BWE40 40 Bottle electronic
wine cooler
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~ User manual for your ~
B
aumatic BWE40
Wine Cooler
DD 11/06/07
Your Baumatic BWE40 Wine Cooler
Please Read this Before Calling for Service
Reviewing the section on Troubleshooting tips will help you solve some common problems
without the need to ask for help from professional technicians.
CONTENTS
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SAFETY FIRST!
Safety Information …...………..…3
*Please read this before using your Wine Cooler!
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KNOWING YOUR WINE COOLER
Features of your Wine Cooler .....................…4
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USING YOUR WINE COOLER
Tips on Setting up your Wine Cooler……..........5
Using your Wine Cooler……………………………..6-8
Storing your Wines………………………………..………9-10
Getting the Most out of your Wine Cooler ………11
Cleaning and Caring for you Wine Cooler ........12
Your Wine Cooler’s Specifications ……………………….13
Things to keep in Mind About Wine before Putting it in your Wine
Cooler……………..14-15
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BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE…
Troubleshooting ………………….…..16-18
How to Reverse the Swing of your Wine Cooler’s Door …….19
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MISCELLANEOUS
Noting Your Wine Cooler …….….20
Conditions of Guarantee ………………………………….21
Contact Details ……………..…….22
Please Note:
The Manufacturer Reserves the right to make Modifications to Products without
Giving Prior Notice.
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Important Safety Information – Please read
this before using your Wine Cooler
CHILD SAFETY
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
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NOTE - This appliance must be grounded. In
the event of a malfunction or breakdown,
grounding will reduce the risk of electric
shock by providing a path of least resistance
of electrical current. You will be able to tell if
it is because a non-grounded appliance will
give off an electrical discharge.
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Manufacturer declines all responsibility for
any damage due to non-grounding of
appliance.
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DURING THE GUARANTEE PERIOD ONLY BAUMATIC
SERVICE ENGINEERS OR AN AUTHORISED AGENT
OF BAUMATIC SHOULD CARRY OUT REPAIRS ON
THIS UNIT.
DO NOT USE IF THE SUPPLY CORD IS DAMAGED.
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DO NOT ABUSE OR FORCE THE WINE
COOLER – TIPPING HAZARD. DON’T
SWING ON THE DOOR OR CLIMB ON THE
CABINET.
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SUPERVISE YOUNG CHILDREN TO ENSURE
THEY DO NOT PLAY WITH YOUR WINE
COOLER. THERE IS THE RISK OF GLASS
BREAKAGE.
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REMEMBER THAT CHILDREN CAN
SUFFOCATE INSIDE APPLIANCES.
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SUPERVISE INFIRM PERSONS IF THEY
MUST USE THE APPLIANCE.
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REMOVE THE DOOR OF YOUR OLD
WINECOOLER BEFORE DISCARDING IT.
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ALTHOUGH THE GLASS IN THE DOOR IS
SAFETY GLASS, PLEASE ENSURE THAT
CHILDREN DO NOT PLAY NEAR OR
ATTEMPT TO CLIMB ON TOP OF YOUR
WINE COOLER.
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ENSURE THAT YOU DISPOSE OF THE
PACKING MATERIAL CAREFULLY AND
APPROPRIATELY, AS WELL AS YOUR OLD
WINE COOLER (IF YOU HAD ONE).
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BEFORE USING
MAKE SURE THAT YOU DON’T OVERLOAD
THE RACKS IN YOUR WINE COOLER.
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MAKE SURE THAT YOU ARE GOING TO
LOAD BOTTLES THAT ARE NOT UNUSUALLY LONG
AND THAT THE TOPS WILL NOT STICK OUT SO
THAT THE DOOR CANNOT CLOSE PROPERLY –
BREAKAGE HAZARD!
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YOUR WINE COOLER IS ONLY SUITABLE
FOR STORING WINE. DO NOT USE IT TO STORE
FOOD, MEDICAL SUPPLIES OR FOR ANY OTHER
PURPOSE.
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AFTER USE
REMOVE YOUR BOTTLE/S CAREFULLY AND ENSURE
THAT YOU DON’T DISTURB OTHER BOTTLES ON THE
RACKS – THEY COULD TOPPLE AND CAUSE DAMAGE,
INJURY OR MESS.
