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MAGNUM SERIES
OWNER’S MANUAL
Magnum SS9000
Magnum SS12000
QS 031616
Conforms to ANSI/UL Std 427
Certified to CAN/CSA Std C22.2 No. 120
We manufacture, test and certify 100% of our wine cooling units
in the USA. We strive to manufacture the highest-quality cooling
systems in the industry by sourcing the best components and closely
controlling our manufacturing processes. Continuous improvement is
consistently our focus at CellarCool as we make great efforts to have
the highest customer satisfaction rates in the industry.
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time, without notice.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Quick Reference Guide
Unit & Knockout Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Condensation Drain Pan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Controller Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Introduction & Warranty Registration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Receiving & Inspecting the System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Before You Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
WARNING & Unobstructed Air Flow Requirements. . . . . . . . . 9
System Wiring & Connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Mounting the Evaporator Unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Installing the Evaporator Unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Drainage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Liquid Thermostat (Bottle Probe). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Remote Keypad Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Magnum Evaporator Wiring Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Preparing the Condensing Unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Magnum SS9000 Condenser Wiring Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Magnum SS12000 Condenser Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Preparing the Condensing Unit (Continued). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Line Set Piping Diagrams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Installing the Condensing Unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
System Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Controller Functions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Troubleshooting Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Technical Assistance & Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Installation Terms and Conditions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
UNIT & KNOCKOUT LOCATIONS
Line Set Knockout
Options
Power Supply Knockout
Bottle Probe Connection
Display Connection
Return Air
Supply Air
Interchangeable
panels
Drain Port
Line Set Knockout
Options
Display Knockout
Bottle Probe Knockout
Power Supply Knockout
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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
CONDENSATION DRAIN PAN
Check your local Mechanical Code or Regulations - Condensate Wastes & Control Section for install requirements in your area. We
require the use of a secondary drain pan under the cooling system. The drain pan is provided with the purchase of the evaporator
unit. A separate drain line will need to be installed. Please see page 14 for more info.
Square-to-Round
Square-to-Round
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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
°F
°F
Controller Layout
Refer to page 33 for complete listing of buttons and symbols.
°F
Inactive
°F
High Bottle Temp
History
Scroll Button
Cellar Pre-Chill
°F
(Press and hold 3-5 sec)
°F
Low Bottle Temp
History
Scroll Button
View Set Point
Change Set Point
(Press and hold 3-5 sec)
Power On/Off
Compressor is On
Unit is in Pre-Chill Mode
Fans are On
Alarm is Present
Unit is in Anti-Frost Mode
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MAGNUM EVAPORATOR SPECIFICATIONS
Model
Cellar Size (cu. ft.)
Dimensions
SS9000
SS12000
3000
4000
26”L x 30.9”W x 19.8”H; (Ducting Collars Attached: 31”L x 33.5”W x 19.8”H)
BTUh with 90° air entering
the Condenser Coil
9000
12000
1000
CFM
Refrigerant
R-404a
Voltage Rating (20 amp
115V
dedicated circuit required)
Weight (lbs)
96
AMPS (Starting/Running)
4,3
dBA
48 through 50ft of ductwork
Drain Line (id.)
3/4” CPVC
Installation
(14” Flex Duct) Ducted up to 50 duct feet (25ft Supply Duct +25ft Return Duct=50ft)
Thermostat
Built in with remote display
Temp. Delta
55°F max. temperature differential between the cellar and condenser air intake temperature.
Warranty
2-years parts and labor
MAGNUM CONDENSING UNIT SPECIFICATIONS
Model
SS9000 Cond
SS12000 Cond
3000
4000
Condensing Unit: 24”L x 17.5”W x 13.4”H
Exterior Housing: 27”L x 24.75”W x 22”H
Condensing Unit: 24”L x 19.4”W x 16.1”H
Exterior Housing: 27”L x 24.75”W x 22”H
9000
12000
270
840
Cellar Size (cu. ft.)
Dimensions
BTUh with 90° air entering
the Condenser Coil
CFM
Refrigerant
R-404a
Nominal Volts-Hz-Ph
Weight (lbs)
AMPS (Starting/Running)
208/230-60-1
208/230-60-1
67
95
27, 7.3
38, 9.9
dBA
N/A
Installation
Installed outside, inside a protective enclosure
Temp. Delta
55°F max. temperature differential between the cellar and condenser air intake temperature.
Warranty
2-years parts and labor
* Sizing the Unit to the Room
The specification chart will provide information on the units room size cooling capacity. There are circumstances in which a cellar
design may require a larger unit due to some existing design restrictions. There are several factors such as glass, stone, concrete, etc.
which will seem adequate but do not offer the insulation capacity required to maintain the optimum environment. We recommend
purchasing a unit with a larger capacity to compensate for the design limitations. Under sized cooling units can lead to pre-mature
failure and/or prevent the system from reaching the desired set temperature. As a result they are not covered under warranty.
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INTRODUCTION
Customer Service
Thank you for purchasing a CellarCool cooling system. We strive to provide the highest quality products and the
best possible customer service. If you have any questions about your system, please call us at 1-855-235-5271 or visit
cellarcool.com.
Using the Manual
This Owner’s Manual is intended to assist in the proper maintenance of the cooling system. In order to ensure the
longevity of your cooling unit, the equipment should be installed as outlined in this Owner’s Manual. It is also vital to
establish a proper care and maintenance schedule. Please read and review this Owner’s Manual carefully and keep it
for future reference.
What is the CellarCool Cooling System?
The CellarCool cooling system is a specialized refrigeration system designed to maintain the optimal temperature and
humidity levels conducive to the proper storage and aging of fine wines. This system produces minimal in-cellar noise
and has the most lenient exhaust requirements.
How Does the Cooling System Work?
Similar to the air conditioning systems used for homes, the evaporator and condensing units are installed in separate
locations and are connected by a refrigerant line set. The evaporator portion is commonly installed in an attic or
mechanical room, with the condensing unit located either outside or in a remote indoor location that is ventilated. An
exterior housing is required for outdoor condensing unit installations.
Temperature Setting
The CellarCool system can be set at any temperature within the acceptable wine-aging range of 50°F to 70°F.
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
In order to activate the warranty of your system, the Verification and Operational
Documentation must be completed by the certified refrigeration technician
installing your system and submitted via mail, fax or e-mail.
Mail to:
CellarCool
ATTN: Warranty Registration
1738 E. Alpine Avenue
Stockton, CA 95205-2505
USA
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Fax to:
209-466-4606
OR
Scan and e-mail to:
warranty@cellarcool.com
OR
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RECEIVING & INSPECTING THE SYSTEM
Receiving and Inspecting the System
• Lift only at the designated hand hold locations on the shipping container or fully support the unit from
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underneath. A shipment may include one or more boxes containing accessories.
Inspect the packaging for any obvious signs of damage or mishandling before opening the container.
Note any discrepancies or visual damage on the Bill of Lading before signing.
Place the box containing the unit on a tabletop to prepare it for testing prior to installing.
Sit unit upright for 24 hours.
Note: CellarCool units are manufactured in the USA and tested prior to shipment.
Review the Packing Slip to Verify Contents
• Check the model number to ensure it is correct.
• Check that all factory options ordered are listed.
If any items listed on the packing slip do not match your order information,
contact CellarCool Customer Service immediately.
Check the Evaporator Unit (Fan Coil Unit) Box for the Following Contents:
• Magnum Evaporator Unit
• External Drip Pan
Accessory Kit#1:
• (1) Magnum Owner’s Manual
• (1) Split System Warranty Checklist
• (1) 50’ Bottle Probe
• (6) Vibration Isolators
• (1) Float Switch
• (1) Set of Drain Fittings
Accessory Kit#2:
• (1) Remote Keypad
• (1) 50’ Keypad Connection Cable
• (1) Remote Box
• (1) 1/2” Connector Squeeze
• (8) #8-18 x 1 3/4” Slotted Hex Head Screws
Accessory Kit#3:
• (1) 1/4” Sight Glass
• (1) 1/4” Filter Drier
Check the Condenser Box for the following contents:
• Magnum SS9000 Condensing Unit or Magnum SS12000 Condensing Unit depending
on unit ordered.
Please leave the unit in its original box until you are ready for installation. This will allow you to move the product
safely without damaging it. When you are ready to remove the product from the box, refer to the installation
instructions.
TIP: Save your box and all packaging materials. They provide the only safe means of transporting/shipping the unit.
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BEFORE YOU START
1. Inspect the system before installation. If damage is found, please contact your distributor or CellarCool Customer
Service at 1-855-235-5271.
2. The Magnum Evaporator unit requires a dedicated 115V, 15 amp dedicated circuit.
3. The 9000 condensing unit requires a dedicated 230V, 15 amp, single phase dedicated circuit.
Use a surge protector with the unit. Do not use a GFI (Ground Fault Interrupter) line.
