health.Change the water in the watercontainer every day.� Risk of damage due to incorrectoperation.Unsuitable liquids such as hot orwarm water or other liquids candamage the coffee machine.Carbonated water leaves too muchlimescale in the coffee machine.Only use cold, fresh tap water to fillthe water container. Open the machine door.26 Pull the water container forwards toremove it. Fill the water container with fresh,cold tap water up to the max. mark. Push the water container into themachine and close the machine door.
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    Switching on and offSwitching the coffee machineon Touch the On/Off button .The coffee machine heats up and rinsesthe pipework. Hot water will run out ofthe central spout. Clean all parts thoroughly, includingthe brew unit and interior of themachine. Switch the coffee machine off.You can now make drinks.If the coffee machine is already atoperating temperature, rinsing will nottake place.While dispensing a drink or duringmaintenance processes, moisturebuilds up in the coffee machine. Thefan inside the machine expelsmoisture from the interior. Once adrink has been dispensed or themachine has been switched off, thefan will continue to run for upto 30 minutes or so. You will hear anaccompanying noise.Switching the coffee machineoff Touch the On/Off button .If coffee has been dispensed, the coffeemachine will rinse the coffee pipeworkautomatically before switching off.Switching off for longerperiods of timeIf the coffee machine is not going to beused for a while, e.g. if you are going onholiday, remember to do the following: Empty the drip tray, the wastecontainer and the water container.27
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    Spout adjustmentThe central spout cannot be manuallyadjusted.Before making the drink, the centralspout moves down and the cup sensorstops it at the optimum height for thecups or glasses being used.When the coffee machine is switchedoff, the central spout will be in themiddle position.When a maintenance programme isbeing carried out, the central spout willmove to the height of the maintenancecontainer or into a low maintenanceposition.Make sure that the central spout is inthe top or middle position before youopen the door.28
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    Making drinks� Danger of burning and scaldingon the dispensing spouts.The liquids and steam dispensed arevery hot and can cause scalding.Keep well away from the areaunderneath the spouts when hotliquids and steam are beingdispensed.Do not touch hot components.Making coffee with andwithout milkThe following drinks can be made: Ristretto is a strong, concentratedespresso. It is prepared with thesame amount of coffee as for anespresso but with a lot less water. Espresso is a strong aromatic coffeewith a thick hazelnut brown colouredfroth known as the crema on top.We recommend using espressoroasted coffee beans to make anespresso. Coffee differs from espresso by theincreased amount of water and theroast of the beans.We recommend using coffee beansof the correct roast to make thecoffee. Cappuccino consists of approx.2 thirds milk froth and 1 thirdespresso. Latte macchiato consists of 1 thirdeach of hot milk, milk froth andespresso. Caff latte consists of espresso andhot milk. Cappuccino italiano has the sameproportions of milk froth andespresso as a cappuccino. Thedifference is that the espresso isadded first and then the milk froth. Espresso macchiato is an espressowith a small amount of milk froth ontop. Flat white is a special variety ofcappuccino that containssignificantly more espresso than milkfroth for an intensive coffee aroma. Caf au lait. This is an espresso withslightly hotter milk.Hot milk or milk froth can also bemade. Long coffee is a coffee withconsiderably more water. Long black. This is made with hotwater and two shots of espresso. Caff Americano consists ofespresso and hot water. Theespresso is made first, then the hotwater is dispensed into the cup.29
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    Making drinksPreparing milkMilk or milk alternatives (e.g. soyamilk) containing added sugar canclog up the milk pipe and the rest ofthe milk pipework. Residues fromunsuitable liquids can interfere withmilk preparation.The milk used must not contain anyadditives.Only use pasteurised cow's milk.Tip: Using cold cow's milk (< 10 C)with a protein content of at least 3 %will produce the perfect milk froth.You can select milk with a fat contentaccording to preference. With wholemilk (at least 3.5 % fat), the milk frothwill be slightly creamier than with lowfat milk.The milk flaskMilk is not cooled in the milk flask.For high-quality milk froth, alwaysuse cold milk (< 10 C).a Lidb Sensorc Milk suction tubed Glass flaskFilling and inserting the milk flask Fill the milk flask with milk up to amaximum of 2 cm below the rim. Sealthe milk flask with the lid.30
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    Making drinksMaking a coffee Place a cup under the central spout. Push the milk flask back into thecoffee machine until it clicks intoplace. Touch the sensor for the drink youwant.Tip: It is easier to remove the milk flaskwith both hands.The drink will be dispensed from thecentral spout into the cup.Cancelling a drink Touch the lit orange symbol on thecontrol panel again.When preparing drinks with severalingredients (e.g. latte macchiato) youcan cancel each of the individualcomponents prematurely. Touch OK when Stop appears in thedisplay.31
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    Making drinksDoubleShotThe sensor lights up.Select the DoubleShot function ifyou would like a particularly strong andaromatic coffee. In this case, morecoffee beans will be ground and brewedhalfway through the brewing process.The shorter extraction time means thatfewer unwanted aromas and bittercompounds will be released.Dispensing starts and the symbollights up orange. 2 portions of thedesired drink will be dispensed.DoubleShot can be activated for alldrinks apart from Ristretto and Longblack.Making a DoubleShot of coffee Press the sensor immediatelybefore or after you start making adrink.Dispensing starts and the sensorlights up orange. 2 portions of coffeebeans will be ground and brewed.Making 2 portions ( sensor)You can dispense 2 portions of a drinkinto 1 large cup or into 2 cups at thesame time. Place a cup under each of the coffeedispensers in the central spout. Press the sensor immediatelybefore or after you start making adrink.32
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    Making drinksCoffee potYou can make several cups of coffeeone after the other automatically withthe Coffee pot function (maximumof 1 litre).The drinks menu is displayed.Tip: Make sure that the bean and watercontainers have enough beans andwater inside them before starting theCoffee pot function. Place a sufficiently large containerunder the central spout. Touch the sensor. Select Coffee pot and confirmwith OK. Select the number of cups you want(3 to 8).Each portion of coffee will be brewedand dispensed individually. You canfollow the process in the display.Cancelling a drink Touch the sensor.TeaThe coffee machine is not intended forcommercial or scientific purposes.Temperatures given are approximateand can vary according to ambientconditions.To make tea, you can select from thefollowing options: Japanese tea is a high-quality greentea which boasts a fine, fresh,green taste.Dispensed temperature:approx. 65 C, brewing time:approx. 1.5 minutes White tea is a green tea where onlythe young buds of the tea plant areused and processed very gently.White tea has a particularly mildtaste.Dispensed temperature:approx. 70 C, brewing time:approx. 2 minutes Green tea gets its green colour fromthe leaves of the tea plant. The tealeaves are either roasted or steameddepending on the region. Green teacan be infused multiple times.Dispensed temperature:approx. 80 C, brewing time:approx. 2.5 minutes Black tea gets its dark colour andcharacteristic taste from thefermentation of tea leaves. Black teacan be enjoyed with a little lemon ormilk.Dispensed temperature:approx. 97 C, brewing time:approx. 3 minutes33
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    Making drinks Chai latte has its origins in traditionalAyurveda medicine as a black teawith typically Indian spices and milk.The milk mellows the spices and topsoff the flavour experience.Dispensed temperature:approx. 97 C, brewing time:approx. 3 minutes Herbal tea is an aromatic infusiondrink made up of dried leaves orfresh parts of plants.Dispensed temperature:approx. 97 C, brewing time:approx. 8 minutes Fruit tea is made from dried piecesof fruit and/or parts of plants, e.g.rose hip. The taste of the drink variesaccording to which plants are usedand how they are blended. Lots offruit teas are also flavoured.Dispensed temperature:approx. 97 C, brewing time:approx. 8 minutesThe type of tea determines the presettemperature.The respective dispensing temperaturesare the ones that Miele recommends formaking the types of tea concerned.You can adjust the dispensingtemperatures used for the individualteas by customising the brewingtemperature (see Parameters Brewing temperature). A temperatureincrement of approximately 2 Cmakes a noticeable difference.Whether you use loose tea leaves,blended tea or tea bags depends onyour own personal preference.34Follow the instructions for makingtea on the tea packaging.The amount of tea required varies fromone type of tea to another. Alwaysfollow the recommendations of themanufacturer on the packaging or ofthe retailer. You can adjust the amountof water according to the type of teaand the size of the cup (see Portionsize).TeaTimerYou can use the TeaTimer function tostart a minute minder when making tea.There is a preset brewing time for thetype of tea selected. You can adjust thepreset brewing time (up to a maximumof 14:59 minutes).While the brewing time is countingdown, you can continue to use thecoffee machine as normal. After thebrewing time has elapsed, a buzzer willsound and the symbol will flash.Setting the TeaTimerYou can choose between the followingoptions: Automatic: The TeaTimer startsautomatically once the water hasbeen dispensed. Manual: Once the water has beendispensed, you have the option ofstarting the TeaTimer.The drinks menu is displayed. Touch the sensor. Select Settings | TeaTimer. Select the setting you want andconfirm with OK.
