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Vinotemp VT-WINED RAW4 Operating instructions
A PROUD HERITAGE OF EXPERIENCE & QUALITY
Wine Draw
Dispenser & Preserver
VT-WINED RAW4 (4 bottles)
O W N E R ’ S
M A N U A L
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General Operating Instructions
Remove all external and internal packaging from your wine cellar. Be sure that
all parts have been included before discarding any packaging materials. You
may want to keep the box and packing materials for use at a later date.
Upon receipt and inspection of unit, the supply cord must be replaced if it is
damaged.
Contact
our
customer
service
at
1-800-777-8466
or
info@vinotemp.com.
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Let the unit rest, UNPLUGGED for 24 hours once you have it placed in
your home.
Please fully read the instruction manual.
Save these instructions.
Please read and follow all safety rules
and operating instructions before using.
Serving Wines
Storing wines at the proper temperature is important. To preserve them as
long as possible, wine should be stored at approximately 55° Fahrenheit.
However, the chart below suggests the optimal drinking temperature for the
different styles of wine.
°C
19
18
17
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
2
°F
66
64.5
62
59
57
55.5
53.5
52
50
48
46.5
44.5
Wine Style
Armagnac, Brandy, Cognac
Full Bodied Red wines, Shiraz
Tawny Port
Medium Bodied Red Wines
Amontillado Sherry
Light Bodied Red Wines
Full Bodied White Wines
Medium Bodied White Wines
Rosé, Light Bodied White Wines
Vintage Sparkling
Fino Sherry
Non Vintage Sparkling
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ...............................................4
FEATURE DESCRIPTION ...............................................................5
SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................6
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS .....................................................7
DISPENSING OPERATION .............................................................9
TEMPERATURE CONTROL............................................................ 11
ALARM SIGNALS ....................................................................... 12
CARE & MAINTENANCE............................................................... 13
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................. 15
WIRING DIAGRAM ..................................................................... 18
SERVICE & IMPORTANT NOTICE .................................................. 20
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
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FEATURE DESCRIPTION
• The WINE DRAW 4 keeps opened wines fresh from oxidization for weeks
through use of noble gas such as nitrogen or argon.
• The refrigerated glass-door cabinet displays wines and dispenses from up
to 4 opened bottles while chilling 4 additional bottles
• Quiet, high-output compressor system with automatic defrost maintains
wine at the proper storing and serving temperature between 40°F and
65°F.
• The compact design with blue LED touch-buttons gives the modern
attraction
• NSF-approved plastic components and sanitary stainless steel spout keep
your wines clean.
• Miniature stainless steel electronic valves prevent any wine drip from the
dispensing spout.
• A blue LED digital temperature controller allows you to set the desired
temperature for white or red wines easily.
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SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
VT-WINE
DRAW4
6
CAPACITY
(8 Bottles Total)
SERVING
STORING
4
4
DIMENSIONS (in)
WXHXD
ELECTRICAL
WEIGHT
(lb)
19.25 X 25.75 X
21.5
115V/60Hz/
1PH 1.5 A
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Location
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This wine preserver-dispenser is designed for free-standing installation
only.
It is recommended that this unit be kept in a location with an ambient
temperature range of 55°F - 90°F. It is not intended for garage or
basement installation.
Place the unit in a properly ventilated location to prevent heat build-up
generated by the refrigeration system. Failure to do so will prevent the
unit from cooling properly, and may result in damage to unit
components as well as its contents.
Leave 5” clearance on all sides.
Use the adjustable legs to position the unit level.
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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 with
a 3-blade grounding plug and a 3-slot receptacle. The marked rating of
the extension cord should be 115 V, 15 A.
Nitrogen Connection
NOTE: THE CYLINDER IS SHIPPED WITHOUT FILLING NITROGEN.
1. Connect the regulator to the nitrogen cylinder by tighten CGA 580
connection nut, and regulate the outlet pressure to 3 psig (preset).
2. Connect the nitrogen hose (0.25” OD) to the regulator by pushing the
quick disconnect couplings plug to the coupling socket at the regulator.
BEFORE OPEN THE CYLINDER VALVE TO DELIVER NITROGEN, MAKE
SURE THE QUICK DISCONNECT COUPLING PLUG AT THE STOPPERDISPENSER IS UNPLUGGED.
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DISPENSING OPERATION
Placing and Replacing Bottle
NOTE:
• DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN STOPPER-DISPENSER, OTHERWISE IT
MAY BE DAMAGED.
• IF THERE IS NO WINE BOTTLE IN USE, ALWAYS UNPLUG THE
QUICK DISCONNECT COUPLING PLUG FROM THE COUPLING
SOCKET AT THE STOPPER-DISPENSER, OTHERWISE, NITROGEN
LEAKS.