4. The 12000 condensing unit requires a dedicated 230V, 20 amp, single phase dedicated circuit.
5. It is REQUIRED to install a drain line to remove condensation from the evaporator unit.
6. The system is intended for use in properly designed and constructed wine cellars. Hire a professional wine
storage consultant with a valid contractor’s license to build your wine cellar.
7. CellarCool requires that all Split Systems be installed by a certified HVAC-R technician only.
8. Warranty is not active until a Warranty Checklist has been received, reviewed, and approved.
If you encounter a problem with your CellarCool system, please refer to the Troubleshooting Guide on page 38. If you
have any further questions, concerns, or need assistance, please contact CellarCool’s Customer Service at 1-855-2355271. Please be sure all testing has been completed prior to contacting Customer Service. Please have your results
ready for your representative.
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WARNING
Be sure to build your wine cellar to be well insulated and to have a well sealed vapor barrier.
The quality of insulation and seal of your build will be a factor in maintaining the ideal
temperature and humidity of your wine cellar, it will also determine how often your unit
will have to run. Failing to properly insulate and seal your wine cellar may reduce the units
capacity to cool the cellar and may reduce the cooling system’s overall life span.
Allowing your system to operate in high ambient temperatures for extended periods of time will
greatly decrease the life of your system and void your warranty. The cooler the temperature of the
air entering the condenser coil, the more cooling capacity the system has. The lower the heat gain
2ft. CLEARANCE
through a common wall, the lower the consumption of electricity.
RADIUS
*Well insulated and sealed wine cellar is required!
Note: If you are unsure about having adequate ventilation in your install location, please
contact us to assess your specific installation at support@cellarcool.com or 1-855-235-5271.
UNOBSTRUCTED AIRFLOW REQUIREMENTS
Note: Below are the minimum clearance distances for the air flow of your cooling
system to be considered unobstructed.
2ft. CLEARANCE
RADIUS
Exterior Wall
2 ft.
2 ft.
2 ft.
Supply Air Register
FRONT VIEW
CLEARANCE
1 ft.
2 ft.
3 ft.
1 ft.
Condensing Unit
TOP VIEW
2ft. CLEARANCE
RADIUS
2 ft.
2 ft.
Return Air Register
FRONT VIEW
2 ft.
3 ft.
Note:CLEARANCE
A filter is required for
the Return Air Register.
2 ft.
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SYSTEM WIRING AND CONNECTIONS
ITEMS TO ROUTE BEFORE INSTALLING THE EVAPORATOR
1. Route the line set from the condensing unit to the desired evaporator installation location (see pages 26-27 for
more line set information).
2. Route the keypad cable from the desired keypad location to the evaporator installation location (see page 17 for
more keypad information).
3. Route the bottle probe cable from the desired thermostat bottle location to the evaporator installation location
(see page 16 for more bottle probe information).
4. Route the drain line from a proper discharge location to the evaporator installation location (see page 14 for more
drain line Information).
5. Route the power cable wiring to the evaporator installation location.
(See page 12 for more power cable wiring info)
ITEMS TO ROUTE
LINE SET
BOTTLE PROBE
KEYPAD CABLE
DRAIN LINE
POWER CABLE
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MOUNTING THE EVAPORATOR UNIT
Minimum Tools Needed:
T-Square
Drill
Saw
Level
5/16” nut driver bit
1/4” nut driver bit
INSTALLING THE EVAPORATOR
CPVC Tube Cutter
1. Locate the desired installation location.
2. Place the external drip tray on a level surface. Place a vibration isolator on each end of three of the drip tray risers,
the vibration isolator needs to be pushed up against the outer lip on the top of the risers. Each vibration isolator
should be spaced about 17.5” apart. Center the evaporator unit on the vibration isolators.
51”
Drip Tray
Vibration Isolator
31” 17.5”
Vibration Isolator
3. Use a stud finder to locate the ceiling joists. The ceiling joists will be the mounting surface for one end of the
galvanized hanging straps (Note: Plumbers tape/hanger strap is not provided). Cut four pieces of galvanized
hanging straps long enough to extend from the ceiling joists to the screws located at the top corners of the
evaporator unit.
4. If using a drill, set drill to 8 lbs. of torque to prevent stripping out the screw holes.
5. Using a 5/16” hex head nut driver, remove (1) screw from the top corner of the evaporator unit and route the
screw through the appropriate hole on the hanger strap. Re-install the removed screw. Secure the free end of the
hanger strap to the ceiling joist to prevent the evaporator unit from moving out of place. Repeat this step for the
remaining three corners.
Ceiling Joist
Plywood
Hanger Strap
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INSTALLING THE EVAPORATOR UNIT
CONNECTING THE EVAPORATOR UNIT
1.
Unscrew and remove the top, rear, and side access
panels.
8.
Pressurize the system to 200 PSIG for 30 minutes to
verity the system is sealed.
9.
Once complete, insulate the suction line using
Armaflex or similar insulation.
Note: If the liquid line is going to sit in an area with
direct sunlight or high ambient temperatures, insulation
on the liquid line is recommended. Each line needs to
be insulated individually. DO NOT insulate the suction
line and liquid line together in a fashion where there is
copper to copper contact. Seal entry hole (knockout)
using expanding foam.
10. Route the power wires into the unit.
11. Install the supplied 1/2” connector, squeeze around
the power wires and into the knockout hole.
2.
Remove the Knockout(s) that you will be using to
route the items on page 10 into the unit (line set
and power cable wiring). See knockout options on
page 2.
3.
Remove the protective caps from the liquid and
suction line connection tubes.
4.
Using 1/4” and 7/8” copper tubing, route the liquid
and suction lines through the knockouts in the
wrapper. Note: a 7/8” to 1/2” copper reducer will be
needed to connect the suction line from the lineset
to the suction line from the evaporator coil.
5.
Place a wet rag around the suction and liquid lines
approximately 4” from the braze joints. This will
prevent excess heat from damaging components.
6.
To prevent the formation of copper oxide, purge
nitrogen through the system.
7.
Braze the copper tubing to the connections on the
evaporator unit.
12. Connect a line voltage wire to the black wire
labeled Line.
13. Connect a neutral wire to the white wire labeled
Neutral.
14. Connect a ground wire to the green wire labeled
Ground.
15. Connect the keypad cable to the circular connector
labeled “Keypad” (see page 17 for more keypad
information).
16. Connect the bottle probe cable to the circular
connector labeled “Bottle Probe” (see page 16 for
more bottle probe information).
17. Set torque setting on drill to 8 lbs and reinstall the
top, rear and side panel using the screws removed.
18. Use foil tape to cover each of the seams.
Bottle Probe
Connection
Keypad
Connection
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NOTES
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DRAINAGE
A secondary drain pan has been included with the purchase of this system, and is required for
installation. Failure to utilize the secondary drain pan as indicated in this manual will void the
warranty and may result in property damage.
Condensation Drain Line
A condensation drain line is required to remove condensation from the unit to a proper discharge location. (The
discharge location cannot be the secondary drain pan. The secondary drain pan has been designed to be a
safeguard, not to collect condensation coming from the unit drain line. Both condensate drain lines should discharge
to different locations, and the secondary drain pan should discharge to an easily accessible/conspicuous location so
the customer can monitor it.)
Drain Line
The Magnum Evaporator Unit accommodates ¾” CPVC Tubing. It is imperative to use primer and glue to ensure there
is a water tight seal between the tubing and all fittings. All joints and connections shall be made in accordance with
the applicable provisions of Chapter 7 of the International Plumbing Code relative to the material type. Condensate
drain line size shall be not less than 3/4-inch (19 mm) internal diameter and shall not decrease in size from the drain
pan connection to the place of condensate disposal.
Such piping shall maintain a minimum horizontal slope in the direction of discharge of not less than one-eighth of
an inch vertical for every twelve inches horizontal (1-percent slope). Condensate shall not discharge into a street,
alley or other areas so as to cause a nuisance.
P-Trap is required
A P-Trap must be connected to the unit to ensure proper drainage of the condensation. Below is a detailed diagram
of the how the P-trap should be constructed. The threaded fitting on the end of the tube will allow for easy cleaning
of the drain port, and must be installed using plumbers tape or equivalent sealant.
TO UNIT
Failure to install a P-Trap will prevent the unit from draining correctly. Not having a P-Trap installed
can cause numerous issues such as:
oThe cooling system shutting off due to the condensation level in the internal drain pan
o The internal drain pan overflowing
o Water damage
o Also, ruining the customer’s wine collection
If the unit does not have a P-Trap installed as specified in this manual, the warranty is null and void.