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    Making drinksMaking teaTeapotTouch the sensor to access themenu containing the various types oftea.The Tea pot function allows you to makea large quantity of tea (maximumof 1 litre). The type of tea selecteddetermines the preset temperature.The drinks menu is displayed. Pour loose tea into a tea filter orsimilar, or take a tea bag from thepacket. Place the tea filter or the tea bag inthe tea cup. Place the tea cup under the centralspout.The drinks menu is displayed.Tip: Make sure that the water containerhas enough water inside it beforestarting the Tea pot function. Place a sufficiently large containerunder the central spout. Touch the drinks sensor. Touch . Select Tea pot. Select the type of tea you want andconfirm your choice with OK. Select the type of tea and number ofcups you want (3 to 8).Hot water will be dispensed into thecup.Cancelling a drink Touch the sensor.If the TeaTimer | Automatic setting hasbeen selected, the minute minder forthe brewing time will start running oncethe water has been dispensed.Starting the TeaTimer manuallyappears in the display as soonas the water has been dispensed.TeaTimer Touch OK.The editor will open with a suggestedtime. Change the brewing time if requiredand confirm with OK.After the brewing time has elapsed, abuzzer will sound and the symbol willflash. Remove the tea filter or tea bag whenthe desired brewing time haselapsed.35
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    Making drinksDispensing warm or hot waterYou can choose between the followingoptions: Hot water at approx. 90 C Warm water at approx. 65 CThe drinks menu is displayed. Place a suitable container underneaththe central spout. Touch the sensor. Choose between warm or hot water. Confirm with OK.Dispensing will start.36
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    Expert modeThe Expert mode function allows you tochange the portion size while the drinkis being made. The setting will not besaved and will only apply for the currentdrink.Switching Expert mode on andoffThe drinks menu is displayed.Dispensing Move the indicator (small triangle)across the navigation area accordingto the portion size you want. Touch the sensor. Select Settings | Expert mode. Select the option you want. Confirm with OK.The setting is now saved.Expert mode: changing theportion sizeThe drinks menu is displayed.The portion size can only be changedwhen the respective ingredient isbeing processed while the drink isbeing made.If you select DoubleShot or twoportions , you will be able to changethe portion size temporarily. Select a drink.Dispensing will start. You can adjust theportion size while it is being dispensed,e.g. individually change the amount ofhot milk, milk froth and espresso for alatte macchiato.37
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    Grinder settingWhen the beans are ground correctly,the coffee or espresso will flow evenlyinto the cup with a good crema.The crema should have an evenhazelnut brown colour.The grinder setting you select will beused for all coffee drinks.There are various ways to tell whetherthe coffee grinder is set correctly.The coffee has been too coarselyground if: Espresso or coffee flows into the cuptoo quickly, the crema is very pale and uneven,Set a finer grinder setting.The coffee has been too finely groundif: espresso or coffee flows into the cupvery slowly, the crema is dark brown,Set a coarser grinder setting.Only adjust the grinder one setting ata time.Start making a new drink, to grindbeans again. Adjust the grindersetting one setting at a time again.Adjusting the fineness of grindThe slide control for adjusting thefineness is located on the top leftbehind the water container. Open the machine door. Remove the water container.38 Push the slide control a maximum ofone setting forwards (for finergrinding) or one setting backwards(for coarser grinding). Replace the water container. Close the machine door. Make one cup of coffee.Adjust the grinder setting again, ifrequired.
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    ParametersDisplaying and changingparametersYou can change the portion size for alldrinks.In addition, you can set the Amount ofcoffee, Brew temperature and Prebrewing parameters for each coffeedrink individually. Touch the sensor. Select a drink and confirm with OK.The parameters that can be changedfor this drink are displayed.Once you have selected a drink, thecurrent settings for the followingappear: Amount of coffee, Brewtemperature and Pre-brewing.The Portion size menu option isdisplayed in the first line. If youselect Portion size and confirmwith OK, the drink will be dispensedimmediately. Select the parameter you want. Change the setting as required andconfirm with OK.For coffee drinks that use milk, you cannot only set the amount of espresso orcoffee but also the amount of milk ormilk froth to be dispensed with thesedrinks.A maximum portion size can beprogrammed for each type of drink.Dispensing stops once this has beenreached. The maximum possibleportion size is then saved by themachine for this type of drink.If the water container becomes emptywhilst making a drink, the coffeemachine will stop programming theportion size. The portion size will notbe saved.The changed portion size is alwayssaved in the current profile. The nameof the current profile is shown in the topleft of the display.Changing the portion size Place a cup under the central spout. Select Portion size and confirmwith OK.The setting is now saved.The desired drink will be made and Savewill appear in the display.Portion size When the cup is filled up to the levelyou want, touch OK.The flavour of the coffee produceddepends not only on the type of coffee,but also on the amount of water used.You can programme the amount ofwater for all drinks (apart from theCoffee pot function) to suit the size ofyour cups and/or the type of coffee youare using.If you want to change the portion sizefor coffee made with milk, theingredients which make up the drink willbe saved one after the other while thedrink is being made. When the quantity for each ingredientreaches the level you want, touch OK.39
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    ParametersThe programmed mix of ingredients andportion size will now be dispensedevery time that particular drink isselected.Tip: For the drinks pictured on thecontrol panel, you can change theportion size by pressing and holding thesensor down while the drink is beingdispensed. To do this, keep the drinkssensor pressed until the machine startsdispensing. During dispensing, Saveappears in the display.Ground quantityThe coffee machine can grind and brew7.512.5 g of coffee beans per cup. Thegreater the quantity, the stronger thecoffee.There are various ways to tell whetherthe amount of coffee is set correctly:The amount of coffee is too low if espresso or coffee flows into the cuptoo quickly, the crema is very pale and uneven, the espresso or coffee lacks body.Increase the amount of coffee so thatmore ground coffee is brewed.The amount of coffee is too high, if espresso or coffee flows into the cupvery slowly, the crema is dark brown, the espresso or coffee tastes bitter.Decrease the amount of coffee so thatless ground coffee is brewed.40Brewing temperatureThe ideal brewing temperature willdepend on the type of coffee being used, whether an espresso or a coffee isbeing made, and the air pressure in the region.Tip: Not all types of coffee tolerate hightemperatures. Several types aresensitive to high temperatures, resultingin an impaired crema and taste.You can also adjust the brewingtemperature for making tea anddispensing warm and hot water.Pre-brewing the coffeeWhen the pre-brewing function isswitched on, the freshly ground coffeeis first moistened with a little hot water.Then the remaining water is forcedthrough the moistened coffee at highpressure. This helps release the flavourof the coffee.You can set pre-brewing for a short orlong length of time, or deselect Prebrewing altogether.The machine is supplied with the Prebrewing function switched off.
