Vinotemp WINE-MATE WM-65SFCH Specifications

WINE-MATE Cooling Unit
Use & Care Manual
WM1500 HTD, HTD-TE
WM2500 HTD, HTD-TE
Vinotemp International Corp.
www.vinotemp.com
www.winemate.com
Important Safety Information
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DO NOT PLUG IN UNTIL 24 HOURS AFTER DELIVERY.
DO NOT USE A GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTER (GFI).
A DEDICATED 20 AMP CIRCUIT IS REQUIRED.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features & Specifications.…………………….……………..3
Installation Instruction………………………………………..5
Temperature Control & Humidity Adjustment……..……11
Care Guide……………………………………………………14
Troubleshooting……………………………………………..16
Wiring Diagram……………………………………….………19
Customer Support……………………………………………20
Warranty……………………………………………………….21
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Features and Specifications
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WM1500HTD, HTD-TE and WM2500HTD, HTD-TE cooling units are
designed and used to provide a subtle temperature between 50~65 °F for
suitable space at a normal environment.
The refrigerated space will maintain humidity of 50~70% RH even when
the environment becomes dry and humid.
These temperatures and humilities are optimized for long term storage of
wine.
Humidity and temperature digital control using patent pending technology
Optimized air flow for most even temperatures in wine cabinets
Exchangeable supply grille for front, back and down cold air distribution
Multiple options for top and rear hot air exhaust
High efficient tube-axial fans for both condenser and evaporator
Extra insulation for both thermal and noise isolation
Unique condensate drain tray for humidity adjustment
Grill size optimized for easy cleaning and safety
Stamping ribbed housing for robust structure
Self-contained ready for use and easy for installation
Fig. 1.1 FEATURE DESCRIPTION
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Fig. 1.2 DIMENSIONS (in)
The dimensions and capacity are specified as follows:
Electrical
Weight
(lb)
90
115V/60Hz/4A
55
120
90
115V/60Hz/4A
55
Rear Exhaust
180
200
115V/60Hz/5A
60
Top Exhaust
180
200
115V/60Hz/5A
60
Model
Exhaust
CFM
1500htd
Rear Exhaust
120
1500htd-te
Top Exhaust
2500htd
2500htd-te
Capacity cu ft
(55°F/75°F)
NOTES:
• See the voltage, frequency and current specified on the label at the
cooling unit.
• Capacity is determined under the cabinet and ambient temperatures of
55°F and 75°F with R11 interior and R19 exterior insulations. Any lower
cabinet and higher ambient temperatures will reduce the capacity.
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Installation Instruction
NOTES:
1) DO NOT INSTALL ANY DUCTS ONTO THE SUPPLY, RETURN, INTAKE
AND EXHAUST.
2) MOUNTING BRACKETS, SCREWS, GASKETS AND OTHER SEAL
MATERIALS ARE NOT INCLUDED.
1. Cabinet Location
• Place the wine cabinet in a properly ventilated location. Otherwise, heat
exhausted by the cooling unit will build up and it will not operate properly.
• The exhaust area must not be closed space and must be ventilated. The
ambient temperatures shall not be higher than 78°F for a WM-1500HTD
unit and 95°F for a WM-2500HTD unit or lower than 50 °F.
1) Rear Exhaust Location
• Leave min 6 “clearance from the rear to the wall.
• Leave min 12” clearance from the top to the ceiling.
• Leave min 6” clearance from the left and right sides.
2) Front Exhaust Location
• Leave min 6” clearance from the front if left and right sides unobstructed.
• Or, leave min 36” clearance from the front if left and right sides obstructed
3) Top Exhaust Location
• Leave min 12” from the top to the ceiling.
• Leave min 2 “clearance from the rear to the wall.
• Leave min 2” clearance from the left and right sides.
4) Side Exhaust Location
• Leave min 6 “clearance from the left or right side to the wall.
• Leave min 12” clearance from the top to the ceiling.
2. Cooling Unit Installation
• The cooling unit produces cooling supplied into the cabinet, and it also
generates heat that must be exhausted outside the cabinet. So the cold
supply side and hot exhaust side must be separated and sealed (see Fig.