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DRAINAGE
Internal Float Switch
The evaporator unit comes equipped with a float switch to monitor the level of condensation in the internal drain pan.
If the drain line is obstructed for some reason, and the water level in the drain pan gets too high, the float switch will
stop the unit from operating. In this event the control will send an alarm to the display. (The alarm message displayed
will be BAL, and the unit will not operate until the water in the internal drain pan drops back below the proper level.)
Secondary Drain Pan
The secondary drain pan comes equipped with an installation kit that includes six vibration isolators, one male ¾”
CPVC coupling, and one female ¾” CPVC coupling, and a Float Switch.
The float switch is provided as an option for additional safeguarding purposes. It is highly recommended to wire in the
float switch to kill power to the unit if the condensation level rises too high.
Secondary Drain Line
A P-trap is not needed for the secondary drain pan, however, make sure the correct slope on the drain line is achieved.
Such piping shall maintain a minimum horizontal slope in the direction of discharge of not less than one-eighth of an
inch vertical for every twelve inches horizontal (1-percent slope). Condensate shall not discharge into a street, alley or
other areas so as to cause a nuisance.
All joints and connections shall be made in accordance with the applicable provisions of Chapter 7 of the International
Plumbing Code relative to the material type. Condensate waste and drain line size shall be not less than 3/4-inch
(19 mm) internal diameter and shall not decrease in size from the drain pan connection to the place of condensate
disposal.
WRONG: Drain line is under water.
To prevent mold from growing, allow the
drain line to hang above the water line.
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LIQUID MEASURING THERMOSTAT SYSTEM
The CellarCool Series cooling units come equipped with a liquid temperature measuring thermostat.
This incorporates the following advantages:
Self-Calibrating Bottle Probe
The bottle probe contains a sensor chip, which communicates back and forth with the thermostat. This results in a
consistent temperature setting and accuracy.
1. Wine should be kept at a very precise, controlled temperature and humidity.
2. By measuring the liquid temperature rather than air, the unit will operate 75–80% of the time.
Setting Up The Bottle Probe:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Figure 1
Locate an empty wine bottle.
Fill 3/4 full with room temperature tap water.
Place bottle probe securely into bottle as seen in Figure 1.
Place bottle with probe on a level surface in you wine cellar.
To assure a consistent temperature, place bottle probe approximately 3 feet
away from the air output and not in the flow of the air.
It is recommended that the bottle be placed in a central location of your
wine cellar. Avoid pulling too much on the probe cord. It may become
disconnected resulting in limited functionality of the unit.
Note: The thermostat can be set between 50–67°F.
Remember: The CellarCool unit operates based on the temperature of the water.
Do not be misled by thermostats reading air temperature. The air temperature
in the cellar will be cooler than the liquid temperature of the wine while it is
reaching optimum balanced temperature.
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REMOTE KEYPAD: INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
Note: A 50ft communication cable is included and the keypad can be installed up to 300 feet away from the
evaporator unit. Longer lengths can be ordered by calling 1-855-235-5271 ext. 751.
Route the communication cable from the evaporator unit to the desired keypad location. Remove the wall mount
bracket from the display housing. Using appropriate anchors or fasteners, secure the wall mount bracket to the wall.
If routing the communication cable through a wall, connect the wires to the back of the control panel following
the image below. Connect the red wire to the upper (+) terminal. Connect the black wire to the lower (-) terminal. If
the communication cable is not routed through the wall; remove the plug in the side of the display housing. Route
the cable through the hole and connect to the back of the display as shown below. Reattach the keypad box to the
bracket.
Red Wire
Black Wire
Connection wire in Side Mount configuration
Connection wire in Rear Mount configuration
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MAGNUM EVAPORATOR WIRING DIAGRAM
Gray (V)
5
4
3
2
Float Switch
Purple (U)
- +
6
7
Black
8
Red
Evap.
B Probe
10 9
To Remote
keyboard
1
Gray (V)
Purple (U)
-
(optional)
Hot Key
for programming
+
15 16 17 18 19 20
13 14
White (J)
Black (G)
Ref. Solenoid
Neutral
Line
Def 1
21 22
Evap
Fan
Black (F)
Blue (T)
Use Copper
Conductor Only
1
4 (1)
1
4
(4)
White (N)
Green (O)
White (H)
Black (C)
Green (R)
2
3
H
4
5
1
Blower
Capacitor
Black (D)
Blue
Green (P)
White (M)
Blower
Brown
White (K)
White (I)
1
Ref.
Solenoid
Blue (S)
Black (A) Black (B)
Float Switch
Green (P)
Green (O)
Green (R)
Green (Q)
2
3
4
Blower
Capacitor
5
N
Black (E)
White (L)
Blue
Green (Q)
Blower
Brown
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PREPARING THE CONDENSING UNIT
Electrical Needs
The SS12000 Condensing Unit requires a dedicated 230V single phase, 20 amp circuit.
The SS9000 Condensing Unit comes with a plug for a Tandem 230/208V, 15 amp receptacle.
The unit draws a large inrush current for about 1 second, the instant the compressor starts. With a dedicated circuit and circuit
breaker, the Condensing Unit will have sufficient power for effective operation. (The compressor is controlled by a low-pressure
switch mounted on the Condensing Unit. This feature eliminates the need for wiring between the Evaporator Unit (Fan Coil Unit)
and the Condensing Unit).
• Ensure the voltage supplied matches the rating specified on the unit spec. label.
• Provide a non GFI dedicated circuit and an appropriate outlet for the Evaporator Unit’s (Fan Coil Unit) power cord.
• Provide a dedicated circuit and circuit breaker for the Condensing Unit.
• Provide a weatherproof disconnect for Condensing Units located outside.
As with all sensitive electrical equipment, damage may be caused in the event of power surges and spikes. CellarCool
recommends plugging the unit into a surge protector, or power conditioner, in order to protect your system. As outlined in our
Terms & Conditions, power surges and spikes are not covered under warranty.
WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU DO NOT USE A GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTER (GFI) WITH THIS PRODUCT.
In case the system should lose power, check the home/main circuit breaker. If the system does not respond properly, refer to the
Troubleshooting Guide on page 38.
For the equipment warranty to be valid, CellarCool requires that the installation is performed by a certified HVAC-R technician
(NATE certified technician is recommended) per the specifications outlined in this Owner’s Manual. The technician shall be
required to be equipped with the proper tools of the trade including: R-404a, brazing equipment, dry nitrogen, an accurate
manifold gauge set (digital preferred), plus a 4 valve manifold set for evacuation, digital micron gauge, digital scale, deep vacuum
pump and accurate digital thermometers. Without the proper equipment, a professional job cannot be accomplished. Evidence of
the certified tech’s NATE# or other certification is required.
SS9000 Condensing Unit
SS12000 Condensing Unit
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MAGNUM SS9000 CONDENSER COMPONENTS
Fan Motor
Start Capacitor
Condenser Fan
Motor
High Pressure Switch
Fan Blade
Fan Cycle Switch
Low Pressure Switch
Copper Tube Access
Valve 3/8”
Fan Guard
Compressor
Condensing Unit
Electrical Box
Receiver
Copper Tube Access
Valve 1/4”
Suction Line Service
Valve
Power Cable
Strap Heater
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MAGNUM 9000 CONDENSER COMPONENTS
Compressor
Contactor
Start Capacitor: Gives a boost to the start
winding of the compressor during start up.
Run Capacitor: Assists in the boost to the
start winding of the compressor during start
up.
Compressor Contactor: Cycles power
between the crank case heater and
compressor, as needed. Crank case will be
turned on, and compressor will be turned
off when the low pressure switch is open.
Compressor will be turned on, and crank
case heater will be turned off when the low
pressure switch is closed.
Run
Capacitor
Start
Capacitor
Lever Connector H/L: Houses one fan cycling
switch wire, one low pressure switch wire, and
one high pressure switch wire.
Lever
Connector FC
Lever Connector L1: Houses the hot wire
from the power cord, wire (A) that connects to
the # 8 terminal on the Magnecraft relay, and
one high pressure switch wire.
Lever
Connector H/L
Lever Connector L2
Lever Connector L1
Lever Connector L2: Houses the neutral wires.
Lever Connector FC: Houses the fan hot wire
and one fan cycling switch wire.
