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Operating and installation instructions
Built-in coffee machine
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essential
to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time.
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    Operating and installation instructions
    Built-in coffee machine

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

    en-GB

    M.-Nr. 11 203 280



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    Caring for the environment
    Disposal of the packing
    material

    Disposing of your old
    appliance

    The packaging is designed to protect
    the appliance from damage during
    transportation. The packaging materials
    used are selected from materials which
    are environmentally friendly for disposal
    and should be recycled.

    Electrical and electronic appliances
    often contain valuable materials. They
    also contain specific materials,
    compounds and components, which
    were essential for their correct function
    and safety. These could be hazardous
    to human health and to the environment
    if disposed of with your domestic waste
    or if handled incorrectly. Please do not,
    therefore, dispose of your old appliance
    with your household waste.

    Recycling the packaging reduces the
    use of raw materials in the
    manufacturing process and also
    reduces the amount of waste in landfill
    sites.

    Disposing of cleaning and
    descaling cartridges
    Dispose of used Miele cleaning and
    descaling cartridges in your household
    waste.

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    Please dispose of it at your local
    community waste collection / recycling
    centre for electrical and electronic
    appliances, or contact your dealer or
    Miele for advice. You are also
    responsible (by law, depending on
    country) for deleting any personal data
    that may be stored on the appliance
    being disposed of. Please ensure that
    your old appliance poses no risk to
    children while being stored prior to
    disposal.



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    Contents
    Caring for the environment ..................................................................................  2
    Warning and Safety instructions..........................................................................  7
    Guide to the machine .........................................................................................  17
    Operation..............................................................................................................  19
    Touch display ........................................................................................................ 19
    Operating actions .................................................................................................. 20
    Symbols in the display .......................................................................................... 23
    Miele@home.........................................................................................................  24
    Before using for the first time ............................................................................  25
    Before using for the first time ................................................................................ 25
    Switching on for the first time ............................................................................... 25
    Setting up the bean system .................................................................................. 28
    Bean system ........................................................................................................  30
    Changing bean system settings (Type of beans)................................................... 30
    Renaming the type of beans ............................................................................ 30
    Changing how the bean containers are allocated............................................ 31
    Filling the water container ..................................................................................  32
    Switching on and off ...........................................................................................  33
    Spout adjustment ................................................................................................  34
    Making drinks ......................................................................................................  35
    Making coffee with and without milk..................................................................... 35
    Preparing milk........................................................................................................ 36
    Making a coffee..................................................................................................... 37
    Cancelling a drink.................................................................................................. 37
    DoubleShot............................................................................................................ 38
    Making 2 portions  ............................................................................................ 38
    Coffee pot.............................................................................................................. 39
    Tea ......................................................................................................................... 39
    TeaTimer........................................................................................................... 40
    Making tea........................................................................................................ 41
    Teapot............................................................................................................... 41
    Dispensing warm or hot water .............................................................................. 41
    Expert mode.........................................................................................................  42
    Grinder setting.....................................................................................................  43
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    Contents
    Parameters...........................................................................................................  44
    Displaying and changing parameters .................................................................... 44
    Ground quantity..................................................................................................... 44
    Brewing temperature ............................................................................................. 44
    Pre-brewing the coffee .......................................................................................... 44
    Type of beans ........................................................................................................ 45
    Portion size ..........................................................................................................  46
    Resetting drinks ..................................................................................................  47
    Profiles..................................................................................................................  48
    Creating a profile ................................................................................................... 48
    Editing profiles....................................................................................................... 48
    Setting when the profile should change................................................................ 48
    Profiles: creating and editing drinks..................................................................  49
    MyMiele ................................................................................................................  50
    MobileStart  .....................................................................................................  51
    Settings ................................................................................................................  52
    Displaying and changing settings ......................................................................... 52
    Language............................................................................................................... 52
    Time....................................................................................................................... 52
    Date ....................................................................................................................... 52
    Start screen ........................................................................................................... 52
    Timer ..................................................................................................................... 53
    Appliance timer ................................................................................................ 53
    Maintenance timer............................................................................................ 53
    TeaTimer........................................................................................................... 54
    Volume................................................................................................................... 54
    Display................................................................................................................... 54
    Brightness ........................................................................................................ 54
    Colour scheme ................................................................................................. 54
    QuickTouch ...................................................................................................... 54
    Lighting.................................................................................................................. 54
    Info (display information) ....................................................................................... 54
    Fresh water ............................................................................................................ 54
    Altitude .................................................................................................................. 54

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    Contents
    Performance mode................................................................................................
    Eco mode .........................................................................................................
    Barista mode ....................................................................................................
    Latte mode .......................................................................................................
    Party mode .......................................................................................................
    Water hardness .....................................................................................................
    Proximity sensor....................................................................................................
    System lock  ......................................................................................................
    Miele@home ..........................................................................................................
    Remote control......................................................................................................
    SuperVision ...........................................................................................................
    RemoteUpdate ......................................................................................................
    Software version....................................................................................................
    Legal information...................................................................................................
    Showroom programme (Demo mode) ...................................................................
    Factory defaults.....................................................................................................

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    Cleaning and care ...............................................................................................  60
    Overview of cleaning intervals............................................................................... 60
    Cleaning by hand or in the dishwasher ................................................................. 61
    Unsuitable cleaning agents ................................................................................... 62
    Cleaning the drip tray and waste container........................................................... 64
    Cleaning the drip tray cover .................................................................................. 66
    Water container ..................................................................................................... 66
    Cleaning the central spout .................................................................................... 66
    Cleaning the cup rim sensor ................................................................................. 68
    Cleaning the milk flask with lid .............................................................................. 69
    Cleaning the milk valve.......................................................................................... 70
    Cleaning the bean containers................................................................................ 70
    Brew unit removal and cleaning by hand .............................................................. 71
    Cleaning the interior, inside of the machine door and drip tray ............................ 73
    Cleaning the front of the machine ......................................................................... 73
    Maintenance programmes..................................................................................... 74
    Rinsing the machine.............................................................................................. 74
    Rinsing the milk pipework ..................................................................................... 75
    Maintenance programme: Clean the milk pipework.............................................. 75
    Degreasing the brew unit and cleaning the interior............................................... 76
    Descaling the machine .......................................................................................... 78
    Automatic cleaning and descaling ....................................................................  81
    Please note before and during the automatic maintenance programmes: ........... 81
    Automatic cleaning................................................................................................ 82
    The Miele cleaning cartridge ................................................................................. 82
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    Contents
    Replacing the cleaning cartridge...........................................................................
    Automatic descaling..............................................................................................
    The Miele descaling cartridge ...............................................................................
    Maintenance Timer................................................................................................
    Cancelling automatic cleaning and descaling.......................................................

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    Problem solving guide ........................................................................................  88
    Messages in the display........................................................................................ 88
    Unusual performance of the coffee machine ........................................................ 91
    Faults with automatic cleaning and/or descaling .................................................. 94
    Unsatisfactory results............................................................................................ 96
    Cleaning the milk valve.......................................................................................... 99
    After sales service and warranty .....................................................................  102
    Accessories .......................................................................................................  103
    Installation..........................................................................................................  104
    Mains water connection ...................................................................................... 104
    Electrical connection ........................................................................................... 106
    Building-in dimensions ....................................................................................... 107
    Building in the coffee machine ............................................................................ 109
    Door opening limiters .......................................................................................... 110
    Conformity declaration .....................................................................................  112
    Copyrights and Licences ..................................................................................  113

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    Warning and Safety instructions
    This coffee machine complies with all the stipulated safety
    requirements. Inappropriate use can, however, lead to personal
    injury and material damage.
    Read the operating instructions carefully before using the coffee
    machine. They contain important information on safety,
    installation, use and maintenance. This prevents both personal
    injury and damage to the coffee machine.
    In accordance with standard IEC 60335-1, Miele expressly and
    strongly advises you to read and follow the instructions in the
    chapter on installing the coffee machine as well as the safety
    instructions 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 them
    on to any future owner.

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    Warning and Safety instructions
    Correct 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 reduced
    physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
    knowledge, if they are supervised whilst using it, or have been
    shown how to use it in a safe way and recognise and understand the
    consequences of incorrect operation.

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    Warning and Safety instructions
    Safety with children
     Danger of burning and scalding on the dispensing spouts.
    Children's skin is far more sensitive to high temperatures than that
    of adults.
    Ensure children do not touch hot surfaces of the coffee machine or
    place parts of their body under the dispensing spouts.

     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 coffee
    machine unless they are constantly supervised.

     Children aged 8 and older may only use the coffee machine
    without supervision if they have been shown how to use it in a safe
    manner.
    Children aged 8 and older must be aware of the potential dangers
    caused by incorrect operation.

     Please supervise children in the vicinity of the coffee machine and
    do not allow them to play with it.

     Young children must not be allowed to clean the coffee machine
    at all. Cleaning may only be carried out by children 8 years of age or
    older under the supervision of an adult.

     Remember that coffee and espresso are not suitable drinks for
    children.

     Danger of suffocation! Whilst playing, children may become
    entangled in packaging material (such as plastic wrapping) or pull it
    over their head with the risk of suffocation. Keep packaging material
    away from children.

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    Warning and Safety instructions
    Technical safety
     Installation work or repairs should only be carried out by a Miele
    authorised technician. Unauthorised or incorrect installation work or
    repairs can pose considerable danger to users.

     A damaged coffee machine could be dangerous. Before building
    in the machine, check it for any externally visible damage. Do not
    use a damaged machine.

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

     The electrical safety of this coffee machine can only be
    guaranteed when correctly earthed. It is essential that this standard
    safety requirement is met. If in any doubt please have the electrical
    installation tested by a qualified electrician.

     Reliable and safe operation of the coffee machine can only be
    guaranteed if it is connected to the mains electrical supply.

     Do not connect the machine to the mains electricity supply by a
    multi-socket adapter or an extension lead. These are a fire hazard
    and 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 has
    been 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 when
    it is combined with a suitable built-in plate/food warming drawer).

     Only use the coffee machine in rooms where the ambient
    temperature is between +16 °C and +38 °C.
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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 cabinet
    door because heat and moisture can build up behind it. This can
    result in damage to the machine and/or furniture unit.

     The coffee machine must be disconnected from the electricity
    supply during repair work.

     While the machine is under warranty, repairs should only be
    undertaken by a Miele authorised service technician. Otherwise the
    warranty is invalidated.

     Miele can only guarantee the safety of the machine when original
    Miele spare parts are used. Faulty components must only be
    replaced by genuine Miele original spare parts.

     Never open the outer casing of the machine. Tampering with
    electrical connections or components and mechanical parts is highly
    dangerous to the user and can cause operational faults or electric
    shock.

     Only use original Miele accessories. If other parts are used,
    warranty, performance and/or product liability claims will be
    invalidated.

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    Warning and Safety instructions
    Mains water connection
     Do not connect the coffee machine to a hot water supply.
     The stopcock must be easily accessible after the coffee machine
    has been built in.

     The protective sleeve of the water inlet hose must not be
    damaged or become kinked.

     The integrated water protection system offers protection from
    water damage, provided the following conditions are met:
    – The coffee machine is correctly installed, connected to the
    electricity supply and plumbed in.
    – If a fault is identified, the coffee machine must be repaired
    immediately.
    – The stopcock is turned off when the machine is not in use for an
    extended period (e.g. during holidays).

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    Warning and Safety instructions
    Correct 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 hot
    liquids and steam are being dispensed.
    Do not touch hot components.
    Hot liquid or steam could spatter from the nozzles. Ensure that the
    central spout is clean and fitted correctly.
    Before opening the door, remove any containers from the drip tray
    in the machine door.
    Water in the drip tray can also be very hot. Take care when
    emptying it.
     Danger of injury to the eyes.
    Never look directly at the lighting or use optical instruments to look
    at it.

     Please note the following regarding water:
    – If the water container is filled manually: only use cold, fresh tap
    water to fill the water container. Hot or warm water or other liquids
    can damage the coffee machine.
    – Change the water every day to prevent a build-up of bacteria.
    If the machine is plumbed into the mains water supply: empty the
    water container once a day.
    – Do not use carbonated water.

     Only put roasted coffee beans in the bean containers. Do not
    place coffee beans which have been treated with additives or ground
    coffee inside the bean containers.

     Do not fill the bean containers with any type of liquid.

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    Warning and Safety instructions
     Do not use green (unroasted) coffee beans or mixtures of coffee
    beans which contain green coffee beans. Green coffee beans are
    very hard and still contain residual moisture. These can damage the
    coffee 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 will
    damage the coffee machine.

     If decaffeinated coffee beans are used after dispensing a drink
    with caffeinated beans, there may still be residues from the
    caffeinated beans in the grinder or brew chamber. Discard the first
    coffee drink when using decaffeinated coffee.

     Only use milk without additives. Additives in milk usually contain
    sugar 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 central
    spout. The flames could ignite plastic components and cause them
    to melt.

     Do not swing from or hang anything on the machine front when it
    is open as this could damage the hinges on the coffee machine.

     The machine must not be used for cleaning objects.

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    Warning and Safety instructions
    Cleaning and care
     Clean the coffee machine and the milk flask daily, particularly
    before using them for the first time.

     All parts of the milk system need to be cleaned thoroughly and
    regularly. Milk contains bacteria which proliferate rapidly with
    inadequate cleaning.

     If you do not make use of the automatic descaling and cleaning
    functions, you must regularly run the maintenance programmes for
    cleaning the milk pipework and the brew unit, and for carrying out
    descaling. Miele cannot be held liable for damage that results from
    not cleaning and/or descaling the machine properly, or from using
    the wrong cleaning/descaling agent or an unsuitable solution
    concentration.

     Do not use a steam cleaner to clean this machine. Steam could
    reach electrical components and cause a short circuit.

     Used coffee grounds should be disposed of with the organic
    rubbish or on the compost heap. Do not empty them down the sink,
    as they could block it.

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    Warning and Safety instructions
    For machines with stainless steel surfaces:
     Do not use sticky notes, transparent adhesive tape, masking tape
    or other types of adhesive on the stainless steel surfaces. These will
    damage 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.

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    Guide to the machine
    Exterior view
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    a On/Off button 
    b Optical interface (for the Miele Customer Service Department only)
    c MobileStart sensor 
    d Movement sensor
    e “Back”  sensor
    f Touch display
    g “Light” sensor 
    h Door handle
    i Height-adjustable central spout with lighting
    j Drip tray cover
    k Milk flask

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    Guide to the machine
    Interior view

    a Bean containers (Type A and Type C)
    b Milk valve
    c Height-adjustable central spout with lighting
    d Grinder setting
    e Bean container (Type B)
    f Fan outlet
    g Water container
    h Drip tray with lid
    i Brew unit
    j Waste container
    k Maintenance container
    l Receptacles for cleaning and descaling cartridges (including adapters)
    m Drip tray
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    Operation
    Touch display
    The delicate touch display can be scratched by pointed or sharp objects, e.g.
    pens.
    Only touch the display with your fingers.
    The touch display is split into multiple areas.

     Miele

    12:00


    Ristretto











    Espresso

    Coffee

    Long coffee

    Profiles

    The menu path appears on the left of the header. If you touch a menu name in the
    header, the display will switch to that menu. To switch to the start screen, touch .
    The time of day is shown on the right of the header. Additional symbols may also
    appear, e.g. TeaTimer .
    The current menu and menu options are shown in the centre. You can scroll to the
    right or left by swiping your finger across the display to the right or left.
    The options that appear in the footer vary according to which menu is selected;
    e.g. DoubleShot , Save or OK.

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    Operation
    Operating actions
    All the selectable options are displayed in black or white according to your
    selected colour scheme.
    Each time you touch a possible option, the relevant characters (word and/or
    symbol) light up orange.
    Selecting a menu option
     Touch the field or value you want in the display.
    Scrolling
    You can scroll left or right.
     Swipe the screen by placing your finger on the touch display and moving it in
    the direction you want.
    The bar at the bottom shows you where you are in the current menu.
    Exiting a menu
     Touch the  sensor. Alternatively, touch the higher-level menu name within the
    menu path.
    Entries made before this which have not been confirmed with OK will not be
    saved.
    Tip: Touching the  sensor three times in succession will take you to the drinks
    menu.
    Entering numbers with the roller
     Swipe the roller up or down until the value you want is displayed centrally in
    orange. Confirm with OK.
    Entering numbers using the numerical keypad
     Touch the centrally displayed orange value and keep your finger on it until the
    numerical keypad appears.