YOUR BOTTLE WILL BE SLIPPERIER THAN IT WAS
WHEN YOU PUT IT IN – BE CAREFUL NOT TO DROP IT
AS YOU ARE TAKING IT OUT OF YOUR WINE COOLER.
MAKE SURE YOU CLOSE THE DOOR PROPERLY AND
THAT NONE OF THE OTHER BOTTLES HAVE BEEN
MOVED SO THAT THEIR NECKS/TOPS POSE A
THREAT TO THE GLASS DOOR.
CLOSE THE DOOR GENTLY.
NEVER USE FLAMMABLE FLUIDS TO CLEAN YOUR
WINE COOLER.
Read and Follow this Safety Information Carefully Before
Using Your Wine Cooler for the First Time!
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Key:
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Operation & Display
Panel
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Cabinet
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Electrical Control
Assembly (at rear)
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Temperature Sensor
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5.
Levelling Leg
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Wine Rack
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Magnetic Seal
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Chrome Shelves
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Door
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Interior Lamp
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Tips on Setting up your
Wine Cooler
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Do not place the wine cooler under direct sunlight, or in a hot (i.e. - above
25°C) area or in a humid place (frost will form). Likewise, keep it out of
an area that will get very cold as very cold conditions will prevent your
Wine Cooler from keeping your wine at the temperature you want.
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Make sure your wine cooler is resting on a flat surface so that there is no
risk of bottles being able to tip forward. Note that your Wine Cooler has
adjustable feet so you can adapt your Wine Cooler to your floor surface.
Turning the feet clockwise will raise the height of the unit. Turning them
anticlockwise will lower the height.
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Remove all exterior and interior packaging, including protective foam on
the door panels. Remember that children are particularly vulnerable to
packaging materials and old appliances – discard materials with this in
mind.
Check
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to be sure the following parts are included:
6 slide out shelves
1 wine rack
1 instruction manual
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Your Wine Cooler needs space around it to function properly. Because it
operates using a compressor, it is very important that you give it at least 5
inches (12.7cm) between the back and any surface behind it as well as
between the sides and any surfaces around them. This is necessary so that
your Wine Cooler has adequate space for ventilation so that it won’t
overheat and present a fire hazard.
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Before connecting the appliance to the power source, let it stand upright
for approximately 2 hours. This will reduce the chances of a malfunction
in the cooling system from handling during transportation.
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You can replace the shelves with wooden ones (BW29KIT), if desired. This is
available as an optional extra.
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You can reverse the swing of your Wine Cooler’s door. See page 19 for
instructions on how to do this.
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Using your Wine Cooler:
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1)
Connecting
™ First, connect the power.
™ Find a suitable power outlet and make sure
that your voltage is the same as what is
shown on your Wine Cooler’s rating label.
The Control Panel:
2) How to use the Buttons on the Control Panel:
You can set the temperature you want your wine cooler to
cool to by pushing the
button or the
button.
By pushing both buttons together for the first time, the LED
display will show the original preset temperature (the
temperature preset at the factory is about 12°C).
You can select the temperature to be displayed either in °C or °F
by pushing the button marked °F /°C. If you choose
temperatures to read in Fahrenheit, the reading will appear in a
red colour in the display marked ‘°F’. If you choose temperatures
to read in Celsius, the reading will appear in a yellow colour in
the display marked ‘°C’.
You can turn the Interior Light ON or OFF by pushing the button
marked with the light bulb symbol.
You can now set the temperature you want your Wine Cooler to
cool to (the target temperature).
Pressing the
by 1°C or 1°F.
button once will bring the target temperature up
If you push the
button once, it will take the target
temperature down by 1°C of 1°F.
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‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ for. The
warmer your Wine Cooler
is when you start it, the
longer it will take to cool
to the temperature you
have set for it.
Note:
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When you store mostly
red wines, the
temperature which you
control by pushing the
&
buttons needs to
be set at 16°C or more.
The lamp beside ‘RED’
will light up in red.
When you store mostly
white wines, the
temperature needs to be
set at between 10 and
15°C so that the lamp
beside ‘WHITE’ lights up
in green.
When you store mostly
sparkling wine, the
temperature needs to be
set at 7°C so that the
lamp beside ‘SPARKLING’
lights up in amber.
See p.9 for the table on
ideal storage
temperatures for
different types of wine.
™ Once your Wine Cooler
is running for a few
hours, everything will
be back to normal.
Note that there is a 4-6°C
variance between the top and
bottom shelves of your Wine
Cooler. If you have set your
Wine Cooler to an appropriate
temperature for red wine only,
the temperature will read 16°C.
If you then want to put a
mixture of white and red wines
in your Wine Cooler, you should
place the bottles of white on the
bottom shelves and the red
wines on the top shelves.
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3) Cooling Speed.
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When you
use your Wine Cooler for
the first time or restart it
after a long ‘off’ period,
there could be a few
degrees’ variance between
the temperature you select
and the one indicated on
the LED readout. This is
normal and it is due to the
length of time it had been
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4) Shelves and rack:
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6) Beware of bottle sizes.
Your Wine Cooler’s
shelving is chrome plated.
To hold different sized
bottles, these can be moved
up or down by sliding them
out of the tracks they rest
on. Be mindful of the seals
as you move the shelves
past them. The shelves are
designed to accommodate a
maximum number of 40
bottles.
There is an
additional wine
rack at the
bottom of your
Wine Cooler where
you can store up
to 6 wine bottles.
This rack is
removable so you
can clean it as needed.
Please be mindful of larger
bottles like Magnums (1.5
litre bottles) when loading
your Wine Cooler. Even
larger bottles (eg. DoubleMagnums and Jeroboams)
will not fit. Always check
that you can close the door
before shutting it.
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5) Remember the
character of your wine
choice:
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7) When loading many
bottles at the same
time …
If you have a
mixture of
wines in
your cooler,
it’s good to
keep your
red wines on
the higher
racks,
sparkling
wines and
champagne
on the lower
racks.
™ It will take longer for
each bottle to cool as
there is more heat in
them for your Wine
Cooler to remove.
Please be patient if
you multi-load warmer
bottles.
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Storing your
Wines
Once your Wine Cooler
has cooled to the
temperature you want
(see the LED display),
you will be ready to
cool or store your
wines.
Please see the following chart for
the ideal storage temperatures for
different types of wines:
Red wines (*) :
15.5-18.5°C (59.9- 65.3°F)
Dry / White wines (§) :
10-15°C (50- 59°F)
Sparkling Wines / Champagne:
7.2-9.5°C (45- 49.1°F)
Rosé Wines:
9.5-10.5°C (49.1- 50.9°F)
Vintage Wines (i.e., older year on label):
13°C (55°F)
* Light reds (most Beaujolais, Pinot Noir, and Cabernet Franc from the Loire Valley)
benefit from being served slightly cooler than full-bodied reds.
§ Chardonnay is often served too cold.
Chill it at the higher temperature limit if you
can or keep it at the top of your Wine Cooler. You can always allow it some time to
warm slightly when you take a bottle from your Wine Cooler.
Remember that temperature stability is the most important
element in storing wine.
After a bottle has been opened, the wine comes into contact with
air. So it’s best to then store the remainder of the bottle upright to
minimise the surface area of wine coming into contact with the air.
Once opened, wine will remain good for up to two days (for delicate
whites) or three days (for rich reds) as long as the bottle has been
resealed. Make sure the seal is firm by checking the stopper.
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Special stoppers that keep wine sparkling and Champagne bubbling
for one or two days after opening can be bought at most good wine
shops.
When stored correctly, white wines can keep well for up to two
years. Full-bodied reds will age well for 10 years, and dessert wines
will age well for up to 20 years (see p.14). When you buy a bottle of
wine, transfer it to a suitable storage place immediately (if you
aren’t going to put it in your Wine Cooler). Cheaper wines will not
age as well as more expensive ones.
Vintage
Wines
Vintage and older wines need special attention both in
storage and in serving. These generally tend to be robust
reds – the better Bordeaux, Burgundy and Rhônes from France
and their New World counterparts (Cabernet Sauvignon,
Merlot, Pinot Noir and Syrah); deep Italian reds; and the
strong, rich dessert wines like Port, Sauternes as well as the
fine late-harvest Rieslings from Germany.
Sturdier red wines can be kept quite well for about 10
years at a cool room temperature (as long as the temperature
is kept as close to 70°F/21°C as possible). Note that the worst
that can happen to sealed old wine if it hasn’t kept well is
that it will taste flat and dull.
When serving, bear in mind that older wines become
fragile with age and may give up their spirit very quickly after
the cork has been pulled. You should be careful if you are
going to let older wine breathe or decant.
Very old wines can be loosely re-corked if it is going to
be some time before they are to be served.
You may want to consult a vintage chart to understand
your wine better. Vintage charts grade regions and years,
allowing you to have some idea of what to expect should you
open a vintage bottle.
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Getting the most out of your
Baumatic Wine Cooler.
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Do not place any electrical appliance on top of your
Wine Cooler.
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Don’t try to force the chrome shelves from your Wine
Cooler. You can keep the interior clean without having
to remove the shelves. If you do remove the shelves,
always pull them gently, watching for obstructions.
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Never close the door forcefully: apart from risking
breakage to the door window, the performance of the
hinge may suffer. Never use oil to lubricate the hinge as
oil may seep down and attack the rubber in the door
seal.
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Power Failures: Most power failures are corrected within
a few hours and shouldn’t affect the temperature in your
Wine Cooler as long as you don’t open the door too
much. If the power is going to be off for a longer time,
you should be careful that you don’t expose your bottles
to a dramatic warming, condensation or possible mould
growth.
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If you have to move your Wine Cooler:
¾ Remove all bottles from inside it.
¾ Tape down all loose items inside your Wine Cooler
securely.
¾ Turn the levelling screws up the base to avoid damage.
¾ Tape the doors shut.
¾ Be sure the Wine Cooler stays upright during
transportation.
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Cleaning and caring
for your Wine Cooler
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o Unplug the power source before cleaning your Wine Cooler.
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o Make sure that no grease or oil comes into contact with the door
seals as this could make them porous over time and subject to
cracking.
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Wash the inside with a solution of warm water and baking soda.
This solution should be about 2 tablespoons of baking soda to a
quart (946ml) of water.
Wash the shelves and trays with a mild detergent solution.
The outside of your Wine Cooler should be cleaned with mild
detergent and warm water.
From time to time, you may have to wipe the bottom part of the
storage area, as your Wine Cooler is designed to retain
humidity, and condensation may collect there.
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Never let the door seals get dirty or become pitted with dirt.
Apart from posing a health risk, a dirty seal could let cold air
escape from your wine cooler, thus making it less energy
efficient.
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o If you are going to be away for an extended period, unplug your
Wine Cooler and:
¾ Remove bottles
¾ Clean your Wine Cooler thoroughly
¾ Leave the door open to prevent moisture from
causing odours and mould
o To replace your Wine Cooler’s light bulb, firstly unplug your Wine
Cooler or disconnect the power it feeds from at the mains.
Failure to do this could result in electric shock. The light bulb
should not be more than 10 watts.
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Specifications of your Wine Cooler:
Rear View
of your
Wine
Cooler
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Gross Capacity:
litres
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Net Capacity: 122 litres
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Bottle Capacity: 40 X 1
litre wine bottles (most
bottles are 750ml)
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Electronic Control
Operation
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LED display
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Digital temperature
regulation by 1°C
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Built-in Sensor
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Anti-vibration device (note
that your Wine Cooler
operates at 32 Decibels)
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Auto Cycle Defrost
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Tempered Door Glass
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Interior Light
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ON/OFF Indicator Light
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6 Waved Chrome Shelves
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1 Chrome Rack
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Reversible Door
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Adjustable Feet
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Aluminium Look Door
Frame.
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BW29KIT Wooden wine
rack kit (capacity of 29
X 1 litre wine bottles) is
an optional extra.
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Dimensions:
840mm X 500mm
X 545mm.
NOTE: For technical specifications, please see
the Nameplate at the back of your Wine Cooler.
These specifications are subject to change due
to product improvement.
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Things to keep in mind about Wine before you put it
in your Baumatic Wine Cooler
Wine is alive and temperature is the most important factor
when storing it. Left exposed to light, vibrations, or fluctuations in
temperature and humidity, all wines can spoil. When properly
stored, wines not only maintain their quality, but many will actually
improve in aroma, flavour and complexity as they mature. Wines
kept at higher temperatures will age faster but temperatures
greater than 70°F (21°C) will damage a wine’s flavour and aroma.
Too low a storage temperature (such as is found in a refrigerator) can
result in the development of harmful deposits. A humidity of
around 70% is ideal for keeping corks from shrinking.