“R” Terminal on Compressor
Neutral Power Cord Wire
(Neutral Wire Connected to
Terminal #4 on the Relay-Potential)
Wire “C”
(Neutral Wire Connected to
Terminal #4 on Relay-Potential and
the lever arm connector L2)
Neutral Fan Wire
(Black/White Wire Connected to Terminal
#4 on the Relay-Potential)
(Red Wire Connected to Terminal #4
on the Relay-Potential)
Power to Overload Terminal #3
(Black Wire Connected to Terminal #5
on the Relay-Potential)
Wire “B” Power To Relay-Potential
(Sends Power from Terminal #6 on
the Magnecraft Relay to Terminal #5 on
the Relay-Potential)
Neutral Low Pressure Switch Wire
(Connected to Terminal #1
on the Magnecraft Relay)
Neutral Start Capacitor Wire
(Black Wire Connected to Terminal
#4 on the Relay-Potential)
Power to Start Capacitor
(Black Wire Connected to Terminal
#1 on the Relay-Potential)
“S” Terminal on Compressor
(Yellow Wire Connected to Terminal
#2 on the Relay-Potential)
Power from Run Capacitor
(Black Wire Connected to Terminal #2
on the Relay-Potential)
Power to Crank Case Heater
(Connected to Terminal #7
on the Magnecraft Relay)
Power to Magnecraft Relay
(Sends Power from lever arm
connector L1 to the Terminal #8 on the
Magnecraft Relay)
Wire “B” Power To Relay-Potential
(Sends Power from Terminal #6 on
the Magnecraft Relay to Terminal #5 on
the Relay-Potential)
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MAGNUM SS12000 CONDENSER COMPONENTS
Condenser Fan
Motor
Fan Guard
Fan Motor Start
Capacitor
Compressor
Low Pressure
Control
Condensing Unit
Electrical Box
Compressor Electrical Box
High Pressure Switch
Fan Cycle
Switch
Copper Tube
Access Valve 3/8”
Compressor
Condenser
Coil
King Valve
Suction Line
Service Valve
Receiver
Strap Heater
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MAGNUM 12000 CONDENSER COMPONENTS
COMPRESSOR ELECTRICAL BOX
Power from Run Capacitor
“R” Terminal on Compressor
(Black Wire Connected to
Terminal #2 on the Relay-Potential)
(Red Wire Connected to Terminal #4
on the Relay-Potential)
“S” Terminal on Compressor
(Yellow Wire Connected to Terminal
#2 on the Relay-Potential)
Neutral Start Capacitor Wire
(Black Wire Connected to Terminal
#4 on the Relay-Potential)
Black Wire
(Neutral Wire Connected to
Terminal #4 on Relay-Potential and
the lever arm connector L2)
Neutral Fan Wire
(Black Wire Connected to Terminal
#4 on the Relay-Potential)
Neutral Fan Wire
(White Wire Connected to Terminal
#4 on the Relay-Potential)
Run Capacitor
Power to Start Capacitor
Power to Crank
Case Heater
(Black Wire Connected to Terminal
#1 on the Relay-Potential)
(Wire Labeled “CC”)
Lever Connector L2
Lever Connector H
Lever Connector L1
Start Capacitor: Gives a boost to the start winding of the compressor during start up.
Run Capacitor: Assists in the boost to the start winding of the compressor during start up.
Lever Connector H: Houses one Crankcase heater wire and wire (C) that connects to the # 7 terminal on the Magnecraft relay.
Lever Connector L1: (Field Technician will need to connect L1 to this lever connector.) Also houses wire (E) that connects to the #8 terminal on
the Magnecraft relay, and one high pressure switch wire.
Lever Connector L2: Houses the neutral wires. (Field Technician will need to connect L2 to this lever connector).
CONDENSING UNIT ELECTRICAL BOX
Wire “F” Power To Relay-Potential
Compressor Contactor: Cycles power
between the crank case heater and
compressor, as needed. Crank case
will be turned on, and compressor will
be turned off when the low pressure
switch is open. Compressor will be
turned on, and crank case heater will
be turned off when the low pressure
switch is closed.
Lever Connector F: Houses wire (D)
that connects to the fan and wire (G)
that connects to the fan control.
Lever Connector FC: Houses one low
pressure switch wire, one fan cycling
switch wire, and wire (A) that connects
to the # 8 terminal on the Magnecraft
relay.
Lever Connector H/L: Houses one
high pressure switch wire and one low
pressure switch wire.
(Sends Power from Terminal #6 on
the Magnecraft Relay to Terminal #5 on
the Relay-Potential)
Wire “E” Power to Magnecraft Relay
(Sends Power from lever arm
connector L1 to the Terminal #8 on the
Magnecraft Relay)
Lever Connector F
Compressor
Contactor
Wire “C”
(Sends Power from Lever Arm
Connector H to Terminal #7 on
the Magnecraft Relay)
Wire “A”
(Connected from Lever Arm
Connector FC to Terminal #1
on the Magnecraft Relay)
Lever Connector FC
Wire “H”
(Connected from Lever Arm
Connector L2 to Terminal #0 on
the Magnecraft Relay)
Lever
Connector H/L
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MAGNUM SS9000 CONDENSER WIRING DIAGRAM
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PREPARING THE CONDENSING UNIT (CONTINUED)
Installing the Condensing Unit
The Condensing Unit can be installed inside a well ventilated area of the home, but it is typically installed outside. Exterior
applications will require the use of a protective housing, and the amount of sun exposure should be considered when selecting
the placement of the Condensing Unit. Make sure there is a minimum 3 ft. horizontal clearance in the front and rear of the unit.
Check that proper power is supplied.
Set the Condensing Unit level and with proper clearances in accordance with the instructions. Prepare the unit with the proper
electric disconnect; and fuse protection (connected but not turned on), and with piping connections in place.
Indoor Condensing Unit Installations:
Indoor installations require special consideration, as there must be adequate ventilation to remove the heat created
during normal operations. An exhaust port with fan may need to be installed to ensure that heat is effectively removed
from the utility room. A return grille or provisions for 800 - 1000 cfm of cool air to enter the room to replace the
exhausted air will accomplish this. Unobstructed airflow to and from the unit is a critical factor in the units overall
performance. Make sure there is a minimum 3 ft. horizontal clearance in the front and rear of the Condensing Unit and at
least 1 ft. on each side. This will assure that the unit can move the air around the room in an efficient manner.
Outdoor Condensing Unit Installations:
You must utilize the exterior Condensing Unit housing for outdoor installations. Place the Condensing Unit on a solid
foundation in a location with adequate ventilation. There should be 3 ft. of clearance in the front and rear of the unit and
1 ft. on each side. The unit should be elevated 18” in order to avoid any possible flooding or damage by animals, and
should be clear of leaves, dirt, and other debris.
Fan Cycling Switch:
These switches are used to cycle the condenser fan at low ambient temperature conditions. (The switch will turn the fan off when
the pressure drops below 210 psi and will turn the fan on when the pressure exceeds 275 psi.
Refrigeration Lines:
A 1/4 inch O/D copper liquid line is required.
Suction Line Size Chart
Model
Magnum SS9000
& SS12000
Line Set Length
Vertical Rise
Horizontal Tubing
Vertical Rise
<25ft
<3ft
3-10ft
5/8”
26-50ft
>10ft
<3ft
3-10ft
7/8”
50-100ft
>10ft
<3ft
3-10ft
>10ft
7/8”
5/8”
The refrigerant drier and the sight glass shall be installed (in that order) in the direction of the refrigerant flow in the liquid line
between the Condensing Unit and Evaporator Unit (Fan Coil Unit). Enclose the suction line in a cellular insulation ½” wall thickness
Armaflex (brand name) or equivalent to reduce heat transfer and prevent the suction line from sweating.
High Pressure Switch:
The unit is equipped with a high pressure switch to protect the system in the event of condenser fan failure or other major failure.
the switch will open and kill power to the compressor and condenser fan motor if the pressure exceeds 425 psi. The switch will
reset once the pressure falls back below 300 psi.
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LINE SET PIPING DIAGRAMS
These are 2 options for running
the line set from the coil to the
Condensing Unit. Option 1 is
specifically for when the system is
installed with the Condensing Unit
below or leveled to the fan coil.
Option 2 applies only when the
system is installed with
the Condensing Unit at a
higher elevation than the
fan coil.
Option 1
7/8
LEGEND
LLS
Liquid Line Solenoid
TXV
Thermal Expansion Valve
COMP
REC
Compressor
Receiver
EVAP.
Evaporator
O.D.
Outer Diameter
THICKNESS
Option 2
7/8
5/8
THICKNESS
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INSTALLING THE CONDENSING UNIT
Refrigerant Piping Procedure
When installing/routing the line set, cap both ends of each tube to prevent material or debris from entering the tubing.
Prior to connecting the piping, loosely connect the refrigerant gauges to the service ports of the suction and liquid line service
valves. Purge the charging hoses with dry nitrogen and tighten the hose connections. Remove the service valve caps and turn
the valve stem clockwise (half of a complete turn) in order to unseat the valve and open the service port. The valve comes in a
back seated position from the factory. Keep the piping port sealed until ready to connect to the vacuum pump.
