Vinotemp | 700PRO | Owner`s manual | Vinotemp 700PRO Owner`s manual

Vinotemp 700PRO Owner`s manual
Wood Wine Cellar
Owner’s Manual
Model: For General Use
Vinotemp International Corp.
www.vinotemp.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Welcome...............................................................................2
Important Safety Information…..........................................3
Features Description…………………………….……………4
Installation Instruction………………………………………..6
Cellar Inspection……………………………………………………..6
Cellar Location…………………………………………………….…6
Level Adjusting………………………………………………………6
Electrical Cord……………………………………………………….6
Winemate Installation……………………………………………….7
Cellar Assembly……………………………………………………..8
Use and Temperature Control………………………………9
Bottle Load……………………………………………………………9
Temperature Setting………………………………………………..10
Normal Sounds……………………………………………………...11
Maintenance…………………………………………………..12
Troubleshooting……………………………………………13
Customer Support……………………………………………14
Warranty……………………………………………………….15
1
Welcome
Nov. 2006
Dear Vinotemp Customers,
Thank you for purchasing our wood wine cellars. Our goal at Vinotemp is to
produce the finest quality wine cellars in the industry.
Each of us here at Vinotemp plays an important role in the development of your
wine cellar. Your unit has been made for you based on the information we have
received. We hope you enjoy your wine cellar for many years to come.
We thank you for your business. We hope that your experience with us is
pleasurable and that we help you enjoy one of the greatest pleasures in life,
collecting and drinking wine.
Sincerely yours,
India Hynes
President
Vinotemp International Corp.
17621 S. Susana Rd.
Rancho Dominguez
California 90221
U. S. A.
Thank you for choosing a Vinotemp wine cellar.
Please enter the complete model and serial numbers in the space provided:
Model_________________________________________________________
Serial No.______________________________________________________
Attach your purchase receipt to this owner’s manual.
2
Important Safety Information
•
•
•
•
DO NOT PLUG IN THE CELLAR UNTIL 24 HOURS AFTER
DELIVERY.
DO NOT USE A GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTER (GFI).
A DEDICATED 15 AMPCIRCUIT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
KEEP CHILDREN OUT OF ENTERING THE WINE CELLAR.
3
Feature Description
•
•
•
•
•
Vinotemp wood wine cellar is designed and used to provide a stable
temperature between 52~62 °F at a normal environment.
The wine cellar will keep a desired humidity of 50~70% RH even when the
environment becomes dry and humid.
These temperatures and humilities are optimized for long term wine
storage.
Top, rear and side exhaust options are available for convenient
installations.
See the voltage type from the label on the back of the cooling unit.
4
The dimension and capacity are specified as follows:
Model
VINO-100WC
VINO-110FW
VINO-114
VINO-114G
VINO-200WC
VINO-230
VINO-230G
VINO-250
VINO-250G
VINO-296
VINO-296G
VINO-300WC
VINO-400EC
VINO-400EC3D
VINO-400CRED
VINO-400CREDG
VINO-440
VINO-440TDFT
VINO-440TDG
VINO-440TDBON
VINO-440TDGFE
VINO-600EC
VINO-600EC3D
VINO-600-2
VINO-700FT
VINO-700G
VINO-700PRO
VINO-700BON
Description
1 Door
2 French Doors
1 Door
1 Glass Door
1 Door
2 Doors
2 Glass Doors
1 Door
1 Glass Door
2 Doors
2 Glass Doors
1 Door
1 Door
1 Door
4 Doors
4 Glass Doors
1 Door
2 Furniture Trim Doors
2 Glass Doors
2 Beveled Doors, Cornice
2 Glass Doors, Front Vent
2 Doors
2 Doors
2 Doors, 2 Cooling Units
2 Furniture Trim Doors
2 Glass Doors
2 Furniture Trim Glass Doors
2 Beveled Doors, Cornice
5
Capacity (Bottles)
70
70
70
70
175
135
135
175
175
200
200
240
300
450
560
560
300
300
300
300
300
450
700
500
455
455
455
455
Dim (W”XD”XH”)
30X29X40
36X29X36
30X29X40
30X29X40
28X29X73
38X29X50
38X29X50
28X29X73
28X29X73
58X29X40
58X29X40
32X29X82
38X29X82
38X40X82
88X29X40
88X29X40
38X29X82
38X29X82
38X29X82
46X33X86
38X29X82
51X29X88
51X40X88
51X29X88
51X29X88
51X29X88
51X29X88
59X33X92
Installation Instruction
1. Cellar Inspection
•
•
Note any damage by yourself and the installation personals.
Claim the damage with 5 days after receipt.
2. Cellar Location
•
•
•
•
Place the wine cellar in a properly ventilated location. If it is not, heat
exhausted by the unit will build up and the unit will not operate properly.
