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  • Brand: Miele
  • Product: Broom
  • Model/name: Swing H1 Parquet Plus EcoLine
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: German, French, Italian, Danish

Table of Contents

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en - Contents
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Warning and Safety instructions........................................................................  26
Guide to the appliance........................................................................................  32
Caring for the environment ................................................................................  34
Notes on Delegated Regulation (EU) No. 665/2013 and 666/2013..................  35
Illustrations ..........................................................................................................  36
Preparing for use.................................................................................................  36
Use........................................................................................................................  37
Setting down and storing the vacuum cleaner.................................................  38
Maintenance ........................................................................................................  38
Purchasing new dustbags and filters .................................................................... 38
Ordering the correct dustbags and filters ............................................................. 39
When to change the dustbag (dia. 20) .................................................................. 39
How the dustbag change indicator works ............................................................ 39
How to replace the dustbag ................................................................................. 39
When to change the dust compartment filter (for motor protection)..................... 40
How to change the dust compartment filter ........................................................ 40
When to replace the exhaust filter......................................................................... 40
How to replace the AirClean filter ......................................................................... 40
How to replace an Active AirClean filter or an AirClean+ filter ............................. 40
Replacing one type of exhaust filter with another................................................. 41
When to change the thread lifters ......................................................................... 41
How to replace the thread lifters .......................................................................... 41
Cleaning the roller on the AllTeQ floorhead .......................................................... 41
Cleaning and care ...............................................................................................  42
Problem solving guide ........................................................................................  43
After sales service...............................................................................................  44
Guarantee.............................................................................................................  44
Optional accessories ..........................................................................................  44
Electrical connection for the UK........................................................................  46
Electrical connection AU, NZ .............................................................................  46
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This vacuum cleaner complies with current safety re-
quirements. Inappropriate use can, however, lead to per-
sonal injury and damage to property.
To avoid the risk of accidents and damage to the vacuum
cleaner, please read these instructions carefully before
using it for the first time. They contain important informa-
tion on its safety, operation and maintenance.
Keep these instructions in a safe place and ensure that
new users are familiar with the content. Pass them on to
any future owner.
Always disconnect the vacuum cleaner from the mains
supply when you have finished using it, before changing
over accessories, as well as for maintenance work and
cleaning. Switch the vacuum cleaner off at the wall
socket and unplug it.
Correct application
 This vacuum cleaner is intended for cleaning flooring in
domestic households and similar residential environments.
 This vacuum cleaner can be used for all normal cleaning
of carpets, rugs and robust hard flooring.
 This vacuum cleaner is not intended for outdoor use.
 The vacuum cleaner must only be used to vacuum dry
floor surfaces. Do not use on people and animals. Any
other usage, modification or alteration is not supported by
the manufacturer and could be dangerous.
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 This vacuum cleaner can only be used by people with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of
experience or knowledge, if they are supervised whilst us-
ing it or have been shown how to use it in a safe way and
understand and recognise the consequences of incorrect
operation.
Safety with children
 Children under 8 years of age must be kept away from
the vacuum cleaner unless they are constantly supervised.
 Children 8 years and older may only use the vacuum
cleaner unsupervised if they have been shown how to use
it safely and recognise and understand the consequences
of incorrect operation.
 Children must not be allowed to clean or maintain the
vacuum cleaner unsupervised.
 Please supervise children in the vicinity of the vacuum
cleaner and do not let them play with it.
Technical safety
 Before using the vacuum cleaner and its accessories,
check for any visible signs of damage. Do not use a dam-
aged appliance.
 Ensure that the connection data on the data plate of the
vacuum cleaner (voltage and frequency) match the mains
electricity supply exactly. The vacuum cleaner is suitable
for use with 50 Hz or 60 Hz without modification.
 The mains electrical plug must be fitted with an appro-
priate fuse.
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 Reliable and safe operation of this vacuum cleaner can
only be assured if it has been connected to the mains elec-
tricity supply.