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    Operation

    OK
     Select the value you want: as soon as you enter a valid value, OK turns green.
    Use the  arrow to delete the last entered number.
     Confirm with OK.
    Entering a name
    Letters are entered using a keyboard. It is best to select short names.
     Touch the letters or characters you want.
    Tip: Use the  arrow to delete the last entered character.
     Touch Save.
    Displaying the context menu
    When you are in certain menus, a context menu can be displayed, e.g. for
    configuring drinks.
     For instance, you can touch the name of a drink and keep your finger on it until
    the context menu opens.
     To close the context menu, touch an area of the display located outside of the
    menu window.
    Moving entries
    You can change the order of the entries in the drinks menu, in Profiles and in
    MyMiele.
     Touch an entry and keep your finger on it until the context menu appears.
     Select Move.
    An orange border appears around the entry.
     Touch the selected entry and move it to the required location without taking your
    finger off the display.
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    Operation
    Help
    Context-sensitive help is available for certain functions. In this case, Help appears
    in the bottom line.
     Touch Help to display information in text and pictures.
     Touch Close to return to the previous menu.
    Pull-down menu
    Among other things, the pull-down menu provides access to a schematic
    representation of the bean containers and to Expert mode.

     Touch the orange line at the top edge of the screen and drag down with your
    finger.
    Active settings are highlighted in orange.
     To close the pull-down menu, drag it back up to the top or touch an area of the
    display located outside of the menu window.

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    Operation
    Symbols in the display
    The display shows symbols as well as text, e.g. symbols for the various drinks.
    Some of these are explained below.
    Symbol

    Explanation


    This symbol indicates that there is additional information
    and advice about using the coffee machine. Select OK to
    confirm the information.



    This symbol indicates the “Settings” menu and the
    “Language” menu option.



    This symbol appears if the system lock is activated.
    Operation is locked.



    The symbol and the desired switching-on time appear in the
    display 23:59 hours before the coffee machine is due to
    switch on if the On at timer and setting for displaying the
    time are activated (see “Settings – Timer”).



    This symbol appears during the Clean the milk pipework
    maintenance programme and during automatic cleaning.
    (This symbol is also found on the water container: fill up to
    this mark with water.)



    This symbol appears while the appliance is being descaled.
    (This symbol can also be found on the water container: fill
    up to this mark).



    This symbol and a fault code will appear if a fault occurs.



    If Miele@home has been activated for the coffee machine,
    these symbols represent the quality/status of the WiFi
    connection, indicating the strength in increments from
    strong to not connected.







    The “Remote control” symbol appears if Miele@home has
    been set up for the coffee machine and the setting Remote
    control | On has been selected.



    The “SuperVision” symbol appears if Miele@home has been
    set up for the coffee machine and the setting SuperVision |
    SuperVision display | On has been selected.
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    Miele@home
    Your coffee machine is equipped with
    an integrated WiFi module.
    In order to use it, you will need:
    – A WiFi network
    – The Miele@mobile app
    – A Miele user account The user
    account can be created via the
    Miele@mobile app.

    Availability of the WiFi
    connection
    The WiFi connection shares a frequency
    range with other appliances (including
    microwave ovens and remote control
    toys). This can give rise to sporadic or
    even complete connection failures.
    Therefore, the availability of featured
    functions cannot be guaranteed.

    The Miele@mobile app will guide you
    through the process of connecting your
    coffee machine to your home WiFi
    network.

    Miele@home availability

    Once your coffee machine is connected
    to your WiFi network, you can use the
    app to carry out activities such as the
    following:

    The Miele@home service is not
    available in every country.

    – Calling up information on the
    operating status of your coffee
    machine
    – Changing settings on your coffee
    machine
    – Controlling your coffee machine
    remotely
    Connecting your coffee machine to your
    WiFi network will increase energy
    consumption, even when the machine
    is switched off.
    Before installing the coffee machine
    in its final location, ensure that the
    signal from your WiFi network is
    strong enough.

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    The ability to use the Miele@mobile app
    depends on the availability of the
    Miele@home service in your country.

    For information about availability,
    please visit www.miele.com.

    Miele@mobile App
    The Miele@mobile App is available to
    download free of charge from the Apple
    ®
    App Store or from the Google Play
    Store™.



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    Before using for the first time
    Before using for the first time
     Connect the coffee machine to the
    water and electricity supplies.
     Install the coffee machine by building
    it in.
     Remove any notices from the
    machine.
     Remove the protective foil from the
    drip tray cover.
    Clean the machine thoroughly (see
    “Cleaning and care”) before filling it
    with coffee beans and making
    drinks.
     Clean the coffee machine (see
    “Cleaning and care”).
    Have the following to hand (included
    with delivery) when setting the machine
    up for the first time:

    When you start it up for the first time, it
    shows the following in the display: Set
    up Miele@home?

    Tip: You can also choose to set up
    Miele@home for your coffee machine at
    a later point. In this case, select Skip.
     Make sure that your WiFi network
    signal is sufficiently strong in the
    place where you want to set up your
    coffee machine.
     Touch Continue.
     Select the connection method you
    wish to use.
     Follow the instructions provided in
    the coffee machine display and in the
    Miele@mobile app.
    Connection successfully established

    will

    appear in the display.

    – Miele cleaning cartridge

     Touch Continue to proceed with initial
    set-up.

    – Miele descaling cartridge

    Setting the date

    Switching on for the first time
     Touch the On/Off button .
    Selecting the display language and
    country
    The choice of country determines how
    the time is displayed, e.g. in the 12 or
    24-hour format, as well as how units
    are displayed and so on.
     Select the desired display language.

     Set the current date and touch OK.
    Setting the time
     Set the current time of day and
    touch OK.
    If the coffee machine has been
    connected to a WiFi network and
    signed into the Miele@mobile app, the
    time will be synchronised based on
    the country setting in the
    Miele@mobile app.

     Then select the country.
    Setting up the network (Miele@home)
    You can connect your coffee machine
    to your home WiFi network.
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    Before using for the first time
    Setting the water hardness level
    Contact your local water supplier to
    find out your local water hardness
    range if necessary.
    More information can be found under
    “Settings – Water hardness”.
     Enter your local water hardness (in
    °dH) and confirm with OK.
    Selecting the water supply (Mains
    water)
    The coffee machine is intended to be
    plumbed into the mains water supply.
    You can select one of the following
    options:

     Open the coffee machine door.

    – On: The water container will be filled
    automatically via the mains water
    connection.
    – Off: You must fill the water container
    manually. A message appears in the
    display to inform you of this.
     Select the option you want.
    Setting up automatic cleaning and
    descaling

     Remove the maintenance container
    on the left-hand side.

    Information about automatic cleaning
    and descaling will appear in the display.
     Confirm with OK.
    Tip: Touch Help to display an illustrated
    guide.
    Fitting the cleaning cartridge
    You will now be prompted to fit the
    cleaning cartridge.

     Pull the cleaning cartridge holder
    forwards to remove it.
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    Before using for the first time
     Once the cleaning cartridge has been
    removed from its packaging, unscrew
    the screw cap. The cap is no longer
    required.

     Fit the descaling cartridge and push it
    upwards as far as it will go.
     Slide the descaling cartridge holder
    back into place.
     Put the maintenance container back
    inside the coffee machine and close
    the machine door.
    The descaling cartridge will fill with
    water the next time the machine is
    switched off.
    Always wait for the coffee machine
    to switch itself off. Do not force it to
    do so.

     Screw the cleaning cartridge into the
    holder upside down.
     Push the holder and cartridge into the
    coffee machine until the holder
    audibly clicks into place.
    Fitting the descaling cartridge
     Take the descaling cartridge out of its
    packaging.

    Once the cleaning and descaling
    cartridges have been fitted, a message
    will appear regarding the current start
    time set for automatic cleaning and
    descaling.
     If you want to change the start time,
    touch Timer and select the required
    time.
     Confirm with OK.
    You can also adjust the start time for
    automatic cleaning and descaling at a
    later point.
    Selecting the Performance mode
    You can select the appropriate mode to
    suit your personal preferences (see
    “Settings – Performance mode”).
    – Eco mode: This is an energy-saving
    mode.

     Pull the descaling cartridge holder
    forwards.

    – Barista mode: This mode has been
    optimised for unadulterated coffee
    enjoyment.

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    Before using for the first time
    – Latte mode: In this mode, milkbased drinks can be prepared within
    a much shorter space of time.

     Fill the bean containers with roasted
    coffee beans.

     Select the mode you want.

     Put the lids back on the bean
    containers to seal them.

    The coffee machine is now successfully
    set up for use. You can now fill the bean
    system.

     Push the bean containers all the way
    back into the coffee machine. Close
    the machine door.

    Setting up the bean system

    Tip: Make a note of each type of bean.

    After setting up the coffee machine, you
    will be prompted to set up the bean
    system. The coffee machine will assist
    you when first filling and naming the
    bean containers.
     Touch Yes.
    If you select No, the assistant for
    setting up the bean system will not be
    shown again.

    After filling the bean containers, you
    can now name the types of beans.
    Naming the types of beans
    The 3 bean containers are shown in the
    display as follows and are pre-named.

    Type of beans
    Type A

    Type B

    Type C
    Filling the bean containers
    The coffee machine has 2 bean
    container drawers on the top left and
    right.

    If you rename the bean containers,
    please note the following:

     Open the machine door.

    – It is best to select short names.
    – If you are using the same type of
    beans in 2 or 3 bean containers at
    the same time (for instance because
    you only use one type of bean), make
    sure you name them in exactly the
    same way.
    Name type of beans for bean container?

    appears in the display and Type A is
    highlighted in orange.
     Touch Yes.
    The editor will open in the display.
     Pull the bean containers out and take
    off the lids.
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    Before using for the first time
     Now name the other 2 bean
    containers.
    <Type XY> Allocate

    will appear in the title

    bar of the display.
    Allocating types of beans
    Now you need to allocate the drinks to
    the types of beans. Selected drinks are
    highlighted in orange.
     Now select the drinks that are to be
    prepared with this type of bean.
    Confirm your selection with OK.
    Now it is time to allocate the next type
    of bean. The coffee drinks that have not
    yet been allocated are displayed.
     Select the drinks that are to be
    prepared with this type of bean.
    Confirm with OK.
    Any remaining drinks which have not
    been selected will be allocated to the
    third bean type.
    You have set up the bean system and
    you can now prepare drinks.
    Tip: Touch All drinks to select all the
    drinks. You can then deselect the ones
    you do not want.
    If you do not allocate the bean
    containers to the drinks, you will be
    asked what type of bean you want to
    use for the coffee as you make it.
    To ensure that any coffee residues
    from the factory testing process are
    removed from the brewing system,
    please throw away the first 2 cups of
    coffee when using the coffee
    machine for the first time.

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    Bean system
    Coffee or espresso can be made from
    whole roasted coffee beans which are
    freshly ground for each portion.
    Your coffee machine has a bean system
    with 3 bean containers which can be
    filled with different types of beans or
    even just one type. You can allocate
    bean types to individual coffee drinks
    however you like. Alternatively, you can
    create your own user profiles that do
    not have the same bean types allocated
    to the coffee drinks as the Miele
    profiles.

     Risk of damage to the grinder
    due to incorrect operation.
    The coffee machine will be damaged
    if the bean container is filled with
    unsuitable substances such as
    liquids, ground coffee or coffee
    beans treated with sugar, caramel or
    similar.
    In addition, green (unroasted) coffee
    beans or mixtures of coffee beans
    which contain green coffee beans
    can damage the grinder. Green
    coffee beans are very hard and still
    contain residual moisture. These can
    damage the coffee machine grinder
    as soon as grinding begins.
    Only put roasted coffee beans in the
    bean container.
    If decaffeinated coffee beans are
    used after dispensing a drink with
    caffeinated beans, there may still be
    residues from the caffeinated beans
    in the grinder or brew chamber.
    Please be aware that minimal
    residues of caffeinated beans may
    be present in the next drink that you
    make.
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    Changing bean system
    settings (Type of beans)
    The drinks menu is displayed.
     Touch the  sensor.
     Select Settings and then Type of beans.
    The schematic representation of the
    bean containers is displayed.

    Type of beans
    Type A

    Type B

    Type C
     Select a bean type.
    You can now change the name of the
    bean type or how it is allocated.
    Tip: If you want to allocate another type
    of bean to a coffee drink, you can also
    do this under “Change
    parameters” (see “Parameters – Type of
    beans”).
    Renaming the type of beans
     Touch Change name.
    The editor will open in the display.
    If you rename the type of beans, please
    note the following:
    – It is best to select short names.
    – If you are using the same type of
    beans in 2 or 3 bean containers at
    the same time (for instance because
    you only use one type of bean), make
    sure you name them in exactly the
    same way.
     Enter the name you want and then
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    Bean system
    If you switch from having identical
    names to having different names, you
    will then need to allocate coffee drinks
    to the newly named type of bean.
    Changing how the bean containers
    are allocated
    If you have created extra user profiles
    for coffee drinks in addition to the
    Miele standard profile, the bean types
    can be individually allocated to the
    drinks in each profile.
     Touch Change allocation.
    If you have set up 1 or more profiles
    and at least 1 coffee drink, first select
    the profile.
     Select the profile for which you want
    to allocate the types of beans.
    All coffee drinks will be listed. The
    already allocated drinks will be
    highlighted in orange.
     Change the allocation as required
    and then confirm with OK.
    Tip: Touch All drinks to select all the
    drinks. You can then deselect the ones
    you do not want.
    If you do not allocate a type of bean,
    you will be asked what type of bean
    you want to use for the coffee as you
    make it.

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    Filling the water container
     Risk to health due to
    contaminated water.
    Bacteria can develop in water which
    has been sitting in the water
    container for too long and is a risk to
    your health. Water that gets left in
    the inlet hose can also impair the
    flavour if you do not make any drinks
    for a long time.
    Change the water in the water
    container every day.
    Discard the first full container of
    water if you have not made any
    drinks for a while.

     Open the machine door.

    If the coffee machine is plumbed into
    the mains drinking water supply, the
    water container will fill automatically as
    soon as the coffee machine is switched
    on.
    You can fill the water container
    manually at any time.

     Risk of damage due to incorrect
    operation.
    Unsuitable liquids such as hot or
    warm water or other liquids can
    damage the coffee machine.
    Carbonated water leaves too much
    limescale in the coffee machine.
    If filling the water container manually:
    Only use fresh, cold tap water.

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     Pull the water container forwards to
    remove it.
     Fill the water container with fresh,
    cold tap water up to the “max.” mark.
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    Switching on and off
    Switching the coffee machine
    on

    Switching off for longer
    periods of time

     Touch the On/Off button .

    If the coffee machine is not going to be
    used for a while, e.g. if you are going on
    holiday, remember to do the following:

    The coffee machine heats up and rinses
    the pipework. Hot water will run out of
    the central spout.
    You can now make drinks.
    If the coffee machine is already at
    operating temperature, rinsing will not
    take place.

     Empty the drip tray, the waste
    container and the water container.
     Clean all parts thoroughly, including
    the brew unit and interior of the
    machine.
     Switch the coffee machine off.

    Switching the coffee machine
    off
     Touch the On/Off button .
    If coffee has been dispensed, the coffee
    machine will rinse the coffee pipework
    automatically before switching off.
    While dispensing a drink or during
    maintenance processes, moisture
    builds up in the coffee machine. The
    fan inside the machine expels
    moisture from the interior. Once a
    drink has been dispensed or the
    machine has been switched off, the
    fan will continue to run for up
    to 30 minutes or so. You will hear an
    accompanying noise.

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    Spout adjustment
    The central spout cannot be manually
    adjusted.
    Before making the drink, the central
    spout moves down and the cup sensor
    stops it at the optimum height for the
    cups or glasses being used.
    When the coffee machine is switched
    off, the central spout will be in the
    middle position.
    When a maintenance programme is
    being carried out, the central spout will
    move to the height of the maintenance
    container or into a low maintenance
    position.
    Make sure that the central spout is in
    the top or middle position before you
    open the door.