Cleanliness is of the utmost importance. All horizontal suction piping should be pitched toward the Condensing Unit a 1/2” for
every 10’ of pipe. During any brazing procedure, dry nitrogen should be purged through the fitting at a slow rate to prevent
formation of highly abrasive copper oxide. Make sure there are no obstructions to the flow which would cause pressure build up
and the brazed fittings to leak. After leak testing and confirming there are no leaks, insulate suction line with 1/2” wall thickness
Armaflex or equivalent insulation. Seal all seems using Armaflex 520 Foam Insulation Adhesive or equivalent. Wrap each seam
using line set tape.
Liquid Line Piping Procedure
It is required to use a 1/4” OD copper tube liquid line. When making connections keep the ends sealed until ready to fit the tube.
First connect the supplied refrigerant drier closest to the liquid service valve (king valve) on the receiver. Downstream, connect
the moisture indicating sight glass in an easily visible location. Run the tubing to the Evaporator Unit (Fan Coil Unit) location
and fit to the liquid line stub from the Evaporator Unit (Fan Coil Unit). Energize the Evaporator Unit (Fan Coil Unit) and set the
temperature controller to call for cooling. This will activate the liquid line solenoid valve. Uncap the suction pipe to prevent
obstructed nitrogen flow. Open the nitrogen to allow a slow flow and braze the liquid line fitting. Do not shut off the nitrogen
and power until the suction line is brazed.
Suction Piping Procedure
Slide Aramaflex insulation over the tubing for the entire length of the tube and keep the end of the tube sealed during this
procedure. Keep the tubing sealed while running the connection points and fit the suction tube to the Evaporator Unit (Fan
Coil Unit) outlet connection. Install a Schrader Type Access Valve at the outlet of the Evaporator Unit (Fan Coil Unit) to allow for
superheat checking. If there are brazed fittings along the length of the tube, apply the insulation after leak testing.
After All Piping Ran and Ready for the Brazing Process
Energize the Evaporator Unit (Fan Coil Unit) and set the temperature controller to call for cooling. Open the liquid line service
valve and bleed the nitrogen through both the liquid and suction line. Loosen the suction gauge hose to relieve pressure during
the brazing process. Braze the connections and cool them off quickly.
Leak Testing
Using dry nitrogen, pressurize the system to 200 psi. With pressure at 200 psi, check for leaks with a refrigerant leak detector and/
or soap bubbles. Check to see if there is a noticeable pressure drop. If so, locate and fix leak. Confirm the pressure holds at 200
psi for 30 minutes. If not, check again for leaks and repair, then perform another leak test. When it is confirmed that there are no
leaks, release the nitrogen pressure and leave the solenoid valve energized.
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INSTALLING THE CONDENSING UNIT
Evacuation
Connect the evacuation type 4 valve gauge manifold to the high and low-pressure service valve ports on the Condensing Unit
with the valve stems mid-seated as when leak testing. Install service caps on the valves and tighten them. Energize the liquid
line solenoid valve (make sure there is fresh oil in the vacuum pump). Connect a micron gauge directly to the pump, blank off,
and start the pump to verify that it is capable of 200 micron vacuum and the gauge is capable of reading that vacuum. Connect
the micron gauge to the access valve installed in the suction line at the evaporator. Remove the Schrader Valve Depressors
from the gauge hoses to reduce restriction and connect gauges to the suction and liquid line service valve service ports on the
Condensing Unit. Connect the pump to the 3/8” hose on the manifold set. Start the pump and run until the micron gauge reads
200 microns.
When a 200 micron level evacuation is achieved, break the vacuum with R-404a and add enough refrigerant to pressurize the
system with a few psi of positive pressure.
Connecting Power to the SS12000 Condensing Unit
1.
Remove compressor electrical box cover by
removing the 5/16” hex head screws.
2.
Connect ½” dia. conduit with power wires
routed through to the conduit squeeze located
on the compressor electrical box. The incoming
leads must be copper conductors only.
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Connecting Power to the SS12000 Condensing Unit Continued
3.
Terminate the ground wire with a ring
terminal and fasten to the ground screw.
4.
Insert the Line 1 power wire to the the lever
connector labeled L1. Insert the Line 2 power
wire to the lever connector labeled L2.
5.
Re-install Compressor Electrical Box cover.
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INSTALLING THE CONDENSING UNIT
Charging
Remove the vacuum pump and the micron gauge. Install a spare low-pressure gauge to the access valve at the evaporator.
With the power off to the Condensing Unit, place the cylinder of R-404a on a digital scale. Admit liquid refrigerant to the system
through the high-pressure side (liquid line service valve) until about 4 1/2 lbs have been added. Shut off refrigerant flow to
system.
Fill a wine bottle ¾ full with water between 60-75°F. Insert the bottle probe into the neck of the bottle as far as possible. (It is
important the bottle probe stopper is compressed by the neck of the bottle to ensure water will not leak out). Verify that the
bottle probe is properly installed and the set point on the controller is low enough to allow the system to run continuously for 30
minutes or more. Turn on power to the Condensing Unit and the compressor should start if suction pressure is above 20 psi. If the
system pumps down and the compressor shuts off, set the 5 minute time delay relay time to the lowest setting to avoid having to
wait. Add refrigerant as a vapor through the low-pressure side of the system (suction service valve port).
Observe the sight glass when the compressor starts. If bubbles are present, slowly add more refrigerant in vapor form to the low
side. The suction pressure and head pressure should increase as the sight glass clears. Check the superheat during the charging
process. Superheat = suction line temp - evap temp. If the superheat drops to 4-5°F and sight glass still has bubbles, let the unit
run until the wine cellar temperature drops and approaches 55°F. Observe the sight glass. If bubbles are present, add additional
refrigerant in small increments. Let the system stabilize for about 5 minutes and check the sight glass for bubbles before adding
additional refrigerant. Once the sight glass is clear, check the superheat at the outlet of the evaporator (evaporator superheat
should be between 8-12°F). If superheat is not between 8-12°F, make an adjustment to the expansion valve. Depending on the
temperature, the high side should be approximately 300-330 psig, and the low side should be 78-82 psig or more to keep the
evaporator from icing.
Measure Superheat
If superheat is high and bubbles are present, add more refrigerant until it is clear. If superheat is low (around 4-6°F) and bubbles
are present in the sight glass, check for liquid refrigerant entering the compressor as evidenced by cool crankcase below 100110°F and low discharge superheat. Adjust TXV setting in small increments to increase superheat and stop liquid from going to
the compressor. Check this before adding more refrigerant. If the temperature of the air entering the condenser is cold enough to
cause the condenser fan to cycle, block about 60% of the coil to raise the head pressure and allow time for stabilization. Reduce
blockage if the condensing temp is above 115°F Fahrenheit. Retain blockage if necessary to maintain stability for performance
test listed in the Split System Warranty Checklist. If the air is cold, below 60°F entering the condenser and the sight glass is clear;
allow the system to run for a while until the cellar cools off, then measure and record data on the Split System Warranty Checklist.
Confirm the controller is displaying the correct temperature and that the controller is not displaying an alarm. If the controller
is displaying an alarm, reference page 34 for corrective action. Confirm that the suction line is completely insulated, from TXV
to compressor. Confirm that the sight glass has no bubbles and the ambient temperature around the Condensing Unit is not
getting excessively hotter. Confirm that both king valves have been back seated and the nuts have been installed back on the
king service ports.
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SYSTEM OPERATION
Initial Start-Up
When power is applied to the unit, the control will briefly
display all symbols, and the Snowflake symbol will be displayed
(if unit is calling for cooling). There may be a brief (up to 60
sec.) delay prior to the evaporator fan turning on. When the
evaporator fan is activated the Fan symbol will display.
APST (Advance Product Safety Technology) is a temperature
control feature for the evaporator fan that comes standard with
all CellarCool units. APST ensures that in the possible event of
a cooling deficiency, the heat from the indoor fan will not raise
the temperature of the wine cellar, which could otherwise have
an adverse effect on the wine-aging process.
Set Point
The set point is set from the factory (CellarCool) at 55F°. It can
be adjusted by the customer between 45–67F° in one degree
increments.
Humidity Features
The FON function is an adjustable feature which allows the
customer the convenience of reintroducing some of the
humidity removed by the fan coil during the cooling process.
The FON Function controls the evaporator fan operation
once the set point has been reached. When the bottle probe
has reached the set point (all units are shipped with the set
point of 55°F and a differential of 1°), the compressor and the
condenser fan will turn off, but the indoor fan will continue
to run for about 5 minutes to re-introduce any moisture from
the evaporator coil. All units come with this feature turned
off. If low humidity is a problem an increase in this setting
will raise the humidity level. The FON function is one of the
many Customer Preference Selection features that allow the
customer the ability to fine-tune the controls.
