U-Line U-2275ZWCOL-00 Troubleshooting guide

USE AND CARE GUIDE
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2200 SERIES
DUAL ZONE
WINE CAPTAIN®
MODELS
U-2275ZWCS-00
U-2275ZWCS-01
U-2275ZWCOL-00
U-2275ZWCOL-60
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HIGH SIDE DESIGN PRESSURE 300 PSI
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LOW SIDE DESIGN PRESSURE 140 PSI
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Table of Contents
Safety Precautions
Safety Alert Definitions ........................................................................................................................................1
General Precautions .............................................................................................................................................1
Dual Zone Product Features
Models Covered: ...................................................................................................................................................2
Wine Captain® Dual Zone Features: ..............................................................................................................2
Wine Captain® Dual Zone Additional Features: ..........................................................................................2
Product Operation
Air Flow ...................................................................................................................................................................3
Initial Startup ..........................................................................................................................................................3
Electronic Control Panel .....................................................................................................................................3
Dual Temperature Zones ...................................................................................................................................3
Checking Product Temperature ........................................................................................................................4
Interior Lighting .....................................................................................................................................................4
Electronic Control Quick Guide .......................................................................................................................5
U-Line Wine Guide
Looking Behind the Label ....................................................................................................................................6
Wine Selections Suggestions ..............................................................................................................................6
Ideal Wine Storage Considerations ..................................................................................................................7
Wine Stocking Recommendation ......................................................................................................................8
Wine Rack Removal and Installation ................................................................................................................8
Wood Trim Finishing ...........................................................................................................................................9
Maintenance
Light Bulb Replacement .................................................................................................................................... 10
Leveling ................................................................................................................................................................. 10
Removing and Installing Grille ......................................................................................................................... 10
Wine Rack Removal/Installation ..................................................................................................................... 11
Self-Closing Doors
Door Alignment and Adjustment ................................................................................................................... 12
Door Reversability ............................................................................................................................................. 12
Reversing Stainless Steel Glass Doors .......................................................................................................... 12
Reversing the Door ........................................................................................................................................... 14
Cleaning
Exterior Cleaning ............................................................................................................................................... 16
Interior Cleaning ................................................................................................................................................ 16
Defrosting ............................................................................................................................................................ 16
Condenser Cleaning .......................................................................................................................................... 17
Storage, Vacation and Moving ......................................................................................................................... 17
Product Disposal ................................................................................................................................................ 17
Service
Before Calling for Service ................................................................................................................................ 18
If Service is Required ......................................................................................................................................... 18
Replacement Parts ............................................................................................................................................. 18
Normal Operating Sounds ............................................................................................................................... 18
Troubleshooting Guide ..................................................................................................................................... 18
General Precautions
Safety Precautions
Use this appliance for its intended purpose only. Follow these
general precautions with those listed throughout this guide:
NOTICE
• PLEASE READ all instructions before installing,
operating, or servicing the appliance.
• Proper installation procedures must be followed when
completing an installation or relocation of a unit. An
INSTALLATION GUIDE for the unit, providing
complete installation information, is available from
U-Line Corporation direct. Consult the installation
guide before any installation begins. U-Line contact
information appears on the rear cover of this guide.
• This unit requires connection to a dedicated 15 Amp
grounded (three-prong), polarized receptacle, installed
by a qualified electrician, compliant with applicable
electrical codes.
Safety Alert Definitions
Throughout this guide are safety items labeled with a Danger,
Warning or Caution based on the risk type:
! DANGER
RISK OF CHILD ENTRAPMENT. Before you throw away your
old refrigerator or freezer, take off the doors and leave shelves
in place so children may not easily climb inside.
! WARNING
SHOCK HAZARD - Electrical Grounding Required.
• Never attempt to repair or perform maintenance on
the unit until the electricity has been disconnected.
• Never remove the round grounding prong from the
plug and never use a two-prong grounding adapter.
• Altering, cutting of power cord, removal of power
cord, removal of power plug, or direct wiring can
cause serious injury, fire and or loss of property and
or life, and will void the warranty.
• Never use an extension cord to connect power to the
unit.
• Always keep your working area dry.
! DANGER
Danger means that failure to follow this safety statement will
result in severe personal injury or death.
! WARNING
Install provided Anti-Tip kit. Serious personal injury
could occur.
! WARNING
! CAUTION
Warning means that failure to follow this safety
statement could result in serious personal injury or
death.
! CAUTION
Caution means that failure to follow this safety statement
may result in minor or moderate personal injury, property
or equipment damage.
• Use care when moving and handling the unit. Use gloves
to prevent personal injury from sharp edges.
• If your model requires defrosting, DO NOT use an ice
pick or other sharp instrument to help speed up
defrosting. These instruments can puncture the inner
lining or damage the cooling unit. DO NOT use any type
of heater to defrost. Using a heater to speed up
defrosting can cause personal injury and damage to the
inner lining.
NOTICE
• Do not lift unit by door handle.
• Never install or operate the unit behind closed doors.
Be sure front grille is free of obstruction. Obstructing
free airflow can cause the unit to malfunction and will
void the warranty.
• Failure to clean the condenser every six months can
cause the unit to malfunction. This could void the
warranty.
• Do not Block any internal Fans.
Use only genuine U-Line replacement parts. Imitation
parts can damage the unit, affect its operation or
performance and may void the warranty.
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Wine Captain® Dual Zone
Additional Features:
Dual Zone Product Features
Capacity. Wine Captain® Dual Zone can safely store up to 43
Bottles (.75L) of fine wines.
Built-in. Product designed for built-in look. No additional
clearance around sides, top, or rear of unit for ventilation.
Models Covered:
U-2275ZWCOL-00
U-2275ZWCS-00
U-2275ZWCOL-60
U-2275ZWCS-01
Stable temperatures. Stable, consistent temperatures provide
longer-term storage capability.