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    Making drinks
     Danger of burning and scalding
    on the dispensing spouts.
    The liquids and steam dispensed are
    very hot and can cause scalding.
    Keep well away from the area
    underneath the spouts when hot
    liquids and steam are being
    dispensed.
    Do not touch hot components.

    Making coffee with and
    without milk
    The following drinks can be made:
    – Ristretto is a strong, concentrated
    espresso. It is prepared with the
    same amount of coffee as for an
    espresso but with a lot less water.
    – Espresso is a strong aromatic coffee
    with a thick hazelnut brown coloured
    froth – known as the crema – on top.
    We recommend using espressoroasted coffee beans to make an
    espresso.
    – Coffee differs from espresso by the
    increased amount of water and the
    roast of the beans.
    We recommend using coffee beans
    of the correct roast to make the
    coffee.

    – Cappuccino consists of approx.
    2 thirds milk froth and 1 third
    espresso.
    – Latte macchiato consists of 1 third
    each of hot milk, milk froth and
    espresso.
    – Caffè latte consists of espresso and
    hot milk.
    – Cappuccino italiano has the same
    proportions of milk froth and
    espresso as a cappuccino. The
    difference is that the espresso is
    added first and then the milk froth.
    – Espresso macchiato is an espresso
    with a small amount of milk froth on
    top.
    – Flat white is a special variety of
    cappuccino that contains
    significantly more espresso than milk
    froth for an intensive coffee aroma.
    – Café au lait is a French style of
    coffee consisting of coffee and milk
    froth. Café au lait is usually served in
    a bowl.
    Hot milk or milk froth can also be
    made.

    – Long coffee is a coffee with
    considerably more water.
    – Long black. This is made with hot
    water and two shots of espresso.
    – Caffè Americano consists of
    espresso and hot water. The
    espresso is made first, then the hot
    water is dispensed into the cup.

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    Making drinks
    Preparing milk
    Milk or milk alternatives (e.g. soya
    milk) containing added sugar can
    clog up the milk pipe and the rest of
    the milk pipework. Residues from
    unsuitable liquids can interfere with
    milk preparation.
    The milk used must not contain any
    additives.
    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 content
    according to preference. With whole
    milk (at least 3.5 % fat), the milk froth
    will be slightly creamier than with lowfat milk.

    The milk flask
    Milk is not cooled in the milk flask.
    For high-quality milk froth, always
    use cold milk (< 10 °C).

    a Lid
    b Sensor
    c Milk suction tube
    d Glass flask
    Filling and inserting the milk flask
     Fill the milk flask with milk up to a
    maximum of 2 cm below the rim. Seal
    the milk flask with the lid.

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    Making drinks
    Making a coffee

     Push the milk flask back into the
    coffee machine until it clicks into
    place.
    Tip: It is easier to remove the milk flask
    with both hands.

     Place a container underneath the
    central spout.
     Select a coffee drink.
    Preparation will begin and the coffee
    will be dispensed into the container
    from the central spout.

    Cancelling a drink
     Press Stop or Cancel.

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    Making drinks
    DoubleShot
    Select the DoubleShot  function if
    you would like a particularly strong and
    aromatic coffee. In this case, more
    coffee beans will be ground and brewed
    halfway through the brewing process.
    The shorter extraction time means that
    fewer unwanted aromas and bitter
    compounds will be released.
    DoubleShot can be activated for all
    drinks apart from “Ristretto” and “Long
    black”.
    Making a DoubleShot  of coffee
    The  symbol will appear while
    drinks are being made.
     Touch the  symbol immediately
    before or after you start making a
    drink.
    Dispensing starts and the  symbol is
    highlighted in orange in the display.
    2 portions of coffee beans will be
    ground and brewed.

    Making 2 portions 
    You can dispense 2 portions of a drink
    into 1 large cup or into 2 cups at the
    same time.

     Place a cup under each of the coffee
    dispensers in the central spout.
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     Touch the  symbol immediately
    before or after you start making a
    drink.
    Dispensing starts and the  symbol is
    highlighted in orange in the display.
    2 portions of the desired drink will be
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    Making drinks
    Coffee pot
    You can make several cups of coffee
    one after the other automatically with
    the Coffee pot function (maximum
    of 1 litre).
    The drinks menu is displayed.
    Tip: Make sure that the bean and water
    containers have enough beans and
    water inside them before starting the
    Coffee pot function.
     Place a sufficiently large container
    under the central spout.
     Select Coffee pot.
    Tip: You will find Coffee pot at the end of
    the drinks menu.
     Select the number of cups you want
    (3 to 8).
     Follow the instructions in the display.
    Each portion of coffee will be brewed
    and dispensed individually. You can
    follow the process in the display.
    You can interrupt preparation at any
    time.
     Touch Cancel.

    Tea
    The coffee machine is not intended for
    commercial or scientific purposes.
    Temperatures given are approximate
    and can vary according to ambient
    conditions.
    To make tea, you can select from the
    following options:
    – Japanese tea is a high-quality green
    tea 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 only
    the young buds of the tea plant are
    used and processed very gently.
    White tea has a particularly mild
    taste.
    Dispensed temperature:
    approx. 70 °C, brewing time:
    approx. 2 minutes
    – Green tea gets its green colour from
    the leaves of the tea plant. The tea
    leaves are either roasted or steamed
    depending on the region. Green tea
    can be infused multiple times.
    Dispensed temperature:
    approx. 80 °C, brewing time:
    approx. 2.5 minutes
    – Black tea gets its dark colour and
    characteristic taste from the
    fermentation of tea leaves. Black tea
    can be enjoyed with a little lemon or
    milk.
    Dispensed temperature:
    approx. 97 °C, brewing time:
    approx. 3 minutes

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    Making drinks
    – Chai latte has its origins in traditional
    Ayurveda medicine as a black tea
    with typically Indian spices and milk.
    The milk mellows the spices and tops
    off the flavour experience.
    Dispensed temperature:
    approx. 97 °C, brewing time:
    approx. 3 minutes
    – Herbal tea is an aromatic infusion
    drink made up of dried leaves or
    fresh parts of plants.
    Dispensed temperature:
    approx. 97 °C, brewing time:
    approx. 8 minutes
    – Fruit tea is made from dried pieces
    of fruit and/or parts of plants, e.g.
    rose hip. The taste of the drink varies
    according to which plants are used
    and how they are blended. Lots of
    fruit teas are also flavoured.
    Dispensed temperature:
    approx. 97 °C, brewing time:
    approx. 8 minutes
    The type of tea determines the preset
    temperature.
    The respective dispensing temperatures
    are the ones that Miele recommends for
    making the types of tea concerned.
    You can adjust the dispensing
    temperatures used for the individual
    teas by customising the brewing
    temperature (see “Parameters –
    Brewing temperature”). A temperature
    increment of approximately 2 °C
    makes a noticeable difference.
    Whether you use loose tea leaves,
    blended tea or tea bags depends on
    your own personal preference.

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    Follow the instructions for making
    tea on the tea packaging.
    The amount of tea required varies from
    one type of tea to another. Always
    follow the recommendations of the
    manufacturer on the packaging or of
    the retailer. You can adjust the amount
    of water according to the type of tea
    and the size of the cup (see “Portion
    size”).
    TeaTimer
    You can use the TeaTimer function to
    start a minute minder when making tea.
    There is a preset brewing time for the
    type of tea selected. You can adjust the
    preset brewing time (up to a maximum
    of 14:59 minutes).
    There are 2 TeaTimer functions
    available and they can be started
    independently of one another. The
    TeaTimer is shown together with the
    associated brewing time in the top right
    of the display.
    While the brewing time is counting
    down, you can continue to use the
    coffee machine as normal. After the
    brewing time has elapsed, a buzzer will
    sound and the  symbol will flash.
    Setting the TeaTimer
    You can choose between the following
    options:
    – Automatic: The TeaTimer starts
    automatically once the water has
    been dispensed.
    – Manual: Once the water has been
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    Making drinks
    The drinks menu is displayed.

    Teapot

     Touch the  sensor.

     Select the setting you want.

    The Teapot function allows you to make
    a large quantity of tea (maximum
    of 1 litre). The type of tea selected
    determines the preset temperature.

    Making tea

    The drinks menu is displayed.

    The drinks menu is displayed.

    Tip: Make sure that the water container
    has enough water inside it before you
    start making a pot of tea.

     Select Settings | Timer | TeaTimer.

     Pour loose tea into a tea filter or
    similar, or take a tea bag from the
    packet.

     Place a sufficiently large container
    under the central spout.

     Place the tea filter or the tea bag in
    the tea cup.

     Select the teapot option you want.

     Place the tea cup under the central
    spout.

     Select the number of cups you want
    (3 to 8).

     Select the type of tea from the
    display.

    You can interrupt preparation at any
    time.

    Hot water will be dispensed into the
    cup.

     Touch Cancel.

    If TeaTimer | Automatic has been
    selected, the minute minder for the
    brewing time will start running once the
    water has been dispensed.

    You can choose between the following
    options:

    Starting the TeaTimer manually

    – Warm water at approx. 65 °C

     Touch TeaTimer.

    The drinks menu is displayed.

    The editor will open with a suggested
    time.

     Place a suitable container underneath
    the central spout.

     Change the brewing time if necessary
    and confirm with OK.

     Choose between warm or hot water.

    Dispensing warm or hot water

    – Hot water at approx. 90 °C

    Dispensing will start.

    After the brewing time has elapsed, a
    buzzer will sound and the  symbol will
    flash.
     Now remove the tea leaves or the tea
    bag.

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    Expert mode
    In Expert mode, you can allocate a
    bean type temporarily and change the
    portion size while the drink is being
    made. The setting will not be saved and
    will only apply for the current drink.

    Activating and deactivating
    Expert mode
    Expert mode is located in the pull-down
    menu at the top edge of the screen.
     Touch the top edge of the screen in
    the middle and drag down with your
    finger to open Expert mode.
    The schematic representation of the
    bean containers is displayed.
     Touch Expert mode.

    Expert mode: changing the
    portion size
    The drinks menu is displayed.
    If you select DoubleShot  or
    2 portions , Expert mode cannot be
    used to change the portion size.
     Select a drink.
    Dispensing will start. You can adjust the
    portion size while it is being dispensed,
    e.g. individually change the amount of
    hot milk, milk froth and espresso for a
    latte macchiato.

    Dispensing

    Expert mode is active when Expert mode
    is highlighted in orange.
     To exit the pull-down menu, drag the
    menu window back up to the top or
    touch an area of the screen outside of
    the pull-down menu.

    Expert mode: allocating bean
    containers temporarily
     Touch the top edge of the screen and
    open the Expert mode pull-down
    menu.
     Now select the bean container
    containing the beans you want to use
    for the current drink.
     To close the menu window, drag it
    back up to the top.
     If necessary, switch to the drinks
    menu.
     Now start making the drink.

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    Grinder setting
    When the beans are ground correctly,
    the coffee or espresso will flow evenly
    into the cup with a good crema.
    The crema should have an even
    hazelnut brown colour.

     Remove the water container.

    The grinder setting you select will be
    used for all coffee drinks.
    There are various ways to tell whether
    the coffee grinder is set correctly.
    The coffee has been too coarsely
    ground if:
    – Espresso or coffee flows into the cup
    too quickly,
    – the crema is very pale and uneven,
    Set a finer grinder setting.
    The coffee has been too finely ground
    if:
    – espresso or coffee flows into the cup
    very slowly,
    – the crema is dark brown,

     Push the slide control a maximum of
    one setting forwards (for finer
    grinding) 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, if
    required.

    Set a coarser grinder setting.
    Only adjust the grinder one setting at
    a time.
    Start making a new drink, to grind
    beans again. Adjust the grinder
    setting one setting at a time again.

    Adjusting the fineness of grind
    The slide control for adjusting the
    fineness is located on the top left
    behind the water container.
    The grinder setting is set for all bean
    types.
     Open the machine door.
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    Parameters
    Displaying and changing
    parameters

    Increase the amount of coffee so that
    more ground coffee is brewed.

    You can individually adjust the following
    parameters for each drink:

    The amount of coffee is too high, if

    – Type of beans

    – espresso or coffee flows into the cup
    very slowly,

    – Amount of coffee

    – the crema is dark brown,

    – Brew temperature

    – the espresso or coffee tastes bitter.

    – Pre-brewing

    Decrease the amount of coffee so that
    less ground coffee is brewed.

    You can adjust the brewing temperature
    for making tea and dispensing warm
    and hot water.
    The drinks menu is displayed.
     Touch the name of the drink you want
    and keep your finger on it until the
    associated context menu appears.
     Select Parameters.
    The Parameters menu is displayed.
     Select the parameter you want.
    The current setting is displayed.
     Change the setting as required.

    Ground quantity
    The coffee machine can grind and brew
    7.5–12.5 g of coffee beans per cup. The
    greater the quantity, the stronger the
    coffee.
    There are various ways to tell whether
    the amount of coffee is set correctly:
    The amount of coffee is too low if
    – espresso or coffee flows into the cup
    too quickly,
    – the crema is very pale and uneven,
    – the espresso or coffee lacks body.
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    Brewing temperature
    The ideal brewing temperature will
    depend on
    – the type of coffee being used,
    – whether an espresso or a coffee is
    being made, and
    – the air pressure in the region.
    Tip: Not all types of coffee tolerate high
    temperatures. Several types are
    sensitive to high temperatures, resulting
    in an impaired crema and taste.
    You can also adjust the brewing
    temperature for making tea and
    dispensing warm and hot water.

    Pre-brewing the coffee
    When the pre-brewing function is
    switched on, the freshly ground coffee
    is first moistened with a little hot water.
    Then the remaining water is forced
    through the moistened coffee at high
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    Parameters
    You can set pre-brewing for a short or
    long length of time, or deselect “ Prebrewing ” altogether.
    The machine is supplied with the “Prebrewing” function switched off.

    Type of beans
    You can display which type of bean is
    currently being used for this coffee
    drink or change which bean container is
    allocated to it.

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    Portion size
    The flavour of the coffee produced
    depends not only on the type of coffee,
    but also on the amount of water used.
    You can programme the amount of
    water for all coffee drinks, tea and hot
    water to suit the size of your cups and
    the type of coffee you are using. This
    does not alter the amount of coffee
    used.
    For coffee drinks with milk, you can also
    set the amount of milk or milk froth to
    suit your personal taste. You can also
    set the portion sizes for hot milk and
    milk froth.
    The changed portion size is always
    saved in the current profile. The name
    of the current profile is shown in the
    top left of the display.
    If the water container becomes empty
    whilst making a drink, the coffee
    machine will stop programming the
    portion size. The portion size will not
    be saved.
    The drinks menu is displayed.
     Place the desired cup under the
    central spout.
     Touch the drink you want and keep
    your finger on it until the context
    menu opens.
     Touch Portion size.
    The drink will now be made. Save will
    appear in the display as soon as the
    minimum dispensing amount is
    reached.
     When the cup is filled to the level you
    want, touch Save.

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    If the maximum amount is reached,
    preparation stops and the maximum
    possible amount is saved.
    If you want to change the portion size
    for coffee drinks made with milk or hot
    water, the ingredients which make up
    the drink will be saved one after the
    other while the drink is being made.
    The programmed mix of ingredients and
    portion size will now be dispensed
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    Resetting drinks
    You can reset portion sizes and
    parameters to their factory default
    settings for individual drinks or for all
    drinks.
    The drinks menu is displayed.
     Touch the drink you want and keep
    your finger on it until the context
    menu opens.
     Select Reset and confirm with Yes.
    The portion size and parameters are
    reset to their factory default settings.
    The allocated bean type remains stored.

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    Profiles
    In addition to the Miele drinks menu
    (Miele profile), you can create individual
    profiles to cater for different tastes and
    preferences.
    Within the profile, you can adjust the
    portion sizes and parameters
    individually for all drinks.
    The name of the current profile is
    shown in the top left of the display.