 In areas with fluctuating power supplies the vacuum
cleaner may suffer a temporary drop in power. If the supply
impedance at the point of connection to the electrical sup-
ply exceeds 0.457 Ohm, further measures may be required
before the vacuum cleaner can be connected to this sup-
ply and operated as normal. If necessary check the imped-
ance with your local energy supply provider.
 While the vacuum cleaner is under guarantee, repairs
should only be undertaken by a Miele authorised service
technician. Otherwise the guarantee will be invalidated.
 Do not pull or carry the vacuum cleaner by the cable,
and be careful not to damage the cable when withdrawing
the plug from the socket. Keep the cable away from sharp
edges and do not let it get squashed, for example, under a
door. Avoid running the vacuum cleaner over the cable.
This could damage the cable, plug or socket. The appli-
ance must not be used if any of these have suffered dam-
age.
 Do not use the vacuum cleaner if the cable is damaged.
If the cable is damaged it must be replaced with an original
Miele cable. For safety reasons this work must be done by
the Miele Service Department or a Miele authorised service
technician.
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 The socket on the vacuum cleaner (depending on
model) must only be used for the Miele Electrobrushes lis-
ted in these operating instructions.
 Do not let the vacuum cleaner get wet. Clean only with a
dry cloth or slightly damp cloth when disconnected from
the mains supply.
 Repairs should only be carried out by a Miele authorised
service technician. Repairs and other work by unqualified
persons can cause considerable danger to users.
Correct use
 To avoid the risk of damage, do not use the vacuum
cleaner without the dustbag, dust compartment filter and
exhaust filter in place.
 The dust compartment cover will not close without a
dustbag fitted. Do not force it.
 Floor attachments, accessories and tubes must not be
used at head level.
 Do not vacuum up anything which has been burning or
is still glowing e.g. cigarettes, ashes or coal, whether glow-
ing or apparently extinguished.
 Do not use the vacuum cleaner to vacuum up any water,
liquid or damp dirt. Wait until any freshly cleaned or sham-
pooed rugs or carpets are completely dry before attempt-
ing to vacuum.
 Do not use the vacuum cleaner to vacuum toner dust.
Toner, such as that used in printers and photocopiers, can
conduct electricity.
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 Do not vacuum up any inflammable or combustible li-
quids or gases and do not vacuum in areas where such
substances are stored.
Accessories
 To avoid the risk of injury when vacuuming with a Miele
Electrobrush or Turbobrush, do not touch the rotating roller
brush.
 The Miele Electrobrush is a motor driven accessory for
use only with Miele vacuum cleaners. For safety reasons,
the vacuum cleaner must not be used with an Electrobrush
produced by another manufacturer.
 Only use genuine dustbags, filters and accessories with
the "Original Miele" logo on them. Otherwise the manufac-
turer cannot guarantee the safety of the product.
Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by incor-
rect use or operation or by non-compliance with these
Warning and Safety instructions.
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a Floorhead *
b Dustbag change indicator
c Dust compartment release catch
d Carry handle with controls
e Accessory clip with two accessories*
f Suction tube *
g Release buttons
h Handle with non-slip end cap and hook
i Cable hooks for mains cable
j Mains cable
k Cable clip
l Release button for the telescopic tube *
m Exhaust filter cover (on back)
n Dust compartment filter (for motor protection)
o Dustbag
p Socket for Electrobrush *
Features marked * depend on model and may vary or not be available on your va-
cuum cleaner.
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Disposal of packing material
The packaging is designed to protect
against transportation damage. The
packaging materials used are selected
from materials which are environment-
ally friendly for disposal and should be
recycled.
Recycling the packaging reduces the
use of raw materials in the manufactur-
ing process and also reduces the
amount of waste in landfill sites. Ensure
that any plastic wrappings, bags,etc.
are disposed of safely and kept out of
the reach of babies and young children.
Danger of suffocation.
Disposing of the dustbag and
filters
Dustbags and filters are made from en-
vironmentally friendly materials, and can
be disposed of with the normal house-
hold waste, as long as they have been
used exclusively for general household
dust.