Built-in. Provides custom look. No additional clearance around
sides, top or rear of unit for ventilation. Do not obstruct front
grille.
Wine Captain® Dual Zone Features:
Independently controlled Temperature Zones. Temperature
in each zone can be set independently between 34° - 60°F,
providing different storage options.
Black model. Offers a black elegant integrated handle and grille
with a black vinyl-clad steel cabinet.
Touch Sensitive Digital Controls. Provides ability to set and
see the temperature. Manages key model functions and provides
user alerts.
Black interior. Elegant visual appearance.
Sabbath or “Black Out” mode. Easily turns off all lights and
control displays.
Vinyl-clad cabinet. Textured, rich appearance. More resistant to
scratching, peeling and flaking.
Contemporary grille design. Blends with the other models and
integrates with surrounding cabinetry.
Stainless steel model. Offers a bold stainless steel handle,
stainless steel wrapped door.
Overlay Model. A custom overlay frame may be installed to
seamlessly match surrounding decor.
Open door alarm. Audible alert when door is left open.
Adjustable leveling legs. Achieve a more precise under counter
fit. Durable, strong legs will not bend when unit is installed.
Defrost Type: Automatic (cycle) Defrost
Adjustable on/off interior light. Automatically illuminates
when the door is opened. May be manually turned on when door is
closed for viewing one's wines. Auto shut-off after four hours.
Recessed so as not to interfere with access to wine.
Low-E coated, gas filled thermal glass door. Allows for
effective product presentation. Protects wine and other products
from potentially harmful ultraviolet light rays.
Full extension slide-out coated wine racks. Allow for easy
access to all wine bottles. Four or eight wine bottle capacity
(0.75 L) on each rack.
Wood trimmed wine racks. Wood can be stained or replaced
with a solid surface material to match surrounding décor.
For indoor use only.
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Dual Temperature Zones
Product Operation
To adjust the set point temperature:
Air Flow
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2
3
4
5
NOTICE
The unit requires proper air flow to perform at its highest
efficiency. Do not block the front grille or internal fans at
any time, or the unit will not perform as expected. Do not
install the unit behind a door.
Upper
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Lower
NOTICE
Adjust the set-point temperature in single increments and
wait 24 hours for the temperature to stabilize.
Your unit has been designed to provide two temperature zones
(upper and lower) in the cabinet.
Initial Startup
All U-Line controls are preset at the factory. Initial startup requires
no adjustments.
NOTICE
U-Line recommends allowing the unit to run overnight
before loading refrigerator or freezer with product.
1. Touch and release Warmer (2) to put the controller in the SET
TEMPERATURE mode. The top of the F in “°F” will begin to
flash. This will allow you to adjust the temperature of the top
zone. After 10 seconds of inactivity, the bottom bar of the F in
“°F” will begin to flash. This will allow you to adjust the
temperature of the bottom zone. Adjustment to the lower
zone can be made immediately if Light (5) is touched after
entering Set Temperature mode.
To turn the unit on or off, press and hold the POWER icon (1) for
approximately five seconds and release. The display will show the
unit set-point temperature when turned on and display OFF when
the unit is off.
2. While the top or bottom bar of the F in “°F” is flashing touch
Warmer (2) or Cooler (4) as required to adjust the set-point
temperature. The change will be committed five seconds after
adjustment. The new set-point will be displayed.
Electronic Control Panel
Temperature °F °C Selection.
The display may be adjusted to allow for temperature display in
either °F or °C.
Digital Display. Dual Zone Wine Captain Models provide two
controlled temperature zones to satisfy the specific storage
requirements of your finest wines.
The dual electronic displays are configured to display current
temperature set points for each zone. The top zone is displayed on
the upper (3) display while the lower zone set point is shown on
the lower (6) display. This set point is a base number used by the
controller to maintain the multiple temperature zones in the unit.
The factory default set-point for Wine Captain models is 50°F. The
set-point temperature is a gauge for further temperature
adjustments.
Touch and hold LIGHT (5) and simultaneously within five
seconds touch and release COOLER (4) three times to change
the displays (3 & 6) as needed.
Temperature Display.
To display actual temperature:
1. Touch and hold WARMER (2) for approximately five seconds
and release when “°F” begins to flash.
2. The displays (3 & 6) will show a readings for the displays
respective zone.
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Checking Product Temperature
Interior Lighting
Normal Operation. Opening the door will cause the interior of
the cabinet to illuminate.
Use the LIGHT icon (5) on the control panel to change the lighting
functions.
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2
3
4
5
Timed Lighting. The interior of the cabinet is illuminated for a
timed four-hour period.
1. Press and release the LIGHT icon (5) (the °F symbol will flash
briefly) to switch from door-operated lighting control to the
timed four hour lighting period.
To check the actual product temperature in the unit.
2. At the end of the four-hour period, the light will turn OFF and
door-operated lighting control will resume.
1. Partially fill a plastic (nonbreakable) bottle with water.
2. Insert an accurate thermometer.
3. To exit the timed lighting control before the end of the fourhour period, repeat Step 1.
3. Tighten the bottle cap securely.
Blackout (Sabbath) Mode. The interior of the cabinet and
control display remains darkened for a 36-hour period (Blackout
(Sabbath) Mode is not Star K certified).
4. Place the bottle in the desired area for 24 hours.
5. Avoid opening the unit during the testing period.
6. After 24 hours, check the temperature of the water. If required,
adjust the temperature control in a small increment (See
ADJUSTING TEMPERATURE).
Causes which affect the internal temperatures of the
cabinet include:
1. Press and hold the LIGHT icon (5) for 10 seconds and release
(the °F symbol will flash briefly at the end of the ten second
period).
2. The interior light and control display will go dark for the next 36
hours.
• Temperature setting.
• Ambient temperature where installed.