    Creating a profile
    The drinks menu is displayed.
     Touch Profiles.
    The Profiles menu opens.
     Touch Create profile.
    The editor will open in the display.
     Enter the name you want and then
    touch Save.
    The profile has been created. You can
    now create drinks (see “Profiles:
    creating and editing drinks”).

    Editing profiles
    Once you have created a profile, you
    can rename, delete or move profiles via
    the context menu.
     To do this, touch the profile name and
    keep your finger on it until the context
    menu appears.
     Edit the entry as required.

    Setting when the profile should
    change
    You can choose between the following
    options:

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    – Manual: The selected profile will
    remain active until you select another
    one.
    – After each use: The machine will
    revert to the Miele profile whenever a
    drink is dispensed.
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    Profiles: creating and editing drinks
    You can save frequently made drinks in
    a profile with your own individual
    settings (see “Profiles”).

     Touch the name of the drink and keep
    your finger on it until the context
    menu appears.

    You can also change the names of your
    drinks and delete any unwanted drinks
    from your profile. You can save a
    maximum of 9 drinks in a profile.

     Edit the entry as required.

    Creating a drink
    You can create new drinks based on
    existing drinks.
    The drinks menu is displayed.
     Start by accessing the profile you
    want as follows: touch Profiles and
    select the profile.
    The name of the profile is shown in the
    top left of the display.
     Touch Create drink.
     Now select a drink.
     Change the portion size or drink
    parameters for this drink.
    Preparation will begin and you can save
    the portions of each component as
    desired.
     Enter a name for the new drink and
    touch Save.
    The newly created drink will appear in
    the profile.

    Renaming, moving or deleting
    an entry
    Once you have created some drinks,
    you can edit these entries in the context
    menu.
    The desired profile with the newly
    created drinks will appear in the display.
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    MyMiele
    You can display drinks you make
    frequently, drinks from profiles and
    maintenance programmes in the
    MyMiele screen.
    Tip: You can also set menu options that
    you have entered in MyMiele as your
    start screen (see “Settings – Start
    screen”).
    The main menu is displayed.
     Touch MyMiele.
    You can now configure MyMiele.
    MyMiele: adding an entry
     Touch Add entry.
    You can now add entries from the
    following menus:
    – Drinks
    – Profiles
    – Maintenance
     Select an entry.
     Confirm the message with OK.
    A box containing the selected option
    will appear. This also shows which
    menu it comes from.
    MyMiele: deleting or moving an entry
    Once you have created some entries,
    you can move or delete them via the
    context menu in the MyMiele screen.
     To do this, touch the entry you want
    and keep your finger on it until the
    context menu appears.
     Move or delete the entry as required.

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    MobileStart 
    With MobileStart  you can, for
    example, start making a drink via the
    Miele@mobile app.
    You will only be able to use
    MobileStart if Miele@home has been
    set up for your coffee machine.

     Danger of burning and scalding
    on the dispensing spouts.
    If liquids or steam are dispensed
    while the machine is unsupervised,
    persons may burn themselves if they
    place body parts under the central
    spout or touch hot components.
    Ensure that no one, especially
    children, can be harmed if the
    machine is operated without
    supervision.
    Automatic cleaning and descaling will
    not start if MobileStart  is activated.
    The pipework is not pre-warmed when
    the machine is switched on either so
    that the cup under the central spout is
    not filled with rinse water.
    Milk is not cooled in the milk flask. If
    you want to start making a drink with
    milk using the app, make sure that the
    milk is sufficiently cold (< 10 °C).
    If the coffee machine is being
    operated manually, it cannot be
    operated via the app. Operation on the
    machine takes precedence.
    To start making drinks remotely,
    MobileStart  must be activated and
    the coffee machine must be ready to
    use. This means:

    – The bean container contains enough
    beans.
    – The drip tray and waste container are
    empty.
    – If milk was used before the machine
    was last switched off, the milk
    pipework must have been rinsed
    before switching it off.
    – If milk is being prepared, the milk
    flask must be attached. Pay attention
    to the temperature of the milk.
    – A sufficiently large, empty cup has
    been placed under the central spout.
    MobileStart will be deactivated after
    24 hours.
    If you are making a drink with
    MobileStart , you will be notified of
    drink dispensing with acoustic and
    optical signals. These signals cannot
    be changed or switched off.

    Switching MobileStart on
    and off
    If you want to use MobileStart , the
    Remote control option must be switched
    on.
    The drinks menu is displayed.
     Touch the  sensor.
    The  sensor lights up. You can now
    starting making a drink via the app.
    Follow the prompts for doing this.

    – The water container is sufficiently
    filled.
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    Settings
    You can personalise your coffee
    machine by adapting the factory default
    settings to suit your requirements.

    Displaying and changing
    settings

    – Off: The time is not visible in the
    display.
    – Night dimming: To save energy, the
    time is only displayed between 5 am
    and 11 pm.

    The drinks menu is displayed.

    Clock type

     Touch the  sensor.

    The time of day can be displayed in
    analogue (clock face) or digital (hours:
    minutes plus date) format when the
    coffee machine is switched off.

     Select Settings.
     Select the option you want to
    change.
     Change the setting.
    If necessary, confirm your choice
    with OK.
    Some settings which can be found in
    the Settings menu are described in
    their separate sections in the
    operating instructions.

    Language
    You can select the language (and
    country variant of that language) for all
    display text.
    Tip: If you select the wrong language
    by mistake, you can find the
    “Language” option again via the
     symbol.

    Time
    Display (Clock display)
    Select how you want the time of day to
    show in the display when the coffee
    machine is switched off:
    – On: The time is always visible in the
    display.
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    Clock format
    – 24-hour display (24 h)
    – 12-hour display (12 h (am/pm))
    Setting
    Set the hours and the minutes.
    Tip: There is a shortcut for setting the
    time without having to access the
    Settings menu: simply touch the time of
    day on the top right of the display.
    If the coffee machine has been
    connected to a WiFi network and
    signed into the Miele@mobile app, the
    time will be synchronised based on
    the country setting in the
    Miele@mobile app.

    Date
    Set the date.
    The date will only appear if the
    following setting is selected: Time |
    Clock type | Digital.

    Start screen
    You can choose which screen appears
    when the coffee machine is switched
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    Settings
    to display a personalised menu (see
    “MyMiele”).
    The new start screen will appear when
    the coffee machine is next switched on.
    The drinks menu is set as the start
    screen by default.

    Timer
    Appliance timer
    You can set different times for the timer
    at the weekend (Sat. and Sun.) and/or
    from Monday to Friday (Monday-Friday).
    Alternatively, you can select Daily to use
    the same timer settings every day.
    Tip: If you are unable to set the timers
    because the screen is greyed out, touch
    On to enable timer adjustment.

    machine from switching itself on
    unnecessarily, for example, whilst you
    are away on holiday.
    The programmed times will, however,
    remain in the memory and will be
    reactivated when the machine is next
    switched back on manually.
    If you have set the time to be displayed
    while the machine is switched off
    (Display | On or Night dimming) and the
    time is being displayed in digital format
    (Clock type | Digital), the  symbol and
    the desired switching-on time will
    appear in the display 23:59 hours
    beforehand.
    Switch off at (Off at)
    The coffee machine switches off at a
    particular time.

    To save and activate the timer
    functions, select Accept all.

    Switch off after (Switch off after)

    To deactivate the timer functions, select
    Switch all off.

    The coffee machine switches off after a
    particular length of time if no sensors
    have been pressed.

    allows you to deactivate timers
    individually. In this case, the following
    will appear in the display: -- --.
    Delete

    Switch on at (On at)
    The coffee machine switches on at a
    particular time, e.g. in the morning for
    breakfast.
    The coffee machine will not switch on
    at the required time if you have
    activated the system lock.
    The timer settings are deactivated.
    Once the coffee machine has come on
    automatically three times at the set
    time without any drinks being
    dispensed, it will stop switching on
    automatically. This prevents the coffee

    By default, the coffee machine
    switches off after 20 minutes.
    You can change this to another time of
    between 20 minutes and 9 hours.
    If you deactivate the timer functions by
    selecting Switch all off, the coffee
    machine will switch off after the last set
    time.
    Maintenance timer
    In the Maintenance Timer, you can
    select any start time you like for the
    automatic maintenance programmes.
    Please note that the automatic
    maintenance programmes can take up
    to 2.5 hours to run once the activation
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    Settings
    and rinsing phases have been factored
    in. For this reason, it is best to set an
    evening time or a regular time during
    the day when you are always out.

    You can use the  sensor to switch
    the lighting on or off at any time,
    provided that the coffee machine is
    switched on.

    You can set different start times for the
    weekend (Sat. and Sun.) and/or for
    Monday to Friday (Monday-Friday).

    If the coffee machine is switched off,
    you can still switch the lighting on or
    off whenever you like but you will need
    to select the following settings first:

    TeaTimer
    You can use the TeaTimer to start a
    minute minder when making tea (see
    “Making drinks – TeaTimer”).

    Volume
    You can set the volume of the buzzer
    and keypad tones using the bar chart.

    Display
    Brightness
    The display brightness is adjusted via a
    bar with seven segments.
    Colour scheme
    Choose between a light or dark colour
    scheme for the display.
    QuickTouch
    Use this setting to define whether
    the  sensor and movement sensor
    should respond when the coffee
    machine is off and the time is being
    shown in the display (Time | Display | On
    or Night dimming).

    Lighting
    Use the segment bar to set the lighting
    intensity.

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    Time | Display | On

    or Night dimming
    (time of day is displayed)



    Display

    | QuickTouch | On

    Info (display information)
    In the Info menu option, you can display
    the number of drinks dispensed and the
    fill levels of the cartridges (provided that
    they have been fitted).

    Fresh water
    The machine is intended to be plumbed
    into the mains water supply. Fresh
    water is automatically taken into the
    water container when the mains water
    connection is on. If it is switched off,
    you must fill the water container
    manually.

    Altitude
    If the coffee machine is installed at high
    altitudes, the lower air pressure will
    cause the water to boil at a lower
    temperature. You can set the local
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    Settings
    Performance mode
    You can select the appropriate
    performance mode for how you use
    your machine. Eco mode is set by
    default.
    Eco mode
    Eco mode is an energy-saving mode.
    The system does not heat up until
    someone starts making a drink.

    Before switching off the coffee
    machine, empty the drip tray and fill
    the water container so that any
    pending maintenance programmes
    are able to run.
    Clean the coffee machine thoroughly
    after intensive use, particularly the
    milk pipework. It may be necessary
    to descale the coffee machine
    manually and degrease the brew
    unit.

    Barista mode
    This performance mode has been
    optimised for unadulterated coffee
    enjoyment. Users can enjoy coffeebased drinks without any delay as the
    coffee machine remains heated to the
    brewing temperature. This mode
    consumes more energy than Eco mode.
    Latte mode
    This performance mode has been
    optimised for preparing milk. Milkbased drinks can be prepared within a
    much shorter space of time. This mode
    consumes more energy than Eco mode
    and Barista mode.
    Party mode
    This performance mode has been
    configured for the occasional intensive
    use of the coffee machine, e.g. for
    family get-togethers.

    Please note the following information
    about Party mode:
    – The general pipework is rinsed much
    less frequently or not at all. The milk
    pipework is not rinsed until
    around 1 hour after milk was last
    dispensed.
    – Cleaning status messages or
    cleaning prompts are suppressed
    and delayed until the machine is next
    switched on.
    – The Off at and Switch off after timers
    are deactivated. The coffee machine
    switches off 6 hours after the last
    sensor was pressed.
    – The cup light remains permanently
    switched on at the maximum
    brightness level for as long as the
    coffee machine stays switched on.

    Water hardness
    Programme the coffee machine to the
    water hardness level of your area so
    that it functions correctly and does not
    get damaged.
    Contact your local water supplier to find
    out your local water hardness range if
    necessary.
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    Settings
    If you are using bottled drinking water,
    e.g. mineral water, select settings
    according to the calcium content. The
    calcium content is given on the label of
    2+
    the bottle in mg/l Ca or ppm
    2+
    (mg Ca /l).
    Do not use carbonated water.
    The hardness level is set to 21 °dH by
    default.
    Water hardness
    °dH

    mmol/l

    Calcium
    content
    mg/l Ca

    2+

    Setting
    or

    ppm (mg Ca

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    2+

    /l)

    Water hardness
    °dH

    mmol/l

    Calcium
    content
    mg/l Ca

    2+

    Setting
    or

    ppm (mg Ca

    2+

    /l)

    21

    3.8

    150

    21

    22

    4.0

    157

    22

    23

    4.1

    164

    23

    24

    4.3

    171

    24

    25

    4.5

    179

    25

    26

    4.7

    186

    26

    27

    4.9

    193

    27

    28

    5.0

    200

    28

    29

    5.2

    207

    29

    1

    0.2

    7

    1

    30

    5.4

    214

    30

    2

    0.4

    14

    2

    31

    5.6

    221

    31

    3

    0.5

    21

    3

    32

    5.8

    229

    32

    4

    0.7

    29

    4

    33

    5.9

    236

    33

    5

    0.9

    36

    5

    34

    6.1

    243

    34

    6

    1.1

    43

    6

    35

    6.3

    250

    35

    7

    1.3

    50

    7

    36

    6.5

    257

    36

    8

    1.4

    57

    8

    37-45

    6.6-8.0

    258–321

    37-45

    9

    1.6

    64

    9

    46-60

    8.2-10.7

    322–429

    46-60

    10

    1.9

    71

    10

    61-70

    61-70

    2.0

    79

    11

    10.9-12.
    5

    430-500

    11
    12

    2.2

    86

    12

    13

    2.3

    93

    13

    14

    2.5

    100

    14

    15

    2.7

    107

    15

    16

    2.9

    114

    16

    17

    3.1

    121

    17

    18

    3.2

    129

    18

    19

    3.4

    136

    19

    20

    3.6

    143

    20

    Tip: If your water hardness is >21 °dH
    (3.7 mmol/l), we recommend using
    bottled drinking water instead
    2+
    (< 150 mg/l Ca ). This will mean your
    coffee machine will need to be
    descaled less often and there will be
    less impact on the environment
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    Settings
    Proximity sensor

    The movement sensor detects when
    you approach the touch display with
    your hand or body. You can activate the
    following functions individually:
    – Switch light on: You can decide
    whether the light should come on
    when the coffee machine is on or off.
    – Acknowledge buzzer: Buzzer
    sounds are suppressed, e.g. in the
    event of the message Fill and replace
    the water container.
    – Switch the appliance on: The start
    screen is displayed.
    The movement sensor is deactivated by
    default.
    If you want the movement sensor to
    respond even when the coffee
    machine is switched off, activate
    QuickTouch as well (Display |
    QuickTouch | On).
    When the system lock is activated, the
    movement sensor functions are
    deactivated.

    System lock 
    You can lock the coffee machine to
    prevent it being used without your
    knowledge, by children, for example.

    When the system lock is activated, the
    settings for the On at timer and the
    movement sensor are deactivated.
    The coffee machine will not switch on
    at the set time and/or will not respond
    to movement when someone
    approaches it.
    Temporarily deactivating the system
    lock 
     Touch the display for 6 seconds.
    The system lock is reactivated when the
    coffee machine is next switched off.

    Miele@home
    The following options may appear
    under Miele@home:
    – Set up: This option only appears if
    the coffee machine has never been
    connected to a WiFi network or if the
    network configuration has been reset.
    – Deactivate*/Activate*: The settings
    for the WiFi network are retained, but
    the network is switched on or off.
    – Connection status*: Information
    about the WiFi connection is
    displayed. The symbols indicate the
    strength of the connection.
    – Set up again*: The settings for the
    current WiFi network will be reset.
    The WiFi connection will be set up
    from scratch.
    * This menu option appears if
    Miele@home has been set up and the
    coffee machine has – where applicable
    – been connected to a WiFi network.

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    Settings
    Remote control
    The remote control option appears
    when the coffee machine is connected
    to a WiFi network.
    When remote control is switched on,
    you can – for example – change the
    coffee machine settings in the
    Miele@mobile app. To start making a
    drink via the app, MobileStart must be
    activated as well.
    The remote control function is switched
    on by default.

    SuperVision
    The SuperVision option appears when
    the coffee machine is connected to a
    WiFi network.
    SuperVision allows you to monitor other
    household appliances in the
    Miele@home system.
    SuperVision display
    When SuperVision is on (SuperVision |
    On), the  symbol appears in the
    display.
    Display in Standby mode
    SuperVision is also available in Standby
    mode if the time display function is
    switched on (Settings | Time | Display | On
    or Night dimming).
    Appliance list
    All household appliances signed in to
    the Miele@home system are listed.
    You can switch SuperVision on or off for
    the signed-in household appliances. If
    you switch off SuperVision for a

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    particular household appliance, any
    faults that occur in relation to this
    appliance will still be displayed.
    You can also switch the buzzer on or off
    for the listed household appliances.

    RemoteUpdate
    The RemoteUpdate menu option is
    only displayed and can only be
    selected if the requirements for using
    Miele@home have been met.
    The RemoteUpdate function allows the
    software on your coffee machine to be
    updated. If an update is available for
    your coffee machine, it will
    automatically download it. Updates will
    not be installed automatically. They
    must be initiated manually.
    If you do not install an update, you can
    continue to use your coffee machine in
    the usual way. However, Miele
    recommends installing updates.
    Activating/deactivating
    The RemoteUpdate function is
    activated by default. Available updates
    will be downloaded automatically but
    will only be installed if you initiate
    installation manually.
    Deactivate RemoteUpdate if you do not
    want any updates to be downloaded
    automatically.
    Running a RemoteUpdate
    Information about the content and
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    Settings
    A message will appear in your coffee
    machine display if a software update is
    available.
    You can install the update immediately
    or postpone this until later. When the
    coffee machine is switched on again,
    you will be reminded about the update.
    Deactivate RemoteUpdate if you do not
    want to install the update.
    The update may take several minutes.
    Please note the following information
    about the RemoteUpdate function:

    Showroom programme (Demo
    mode)
    Do not activate this setting for
    domestic use.
    The Showroom programme | Demo mode
    function enables the coffee machine to
    be demonstrated in shops or
    showrooms. In this mode, the machine
    lights up but no drinks can be prepared
    and no maintenance programmes can
    be run.

    Factory defaults

    – You will only receive a message when
    an update is available.

    You can reset the coffee machine to its
    factory default settings.

    – Once an update has been installed, it
    cannot be undone.

    MyMiele can be reset separately.

    – Do not switch the coffee machine off
    during the update. Otherwise, the
    update will be aborted and will not be
    installed.
    – Some software updates can only be
    carried out by the Miele Customer
    Service Department.

    Software version
    The “Software version” menu option is
    intended for the Miele Customer
    Service Department. You do not need
    this information for domestic use.

    Legal information
    This menu option contains details of the
    open source licences used.

    The following will not be reset:
    – The number of drinks dispensed
    and the machine status (No. of
    portions until machine needs
    descaling, ... brew unit needs
    degreasing)
    – Language
    – Time and date
    – Profiles and their associated drinks
    (the allocation of bean types to
    drinks is reset)
    – Miele@home
    The Maintenance timer is reset to 2:00
    h.

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     Risk to health due to inadequate cleaning
    Heat and moisture inside the coffee machine can cause coffee residues to
    become mouldy and/or milk residues to go off and pose a risk to health.
    Carefully clean the coffee machine regularly.

    Overview of cleaning intervals
    Recommended frequency

    What do I have to clean/maintain?

    Daily
    (at the end of the day)

    Milk flask and lid
    Milk valve
    Water container
    Drip tray cover
    Drip tray and waste container

    Once a week
    (more often if heavily soiled)

    Central spout
    Cup rim sensor
    Interior
    Brew unit
    Drip tray
    Front of machine

    Once a month

    Bean containers

    As and when required/after prompt
    appears in display

    Milk pipework (using the cleaning agent for milk pipework)
    Degrease the brew unit (using cleaning tablets)
    Descale the machine

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    Cleaning and care
    Cleaning by hand or in the
    dishwasher
    The brew unit is not dishwasher
    safe.
    Clean the brew unit by hand only
    under warm running water. Do not
    use washing-up liquid or any other
    cleaning agent.
    The following components must be
    cleaned by hand only:
    – Central spout stainless steel cover
    – Brew unit
    – Bean containers and lids

     Risk of damage as a result of
    excessively high dishwasher
    temperatures.
    Components may be ruined (e.g.
    may become warped) if washed in a
    dishwasher at temperatures higher
    than 55 °C.
    For dishwasher-safe components,
    always select dishwasher
    programmes with a maximum
    temperature of 55 °C.
    Contact with natural dyes such as
    those found in carrots, tomatoes and
    ketchup may discolour the plastic
    parts in the dishwasher. This
    discolouration does not affect the
    stability of the parts.
    The following components are
    dishwasher safe:
    – Drip tray, lid and waste container
    – Drip tray cover
    – Central spout (without stainless steel
    cover)
    – Milk flask and lid
    – Cup sensor
    – Drip tray
    – Maintenance container
    – Water container

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     Danger of burning and scalding
    on hot components or by hot liquids.
    Components can become very hot
    during operation. Touching hot
    components can cause burning. The
    liquids and steam dispensed are very
    hot and can cause scalding.
    Keep well away from the area
    underneath the spouts when hot
    liquids and steam are being
    dispensed.
    Always allow the coffee machine to
    cool down before cleaning it.
    Please be aware that water in the
    drip tray can also be very hot.

     Risk of damage due to moisture
    ingress.
    The steam from a steam cleaning
    appliance could reach live electrical
    components and cause a short
    circuit.
    Do not use a steam cleaner to clean
    the coffee machine.
    It is important to clean the machine
    regularly, as the used coffee grounds
    will soon go mouldy. Milk residues can
    go off and can block the milk pipework.

    Unsuitable cleaning agents
    Contact with unsuitable cleaning
    agents can alter or discolour the
    external surfaces. All surfaces are
    susceptible to scratching. Scratches
    on glass can in some circumstances
    lead to breakage.
    Remove all cleaning agent residues
    immediately. To protect the machine
    and surrounding surfaces from
    damage, make sure you remove any
    spillages or splashes of descaling
    agent immediately.
    To avoid damaging the surfaces, do not
    use:
    – Cleaning agents containing soda,
    ammonia, acids or chlorides
    – Solvent-based cleaning agents
    – Cleaning agents containing descaling
    agents (unsuitable for cleaning the
    front of the machine)
    – Stainless steel cleaning agents
    – Dishwasher cleaners (unsuitable for
    cleaning 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 or
    sponges which have been previously
    used with abrasive cleaning agents

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    – Melamine eraser blocks
    – Sharp metal scrapers
    – Steel wool or stainless steel wire
    scourers

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    Cleaning and care
    Cleaning the drip tray and
    waste container
     Danger of burning and scalding
    on hot components or by hot liquids.
    Components can become very hot
    during operation. Touching hot
    components can cause burning. The
    liquids and steam dispensed are very
    hot and can cause scalding.
    If the pipework has just been rinsed,
    wait a while before removing the drip
    tray.
    Please be aware that water in the
    drip tray can also be very hot.
    Do not touch hot components.
    Clean the drip tray and waste
    container every day to avoid
    unpleasant smells and mildew.
    A prompt will appear in the display
    when the drip tray and/or the waste
    container is full and needs to be
    emptied. Empty the drip tray and the
    waste container. It is not necessary to
    take the lid off the drip tray in order to
    empty it.

     Remove the drip tray and waste
    container from the machine.
     Empty the waste container after
    removing it from the drip tray.
    The waste container may contain a
    small amount of water from rinsing as
    well as the leftover coffee grounds.
    Taking the drip tray apart

    Tip: If the drip tray is heavily soiled,
    clean it with a brush before placing it in
    the dishwasher.
     Open the machine door.

    The orange clips are not removable.
     Take the lid off the drip tray as
    follows: press the orange clips
    outwards on both sides to release the
    lid. Remove the lid.

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     Clean the drip tray, lid and waste
    container in the dishwasher or wash
    them by hand using warm water and
    a little washing-up liquid.

    Reassembling the drip tray

     Dry all parts thoroughly.
     Clean the inside of the coffee
    machine underneath where the drip
    tray goes.
    Cleaning contacts
     Attach the drip tray lid as follows:
    slide the lid under the lug next to the
    contacts and apply pressure to the lid
    until the catches at the sides audibly
    click into place.

     Clean the contacts (metal discs) and
    the space between them carefully,
    e.g. using a brush. Dry all parts
    thoroughly.
    The contacts will not be able to detect
    that the drip tray is full if they are
    damp or dirty.
    Check the contacts and the area
    around them once a week.

     Place the waste container on the lid.
     Push the drip tray and waste
    container back into the coffee
    machine. Close the machine door.

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    Cleaning the drip tray cover

     Remove the drip tray cover as
    follows: apply pressure to the rear
    edge so that the cover tips forwards
    and you can remove it easily.
     The drip tray cover can be cleaned in
    the dishwasher, or by hand using
    warm water and a little washing-up
    liquid.
     Dry the drip tray cover.
     Refit the drip tray cover.

    Water container
    Clean the water container by hand
    every day with warm water and a little
    washing-up liquid. You can clean the
    water container in the dishwasher once
    a week.
     Open the machine door.
     Remove the water container.
     Clean and rinse the water container
    with clean water to remove any
    detergent residues. Dry the outside of
    the water container.

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     Clean and dry the surface that the
    water container sits on.
     Push the water container all the way
    into the coffee machine until you feel
    a resistance. Close the machine door.

    Cleaning the central spout
    Clean the central spout's stainless
    steel cover by hand only, using warm
    water and a little washing-up liquid.
    With the exception of the stainless steel
    cover, all parts of the central spout
    should be cleaned in the dishwasher at
    least once a week. This will remove
    coffee deposits and milk residues
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     Pull the central spout's stainless steel
    cover forwards to remove it. Then
    clean it.

     Detach the milk pipe from the
    dispensing unit as follows: pull the
    tab  to the left.

    Do not remove the milk pipe
    connecting piece. If necessary, clean
    the connecting piece with the cleaning
    brush.

     Grip the dispensing unit by the sides
    and pull it down to remove it.

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     Fit the dispensing unit back together.
    Press down firmly so that the spouts
    become securely connected to the
    holder.

     Take the dispensing unit apart,
    separating it into 3 components: the
    Y-piece, the spouts and the holder.
     Clean all parts thoroughly.
     Insert the dispensing unit into the
    coffee machine and connect the milk
    pipe.
     Refit the stainless steel cover.
     Close the machine door.
    Fit cover to central spout

    will appear in the

    display.
     Confirm the message with OK.

    Cleaning the cup rim sensor
     Clean the area around the central
    spout with a damp cloth.
    Reassembling the central spout
    The dispensing unit is easier to
    reassemble if the individual parts are
    dampened with water beforehand.
    Make sure that all parts are tightly
    connected to one another.

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    The cup rim sensor is located under the
    central spout.
    Clean the cup rim sensor at least once
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     Press the two retainers together (see
    arrows).
    The cup rim sensor is released.
     The cup rim sensor can be cleaned in
    the dishwasher, or by hand using
    warm water and a little washing-up
    liquid.
     To refit the cup rim sensor, press it
    into the holder on the central spout
    from below.

     Rinse the milk pipework in the lid
    under running water and then place
    the lid in the dishwasher.
     If no water runs out of the connecting
    piece , clean it with the cleaning
    brush.
     Clean the glass flask.
     Dry all the parts and reassemble the
    milk flask.

    Cleaning the milk flask with lid
    The milk flask should be taken apart
    and cleaned every day after use.
    Both the lid and the glass flask can be
    cleaned in the dishwasher, or by hand
    using warm water and a little washingup liquid.
     Remove and empty the milk flask.
     Clean the milk flask holder on the
    coffee machine with a damp cloth.

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    Cleaning the milk valve
    The milk valve seal can be damaged
    by objects with sharp edges or
    similar.
    Do not use any sharp-edged objects
    (such as knives) to clean the milk
    valve.

    Cleaning the bean containers
     Risk of damage from incorrect
    use and cleaning.
    Immersing the bean containers in
    liquids can result in malfunctions. If
    they are taken apart, bits may break
    off or the mechanism may no longer
    work properly once they are
    reassembled.
    Do not disassemble the bean
    containers.
    Do not immerse the bean containers
    in liquids, e.g. soapy water.
    Coffee beans contain oils which can
    deposit themselves on the walls of the
    bean containers and hinder the flow of
    the beans. Therefore, clean the bean
    containers regularly with a soft cloth.

    The milk valve is located under the
    bean container on the left-hand side.
    If allowed to dry, milk residues can
    become encrusted on the stainless
    steel bolt. These crusty deposits are
    difficult remove. Therefore, it is
    important to carry out regular cleaning
    after preparing milk.
     Open the machine door.
     Clean the milk valve with a damp
    cloth/microfibre cloth.
     Close the machine door.

    If required, you can clean the lids of the
    bean containers by hand with warm
    water and a little washing-up liquid. Dry
    the lids thoroughly before refitting them
    on the bean containers.
     Open the machine door.
     Pull the left and right-hand bean
    containers out of the coffee machine.
     Clean the bean container wells inside
    the machine.
    Tip: Use a vacuum cleaner to remove
    any coffee residues from the interior.
     Remove the lids and empty the bean
    containers.

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    Brew unit removal and
    cleaning by hand
    The moving parts of the brew unit
    are lubricated. Cleaning agents and
    washing-up liquid will damage the
    brew unit.
    Clean the brew unit by hand only
    under warm running water. Do not
    use washing-up liquid or any other
    cleaning agent.
    Do not remove the components for
    improving the flow of the beans (see
    arrow).

    Remove and clean the brew unit once a
    week. Also clean the area below the
    brew unit once a week.
     Open the machine door.

     Clean the bean containers and lids by
    hand using a slightly damp cloth. Dry
    all parts carefully before filling the
    bean containers with roasted coffee
    beans.

     Remove the water container.

     Replace the lids and push the
    containers back into place in the
    coffee machine.
     Close the machine door.

     Press the button under the handle of
    the brew unit  and, whilst doing so,
    turn the handle forwards .

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     First, pull the brew unit sideways 
    and then tip it forwards  and slide it
    out that way .
    If you cannot remove the brew unit or
    can only do so with difficulty, the brew
    unit is not in the correct position (see
    “Problem solving guide”).
    When you have removed the brew
    unit, do not change the position of
    the handle on the brew unit.
    Otherwise, the brew unit cannot be
    inserted.
     Clean the brew unit by hand under
    warm running water without using
    cleaning agent or washing-up liquid.

     Wipe any remaining coffee residue
    from the filters. One filter is located in
    the funnel. The other filter can be
    found to the left of the funnel.
     Dry the funnel to prevent ground
    coffee sticking to it the next time a
    coffee is made.
     Clean the inside of the coffee
    machine. Use your vacuum cleaner to
    remove dry ground coffee residues.
    Replacing the brew unit
     Proceed in reverse order: tip the brew
    unit forwards at a slight angle and
    push it back into the coffee machine.

     Press the button under the handle of
    the brew unit  and, whilst doing so,
    turn the handle backwards .
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    Tip: If you are unable to turn the brew
    unit handle, apply firm pressure to the
    sides of the brew unit.

     Open the machine door.

     Push the water container into the
    coffee machine.

     Remove the following parts from the
    interior:

    The process of removing and inserting
    the brew unit causes ground coffee to
    drop into the drip tray.

    – Water container

     Remove the drip tray and clean the
    lid.
     Push the drip tray back into the
    coffee machine and close the
    machine door.

    Cleaning the interior, inside of
    the machine door and drip tray
    Clean the interior and front of the
    machine as part of the normal cleaning
    process. For instance, if you remove the
    water container, use this as an
    opportunity to clean the area under the
    water container at the same time.

     Remove and clean the drip tray.

    – Drip tray
    – Maintenance container
    – Brew unit
    – Bean containers
    Tip: Use your vacuum cleaner to
    remove dry ground coffee residues.
     Clean the interior and the inside of
    the machine door by hand with a
    clean and slightly damp cloth/
    microfibre cloth. After cleaning, wipe
    the interior and machine door dry
    using a soft cloth.
     Put all the parts back in place,
    including the drip tray.
     Close the machine door.

