Stopping the end of cycle alert Miele tumble dryer

(23 Posts)
duriandurian Fri 21-Dec-18 11:21:43

Hi,
I am very happy to own my own tumble dryer at last #excitinglifegoals
Less happy that I cannot stop it trying to alert me that it has finished its cycle. And alert me again. And again.
The Miele washing machine I bought at the same time had an option to silence it (I turned the dial to "other Programmes" and it offered a settings option. The wretched tumble dryer does not. When I search online all I can find are comments about its practically silent operation. All very well but no good to run at night because of the infuriating chirping when it ends.
All suggestions gratefully received. Thank you.

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Murinae Fri 21-Dec-18 11:42:13

Does it have a button with “summer” written above it?

winsinbin Fri 21-Dec-18 11:58:20

Mine has a BUZZER button to turn the noise off.

duriandurian Fri 21-Dec-18 13:47:06

No- are your buttons on the front?

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duriandurian Fri 21-Dec-18 13:50:55

Photos of dial and filter bit in case I am missing something obvious. Thank you!

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Murinae Fri 21-Dec-18 16:08:18

Ok the handbook is here

manuals.coolblue.be/c0/miele-tce-530-wp-active-plus.pdf

And it’s P19. How to program it is on page 65

duriandurian Fri 21-Dec-18 16:38:45

THANK YOU!!! Brilliant! Will look now!

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duriandurian Fri 21-Dec-18 16:45:35

Thank you so much for taking the time to share the information and link. I am truly grateful.

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Murinae Fri 21-Dec-18 16:58:09

Have you managed to program it to off?

duriandurian Fri 21-Dec-18 18:16:46

Yes, it was Super easy. And now I can be happily outsourcing clothes drying without setting my teeth on edge. Thank you

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CoatTails Fri 21-Dec-18 18:25:03

Oh I LOVE that beep even though I hear it in my fucking sleep because I am forced to get the clothes out straight away and fold them. No more ironing!

duriandurian Fri 21-Dec-18 18:35:05

doesn't mention that we happily go around rumpled

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CashFlow Sun 22-Dec-19 18:08:22

Which tumble dryer do you have? I'm looking at getting a heat pump one and found this by looking for their end of cycle alarms!

Taoista Tue 04-Aug-20 11:44:58

Hi! Did you ever find the answer to that? I’m struggling with the same annoying sound and I can’t see how to stop it.

dingledongle Thu 13-Aug-20 20:15:17

Anyone?

8catsisnotunreasonable Sun 16-Aug-20 02:49:37

There's a link to the manual further up in the thread - OP reprogrammed hers and stopped the beeps 👍🏼

AggroWholesome Fri 11-Dec-20 03:32:47

I don’t know if I’m doing something wrong? I am following the directions exactly as written in the manual. Open door, knob on setting, hold down star/stop, close door until it flashes, but then nothing happens. Whether I keep holding down or whether I let go. No program option appears. Advice? The buzzer is going to be my end!

durtro060 Sun 03-Jan-21 23:52:04

Miele's Instruction Manual fails to tell you that in order to enter the programming cycle, the 2 arrows < and > must be showing on the screen either side the small square with clock hands in it.
If not, touch that symbol.Then the Instructions in the Manual work. Scroll to P19. Select with START/STOP. 01 will show. It's the factory default i.e. Buzzer ON.Press < to change to 00 = Buzzer OFF.
Confirm by pressing START/STOP again.

Redwise10D Tue 19-Jan-21 19:25:45

I am here to thank durtro060 for the VITAL DETAIL missing from the Miele programmable functions! I have been struggling with the incessant beeping, as well, and could not get the programming changed. Thank you!!!!

MWB21 Sat 03-Apr-21 17:05:15

I am still not getting to the Programming options. When I open the door to the dryer the start/stop light turns off. How are folks getting this to work? The end of cycle buzzer is driving me crazy!!!

Redwise10D Sat 03-Apr-21 18:00:38

Here's what I wrote in my instruction manual after the help from this group:
To enter programming the symbols < > must be showing on either side of the square clock symbol. Touch the clock symbol until < > shows up. THEN follow instructions listed as follows:
Buzzer. Scroll to P19
Select Start/Stop
01 shows up. Change to 00. Confirm by pressing start/stop

MWB21 Sat 03-Apr-21 23:20:24

Thank you - all set now!!

BrainStrainedByBuzzer Sun 30-May-21 22:59:01

I have Miele T1 heat pump tumble drier. The buzzer does my head in so I followed instructions to get into programme mode. There are modes 1.2.4.5.6.7.8.11.12.13.14.19,20 and 23 according to the manual on P64. But for me there is one missing when I scroll through. Which one? P19 of course, the one to turn the buzzer off. Any ideas anyone?

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