• Installation in direct sunlight or near a heat source.
• The number of door openings and the time the door is open.
• The time the internal light is illuminated. (This mainly affects
product on the top rack or shelf.)
To turn the lights and display OFF for a preset 36-hour interval.
3. NOTE: Although the display will not be visible, the temperature
controls in the unit remain active, and preserve the interior
temperature.
To exit the Blackout (Sabbath) Mode before the 36-hour period,
repeat Step 1.
• The front grille or condenser are obstructed.
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Electronic Control Quick Guide
Task
Touch
Turn ON/OFF
Adjust
Temperature
Hold 5 seconds
Touch
Display
Release when °F flashes.
or
°F flashes after first touch,
set-point saved after 5
seconds of inactivity and °F
stops flashing.
or
Touch and release
View Actual
Temp
Hold 5 seconds
Change F/C
Hold
Blackout Mode
Comment
Touch to change temperature
WC models will scroll top/
mid/bottom temps.
Release when °F flashes.
or
Display (and cabinet light) will not
operate in Blackout Mode.
Hold 10 seconds
Blackout will end in 36
hours, or hold again to
terminate early.
Glass Door Models Only
Cabinet Light
Light normally goes on/off
with door opening. Pressing
light icon will turn interior
light on for 4 hours, then it
will turn off.
Display Off
Mode
Display off when door is
closed (unless cabinet light
is turned on). Repeat to
switch back.
NOTE: 38°F is an example; the display will vary with actual set-point.
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Matching Food and Wine
U-Line Wine Guide
Looking Behind the Label
To most, wine is a delicious mystery. We purchase it, uncork it, and
savor its taste and beauty. But there is so much more to true wine
appreciation. Many secrets are simply too good to keep bottled up.
Although there are no hard fast rules for matching wine to food,
observe some guidelines. Delicate dishes should be accompanied
by lighter more delicate wines. Full-flavored foods should be
matched with fuller-bodied wines.
As a general rule, one should aim to ascend in flavor and quality of
wines served.
Wine Selections Suggestions
Selecting the right wine for the right occasion can sometimes be a
seemingly awkward or difficult task for the beginning wine
enthusiast. We would therefore like to present you with a few
suggestions which may provide a little more confidence and
enjoyment when choosing and serving your wines.
When selecting wines, keep an open mind and do not be afraid to
be adventurous. Do not view the subject of wine so seriously it
discourages you from learning and discovering for fear of
embarrassment if something is incorrect. Wine is best viewed as a
hobby and enjoyed.
Serve a:
Before a:
DRY wine
SWEET wine
WHITE wine
RED wine
YOUNG wine
OLD wine
LIGHT-BODIED wine
FULL-BODIED wine
Any step back in quality will be noticed. If a fine wine is tasted prior
to a lesser wine, many of the fine wine’s subtle qualities may be
missed.
Common Food and Wine Matches
When assembling your collection, try not to become obsessed
with “Vintages.” Although a chart can be a useful tool,
generalizations about a specific year have led more than one
collector to disappointment. Often an “Off Year” will provide a
better value and more drinking enjoyment.
Foods
Wines
Fish, Shell Fish, Crab, Oysters
Dry White Wines, Light Sparkling
or Extra Dry Champagne
Beef, Venison
Full-Bodied Red Wines
Pork, Veal, Lamb and Poultry
Light-Bodied Red Wines
Fruit
Sweet White and Sparkling Wines
The primary guideline to the subject of wine is your own palate.
Do not be afraid to make mistakes. Experiment, discover, but most
of all, enjoy yourself and your new U-Line product.
A Toast to Wine Truths
Guide To Common Styles Of Wine
Like the grapes themselves, many wine myths have been cultivated
over the centuries.
Red Wines
California
French
Italian
Zinfandel, Cabernet
Rhone, Chateauneuf-duPape
Barbaresco, Barolo
Medium-Bodied Dry
California
French
Pinot Noir
Bordeaux, Burgundy
Truth: In fact, less than 5% of wines produced today are meant to
be aged. Most wines are crafted to be consumed within the first
one to two years.
Light-Bodied Dry
French
Italian
Beaujolais
Chianti, Bardolino
Myth 2: Wines should be uncorked and decanted allowing them
to “breathe.”
Full-Bodied Dry
California
French
Chardonnay
Montrachet, Meursault
Puligny-Montrachet
Medium-Bodied Dry
California
French
Sauvignon-Blanc
Pouilly-Fuisse, Sancerre,
Vouvray, Graves
Light-Bodied Dry
French
Chablis, Muscadet, PouillyFume
Myth 3: When age worthy wines peak, they must be consumed
almost immediately.
Full-Bodied, Very Sweet
Germany
Frency
Hungary
Beerenauslese
Sauternes
Tokay
Truth: Most great wines reach a plateau period rather than a peak.
Great Bordeauxs may have as much as a 10-year plateau before
fading.
Medium-Bodied, SemiSweet
California
Germany
Gewurtztraminer
Liebfraumilch
Myth 4: Wine color does not change with aging.
Light-Bodied Off Dry
Germany
Rhine, Mosel, Riesling
Truth: As red wines age they get lighter in color while whites get
darker.
Full-Bodied Dry
Myth 1: Most wines taste better when aged.
White Wines
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Truth: To breathe or not breathe? While it is better to allow a
young tannic Red to breathe in a glass or decanter to soften the
tannins, an old Red reaches a stage in its life where it should be
enjoyed soon after opening. Allow an old Red to breathe for a
short time to dissipate any off odors. Most white wines can be
served, ideally, 10-15 minutes after opening.
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The Cork: A Mystery on Its Own.