Disposing of your old appli-
ance
Before disposing of your old appliance
remove the dustbag and filters and dis-
pose of them with your household
waste.
Electrical and electronic equipment of-
ten contains valuable materials. These
include substances which, if handled or
disposed of incorrectly, could be poten-
tially hazardous to human health and to
the environment. They are, however, es-
sential for the correct functioning of
your appliance. Please do not therefore
dispose of it with your domestic waste.
Please dispose of it at your local com-
munity waste collection / recycling
centre, or contact your dealer for ad-
vice.
Ensure that it presents no danger to
children while being stored for disposal.
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Notes on Delegated Regulation
(EU) No. 665/2013 and
666/2013
This vacuum cleaner is a domestic va-
cuum cleaner and is classified as a uni-
versal vacuum cleaner in accordance
with the above delegated regulations.
These operating instructions, the EU
data sheet and the energy efficiency la-
bel for this vacuum cleaner are available
to download from the Miele website.
The annual energy consumption stated
on the data sheet and on the energy ef-
ficiency label describes the indicative
annual energy consumption (kWh per
year), based on 50 cleaning cycles. Ac-
tual energy consumption depends on
how the vacuum cleaner is used.
All tests and calculations were carried
out according to the following harmon-
ised standards applicable at the time in
due consideration of the published reg-
ulation guidelines of the European
Commission from September 2014:
a) EN 60312-1 Vacuum cleaners for
household use - Part 1: Dry vacuum
cleaners - Methods for measuring the
performance.
b) EN 60704-2-1 Household and similar
electrical appliances - Test code for the
determination of airborne acoustical
noise - Part 2-1: Particular requirements
for vacuum cleaners.
c) EN 60335-2-2 Household and similar
electrical appliances - Safety - Part 2-2:
Particular requirements for vacuum
cleaner and water suction appliances.
Not all floorheads and accessories sup-
plied with the vacuum cleaner are inten-
ded for intensive cleaning of carpets or
hard floors as described in the regula-
tions. The following floorheads and set-
tings were used to determine the val-
ues:
a) For energy consumption, cleaning
class and sound power level on carpet
the adjustable floorhead supplied was
used in the carpet position (see "Use").
If your vacuum cleaner is supplied as
standard with an electrobrush, this is
designed for intensive vacuuming of
carpet and will have been used to de-
termine the above values on carpet.
b) For energy consumption and clean-
ing class on hard floors the adjustable
floorhead supplied was used in the hard
floor position (see "Use"). If your va-
cuum cleaner is supplied as standard
with the SRD hard floorbrush, this is de-
signed for intensive vacuuming of hard
floors with gaps and crevices and will
have been used to determine the above
values on hard floors.
Exception: FiberTeQ floorhead
For energy consumption and cleaning
class on carpet and hard floors and
sound power level on carpet the Fiber-
TeQ floorhead was used in the carpet
position.
The values on the EU data sheet and
the energy efficiency label refer exclus-
ively to the combinations and settings
of floorheads on the different floor sur-
faces described here.
Original Miele dustbags, dust compart-
ment filters and exhaust filters were
used for all measurements.
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Illustrations
The illustrations referred to in the text
are shown on the fold-out pages at
the end of these operating instruc-
tions.
Preparing for use
Attach the suction tube (dia. 01)
 Fit the suction tube with the square
hole facing upwards into the body of
the vacuum cleaner and twist gently
until it clicks into place.
To detach the suction tube
 Press the release button (see detail)
and pull off the tube with a gentle
twist.
Connect the handle to the suction
tube (dia. 02)
 Fit the handle with the square hole fa-
cing upwards into the tube and twist
gently until it clicks into position.
 To detach the handle from the suction
tube, press the release button and
pull the handle out of the suction
tube, twisting it slightly as you do so.
The handle can also be fitted directly to
the body of the vacuum cleaner (dia.
03).
The vacuum cleaner is then easier to
use, e.g. when vacuuming mattresses,
upholstery etc.
