50-80 Bottle Wine Cooler
CO9148 V1_220812
USE & CARE MANUAL
COMPRESSOR WINE COOLER
SECTION 01
These notes must be read before installation
These instructions are for your safety. Please read through them thoroughly before use
and retain for future reference. Failure to follow them could cause injury and/or
property damage.
Note: This manual applies for a number of different products. Please make sure you
follow the appropriate product guide lines.
CONTENTS
SECTION 01
Cautions
Introduction
Handling
Unpacking
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SECTION 02
Tools required
Identification
Parts supplied
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SECTION 03
Installation
Use
Care
Specification
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DO’S
• Always install the appliance in accordance with this guide. If in doubt obtain
expert advice.
• Always make sure the electrical socket is accessible and located adjacent
to, but not above the wine cooler.
SECTION 01
CAUTIONS
• Always disconnect the wine cooler from the electrical supply before carrying
out cleaning or maintenance.
• Always keep the specified amount of clearance around the appliance,
especially at the rear of the product, free from obstructions. Never obstruct
the air vents
• Before you dispose of an old wine cooler, take off the door and leave shelves
in place so that children cannot easily climb inside.
• Wait at least 2 hours before storing goods in the appliance once it has been
switched on.
DON’TS
• Never use aerosols or steam cleaners to clean the wine cooler.
• Never route the mains supply cord under carpet etc.
• Do not allow children to play with the wine cooler.
• Never sit or stand on the product.
• Never lean or put weight on the product.
• Do not use outdoors.
• Do not site the wine cooler on deep pile carpets or rugs.
• Never cut off the plug and hard wire into a fixed fused spur
• Do not touch the cooled surfaces while the appliance is operating; especially
not with wet hands, because skin can stick to cold surfaces.
• Do not place any electrical items inside the appliance.
• Keep the appliance away from direct sun light, areas of high humidity and
areas of high temperature.
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SECTION 01
IMPORTANT
This appliance contains a small quantity of the refrigerant R600a.
Although environmentally friendly, care must be taken during
transportation and installation of the appliance to ensure that no
parts of the cooling system are damaged. Leaking refrigerant
can damage the eyes or ignite.
If damage has occurred to the product:–
• Keep away from open flames and anything which creates a spark
• Disconnect from the mains
• Ventilate the room in which the appliance is located for several minutes
The more refrigerant there is in an appliance, the larger the room should be.
In the event of a leakage, combustible gases could build up if the appliance is in a
small room. For every 8g of coolant at least 1 cubic metre of room space is required.
The amount of refrigerant in the appliance is stated on the rating label.
Electrical connection
WARNING: This appliance must be earthed
• Ensure your supply is the same as that indicated on the product before operating
the appliance.
• In the event the mains plug has to be removed/replaced for any reason, please
note :The plug removed from the mains lead, if cut, must be destroyed as a plug with
bare flexible cord is hazardous if plugged into a live socket outlet
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Thank you for choosing this wine cooler. The product is designed to meet the most
stringent quality, performance, and safety requirements. This guide aims to improve
your understanding and appreciation of your new wine cooler by providing simple
and informative instructions.
This appliance is intended to be used exclusively for the storage of wine.
This instruction manual is a universal version for a range of models. Please read the
sections carefully, and keep the manual for reference.
SECTION 01
INTRODUCTION
HANDLING
Before continuing any further with the installation of this wine cooler please read the
following:
• When lifting always keep your back straight. Bend your legs and not your back.
• Avoid twisting at the waist. It is better to reposition your feet.
• Avoid upper body / top heavy bending. Always bend from the knees rather
than the waist.
• Do not lean forward or sideways whilst handling the wine cooler
• Always grip with the palm of the hand. Do not use the tips of fingers for support.
• Always keep the product as close to the body as possible. This will prevent
unnecessary and undue strain on the body.
• Use gloves to provide additional grip.
• Always use assistance if required
• Never tilt the wine cooler at an angle greater than 45 degrees when moving
• Allow a 10 minute minimum interval between transit and connecting the
wine cooler to a power source
UNPACKING
The unit is supplied in a single packaged carton. Carefully unpack the product using
the following procedure:
• Carefully lift the parts out of the box
• Carefully remove the protective wrapping from the parts
• Carefully remove the wine cooler from its box and put aside
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SECTIO
TOOLS REQUIRED
Should you wish to install the door handle to the wine cooler, you will require a cross
head screwdriver to secure the handle in place.
IDENTIFICATION
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1. Activated carbon filter 4. Storage shelves
2. Control panel
5. Ventilation hole
3. Door Handle
6. Adjustable feet
PARTS SUPPLIED
1x Wine cooler
1x Handle (inc. fixings)
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7. Free ventilation base
Positioning
Do not position this product in a location where it may be subject to extreme
temperatures, where it could be exposed to direct sunlight, or next to a heat source.
The unit should be located in a cool, dry place.
Allow sufficient clearance around the Wine Cabinet and ensure that it is positioned on
a stable and level surface.
SECTION 03
INSTALLATION
Allow a 10 minute minimum interval between transit and connecting the wine cooler to
a power source.
