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  1. Hi, My Miele G2670 dishwasher stops a couple of minutes into any cycle with a pair of F63/F84 error codes. I've stripped, tested and rebuilt the "slide shutter assembly" that is on the side of the circulator pump, the part the codes refer to. Encouragingly there were obvious signs of a leak from it that had shorted and corroded its wiring at the connectors. All cleaned up now and motor/rotation and micro-switch checked working off the machine, reinstalled and..... F63/F84 after two minutes. Not sure what to do now as there seems little chance that and a replacement pump/shutter assembly is going to solve this. Also, I'm under domestic pressure because my hifi went wrong on the same day but I've fixed that. Thanks! PS Same thing happened a year ago and I was able to fix it just by opening the machine and staring at it really hard. Actually I think someone had posted quick fix using a button combination that worked and I can't find now. Anyone remember it?
  2. Just noticed that all five knobs were out this morning. All burners still ignite just fine. The unit was purchased January 2019 and we have been super happy with it. While not a necessary feature, the backlit knobs were nice looking and did remind you the unit was on if you walked away from a summer, etc. I called Miele and they can't help diagnose any longer unless you are a certified tech and it was just a one year warranty so paying $100 for a visit plus time and any parts didn't seem worth it for just the LED ring lights. I did pull it today and took it halfway apart. Verified 110 voltage in a few spots, but couldn't get a bead on the 12V. There was a board that looked like it converted the voltage and another unit mounted in a more difficult spot to get to. All wires looked good. If there is any easy diagnosis I can do, electrical/circuit diagram, or troubleshooting guide that would be great. Any help appreciated!
  3. I have owned this washer since I bought it new in 1999. Up until last week I had exactly zero issues with it. That's 18 years of trouble-free operation. This washer has survived three moves, including two long distance out of state moves. Last week during the wash cycle a red light indicating a drain problem came on and the water did not drain from the load of laundry I was doing. I could not hear the drain pump motor running. I drained the machine manually and tried to find info online about this problem. Unfortunately, I could not find anything at all about this. So I downloaded a service manual that Miele provides and set about troubleshooting the problem myself. I am an electrical engineer by education and software engineer by profession, so I am not intimidated by electronics. I started by measuring the resistance of the drain pump motor. If it measured as open circuit or short circuit it would indicate a bad motor. Alas, the motor measured something around 4 ohms, which seemed normal to me. So started checking for power going to the motor. I connected my voltmeter to the motor supply wire and put the washer into a drain cycle. This washer can be put into any of the available cycle components by user controls. I can select spin, drain or rinse from the front panel. So I selected drain and my voltmeter read nothing from the drain pump motor feed. Miele makes access to the internals of the machine very simple. Three 10mm bolts around the tub opening and two screws in the soap dispenser area and the whole front including the washer door swings open on a hinge to the right. This machine has two circuit boards mounted to the front sheet metal. A logic board up top and a power control board down on the bottom. They are connected by a ribbon cable. I traced the drain pump motor wire to the lower power board and put my voltmeter there. No power coming from the power board to the drain pump. At this point I could say that the problem is either in the power board or the logic board that issues commands to the power board. My money was on the power board since that is what does all the heavy lifting of operating the pump. It has a bunch of relays on it that switch the power on and off to the various motors in the machine. I went ahead and removed the power board from the machine. Miele made that very easy. A few plastic clips that could be released with a screw driver and board was off. I unplugged all the connectors and took a good look at the board all over. Immediately, I saw a printed trace on the board that looked suspicious. Traces on the board are wires that carry electricity to various places. The trace in question went from a relay to a via, which is a special hole in the board that carries the trace over to the other side. On the other side the trace also looked suspicious and continued from the via to the connector that supplies the drain pump motor with power. I had my problem right there in plain sight. The trace is a thin layer of copper bonded to the circuit board and covered with a silk screen (green in this case). The green of the silkscreen was completely gone from that particular trace (on both sides) and the copper looked like it was no longer bonded to the board, but rather floating above it. I checked for continuity from one end of the trace to the other and got an open circuit. This was the problem. Over the years the current running along the trace has heated it up repeatedly (possibly due to a design flaw that under sized this trace or maybe because the drain pump struggled against some clogs in the past) and finally repeated heating and cooling of the trace caused it to fail. The fix was very simple. I simple removed the damaged trace from the board since it was just hanging there not really attached to anything. Then I ran a fairly thick 14 gauge wire to replace the trace. This required a little soldering. I reassembled everything and now my washer is running like new again. I hope this helps some one in the future. If more details are needed, please contact me. I'll be happy to help.