Attach the standard floorhead / hard
floorbrush (dia. 04)
 Attach the floorhead / floorbrush to
the vacuum cleaner connection stub
and twist gently until it clicks into po-
sition.
 To detach the floorhead or floorbrush,
press the release button and pull the
vacuum cleaner away from the floor-
head twisting it slightly as you do so.
The suction tube can also be attached
to the vacuum cleaner connection stub
(dia. 05). This is useful for vacuuming
underneath low furniture, for example.
Winding up the mains cable (dia. 06)
When the vacuum cleaner is not in use
the cable can be wound around the two
cable hooks.
Secure the cable by clamping the plug
to the cable (see detail).
Using the accessories supplied
(dia. 07)
 Accessory clip
 Crevice nozzle
 Upholstery nozzle
Accessory clip (dia. 08)
(depending on model)
 If required, attach the accessory clip
to the suction tube.
 Push the accessory clip down over
the cable hook ring until it clicks into
position.
The accessory clip holds the accessor-
ies (dia. 09).
Some models are supplied as standard
with one of the following accessories
which are not illustrated.
– Electrobrush
– Turbobrush
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These are supplied with their own oper-
ating instructions.
Use
Unwind the mains cable (dia. 10)
The lower cable hook swivels round.
 Turn it upwards so that the cable can
be removed easily.
To adjust the telescopic tube (dia. 11)
(depending on model)
One part of the telescopic tube is
packed inside the other and can be ad-
justed to suit your height for comfort-
able vacuum cleaning.
 Press the release button to release
the tubes and adjust to the required
height.
Switch the vacuum cleaner on
(dia. 12)
 Plug the vacuum cleaner into a suit-
able switched socket.
 When vacuuming hang the cable over
the cable hook on the handle (see de-
tail).
This way the mains cable will not get in
the way during vacuuming. This also
takes the strain off the cable-entry on
the vacuum cleaner.
Switching on and off (dia. 13 + 14)
There are two separate switches on the
carrying handle to enable the vacuum
cleaner to be conveniently operated in
any vacuum-cleaning situation.
Double slide switch
0 = Vacuum cleaner is switched off
min. = Reduced suction
max. = Maximum suction
Select min. for vacuuming lightweight
items such as curtains or rugs.
Select max. if using a turbobrush.
 To switch the vacuum cleaner on,
slide either switch to max.
 To switch the vacuum cleaner off,
push the slide switch to 0 until it
clicks.
Using the SRD hard floorbrush
(depending on model)
Please observe the flooring manu-
facturer's cleaning and care instruc-
tions.
This hard floorbrush is especially suit-
able for vacuuming floors with deep
gaps and crevices, e.g. old wooden
flooring.
To adjust the floorhead (dia. 15 + 16)
This vacuum cleaner can be used for
daily cleaning of carpets, rugs and ro-
bust hard flooring.
Miele offer a range of other floorheads,
brushes and accessories for other types
of flooring and special requirements
(see "Optional accessories").
Please observe the flooring manufac-
turer's cleaning and care instructions.
Vacuum carpets and rugs with the
brush retracted:
 Press the  foot control.
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Clean hard flooring which is not sus-
ceptible to scratching, as well as floor-
ing with gaps or deep crevices in it with
the brush protruding:
 Press the  foot control.
Setting down and storing the
vacuum cleaner
There is a non-slip end cap on the
handle. The vacuum cleaner can be
leaned upright against a wall or furniture
during pauses in vacuuming or when
storing it (dia. 17).
Before leaving the vacuum cleaner
make sure it is switched off and if you
lean it against a wall make sure it is at
a safe angle so that it cannot fall over.
When using a floorbrush we recom-
mend that you hang the vacuum
cleaner up when storing it to protect
the bristles.
For longer term storage, the vacuum
cleaner can also be hung on a wall
hook using the hook on the handle (dia.
18).
Maintenance
 Always disconnect the vacuum
cleaner from the electrical supply for
maintenance work and for cleaning.
Switch off at the wall socket and un-
plug it.