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    ProfilesIn addition to the Miele drinks menu(Miele profile), you can create individualprofiles to cater for different tastes andpreferences.Within the profile, you can adjust theportion sizes and parametersindividually for all drinks.The name of the current profile isshown in the top left of the display.The name of the selected profile isshown in the top left of the display.You can now change the drinksindividually (see Parameters).Making drinks stored in aprofile Touch the sensor. Select the profile you want.Creating a profile Select the drink you want. Touch the sensor.The machine starts dispensing thedrink.The Profiles menu opens. Select Create profile and confirmwith OK.The editor will open in the display. Enter the profile name: To enter a character, highlight the oneyou want and confirm your choicewith OK. To delete a character, touch the sensor. To save the name, select the tick and confirm with OK.The profile has been created.Changing drinks within aprofileWhen you change the parameterswithin a profile (e.g. the portion size),these settings only apply to the activeprofile. The settings for drinkscontained within other profiles remainunaffected. Select the profile you want.Editing profilesOnce you have created at least oneprofile, you can rename, delete or moveprofiles in the Profiles menu. Select Edit and confirm with OK.You can now edit the selected profile.Setting when the profile shouldchangeYou can choose between the followingoptions: Manual: The selected profile willremain active until you select anotherone. After each use: The machine willrevert to the Miele profile whenever adrink is dispensed. When switched on: The Miele profilewill be displayed whenever the coffeemachine is switched on, regardless ofwhich profile was selected before themachine was last switched off. Select Change profile and confirmwith OK.41
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    Profiles Select the option you want andconfirm with OK.Changing the nameThis option can only be selected if aprofile has been allocated in additionto the Miele standard profile. Select Change name and confirmwith OK. Change the name as required: To delete a character, touch the sensor. To enter a new character, highlightthe one you want and confirm yourchoice with OK. To save the modified name, selectthe tick and confirm with OK.Deleting a profileThis option can only be selected if aprofile has been allocated in additionto the Miele standard profile. Select Delete profile and confirmwith OK. Select the profile you wish to delete. Select Yes and confirm with OK.The profile will be deleted.42
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    MobileStartWith MobileStart you can, for example,start making a drink via theMiele@mobile app.You will only be able to useMobileStart if Miele@home has beenset up for your coffee machine.� Danger of burning and scaldingon the dispensing spouts.If liquids or steam are dispensedwhile the machine is unsupervised,persons may burn themselves if theyplace body parts under the centralspout or touch hot components.Ensure that no one, especiallychildren, can be harmed if themachine is operated withoutsupervision.Milk is not cooled in the milk flask. Ifyou want to start making a drink withmilk using the app, make sure that themilk is sufficiently cold (< 10 C).If the coffee machine is beingoperated manually, it cannot beoperated via the app. Operation on themachine takes precedence.To start making drinks remotely,MobileStart must be activated and thecoffee machine must be ready to use.This means: The water container is sufficientlyfilled. If milk was used before the machinewas last switched off, the milkpipework must have been rinsedbefore switching it off. If milk is being prepared, the milkflask must be attached. Pay attentionto the temperature of the milk. A sufficiently large, empty cup hasbeen placed under the central spout.MobileStart will be deactivated after24 hours.If you are making a drink withMobileStart, you will be notified ofdrink dispensing with acoustic andoptical signals. These signals cannotbe changed or switched off.Switching MobileStart on andoffIf you want to use Mobile Start, theRemote control option must be switchedon.The drinks menu is displayed. Touch the sensor. Select Mobile Start. Select the option you want andconfirm with OK.Once you have switched on Mobile Start,you can now start making a drink viathe app. Follow the prompts for doingthis. The bean container contains enoughbeans. The drip tray and waste container areempty.43
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    SettingsYou can use the Settings menu tocustomise the coffee machine to suityour requirements.Displaying and changingSettings Off: The time is not visible in thedisplay. Night dimming: To save energy, thetime is only displayed between 5 amand 11 pm.The drinks menu is displayed.Clock format Touch the sensor control. 24-hour display (24 h) Select Settings and touch OK. 12-hour display (12 h) Select the menu option that you wantto display or change.Setting Confirm with OK. Change the setting as required andconfirm with OK.Some settings which can be found inthe Settings menu are described intheir separate sections in theoperating instructions.Set the hours and the minutes.If the coffee machine has beenconnected to a WiFi network andsigned into the Miele@mobile app, thetime will be synchronised based onthe country setting in theMiele@mobile app.DateLanguageSet the date.You can select the language (andcountry variant of that language) for alldisplay text.TimerTip: If you select the wrong languageby mistake, you can find theLanguage option again via the symbol.TimeDisplay (Clock display)Select how you want the time of day toshow in the display when the coffeemachine is switched off: On: The time is always visible in thedisplay.44The coffee machine has 2 timersoffering the Switch on at and Switch off attimer functions.You can allocate the individual timerfunctions to different days of the week.Switch on atThe coffee machine switches on at aparticular time, e.g. in the morning forbreakfast.The coffee machine will not switch onat the required time if you haveactivated the system lock.The timer settings are deactivated.
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    SettingsOnce the coffee machine has come onautomatically three times at the settime without any drinks beingdispensed, it will stop switching onautomatically. This prevents the coffeemachine from switching itself onunnecessarily, for example, whilst youare away on holiday.The programmed times will, however,remain in the memory and will bereactivated when the machine is nextswitched back on manually.If you have set the time to be displayedwhile the machine is switched off (Show| On or Night dimming), the symboland the desired switching-on time willappear in the display 23:59 hoursbeforehand.Switch off atThe coffee machine switches off at aparticular time.In the event of a longer absence, theprogrammed times will remain in thememory and will be reactivated whenthe machine is next switched back onmanually.Switch off afterThe coffee machine switches off after aparticular length of time if no sensorshave been pressed.By default, the coffee machineswitches off after 20 minutes.You can change this to another time ofbetween 20 minutes and 9 hours.TeaTimerYou can use the TeaTimer to start aminute minder when making tea (seeMaking drinks TeaTimer).VolumeYou can set the volume of the buzzerand keypad tones (segment bar).The welcome melody that plays whenyou touch the On/Off button can beswitched on or off.Display brightnessYou can set the display brightness(segment bar).LightingYou can change the brightness of thelighting while the coffee machine isswitched on or off.You can also specify how long thelighting should stay on for when themachine is switched off (adjustablebetween 15 minutes and 9 hours).Info (display information)You can display the number of drinksdispensed so far and how many morecan be dispensed until the maintenanceprogrammes have to be run.AltitudeIf the coffee machine is installed at highaltitudes, the lower air pressure willcause the water to boil at a lowertemperature. You can set the localaltitude of the machine to ensure thatthe correct temperatures are achieved.45
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    SettingsPerformance modeYou can select the appropriateperformance mode for how you useyour machine. Eco mode is set bydefault.Eco modeEco mode is an energy-saving mode.The system does not heat up untilsomeone starts making a drink.Barista modeThis performance mode has beenoptimised for unadulterated coffeeenjoyment. Users can enjoy coffeebased drinks without any delay as thecoffee machine remains heated to thebrewing temperature. This modeconsumes more energy than Eco mode.Latte modeThis performance mode has beenoptimised for preparing milk. Milkbased drinks can be prepared within amuch shorter space of time. This modeconsumes more energy than Eco modeand Barista mode.Party modeThis performance mode has beenconfigured for the occasional intensiveuse of the coffee machine, e.g. forfamily get-togethers.Clean the coffee machine thoroughlyafter intensive use, particularly themilk pipework. It may be necessaryto descale the coffee machine anddegrease the brew unit.Please note the following informationabout Party mode:46 The general pipework is rinsed muchless frequently or not at all. The milkpipework is not rinsed untilaround 1 hour after milk was lastdispensed. Cleaning status messages orcleaning prompts are suppressedand delayed until the machine is nextswitched on. The Switch off at and Switch off aftertimers are deactivated. The coffeemachine switches off 6 hours afterthe last sensor was pressed. The cup light remains permanentlyswitched on at the maximumbrightness level for as long as thecoffee machine stays switched on.Water hardnessProgramme the coffee machine to thewater hardness level of your area sothat it functions correctly and does notget damaged.Contact your local water supplier to findout your local water hardness range ifnecessary.If you are using bottled drinking water,e.g. mineral water, select settingsaccording to the calcium content. Thecalcium content is given on the label of2+the bottle in mg/l Ca or ppm2+(mg Ca /l).Do not use carbonated water.The hardness level is set to 21 dH bydefault.