Ideal Wine Storage Considerations
Cork Presentation. The ritual of the presentation of the cork
has a rich and fascinating history dating back to the late 1800’s. A
phylloxera (root louse) devastation to the vineyards severely
limited the supply of great wines. Restaurateurs would remove
labels on inferior wines and replace them with labels from superior
wines. This made it necessary for patrons to protect themselves by
checking the branding on the cork to ensure that what they
ordered was, in fact, what they were served.
Temperature: The most important element about storage
temperature is stability. If wine is kept in a stable environment
between 40°F and 65°F, it will remain sound. A small 1-2 degree
temperature fluctuation within a stable environment is acceptable.
Larger temperature fluctuations can affect the corks ability to seal,
allowing the wine to “leak” from the bottle.
When presented with a cork today, feel it to check for its integrity,
read and match the branding on the cork to the bottle and set it
aside. There is little to be learned from the cork. The proof is in
the wine.
“Corked” wines. If you've ever had a wine that smelled or tasted
of mold, you've experienced a wine that may have been “corked”.
Today, between five and eight percent of wines are tainted with
Trichloroanisole (TCA). This substance, found naturally in plants
and trees, is imparted to the wine through the cork. Corked wines
are a major concern for winemakers as it destroys millions of cases
per year and puts reputations at stake. Amazing as it may seem
twist-off caps may offer a better alternative and many great
wineries in California, Australia and New Zealand are pioneering
the trend.
Common Tasting Terms
Terminology
Description
Acidity
A critical element of wine that is responsible for
preserving the wines freshness. Excess acidity
results in an overly tart and sour wine.
Balance
A desired trait where tannin, fruit and acidity are
in total harmony. Wines with good balance tend
to age gracefully.
Body
The weight and presence of wine in the mouth
provided by the alcohol and tannin level. Fullbodied wines tend to have this strong
concentration.
Humidity: The traditional view on humidity maintains that wines
should be stored on their sides in 50% - 80% relative humidity to
ensure cork moisture and proper fit in the bottle. Contemporary
wisdom suggests that the cork surface is too small to be impacted
by humidity. Further the cork is sealed with a metal or wax capsule
making humidity penetration impossible. The concept of a humid
storage environment was derived from the necessity of wineries to
maintain moisture in their cellars to keep wooden barrel staves
swollen, preventing wine evaporation and product loss. In fact,
vineyards estimate as much as a 10% product loss per year due to
evaporation while wine is aging in the wooden barrels. Humidity,
however, was not intended for the modern home cellar where
wine is stored in glass bottles with sealed corks.
Light: UV rays are not only harmful to people, they are damaging
to wines - especially those in clear bottles. Since oxygen molecules
in wine absorb UV rays, wine should never be stored in direct light
for long periods of time.
Vibration: Provided that sediment is left undistributed and
particles are not suspended, vibration in a storage environment is
not an issue. Wines can become flat or tired when voids and
vacuums are created inside the wine bottle. In order to create
voids and vacuums within a liquid, aggressive motion or shaking of
the wine bottle would have to occur.
The Right Temperature for Wine
Temperature
Bouquet
The blending of a wine’s aroma within the bottle
over a period of time, caused by volatile acidity.
Complex
A subjective term often used in tasting. A wine is
said to be complex if it offers a variety of flavors
and scents that continue to evolve as it develops.
Flabby
A wine that lacks structure, or is heavy to the
taste, lacks acidity.
Full-Bodied
Wine high in alcohol and extract, generally
speaking, fills the mouth, powerful.
Lean
Generally describes wines that are slim, lacking of
generosity or thin.
Oaky
A desirable flavor imparted to wine if done in
moderation. Most wines are aged in oak barrels
one to three years, thereby receiving this toasty
oak characteristic. However, if a weak wine is left
in contact too long with an oak barrel it will tend
to be overpowered with an oaky taste.
Tannin
Tannins are extracted from the grape skins and
stems and are necessary for a well-balanced red
wine. Tannins are easily identified in wine tasting
as the drying sensation over the gums. Tannins
generally fade as a wine ages.
Wines
Approximately 60°F (15°C)
Red
50°F - 55°F (10°C -12°C)
White
Approximately 45°F (7°C)
Sparkling
Wine Captain® Models - A Touch of Elegance
In 1985 U-Line was the first North American appliance
manufacturer to develop a residential wine storage unit, the Wine
Captain®. Each U-Line Wine Captain® model is designed to
impress and inspire anyone with an interest in wine by providing
cellar conditions in stylish, undercounter units. U-Line Wine
Captain® models offer stable storage temperatures, a 50% internal
relative humidity and protection from UV light rays. U-Line has the
largest product offering available, making storing, presenting, and
sharing your wine effortless and elegant.
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Wine Stocking Recommendation
Wine Rack Removal and Installation
Specially designed horizontal wine racks properly positioned the
bottles so the wine remains in contact with the cork and ensure
the cork does not become dry.
To remove a rack from the cabinet:
1. Remove any bottles stored on the rack.
2. Grasp the end of the rack, and gently slide it out until it stops.
Stock the unit as follows:
1. Stock the wine racks beginning with the lowest rack, at the
back, and working forward. Stagger the bottles as shown.
2. Repeat Step 1 to stock the next higher rack, and continue until
all racks are filled.
3. Press the left rack release lever down. At the same time, lift the
matching right rack release lever up. Pull the rack out until it is
free of the tracks and the cabinet.
NOTE: After stocking, allow unit to run 24 hours to
stabilize product temperatures.
NOTICE
Do not remove the track rails from the cabinet.
To insert a rack in the cabinet:
Align the left and right rack channels with the tracks in the cabinet.
Ensure an even track engagement on both sides by gently pushing
the rack into the cabinet until it stops.
Before reloading the rack, ensure proper movement of the travel
stops in the left and right track rails by pulling the rack out gently
until it stops.