The Miele filtration system consists of
three components (dia. 19):
 Dustbag
 Dust compartment filter (for motor
protection)
 Exhaust filter
These will need to be replaced from
time to time to ensure that your vacuum
cleaner performs efficiently.
We recommend only using genuine
dustbags, filters and accessories
with the "Original Miele" logo on
them. This will ensure that the suc-
tion power of the vacuum cleaner is
maintained, giving the best possible
cleaning results.
Dustbags with the "Original Miele"
logo on them are not made from pa-
per or paper-based materials and nor
do they have a cardboard collar. This
is why our dustbags are particularly
long-lasting and reliable.
Please note that appliance faults and
damage originating from the use of
accessories which do not carry the
"Original Miele" logo will not be
covered by the appliance guarantee.
Purchasing new dustbags and filters
Original Miele dustbags and filters can
be ordered from Miele, your Miele
dealer or online at:
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Ordering the correct dustbags and
filters
Only use original Miele K/K dustbags
with a yellow collar and original Miele
filters. These are identified by the "Ori-
ginal Miele" logo on the packaging or
directly on the dustbag.
An Air Clean filter and a dust compart-
ment filter are supplied with every
packet of Miele dustbags.
These can also be purchased separ-
ately from your Miele Dealer, from Miele
or from the online shop. Please quote
the model number of your vacuum
cleaner when ordering to make sure you
get the correct filter.
When to change the dustbag (dia. 20)
Change the dustbag when the colour
marker in the dustbag change indicator
turns red, or sooner if it is no longer ef-
fective (see possible reasons for this
below).
Miele dustbags are disposable and
designed for single use only. Dispose
of the dustbag when full. Do not at-
tempt to reuse. Blocked pores in
used dustbags will reduce the suc-
tion power of the vacuum cleaner.
To check the dustbag change indic-
ator
 Attach the standard adjustable floor-
head to the vacuum cleaner.
 Switch the vacuum cleaner on and
select the highest power setting.
 Lift the floorhead off the floor a little.
How the dustbag change indicator
works
The dustbag change indicator is set for
normal household dust. This generally
contains a mixture of dust, hair,
threads, carpet fluff, grit etc.
However, if the cleaner has been used
to vacuum up fine dust, such as plaster,
brick dust, cement or flour, the pores of
the dustbag will become blocked very
quickly.
This affects the air permeability of the
bag, and the marker will indicate that
the bag is "full" even when it is not. If
this happens you must still change the
dustbag because suction power will be
greatly reduced by blocked pores in the
dustbag.
If, on the other hand, a large amount of
hair and carpet fluff which typically con-
tains a lot of air is vacuumed up, the in-
dicator may fail to react even though
the bag is full. You should still change it.
Both these extremes can occur.
How to replace the dustbag
(dia. 21, 22 + 23)
 Press the dust compartment release
catch and raise the lid.
 Holding the bag by the collar, lift it
away from the suction socket and
then pull it out of its holder.
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The dustbag has a closing flap which
closes automatically when the dustbag
is removed from the vacuum cleaner to
prevent any dust escaping.
 Fit the new dustbag into the yellow
holder as far as it will go. Leave it fol-
ded up when you take it out of the
box.
 It should be unfolded as far as pos-
sible in the dust compartment.
 Close the dust compartment lid se-
curely, making sure it clicks into posi-
tion. Take care not to trap the dust-
bag when doing so.
 The lid will not close without a
dustbag in place. Do not force it!
When to change the dust compart-
ment filter (for motor protection)
Replace this filter every time you start a
new packet of dustbags. A dust com-
partment filter is supplied with every
packet of Miele dustbags.
How to change the dust compart-
ment filter (dia. 24)
 Open the dust compartment lid.
 Unclip the yellow filter frame, re-
move the old filter and replace with a
new one.
 Close the filter frame making sure the
catch engages.
 Close the dust compartment lid mak-
ing sure it clicks into position.
When to replace the exhaust filter
Depending on model, your vacuum
cleaner will be fitted as standard with
one of the following exhaust filters (dia.