2.5 & 2.6). Foam tape may be used to seal them. The cooling unit must
intake adequate fresh ambient-air to work properly. The ambient-air intake
and warm-air exhaust must not be short-circulated. A piece of wood may
be used to separate them.
• Cut a rectangular inside opening at the rear of the cabinet with the 1/4”
clearance inwards to the width and height of the cooling unit. By not going
through, leave 1/2” lip inside at the wall to place the gaskets (see Fig. 2.1
& 2.3).
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If top exhaust, cut another rectangular opening at the top of the cabinet to
the length and width of the top exhaust (see Fig.2.2 & 2.3).
Make 2 holes at the ceiling and install the ¼” inside diameter wood thread
inserts (see Fig.2.1 & 2.3).
Place the gaskets (1/2” foam tape) on the gasket lips (see Fig 2.4).
If top exhaust, place another gaskets along the top exhaust at the top of
the cooling unit (see Fig.2.9).
Move the cooling unit towards the mounting sides and push to press the
gaskets.
Fasten the 2 brackets and use 7/16” wrench to tighten the two ¼” screws
(see Fig 2.5, 2.6 & 2.7).
If top exhaust, install another top exhaust grille at the top of the cabinet
(see Fig 2.8).
Plug the cooling unit in receptacle.
Plug the wine cabinet.
Fig. 2.1 MOUNTING CUTOUT AND SCREW INSERT
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Fig. 2.2 TOP EXHAUST CUTOUT
Fig. 2.3 CUTOUT AND HOLE DIMENSIONS
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Fig. 2.4 GASKET AND SCREW INSERT
Fig. 2.5 COOLING UNIT MOUNTING (EXPLODED)
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Fig. 2.6 COOLING UNIT MOUNTING (COMPLETED)
Fig. 2.7 COOLING UNIT MOUNTING (REAR EXHAUST)
Fig. 2.8 COOLING UNIT MOUNTING (TOP EXHAUST)
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Fig. 2.9 TOP EXHAUST GASKET
3. Electrical Cord
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Because of potential safety hazards under a certain condition, we strongly
recommend against the use of an extension cord. However, if you still
elect to use an extension cord, it is absolutely necessary that it will be a
UL LISTED 3-wire grounding type appliance extension cord having a 3blade grounding plug and a 3-slot receptacle that will plug into the
appliance. The marked rating of the extension cord shall be 115 V, 15 A.
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Temperature Control & Humidity Adjustment
1. Temperature Setting
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Set the temperature at 55 °F for the optimum aging of wine
On initial start-up, the time required to reach the desired temperature
will vary, depending on the quantity of bottles, temperature setting
and surrounding temperature.
Allow 24 hours to stabilize the temperature for each new temperature
setting operation
2. Use of the controller
Fig. 3.1 Temperature Controller
1) Keys
SET: To display target set point; in programming mode it selects a parameter or
confirm an operation.
(DEF): To start a manual defrost.
(UP): To see the maximum stored temperature; in programming mode it
browses the parameter codes or increases the displayed value.
(DOWN): To see the minimum stored temperature; in programming mode it
browses the parameter codes or decreases the displayed value.
: To turn on/off the power to the unit.
+ : To lock/unlock the keypad.
SET+ : To enter in the programming mode.
SET+ : To return to the temperature display.
2) Display
During normal operating conditions, the display shows the value measured by
the air regulation probe. In case of active alarm, the temperature flashes
alternately to the code alarm.
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2.1 LED Functions
LED
MODE
ON
Flashing
ON
ON
Flashing
ON
ON
Flashing
FUNCTION
Compressor enabled
Anti-short cycle enabled
Defrost cycle enabled
Fan enabled
Fan delay after defrost enabled
Alarm occurring
Temperature measuring unit
Programming mode
3) Alarm Signals
3.1 Code Description
MESSAGE
P1
CAUSE
Temperature probe faulty
HA
High temperature alarm
LA
Low temperature alarm
CA
External alarm
FUNCTION
Compressor switching to Con and CoF
Probe temperature ALU higher than the
setting temperature; Outputs unchanged
Probe temperature ALL lower than the
setting temperature; Outputs unchanged
All outputs off
3.2 Alarm Recovery
Probe alarms P1”, start a few seconds after the fault in the related probe; they
automatically stop a few seconds after the probe restarts normal operation.
Check connections before replacing the probe. Temperature alarms “HA”, “LA”
automatically stops as soon as the temperature returns to normal value. Alarm
“CA” (with i1F=PAL) recovers only by switching off and on the instrument.
4) Temperature Set-Point
4.1 How to see the set-point
1. Press and immediately release the SET key, the display will show the set-point
value.
2. Press again and immediately release the SET key or wait for 5 seconds to
display the probe value again.
4.2 How to change the set-point
1. Press the SET key for more than 3 seconds until the “°C” or “°F” LED starts
blinking and the set-point will be displayed.
2. To change the set value, press the up/down keys / within 10 sec.
3. To store the new set-point value, press the SET key again or wait 10 sec.
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5) Parameter Programming
1. Press the SET + keys for 3 sec until the “°C” or “°F” LED starts blinking,
then release the keys.
2. Press again the SET + keys for more than 7sec until the Pr2 label will be
displayed, then release the keys. The first parameter Hy will be displayed.
3. Press up/down keys / to select the required parameter within 10 sec.
4. Press the “SET” key to display its value.
5. Use up/down keys
to change its value within 10 sec.
6. Press “SET” to store the new value.
7. To exit: Press SET +
or wait 15sec without pressing a key.
PARAMETER
Set
Hy
AC
Con
CoF
CF
rES
dLy
ot
US
LS
idF
MdF
ALC
ALU
ALL
AFH
ALd
FnC
Fon
FoF
DESCRIPTION
set-point (°)
temperature regulation differential (°)
anti-short cycle delay (min)
compress on with probe faulty (min)
compress off with probe faulty (min)
temperature unit (°F/ °C)
display resolution
temperature display delay (min)
probe calibration (°)
maximum set-point (°)
minimum set-point (°)
defrost cycle interval time (hour)
defrost cycle endurance time (min)
temperature alarm type
high temperature alarm (°)
low temperature alarm (°)
alarm recovery differential (°)
temperature alarm delay (min)
fan operating mode
fan on with compressor (min)
fan off with compressor (min)
VALUE
55
4
10
15
30
F: Fahrenheit
in: integer
1
0
65
50
24
30
rE: relative to set-point
10
10
5
120
C-n: on with compressor & off during defrost
0
15
Note:
• The parameter Fon is used to adjust the humidity in the wine cabinet. The
higher Fon is, the higher relative humidity will be.
• The parameter FnC = C-y (on with compressor and on during defrost) with
idF = 8 and MdF = 20 can be used to defrost more efficiently in case there is
excessive frost.
• The unit turns on at set-point plus regulation differential Hy after anti-short
cycle AC has elapsed and turns off at set-point.
7) Manual Defrost
Press the DEF key for more than 2 seconds and a manual defrost will start.
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Care Guide
I.
Component Identification
Fig. 4.1 Exploded View
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II. Condenser Coil Cleaning
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The condenser coil is on the ambient air intake side of the cooling unit.
Clean the condenser coil regularly. Coil may need to be cleaned at
least every 6 months.
Unplug the unit or disconnect power.
Use a condenser brush or a vacuum cleaner with an extended
attachment to clean the coil when it is dusty or dirty.
Plug the unit or reconnect power.
III. Moisture Removing
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Remove the extra condensate if it is accumulated in the wine cabinet
at high humidity condition.
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Troubleshooting
This Troubleshooting Chart is not prepared to replace the training required for a
professional refrigeration service person, not is it comprehensive
Complaint
1. Unit not
running
2. Cabinet
temperature
high, unit
stopping
and starting
with short
running time
3. Temperature
high,
compressor
stopping
and starting
but very
short
running time
4. Temperature
high or not
cooling and
running
continually;
“HA” alarm
blinking and
beeping
Possible Causes
Response
a. Power cord unplugged
b. No power to unit
c. Setting higher than ambient
temperature
d. Differential too high
e. Defrost light blinking
f. Compressor light blinking
g. Incorrect or loose wirings
h. Low voltage
a. air
sensor
touching
the
evaporator
coil,
displaying
temperature ok
b. Short circuit of air flow between
supply and return air
c. Setting too high
d. Failed temperature controller
and thermistor
a. Check for power cord plug
b. Check power at receptacle & fuses
c. Lower temperature setting
a. Incorrect voltage
b. Failed thermistor
c.
Failed components
d.
e.
f.
g.
Improper condenser airflow
Dirty condenser
Overcharge of refrigerant
Discharge or suction pressure
too high
a. Improper room insulation & seal
b. Room too large
c. Ambient temperature too high
d. Exhaust restricted
e. Malfunctioning fans
f.
Improper
evaporator
or
condenser airflow
g. Dirty Condenser
h. Iced evaporator
i. Refrigeration system restriction
j.
Refrigerant leak
k.
Undercharge or overcharge
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d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
a.
Decrease the value as to 4 °F
Unit is under defrost mode
Unit is under anti-short cycle delay
Check all wirings and connections
Contact an authorized electrician
Move the air sensor away from the
evaporator
b. Deflect the supply air down
c. Lower setting
d. Call service for diagnosis
a. Check for voltage
b. Check thermistor by placing it in ice
water and measuring resistance
c. Check compressor windings, start
relay and overload protector.
d. Check for condenser fan
e. Clean condenser
f. Call service for removing refrigerant
g. Call service for OEM information
a. Check for insulation, gasket and
door opening
b. Check for excessive size
c. Check for installation location
d. Leave minimum required clearance
for the exhaust side and leave
minimum required clearance for the
fresh air intake side
e. Check for both evaporator and
condenser fans
f. Check for air restrictions, air shortcirculation, grille directions
g. Clean condenser
h. Defrost and reset temperature
i. Call
service
for
checking
restrictions
j. Call service for checking loss of
refrigerant
k. Call service to add or remove
refrigerant
l.
5. Unit running
too long
Failed components
l.
a. Improper room insulation & seal
b. Exhaust restricted
c. Room too large
d. Ambient temperature higher >
90°F
e. Dirty Condenser
f. Improper condenser air flow
6. Fan motor
running but
compressor
not running
a. Post-compressor fan running
mode
b. Incorrect power supply
c. Incorrect or loose wirings
d. Failed components
e. Liquid
refrigerant
compressor
in
the
Check compressor windings, start
relay and overload protector
a. Check for insulation, gasket and
door opening
b. Leave minimum required clearance
for the exhaust side and leave
minimum required clearance for the
fresh air intake side
c. Check for excessive size or increase
setting
d. Check for installation location or
increase setting
e. Clean condenser
f. Check for defective fan or air shortcirculation
a. Check for fan running time FON
b. Check for proper voltage
c. Check all wirings and connections
d. Check start relay, start capacitor,
overload protector, compressor.
e. Call service for OEM information.
7. Compressor
running but
fan not
running
8. Temperature
fluctuating
a. Fan blade stuck
b. Incorrect or loose wirings
c. Failed motors
a. Check for proper clearance
b. Check all wirings
c. Call service for checking open or
shorted windings
a. Air sensor
a. When using an air sensor, the wine
bottle
temperature
is
mainly
controlled by the average air
temperature. If the set-point is 55°F
with the differential 4F, the cooling
unit turns on at 59°F of air
temperature (It may be higher than
59°F if it is in anti-short cycle or
defrost cycle) and turns off at 55°F
of air temperature. The average air
temperature is 57°F, and then the
wine temperature is around 57+/0.5°F. The air is light enough to
change so quickly that it maintains
relatively
constant
average
temperature that would prevent wine
bottle temperature from fluctuating.
9. Fan running
too long
a. Post-compressor fan running
mode for humidity modulation
a. Reset FON
10. Unit not
starting ,
a. Anti-short cycle
a. Reset AC
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but
temperature
rising high
a. Check for fans & CFM
11. Evaporator a. Evaporator air flow restriction
b.