The Fon parameter can be increased to allow the evaporator
and condenser fans to run for a longer period of time after
the compressor turns off, allowing more moisture to be reintroduced into the wine cellar.
Anti-Short Cycle
The Anti-Short Cycle ensures that the unit will remain off for a
period of five minutes after the unit has reached the set point
to allow the pressure in the refrigeration system to equalize
prior to starting the compressor.
Low Ambient Conditions
If the condensing unit is installed outdoors (which allows the
condenser to be exposed to low ambient temperatures), the
condenser fan may cycle on and off. The purpose of the fan
cycling is to maintain the system high side pressure, which
will ensure an adequate refrigeration process. The fan cycling
process is accomplished by way of a adjustable pressure
control or fan cycling switch attached to the condensing unit.
Bottle Probe Failure Protection
In the event that a bottle probe should fail, the APST (Advance
Product Safety Technology) will automatically transition the
refrigeration compressor cycles to a pre-determined time
series (based on detailed laboratory testing), which will ensure
that the product is kept within the safe range.
Display
The bottle probe temperature is displayed by default. “Def”
is displayed during Anti-Frost. The air sensing probe and
evaporator probe temperatures can be accessed by pushing
the SET button and scrolling through “PB1” (bottle probe), and
“PB2” (evaporator probe).
Safety Features
Once the cellar has reached the proper Set temperature,
the compressor goes into its pump down cycle. When the
compressor turns off the delay on break timer prevents the
compressor from short cycling.
In the event of a faulty bottle probe, the compressor will cycle
off for 10 minutes and on for 40 minutes. “E1” will be displayed
on the screen.
Alarms
See “Alarm Codes” in Controller Function chart.
Remote Control Panel (standard)
The remote keypad is designed to give the user the ability to
monitor and change cellar conditions when the evaporating
unit is placed in a remote location outside of the cellar.
Anti-Frost Cycle (defrost)
The system will go through an Anti-Frost cycle every 4 hours.
This will shut down the compressor and allow the evaporator
and condenser fans to run to evaporate any frost accumulation
on the coil. The compressor will remain off until the evaporator
coil reaches 40F°, or for a maximum of ten minutes. The unit
will then return to normal operation.
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CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS
High Temp / Pre-Chill
Inactive
Low Temp
Display
Set Point
ON / OFF
TEMPERATURE
Button
Normal Functions
ON/OFF • The ON/OFF button allows the customer the convenience of turning the refrigeration
system ON or OFF from the control panel. This feature does not disconnect power from
the unit. In order for the power to be shut off from the unit, the power cord must be
unplugged from the wall receptacle.
• Press the ON/OFF button once for button application.
Up and Down • Use these buttons to scroll up or down the CPSM (Customer Preference Selection Mode)
Arrows
menu.
• Displays the highest and lowest temperature sensed by the bottle probe. This feature
allows the customer instant access to the recorded data applicable to the bottle probe
Temperatures. It can be easily reset to reflect current temperatures.
1. Press the “UP” arrow, or the “DOWN” arrow once, and the highest or lowest temperature (Hi/
Lo) sensed by the bottle probe will be displayed.
2. To reset the Hi/Lo, press and hold the “Set” button when the Hi/Lo value is displayed on the
Digital Display, continue to hold the “Set” button until “rst” appears on the digital display
and then blinks. This will erase the past-recorded “Temperature Data History” and start
recording from the current time and temperature forward. Temperatures displayed would
reflect bottle probe temperatures from that point in time and beyond.
3. The Hi/Lo feature should be reset at initial “Start-Up” and after the cellar has obtained
normal operating temperatures, which is generally 55°F.
Cellar PreChill (CPC) The CPC feature is activated by pressing the “UP” arrow for 3-5 seconds, and the CPC logo will
be displayed on the digital display. The CPC feature can be terminated by pressing the
“UP” arrow for 3-5 seconds, or the feature will self terminate after 6 hrs.
1. The CPC feature may be used to Pre-Chill the cellar prior to loading it with warm product.
The feature will shift the Set Point down to a lower setting of 52°F for the next 6 hours.
After the 6 hour time period the set point will automatically return to the original
Set Point.
2. The CPC feature can be conveniently adjusted to the customer’s specific needs by
accessing the “Customer Preference Select Mode” (CPSM). See Customer Preference Select
Mode Instructions.
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Set 1. Press the “Set” button once and it will display the set point. After approximately 5 seconds,
the display will return to normal operation and display the bottle probe temperature.
2. Press the “Set” button once and it will display the set point. Press the “UP” and “DOWN”
arrows to change the set point. Press the “Set” button again and the numbers will blink,
confirming the change in set point.
3. Press and hold the “Set” button during the display of the Hi/Low “Temperature Data
History” (hold button unit “rst” blinks on display), and it will erase the past recorded data
file and start recording from the current time and temperature.
4. Press the “Set” and the “DOWN” buttons simultaneously, for 3-5 seconds, and you will
access the “Customer Preference Selection Mode” (CPSM). The CPSM allows the customer
to fine-tune the Control Operating System to their applicable choice.
Alarm The Alarm symbol is shown when the unit encounters an issue that needs attention.
The displayed alarm codes are explained below.
Alarm Codes
Message
Cause
Solution
Bottle probe is unplugged
Attach bottle probe to unit
Faulty bottle probe connection
1. Check bottle probe attachment at circular connector.
2. Check bottle probe connection at green terminal block on the
controller
Defective bottle probe
Replace the bottle probe
Faulty evaporator probe
connection
Check evaporator probe connection at green terminal block on the
controller
Defective evaporator probe
Replace the evaporator probe
“HA”
Defective bottle probe
Replace the bottle probe
“LA”
The bottle probe is sensing a
temperature of 4° below the
set point
Allow the room to warm up. This will increase the temperature of the
wine
Defective bottle probe
Replace the bottle probe
“POF”
The keypad is locked
Hold “UP” and “DOWN” arrows for 3 to 5 seconds to disable, “PON”
should appear
“BAL”
Unit is not draining properly
1. Check to see if the drain tube is clogged.
2. Check to see if the float is working correctly.
“P1”
“P2”
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CPSM Mode Press the “Set” and the “DOWN” buttons simultaneously, for 3-5 seconds and you will access
the “Customer Preference Selection Mode” (CPSM). The CPSM allows the customer to “Fine
Tune” the Control Operating System to their applicable choice.
The following CPSM options are available for adjustment:
Fon – Humidity Management Enhancement: This parameter is normally set at 0, which
should provide adequate relative humidity for the cellar.
• An increase in this parameter will increase the Humidity Enhancement (%RH), and a
decrease in the parameter will decrease Humidity Enhancement (%RH).
• Adjustments should be made in increments of 5, with a maximum of 15, and a minimum
of 0.
• After any adjustment to Humidity Enhancement, you should wait a minimum of three
days before making any additional adjustments. This will allow the cellar sufficient time
to acclimate to the new setting.
Fof - Humidity Management Enhancement: This parameter is normally set at 15. This
parameter should not be adjusted, as it simply provides an OFF cycle time for the fan
during the compressor OFF cycle. However, the parameter is located within the CPSM as a
convenience to the customer, should it need to be adjusted. CCT - Cellar Pre-Chill Duration:
This parameter is set to 6 hours, but can be changed between 0-23.5 hours.
Con/Cof – Compressor On time (Con) and Off time (Cof ) with a Probe 1 failure/Alarm. These
parameters are set at Con 40 min/Cof 10 min. In the event that there is a Probe 1 failure/
Alarm, the compressor/refrigeration system automatically starts a predetermined ON/OFF
cycle, which is controlled by the Con and the Cof parameters. The customer can adjust these
parameters to maintain the desired bottle temperature.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Monthly
1. Check for debris surrounding condensing unit(i.e. leaves, branches, trash ect.).
Remove all obstructions.
2. Check for unusual noise or vibration.
3. Check the drain line to see if it is above the waterline if draining into a vessel.
Quarterly 1. Use a vacuum with brush attachment to clean the evaporator coil. Be careful not to
crush coil fins when cleaning.
2. Ensure the condensing unit is free of debris and dust.
3. Have a certified HVAC Technician service the condensing unit/clean the condenser coil.
4. Check condensate pan for sludge build up and dirty filter in the pump’s reservoir. A
condensate drain pan treatment is highly recommended to prevent scale and sludge
build up.
Annually
1. Inspect for corrosion.
2. Check wiring connections and integrity of cords.
3. Pour a 50/50 bleach solution into the drain line every spring.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Unit has ice forming on the evaporator
Possible Cause
Solution
There is something blocking the supply and or return air.