25):
aAirClean
Replace this filter every time you start a
new packet of Miele dustbags. An
AirClean exhaust filter is supplied with
every packet of Miele dustbags.
bActive AirClean
cAirClean+
These types of filter need to be
changed approx. once a year. Make a
note of the date on the filter.
How to replace the AirClean filter
(dia. 26, 27 + 28)
Do not use more than one exhaust fil-
ter at a time.
 Press the button on the rear of the
vacuum cleaner and remove the lid.
 Grasp the used AirClean filter by the
clean, unsoiled section and take it
out.
 Replace it with a new AirClean filter.
If you wish to fit an Active AirClean
or AirClean + filter please see "Re-
placing one type of exhaust filter with
another".
 Put the lid back on and close it.
How to replace an Active AirClean fil-
ter or an AirClean+ filter (dia. 29 + 30)
Do not use more than one exhaust fil-
ter at a time.
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 Press the button on the rear of the
vacuum cleaner and remove the lid
(dia. 26).
 Take out the used Active AirClean or
AirClean+ filter.
 Insert a new Active AirClean or
AirClean+ filter.
If you wish to fit an AirClean filter,
see "Replacing one type of exhaust
filter with another".
 Put the lid back on and close it.
Replacing one type of exhaust filter
with another
Depending on model, your vacuum
cleaner will be fitted as standard with
one of the following exhaust filters (dia.
25).
a AirClean
b Active AirClean (SF-AAC 10)
c AirClean+ (SF H 10)
You can replace the filter supplied with
the vacuum cleaner with one of the
other filters listed above.
Do not use more than one exhaust fil-
ter at a time.
When changing the filter please note:
(dia. 31)
1. If you wish to replace exhaust filter a
with filter b or c, it is essential that
you remove the filter grille from the
lid before you fit the new exhaust fil-
ter.
2. If you wish to replace exhaust filter b
or c with filter a, it is essential that
you also fit the filter grille * in the lid.
* Filter grille - see "Optional ac-
cessories".
To remove or insert the filter grille
(dia. 31)
 Grasp inside the hexagons in the filter
grille in the positions shown by the
arrows and squeeze slightly. The grille
can then be removed or inserted.
When to change the thread lifters
The thread lifters on the suction inlet to
the floorhead can be replaced. Check
them from time to time and replace
them if the pile has worn down.
How to replace the thread lifters
(dia. 32)
 Use a suitable screwdriver to remove
the thread lifters from the slots.
 Fit new thread lifters.
Cleaning the roller on the AllTeQ
floorhead (dia. 33)
 Release the bearing (with bayonet fit-
ting) using a coin.
 Press the bearing out, and remove.
 Remove the roller.
 Remove any threads and hair, replace
the roller and refit the bearing, locking
it back into position.
Replacement parts are available from
your Miele Dealer or from Miele (see
end of booklet for contact details).
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Cleaning and care
 Always disconnect the vacuum
cleaner from the electrical supply be-
fore cleaning it. Switch off at the wall
socket and unplug it.
Vacuum cleaner and accessories
The vacuum cleaner and all plastic ac-
cessories can be cleaned with a propri-
etary cleaner suitable for plastic.
 Do not use abrasive cleaning
agents, glass cleaning agents, all-
purpose cleaners or oil-based condi-
tioning agents.
Dust compartment
The dust compartment can, if neces-
sary, be cleaned using a dry duster,
brush or, if available, a second vacuum
cleaner to vacuum the dust out.
 Do not let the vacuum cleaner
get wet. If moisture gets into the ap-
pliance, there is a risk of electric
shock.
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Problem solving guide
Problem Cause and remedy
The vacuum cleaner
switches off automatic-
ally.
A temperature limiter switches the vacuum cleaner off
automatically if it gets too hot.
This can occur if, for instance, large articles block the
suction tube or when the dustbag is full or contains
particles of fine dust. A heavily soiled exhaust or dust
compartment filter can also be the cause of overheat-
ing.
 Always disconnect the vacuum cleaner from the
electrical supply for maintenance work and for
cleaning. Switch off at the wall socket and unplug
it.
After removing the cause, wait for approximately 20 -
30 minutes to allow the vacuum cleaner to cool down.
It can then be switched on again.
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After sales service
In the event of a fault that you cannot
easily remedy, please contact your
Miele Dealer or Miele (see end of book-
let for contact details).
Please note that telephone calls may
be monitored or recorded for training
purposes (UK only).
Guarantee
The appliance is guaranteed for a
period of 2 years from the date of pur-
chase. In the UK you must activate your
cover by calling 0330 160 6640 or re-
gistering online at www.miele.co.uk.
For information on the appliance guar-
antee specific to your country please
contact Miele. See end of booklet for
contact details.
Optional accessories
Certain models are supplied as stand-
ard with one or more of the following
accessories.
Please observe the flooring manu-
facturer's cleaning and care instruc-
tions.
You can order these and many other
products on the internet at:
They can also be purchased from your
Miele Dealer or from Miele.
Electrobrushes
Electrobrushes can only be connected
to a vacuum cleaner which has an Elec-
trobrush socket.
Electrobrush Electro Comfort
(SEB 217)
This Electrobrush is particularly suitable
for intensive vacuuming of carpets
which are subject to hard wear. It is
very effective at removing deep seated
dirt and preventing areas of frequent
use being trodden into a path.
Electrobrush Electro Premium
(SEB 236)
In comparison to the SEB 217 this Elec-
trobrush is 60 mm wider and is also
more powerful, making it particularly
suitable for cleaning large areas.
It has the following additional features
compared to the SEB 217:
– the height can be adjusted to suit dif-
ferent depths of carpet pile,
– LED lighting to illuminate the floor in
front of it,
– a multi-function indicator light.
Floorheads / brushes
Classic Allergotec floorhead
(SBDH 285)
This floorhead is suitable for daily hy-
gienic cleaning of all floor surfaces. The
level of cleanliness of the floor shows in
a colour "traffic light" display when va-
cuuming.
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Turbo Comfort turbobrush
(STB 205)
This brush is ideal for cleaning cut pile
carpet.
Hard floor floorbrush (SBB 235)
This brush is designed for use on hard
flooring such as tiled or stone floors.
Parquet floorbrush
(SBB Parquet)
(only available in selected countries)
This brush has natural bristles and is
designed for use on smooth floors that
are susceptible to scratching
Other accessories
Turbo Mini Compact turbobrush
(STB 20)
For vacuuming upholstery, mattresses
or car seats etc.
Universal brush (SUB 20)
(only available in selected countries)
For dusting books, shelves, etc.
Radiator brush (SHB 30)
For dusting radiators, narrow shelves
and crevices.
Mattress nozzle (SMD 10)
For vacuuming upholstery, mattresses,
cushions, curtains, covers etc.
Crevice nozzle, 300 mm (SFD 10)
Extra long crevice nozzle for cleaning in
folds, crevices and corners.
Crevice nozzle, 560 mm (SFD 20)
Flexible crevice nozzle for vacuuming
hard to reach places.
Upholstery nozzle, 190 mm (SPD 10)
Extra wide upholstery nozzle for clean-
ing upholstered furniture, mattresses
and pillows.
Dusting brush
For vacuuming skirting boards, carved
furniture or ornaments.
Dusting brush with natural bristles
(SSP 10)
(only available in selected countries)
For dusting particularly delicate items.
Accessory clip
For storing the accessories supplied
(crevice nozzle and upholstery brush)
Cylinder vacuum cleaner accessories
Cylinder vacuum cleaner accessories
can be attached to the suction tube on
your vacuum cleaner to give greater
versatility.
This can enable you to reach high up
areas, e.g. the tops of door frames,
bookshelves, curtains, etc. and also
reach underneath low items of furniture
such as wardrobes and beds.
Please quote the model number of
your vacuum cleaner when purchas-
ing cylinder vacuum cleaner ac-
cessories.
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Filters
Active AirClean exhaust filter
(SF-AAC10)
Absorbs odours from the dirt in the
dustbag.