Leave 4~6 “clearance between the exhaust side and the wall or ceiling.
Leave 2~4” clearance for the fresh air supply side.
Leave 1~2” for the other sides.
3. Level Adjusting
•
•
Adjust the level by raising and lowering the feet height using a wrench
Ensure the cabinet stand solidly and the doors flush and seal well.
4. Electrical Cord
•
We strongly recommend against the use of an extension cord. However, if
you still select to use an extension cord, it is absolutely necessary that it is
a UL LISTED 3-wire grounding type appliance extension cord. The
marked rating of the extension cord should be 115 V, 15 A. or equivalent
and not greater than 15ft in length.
6
5. Winemate Installation
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Unplug the wine cellar or disconnect power.
Unplug the light from receptacle.
Unscrew the 2 screws and remove the light.
Unplug the Winemate cooling unit from receptacle.
Use 7/16” wrench to unscrew the 2 screws and remove the 2 brackets
Move the cooling unit away from the mounting side and place it on the top
of the rack temporally
Remove the cooling unit to a stable place.
7
6. Cellar Disassembly
•
Use 4 mm hex wrench, ¼” nut driver and Phillips head screw driver to
unscrew and remove all the screws and nuts from panels and feet.
8
Use & Temperature Control
1. Bottle Load
1. Wine Bottle 2. Rack
•
•
•
•
•
Unless otherwise modified, the standard rack cubicle is 3 3/8”X3 3/8” to
accommodate the traditional cabernets standard 750 ml Burgundy or
Bordeaux bottles.
Customize 3 ¾” for French Burgundy, 4” for Dom Perignon, 4 ½” for
Magnums.
Load wine bottles starting from the bottom; locate the bottles evenly from
left to right. This will prevent the cellar from shifting and potentially
knocking the doors out of alignment.
Keep the rack open by every few bottles to allow the free airflow.
Load the cellar with 2 cases of bottles everyday to allow the cellar cool
down rapid.
2. Temperature Control
•
•
•
•
Set the temperature at 55 °F for the optimum aging of wine
Set the temperature higher at very high ambient temperature.
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 at least 24 hours to stabilize the temperature for each new
temperature setting operation
9
1) Display
During normal working conditions, the display shows the value measured by the
air regulation probe or the second probe (parameter /4). In case of active alarm,
the temperature flashes alternately to the code alarm.
2) Alarm Code Description
E0: fault air regulation probe
E1: evaporator product/food probe fault digital input alarm
IA: immediate external alarm (A4 and A7 parameters)
LO: low temperature alarm (AL, Ad and A0 parameters)
HI: high temperature alarm (AH, Ad and A0 parameters)
EE: data acquisition failure (see the manual for the default procedure)
Ed: timeout-ended defrost (dt, dP and r3 parameters)
dF: defrost in progress
3) Operating Indications on the Display
LED 1 or LED Button 5 indicates compressor ON;
LED 3 or LED Button 7 indicates defrosting ON;
LED 2 or LED Button 6 indicates presence of alarms.
* The blinking indicates that controller is waiting for a time delay to expire.
4) Set-Point (desired temperature value)
Press the SET button 6 for one second to display the Set-Point value;
After few seconds, the set value blinks;
Press UP button 5 or DOWN button 7 to increase or decrease the set-point
value;
Press the SET button 6 once more to confirm the new value.
5) Manual Defrost
Besides the automatic defrost, it is possible to activate a manual defrost by
pressing the button 7 for more than 5 seconds (it occurs only in the appropriate
temperature conditions).
10
6) Access and Modification of the Frequent Parameters (F TYPE)
1) Press the button 6 for more than 5 seconds (in case of alarm, first silence the
buzzer) until the display displays PS.
2) Press button 5 or button 7 to show the parameter whose value has to be
changed; press to display the associated value.
3) Press button 5 or button 7 to change the value.
4) Press button 6 to temporarily confirm the new value and go back to display the
parameter code. In order to modify the other parameters, start back from point 3.
7) Storage of the new values
Press button 6 at least for 5 seconds to store the new value and exit the
“PARAMETERS MODIFICATION” procedure. For timing parameters only: switch
off and switch on the controller in order to make them immediately effective
without waiting for the following cycle.
8) To exit without modifying any parameter
Do not press any button for at least 60 seconds (TIME OUT).
3. Normal Sounds
1) The rattling, gurgling sounds are normal when the compressor is running.
2) The click sound is normal when the compressor starts and stops.
11
Maintenance
1. Coil Cleaning
• Clean the condenser coil regularly. Coil may need to be cleaned as
often as every 6 months.
• Coil is on the back of the wine cellar.
• Unplug the cellar or disconnect power.
• Use a vacuum cleaner with an extended attachment to clean the coil
when it is dusty or dirty.