    Cleaning the front of the
    machine

    The drip tray is located at the bottom on
    the inside of the machine door.
    Remove and empty the drip tray on a
    regular basis. The drip tray is
    dishwasher safe.

    If soiling is not removed promptly, it
    could cause the surface to alter or
    discolour.
    Remove any soiling on the front of
    the machine straight away.
    Make sure that water cannot get
    behind the display.
    Clean the front of the machine after
    manual descaling. If possible, wipe
    up any spillages of descaling agent
    immediately.

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    Tip: Before cleaning the control panel,
    open the machine door to prevent
    accidental operation.
     Clean the front of the machine with a
    clean and slightly damp cloth/
    microfibre cloth. After cleaning, wipe
    the surfaces dry using a soft cloth.
    Tip: You can also use a Miele microfibre
    cloth to clean the front.

    Maintenance programmes
    The coffee machine has maintenance
    programmes for:
    – Rinsing the machine
    – Rinsing the milk pipework
    – Cleaning the milk pipework*
    – Degreasing the brew unit*
    – Descaling the machine*
    * If you have not fitted any cleaning
    and/or descaling cartridges and have
    switched off automatic cleaning, you
    will need to run the maintenance
    programmes manually yourself.
    Please also note that the coffee
    machine pipework may also have to be
    descaled manually at regular intervals
    even if a descaling cartridge has been
    fitted, depending on how you use your
    machine and the hardness of the water
    used.
    Opening the Maintenance menu
    The drinks menu is displayed.
     Touch the  sensor.
     Select Maintenance.
    You can now start the desired
    maintenance programme.

    Rinsing the machine
    If you have made a coffee drink, the
    coffee machine will rinse the coffee
    pipework automatically before
    switching off. You can also start the
    Rinse the appliance function manually.

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    Rinsing the milk pipework
    If you have made a drink with milk, the
    coffee machine will rinse the milk
    pipework automatically after a few
    minutes. You can also start the Rinse the
    milk pipework function manually.

    Maintenance programme:
    Clean the milk pipework
    You can run the maintenance
    programme with the Miele cleaning
    cartridge or with the cleaning agent for
    milk pipework (small sticks of powdered
    cleaning agent). The maintenance
    programme lasts for
    approx. 20 minutes.
    If you have switched on automatic
    cleaning and fitted a ready-to-use
    cleaning cartridge, the Clean the milk
    pipework maintenance programme will
    run using the cleaning cartridge.

    For optimal cleaning results, we
    recommend Miele cleaning agent for
    milk pipework.
    The cleaning agent for milk pipework
    has been specially developed for use
    with Miele coffee machines and
    prevents subsequent damage.
    For each cleaning process, you will
    need 2 sticks of the cleaning agent for
    milk pipework.
    It is available to order via the Miele
    webshop or directly from Miele (see the
    end of this booklet for contact details).
    Clean the milk pipework

    appears in the

    display.
    The cleaning process cannot be
    cancelled. It must be completed
    through to the end.
     Confirm the message with OK.
     Follow the instructions in the display.

    Cleaning the milk pipework with the
    cleaning cartridge

    When Fill water container with lukewarm

    In addition to using the automatic
    cleaning function, you can also start the
    maintenance programme manually, e.g.
    to clean the milk pipework after a
    period of intensive use.

    symbol and replace it. Close the door

    The Maintenance menu is displayed.
     Touch Clean the milk pipework.

    water and cleaning agent up to the 

    appears in the display, proceed as
    follows.
    Preparing the cleaning solution
     Open 2 sticks of the cleaning agent
    for milk pipework and empty the
    contents into the water container.

     Follow the instructions in the display.
    Cleaning the milk pipework with the
    cleaning agent for milk pipework
    (sticks)
    If automatic cleaning is switched off,
    the milk pipework must be cleaned at
    least once a week.
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    be degreased regularly in order to
    ensure aromatic coffee and trouble-free
    operation of the coffee machine.
    You can run the maintenance
    programme with the Miele cleaning
    cartridge or with cleaning tablets for
    degreasing the brew unit. The
    maintenance programme lasts for
    approx. 20 minutes.

     Fill the water container to the
     mark with lukewarm water and stir
    the solution.
    Follow the instructions for the mixing
    ratio carefully. It is important that you
    do not fill the water container with
    too little water. Otherwise, cleaning
    will be incomplete.
     Replace the water container in the
    coffee machine and close the
    machine door.
     Follow the instructions in the display.

    If you have switched on automatic
    cleaning and fitted a ready-to-use
    cleaning cartridge, the Degrease the
    brew unit maintenance programme will
    run using the cleaning cartridge.
    If you have not fitted a Miele cleaning
    cartridge, the following message will
    appear in the display after 200 portions:
    Degrease the brew unit.
     Confirm the message with OK.
    This message will keep being displayed
    until the brew unit has been degreased.
    Degreasing the brew unit
    The Maintenance menu is displayed.

     If prompted to do so in the display,
    rinse the water container thoroughly
    with clean water. Make sure that no
    cleaning agent is left in the water
    container. Fill the water container with
    fresh tap water.

     Touch Degrease the brew unit.

    The cleaning process is finished when
    Process finished appears in the display.

    The maintenance programme will then
    start.

    Degreasing the brew unit and
    cleaning the interior
    Depending on the natural oil content of
    the coffee used, the brew unit can
    become blocked quite quickly. It must
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    The maintenance programme cannot
    be cancelled. It must be completed
    through to the end.

     Follow the instructions in the display.
    Remove the water container and the brew
    unit. Rinse the brew unit by hand and clean
    the interior of the machine

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    Cleaning the brew unit and interior
    The moving parts of the brew unit
    are lubricated. Cleaning agents and
    washing-up liquid will damage the
    brew unit.
    Clean the brew unit by hand only
    under warm running water. Do not
    use washing-up liquid or any other
    cleaning agent.
    To ensure good tasting coffee and to
    prevent the formation of microbes in
    the machine, remove and clean the
    brew unit under running water once a
    week.
     Open the machine door.
     Remove the water container.

     First, pull the brew unit sideways 
    and then tip it forwards  and slide it
    out that way .
    If you cannot remove the brew unit or
    can only do so with difficulty, the brew
    unit is not in the correct position (see
    “Problem solving guide”).
    When you have removed the brew
    unit, do not change the position of
    the handle on the brew unit.
    Otherwise, the brew unit cannot be
    inserted.
     Clean the brew unit by hand under
    warm running water without using
    cleaning agent or washing-up liquid.

     Press the button under the handle of
    the brew unit  and, whilst doing so,
    turn the handle forwards .

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     Push the brew unit containing the
    cleaning tablet back into the coffee
    machine.

     Wipe any remaining coffee residue
    from the filters. One filter is located in
    the funnel and the other to the left of
    the funnel.
    The process of removing the brew unit
    causes ground coffee to drop into the
    drip tray.

     Press the button under the handle of
    the brew unit  and, whilst doing so,
    turn the handle backwards .

     Remove the drip tray and clean the
    lid.

     Push the water container and drip
    tray (plus waste container) back into
    the coffee machine.

     Clean the inside of the coffee
    machine. Use your vacuum cleaner to
    remove dry ground coffee residues.
    Dropping a cleaning tablet into the
    brew unit

     Close the machine door.
     Follow the further instructions given
    in the display.
    The cleaning process is complete when
    the drinks menu appears.

    Descaling the machine
    Risk of damage from spilt descaling
    solution.
    Sensitive surfaces and/or natural
    floors can suffer damage.
    Wipe up any spillages of descaling
    agent immediately.
     Drop a cleaning tablet into the top of
    the brew unit (arrow).

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    Cleaning and care
    depend on the water hardness level in
    your area. Limescale must be removed
    regularly.

    Descaling after prompt appears in
    the display

    The machine will guide you through the
    descaling process. Various messages
    will appear in the display, e.g. you will
    be prompted to empty the drip tray or
    fill the water container.

    display.

    Descaling must be carried out. The
    process takes approx. 20 minutes.

     Confirm the message with OK.

    Even if you activate automatic
    descaling, the pipework may still have
    to be descaled manually with the
    Descale the appliance maintenance
    programme at regular intervals,
    depending on how you use your
    machine.

     Follow the instructions in the display.

    If you have not fitted a descaling
    cartridge, the display will remind you
    when you need to descale the coffee
    machine.
    No. of uses until appliance needs descaling:

    will appear in the display. As of this
    point, the display will indicate how
    many more drinks can be made before
    descaling becomes absolutely
    essential. This number is indicated
    whenever a drink is made.
     50

     Confirm the message with OK.
    When the number of remaining portions
    reaches 0, the coffee machine will lock
    out.
    You can switch the coffee machine off if
    you do not want to run the descaling
    programme at this point in time. You
    can not make any drinks until the
    machine has been descaled.

    Descale the appliance

    appears in the

    Descaling cannot be cancelled once it
    has started. It must be completed
    through to the end.

    The process will start.

    When Fill water container with lukewarm
    water and descaling agent up to the 

    appears in the
    display, proceed as follows.
    symbol and replace it

    Make up the descaling solution
    We recommend using Miele descaling
    tablets for optimum results.
    These have been specially developed
    for use with Miele coffee machines and
    prevent subsequent damage.
    Other descaling agents, which
    contain other acids besides citric
    acid and/or other undesirable
    substances, such as chlorides for
    example, could damage the coffee
    machine. Moreover, the descaling
    effect required could not be
    guaranteed if the descaling solution
    was not of the appropriate
    concentration.
    Miele descaling tablets are available to
    order via the Miele webshop, from Miele
    (see back cover for contact details) or
    from your Miele dealer.
    You will need 2 descaling tablets.

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    Cleaning and care

     Fill the water container to the  mark
    with lukewarm water.
     Drop 2 descaling tablets in the water.
    Follow the instructions for the mixing
    ratio carefully. It is important that you
    do not fill the water container with
    too much or too little water.
    Otherwise, the descaling process will
    be cancelled prematurely.
    Carrying out descaling
     Push the water container back into
    the machine.
     Follow the further instructions given
    in the display.
    When Rinse and refill the water container
    appears in the display:
     Remove the water container and
    rinse it thoroughly with clean water.
    Ensure that no descaling solution
    residue remains in the water
    container. Fill the water container to
    the  mark with fresh tap water.
    The descaling process is complete
    when the drinks menu appears.

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    Automatic cleaning and descaling
    Risk of damage from spilt cleaning
    and descaling solution.
    Sensitive surfaces and/or natural
    floors can suffer damage.
    One way to catch the cleaning and
    descaling solution is to place the
    maintenance container under the
    central spout before switching off the
    machine.
    Clear up any spillages of cleaning
    and descaling solution.
    When handling a descaling cartridge
    which has already been filled with
    water, ensure that the descaling
    solution does not come into contact
    with sensitive surfaces.
    The coffee machine features automatic
    maintenance programmes for cleaning
    the milk pipework and brew unit, and
    for descaling the machine. For this, the
    Miele cleaning and descaling cartridges
    must be fitted in the coffee machine. If
    both types of maintenance programme
    are due to run on the same day,
    automatic cleaning will always be
    performed before automatic descaling
    (total time: approx. 2.5 hours).
    You can set the time for starting
    cleaning and descaling via the
    Maintenance Timer.
    The coffee machine will automatically
    determine the days when to carry out
    automatic descaling based on the
    usage pattern.
    During automatic cleaning, the milk
    pipework gets cleaned and/or the brew
    unit gets degreased. The coffee
    machine also determines the cleaning
    solution concentration and the cleaning

    programme type for automatic cleaning
    based on the number and types of
    drinks made.
    If you do not make any drinks, the
    automatic maintenance programmes
    will not be started.
    In order to run the automatic cleaning
    programmes, a solution is prepared by
    mixing water with the cleaning agent.
    This solution is then pumped through
    the coffee machine pipework. After the
    defined activation phase, all the
    solution is rinsed out of the pipework
    and the machine can then be used as
    normal for making drinks.
    During automatic cleaning and
    descaling, you will hear various noises
    (e.g. rinsing noises) at frequent intervals
    even though the machine is switched
    off.

    Please note before and during
    the automatic maintenance
    programmes:
    The coffee machine must be ready to
    use and the following conditions must
    be met:
    – Ready-to-use cleaning and descaling
    cartridges are fitted.
    – Automatic cleaning is switched on.
    – The coffee machine must not be
    disconnected from the electricity
    supply during the automatic
    maintenance programmes.
    – The drip tray, brew unit and central
    spout are inserted.

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    Automatic cleaning and descaling
    – If filling the water container manually:
    the water container is inserted and is
    filled with water at least up to the
     mark.
    – Carry out the instructions which
    appear in the display before switchoff, e.g. Empty and refit the drip tray and
    the waste container.
    – The machine door is closed when the
    programme is started.
    – The coffee machine is switched off.

    Automatic cleaning
    If you have made a drink containing
    milk within the last 24 hours, the milk
    pipework will be cleaned. The brew unit
    will be cleaned after making
    approx. 25 coffee drinks.
    Automatic cleaning lasts for
    approx. 25 minutes if both the milk
    system and the brewing system have to
    be cleaned.

    Switching automatic cleaning
    on and off
    It is usual to switch on automatic
    cleaning as part of the process of
    setting up the coffee machine.
    However, Automatic cleaning can be
    switched on or off at any time.
    The drinks menu is displayed.
     Touch the  sensor.
     Select Settings and then Automatic
    cleaning.
     Select the setting you want and
    confirm with OK.

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    If coffee drinks and/or milk have
    already been dispensed when
    automatic cleaning is switched on,
    you will need to clean the coffee
    machine manually as a one-off
    operation. This will remove any milk
    residues and coffee oils, and will reset
    the counter.

    The Miele cleaning cartridge
    Only use the Miele cleaning cartridge
    for automatic cleaning. It has been
    developed specifically for use in this
    coffee machine.
    Please note that the Miele cleaning
    cartridge has a lifespan of
    approx. 1 year after it has been
    placed in the machine.
    Critical for the one-year lifespan is
    the date on which the cleaning
    cartridge was fitted.
    Do not fill the cleaning cartridge with
    other fluids or substances.
    The Miele cleaning cartridge contains a
    cleaning agent for the effective removal
    of milk residues and coffee oils.
    The Miele cleaning cartridge will last for
    up to 3 months of automatic cleaning,
    depending on how often the coffee
    machine is used. Frequent manual
    cleaning or a large number of drinks will
    shorten this period accordingly.
    You can display the cartridge fill level as
    a segment bar under Settings  | Info | Fill
    levels. As the cartridge fill level
    decreases, various messages will
    appear at regular intervals to remind
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    Automatic cleaning and descaling
    The first message will appear when the
    cartridge is approx. 25 % full.
    Cleaning cartridges are available to
    order via the Miele webshop or directly
    from Miele (see back cover for contact
    details).
    If no cleaning cartridge has been
    fitted or if the fitted cartridge is
    empty or has expired, the milk
    pipework and brew unit must be
    cleaned manually. For this, you will
    need the appropriate cleaning agents
    (see “Cleaning and care” – “Cleaning
    the milk pipework” and “Degreasing
    the brew unit”).

     Pull the receptacle holding the
    cartridge forwards and remove them
    both.

    You can leave the cleaning cartridge in
    place during long periods of non-use or
    when transporting the coffee machine.

     Unscrew the cleaning cartridge from
    the holder. Dispose of the spent
    cartridge with your household waste.

    Replacing the cleaning
    cartridge
    You will need a new Miele cleaning
    cartridge. Cleaning cartridges are
    available to order via the Miele
    webshop or directly from Miele (see
    back cover for contact details).
     Open the machine door and remove
    the maintenance container.

    Cleaning agent residues can
    sometimes dry on the holder, leaving
    white deposits behind. These residues
    will not affect the automatic cleaning
    programme. If necessary, you can
    wipe the deposits off with a damp
    cloth or put the holder in the
    dishwasher.
     Take the new cartridge out of its
    packaging and unscrew the screw
    cap. The cap is no longer required.