Not
stopping
due
to
air
leak,
high
b. Check for seal, door opening,
freezing up
ambient temperature or
setting
c. Bad thermostat or sensor
d. Low ambient temperature
low
e. Moisture in the system
f. Refrigerant low or leaking
g. Capillary tube blockage
12. Water leak
13. Circuit
tripping
14. Noisy
operation
ambient temperature and setting
c. Check for thermostat and sensor
d. Increase defrost cycle and change
fan mode
e. Works initially then stops; Call
service.
f. Call service to check for current and
sealed system leakage
g. Call service to check for capillary
frost
a. Air leak in wine cellar
b. High humidity
c. Evaporator air flow restriction or
low refrigerant
d. Water passages restricted
e. Drip tray leak (Not water overflow
but leak
a. Incorrect fuse or breaker
b. Incorrect wirings
c. Failed components
a. Check for any air leak
b. Use drain line
c. Check air flow or air TD crossing
evaporator
d. Clean the drip tray
e. Seal the leak using silicone sealant
a. Mounting area not firm
b. Loose parts
a. Add support to improve installation
b. Check fan blades, bearings, cabinet
washers, tubing contact and loose
screws.
c. Check for airflow blockage
c.
Compressor overloaded due to
high ambient temperatures or
airflow restriction
d. Malfunctioning components
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a. Check for proper fuse or breaker
b. Check for wirings and connections
c. Call service
d. Call service for checking internal
loose, inadequate lubrication and
incorrect wirings
Wiring Diagram
Fig. 6.1 WIRING DIAGRAM
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Customer Support
If you still have problems, please contact us at:
Vinotemp International
17631 South Susana Road
Rancho Dominguez, CA 90221
Tel: (310) 886-3332
Fax: (310) 886-3310
Email: info@vinotemp.com
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Warranty
Thank you for choosing a Vinotemp cooling unit.
Please enter the complete model and serial numbers in the space provided:
Model_________________________________________________________
Serial No.______________________________________________________
Attach your purchase receipt to this owner’s manual.
1. Limited Warranty
VINOTEMP warrants its products to be free from defects due to workmanship or
materials under normal use and service, for twelve months after the initial sale. If
the product is defective due to workmanship or materials, is removed within
twelve months of the initial sale and is returned to VINOTEMP, in the original
shipping carton, shipping prepaid, VINOTEMP will at its option, repair or replace
the product free of charge. Additionally VINOTEMP warrants all parts to be free
from defects for a period of sixty months after initial sale.
This warranty constitutes the entire warranty of the VINOTEMP with respect to its
products and is in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied, including any of
fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall VINOTEMP be responsible for
any consequential damages what is so ever. Any modification or unauthorized
repair of VINOTEMP products shall void this warranty.
Service under Warranty
This service is provided to customers within the continental UNITED STATES
only. VINOTEMP cooling units are warranted to produce the stated number of
BTU/H. While every effort has been made to provide accurate guidelines,
VINOTEMP can not warranty its units to cool a particular enclosure.
In case of failure, VINOTEMP cooling units must be repaired by the factory or its
authorized agent. Repairs or modifications made by anyone else will void the
warranty.
Shall a VINOTEMP cooling unit fail, contact the dealer for instructions. Do not
return the unit to the factory without authorization from VINOTEMP. If the unit
requires repair, re-pack it in the original shipping carton and return it to the
factory, shipping prepaid. VINOTEMP will not accept COD shipments. If the unit
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is determined to be faulty and is within the twelve month warranty period
VINOTEMP will, at its discretion, repair or replace the unit and return it free of
charge to the original retail customer. If the unit is found to be in good working
order, or beyond the initial twelve month period, it will be returned freight collect.
2. Limitation of Implied Warranty
VINOTEMP’S SOLE LIABILITY FOR ANY DEFECTIVE PRODUCT IS LIMITED
TO, AT OUR OPTION, REPAIRING OR REPLACING OF UNIT.
VINOTEMP SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR:
DAMAGE TO OTHER PROPERTY CAUSED BY ANY DEFECTS IN THE UNIT,
DAMAGES BASED UPON INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OF USE OF THE UNIT,
LOSS OF TIME OR COMMERCIAL LOSS, ANY OUTER DAMAGES,
WHETHER INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHERWISE.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIBE AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR INPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED
TO, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
While great effort has been made to provide accurate guidelines VINOTEMP
cannot warrant its units to properly cool a particular enclosure. Customers are
cautioned that enclosure construction, unit location and many other factors can
affect the operation and performance of the unit. There for suitability of the unit
for a specific enclosure or application must be determined by the customer and
cannot be warranted by VINOTEMP.
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