1. Hold the Stopper-Dispenser and press the spring at the quick-disconnect
coupling socket to unplug the coupling plug.
2. Hold the Stopper-Dispenser and turn the thumbwheel counter-clockwise
all the way to loosen the empty bottle, and then place a new bottle.
3. Hold down the Stopper-Dispenser onto the bottle and turn the
thumbwheel counter-clockwise all the way first.
4. And then turn clockwise to tighten the bottle starting with a little tight.
5. Plug the coupling plug into the coupling socket.
6. Once there are no bubbles forming at the stopper-dispenser , it indicates
the bottle seal is ok.
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Dispensing Wine
1. Push and hold the “Touch-Button” to dispense the selected wine into
your glass.
2. Release the button to stop dispensing.
3. Wait until no wine dripping from the spout.
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TEMPERATURE CONTROL
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.
LED Functions
Front Panel Commands
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ALARM SIGNALS
Code Description
Alarm Recovery
Probe alarms (P1) start a few seconds after the fault occurs 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” and “LA”) automatically stop as soon as the temperature returns to a
normal value. “CA” Alarm (with i1F=PAL) recovers only by switching off and on
the instrument.
Temperature Set-Point
How to see the set-point
1. Push and immediately release the SET key: the display will show the
Set-point value.
2. Push and immediately release the SET key or wait for 5 seconds to
display the probe value again.
How to change the set-point
1. Push the SET key for more than 3 seconds to change the Set point value;
2. The value of the set point will be displayed and the “°C” or “°F” LED
starts blinking.
3. To change the Set value, push
or
arrow keys within 10 seconds.
4. To memorize the new set point value, push the SET key again or wait 10
seconds.
Manual Defrost
Push the DEF key for more than 2 seconds and a manual defrost will start.
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CARE & MAINTENANCE
Removing Condensation
1. Remove the extra condensate if
it is accumulated in the wine
cellar at high temperature and
humidity conditions.
2. Unscrew the two tray screws to
empty the drip tray periodically
to remove the extra
condensation.
Replacing Stopper-Dispenser
NOTE:
• ALL PIPE THREAD CONNECTIONS REQUIRE TEFLON SEALANT.
1. Hold the Stopper-Dispenser and press the spring at the quick-disconnect
coupling socket to unplug the coupling plug.
2. Hold the Stopper-Dispenser and turn the thumbwheel counter-clockwise
all the way to loosen the empty bottle.
3. Loosen and remove the compression fitting.
4. Loosen and remove coupling socket.
5. Loosen and remove female 90° elbow.
6. Loosen and remove inline filter.
7. Replace the used stopper-dispenser with a new one.
8. Use the reverse steps to install the new stopper-dispenser.
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Cleaning the stopper-dispenser and solenoid valve
1. Fill a bottle with clean warm water and place the stopper-dispenser onto
the bottle.
2. Push and hold the touch button to dispense the warm water.
3. Continue to flush the system until dry nitrogen comes out of the spout.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Refrigeration System
Complaint
Possible Causes
a.
Power cord unplugged
Unit not
b.
No power to unit
running
c. Defrost light blinking
d. Compressor light
blinking
e. Setting higher than
ambient temperature
f. Low voltage.
g. Incorrect or loose
wirings.
Temperature a. Air sensor
fluctuating
Unit running
too long or
continually
a. Improper cabinet seals
b. Ambient temperature
high
c. Iced evaporator
d. Low voltage
e. Operating 60 Hz unit at
50Hz
f. Sealed system problem
g. Undercharge or
overcharge
Response
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Check for power cord plug
Check power at receptacle & fuses
Unit is under defrost mode
Unit waits for anti-short cycle delay
Lower temperature setting
f. Contact an authorized electrician
g. Check all wirings and connections
a. When using an air sensor, the wine
bottle temperature is mainly
controlled by the average air
temperature. The air is light enough
to change so quickly that it maintains
relatively constant average
temperature that would prevent wine
bottle temperature from varying.
a. Check for gasket and door opening
b. Check for installation location or
increase setting
c. Defrost and reset temperature
d. Check power supply
e. Use proper 60 Hz
f. Call service for checking loss of
refrigerant or restrictions
g. Call service to add or remove
refrigerant
a. Lower setting
Temperature a. Setting too high
b.
