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Can' t remove milk dispenser retainer cva4062 to clean because milk will not dispense. Machine is brand new , used 2 times

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  • Kim Rice Aug 29, 2013

    I'm having the same problem. I'm able to remove the cover for the milk pipework from the door of the machine, but the plastic piece referred to in the manual as the "dispenser retainer" remains attached to the door. The manual suggests that you should be able to remove this whole apparatus from the door in one piece with the milk pipes attached to both ends and put the whole apparatus in the dishwasher without disconnecting the pipes from either end, but I can't get mine out. Should I yank it out with pliers?

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See the owner manual on how to manualy clean the pipe work
i do it on a weekly basis
u have to remove the face plate pull down the dispenser nozels and the open the door and remove the mild flask and the remove the milk pipes
run the bristels and run some water trough

Posted on Apr 10, 2013

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You're supposed to run the milk cleaning cycle daily. This involves running the clean milk pipework program which can be in the maintenance settings. Miele sell a carton of daily cleaning tabs and these involve using a separate canister for the milk nozzles to fit on (a supplied accessory with a new machine) and then running the aforementioned 6 minute program. This keeps the milk nozzles clean and free.

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