Bearing this in mind, you should know your wine’s storage
history before storing it in your Wine Cooler. Ideally, you will have
either just bought it, or you will have kept it in a cool, dark place
with the bottle having rested on its side (except in the case of all
fortified wines, excluding port). Also make sure that your wine’s old
storage area was not subjected to heavy or constant vibrations (eg.,
being next to a busy road) and strong smells, as these can impair the
flavour of all wines. If your old storage area was very dry, the wine
may have leaked through a split cork. Also, make sure that your old
storage area had never dropped below 0°C.
Remember to make sure that you keep your Wine Cooler in a
place where it will not receive much sunlight. Ultraviolet light can
penetrate even the darkest bottles and spoil wine.
Please note that you should not use your Wine Cooler as a
substitute for a cellar, as its humidity is not suitable for the long
term storage of corked bottles.
• The best temperature to set your Wine
Cooler at is 10-12 °C for white and red wines.
Note that white wine is particularly sensitive
to temperature when storing.
Never forget that all wine is alive. Although thankfully rare,
there are several problems with any kind of wine storage that should
be understood before you get to placing bottles in your Wine Cooler
(see below & next page):
Corking – a tiny percentage (about 1%) of bottled wine will experience
this: essentially, the cork reacts with the wine and gives it a musty,
unpleasant taste. It is the most common wine fault and is caused by
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harmless bacteria growing on the cork. As unfortunate as this is, there is
nothing to do but to discard all the wine in the affected bottle.
This is not to be confused with small fragments of cork floating in the wine
itself, which will not impair the flavour.
Oxidation – when wine has been opened and left for longer than a day, it
tends to lose its aroma and colour, giving an overall flat taste. The only
way to avoid this is to drink the wine on the same day it was opened or
use a vacuum device specially designed for wine bottles and drink it
shortly afterwards.
Ullage – this is loss of wine from the bottle by evaporation or leakage.
Signs of ullage include wine seeping around the cork, a protruding cork, or
a stained label. It can happen if the bottle was allowed to get too warm.
The wine may still be drinkable if the leakage was recent; however, please
be aware that if the wine cools down again, contracting, air can be sucked
back into the bottle to cause further deterioration.
Very Slight Effervescence in Still Wine – this isn’t really a fault but is a result
of slightly incomplete
malolactic fermentation from when the wine was bottled.
A good way to make this disappear is to let the wine
breathe, but if needs be, you can always use a bottle
vacuum device (such as Vacu-Vin). Five minutes or so with one of these
installed will make the effervescence vanish.
Sediment – this is normally not a problem at all. Both red and white wines can
throw a sediment after a number of months in a bottle. These are tartrate
crystals – totally harmless. These can actually be considered to be a good sign
in that they mean that the wine was not subjected to much (if any) filtering,
thus preserving the flavours and aromas better.
A good way to get round sediment (if it is a problem) is to stand the bottle
upright the day before opening so that the sediment can settle to the bottom
of the bottle.
You can also decant your wine. If you have a crystal decanter, this can
be especially appealing on the table.
Decanting will ‘open up’ the flavour of both young and old wines, but
younger wines in particular. To decant, pour the wine slowly and evenly into
your decanter.
To make the most of the bouquet and taste of your wine, never fill more
than half a glass at a time. It may also help if you have the appropriate shape
of glass for your wine. The size and shape of your glass’s bowl determine the
intensity and complexity of the bouquet. The stem should be long enough to
avoid hand contact with the bowl and should be tulip-shaped or tapered at the
top.
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Troubleshooting –
If you are having a problem with your Wine
Cooler, please check it against the table below
before calling for service.
Symptoms
Possible
Cause
- Low voltage
- Make sure it’s plugged
in.
- Ensure normal voltage.
- Circuit breaker
tripped
- Flick the breaker
switch back on.
-Fuse Blown
- Change fuse.
- No power supply
Your Wine Cooler is
Not Working!
Not Cold Enough!
Solutions
- Your cooler is too
close to another heat
source.
- The door gasket does
not seal properly
- The door is not
completely shut
- Keep the wine cooler
away from direct
sunlight or other heat
sources.
- Make sure the seals
aren’t damaged & that
you can close the door
properly.
- Ensure nothing is
forcing the door open
from within.
- Close the door tightly
- The door has been
and leave shut for a
opened too frequently,
while. Do not open the
left open too long, or
door too frequently
was not closed tightly
afterwards.