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    Automatic cleaning and descaling
    Automatic descaling
    Automatic descaling takes
    approx. 2 hours, including the activation
    phase.

     Screw the new cartridge into the
    holder upside down.
     Push the holder and cartridge into the
    coffee machine until the holder
    audibly clicks into place.
     Put the maintenance container back
    inside the coffee machine and close
    the machine door.

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    To ensure the longevity of
    components and a consistent
    environment free of limescale, the
    coffee machine needs to be manually
    descaled from time to time. The
    intervals are determined by your
    usage behaviour and the water
    hardness level of your area. If you
    make a lot of coffees with milk, for
    example, you will need to descale the
    coffee machine more frequently with
    the descaling tablets.

    The Miele descaling cartridge
    Only use the Miele descaling
    cartridge for the automatic descaling
    programme.
    Please note that the Miele descaling
    cartridge has a lifespan of
    approx. 1 year after it has been
    placed in the machine and filled with
    water for the first time. Critical for the
    one-year lifespan is the date on
    which the descaling cartridge was
    fitted and filled with water.
    Do not fit a descaling cartridge which
    has already been used in another
    Miele coffee machine. Your coffee
    machine will have no information
    about the fill level of this cartridge.
    The descaling effect may be
    insufficient and damage your coffee
    machine.
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    Automatic cleaning and descaling
    The descaling agent comes in the form
    of tablets in the descaling cartridge.
    The cartridge is filled with water when it
    is placed in the machine. The tablets
    gradually dissolve over time.

    – It should be transported with care
    and upright. Avoid shaking it.
    Shaking or turning upside down
    reduces the shelf life or damages the
    cartridge.

    The Miele descaling cartridge will last
    for up to 12 months of automatic
    descaling, depending on how often the
    coffee machine is used.

    – The cartridge should be stored
    upright, in a dark place and at room
    temperature (16 - 38 °C).

    You can display the cartridge fill level as
    a segment bar under Settings  | Info | Fill
    levels. As the cartridge fill level
    decreases, various messages will
    appear at regular intervals to remind
    you to have a new cartridge at the
    ready.

    Replacing the descaling cartridge
    Removing the descaling cartridge
     Open the machine door and remove
    the maintenance container.

    The descaling cartridge is available to
    order from the Miele online shop or
    directly from Miele (see back cover for
    contact details).
    If a descaling cartridge is not fitted,
    an empty cartridge is fitted or an
    expired cartridge is fitted, the
    machine needs to be descaled using
    the Descale the appliance maintenance
    programme. To do this, the
    appropriate descaling agent is
    required (see “Cleaning and care –
    Descaling the machine”).

     Pull the cartridge holder forwards.
     Remove the cartridge.

    The descaling cartridge can remain
    fitted even if the machine is not used for
    a long time. Remove the cartridge
    before transporting the coffee machine.
    Please note:
    – Once filled with water, the descaling
    cartridge has a max. shelf life of
    3 weeks outside of the machine.

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    Automatic cleaning and descaling
    If you do not want to fit a descaling
    cartridge, seal the system with the
    adapter.

    Tip: You can seal the descaling
    cartridge with the cap that can be found
    on the cartridge. This cap can be easily
    detached by snapping it off.

     Insert the adapter in place of the
    cartridge.

     Dispose of the cartridge with your
    household waste.

    Maintenance Timer

    Fitting the descaling cartridge
     Insert the cartridge and push it
    upwards as far as it will go.
     Push the cartridge holder back and
    then put the maintenance container in
    place.
     Close the machine door.
     Follow the instructions in the display.
    The next time the coffee machine is
    switched off, the new descaling
    cartridge will also fill with water when
    the machine is rinsed. You will hear
    water being pumped into the cartridge
    at frequent intervals.
    Always wait for the coffee machine
    to switch itself off. Do not force it to
    do so.

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    In the Maintenance Timer, you can
    select any start time you like for the
    automatic maintenance programmes.
    Please note that the automatic
    maintenance programmes can take
    approx. 2.5 hours to run. For this
    reason, it is best to set an evening time
    or a regular time during the day when
    you are always out.
    You can set different start times for the
    weekend and/or for Monday to Friday.
    Setting the Maintenance Timer
    The drinks menu is displayed.
     Touch the  sensor.
     Select Settings and then Timer.
     Select Maintenance timer.
     Change the settings as required and
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    Automatic cleaning and descaling
    The start time is saved. From now on,
    the automatic maintenance
    programmes will commence at the
    desired time each day.

    Cancelling automatic cleaning
    and descaling
    You can cancel the automatic cleaning
    programmes during the activation
    phase.
    You can cancel automatic cleaning
    twice to continue making drinks. If
    automatic cleaning is cancelled three
    times in a row, the brew unit will have
    to be degreased and/or the milk
    pipework cleaned when the coffee
    machine is next switched on.
    Automatic descaling can be cancelled
    as often as you like. In this case, you
    may need to descale the coffee
    machine using the descaling tablets
    (see “Cleaning and care – Descaling
    the machine”).
     Touch the On/Off button .
    The time left in hours is shown in the
    display.
    Cancelling automatic maintenance
     Touch Cancel.
    The cleaning or descaling solution is
    rinsed out of the pipework. Rinsing can
    take up to 5 minutes. You can now
    make drinks.

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    Problem solving guide
    Many malfunctions and faults that can occur in daily operation can be easily
    remedied. Time and money will be saved because a service call will not be
    needed.
    The following guide may help you to find the reason for a malfunction or a fault,
    and to correct it.

    Messages in the display
    Error messages must be confirmed with OK, otherwise the message can
    reappear 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.
    Problem

    Cause and remedy

    F1, F2,
    F80, F82
    F353, F354

    There is an internal fault.
     Switch the coffee machine off. Wait for
    approximately 1 hour before switching the
    machine back on again.

    F74, F77
    F225, F226
    F235, F353, F354

    There is an internal fault.
     Switch the coffee machine off. Wait for
    approximately 2 minutes before switching the
    machine back on again.

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    Problem solving guide
    Problem

    Cause and remedy

    F73 or

    The brew unit cannot be positioned correctly or is
    soiled. 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 under
    running water.

    Check the brew unit

     Push the coffee ejector of the brew unit into the
    correct position (see illustration).
     Place the water container in the coffee machine
    and close the machine door. Do not insert the
    brew unit. Switch the coffee machine on.
    This will initialise the brew unit motor and put it back
    into the start position.
     When Insert the brew unit appears in the display, put
    the brew unit back in the coffee machine.
     If you cannot remove the brew unit, switch the
    coffee machine off. Wait for
    approximately 2 minutes before switching the
    machine back on again.
    A manual maintenance
    programme is
    prematurely aborted
    and the following
    appears in the display:
    Push the water container in
    until it engages.

    The water container has not been filled and inserted
    correctly.
     Check that you have selected the correct mark.
    The symbols marked on the water container indicate
    the amount of water required for the
    Descale the appliance:  and Clean the milk pipework: 
    maintenance programmes.
     Fill the water container up to the relevant mark and
    restart the process.
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    Problem solving guide
    Problem
    Check water intake and
    empty the water container

    Cause and remedy
    The mains water supply is not working.
     Check whether the inlet hose is kinked or the
    stopcock is not turned on completely.
     Remove and empty the water container.
     Insert the empty water container into the coffee
    machine.
    The following message is displayed: Please wait. Water
    container filling.. The water container fills up.
    To turn off the mains water connection, fill and insert
    the water container. You can then select Settings:
    Mains water | Off.

    F233

    The cup rim sensor is not inserted or is incorrectly
    inserted.
    If the central spout is moving upwards and the cup
    rim sensor is bumped, e.g. with a cup, the cup rim
    sensor loses its reference position.
     Confirm the message with OK.
     Refit the cup rim sensor.
    Cup rim detection remains inactive and the central
    spout stays in the top position until the coffee
    machine is next switched on. Cup rim detection is
    reinitialised during the next switch-on operation.

    F 355, F 357–F 362

    The bean system must be set up again, e.g. coffee
    beans have possibly got jammed.
     Open the machine door and remove both bean
    containers from the coffee machine.
     Close the machine door.
    The bean system is set up.
     Follow the instructions in the display.

    F 307

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    The milk valve is faulty.
     Remove and clean the milk valve (see “Cleaning
    the milk valve” in the “Problem solving guide”
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    Problem solving guide
    Unusual performance of the coffee machine
    Problem

    Cause and remedy

    The display remains
    dark when the coffee
    machine is turned on
    using the  On/
    Off button .

    The On/Off button  was not held for long enough.
     Touch and hold the On/Off button  for at least
    3 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 Miele
    Customer Service Department.

    The lighting remains off The lighting has been switched off.
    after the coffee
     Switch the lighting on (see “Settings - Lighting”).
    machine has been
    The lighting is faulty.
    switched on.
     Call Service.
    The time of day is being
    displayed but
    the  sensor and
    movement sensor are
    failing to respond.

    This is not a fault. The QuickTouch function is
    switched off. Select Display | QuickTouch | On so that
    the  sensor and movement sensor respond even
    when the coffee machine is switched off.

    The coffee machine
    does not respond to
    operation via the
    display.

    There is a fault.
     Touch and hold the On/Off button  until the
    display switches off and the machine restarts.

    The coffee machine
    turns off suddenly.

    The switch-off time programmed using the timer has
    been 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 not
    There is an internal fault.
    respond to touch.
     Disconnect the coffee machine from the power
    The coffee machine can
    supply.
    no longer be operated.

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    Problem solving guide
    Problem

    Cause and remedy

    A fan can be heard even
    though no drinks are
    being prepared or the
    coffee machine is
    switched off.

    This is not a fault.
    Once a drink has been dispensed or the machine has
    been switched off, the internal fan will continue to run
    for up to 30 minutes or so.

    The brew unit cannot be The brew unit is not positioned correctly.
    removed.
     If necessary, move the handle on the brew unit
    back to the start position. Close the machine door.
     Switch the coffee machine off.
     Wait approx. 1 minute before switching the coffee
    machine back on.
    This will initialise the brew unit motor and put it back
    into the start position.
     If necessary, repeat these steps.
    Drink dispensing is
    prematurely aborted
    even though there is a
    container under the
    central spout.

    This is not a fault.
    If the container has a very wide opening that
    prevents the cup rim sensor from making contact
    with the edge of the container (e.g. in the case of a
    very large cup), the drink will be cancelled. Use a
    different container or position the existing one so that
    the sensor can detect the rim.

    The coffee machine
    does not switch itself
    on even though the On
    at timer setting has
    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 if
    necessary.
    The coffee machine was not used after being
    switched on automatically three times in succession
    (holiday mode).
     Switch the machine on and dispense a drink.
    The coffee machine does not switch on with the On
    at timer while automatic descaling is being carried
    out. This is not a fault. Select a different timer setting.

    Steam is dispensed
    instead of water while
    preparing hot water or
    making tea.
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    It is likely that the wrong altitude has been set.
     Change the altitude settings (Settings  Altitude).
     If necessary, you can also change the temperature
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    Problem solving guide
    Problem

    Cause and remedy

    The display is hard to
    see or not able to be
    read.

    The display brightness has been set too low.
     Change this setting (see “Settings”).

    The display lights up
    The Demo mode for demonstrating the coffee
    but the coffee machine machine in the showroom has been activated.
    does not heat up and no  Deactivate the demo mode (see “Settings – Demo
    drinks are made.
    mode”)

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    Problem solving guide
    Faults with automatic cleaning and/or descaling
    Problem

    Cause and remedy

    After switching on, a
    message appears
    informing you that
    automatic cleaning and/
    or descaling could not
    be carried out.

    All removable parts, such as the water container, drip
    tray, brew unit or central spout, must be fitted.
    The water container must be filled with water at least
    up to the descaling symbol .
    The machine door was not closed.
     Confirm the message with OK.
     Make sure that the coffee machine is ready to use
    before the next automatic cleaning and/or
    descaling process.
    The coffee machine was not switched off at the start
    time.
    The automatic maintenance programmes will only
    start if the coffee machine is switched off.
     Confirm the message with OK.
     Change the start time if neccesary.

    Descale the appliance

    appears even though a
    ready-to-use descaling
    cartridge has been
    fitted. Drinks cannot be
    made.

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    Depending on the water hardness level in your area
    and your usage behaviour, the coffee machine needs
    to be descaled using the maintenance programme
    occasionally.
    For this you will need to use Miele descaling tablets.
     Descale the coffee machine using the
    maintenance programme (see “Cleaning and care
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    Problem solving guide
    Problem

    Cause and remedy

    When the machine is
    switched on, one of
    these messages
    appears: Automatic

    Automatic cleaning could not be carried out twice.

    cleaning could not be carried
    out. Start Automatic
    cleaning (duration min.)
    now? Otherwise Automatic
    cleaning will be permanently
    switched off

    or:
    Automatic maintenance
    could not be carried out.
    Carry out the Automatic

    If you want the coffee machine to continue cleaning
    the milk pipework and degreasing the brew unit
    automatically:
     Make sure that the coffee machine is ready for
    automatic maintenance (see “Automatic cleaning
    and descaling”).
     Touch OK to start automatic cleaning.
    If you select No to switch automatic cleaning off, you
    will have to clean the milk pipework and degrease the
    brew unit manually (see “Cleaning and care”). For this,
    you will need the cleaning agent for milk pipework
    and the tablets for degreasing the brew unit.

    cleaning part of the
    Automatic maintenance
    programme (duration min.)
    now? Otherwise the
    Automatic cleaning part of
    the Automatic maintenance
    programme will be
    permanently switched off

    No drinks can be made.

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    Problem solving guide
    Unsatisfactory results
    Problem

    Cause and remedy

    The coffee is not hot
    enough.

    The cup has not been pre-heated.
    The smaller the cup and the thicker its sides, the
    more 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 grinder
    makes a louder noise
    than usual.

    The coffee bean container has become empty during
    the grinding process.
     Fill the coffee bean container with fresh beans.
    There may be foreign objects such as plastic or
    stones in amongst the coffee beans.
     Switch the coffee machine off immediately. Call
    Service.

    The coffee flows too
    quickly into the cup.

    The coffee is too coarsely ground.
     Set the grinder to a finer setting (see “Grinder
    setting”).

    The coffee trickles too
    slowly into the cup.

    The coffee is too finely ground.
     Set the grinder to a coarser setting (see “Grinder
    setting”).

    The crema on the
    coffee or espresso is
    not 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 of
    coffee being used.
     Set a lower brewing temperature.
    The coffee beans are no longer fresh.
     Add fresh beans to the coffee bean container.

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    Problem

    Cause and remedy

    The coffee tastes weak.
    The coffee grounds in
    the waste container are
    sludgy and grainy.

    Less coffee is being brewed because insufficient
    coffee beans are getting into the grinder.
    Have you used a dark roast?
    This type of coffee bean is often more oily. These oils
    can cling to the inside of the bean containers and
    hinder the flow of beans.
    Are you using a type of coffee with very large beans
    or different sized beans?
    The beans are possibly getting wedged or jammed
    and forming “bean bridges”.
     Clean the bean containers more often if you are
    using darker, more oily coffee beans.
     If you are using a type of coffee with very large
    beans or different sized beans, pull the bean
    containers out slightly and give them a shake.
     If necessary, try using a different type of coffee.

    Coffee is not being
    Coffee deposits in the central spout are obstructing
    dispensed from both
    dispensing.
    spouts evenly. Milk may  Take the central spout apart and wash all the
    be sputtering when
    components – with the exception of the stainless
    being heated up.
    steel cover – in the dishwasher.
    This cleaning operation should be performed once
    a week.
    The consistency of the
    milk froth is
    unsatisfactory.

    The milk temperature is too high. Good milk froth can
    only 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 is
    soiled.
     Follow the instructions in “Cleaning the milk valve”.

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    Problem solving guide
    Problem

    Cause and remedy

    Coffee drinks trickle/
    The brew unit is blocked because the coffee machine
    dribble slowly out of the has been used very intensively. And/or the brew unit
    central spout.
    has not been regularly removed and cleaned by hand.
     If a cleaning cartridge is fitted, start by switching
    off Automatic cleaning (Settings | Automatic cleaning).
     Run the Degrease the brew unit maintenance
    programme with 1 cleaning tablet (see “Cleaning
    and care – Degreasing the brew unit and cleaning
    the interior”).