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Wood Trim Finishing
Staining and final finish application:
NOTICE
! CAUTION
You MUST remove the wood trim from the unit for
staining or finishing to prevent permanent damage to the
inner liner of the unit. Allow stain or finish to dry
thoroughly (at least 24 hours for each coat) following the
product manufacturer’s instructions before reinstallation.
Not following this warning may cause the inner liner of the
unit to have a permanent odor, which the warranty will
not cover.
U-Line products featuring wine storage include wood-trimmed
wine racks.
Models with wood colored wood trim come factory coated with a
clear vinyl sealer without a finish coat applied, which will
sufficiently protect the wood in normal use. You may coat the trim
on the racks with stain or a final finish following these guidelines. If
using custom wood trim also follow these guidelines.
If staining the trim, stain before applying any final finish. Review the
following staining and final finish application and final finish-only
application guidelines when staining or sealing the wood to ensure
proper adhesion and durability of the finish.
NOTE: On glass door models the stain may appear darker
when viewed through the glass.
DO NOT use oil-based stains on wood trim. Vapors from
oil-based stains will permanently penetrate the liner and
will not dissipate over time.
1. Remove all screws securing wood trim to interior parts, and
remove the trim from the cabinet interior.
2. Lightly sand and clean wood.
3. Apply Minwax® Water-Based Wood Stain to wood with a
synthetic bristle brush or a foam applicator. Allow stain to
penetrate about three minutes. Before the stain is dry, take a
stain dampened rag and remove any excess stain remaining.
Wipe towards the grain with medium pressure to achieve the
desired stain color.
4. After two hours, repeat step 2. This will even out the color of
the wood.
5. Allow stain to dry for a minimum of three hours before applying
the final finish.
6. If desired, sand the wood with very fine sandpaper to smooth
the surface after staining.
7. Remove all dust from the wood, and apply one coat of Minwax®
Polycrylic® Protective Finish using a synthetic bristle brush.
Apply this finish in a thin coat following the grain. Apply the finish
to the back and sides of the wood first, and allow it to dry for
two hours. Apply the finish to the front side of the wood next,
and allow it to dry for two hours. Sand with 220 grit sandpaper.
Apply two morel coats of finish in the same manner, but do not
sand the trim after applying the final third coat.
8. Allow the final coat to dry for 24 hours before reinstalling the
trim to the cabinet interior parts.
Final finish-only application:
1. Remove all screws securing wood trim to interior parts, and
remove the trim.
2. Lightly scuff sand the wood trim with 280 or finer grit sandpaper.
3. Remove sanding dust with a clean, dry cloth.
4. The factory-applied seal is compatible with almost all finishes. A
low odor, water clean up, quick-drying finish such as Minwax®
Polycrylic® Protective Finish is recommended (Minwax®
Polycrylic® is an ultra fast-drying water-based finish). Apply a
thin coat of a clear, protective finish, following the container
label directions.
5. Lightly sand and reapply if desired.
Allow the final coat to dry for 24 hours before reinstalling the trim
to the cabinet interior parts.
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Removing and Installing Grille
Maintenance
! WARNING
Light Bulb Replacement
Disconnect electric power to the unit before removing
the grille.
To replace the light bulb in your U-Line unit:
1. Find the light located at the top of the unit. Grasp the edges of
the light housing lens (1) opposite the exposed tab and gently
push the lens toward the tab (2).
2. Pull the edge of the lens down (1) and swing it out of the light
housing.
! WARNING
DO NOT touch the condenser fins (4). The condenser
fins are SHARP and can be easily damaged.
Removing the grille.
1. Disconnect power to the unit.
2
1
2. Remove control knob (6) if equipped.
3. Loosen the two screws (1). Some models may have only one
screw in the center.
4. Remove grille (2) and grille cap (if equipped)(3) from unit.
Installing the grille:
NOTICE
ALWAYS use a genuine U-Line replacement 120V 10 watt
bulb (Part Number 31317) in the light housing. Use of any
other bulb within the housing will produce excessive heat,
causing damage to the light housing and cabinet interior,
and will compromise the precise temperature control of
the unit.
1. Replace the lens by first inserting the tab side back into the
housing at a slight angle.
2. While gently pushing the lens towards the tab end, push the
free end into the housing, and release when you hear a snap.
1. For 15 and 29 models make sure grille cap (3) is behind grille in
slots (2) provided in grille before attaching grille to unit.
2. For 75 models place the hook-hinge located on the rear
bottom side of the grille (2) onto the front lip of the unit base.
Swing the grille up into position.
3. Align cabinet and grill holes and secure, but do not overtighten
grille screws (1).
4. Install control knob (6) if equipped.
5. Reconnect power to the unit.
Leveling
1
NOTICE
Unit must be level, for proper door and ice maker (if
equipped) operation.
2
4
Typical Model Shown
1
5
5
For Models with adjustable leveling feet:
1. Use a level to check the levelness of the unit from front to back
and from side to side. Place the level along top edge and side
edge as shown (1).
2. If the unit is not level, rotate the adjustable leveling legs to raise
or lower each corner of the unit (5) as necessary.
3. Check levelness after each adjustment and repeat the previous
steps until the unit is level.
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Wine Rack Removal/Installation
To remove a rack from the cabinet:
1. Grasp the end of the rack, and gently slide it out until it stops.
2. Remove any bottles stored on the rack.
3. Press the left rack release lever (Figure 1) down, and at the
same time, lift the corresponding right rack release lever up,
and pull the rack out until it is free of the tracks and the
cabinet.
Figure 1. Rack Removal/Installation
NOTICE
Do not remove the track side rails from the cabinet.
To insert a rack in the cabinet:
1. Align the left and right rack channels with the tracks in the
cabinet, and ensuring an even track engagement on both sides,
gently push the rack into the cabinet until it stops.
2. Before reloading the rack, ensure proper operation of the
travel stops in the left and right track rails by pulling the rack
out gently until it completely stops.