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    SettingsWater hardnessdHmmol/lCalciumcontentmg/l Ca2+SettingdHorppm (mg Ca2+Water hardnessmmol/l/l)Calciumcontentmg/l Ca2+Settingorppm (mg Ca2+/l)10.271305.42143020.4142315.62213130.5213325.82293240.7294335.92363350.9365346.12433461.1436356.32503571.3507366.52573681.457837-456.6-8.025832137-4591.664946-608.2-10.732242946-60101.9711061-70430-50061-70112.0791110.9-12.5122.28612132.39313142.510014152.710715162.911416173.112117183.212918193.413619203.614320213.815021224.015722234.116423244.317124254.517925264.718626274.919327285.020028295.220729Tip: If your water hardness is >21 dH(3.7 mmol/l), we recommend usingbottled drinking water instead2+(< 150 mg/l Ca ). This will mean yourcoffee machine will need to bedescaled less often and there will beless impact on the environmentbecause less descaling agent will beused.System lock You can lock the coffee machine toprevent it being used without yourknowledge, by children, for example.When the system lock is activated, thesettings for the Switch off after timer aredeactivated. The coffee machine willnot switch on at the set time and/orwill not respond to movement whensomeone approaches it.47
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    SettingsTemporarily deactivating the systemlock Press and hold OK for 6 seconds.Miele@mobile app. To start making adrink via the app, MobileStart must beactivated as well.The system lock is reactivated when thecoffee machine is next switched off.The remote control function is switchedon by default.Miele@homeRemoteUpdateThe following options may appearunder Miele@home: Set up: This option only appears ifthe coffee machine has never beenconnected to a WiFi network or if thenetwork configuration has been reset. Deactivate*/Activate*: The settingsfor the WiFi network are retained, butthe network is switched on or off. Connection status*: Informationabout the WiFi connection isdisplayed. The symbols indicate thestrength of the connection. Set up again*: The settings for thecurrent WiFi network will be reset.The WiFi connection will be set upfrom scratch.* This menu option appears ifMiele@home has been set up and thecoffee machine has where applicable been connected to a WiFi network.Remote controlThe remote control option appearswhen the coffee machine is connectedto a WiFi network.When remote control is switched on,you can for example change thecoffee machine settings in the48The RemoteUpdate menu option isonly displayed and can only beselected if the requirements for usingMiele@home have been met.The RemoteUpdate function allows thesoftware on your coffee machine to beupdated. If an update is available foryour coffee machine, it willautomatically download it. Updates willnot be installed automatically. Theymust be initiated manually.If you do not install an update, you cancontinue to use your coffee machine inthe usual way. However, Mielerecommends installing updates.Activating/deactivatingThe RemoteUpdate function isactivated by default. Available updateswill be downloaded automatically butwill only be installed if you initiateinstallation manually.Deactivate RemoteUpdate if you do notwant any updates to be downloadedautomatically.Running a RemoteUpdateInformation about the content andscope of an update will be provided inthe Miele@mobile app.
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    SettingsA message will appear in your coffeemachine display if a software update isavailable.You can install the update immediatelyor postpone this until later. When thecoffee machine is switched on again,you will be reminded about the update.Deactivate RemoteUpdate if you do notwant to install the update.The update may take several minutes.Please note the following informationabout the RemoteUpdate function: You will only receive a message whenan update is available. Once an update has been installed, itcannot be undone.showrooms. In this mode, the machinelights up but no drinks can be preparedand no maintenance programmes canbe run.The coffee machine cannot beswitched off with the On/Off button when Demo mode is activated.Factory defaultsYou can reset the coffee machine to itsfactory default settings.The following will not be reset: The number of drinks dispensedand the machine status (No. ofportions until machine needsdescaling, ... brew unit needsdegreasing) Do not switch the coffee machine offduring the update. Otherwise, theupdate will be aborted and will not beinstalled. Language Some software updates can only becarried out by the Miele CustomerService Department. Miele@home Time and date Profiles and the associated drinksSoftware versionThe Software version menu option isintended for the Miele CustomerService Department. You do not needthis information for domestic use.Showroom programme (Demomode)Do not activate this setting fordomestic use.The Showroom programme | Demo modefunction enables the coffee machine tobe demonstrated in shops or49
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    Cleaning and care� Risk to health due to inadequate cleaningHeat and moisture inside the coffee machine can cause coffee residues tobecome mouldy and/or milk residues to go off and pose a risk to health.Carefully clean the coffee machine regularly.Overview of cleaning intervalsRecommended frequencyWhat do I have to clean/maintain?Daily(at the end of the day)Milk flask and lidMilk valveWater containerDrip tray coverDrip tray and waste containerOnce a week(more often if heavily soiled)Central spoutCup rim sensorInteriorBrew unitDrip trayFront of machineOnce a monthBean containersAs and when required/after promptappears in displayMilk pipework (using the cleaning agent for milk pipework)Degrease the brew unit (using cleaning tablets)Descale the machine50
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    Cleaning and careCleaning by hand or in thedishwasherThe brew unit is not dishwashersafe.Clean the brew unit by hand onlyunder warm running water. Do notuse washing-up liquid or any othercleaning agent.The following components must becleaned by hand only: Central spout stainless steel cover Brew unit Bean containers and lids� Risk of damage as a result ofexcessively high dishwashertemperatures.Components may be ruined (e.g.may become warped) if washed in adishwasher at temperatures higherthan 55 C.For dishwasher-safe components,always select dishwasherprogrammes with a maximumtemperature of 55 C.Contact with natural dyes such asthose found in carrots, tomatoes andketchup may discolour the plasticparts in the dishwasher. Thisdiscolouration does not affect thestability of the parts.The following components aredishwasher safe: Drip tray, lid and waste container Drip tray cover Central spout (without stainless steelcover) Milk flask and lid Cup sensor Drip tray Maintenance container Water container51
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    Cleaning and care� Danger of burning and scaldingon hot components or by hot liquids.Components can become very hotduring operation. Touching hotcomponents can cause burning. Theliquids and steam dispensed are veryhot and can cause scalding.Keep well away from the areaunderneath the spouts when hotliquids and steam are beingdispensed.Always allow the coffee machine tocool down before cleaning it.Please be aware that water in thedrip tray can also be very hot.� Risk of damage due to moistureingress.The steam from a steam cleaningappliance could reach live electricalcomponents and cause a shortcircuit.Do not use a steam cleaner to cleanthe coffee machine.It is important to clean the machineregularly, as the used coffee groundswill soon go mouldy. Milk residues cango off and can block the milk pipework.Unsuitable cleaning agentsContact with unsuitable cleaningagents can alter or discolour theexternal surfaces. All surfaces aresusceptible to scratching. Scratcheson glass can in some circumstanceslead to breakage.Remove all cleaning agent residuesimmediately. To protect the machineand surrounding surfaces fromdamage, make sure you remove anyspillages or splashes of descalingagent immediately.To avoid damaging the surfaces, do notuse: Cleaning agents containing soda,ammonia, acids or chlorides Solvent-based cleaning agents Cleaning agents containing descalingagents (unsuitable for cleaning thefront of the machine) Stainless steel cleaning agents Dishwasher cleaners (unsuitable forcleaning the front of the machine) Glass cleaning agents Cleaning agents for ceramic hobs Oven cleaners Abrasive cleaning agents, e.g.powder cleaners and cream cleaners Hard, abrasive brushes or sponges,e.g. pot scourers, brushes orsponges which have been previouslyused with abrasive cleaning agents Melamine eraser blocks Sharp metal scrapers52
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    Cleaning and care Steel wool or stainless steel wirescourers53
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    Cleaning and careCleaning the drip tray andwaste container� Danger of burning and scaldingon hot components or by hot liquids.Components can become very hotduring operation. Touching hotcomponents can cause burning. Theliquids and steam dispensed are veryhot and can cause scalding.If the pipework has just been rinsed,wait a while before removing the driptray.Please be aware that water in thedrip tray can also be very hot.Do not touch hot components.Clean the drip tray and wastecontainer every day to avoidunpleasant smells and mildew.A prompt will appear in the displaywhen the drip tray and/or the wastecontainer is full and needs to beemptied. Empty the drip tray and thewaste container. It is not necessary totake the lid off the drip tray in order toempty it. Remove the drip tray and wastecontainer from the machine. Empty the waste container afterremoving it from the drip tray.The waste container may contain asmall amount of water from rinsing aswell as the leftover coffee grounds.Taking the drip tray apartTip: If the drip tray is heavily soiled,clean it with a brush before placing it inthe dishwasher. Open the machine door.The orange clips are not removable. Take the lid off the drip tray asfollows: press the orange clipsoutwards on both sides to release thelid. Remove the lid.54
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    Cleaning and care Clean the drip tray, lid and wastecontainer in the dishwasher or washthem by hand using warm water anda little washing-up liquid.Reassembling the drip tray Dry all parts thoroughly. Clean the inside of the coffeemachine underneath where the driptray goes.Cleaning contacts Attach the drip tray lid as follows:slide the lid under the lug next to thecontacts and apply pressure to the liduntil the catches at the sides audiblyclick into place. Clean the contacts (metal discs) andthe space between them carefully,e.g. using a brush. Dry all partsthoroughly.The contacts will not be able to detectthat the drip tray is full if they aredamp or dirty.Check the contacts and the areaaround them once a week. Place the waste container on the lid. Push the drip tray and wastecontainer back into the coffeemachine. Close the machine door.55