Always maintain sufficient clearance for
ventilation around the wine cooler:-
A
B
It is vital that an 80mm gap is left between the
wine cooler’s rear and any surfaces (A)
B
Allow a minimum of 50mm between the wine
cooler’s sides and any surfaces (B)
Fixed shelf
To change the position of a fixed shelf, first remove all bottles, then remove the
fixed shelf by lifting the guides on the shelf upwards from the walls of the cabinet
and lifting the shelf out.
To reinstall the shelf, slot the guides into the gaps on the walls on both sides and
slide down to fix into position.
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SECTION 03
Sliding shelf
To change the position of a sliding shelf, first remove all bottles, then remove the sliding
shelf by sliding the shelf out of the guides. Remove the guides from the walls of the
cabinet by lifting the front of the guide upwards and sliding the rear part of the guides
forwards.
To reinstall the guides, slide the rear part of the guide into the slot in the far side of the
cabinet wall, then slot the front of the guide down into the slot in the near side of the
cabinet wall. Finally, slide the shelf back into the guides again.
Handle installation
To install the door handle, remove the door seal where the handle is installed. Insert the
screws into the screw holes through the back of the door and position the handle on
the screws from the other side. Using a screw driver, carefully tighten the screws until
the handle is secured on the door. Refit the door seal.
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Temperature settings
Setting the temperature of the dual temperature wine cooler
(image for illustrative purposes only)
SET CHAMBER
RUN
POWER
C F
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F
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LIGHT ON/OFF
RUN
SET CHAMBER
ARROW UP
ARROW DOWN
CHAMBER
ºC/ºF
CHAMBER
C
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C
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POWER
SECTION 03
USE
F
This button (bulb image) switches the cabinet light on/off
This light will illuminate to indicate when the compressor is operating
This display shows the programmed temperature of the cabinet
This button increases the desired temperature setting
This button decreases the desired temperature setting
This display shows the actual temperature inside the cabinet
This button changes the units of temperature between Celsius and
Fahrenheit
This button switches the wine cooler on/off
Filling
The wine cooler is designed to store a maximum number of bottles; it is recommended
that you follow the following tips to ensure optimized loading.
• Spread bottles out as evenly as possible over the shelves to ensure weight is not
concentrated at one point.
• Always make sure bottles are not grouped together at the top or bottom of the
cabinet.
Capacities:
Fixed wooden shelf: 11 x 750ml bottles per shelf
Sliding shelf: 8 x 750ml bottles per shelf
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SECTION 03
CARE
Cleaning
Never use harsh, abrasive or heavy-duty cleaners/solvents on any surface of the
product.
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Unplug the cabinet before cleaning
Remove all contents (including shelves) before cleaning.
Make sure water cannot get into the electrical and electronic units on the
appliance.
Use warm water to wipe and rinse down the outside surfaces.
A baking soda solution (3 tablespoons per 1 Litre of water) may be used to
clean the interior. Be extra thorough when cleaning the inside.
Never apply any oils or grease on the door seal as this would cause the seal to
deteriorate.
Wipe away all excess water and allow to dry.
Replace shelves and contents.
Maintenance
To ensure the best performance and reliability, replace the activated carbon filter
every 6 months. Clean the condenser (metal screen on the back of the cabinet) at
least once per year.
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(When fitted with a BS plug)
This appliance is supplied with a BS1363 3 pin plug fitted with a 13 Amp fuse. Should
the fuse require replacement, it must be replaced with a fuse rated at 13 Amp and
approved to BS1362.
In the event the mains plug has to be removed/replaced for any reason, please
note:
The wires in the mains lead on this appliance are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Green and Yellow Blue Brown -
SECTION 03
PLUG REPLACEMENT
Earth
Neutral
Live
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
As the colours may not correspond with the markings identifying the terminals in your
plug proceed as follows.
• The green and yellow earth wire must be connected to the terminal in the plug
which is marked with the letter E or with the earth symbol
• The blue wire must be connected to the terminal marked N
• The brown wire must be connected to the terminal marked L
Important - any cut off plug should be disposed of safely to prevent hazard. There is
a danger of electric shock if a cut off plug is inserted into a socket outlet.
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SECTION 03
SPECIFICATION
Model
(25-50 Bottle)
(50-80 Bottle)
Climate Class
ST/N
ST/N
Gross Volume
118L
205L
Storage Volume
116L
202L
Frequency
220-240, 50/60Hz
220-240, 50/60Hz
Power Input
85W
110W
Current Input
0.5A
0.7A
Energy Consump (KWh/24h)
0.592
0.783
595x590x840
595x590x1240
Dimensions (mm)
Weight (Kg)
48
60
Refrigerant
R600a (20g)
R600a (35g)
Blowing Gas
Temperature Range
C-Pentane
C-Pentane
5-22°C (41-72°F)
5-22°C (41-72°F)
Climate range
The appliance is designed for use within certain climate ranges (ambient room
temperatures). In order to function correctly it should only be used within the classified
range.
Climate Class
SN
N
ST
T
Ambient Room Temperature
+10°C TO +32°C
+16°C TO +32°C
+18°C TO +38°C
+18°C TO +43°C
The climate range of the appliance is stated on the rating label on the back of the
appliance.
For electrical products sold within the European Community.
This appliance is labelled in accordance with European Directive
2002/96/EC concerning Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with
household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with your
Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice.
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Fired Up Corporation Ltd.
Fired Up Buildings
St Thomas Road
Huddersfield
HD1 3LF
United Kingdom
www.firedupgroup.com
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