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Self-Closing Doors
Door Alignment and Adjustment
Align and adjust the door if it is not level, or is not sealing properly.
If the door is not sealed the unit may not cool properly, or
excessive frost may form in the interior.
NOTICE
• Properly aligned, the door’s gasket should be firmly in
contact with the cabinet all the way around the door
(no gaps). Carefully examine the door’s gasket to assure
that it is firmly in contact with the cabinet. Also make
sure the door gasket is not pinched on the hinge side of
the door.
• The door will not be flush with the top of the cabinet.
The top edge of the door will be 1/8 in. (3.175 mm)
below the cabinet top.
4
5. After adjustment is complete, remove the door closers from the
bottom hinge, clean thoroughly and apply petroleum jelly to the
mating surfaces of the closers. Be sure that pins on closers align
with holes in the door and bottom cabinet hinge plates. Mount
door and install top hinge pivot pin.
Door Reversability
1/8"
(3.175 mm)
Location of the unit may make it desirable to mount the door on
the opposite side of the cabinet.
Reversing Stainless Steel Glass Doors
Remove Door
3
1
To align and adjust the door:
1. Compare the top edge of the door (opposite the hinges) to the
top edge of the cabinet and note the type (up or down) of
adjustment needed.
2
1. Hold door to keep it from falling.
2. Remove hinge screw pin (1) from top hinge using a Phillips
screwdriver.
1
2
3. Remove door by tilting forward and lifting door off bottom hinge
closer inserts.
4. Reinstall hinge screw pin (1) into top hinge using a Phillips
screwdriver.
3
Remove Hole Plugs
2. Remove the top hinge pivot pin with a Phillips screwdriver and
lift door off bottom hinge pin. Be careful not to lose the door
closer insert sets.
1. Remove plastic screw plugs from (three each, top and bottom)
(3) from new hinge location. Save for reinstallation later.
3. Turn the door upside down and inspect the hinge plate mounting
holes. The plate has slotted mounting holes. Loosen but do not
remove the two hinge plate screws (1).
4. If door edge opposite the hinges needs to move up, move plate
toward outside of door (2). If door edge needs to move down,
move plate toward inside of door (3). Repeat until top edge of
door is parallel with top of cabinet and tighten screws (1)
securely.
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Remove Stainless Frame
Assemble Stainless Frame
1. Remove two screws from top of door. Save screws for later
installation.
1. Prop frame against solid surface, handle side down and away.
2. Insert door, logo forward, into frame at a 30° angle. For a right
hand hinge the logo should be to your right. For a left hand hinge
the logo should be to your left.
Top Of Door
Screws
Door Orientation Right Hand Hinge
Logo
2. Remove pivot plate from bottom of door by removing 2 screws.
Set pivot plate and screws aside for later installation.
Door Orientation Left Hand Hinge
Bottom Of Door
Logo
Pivot Plate
Screws
3. Grasp outer edge of stainless frame and firmly press inside edge
of glass in while pulling stainless frame in opposite direction.
3. Swing door into frame.
4. Install screws removed in “Remove Stainless Frame” step 1 to
top of door, opposite handle.
Pull Frame
Away
5. Install pivot plate to bottom of door, opposite of handle, using
hardware removed in “Remove Stainless Frame” step 2. Arrange
pivot plate so the flat edge is against the edge of the door.
Door Edge
Pivot Plate
Flat Edge
Push Glass
In
4. Unhinge frame from door.
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Reversing the Door
Orient Hinges
1. Remove existing top hinge (three screws) (2).
1
2
Reinstall hinge to bottom opposite.
1. Install the hinge just removed from the top to the BOTTOM
opposite side of the cabinet (three screws) (2).
2. Remove the two door closer inserts (4) from the preexisting
bottom hinge.
The hinge hardware will be removed and reinstalled on the
opposite side of the cabinet.
The top hinge hardware will be reinstalled on the bottom of the
opposite side of the cabinet.
The bottom hinge hardware will be reinstalled on the top of the
opposite side of the cabinet.
4
To reverse the door:
4
3. Install door closer inserts as shown on the new bottom hinge
(4).
3
1
Remove existing bottom hinge.
1. Remove the existing bottom hinge (three screws) (2).
Reinstall hinge to top opposite.
2
1. Install the hinge just removed from the bottom to the TOP
opposite side of the cabinet (three screws) (2).
Remove door.
Reinstall Hole Plugs
1. Hold door to keep it from falling.
1. Install plastic screw plugs (three each, top and bottom) (3) into
holes where hinge hardware was removed.
2. Remove hinge screw pin (1) from top hinge using a Phillips
screwdriver.
Install Door
3. Remove door by tilting forward and lifting door off bottom hinge
closer inserts.
1. Hold door upright and tilted forward.
2. Lift door on to bottom hinge closer inserts.
3. Tilt door forward into position.
4. Reinstall hinge screw pin (1) into top hinge using a Phillips
screwdriver.
Remove hole plugs.
4. Hold door to keep it from falling.
Remove plastic screw plugs (three each, top and bottom) (3)
from new hinge location. Save for reinstallation later.
5. Reinstall hinge screw pin (1) into top hinge using a Phillips
screwdriver.
Align and adjust the door:
Align and adjust the door, see DOOR ALIGNMENT AND
ADJUSTMENT on page 12.
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Remove existing top hinge.
Prepare door for reinstallation.
Remove existing top hinge (three screws) (2).
1. Remove plastic hole plug from top of door handle and reinstall
on opposite side.
2. With bottom of door facing up, remove pivot plate (5) (two
screws).
3. Flip over and install pivot plate on opposite side of door. Ensure
notch in plate faces center.
Install door.
1. Hold door upright and tilted forward.
2. Lift door on to bottom hinge closer inserts.
4
3. Tilt door forward into position.
4
4. Hold door to keep it from falling.
Reinstall hinge to bottom opposite.
1. Install the hinge just removed from the top to the BOTTOM
opposite side of the cabinet (three screws) (2).
5. Reinstall hinge screw pin (1) into top hinge using a Phillips
screwdriver.
Align and adjust the door:
Align and adjust the door, see DOOR ALIGNMENT AND
ADJUSTMENT on page 12.
2. Remove the two door closer inserts (4) from the existing
bottom hinge.
3. Install door closer inserts as shown on the new bottom hinge
(4).
Remove existing bottom hinge.
Remove the existing bottom hinge (three screws) (2).
Reinstall hinge to top opposite.
Install the hinge just removed from the bottom to the TOP
opposite side of the cabinet (three screws) (2).
Reinstall hole plugs.
Install plastic screw plugs (three each, top and bottom) (3) into
holes where hinge hardware was removed.
1
NOTCH
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Defrosting
.
Cleaning
Automatic Defrost Models
Exterior Cleaning
Frost on the rear wall is normal and will melt during each off cycle.
If there is excessive build-up of 1/4" or more, manually defrost the
unit.
Vinyl Clad (Black or White) Models:
• Clean surfaces with a mild detergent and warm water solution.
Do not use solvent-based or abrasive cleaners. Use a soft
sponge and rinse with clean water. Wipe with a soft, clean
towel to prevent water spotting.
• Ensure the door is closing and sealing properly.
• High ambient temperature and excessive humidity can also
produce frost.
• Clean any glass surfaces with a non-chlorine glass cleaner.
! CAUTION
Stainless Models:
• Stainless door panels, handles and frames can discolor when
exposed to chlorine gas, pool chemicals, saltwater or cleaners
with bleach.
• Keep your stainless unit looking new by cleaning with a good
quality all-in-one stainless steel cleaner polish monthly. For best
results use Claire® Stainless Steel Polish and Cleaner, which can
be purchased from U-Line Corporation (Part Number 173348).
Comparable products are acceptable. Frequent cleaning will
remove surface contamination that could lead to rust. Some
installations may require cleaning weekly.
• Do not clean with steel wool pads.
• Do not use stainless steel cleaners polishes on any glass
surfaces.
DO NOT use an ice pick or other sharp instrument to
help speed up defrosting. These instruments can puncture
the inner lining or damage the cooling unit. DO NOT use
any type of heater to defrost. Using a heater to speed up
defrosting can cause personal injury and damage to the
inner lining.
NOTICE
The drain pan was not designed to capture the water
created when manually defrosting. To prevent water from
overflowing the drain pan, place towels or other absorbent
materials over the interior drain trough, under the
evaporator (1), before defrosting.
• Clean any glass surfaces with a non-chlorine glass cleaner.
• Do not use cleaners not specifically intended for
stainless steel on stainless surfaces (this includes glass,
tile and counter cleaners).
• If any surface discoloring or rusting appears, clean it quickly
with Bon-Ami® or Barkeepers Friend Cleanser® and a
nonabrasive cloth. Always clean towards the grain. Always finish
with Claire Stainless Steel Polish and Cleaner or comparable
product to prevent further problems.
Evaporators
• Using abrasive pads such as ScotchBrite™ will cause
the graining in the stainless to become blurred.
• Rust not cleaned up promptly can penetrate the surface of the
stainless steel and complete removal of the rust may not be
possible.
Interior Cleaning
• Disconnect power to the unit.
• Clean the interior and all removed components using a mild
nonabrasive detergent and warm water solution applied with a
soft sponge or non-abrasive cloth.
To defrost:
• Rinse the interior using a soft sponge and clean water.
2. Remove all products from the interior.
• Do not use any solvent-based or abrasive cleaners.
These types of cleaners may transfer taste to the interior
products and damage or discolor the interior.
3. Prop the door in an open position (2 in. (5 cm) minimum).
1. Disconnect power to the unit.
4. Allow the frost to melt naturally.
5. After the frost melts completely clean the interior and all
removed components. (See INTERIOR CLEANING)
6. When the interior is dry, reconnect power and turn unit on.
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Condenser Cleaning
Storage, Vacation and Moving
Interval - Every Six Months
If not using the unit for an extended period, or otherwise stored,
follow these steps completely:
To maintain operational efficiency, keep the front grille free of dust
and lint, and clean the condenser every three months. Depending
on environmental conditions, more or less frequent cleaning may
be necessary.
! WARNING
! WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard. Disconnect power before
servicing. Before operating, replace all panels. Failure
to do so may result in death or electrical shock.
Disconnect electric power to the unit before cleaning
the condenser.
NOTICE
If the ambient temperature is expected to drop below
50°F, turn off and unplug unit, and drain all water from the
unit to prevent freezing damage not covered by the
warranty.
! WARNING
DO NOT touch the condenser fins. The condenser fins
are SHARP and can be easily damaged.
1. Remove all consumable contents from the unit.
NOTICE
DO NOT use any type of cleaner on the condenser unit.
2. Disconnect the power cord from its outlet, and leave it
disconnected until the unit is returned to service.
3. Clean and dry the interior of the cabinet.
7. Remove the grill. (See MAINTENANCE)
8. Clean the condenser coil (4) using a using a soft brush with a
“combing” action or vacuum cleaner. Do not touch the
condenser coil.
9. Install the grill. (See MAINTENANCE)
4. During periods of nonuse, the cabinet must remain open to
prevent formation of mold and mildew. Open door a minimum
of 2 in. (5 cm) to provide the necessary ventilation.
Product Disposal
If the unit is being removed from service for disposal, check and
obey all Federal, State and or Local regulations regarding the
disposal and recycling of refrigeration appliances, and follow these
steps completely:
1
1. Remove all consumable contents from the unit.
2
4
5
2. Disconnect power to the unit and unplug the power cord from
its outlet.