Remove blockage.
The evaporator fan is not turning on.
Call a service tech to troubleshoot.
The evaporator unit has not gone through its anti-frost
Check for ice in the depth of the coil. Melt with blow drier until
sequence yet.
coil is warm to the touch. Soak up water with a towel.
Observe ice formation pattern. If only part way up the coil face,
If evaporator unit continues to ice.
Unit does not run/power up
Possible Cause
the system could be low on refrigerant. If all the way up, the coil
may be dirty or airflow is blocked.
Solution
Evaporator unit is not plugged in.
Make sure the unit is plugged into an outlet.
Power switch not on.
Turn unit on by pressing the power button on the control.
Line voltage is incorrect rating for the system.
Check line voltage to make sure there is 110v/120v.
Bottle at set point.
Lower set point.
Thermostat not calling for cooling.
Lower set point.
Faulty thermostat or wiring.
Call Customer Service at 1-855-235-5271
Cellar temperature is too warm
Possible Cause
Solution
The temperature of the room condensing unit is exhausting
Intake temperature needs to drop below 85°.
and has exceeded 110°F
The system is undersized for the cellar.
Order correct size system.
Remove air flow obstruction.
There is something blocking the supply and/or return air
on evaporator or condenser side of the unit.
Compressor is not turning on.
Please contact the installing technician to troubleshoot.
Compressor keeps cycling on overload.
Make sure condenser fan is working and no airflow obstruction.
Poor seal around door or other areas requiring a seal
(around the unit, wall joints, etc.).
Make sure there are no air gaps around the door. If door seal is
damaged, replace it.
Controller set too high.
Lower the set point.
Evaporator coil is frosted or iced up.
Observe ice formation pattern. If only part way up the coil face,
evaporator unit could be low on refrigerant. If so, contact your
installing technician to assist with troubleshooting.
System runs constantly
Possible Cause
Solution
Fix leaky door seal and insulate cellar.
Leaky door seal or poorly insulated cellar.
Unit leaks water
Possible Cause
Solution
Evaporator unit should be level in ceiling to prevent
Evaporator unit is not level.
leaking.
Drain line clogged or kinked.
Check drain line to make sure water can flow freely.
Drain is clogged preventing water form escaping.
Disconnect drain and clear out, check drain for blockage.
Drain line does not have a downward slope.
Fix drain line so there is a downward slope from the unit to the drain.
Coil is iced causing drain pan ice and water overflowing.
Melt ice with blow drier. Soak up with a towel.
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Unit runs but does not cool
Possible Cause
Solution
Make sure fan is unobstructed; evaporator coil, and
Lack of air flow.
condenser coil are clean and free of debris.
System undersized.
Call Customer Service at 1-855-235-5271
Compressor is overheating.
Shut system off for 1 hour to allow compressor to cool. Turn
back on and check for cooler airflow out. If compressor
runs, check for and clean condenser coil as possible cause
of compressor overheating. If problem repeats, contact
your installing technician to assist with troubleshooting.
Lack of refrigerant in the system.
Check the sight glass, located on the liquid line, for
bubbles. If bubbles are visible the system may be low
on refrigerant. Contact your service technician for more
information.
Evaporator fan runs but compressor does not
Possible Cause
Solution
Running an anti-frost cycle.
1) If the system is maintaining the correct cellar
temperature and there is a dripping snowflake symbol
illuminated on the control, the system is going through
an anti-frost cycle. No action Required. 2) If the system is
not maintaining the correct cellar temperature, this may
be caused by a dirty evaporator coil. 3) Call installing
technician to troubleshoot, as the system may be low on
charge or an adjustment to the TXV.
Compressor and/or starting components faulty.
Please contact the installing technician to troubleshoot.
System may be performing the WHM function.
Allow cooling system to revert back to cooling mode.
Compressor may have overheated.
Shut system off for 1 hour to allow compressor to cool. Turn
back on and check for cooler airflow out. If compressor
runs, check for and clean condenser coil as possible cause
of compressor overheating. If problem repeats, contact
your installing technician to assist with troubleshooting.
Compressor runs but evaporator fan does not
Possible Cause
Solution
Faulty fan motor.
Please contact the installing technician to troubleshoot.
Faulty controller.
Please contact the installing technician to troubleshoot.
Compressor short cycles
Possible Cause
Solution
Evaporator blows on bottle probe.
Move bottle probe to a more central location.
System low on refrigerant charge.
Please contact the installing technician to troubleshoot.
Condensing fan motor/capacitor faulty.
Please contact the installing technician to troubleshoot.
Compressor and/or starting components faulty.
Please contact the installing technician to troubleshoot.
Humidity in cellar too low
Possible Cause
Solution
Install something that makes humidity like a water fountain
Not enough moisture.
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TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
CellarCool Customer Service is available Monday through Friday from 6:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.
The appointed customer service representative will be able to assist you with your questions and warranty information
more effectively if you provide them with the following:
• The model and serial number of your CellarCool systems.
• Location of unit and installation details, such as ventilation, ducting, construction of your wine cellar, and
room size. Photos of the cellar and installation location may be needed.
Contact CellarCool Customer Service
1738 E. Alpine Ave
Stockton, CA 95205
www.cellarcool.com
E-mail: support@cellarcool.com
Phone: 1-855-235-5271
US Toll Free: 1-855-235-5271
Fax: 209-466-4606
ACCESSORIES FOR COOLING UNITS
CellarCool offers accessories to enhance and customize your wine-cooling unit.
Exterior Housing
Protects the condensing unit from the weather elements when the unit is located outside.
Accessories can be purchased at www.cellarcool.com
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Magnum Series
Product Warranty Information
CellarCool Product Terms and Conditions
Including Product Limited Warranty And Product Installation Requirements
For CellarCool Ultimate Series
ATTENTION: PLEASE READ THESE TERMS OF USE CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLING YOUR CELLARCOOL COOLING
SYSTEM. INSTALLING YOUR CELLARCOOL COOLING SYSTEM INDICATES THAT YOU ACCEPT AND AGREE TO EACH OF
THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS SET FORTH HEREIN (“TERMS OF USE”). IF YOU DO NOT ACCEPT THESE TERMS OF USE,
YOU RISK VOIDING YOUR WARRANTY AND ASSUMING ADDITIONAL REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT COSTS.
1. Purchase of a CellarCool Cooling System assumes that the Purchaser (“End User”) fully accepts and agrees
to the Terms and Conditions set forth in this document. The Terms and Conditions of Sale and Owner’s Manual
are shipped with each unit and, if another copy is needed, replacement copies can be downloaded from the
company website (cellarcool.com) or by contacting CellarCool directly for a new copy. CellarCool reserves the
right, in its sole discretion, to change its Terms and Conditions at any time, for any reason, without notice.
2. CellarCool Product Limited Warranty:
A. Two (2) Year Limited Warranty. For the period of TWO (2) YEARS (the “Limited Warranty Period”) from the date of
original sale of a Product by CellarCool, if a CellarCool Product is found to be defective in material or workmanship
after undergoing CellarCool’s customer service troubleshooting, then, subject to the CellarCool Product Limited
Warranty Limitations and Exclusions as well as the other Terms and Conditions stated herein, CellarCool will do the
following, as appropriate, for the end user (“End User”) who has installed and is actually using the Product, with
regard to LABOR, PARTS and FREIGHT:
1. LABOR - repair or replace (at CellarCool’s sole option) the Product. If CellarCool determines that Product is
to be REPLACED, there will be no labor reimbursement. If CellarCool chooses to REPAIR the Product, CellarCool
will consider possibility of maximum reimbursement of $350.00 in labor for REPAIRING Product on site and
supplying all parts at no charge. Invoice for service must be forwarded to CellarCool for assessment and
processing.
2. PARTS – supply, at no charge, new or rebuilt replacement parts for the Product in exchange for the return of
defective parts. CellarCool, at its option, will assess possibility to replace unit that is at the original site with a
warranty replacement unit OR consider possibility of supplying all parts at no charge.
3. FREIGHT – cover normal ground freight charges for parts, and, in the event the Product is not repairable
in the field, CellarCool, at its option, will pay freight charges to return original Product to CellarCool for
evaluation. End User is responsible for freight charges of replacement Product being shipped to End User.
B. Five (5) Year Compressor Limited Warranty. CellarCool Product’s compressor only will be covered for five (5) years
from date of purchase. Labor and freight of compressor is the End Users responsibility.
C. Product Warranty Limitations and Exclusions:
1. This limited warranty does not cover cosmetic damage caused during installation, damage due to acts
of God, commercial use, accident, misuse, abuse, negligence, or modification to any part of the Product.
Delivery and installation of the Product, any additional parts required, as well as removal of the Product if
warranty work is required, are all at the sole cost, risk and obligation of the End User.
2. This limited warranty does not cover damage due to improper installation or operation or lack of proper
maintenance of the Product, connection of the Product to improper voltage supply, or attempted repair of
the Product by anyone other than a technician approved by CellarCool to service the Product.
3. This limited warranty does not cover any Product sold “AS IS” or “WITH ALL FAULTS.”
4. Product that has been replaced during warranty period does not extend the warranty period past the
original date of purchase.
5. This limited warranty is valid only in the continental United States. Sales elsewhere are excluded from this
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6. Proof of purchase of the Product in the form of a bill of sale, receipted invoice or serial number, which is
evidence that the Product is within the Limited Warranty Period, must be presented by the End User to
CellarCool in order to obtain limited warranty service.
7. This limited warranty is void if the factory applied serial number has been altered or removed from the
Product.
8. This limited warranty is voided if installed in an enclosure of insufficient design that does not follow the
Product installation requirements stated herein and in the owner’s manual.
9. Removing the rivets from the Product’s unit housing without prior authorization from CellarCool voids this
limited warranty.
10. The End User must first contact CellarCool Customer Service by telephone at 1-855-235-5271 prior to
attempting service on any Product still under the limited warranty; else the limited warranty is voided.
11. This limited warranty does not cover Product being concealed by, but not limited to, vegetation, fabric,
shelving, mud, snow, or dirt. Product must not be painted or limited warranty will be void.
12. This limited warranty does not cover exposure to corroding environments such as, but not limited to,
petroleum and gasoline products, cleaning solvents, caustic pool chemicals, and marine air.
13. This limited warranty does not cover any cause not relating to Product defect.
14. THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE PRODUCT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS THE
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF YOU, THE END USER, AS WELL AS ANYONE ELSE IN THE CHAIN OF TITLE OF THE
PRODUCT, DOES NOT START A NEW LIMITED WARRANTY TIME PERIOD, AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES (EXPRESS OR IMPLIED) WITH REGARD TO THE PRODUCT. IN NO EVENT SHALL CellarCool BE
LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL OR CONTINGENT DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT. THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. Some states do not
allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or allow limitations on how
long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This limited
warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights, which vary from state to state.
15. Failure of the End User to comply with all of the Product Installation Requirements, Maintenance
Requirements and End User Requirements may, at CellarCool’s sole discretion, void this limited warranty.
16. No one has any authority to add to or vary the limited warranty on this Product.
3. Product Installation Requirements:
A. Prior to installing a CellarCool Product, the End User must read the CellarCool Owner’s Manual and thereafter
the End User must follow the required installation, use and maintenance procedures set forth by CellarCool in
CellarCool’s Owner’s Manual. The Owner’s Manual is shipped with each Product and if another copy is needed,
replacement copies can be downloaded from CellarCool’s website (www.cellarcool.com) or by contacting
CellarCool directly for a new copy of the Owner’s Manual.
B. It is highly recommended that the End User obtain the assistance of a wine storage professional.
C. Failing to address all of the variables associated with proper installation will cause the Product to operate
incorrectly and limit both the Product’s ability to cool and the longevity of the Product itself.
D.The End User is responsible for all risks and costs of installation of the Product, including but not limited to
all labor costs as well as cost of any additional parts required for the proper and complete installation of the
Product. The End User is responsible for all risks and costs of removing the Product if limited warranty work is
required.
E. The Product cannot operate at its optimum capacity if airflow is constricted by ducting or venting the exhaust
side of the Product into a location with inadequate ventilation.
4. Maintenance Requirements
It is the End User’s responsibility to clean off any accumulated dust, lint, or other debris from the front and rear
intake grills; failure to do this on a regular basis will restrict the airflow and may affect the Product’s ability to
function properly. Periodically cleaning the Product’s vents will help assure maximum cooling efficiency. The drain
tube must also be checked and kept clean and free of debris and mold to maintain proper performance.
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Mold is a natural living organism in the environment. It exists in the air in the form of microscopic spores that move
in and out of buildings through doors, windows, vents, HVAC systems and anywhere else that air enters. Once it is
discovered, mold must be addressed quickly and appropriately. Delayed or improper treatment of mold issues can
result in costly and reoccurring repairs. If the End User suspects a mold problem, it is always best to hire a qualified
and experienced mold remediation specialist.
5. Additional End User Costs And Responsibilities
The following items are not covered under any warranty and are the sole responsibility of the End User:
A. End Users should satisfy themselves that the Product they are purchasing is suitable for their particular needs
and requirements, and thus no responsibility will be placed with CellarCool for the End User’s decisions in this
regard.
B. It is the End User’s responsibility to secure safe haven/storage for ANY AND ALL items that are being kept and
stored in the End User’s wine cellar, including any Product. CellarCool takes no responsibility for the safety and
preservation of the aforementioned items in the event that the environment becomes unsuitable to maintain a
proper storage environment.
C.End User is responsible for initial installation costs, including, but not limited to, labor costs and the cost of any
additional parts necessary to complete the installation.
D.End User is responsible for all costs incurred for the installation and/or removal of the Product, or any part
thereof, unless such cost has been agreed by CellarCool to be a warranty repair prior to the work being
performed.
6. Sales and Use Tax
CellarCool only collects California and Washington sales tax for orders shipped within the States of California and
Washington; CellarCool does not collect sales tax for orders shipped to other states. However, the Purchaser and
the End User may be liable to the taxing authority in their state for sales tax and/or use tax on the Product. The
Purchaser and the End User should each check with their state’s taxing authority for sales and use tax regulations.
7. Customer Service and Troubleshooting
CellarCool’s customer service department is available to answer any questions or inquiries for End Users regarding
a CellarCool Product, as well as to assist in performing basic troubleshooting, Monday through Friday, from 6:30
a.m. to 4:00 p.m. PST, at telephone number 1-855-235-5271. CellarCool Corporation is located at 1738 East Alpine
Avenue, Stockton, California 95205.
8. Miscellaneous Terms and Conditions
A.Return Policy. All return inquiries must be made within thirty (30) calendar days of the original purchase of a
Product and are subject to a twenty five percent (25%) restocking fee. Shipping costs are not refundable and the
Purchaser is responsible for all return shipping costs (including customs fees and duties, if applicable).
B. Security Interest. CellarCool retains a security interest in each Product until payment in full.
C.Construction and Severability. Every provision of these Terms and Conditions shall be construed, to the extent
possible, so as to be valid and enforceable. If any provision of these Terms and Conditions is held by a court of
competent jurisdiction to be invalid, illegal or otherwise unenforceable, such provision will, to the extent so held,
be deemed severed from the contract of sale between Purchaser and CellarCool, and all of the other non-severed
provisions will remain in full force and effect.
D.Governing Law/Choice of Forum. The laws of the State of California (without regard for conflicts of law) shall
govern the construction and enforcement of the these Terms and Conditions of Sale (Sections 1 through 9
inclusive, including Product Limited Warranty And Product Installation Requirements), and further these Terms
and Conditions of Sale shall be interpreted as though drafted jointly by CellarCool and Purchaser. Any dispute
will be resolved by the courts in and for the County of San Joaquin, State of California, and all parties, CellarCool,
Purchaser and End User, hereby irrevocably submit to the personal jurisdiction of such courts for that purpose.
No waiver by CellarCool of any breach or default of the contract of sale (including these Terms and Conditions of
Sale) concerning a Product will be deemed to be a waiver of any preceding or subsequent breach or default.
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E. Correction of Errors and Inaccuracies. These Terms and Conditions may contain typographical errors or other
errors or inaccuracies. CellarCool reserves the right to correct any errors, inaccuracies or omissions, and to
change or update these Terms and Conditions, at any time without prior notice.
9. Questions, Additional Information And Technical Assistance
A.Questions. If you have any questions regarding these Terms and Conditions or wish to obtain additional
information, contact us via phone at 1-855-235-5271 or please send a letter via U.S. Mail to:
Customer Service
CellarCool Corporation
1738 E Alpine Ave
Stockton, CA 95205
Email: support@cellarcool.com
Web: www.cellarcool.com
B. Technical Assistance. CellarCool Customer Service is available Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 4:00
p.m. PST. The Customer Service representative will be able to assist you with your questions and warranty
information more effectively if you provide them with the following:
1. The model and serial number of your CellarCool UNIT.
2. The location of the system and installation details, such as ventilation, construction of your wine cellar,
and room size.
Model ______________________________________ Serial Number __________________________
Installed by __________________________________________ Date __________________________
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1738 E. Alpine Ave
Stockton, CA 95205
1-855-235-5271
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