Improper
cabinet
seals
b. Check for gasket and door opening
too high
“HA”
maximum
temperature
alarm
blinking or
beeping
c. Ambient temperature
too high
d. Iced evaporator
e. Low voltage
f. Operating 60 Hz unit
at 50Hz
g. Sealed system
problem
h. Undercharge or
overcharge
a. Ambient temperature
too high
b. Improper cabinet seals
c. Iced evaporator
d. Low voltage
e. Operating 60 Hz unit at
50Hz
f. Sealed system problem
g. Undercharge or
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Check for installation location
Defrost and reset temperature
Check power supply
Use proper 60 Hz
Call service for checking loss of
refrigerant or restrictions
h. Call service to add or remove
refrigerant
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
Check for installation location
Check for gasket and door opening
Defrost and reset temperature
Check power supply
Use proper 60 Hz
Call service for checking loss of
refrigerant or restrictions
g. Call service to add or remove
refrigerant
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Compressor
stopping
and starting
but short
running time
Compressor
running but
not cooling
House
circuit
tripping
Noisy
operation
overcharge
a. Incorrect temperature
setting
b. Incorrect voltage
c. Failed thermistor
d. Failed components
e. Overcharge of
refrigerant
f. Discharge or suction
pressure too high
a. Set 55 to 60 °F
b. Check for voltage
c. Check thermistor by placing it in ice
water and measuring resistance
d. Check compressor windings, start
relay and overload protector.
e. Call service for removing refrigerant
f. Call service for OEM information
a. Refrigerant leakage
b. Refrigeration system
restriction
a. Check for loss of refrigerant
b. Call service for checking restrictions
a. Incorrect fuse or
breaker
b. Incorrect wirings
c. Failed components
a. Mounting area not firm
b. Loose parts
c. Compressor
overloaded due to high
ambient temperature
and ventilation
d. Malfunctioning
components
a. Check for proper fuse or breaker
b. Check for wirings and connections
c. Call service
a. Add support to improve installation
b. Check cabinet washers, tubing
contact and loose screws.
c. Check for ambient temperature and
ventilation
d. Call service for checking Internal
loose, inadequate lubrication and
incorrect wirings
Dispensing System
Complaint
Possible Causes
a. Power cord unplugged
Unit not
b. No power to unit
dispensing
c.
d.
e.
f.
Low voltage.
Incorrect or loose wirings.
Nitrogen empty
Stopper-dispenser & tubes
not connected
g. Wine draw not installed
h. Nitrogen tubing blockage
i. Defective solenoid valve
j. Defective stopperdispenser
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Response
a. Check for power cord plug
b. Check power at receptacle &
fuses
c. Contact an authorized electrician
d. Check all wirings and connections
e. Check for nitrogen cylinder
f. Check for tube connections
g.
h.
i.
j.
Check
Check
Check
Check
for
for
for
for
wine draws
kinked tubes
solenoid valve
stopper-dispenser
Stopperdispenser
leaking
a. Stopper-dispenser not
installed properly
b. Stopper-dispenser wornout
c. Nitrogen pressure too high
a. Reinstall the stopper-dispenser
b. Replace the part
c. Reduce the nitrogen pressure to
3 psig
Dispensing
interrupted
a. Blockage of solenoid valve
b. Blockage of stopperdispenser
c. Leakage of bottle seal
d. Kinked tubes
a.
b.
c.
d.
Clean solenoid valves
Clean parts
Check for stopper-dispenser
Check for kinked tubes
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Unit dripping
a. Leakage of solenoid valve
b. Leakage of spout
a. Check for solenoid valves
b. Push to tighten spout
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TERMS OF SALE AND WARRANTY:
Vinotemp International (“Seller”) and the person or entity that acquires these goods from Seller (“Purchaser”) hereby
fully agrees to the following terms and conditions of the sale: Shipping fees are the responsibility of the Purchaser
whether freight prepaid or freight collect. Seller assumes no responsibility for the goods sold to the Purchaser once
the goods have left the Seller’s premises, including, but not limited to, late delivery by the moving carrier, or for
events caused by any difficulty carrier incurs in attempting to fit the goods into the Purchaser’s place of business or
residence due to the size of the goods or otherwise. Purchaser assumes all responsibility for delivery, payment of
freight, access, measurement, installation, hook-up, wiring, moving and storage of the goods. The transportation of all
goods is subject to the terms and conditions which the moving carrier imposes on Purchaser including, but not limited
to, additional charges imposed per flight of stairs, and/or additional charges resulting from the carrier’s inability to
safely and/or adequately use the building elevator to lift the goods to an upper floor. Any claim for damages incurred
during shipment by the carrier of the goods are insured and handled directly with the carrier. Any damages due to
manufacture defects will be handled directly with Vinotemp International, subject to the limited warranty.