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    Miele Speed Ovens H4080BM H4082BM H_408x_BM_TI.pdf
  5. Miele T1500 Series Dryers Technical Information View File TECHNICAL INFORMATION T1500 Series Clothes Dryers Published 2003 Submitter plundgren3952 Submitted 09/18/2019 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
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    TECHNICAL INFORMATION T1500 Series Clothes Dryers Published 2003
  7. Type HG01 Intake/Drain starts blinking within 2-3 minutes from start then the time on the wash goes to zero even if it read over 2 hours seconds before. Before this happened, it also didn't drain completely after it was done. We have taken the filter on the bottom out and cleaned it, but it was not clogged in the first place. Machine is about 10 years old and we never had problems with it before now. Not sure what other info I can provide. Help please. Thank you
  8. Miele CVA2650 CVA2652 CVA2660 CVA2662 Coffee Systems Service Manual View File 2013 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 12/14/2018 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  9. I have a new (to me) Miele T1576 dryer that I need to change the door swing on. It looks pretty straightforward other than the door release mechanism (it's released via a button on the control panel) so I was hoping someone could point me to a manual or has done it successfully as Miele tech support wasn't helpful. Thanks!
  10. Version 2017


    Miele G6000 series dishwashers - service manual and wire diagrams
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    Published 2018
  12. Miele CVA640x CVA680x Coffee System Service Manual View File Published 2018 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 05/23/2018 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
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    Miele PG805x PG806x Pro Dishwasher published 2016
  14. Miele PG805x PG806x Pro Dishwasher Service Manual and Wiring Diagram View File Miele PG805x PG806x Pro Dishwasher published 2016 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 05/18/2018 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  15. Miele G 600 G 800 Dishwashers Service Manual View File Published 2016 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 05/15/2018 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
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    Published 2016
  17. Hi All, Looking for a Service Manual for a Miele Dishwasher- M# G 4225 SCU S# 61/101771229 Have found these- The latter does not seem to include this M#.
  18. Version 1.0.0


    Models G 4205 G 4225 G 4270 G 4275 G 4281 G 4286 G 5105 G 5175 G 5225 G 5285 G 5915 G 5975 G 45x0 G 5505 G 5570 G 5575 G 5605 G 567x G 5705 G 5775 publication date: 2014
  19. Miele G4xxx G5xxx Dishwasher Service Manual View File Models G 4205 G 4225 G 4270 G 4275 G 4281 G 4286 G 5105 G 5175 G 5225 G 5285 G 5915 G 5975 G 45x0 G 5505 G 5570 G 5575 G 5605 G 567x G 5705 G 5775 publication date: 2014 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 09/30/2017 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
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    PUB 06 712 720
  21. Miele DS249-4 Vent Hood Operating and Installation Instructions View File PUB 06 712 720 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 04/20/2017 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  22. I have a single burner that will not spark on a Miele KM3475G. The igniter, switch and connections between the spark module, switch and igniter are good. I can light the burner with a match. Thinking it is either the spark module or the circuit board. Not sure how to troubleshoot at this point. Any help appreciated.
  23. Hi All, In need of a pdf of the Miele KM3475G Service Manual. Any help appreciated. Happy New Year!
  24. Miele T8000 Series Dryer Schematic View File PUB 12-0232 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 08/17/2016 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
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