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Instruction manual for Wine Cabinet
Wi6113 Slot-in
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Thank you for buying your new CAPLE Wine Cabinet. To ensure that you get the best results
from your new purchase, we strongly suggest that you read this instruction manual thoroughly
before use. This manual contains installation advice, usage instructions and other important facts
about your CAPLE Wine Cabinet. If treated with care, your CAPLE Wine Cabinet should give you
many years of trouble-free use.
IMPORTANT WARNINGS AND ADVICE
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Unpack your wine cabinet carefully and remove all of the protective packing from inside and
outside.
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Packing (plastic bags, polystyrene, nails, metal, etc.) must not be left within the reach of children
as they are a potential source of danger.
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After unpacking, make sure that the appliance is in perfect order. If you have any doubt, do not
use it and contact your retailer.
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Check that all the fittings are in the correct position on the inside of the cabinet.
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Release the mains lead which is fitted with a 13 amp UK type plug.
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Move your wine cabinet to its final location.
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DO NOT MOVE YOUR CABINET WHILE LOADED WITH WINE AS THIS COULD DISTORT THE
CABINET.
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Ensure that the specified ventilation instructions are adhered to.
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Do not try to modify the appliance's technical characteristics as this could be dangerous.
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This appliance should only be used for the specific purpose for which it was designed, i.e.
storage of wine. It is not designed for food storage.
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Do not clean or maintain the appliance without disconnecting it first.
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To prevent damaging the door gasket, make sure that the door is fully
open when pulling shelves out.
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Ensure that you fully understand these instructions before operating this appliance.
Caple are NOT responsible for: 1. Damage caused by incorrect, mistaken or irrational use.
2. Any errors in this manual, or for any damage linked to or following the provision,
performance or use of any wine cabinet.
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The information in this document is subject to modification without prior notice.
DISPOSAL OF OLD APPLIANCE
Discarded appliances are potentially dangerous to CHILDREN.
Before you throw away your old Wine Cabinet:
• Remove the door. Leave the shelves in place so that children cannot easily climb inside.
• Never allow children to operate, play with, or climb inside the appliance.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE TURNING THE WINE CABINET ON ENSURE IT IS PERFECTLY LEVEL. This will minimise any
vibrations.
Your cabinet is equipped with 4 adjustable feet. However, we recommend that you tighten the back
feet to the maximum and then use the front feet to level the cabinet.
IMPORTANT: STAND THE WINE CABINET VETICALLY AND WAIT 12 HOURS BEFORE SWITCHING IT
ON FOR THE FIRST TIME.
Safety Instructions
• A fan evacuates heat via the bottom vents.
• It must be installed well away from any heat source.
• It must not be placed in direct sun light.
• It must not be in a damp location (laundry, pantry, bathroom, etc)
• It must be perfectly level.
• It must have a correctly installed and reliable electricity supply correctly earthed.
• Use of a multi-socket or extension lead is not recommended.
• This wine cabinet must be earthed to provide protection in the event of an electrical short
circuit.
• It is fitted with a power cord having an earth wire terminating in a 13amp plug.
• Consult a qualified electrician or service engineer if the earthing instructions are not
completely understood.
WARNING: INCORRECT EARTHING CAN RESULT IN THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
The wine cabinet should be placed where the ambient temperature is between 5-35 deg
centigrade (41-95 degrees Fahrenheit). If the ambient temperature is above or below this range,
the performance of the unit may be affected. For example, placing your unit in extreme cold or hot
conditions may cause interior temperatures to fluctuate and the range of 5-18 ºC (41-65 degrees
Fahrenheit) may not be reached.
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RUN
Indicator light illuminates to signify the cooling mode is currently in operation.
LIGHT
To control the inner light turn on/off.
POWER
To control this appliance turn on/off (press and hold this button for approximately 3 seconds)
“UP” Button
To raise (warm) the temperature in 1 ºC stages.
“DOWN” Button
To lower (cool) the temperature in 1 ºC stages.
Setting the Temperature Control
• You can set the temperature as you desire by pressing the UP or DOWN buttons. When you
press either of the two buttons for the first time, the LED readout will show the original
temperature set at previous time (the temperature preset at the factory is 12 ºC).
• The temperature that you desire to set will increase by 1ºC if you press the UP button once, and
will decrease 1ºC if you press the DOWN button once.
• The temperature selected will flash in the LED display for approximately 5 seconds, and will then
display the actual temperature (which will gradually reach the set temperature).
• To view the “set” temperature, press the UP or DOWN button, then the LED display will “flash”
for 5 seconds to show the “set” temperature.
NOTE:
To temporarily disconnect (stop) the cooling cycle, you must disconnect the power cord from the
electrical outlet. NOTE: There is no “OFF” position on the electronic control panel. When
disengaging cooling operation for long periods of time, leave the door partially open to prevent
mould/mildew from forming inside the cabinet.
Installation of Shelves
To fit or remove the shelf, tilt the shelf as per the diagram and simply pull out, or push the shelf in until it sits
on the support brackets securely.
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DOOR REVERSAL
WE RECOMMEND THAT SOMEONE ASSISTS YOU DURING THIS PROCESS. TOOLS REQUIRED:
PHILIPS SCREWDRIVER. (A BOTTOM LEFT HAND HINGE IS SUPPLIED WITH EACH CABINET.)