! DANGER
Typical Model Shown
RISK OF CHILD ENTRAPMENT. Before you throw away your
old refrigerator or freezer, take off the doors and leave shelves
in place so children may not easily climb inside.
3. Remove the cabinet door.
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Troubleshooting Guide
Service
! DANGER
Before Calling for Service
ELECTROCUTION HAZARD. Never attempt to repair or
perform maintenance on the unit until disconnecting the
main electrical power.
If you think your U-Line product is malfunctioning, read the
OPERATION section of this guide to clearly understand the
function of the control.
If the problem persists, read the NORMAL OPERATING
SOUNDS and TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE section of this guide
to help you quickly identify common problems, and possible causes
and remedies. Most often, this will resolve the problem without
the need to call for service.
If Service is Required
If you do not understand a troubleshooting remedy, or your
product needs service, contact U-Line Corporation directly.
Contact information appears on the rear cover of this guide.
When you call, you will need your product Model and Serial
Numbers. This information can be recorded inside the front cover
of this guide. It also appears on the Model and Serial number plate
located on the upper right or rear wall of the interior of your
product.
Troubleshooting - What to check when problems occur:
Problem
Possible Cause and Remedy
Digital Display
and Light Do
Not Work.
Ensure power is connected to the unit.
If the unit is cooling, it may be in Blackout mode. (See
OPERATION)
Interior Light
Does Not
Illuminate.
The light bulb may be defective.
(See MAINTENANCE)
If the unit is cooling it may be in Blackout mode.
(See OPERATION)
Light Remains
on When Door
is Closed.
For glass door models, press the light icon and close
the door. (See OPERATION)
Check light actuator under door.
Unit Develops
Frost on
Internal
Surfaces.
Frost on the rear wall is normal and will melt during
each off cycle.
If there is excessive build-up of 1/4" or more,
manually defrost the unit.
Ensure the door is closing and sealing properly.
High ambient temperature and excessive humidity
can also produce frost.
Unit Develops
Condensation
on External
surfaces
The unit is exposed to excessive humidity, moisture
will dissipate as humidity levels increase.
Digital Display
Functions, But
Unit Does Not
Cool.
Ensure the unit is not in ‘Showroom Mode’. Press and
hold the COOLER icon and simultaneously within five
seconds press the LIGHT icon three times to change
the display as needed.
Digital Display
Shows ER or E
Followed By a
Number.
E3 indicates the door may be opened too long,
ensure the door is closing properly. For other error
codes contact U-Line Customer Service.
Digital Display
Shows 1-16 or
99
A factory test mode may be enabled. Adjust the
temperature to 99 and press the LIGHT icon.
(See OPERATION)
Product is
Freezing.
Product in contact with the rear wall may freeze,
ensure no product is touching the rear wall.
Adjust the temperature to a warmer set-point.
(See OPERATION)
Product is Not
Cold Enough.
Air temperature does not indicate product
temperature. See OPERATION - Checking Product
Temperature.
Adjust the temperate to a cooler set-point.
(See OPERATION)
Ensure unit is not located in excessive ambient
temperatures or in direct sunlight.
Ensure the door is closing and sealing properly.
Ensure the interior light has not remained on too
long.
Ensure nothing is blocking the front grille, found at
the bottom of the unit.
Ensure the condenser coil is clean and free of any dirt
or lint build-up.
Replacement Parts
When you need replacement parts, always request genuine U-Line
replacements. U-Line designs and engineers products using
components that work efficiently, and provide superior service life
and performance. The use of aftermarket parts or components
may affect the safety, operation, performance or durability of your
product, and may also void its warranty.
Normal Operating Sounds
All models incorporate rigid foam insulated cabinets to provide
high thermal efficiency and maximum sound reduction for its
internal working components. Despite this technology, your model
may make sounds that are unfamiliar.
Normal operating sounds may be more noticeable because of the
unit’s environment. Hard surfaces such as cabinets, wood, vinyl or
tiled floors and paneled walls have a tendency to reflect normal
appliance operating noises.
Listed below are common refrigeration components with brief
description of the normal operating sounds they make. NOTE:
Your product may not contain all the components listed.
• Compressor: The compressor makes a hum or pulsing sound
that may be heard when it operates.
• Evaporator: Refrigerant flowing through an evaporator may
sound like boiling liquid.
• Condenser Fan: Air moving through a condenser may be heard.
• Automatic Defrost Drain Pan: Water may be heard dripping or
running into the drain pan when the unit is in the defrost cycle.
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PRODUCT INFORMATION
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SERVICE INFORMATION
Please consult your Use and Care Guide for troubleshooting information. Answers to Customer Frequently Asked
Questions are available at u-line.com under Customer Service. You may contact U-Line directly:
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SERVICE ASSISTANCE:
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P.O. Box 245040
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Phone 1-414-354-0300
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For over five decades and through three generations, U-Line continues to be the leader in innovation, quality and
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has captivated those with an appreciation for the finer things with exceptional functionality, style, inspired
innovation and attention to even the smallest details. We are known and respected for our unwavering dedication
to product design, quality and selection.
In 1962, Henry Uihlein founded U-Line Corporation as an outgrowth of Ben-Hur Freezer Company and was the first
to develop and patent an automatic stand-alone undercounter residential ice maker. His foresight and determination
to develop new ideas and to succeed when there were no clear guidelines or solutions are evident today. The newest
Uihlein generation continues to build upon the family’s innovative legacy at the Milwaukee, Wisconsin based business
by providing continuity and vision from which new designs and technology continue to be born.
Today the complete U-Line product collection includes Ice Makers, Ice Machines, Wine Captain® Models, Combo®
Models, Refrigerator / Freezers, Refrigerators, Drawer Models and Beverage Centers. The U-Line brand offers
products in the 1000 Series, 2000 Series and the Modular 3000 Series. The 1000 Series offers a more targeted
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