LL error code showing
- Your Wine Cooler’s
running temperature
may be too high
- Check the temperature
adjustor & set to a
cooler temperature.
- The temperature in
your wine cooler is too
low.
- Increase the temperature
in the wine cooler, using
the relevant button on the
control panel.
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- Your Wine Cooler
doesn’t have enough
room around it
Symptoms
Compressor turns on
and off frequently!
Your Wine Cooler
seems to make too
much noise!
Possible
Cause
- Improve ventilation by
making sure there’s at
least 5 inches of space
all the way around it.
Solutions
- The room
temperature is hotter
than normal
- Lower the room
temperature
- The door is not
completely shut
- Make sure there is
nothing forcing the door
open. Ensure that the
door can close properly.
- The temperature
control is not set
correctly
- Set the temperature
control properly.
- The door gasket does
not seal properly
- Make sure the seals
aren’t damaged.
- A large number of
contents have been
added at once
- Understand that the
more tepid wine bottles
you add will make your
Wine Cooler have to
work harder cooling
them, taking longer.
- Door has been
opened too often
- Leave it closed for a
while so your Wine
Cooler can cool
properly.
- Your Wine Cooler
doesn’t have enough
room around it
- Improve ventilation by
making sure there’s at
least 5 inches all the
way around its outside.
- A rattling noise may
come from the flow of
the refrigerant. You
may also hear gurgling
sounds at the end of a
cycle
- This is normal. Don’t
worry about it.
- Your Wine Cooler is
not level
- Level it by adjusting
the feet to match your
floor.
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- Contraction and
expansion of the inside
walls may cause
popping & cracking
noises.
Symptoms
Light does not work!
Possible
Cause
- This is normal if the
door is being opened a
great deal or if major
temperature
adjustments have been
made.
Solutions
- The Circuit Break has
‘tripped’
- Check your fuses.
- The bulb has burned
out
- Change the bulb with
nothing stronger than 10
watts.
- The Light switch is in
the ‘Off’ position
- Turn the light on.
- Your Wine Cooler
isn’t plugged in
- Plug it in.
Frost Showing!
- Too much humidity in - Unplug to defrost; plug
the room or too low
in again after the frost
inside temperature
thaws.
The Door will not Close
Properly!
- Your Wine Cooler
isn’t level
- Level it (adjust the feet
to match the floor it is
resting upon).
- The doors were
reversed & not
properly installed
- See page 19 on how to
reverse your door’s
swing. Ensure it was
done properly and is
aligned to your Wine
Cooler.
- Gasket seals are dirty
Clean the gasket seals.
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- The Shelves are out
of position
- Too high a setting
Too Cold!
- Ambient
Temperature is too
low
- Check that all shelves
are correctly placed so
that nothing can push
out the door from within
your Wine Cooler.
- Lower setting.
- Turn heating on in
room or move your Wine
Cooler to a warmer
place.
Reversing your Wine Cooler’s Door Swing
Your Wine Cooler’s door can open either from the left or the right side. It is
delivered to you with the door opening from the left side. Should you want to
reverse the opening direction, please follow these instructions:
* Note:
Before Reversing door, the power must be shut off.
All parts removed must be saved close to hand for reinstallation
of the door.
To change the hinges from the right hand side:
1)
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6)
7)
Remove the upper hinge cover (6).
Remove the two screws (1) that
hold the upper hinge (5) (right side)
to the frame. Take away the upper
hinge (5).
Lift the door and put it on a padded
surface to keep it safe from
scratches or shocks.
Remove the two screws (8) that
hold the lower hinge (2). Make sure
you remove the lower hinge (2).
Remove the left front leg (4) and
transfer it to the right side.
Move the hole cover plate (7) to the
right side.
onto the left side of the lower
frame with two screws (8).
8) Insert the bolt-pin (9) to the
lower hinge (2).
9) Set the door to its place
making sure the door seats
into the lower hinge (2).
10) While holding the door in the
closed position, secure the
upper hinge (5) in the top
frame of the left side with two
screws (1), being careful not
to tighten them until the top
of the door is levelled with
your Wine Cooler’s counter
top.
11) Install the upper hinge cover
(6) on the upper hinge.
Before placing the lower hinge (2),
remove the bolt-pin (9) and reverse
the direction of the lower hinge (2).