AirClean+ exhaust filter (SF H 10)
Excellent filtration level for very clean
exhaust air. This filter is particularly suit-
able for allergy sufferers.
Filter grille
The filter grille is required if you wish to
use an AirClean filter instead of an Act-
ive AirClean or AirClean+ filter.
Electrical connection for
the UK
All electrical work should be carried out
by a suitably qualified and competent
person in strict accordance with current
national and local safety regulations (BS
7671 in the UK). The voltage and fre-
quency are given on the data plate loc-
ated underneath the vacuum cleaner.
Please ensure that these match the
household mains supply. The fuse rat-
ing is quoted on the plug. The appli-
ance is supplied with a cable and moul-
ded plug ready for connection to a
230-240 V/50 Hz a.c. single phase sup-
ply.
Non-rewireable plugs BS 1363
The fuse cover must be re-fitted when
changing the fuse, and if the fuse cover
is lost the plug must not be used until a
suitable replacement is obtained. The
colour of the correct replacement cover
is that of the coloured insert in the base
of the plug, or the colour that is em-
bossed in words on the base of the
plug, (as applicable to the design of
plug fitted). Replacement fuses should
be ASTA approved to BS1362 and have
the correct rating. Replacement fuses
and fuse covers may be purchased
from your local electrical supplier.
Electrical connection AU,
NZ
All work should be carried out by a suit-
ably qualified and competent person in
strict accordance with national and
local safety regulations. The voltage
and rated load are given on the data
plate located underneath the vacuum
cleaner. Please ensure that these match
the household mains supply. The fuse
rating is quoted on the plug. The appli-
ance is supplied with a cable and moul-
ded plug ready for connection to a
230V/50Hz AC single phase supply.
Test Marks Electrical safety
RCM Mark
Electrically sup-
pressed
according to
AS/NZS CISPR
14.1
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United Kingdom
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Customer Contact Centre Tel: 0330 160 6600
E-mail: mielecare@miele.co.uk
Internet: www.miele.co.uk
Australia
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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
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1-3 Floor, No. 82 Shi Men Yi Road
Jing' an District
200040 Shanghai, PRC
Tel: +86 21 6157 3500, Fax: +86 21 6157 3511
E-mail: info@miele.cn, Internet: www.miele.cn
China
41/F - 4101, Manhattan Place
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Tel: (852) 2610 1331, Fax: (852)2610 1013
Email: mielehk@miele.com.hk
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Miele India Pvt. Ltd.
Ground Floor, Copia Corporate Suites
Plot No. 9, Jasola
New Delhi - 110025
Tel: 011-46 900 000, Fax: 011-46 900 001
E-mail: customercare@miele.in, Internet: www.miele.in
India
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2024 Bianconi Avenue
Citywest Business Campus, Dublin 24
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E-Mail: info@miele.ie, Internet: www.miele.ie
Ireland
Malaysia
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Menara Sapura Kencana Petroleum
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50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phone: +603-6209-0288
Fax: +603-6205-3768
Miele New Zealand Limited
IRD 98 463 631
Level 2, 10 College Hill
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Internet: www.miele.co.nz
New Zealand
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# 04 - 03 Winsland House II
Singapore 238463
Tel: +65 6735 1191, Fax: +65 6735 1161
E-Mail: info@miele.com.sg
Internet: www.miele.sg
Singapore
Miele (Pty) Ltd
63 Peter Place, Bryanston 2194
P.O. Box 69434, Bryanston 2021
Tel: (011) 875 9000, Fax: (011) 875 9035
E-mail: info@miele.co.za
Internet: www.miele.co.za
South Africa
Miele Appliances Ltd.
P.O. Box 11 47 82
Gold & Diamond Park, Sheikh Zayed Road
Building 6 / Offices Nos. 6-214 to 6-220
Dubai
Tel: +971-4-341 84 44
Fax: +971-4-341 88 52
E-Mail: info@miele.ae
Internet: www.miele.ae
United Arab Emirates
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Manufacturer: Miele & Cie. KG

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