Fig.A
Fig.B
Fig.D
Fig.C
Fig.E
• Bottom hinge (Right)
• Door
• Top hinge (Left)
• Screws
• Top hinge (Right)
• Bottom hinge (Left)
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• Door axis
• Lock screws
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Remove 2 screws •, then pull door • as per arrowhead direction and you will remove the door.
Please remove bottom hinge (Right) • as well for the assembly. (Fig.A & Fig.B)
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Remove 3 screws• of right upper Hinge, then remove right upper•& Right lower hinges•; (See
fig.C)
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Use the screws which you removed From right side hinges to fix left upper & bottom hinges••
(See Fig.D & Fig.E)
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Rotate door at 180 degrees then assemble the door as per the reverse way of removal
Fitting a kitchen plinth
These models are recessed to fit a kitchen plinth. A H50mm vent slot is required in the plinth to ensure air is
50mm
able to ventilate correctly. See diagram below. Failure to include this vent slot will invalidate the guarantee.
490mm
R2
5
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DEFROSTING/CONDENSATION
Your wine cabinet is designed with an “Auto-cycle” defrost system. When the RUN cycle is OFF, the
refrigerated surface of the wine cabinet (interior rear wall) defrosts automatically. The defrost water
is channeled into a drain pan which is located at the back of the wine cabinet next to the
compressor from where it evaporates.(注意修改)
HUMIDITY MAINTENANCE SYSTEM
The wine cabinet is equipped with a system for maintaining the correct level of humidity. If humidity
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is too low, insert the small plastic reservoir on to the top shelf. Fill this reservoir 3/4 full with water.
Check the water level occasionally and refill as necessary.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Cleaning
• Turn off the power, unplug the appliance, and remove all items including shelves and rack.
• Wash the inside surfaces with a warm water and baking soda solution. The solution should
be about two tablespoons of baking soda to one litre of water.
• Wash the shelves with a mild detergent solution.
• Wring excess water out of the sponge or cloth when cleaning the control panel, or any
electrical parts.
• Wash the outside cabinet with warm water and mild liquid detergent. Rinse well and wipe
dry with a clean soft cloth.
Power Failure
• Most power failures are corrected within a few hours and should not affect the temperature of
your appliance if you minimise the number of times the door is opened. If the power is going to
be off for a longer period of time, you need to take action to protect the contents.
Vacation Time
• Short vacations: Leave the wine cabinet operating during vacations of less than three weeks.
• Long vacations: If the wine cabinet will not be used for several months, remove all items and
disconnect. Clean and dry the interior thoroughly. To prevent odour and mould growth,
leave the door open slightly (blocking it open if necessary).
Moving Your Wine Cabinet
• Remove all bottles.
• Securely tape down all shelves inside the cabinet.
• Turn the adjustable legs up to the base to avoid damage.
• Tape the door shut.
• Be sure the appliance stays secure and upright during transportation.
outside of the wine cabinet. (e.g. with a blanket).
Also protect the
Energy Saving Tips
• The wine cabinet should be located in the coolest area of a room, away from heat producing
appliances, and out of the direct sunlight.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
You can solve many common wine cabinet problems easily, saving you the cost of a possible service
call. Try the suggestions below to see if you can solve the problem before calling the service
engineer.
PROBLEM
The wine cabinet does not operate.
The wine cabinet is not cold enough.
The wine cabinet turns on and off frequently.
The light does not work.
The wine cabinet vibrates.
The wine cabinet seems to make too much
noise.
The door will not close properly.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
The appliance is not plugged in.
The appliance is turned off.
The circuit breaker has tripped or a fuse has
blown.
Check the temperature control setting.
The external environment may require a
higher setting.
The door has been opened too often.
The door is not closed completely.
The door gasket does not seal properly.
The room temperature is hotter than normal.
A large amount of bottles have been added
to the wine cabinet.
The door has been opened too often.
The door is not closed completely.
The temperature control is not set correctly.
The door gasket does not seal properly.
The appliance is not plugged in.
The circuit breaker has tripped or a fuse has
blown.
The bulb needs replacing.
The light button is “OFF”.
Check that the wine cabinet is level.
The rattling noise may come from the flow of
refrigerant, which is normal.
As each cycle ends, you may hear gurgling
sounds caused by the flow of refrigerant.
Contraction and expansion of the inside walls
may cause popping and crackling noises.
The wine cabinet is not level.
The wine cabinet is not level.
The door was reversed and not properly
installed.
The gasket is dirty.
The shelves are out of position.
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RECOMMENDED TEMPERATURE SETTINGS
For keeping ALL TYPES OF WINES
12 oc to 14 oc
6 oc
Champagne NV, Sparkling
10 oc
Champagne Vintage
8 oc
Dry White Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc
10 oc
Dry White Gewurstraminer, Riesling
Dry White Chardonnay
10 oc
Vintage chardonnay
14 oc
Sweet White Sauternes Monbazillac, Late Harvest ice wine
10 oc
Sweet whites vintage Sauternes
14 oc
Beaujolais
13 oc
Red Pinot Noir
16 oc
Vintage Pinot Noir red
18 oc
Red Cabernet, Merlot, French, Australian, New Zealand, Chilean,
Argentinean, Italian, Spanish, Californian
18 oc
Red Grenache, Syrah
16 oc
PLEASE NOTE: to store Champagne and other non-standard size wine bottles your will need to
remove shelves, which will also affect the capacity.
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