Then install the lower hinge (2)
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Your Baumatic BWE40 Wine Cooler
Reversing
your Door’s
Swing
Noting Your Wine Cooler …
You may want to note down your Wine Cooler’s serial
number, your dealer’s details, etc. here.
Date of Purchase
Dealer’s Name
Dealer’s Contact Details
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Your Baumatic BWE40 Wine Cooler
__________________________________________________________________
Dealer’s City
Dealer’s County
Postcode
__________________________________________________________________
Your Wine Cooler’s Serial Number (this is on the back of
your Wine Cooler)
Model No.
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Baumatic Ltd. Conditions of guarantee
Dear Customer,
Your new Baumatic appliance comes complete with a free 12 month guarantee covering both parts and
labour costs resulting from defective materials or workmanship.
Baumatic also gives you the opportunity to automatically extend the guarantee period for a further 12
months at no extra cost, giving an initial guarantee period of 24 months. The extended guarantee period
applies to England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland only.
To qualify for your full 24 months guarantee you must register your appliance within 28 days of purchase
to be covered under this guarantee. This can be done online via: www.baumatic.co.uk or through returning
the guarantee card which can be found in each new Baumatic appliance.
* In addition, your appliance is covered by a 5 year parts warranty. Baumatic Ltd will provide free of
charge the parts required to repair the appliance, only if they are fitted by a Baumatic engineer, for any
defect that arises due to faulty materials or workmanship within a period of 5 years from the original
purchase date.
* An additional 1 to 3 year insurance scheme for labour is available should you wish to extend the
warranty period.
Should any person other than an authorised representative of Baumatic Ltd interfere with the appliance, the
policy is negated and Baumatic Ltd will be under no further liability.
The guarantee covers the appliance for normal domestic use only, unless otherwise stated.
Any claims made under the terms of the guarantee must be supported by the original invoice/bill of sale
issued at the time of purchase.
This guarantee is transferable only with the written consent of Baumatic Ltd.
If the appliance fails and is considered either not repairable or uneconomical to repair between 12 months
(2 years if registered) and five years, a free of charge replacement will not be offered.
The guarantee for any replacement will only be for the remainder of the guarantee on the original product
purchased.
The guarantee does not cover:
- Sinks and taps
- Failure to comply with the manufacturers instructions for use.
- The replacement of cosmetic components of accessories
- Accidental damage or wilful abuse.
- Subsequent loss or damage owing to the failure of the appliance or electrical supply
- Incorrect installation
- Losses caused by Acts of God, civil war, failure to obtain spare parts, strikes or lockouts
- Filters, fuses, light bulbs, external hoses, damage to bodywork, paintwork, plastic items, covers,
baskets, trays, shelves, burner bases, burner caps, decals, corrosion, rubber seals.
In the course of the work carried out it may be necessary to remove the appliance from it operating
position. Whilst all reasonable care will be taken, Baumatic Ltd cannot accept responsibility for damage
sustained to any property whatsoever in this process.
This guarantee is in addition to and does not diminish your statutory or legal rights.
Contacting Baumatic Ltd
Sales
Service
Spares
TEL: 0118 933 6900
TEL: 0118 933 6911
TEL: 0118 933 6922
FAX: 0118 931 0035
FAX: 0118 986 9124
FAX: 0118 933 6942
For ROI (Republic of Ireland), please contact one of the numbers below:
TEL: 01 – 6266798
FAX: 01 - 6266634
Technical/Advice
0118 933 6933
0118 933 6942
Thanks you for buying Baumatic.
* Applies to UK, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland only (Republic of Ireland has 1 year labour & 1 year parts warranty only)
Headquarters
Baumatic Ltd.
Baumatic Buildings,
6 Bennet Road,
Reading,
Berkshire
RG2 0QX, United Kingdom
Sales Telephone
+44 118 933 6900
Sales Fax
+44 118 931 0035
Service Telephone
+44 118 933 6911
Service Fax
+44 118 986 9124
Spares Telephone
+44 118 933 6922
Technical / Advice Telephone
+44 118 933 6933
E-mail:
sales@baumatic.co.uk
technical@baumatic.co.uk
Http (Internet site):
www.baumatic.com
Environmental note
o The packaging materials that Baumatic uses are environmentally
friendly and can be recycled.
o Please discard all packaging material with due regard for the
environment.
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