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    Cleaning and careCleaning the drip tray cover Remove the drip tray cover asfollows: apply pressure to the rearedge so that the cover tips forwardsand you can remove it easily. Clean and dry the surface that thewater container sits on. The drip tray cover can be cleaned inthe dishwasher, or by hand usingwarm water and a little washing-upliquid. Push the water container all the wayinto the coffee machine until you feela resistance. Close the machine door. Dry the drip tray cover.Cleaning the central spout Refit the drip tray cover.Cleaning the water containerClean the water container by handevery day with warm water and a littlewashing-up liquid. You can clean thewater container in the dishwasher oncea week. Fill the water container with fresh,cold tap water.Clean the central spout's stainlesssteel cover by hand only, using warmwater and a little washing-up liquid. Open the machine door.With the exception of the stainless steelcover, all parts of the central spoutshould be cleaned in the dishwasher atleast once a week. This will removecoffee deposits and milk residueseffectively. Remove the water container. Open the machine door. Clean and rinse the water containerwith clean water to remove anydetergent residues. Dry the outside ofthe water container.56
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    Cleaning and care Pull the central spout's stainless steelcover forwards to remove it. Thenclean it. Detach the milk pipe from thedispensing unit as follows: pull thetab to the left.Do not remove the milk pipeconnecting piece. If necessary, cleanthe connecting piece with the cleaningbrush. Grip the dispensing unit by the sidesand pull it down to remove it.57
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    Cleaning and care Fit the dispensing unit back together.Press down firmly so that the spoutsbecome securely connected to theholder. Take the dispensing unit apart,separating it into 3 components: theY-piece, the spouts and the holder. Clean all parts thoroughly. Insert the dispensing unit into thecoffee machine and connect the milkpipe. Refit the stainless steel cover. Close the machine door.Fit cover to central spoutwill appear in thedisplay. Confirm the message with OK.Cleaning the cup rim sensor Clean the area around the centralspout with a damp cloth.Reassembling the central spoutThe dispensing unit is easier toreassemble if the individual parts aredampened with water beforehand.Make sure that all parts are tightlyconnected to one another.58The cup rim sensor is located under thecentral spout.Clean the cup rim sensor at least oncea week and more often if heavily soiled.
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    Cleaning and care Press the two retainers together (seearrows).The cup rim sensor is released. The cup rim sensor can be cleaned inthe dishwasher, or by hand usingwarm water and a little washing-upliquid. To refit the cup rim sensor, press itinto the holder on the central spoutfrom below. Rinse the milk pipework in the lidunder running water and then placethe lid in the dishwasher. If no water runs out of the connectingpiece , clean it with the cleaningbrush. Clean the glass flask. Dry all the parts and reassemble themilk flask.Cleaning the milk flask with lidThe milk flask should be taken apartand cleaned every day after use.Both the lid and the glass flask can becleaned in the dishwasher, or by handusing warm water and a little washingup liquid. Remove and empty the milk flask. Clean the milk flask holder on thecoffee machine with a damp cloth.59
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    Cleaning and careCleaning the milk valveThe milk valve seal can be damagedby objects with sharp edges orsimilar.Do not use any sharp-edged objects(such as knives) to clean the milkvalve.Cleaning the bean containers� Risk of damage from incorrectuse and cleaning.Immersing the bean containers inliquids can result in malfunctions. Ifthey are taken apart, bits may breakoff or the mechanism may no longerwork properly once they arereassembled.Do not disassemble the beancontainers.Do not immerse the bean containersin liquids, e.g. soapy water.Coffee beans contain oils which candeposit themselves on the walls of thebean containers and hinder the flow ofthe beans. Therefore, clean the beancontainers regularly with a soft cloth.The milk valve is located under thebean container on the left-hand side.If allowed to dry, milk residues canbecome encrusted on the stainlesssteel bolt. These crusty deposits aredifficult remove. Therefore, it isimportant to carry out regular cleaningafter preparing milk. Open the machine door. Clean the milk valve with a dampcloth/microfibre cloth. Close the machine door.If required, you can clean the lids of thebean containers by hand with warmwater and a little washing-up liquid. Drythe lids thoroughly before refitting themon the bean containers. Open the machine door. Pull the left and right-hand beancontainers out of the coffee machine. Clean the bean container wells insidethe machine.Tip: Use a vacuum cleaner to removeany coffee residues from the interior. Remove the lids and empty the beancontainers.60
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    Cleaning and careCleaning the interior, inside ofthe machine door and drip trayClean the interior and front of themachine as part of the normal cleaningprocess. For instance, if you remove thewater container, use this as anopportunity to clean the area under thewater container at the same time.Do not remove the components forimproving the flow of the beans (seearrow). Clean the bean containers and lids byhand using a slightly damp cloth. Dryall parts carefully before filling thebean containers with roasted coffeebeans. Replace the lids and push thecontainers back into place in thecoffee machine. Close the machine door.The drip tray is located at the bottom onthe inside of the machine door.Remove and empty the drip tray on aregular basis. The drip tray isdishwasher safe. Open the machine door. Remove and clean the drip tray. Remove the following parts from theinterior: Water container Drip tray Maintenance container Brew unit Bean containersTip: Use your vacuum cleaner toremove dry ground coffee residues.61
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    Cleaning and care Clean the interior and the inside ofthe machine door by hand with aclean and slightly damp cloth/microfibre cloth. After cleaning, wipethe interior and machine door dryusing a soft cloth. Put all the parts back in place,including the drip tray. Close the machine door.Cleaning the front of themachineIf soiling is not removed promptly, itcould cause the surface to alter ordiscolour.Remove any soiling on the front ofthe machine straight away.Make sure that water cannot getbehind the display.Clean the front of the machine afterdescaling. If possible, wipe up anyspillages of descaling agentimmediately.Maintenance programmesThe coffee machine has maintenanceprogrammes for: Rinsing the machine Rinsing the milk pipework Cleaning the milk pipework Degreasing the brew unit Descaling the machineRun the relevant maintenanceprogramme when the prompt to do soappears in the display. You can alsostart maintenance programmes at anytime so that the coffee machine doesnot prompt mandatory cleaning at aninconvenient time.Tip: To save you having to empty thedrip tray too often, you can place themaintenance container under thecentral spout.Opening the Maintenance menu Touch the sensor.Tip: Before cleaning the control panel,open the machine door to preventaccidental operation. Clean the front of the machine with aclean and slightly damp cloth/microfibre cloth. After cleaning, wipethe surfaces dry using a soft cloth.Tip: You can also use a Miele microfibrecloth to clean the front.You can now select a maintenanceprogramme.Rinse the applianceIf you have made a coffee drink, thecoffee machine will rinse the coffeepipework automatically beforeswitching off. You can also start theRinse the appliance function manually.Rinse the milk pipeworkIf you have made a drink with milk, thecoffee machine will rinse the milkpipework automatically after a fewminutes. You can also start the Rinse themilk pipework function manually.62
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    Cleaning and careCleaning the milk pipeworkThe milk pipework must be cleaned atleast once a week.The Clean the milk pipework maintenanceprogramme lasts forapprox. 15 minutes.The cleaning process cannot becancelled. It must be completedthrough to the end. Touch the sensor. Select Clean the milk pipework andtouch OK.The process will start and variousmessages will appear in the display. Follow the instructions in the display.When Fill water container with lukewarmwater and cleaning agent up to the cleaningmark and replace it. Close the door Fill the water container to the mark with lukewarm water and stirthe solution.Follow the instructions for the mixingratio carefully. Fill the water containerwith the specified amount of water.Otherwise, cleaning will beincomplete.appears in the display, proceed asfollows. Replace the water container in thecoffee machine and close themachine door.Preparing the cleaning solution Follow the instructions in the display.For optimal cleaning results, werecommend Miele cleaning agent formilk pipework.The cleaning agent for milk pipeworkhas been specially developed for usewith Miele coffee machines andprevents subsequent damage. If prompted to do so in the display,rinse the water container thoroughlywith clean water. Make sure that nocleaning agent is left in the watercontainer. Fill the water container withtap water.It is available to order via the Mielewebshop or directly from Miele (see theend of this booklet for contact details). Add 2 sticks of the cleaning agent formilk pipework to the water container.The cleaning process is complete whenthe drinks menu appears.Degreasing the brew unit andcleaning insideDepending on the natural oil content ofthe coffee used, the brew unit canbecome blocked quite quickly. It must63
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    Cleaning and carebe degreased regularly in order toensure aromatic coffee and trouble-freeoperation of the coffee machine.We recommend using Miele cleaningtablets to clean the brew unit. Thesehave been specially developed for usewith Miele coffee machines and preventsubsequent damage.Miele cleaning tablets can be orderedvia the Miele webshop, from Miele (seeback cover for contact details) or fromyour Miele dealer.The maintenance programme fordegreasing the brew unit lasts forapprox. 11 minutes.After 200 portions have beendispensed, a message prompting youto degrease the brew unit will appear inthe display.Cleaning the brew unit and interiorThe moving parts of the brew unitare lubricated. Cleaning agents andwashing-up liquid will damage thebrew unit.Clean the brew unit by hand onlyunder warm running water. Do notuse washing-up liquid or any othercleaning agent.To ensure good tasting coffee and toprevent the formation of microbes inthe machine, remove and clean thebrew unit under running water once aweek. Open the machine door. Remove the water container. Confirm the message with OK.The message will appear at regularintervals. Once the maximum possiblenumber of portions has been reached,the coffee machine will lock out.Degreasing the brew unit Touch the sensor. Select Degrease the brew unit andtouch OK.The maintenance programme will thenstart. Follow the instructions in the display.Remove the water container and the brewunit. Clean the interior of the machine. Rinsethe brew unit by hand and refit in themachine with a tablet in it.the display.64will appear in Press the button under the handle ofthe brew unit and, whilst doing so,turn the handle forwards .