     It is particularly important to clean the filters in the
    brew unit thoroughly.
     If necessary, switch on Automatic cleaning before
    you start making a drink.
    Otherwise, the Clean the milk pipework and Degrease the
    brew unit maintenance programmes will have to be run
    again.

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    Problem solving guide
    Cleaning the milk valve
    If the following issues occur during milk
    preparation, the milk valve may be
    blocked: only hot milk is dispensed
    instead of milk froth, the milk sputters
    or sprays out. Start by checking the
    points listed below:
    – Is the milk in the milk flask cold
    (< 10 °C)?
    – Have the central spout and the milk
    flask lid been cleaned thoroughly?
    – Is the central spout correctly fitted?
    – Are the milk pipework and dispensing
    unit securely connected?

     Remove the milk valve cover as
    follows: on the top right-hand side of
    the cover, you will find a pin for
    swivelling the cover out.

    If you are still unhappy with the results
    of milk preparation, follow the steps
    described for cleaning the milk valve.
    The milk valve cover should only be
    cleaned by hand.
     Open the machine door.
     Remove the bean container and
    maintenance container on the lefthand side.
     Take the stainless steel cover off the
    central spout.

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    2
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     Detach the milk pipework from the
    dispensing unit on the central
    spout  and from the milk valve
    holder ( and ).
     Remove the milk pipework 
    connecting the milk valve to the
    central spout.
     Disconnect the angular moulded
    hose from the round hose. Rinse the
    hoses thoroughly under running
    water.

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    Do not remove the connecting pieces
    from the hoses.

     Pull the stainless steel bolt upwards
    and out.
     Press the retainers on the left and
    right-hand sides of the milk valve
    holder and pull the holder forwards to
    remove it.

     Clean the individual components of
    the milk valve in the dishwasher.
    Tip: If there are any dry milk residues
    on the front, soak the stainless steel
    bolt in warm water and a little washingup liquid before placing it in the
    dishwasher.
    Fitting the milk valve
     Insert the stainless steel bolt from
    above.
     Insert the silicone seal into the milk
    valve holder.

     Take the holder and silicone seal
    apart.

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     Insert the holder and silicone seal
    until they audibly click into place.

     Connect together the angular
    moulded hose and longer milk pipe.
    Start by attaching the top of the
    moulded hose to the central spout.
    The black connecting piece should
    be pointing to the rear.
     Then, connect the bottom end of the
    moulded hose to the dispensing unit.
     Insert the milk pipework into the milk
    valve on the left and right-hand sides.
     Check that the milk pipework is snug
    against the housing and that the
    cover can be easily attached.

    Tip: If necessary, screw the milk
    pipework backwards at the connecting
    piece on the right-hand side.

     Attach the milk valve cover as
    follows: insert the pin in the top righthand corner and swivel the cover
    backwards until a proper fit is
    achieved.
     Push the left-hand bean container
    and maintenance container back into
    the coffee machine. Attach the
    central spout's stainless steel cover.
     Close the machine door.

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    After sales service and warranty
    After sales service

    Warranty

    In the event of a fault which you cannot
    correct yourself, or if the machine is
    under guarantee please contact:

    For information on the appliance
    warranty specific to your country please
    contact Miele. See back cover for
    address.

    – your Miele Dealer
    or
    – Miele.
    Contact details for Miele are given at
    the end of this booklet. N.B. A call-out
    fee will be charged for service visits
    where the problem could have been
    resolved as described in these
    instructions.
    When contacting Miele, please quote
    the model and serial number of your
    coffee machine.
    These can be found on the data plate:

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    In the UK, your coffee machine
    warranty is valid for 2 years from the
    date of purchase. However, you must
    activate your cover by calling 0330 160
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    Accessories
    These products and other useful
    accessories can be ordered via the
    Miele webshop, from Miele (see back
    cover for contact details) or from your
    Miele dealer.
    – Microfibre cloth
    for removing finger marks and light
    soiling
    – Cleaning agent for milk pipework
    for cleaning the milk system
    – Cleaning tablets
    for degreasing the brew unit
    – Miele cleaning cartridges
    for automatically cleaning the milk
    pipework and brew unit
    – Miele descaling cartridge
    for automatic descaling
    – Descaling tablets
    for manual descaling
    – CJ JUG coffee flask
    Vacuum flask for coffee or tea
    (capacity 1 l)
    – Miele Coffee Black Edition “One
    for All”
    Perfect for making Espresso, Café
    Crema and Coffee with milk.
    – Miele Coffee “Espresso”
    Perfect for making Espresso.
    – Miele Coffee Black Edition “Café
    Crema”
    Perfect for making coffee.
    – Miele Coffee “Decaf”
    Perfect for making decaffeinated
    coffee.

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    Mains water connection
     Danger of injury and machine
    damage if machine is not connected
    properly.
    Failing to connect the machine
    properly can result in personal injury
    and/or material damage.
    The machine may only be plumbed
    into the mains water supply by
    suitably qualified persons.

     Risk to health and risk of
    damage due to contaminated water.
    The quality of the incoming water
    must conform to the requirements for
    drinking water in the country where
    the coffee machine is being used.
    Connect the coffee machine to the
    water supply.
    Connection to the water supply must
    comply with the applicable
    regulations in the country where the
    machine is being installed. All units
    and systems used to supply water to
    the coffee machine must also
    comply with the applicable
    regulations in the respective country.
    Connect the coffee machine directly
    to a fresh water pipe.
    Avoid connecting the coffee machine
    to a water supply in which the water
    might stagnate. Otherwise, the
    flavour of the drinks could be
    impaired.
    The coffee machine meets the
    requirements of IEC 61770 and
    EN 61770.
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    The coffee machine must only be
    connected to a cold water supply.
    The back syphonage prevention system
    is already installed inside the machine
    in accordance with the applicable DIN
    standards.
    The water connection pressure needs
    to be between 100 and 1000 kPa (1 and
    10 bar).
    A stopcock must be provided between
    the stainless steel hose and the
    household water supply to ensure that
    the water supply can be cut off if
    necessary. Make sure the stopcock
    remains easily accessible once the
    coffee machine has been installed.
    Fitting the stainless steel hose to the
    coffee machine
    Only use the stainless steel hose
    supplied. The stainless steel hose
    must not be shortened, extended or
    replaced by a different hose.
    A faulty stainless steel hose must
    only be replaced by a genuine
    original Miele replacement hose. The
    food-grade stainless steel hose is
    available to order via the Miele
    webshop or directly from Miele (see
    back cover for contact details).
    The stainless steel hose supplied is
    1.5 m long.
     Remove the cover cap from the
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     Take the angled end of the stainless
    steel hose and check whether there is
    a washer. If there is no washer, fit
    one.
     Screw the coupling nut on the
    stainless steel hose onto the
    stopcock.
     Ensure that the threaded union is
    properly connected and does not
    leak.

     Ensure that it is securely screwed into
    position correctly.
     Turn on the stopcock slowly and
    check the mains water connection for
    leaks.
    Correct the position of the seal and
    union, if necessary.
    You can now continue installing the
    coffee machine.

    Connecting the water supply

     Disconnect the coffee machine
    from the power supply before
    connecting it to the water supply.
    Close the stopcock before
    connecting the coffee machine to the
    water supply.
    Make sure that the stopcock remains
    accessible after the machine has
    been installed.
    A stopcock with 3/4" thread must be
    incorporated when connecting the
    coffee machine to the water supply.
     Check whether there is a washer. Fit
    one, if not.

     Connect the stainless steel hose to
    the stopcock.

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    Electrical connection
    Before connecting the coffee machine,
    make sure that the connection data on
    the data plate (voltage and frequency)
    matches that of the electricity supply.
    This data must correspond in order to
    avoid the risk of damage to the coffee
    machine. If in any doubt, consult a
    qualified electrician.
    The voltage and frequency are given on
    the data plate located inside the
    machine. Please ensure these match
    the household mains supply. This data
    must correspond in order to avoid
    damage to the machine. The correct
    fuse rating must also be observed.
    This machine is supplied with a cable
    and moulded plug (13 A in the UK) for
    connection to the mains electrical
    supply.
    If possible, the socket should remain
    easily accessible. If the socket is no
    longer accessible after installation, an
    additional means of disconnection must
    be provided for all poles. Suitable
    means of disconnection include
    switches with an all-pole contact gap of
    at least 3 mm. These include circuit
    breakers, fuses and contactors
    (EN 60335).
    Do not connect the coffee machine to
    an off-grid inverter. These devices are
    used for autonomous power supply,
    e.g. a solar power system. Power
    surges could cause a safety shutdown.
    This could damage the electronic
    module.

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    The coffee machine must not be used
    with “energy saving plugs”. These
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    Building-in dimensions
    Installation in a tall unit
    A 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 be
    combined with a suitable built-in plate/food-warming drawer, no shelf is required in
    between.
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    All dimensions are given in mm.

    a Power cable
    b Mains water connection
    c No electrical or mains water connection in this area

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    Building in the coffee machine
     Danger of injury due to incorrect
    operation.
    A machine that has not been built in
    is not safe and can cause injuries.
    Do not operate the coffee machine
    unless it has been built in.

     Danger of damage due to
    incorrect operation.
    If the ambient temperature range is
    not observed, the coffee machine
    may not function properly.
    The coffee machine may only be
    operated within an ambient
    temperature range of +16 °C to
    +38 °C.
    A minimum installation height of
    850 mm must be observed.
    A door opening angle of 120° must
    be ensured so that you can remove
    the left-hand bean container.

    open the door wide enough to remove
    the left-hand bean container (minimum
    door opening angle of 120°).
    To install the machine, you will need a
    TX 20 screwdriver.
    Tip: It is useful to have somewhere at
    the height of the niche to place the
    machine on. This will make it easier to
    connect the machine to the electricity
    and water supplies.
    Connecting the water and electricity
    supplies
    Observe the information under
    “Mains water connection” and
    “Electrical connection”.
     Connect the coffee machine to the
    water and electricity supplies.
    Pushing in and aligning the coffee
    machine
    When pushing the machine into the
    niche, make sure that the electrical
    and mains water connections do not
    get trapped or damaged.
     Push the coffee machine all the way
    into the niche until you feel a
    resistance.
     Check the height of the coffee
    machine to make sure that it is sitting
    centrally in the niche and that it is
    level. Align the machine.

    Check that there is a gap of at least
    299 mm between the wall (or similar)
    and the coffee machine so that you can

    Never align the coffee machine by
    adjusting the door hinges. This will
    prevent the milk flask from attaching
    correctly and interfere with the milk
    preparation process.
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    Now screw the coffee machine to the
    furniture unit.
     Open the machine door.

    Door opening limiters
    The coffee machine door hinges are
    equipped with door opening limiters
    that restrict the opening angle of the
    machine door to approx. 120°. This will
    prevent the machine door from hitting
    an adjacent wall and being damaged
    when opened.
    The door opening limiters can be
    removed, allowing you to increase the
    opening angle to approx. 170°. This
    makes it easier to remove the bean
    containers, for example.

    Two TX20 (25 mm) screws are
    included with the machine.
     Secure the coffee machine to the side
    walls of the furniture unit using the
    screws supplied. Tighten both screws
    by hand.
    Tip: To make it easier to attach the
    screw on the left, you can remove the
    door opening limiters and increase the
    door opening angle to approx. 170°
    (see “Door opening limiters”). Make
    sure that there is sufficient space
    available and that the machine door is
    not going to hit an adjacent wall.
     Carry out a functional check on the
    coffee machine.

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    Removing the door opening limiters
    Make sure that sufficient space is
    available for the larger door opening
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     Remove the door opening limiters
    from the hinges, e.g. by prising them
    out with a screwdriver.
    The machine door opening angle has
    now been increased to approx. 170°.

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    Conformity declaration
    Miele hereby declares that this coffee
    machine complies with Directive
    2014/53/EU.
    The complete text of the EU declaration
    of conformity is available from one of
    the following internet addresses:
    – Products, Download from
    www.miele.co.uk
    – For service, information, operating
    instructions etc: go to
    www.miele.co.uk/domestic/
    customer-information-385.htm and
    enter the name of the product or the
    serial number
    Frequency band
    of the WiFi
    module

    2.4000 GHz –
    2.4835 GHz

    Maximum
    transmitting
    power of the WiFi
    module

    < 100 mW

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    Copyrights and Licences
    Miele uses their own and third party software which is not subject to any so-called
    Open Source Licence for the operation and control of the appliance. This software/
    these software components are protected by copyright. The copyright powers of
    Miele and third parties have to be respected.
    Furthermore, this appliance contains software components which are distributed
    under Open Source licence conditions. Please refer to Settings | Legal information |
    Open Source licences in the appliance for the Open Source components contained
    therein, together with the corresponding copyright notices, copies of the licence
    terms valid at the time, and any further information. The liability and warranty
    provisions of the Open Source licence terms and conditions as stated therein
    apply only in relation to the respective rights holders.
    In particular, the appliance contains software components licenced by the
    copyright holders under the GNU General Public License, Version 2, or the GNU
    Lesser General Public License, Version 2.1. For a period of at least 3 years from
    the date of purchase or delivery of the appliance respectively, Miele offers to
    provide you or third parties with a machine-readable copy of the source code of
    the Open Source components contained in the appliance and licenced under the
    terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2, or the GNU Lesser General
    Public License, Version 2.1, on a data carrier (CD-ROM, DVD or USB stick). Please
    contact us via e-mail (info@miele.com) or the below postal address and state the
    product name, the serial number and the date of purchase to obtain this source
    code.
    Miele & Cie. KG
    Open Source
    GTZ/TIM
    Carl-Miele-Straße 29
    33332 Gütersloh
    Please note the limited warranty in favour of the rights holders under the terms of
    the GNU General Public License, Version 2, and the GNU Lesser General Public
    License, Version 2.1:
    This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY
    WARRANTY, without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY of FITNESS
    FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License and GNU
    Lesser General Public License for more details.

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    United Kingdom
    Miele Co. Ltd.
    Fairacres, Marcham Road
    Abingdon, Oxon, OX14 1TW
    Tel: 0330 160 6600
    Internet: www.miele.com
    Australia
    Miele Australia Pty. Ltd.
    ACN 005 635 398
    ABN 96 005 635 398
    1 Gilbert Park Drive
    Knoxfield, VIC 3180
    Tel: 1300 464 353
    Internet: www.miele.com.au
    China
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    200040 Shanghai, PRC
    Tel: +86 21 6157 3500
    Fax: +86 21 6157 3511
    E-mail: info@miele.cn,
    Internet: www.miele.cn
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    Tel: (852) 2610 1025
    Fax: (852) 3579 1404
    Email:
    customerservices@miele.com.hk
    Website: www.miele.hk
    India
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    Copia Corporate Suites
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    New Delhi - 110025
    Tel: 011-46 900 000
    Fax: 011-46 900 001
    E-mail: customercare@miele.in
    Internet: www.miele.in

    Ireland
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    Tel: (01) 461 07 10
    Fax: (01) 461 07 97
    E-Mail: info@miele.ie
    Internet: www.miele.ie
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    Phone: +603-6209-0288
    Fax: +603-6205-3768
    New Zealand
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    IRD 98 463 631
    Level 2, 10 College Hill
    Freemans Bay, Auckland 1011
    New Zealand
    Tel: 0800 464 353
    Internet: www.miele.co.nz
    Singapore
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    Singapore 238463
    Tel: +65 6735 1191
    Fax: +65 6735 1161
    E-Mail: info@miele.com.sg
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    Tel: (011) 875 9000
    Fax: (011) 875 9035
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    TEL: +886 2 2502-7256
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    Website:
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    Office No. 6-217
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    Tel. +971 4 3044 999
    Fax. +971 4 3418 852
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    CVA 7845
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Andere Handbücher von Miele CVA 7845

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Miele CVA 7845 Kurzanleitung - Holländisch - 2 seiten

Miele CVA 7845 Bedienungsanleitung und Installationsanweisung - Holländisch - 120 seiten

Miele CVA 7845 Bedienungsanleitung - Französisch - 120 seiten


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