• Plug wine cellar or reconnect power.
2. Condensation Removing
• Remove the extra condensate if it is accumulated in the wine cellar at
high ambient temperature and humidity.
3. Door Warping
• Leave both doors open to expose to the same outside condition for
24~48 hours.
• Wet the contracted door panel with a damp towel or sponge and allow
drying with both doors exposed.
4. Gasket Caring
• Turn on and off the interior light to see if the gasket seal properly.
• Use a hair dryer to heat the gasket up while using your fingers to pull the
gasket outward. Doing it for several minutes will loosen the gasket and
increase its flexibility.
• Close the door and the gasket will retain the new shape.
12
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Chart
Complaint
Possible Causes
1. Unit not running
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Power cord unplugged
No power to unit
Temperature setting high
DOWN button lighting
UP button lighting
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Response
Check for power cord plug
Check for power at receptacle and fuses
Lower temperature setting
Under defrost
Call service
2. Temperature too high or unit running too long
a. Surrounding temperature high
b. Improper
evaporator
or
condenser air flow.
c. Dirty Condenser
d. Iced evaporator
e. Improper seals
f. Improper area to be cooled
g. Refrigerant leakage
h. Low voltage
i. Operating 60 Hz unit at 50Hz
a. Lower temperature setting
b. Check for air passage restrictions or
obstruction; Check for fans .
c. Clean dirty condenser
d. Defrost and reset temperature control
e. Check for gasket and doors opening.
f. Check for excessive load or incorrect
installation.
g. Call for service
h. Check power supply
i. The unit should be operating at 60 Hz
3. Compressor stopping and starting, but short running time.
a. Incorrect voltage
b. Improper condenser airflow
a. Check for voltage
b. Check for wrong motors, fan blades,
binding and bearings.
c. Clean condenser
d. Call service
c. Dirty condenser
d. Failed components
4. Excessive moisture on glass
a. Surrounding humidity high
b. Improper seals
c. Often door opening
a. Raise temperature setting
b. Check for gasket and doors opening
c. Reduce door opening duration
5. House circuit tripping
a. Incorrect fuse or breaker.
b. Failed components or incorrect
wirings
a. Check for proper fuse or breaker
b. Check wirings and connections
6. Noisy operation
a. Mounting area not firm
b. Compressor overloaded due to
high ambient temperatures, or
airflow restriction.
13
a. Add support to improve installation.
b. Internal loose, inadequate lubrication,
improper voltage, airflow blockage.
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
14
Warranty
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE:
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:
1. All prices are FOB — Place of Shipment — Seller’s premises, unless
otherwise noted. 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, such as the
disassembly and reassembly of the goods. Purchaser assumes all responsibility
for delivery, payment of freight, access, measurement, installation, hook-up,
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...
2. All sales are final, and unless authorized in writing by the Seller, Purchaser is
not entitled to return conforming goods, under any circumstance. If Purchaser
refuses to accept conforming goods, under any circumstance, the Purchaser is
liable for the return and cost of freight both ways a restocking charge that is 35%
of the purchase price of the goods. Purchaser must notify Seller of nonconforming goods within five days of delivery, after which time all goods are
deemed accepted.
3. 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. 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.
4. LIMITED WARRANTY: Seller warrants that the goods will be free of defects in
materials and workmanship as follows: In the case of Furniture style (wood) wine
units: all cooling unit parts for a period of 5 (five) years; labor and cabinetry for a
period of 12 (twelve) months from date of sale. In the case of Metal cabinet wine
units: parts and labor for cooling system and cabinetry for a period of 12 (twelve)
months of date of sale. In the case of table-top cigar humidors: 30 (thirty) days
from the date of sale. 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]. Unless otherwise provided by applicable law, Purchaser is responsible for
shipping the unit pre-paid to designated facility and Seller will pay return shipping
15
charges for items repaired under warranty with in 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 colorfastness of wood or
against peeling, chipping, cracking or scratching. Note: Unfinished wood is
subject to warping; all wood surfaces must be sealed before placing seller into
service.
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.
5. 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 perils that might occur.
6. UNLESS OTHERWISE PROVIDED BY APPLICABLE LAW, SELLER IS
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
AND THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WHICH
EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF; 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 IMPILED
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.
7. 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 generaIIy, Purchaser
must first file a written claim with Seller within thirty days of the occurrence giving
rise to the claim and wait an additional thirty days for a response before initiating
any legal action. Any legal proceeding arising out of or relating to these terms
and conditions or to the goods sold generally shall be brought solely in the
County of Los Angeles. The prevailing party in any such proceeding is entitled to
its attorneys’ fees and costs. In no event may Purchaser initiate any legal
proceeding more than six months after the occurrence of the event giving rise to
the dispute.
8. 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.
16
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising