Miele KM5840BL240 Installation Instruction

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Operating and Installation
Instructions
Ceramic Cooktop
KM 5840
KM 5860
KM 5880
To prevent accidents and
appliance damage,
read these instructions
before
installation or use.
M.-Nr. 07 844 710
en - US, CA

Summary of Contents of installation instruction for Miele KM5840BL240

  • Page 1Operating and Installation Instructions Ceramic Cooktop KM 5840 KM 5860 KM 5880 To prevent accidents and en - US, CA...
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  • Page 3 Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 4IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Children WARNING- When using your appliance follow basic ~ Use the safety lock to ensure that unsupervised...
  • Page 5 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Technical safety ~ Before servicing, disconnect the appliance from the main power supply. ~ Installation, repair...
  • Page 6IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Safety ~ Never use the appliance to heat a room. Due to the high temperatures ~ DO...
  • Page 7 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ~ Make certain that the power cords of ~ To prevent damage to the cooktop small...
  • Page 8IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ~ Any spills should be removed as quickly as possible to prevent them from burning on and...
  • Page 9 Description of the appliance KM 5840 acd Two-zone variable burners b One-zone burner e Control panel Burner C Diameter...
  • Page 10Description of the appliance KM 5860 ac Two-zone variable burners be One-zone burners d Three-zone variable burner f Control panel...
  • Page 11 Description of the appliance KM 5880 ace Two-zone variable burners b One-zone burner d Three-zone variable burner f Control...
  • Page 12Description of the appliance Control panel Touch controls Indicator lights a Cooktop On/Off i Cooktop On/Off b Settings bar 0...
  • Page 13 Before using for the first time Clean the cooktop Heat the cooktop ^ Before using for the first time,...
  • Page 14How the burners operate One-zone burners use one heating One-zone burner strip; two-zone burners and grill zones have two heating...
  • Page 15 Use Turning On To select a power level: The cooktop must be turned on before Standard factory setting any...
  • Page 16Use Power settings The cooktop is factory-programmed with 9 power levels. If you would like finer setting control, you can...
  • Page 17 Use Cooking with Auto-heat When Auto-heat has been activated, Continued Heat-up time the burner automatically turns on at the...
  • Page 18Use Variable burner Two-zone burner With some cooktop models (see ^ Touch "0" on the settings bar of the "Description...
  • Page 19 Use Turning off and residual heat indicators To turn a burner off ^ Touch "0" on the settings bar...
  • Page 20Selecting cookware – Use cookware with thick, flat, smooth Energy saving tips bottoms. Slightly concave bottoms – For the most...
  • Page 21 Timer The cooktop must be turned on to use the timer. The timer can be used for two different...
  • Page 22Timer Setting the timer Minutes Hours Example: You want to set a time of 15 To set full hours, touch...
  • Page 23 Timer To change the set time ^ Touch the m control. ^ Set the desired time as described in...
  • Page 24Timer Turning a burner off The time counts down in minutes. The automatically time remaining is shown in the timer...
  • Page 25 Timer Using both timer functions at the same time The kitchen timer and automatic shut-off functions can be used...
  • Page 26Safety features Child safety lock / System lock To activate the locks Your appliance is equipped with a ^ Touch...
  • Page 27 Safety features Stop and Go To activate Stop and Go Your appliance has a Stop and Go ^ Touch...
  • Page 28Safety features Safety shut-off Safety shut-off if the touch controls are covered Safety shut-off for cooking times that Your cooktop...
  • Page 29 Safety features Overheat protection Each burner is equipped with a temperature limiter. This feature automatically turns off the heating...
  • Page 30Cleaning and Care Do not use a steam cleaner to clean Clean any spills immediately before this appliance. Steam could...
  • Page 31 Programming The programming of your cooktop can To set the program be modified (see chart). ^ To set the...
  • Page 32Programming Program* Status** Setting P 0 Demo mode and factory S 0 Demo mode On default settings S 1 Demo...
  • Page 33 Programming Program* Status** Setting P 8 Auto-heat S 0 Off S 1 On P 10 Miele|home S 0 Feature...
  • Page 34Frequently asked questions ,Repairs should only be carried out by an authorized technician in accordance with local and national safety...
  • Page 35 Frequently asked questions The cooktop turns off while in use, and a flashing F appears in the timer display....
  • Page 36Frequently asked questions The sensor switches are hypersensitive or not sensitive enough. Possible fault Solution The sensitivity of the First,...
  • Page 37 Technical Service In the event of a fault which you cannot easily fix yourself, please contact the Miele Technical...
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  • Page 39Installation Instructions IMPORTANT: SAVE FOR THE LOCAL ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR'S USE Information is subject to change. Please refer to our website...
  • Page 40IMPORTANT INSTALLATION SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Note to the installer: ~ This appliance has not been Please leave this instruction book designed...
  • Page 41 IMPORTANT INSTALLATION SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Safety distance from divider Safety distances above the Installation of a divider under the appliance...
  • Page 42IMPORTANT INSTALLATION SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Safety distances to the sides of the appliance The appliance should only be installed as shown...
  • Page 43 Installation Safety distance from the wall covering If a wall covering is installed, a minimum safety distance must be...
  • Page 44Installation Frame/Facet Cooktops Sealing Tiled surfaces The grouting a and shaded area under The appliance must not be permanently the...
  • Page 45 Installation dimensions KM 5840 a Spring clips b Front c Installation height d Connecting cable, Length = 56 11/16"...
  • Page 46Installation dimensions KM 5860 a Spring clips b Front c Installation height d Connecting cable, Length = 56 11/16" (1440...
  • Page 47 Installation dimensions KM 5880 a Spring clips b Front c Installation height d Connecting cable, Length = 56 11/16"...
  • Page 48Installation Wood or solid surface countertop The exact positions of the spring ^ Seal the cut surfaces with a suitable...
  • Page 49 Installation Granite countertop Strong double-sided adhesive tape and silicon are required for installation (not included). ^ Coat the lateral...
  • Page 50Installation Insert the cooktop ^ Feed the power cord down through the cut-out. ^ Place the cooktop lightly on the...
  • Page 51 Electrical connection Power supply ,CAUTION: Before installation or ^ Be sure your electrical supply servicing, disconnect the power matches...
  • Page 52Help protect our environment Disposal of packing materials Disposal of an old appliance The cardboard box and packing Old appliances...
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  • Page 56Alteration rights reserved / 2413 M.-Nr. 07 844 710 / 02 INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE REFER TO OUR...
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