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    Cleaning and care First, pull the brew unit sideways and then tip it forwards and slide itout that way .If you cannot remove the brew unit orcan only do so with difficulty, the brewunit is not in the correct position (seeProblem solving guide).When you have removed the brewunit, do not change the position ofthe handle on the brew unit.Otherwise, the brew unit cannot beinserted. Clean the brew unit by hand underwarm running water without usingcleaning agent or washing-up liquid. Wipe any remaining coffee residuefrom the filters. One filter is located inthe funnel and the other to the left ofthe funnel.The process of removing the brew unitcauses ground coffee to drop into thedrip tray. Remove the drip tray and clean thelid. Clean the inside of the coffeemachine. Use your vacuum cleaner toremove dry ground coffee residues.Dropping a cleaning tablet into thebrew unit Drop a cleaning tablet into the top ofthe brew unit (arrow).65
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    Cleaning and care Push the brew unit containing thecleaning tablet back into the coffeemachine.depend on the water hardness level inyour area. Limescale must be removedregularly.The machine will guide you through thedescaling process. Various messageswill appear in the display, e.g. you willbe prompted to empty the drip tray orfill the water container.Descaling must be carried out. Theprocess takes approx. 20 minutes. Press the button under the handle ofthe brew unit and, whilst doing so,turn the handle backwards . Push the water container and driptray (plus waste container) back intothe coffee machine. Close the machine door. Follow the further instructions givenin the display.The cleaning process is complete whenthe drinks menu appears.Descaling the machineRisk of damage from spilt descalingsolution.Sensitive surfaces and/or naturalfloors can suffer damage.Wipe up any spillages of descalingagent immediately.Limescale builds up in the coffeemachine through use. How often themachine needs to be descaled willThe coffee machine will give you plentyof warning when it needs to bedescaled. As of this point, the displaywill indicate how many more drinks canbe made before descaling becomesabsolutely essential. This number isindicated whenever a drink is made. Confirm the message with OK.When the number of remaining portionsreaches 0, the coffee machine will lockout.You can switch the coffee machine off ifyou do not want to run the descalingprogramme at this point in time. Youcan not make any drinks until themachine has been descaled.Descaling after prompt appears inthe displayDescale the applianceappears in thedisplay.Descaling cannot be cancelled once ithas started. It must be completedthrough to the end. Confirm the message with OK.The process will start. Follow the instructions in the display.66
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    Cleaning and careWhen Fill the water container with lukewarmwater and descaling agent up to the symbol and replace it. Close the door.appears in the display, proceed asfollows.Make up the descaling solutionWe recommend using Miele descalingtablets for optimum results.These have been specially developedfor use with Miele coffee machines andprevent subsequent damage.Other descaling agents, whichcontain other acids besides citricacid and/or other undesirablesubstances, such as chlorides forexample, could damage the coffeemachine. Moreover, the descalingeffect required could not beguaranteed if the descaling solutionwas not of the appropriateconcentration.Miele descaling tablets are available toorder via the Miele webshop, from Miele(see back cover for contact details) orfrom your Miele dealer.You will need 2 descaling tablets. Add 2 descaling tablets to the watercontainer. Fill the water container to the markwith lukewarm water.Follow the instructions for the mixingratio carefully. Fill the water containerwith the specified amount of water.Otherwise, descaling will beincomplete.Carrying out descaling Push the water container back intothe machine. Follow the further instructions givenin the display.When Rinse and insert water the container.Close the door appears in the display: Remove the water container andrinse it thoroughly with clean water.Ensure that no descaling solutionresidue remains in the watercontainer. Fill the water container withtap water.The descaling process is completewhen the drinks menu appears.67
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    Problem solving guideMany malfunctions and faults that can occur in daily operation can be easilyremedied. Time and money will be saved because a service call will not beneeded.The following guide may help you to find the reason for a malfunction or a fault,and to correct it.Messages in the displayError messages must be confirmed with OK, otherwise the message canreappear in the display even though the problem has been remedied.Follow the instructions which appear in the display to remedy the problem.If after this, the fault message appears in the display again, contact Miele Service.ProblemCause and remedyF1, F2,F80, F82F353, F354There is an internal fault. Switch the coffee machine off. Wait forapproximately 1 hour before switching themachine back on again.F74, F77F225, F226F235, F353, F354There is an internal fault. Switch the coffee machine off. Wait forapproximately 2 minutes before switching themachine back on again.68
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    Problem solving guideProblemCause and remedyF73 orThe brew unit cannot be positioned correctly or issoiled. It is not possible to press the ground coffee. Check whether you can remove the brew unit. If you can remove the brew unit, rinse it underrunning water.Check the brew unit Push the coffee ejector of the brew unit into thecorrect position (see illustration). Place the water container in the coffee machineand close the machine door. Do not insert thebrew unit. Switch the coffee machine on.This will initialise the brew unit motor and put it backinto the start position. When Insert the brew unit appears in the display, putthe brew unit back in the coffee machine. Closethe machine door. If you cannot remove the brew unit, switch thecoffee machine off. Wait forapproximately 2 minutes before switching themachine back on again.A maintenanceprogramme isprematurely abortedand the followingappears in the display:Push the water container inuntil it engages.The water container has not been filled and insertedcorrectly. Check that you have selected the correct mark.The symbols marked on the water container indicatethe amount of water required for theDescale the appliance: and Clean the milk pipework: maintenance programmes. Fill the water container up to the relevant mark andrestart the process.69
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    Problem solving guideProblemCause and remedyF233The cup rim sensor is not inserted or is incorrectlyinserted.If the central spout is moving upwards and the cuprim sensor is bumped, e.g. with a cup, the cup rimsensor loses its reference position. Confirm the message with OK. Refit the cup rim sensor.Cup rim detection remains inactive and the centralspout stays in the top position until the coffeemachine is next switched on. Cup rim detection isreinitialised during the next switch-on operation.F 30770The milk valve is faulty. Remove and clean the milk valve (see Cleaningthe milk valve in the Problem solving guidechapter).
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    Problem solving guideUnusual performance of the coffee machineProblemCause and remedyThe display remainsdark when the coffeemachine is turned onusing the On/Off button .The On/Off button was not held for long enough. Touch and hold the On/Off button for at least3 seconds.The plug is not inserted in the socket correctly. Insert the plug into the socket.The fuse has tripped because the coffee machine,voltage or another appliance is defective. Switch off at the wall socket and remove the plug. Contact a qualified electrician or the MieleCustomer Service Department.The lighting remains off The lighting has been switched off.after the coffee Switch the lighting on (see Settings - Lighting).machine has beenThe lighting is faulty.switched on. Call Service.The coffee machinedoes not respond tooperation via thedisplay.There is a fault. Touch and hold the On/Off button until thedisplay switches off and the machine restarts.The coffee machineturns off suddenly.The switch-off time programmed using the timer hasbeen reached. If required, you can select a new switch-off time(see Settings Timer).The plug is not inserted in the socket correctly. Insert the plug into the socket.The sensors do notThere is an internal fault.respond to touch. Disconnect the coffee machine from the powerThe coffee machine cansupply.no longer be operated.A fan can be heard eventhough no drinks arebeing prepared or thecoffee machine isswitched off.This is not a fault.Once a drink has been dispensed or the machine hasbeen switched off, the internal fan will continue to runfor up to 30 minutes or so.71
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    Problem solving guideProblemCause and remedyThe brew unit cannot be The brew unit is not positioned correctly.removed. If necessary, move the handle on the brew unitback to the start position. Close the machine door. Switch the coffee machine off. Wait approx. 1 minute before switching the coffeemachine back on.This will initialise the brew unit motor and put it backinto the start position. If necessary, repeat these steps.Drink dispensing isprematurely abortedeven though there is acontainer under thecentral spout.This is not a fault.If the container has a very wide opening thatprevents the cup rim sensor from making contactwith the edge of the container (e.g. in the case of avery large cup), the drink will be cancelled. Use adifferent container or position the existing one so thatthe sensor can detect the rim.The coffee machinedoes not switch itselfon even though theSwitch on at timer settinghas been activated.The system lock has been activated. Deactivate the system lock.The current day of the week has not been selected. Check the timer settings and change these ifnecessary.The coffee machine was not used after beingswitched on automatically three times in succession(holiday mode). Switch the machine on and dispense a drink.Steam is dispensedinstead of water whilepreparing hot water ormaking tea.It is likely that the wrong altitude has been set. Change the altitude settings (Settings Altitude). If necessary, you can also change the temperaturesettings for the drinks (Parameters).The display is hard tosee or not able to beread.The display brightness has been set too low. Change this setting (see Settings).The display lights upThe Demo mode for demonstrating the coffeebut the coffee machine machine in the showroom has been activated.does not heat up and no Deactivate the demo mode (see Settings Demodrinks are made.mode)72
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    Problem solving guideUnsatisfactory resultsProblemCause and remedyThe coffee is not hotenough.The cup has not been pre-heated.The smaller the cup and the thicker its sides, themore important it is to pre-heat it. Pre-heat the cup, for example, with hot water.The brewing temperature has been set too low. Set a higher brewing temperature.The filters in the brew unit are blocked. Remove the brew unit and clean by hand Degrease the brew unit.The coffee grindermakes a louder noisethan usual.The coffee bean container has become empty duringthe grinding process. Fill the coffee bean container with fresh beans.There may be foreign objects such as plastic orstones in amongst the coffee beans. Switch the coffee machine off immediately. CallService.The coffee flows tooquickly into the cup.The coffee is too coarsely ground. Set the grinder to a finer setting (see Grindersetting).The coffee trickles tooslowly into the cup.The coffee is too finely ground. Set the grinder to a coarser setting (see Grindersetting).The crema on thecoffee or espresso isnot as it should be.The grinder setting is not correct. Set the grinder to a finer or coarser setting.The brew temperature is too high for the type ofcoffee being used. Set a lower brewing temperature.The coffee beans are no longer fresh. Add fresh beans to the coffee bean container.73
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    Problem solving guideProblemCause and remedyThe coffee tastes weak.The coffee grounds inthe waste container aresludgy and grainy.Less coffee is being brewed because insufficientcoffee beans are getting into the grinder.Have you used a dark roast?This type of coffee bean is often more oily. These oilscan cling to the inside of the bean containers andhinder the flow of beans.Are you using a type of coffee with very large beansor different sized beans?The beans are possibly getting wedged or jammedand forming bean bridges. Clean the bean containers more often if you areusing darker, more oily coffee beans. If you are using a type of coffee with very largebeans or different sized beans, pull the beancontainers out slightly and give them a shake. If necessary, try using a different type of coffee.Coffee is not beingCoffee deposits in the central spout are obstructingdispensed from bothdispensing.spouts evenly. Milk may Take the central spout apart and wash all thebe sputtering whencomponents with the exception of the stainlessbeing heated up.steel cover in the dishwasher.This cleaning operation should be performed oncea week.The consistency of themilk froth isunsatisfactory.The milk temperature is too high. Good milk froth canonly be achieved with cold milk (below 10 C). Check the temperature of the milk in the milk flask.The milk pipework is blocked and/or the milk valve issoiled. Follow the instructions in Cleaning the milk valve.74
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    Problem solving guideCleaning the milk valveIf the following issues occur during milkpreparation, the milk valve may beblocked: only hot milk is dispensedinstead of milk froth, the milk sputtersor sprays out. Start by checking thepoints listed below: Is the milk in the milk flask cold(< 10 C)? Have the central spout and the milkflask lid been cleaned thoroughly? Is the central spout correctly fitted? Are the milk pipework and dispensingunit securely connected? Remove the milk valve cover asfollows: on the top right-hand side ofthe cover, you will find a pin forswivelling the cover out.If you are still unhappy with the resultsof milk preparation, follow the stepsdescribed for cleaning the milk valve.The milk valve cover should only becleaned by hand. Open the machine door. Remove the bean container andmaintenance container on the lefthand side. Take the stainless steel cover off thecentral spout.321 Detach the milk pipework from thedispensing unit on the centralspout and from the milk valveholder ( and ). Remove the milk pipework connecting the milk valve to thecentral spout. Disconnect the angular mouldedhose from the round hose. Rinse thehoses thoroughly under runningwater.75
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    Problem solving guideDo not remove the connecting piecesfrom the hoses. Pull the stainless steel bolt upwardsand out. Press the retainers on the left andright-hand sides of the milk valveholder and pull the holder forwards toremove it. Clean the individual components ofthe milk valve in the dishwasher.Tip: If there are any dry milk residueson the front, soak the stainless steelbolt in warm water and a little washingup liquid before placing it in thedishwasher.Fitting the milk valve Insert the stainless steel bolt fromabove. Insert the silicone seal into the milkvalve holder. Take the holder and silicone sealapart.76
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    Problem solving guide Insert the holder and silicone sealuntil they audibly click into place. Connect together the angularmoulded hose and longer milk pipe.Start by attaching the top of themoulded hose to the central spout.The black connecting piece shouldbe pointing to the rear. Then, connect the bottom end of themoulded hose to the dispensing unit. Insert the milk pipework into the milkvalve on the left and right-hand sides. Check that the milk pipework is snugagainst the housing and that thecover can be easily attached.Tip: If necessary, screw the milkpipework backwards at the connectingpiece on the right-hand side. Attach the milk valve cover asfollows: insert the pin in the top righthand corner and swivel the coverbackwards until a proper fit isachieved. Push the left-hand bean containerand maintenance container back intothe coffee machine. Attach thecentral spout's stainless steel cover. Close the machine door.77
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    After sales service and warrantyAfter sales serviceWarrantyIn the event of a fault which you cannotcorrect yourself, or if the machine isunder guarantee please contact:For information on the appliancewarranty specific to your country pleasecontact Miele. See back cover foraddress. your Miele Dealeror Miele.Contact details for Miele are given atthe end of this booklet. N.B. A call-outfee will be charged for service visitswhere the problem could have beenresolved as described in theseinstructions.When contacting Miele, please quotethe model and serial number of yourcoffee machine.These can be found on the data plate:78In the UK, your coffee machinewarranty is valid for 2 years from thedate of purchase. However, you mustactivate your cover by calling 0330 1606640 or registering online atwww.miele.co.uk.
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    AccessoriesThese products and other usefulaccessories can be ordered via theMiele webshop, from Miele (see backcover for contact details) or from yourMiele dealer. Microfibre clothfor removing finger marks and lightsoiling Cleaning agent for milk pipeworkfor cleaning the milk system Cleaning tabletsfor degreasing the brew unit Descaling tabletsfor descaling the water pipework CJ JUG coffee flaskVacuum flask for coffee or tea(capacity 1 l) Miele Coffee Black Edition Onefor AllPerfect for making Espresso, CafCrema and Coffee with milk. Miele Coffee EspressoPerfect for making Espresso. Miele Coffee Black Edition CafCremaPerfect for making coffee. Miele Coffee DecafPerfect for making decaffeinatedcoffee.Items supplied will vary depending onappliance and country. To find outwhich accessories and cleaning andcare products are available in yourcountry, please go to the website orcontact the Miele Customer ServiceDepartment or your Miele supplier.79
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    INSTALLATION-InstallationElectrical connectionBefore connecting the coffee machine,make sure that the connection data onthe data plate (voltage and frequency)matches that of the electricity supply.This data must correspond in order toavoid the risk of damage to the coffeemachine. If in any doubt, consult aqualified electrician.The voltage and frequency are given onthe data plate located inside themachine. Please ensure these matchthe household mains supply. This datamust correspond in order to avoiddamage to the machine. The correctfuse rating must also be observed.This machine is supplied with a cableand moulded plug (13 A in the UK) forconnection to the mains electricalsupply.If possible, the socket should remaineasily accessible. If the socket is nolonger accessible after installation, anadditional means of disconnection mustbe provided for all poles. Suitablemeans of disconnection includeswitches with an all-pole contact gap ofat least 3 mm. These include circuitbreakers, fuses and contactors(EN 60335).Do not connect the coffee machine toan off-grid inverter. These devices areused for autonomous power supply,e.g. a solar power system. Powersurges could cause a safety shutdown.This could damage the electronicmodule.80The coffee machine must not be usedwith energy saving plugs. Thesereduce the amount of energy suppliedto the machine, causing it to overheat.
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    INSTALLATION-InstallationBuilding-in dimensionsInstallation in a tall unitA minimum installation height of 850 mm must be observed.All dimensions are given in mm.The machine can be combined with other Miele built-in appliances. In this case,there must be a full-width, closed shelf between them. If the machine it to becombined with a suitable built-in plate/food-warming drawer, no shelf is required inbetween.81
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    INSTALLATION-InstallationInstallation and connectionsAll dimensions are given in mm.a Power cableb No electrical connection in this area82
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    INSTALLATION-InstallationBuilding in the coffee machine� Danger of injury due to incorrectoperation.A machine that has not been built inis not safe and can cause injuries.Do not operate the coffee machineunless it has been built in.� Danger of damage due toincorrect operation.If the ambient temperature range isnot observed, the coffee machinemay not function properly.The coffee machine may only beoperated within an ambienttemperature range of +16 C to+38 C.A minimum installation height of850 mm must be observed.A door opening angle of 120 mustbe ensured so that you can removethe left-hand bean container.open the door wide enough to removethe left-hand bean container (minimumdoor opening angle of 120).To install the machine, you will need aTX 20 screwdriver.Tip: It is useful to have somewhere atthe height of the niche to place thecoffee machine on. This makeselectrical connection easier.Connecting the electricity supplyObserve the information underElectrical connection. Connect the coffee machine to theelectricity supply.Pushing in and aligning the coffeemachineTake care not to trap or damage theelectrical connection when pushingthe machine into the niche. Push the coffee machine all the wayinto the niche until you feel aresistance. Check the height of the coffeemachine to make sure that it is sittingcentrally in the niche and that it islevel. Align the machine if necessary.Never align the coffee machine byadjusting the door hinges. This couldprevent the milk flask from attachingcorrectly and interfere with the milkpreparation process.Check that there is a gap of at least299 mm between the wall (or similar)and the coffee machine so that you canFour M5 screws (3.5 x 25 mm) aresupplied for aligning and securing themachine in its niche.83
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    INSTALLATION-Installation Open the machine door and looselyfit the screws at either side. Carefully turn the lower screws tocentre the machine in the niche. Tighten both upper screws by handto secure the machine in the unit. Donot overtighten them.Removing the door opening limitersMake sure that sufficient space isavailable for the larger door openingangle and that the machine door isnot going to hit an adjacent wall. Carry out a functional check on thecoffee machine.Door opening limitersThe coffee machine door hinges areequipped with door opening limitersthat restrict the opening angle of themachine door to approx. 120. This willprevent the machine door from hittingan adjacent wall and being damagedwhen opened.The door opening limiters can beremoved, allowing you to increase theopening angle to approx. 170. Thismakes it easier to remove the beancontainers, for example.84 Remove the door opening limitersfrom the hinges, e.g. by prising themout with a screwdriver.The machine door opening angle hasnow been increased to approx. 170.
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    Conformity declarationMiele hereby declares that this coffeemachine complies with Directive2014/53/EU.The complete text of the EU declarationof conformity is available from one ofthe following internet addresses: Products, Download fromwww.miele.co.uk For service, information, operatinginstructions etc: go towww.miele.co.uk/domestic/customer-information-385.htm andenter the name of the product or theserial numberFrequency bandof the WiFimodule2.4000 GHz 2.4835 GHzMaximumtransmittingpower of the WiFimodule< 100 mW85
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    United KingdomMiele Co. Ltd.Fairacres, Marcham RoadAbingdon, Oxon, OX14 1TWTel: 0330 160 6600Internet: www.miele.comAustraliaMiele Australia Pty. Ltd.ACN 005 635 398ABN 96 005 635 3981 Gilbert Park DriveKnoxfield, VIC 3180Tel: 1300 464 353Internet: www.miele.com.auChinaMiele (Shanghai) Trading Ltd.1-3 Floor, No. 82 Shi Men Yi RoadJing' an District200040 Shanghai, PRCTel: +86 21 6157 3500Fax: +86 21 6157 3511E-mail: info@miele.cn,Internet: www.miele.cnMiele (Hong Kong) Limited41/F - 4101, Manhattan Place23 Wang Tai RoadKowloon Bay, Hong KongTel: (852) 2610 1025Fax: (852) 3579 1404Email:customerservices@miele.com.hkWebsite: www.miele.hkIndiaMiele India Pvt. Ltd.Ground FloorCopia Corporate SuitesPlot No. 9, JasolaNew Delhi - 110025Tel: 011-46 900 000Fax: 011-46 900 001E-mail: customercare@miele.inInternet: www.miele.inIrelandMiele Ireland Ltd.2024 Bianconi AvenueCitywest Business CampusDublin 24Tel: (01) 461 07 10Fax: (01) 461 07 97E-Mail: info@miele.ieInternet: www.miele.ieMalaysiaMiele Sdn BhdSuite 12-2, Level 12Menara Sapura KencanaPetroleumSolaris Dutamas No. 1Jalan Dutamas 150480 Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaPhone: +603-6209-0288Fax: +603-6205-3768New ZealandMiele New Zealand LimitedIRD 98 463 631Level 2, 10 College HillFreemans Bay, Auckland 1011New ZealandTel: 0800 464 353Internet: www.miele.co.nzSingaporeMiele Pte. Ltd.163 Penang Road# 04 - 03 Winsland House IISingapore 238463Tel: +65 6735 1191Fax: +65 6735 1161E-Mail: info@miele.com.sgInternet: www.miele.sgSouth AfricaMiele (Pty) Ltd63 Peter Place, Bryanston 2194P.O. Box 69434, Bryanston 2021Tel: (011) 875 9000Fax: (011) 875 9035E-mail: info@miele.co.zaInternet: www.miele.co.zaTaiwanK.E. & Kingstone Co., Ltd.6th Fl., No. 120, Sec. 2Jianguo N. Rd.Taipei, TaiwanTEL: +886 2 2502-7256FAX: +886 2 2502-3077E-mail: kenk@kenk.com.twWebsite:www.kenk.com.tw/ke/mieleThailandBHIRAJ TOWER at EmQuartier43rd Floor Unit 4301-4303689 Sukhumvit RoadNorth Klongton Sub-DistrictVadhana DistrictBangkok 10110, ThailandUnited Arab EmiratesMiele Appliances Ltd.Gold & Diamond ParkOffice No. 6-217Sheikh Zayed RoadP.O. Box 11 47 82 - DubaiTel. +971 4 3044 999Fax. +971 4 3418 852800-MIELE (64353)E-Mail: info@miele.aeWebsite: www.miele.aeManufacturer: Miele & Cie. KG, Carl-Miele-Strae 29, 33332 Gtersloh, Germany
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