All sales are final, and unless authorized in writing by the Seller, Purchaser may not return the goods, under any
circumstance. If Purchaser refuses to accept the goods, under any circumstance, the Purchaser is liable for the return
and cost of freight both ways, and if Seller does take back the goods, there will be a restocking charge that is 35% of
the purchase price of the goods. Custom Cabinet and Racking are non returnable. Purchaser must notify Seller of nonconforming goods within four days of delivery, after which time all goods are deemed accepted. If an order has been
placed and production has started, cancellation of your order will be a 15% charge.
If Purchaser tenders payment with a check that has insufficient funds (NSF), or stops payment on a check or credit
card for any reason, Purchaser agrees to pay for all costs associated with the Seller’s connection or litigation of such a
claim, including without limitation extra damages, court costs and attorneys’ fees. Finance charges begin the date of
invoice. Collection fees plus NSF fee of $50 will be added to your invoice, which you agree to promptly pay. Title to
the goods does not pass until payment is received in full by Seller and Seller retains a security interest in the goods
until they are paid for in full.
LIMITED WARRANTY: Seller warrants that the goods will be free of defects in materials and workmanship as
follows: For the metal cabinet wine units: parts and labor for cooling system and cabinetry for a period of 12 (twelve)
months from date of sale, removal and re-installation of unit is not included in warranted labor. For a scratch and dent
or refurbished unit, warranty is 3 months from your dated invoice (parts for function only, not cosmetic). There is no
warranty on parts purchased separately. Purchaser’s exclusive remedy is limited, at Seller’s option; to repair or
replace defective part[s] with either new or factory reconditioned part[s]. Purchaser is responsible for shipping the
unit pre-paid to designated facility and Seller will pay return shipping charges in the continental United States for
items repaired under warranty within 12 (twelve) months from date of sale. Since the natural variation in texture,
density, grain, color, tone and shade of wood is unavoidable; Seller does not guarantee the texture, color, tone or
shade of the wood: nor does seller guarantee the color fastness of wood or against peeling, chipping, cracking or
scratching. Note: Unfinished wood is subject to warping; all wood surfaces must be sealed before placing cellar into
service. Improper placement of the unit will void the warranty. This limited warranty does not cover damage due to
such things as accident, misuse, abuse, mishandling, neglect, acts of God, fires, earthquakes, floods, high winds,
government, war, riot or labor trouble, strikes, lockouts, delay of carrier, unauthorized repair, or any other cause
beyond the control of the Seller, whether similar or dissimilar to the foregoing. Seller is not responsible for any
damages caused to Seller’s property resulting from the good. This limited warranty applies only inside the Continental
US. (Alaska, Puerto Rico and Hawaii are not warranted.)
Purchaser understands and acknowledges that the goods sold here are wine cellars, cigar humidors, and/or other
similar units which house wine or cigars. Purchaser assumes all risk of using these units, including risk of spoilage,
humidity variations, temperature variations, leaks, fire, water damage, mold, mildew, dryness and similar and any
other perils that might occur.
Seller is not responsible for incidental or consequential damages, and there are no warranties, expressed or implied,
which extend beyond the Limited Warranty described above. The implied warranties of merchantability and of fitness
for a particular purpose are hereby expressly disclaimed. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or
consequential damages, or a waiver of the implied warranties of fitness and/or merchantability, so the above
limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
In the event of any dispute between Seller and Purchaser arising out of or relating to these terms and conditions or to
the goods sold generally, Purchaser must first file a written claim with Seller within ten days of the occurrence giving
rise to the claim and wait an additional thirty days for a response before initiating any legal action. The sale and all
terms are subject to California law. Any legal proceeding arising out of or relating to these terms and conditions or to
the goods sold generally shall be brought solely and exclusively in the County of Los Angeles. In no event may
Purchaser initiate any legal proceeding more than six months after the occurrence of the event giving rise to the
dispute.
The above terms and conditions are the only ones governing this transaction and Seller makes no oral representations
of any kind. These Terms and Conditions can only be modified in writing, signed by both Purchaser and Seller. 04/07
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SERVICE & IMPORTANT NOTICE
Upon receipt and inspection of unit, the supply cord must be replaced if it is
damaged. Contact our customer service at 1-800-777-8466 or
info@vinotemp.com.
The manufacturer has a policy of continuous improvement on its products and
reserves the right to change materials and specifications without notice.
WARNING
Please do not place the unit within reach of children.
For adult use only.
Contact
info@vinotemp.com with any questions or visit:
www.vinotemp.com
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Rancho Dominguez, CA 90221
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Vinotemp is a registered trademark of Vinotemp International. All products, features, and services are
subject to change without notice. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the contents of this document.
We disclaim liability for errors, omissions, or future changes.
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