Viking Use/Installation Guide
Viking Use/Installation Guide
Undercounter/Freestanding Wine Cellars
IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW
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Before beginning, please read these instructions completely and carefully.
Do not remove permanently affixed labels, warnings, or plates from the product. This may void the warranty.
Please observe all local and national codes and ordinances.
Please ensure that this product is properly grounded.
The installer should leave these instructions with the consumer who should retain for local inspector’s use and for future reference.
A GFI shall be used if required by NFPA-70 (National Electric Code), federal/state/local laws, or local
ordinances.
• The required use of a GFI is normally related to the location of a receptacle with respect to any
significant sources of water or moisture.
• Viking Range Corporation will NOT warranty any problems resulting from GFI outlets which are not
installed properly or do not meet the requirements below.
If
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the use of a GFI is required, it should be:
Of the receptacle type (breaker type or portable type NOT recommended)
Used with permanent wiring only (temporary or portable wiring NOT recommended)
On a dedicated circuit (no other receptacles, switches or loads in the circuit)
Connected to a standard breaker of appropriate size (GFI breaker of the same size NOT recommended)
Rated for Class A (5 mA +/- 1 mA trip current) as per UL 943 standard)
In good condition and free from any loose-fitting gaskets (if applicable in outdoor situations)
Protected from moisture (water, steam, high humidity) as much as reasonably possible
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury when using your unit, follow these basic precautions:
• Read all instructions before using the unit.
• Never allow children to operate, play with, or crawl inside the unit.
• Never clean unit parts with flammable fluids. The fumes can create a fire hazard or explosion.
• Always turn the power on/off switch (located behind the air grille on top right side) to the OFF position before attempting to change
light bulbs, clean, or service the unit.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER
APPLIANCE. THE FUMES CAN CREATE A FIRE HAZARD OR EXPLOSION.
It
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is your responsibility to be sure your wine cellar is:
located so the front is not blocked to restrict incoming or discharge air flow.
properly leveled.
located in a well ventilated area.
connected to the proper kind of outlet, with the correct electric supply and grounding. A 115V, 60 Hz, 15 amp fused electrical
supply is required. NOTE: Time delay fuse or circuit breaker is recommended.
• not used by anyone unable to operate it properly.
• used only for its intended purpose.
• properly maintained.
•SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS•
PROPER DISPOSAL (OF OLD REFRIGERATION UNIT)
DANGER
RISK OF CHILD ENTRAPMENT
Before You Throw Away Your Old Refrigeration Unit:
• Take off the doors.
• Leave the shelves in place so that children may not easily
climb inside.
IMPORTANT: Child entrapment and suffocation are not problems of the past.
Junked or abandoned refrigeration units are still dangerous... even if they will sit for
“just a few days.”
IMPORTANT:
Now that you have a new wine cellar, it is extremely important that you dispose of your
old appliance in a way that minimizes the possibility that children will find it. There
have been many cases in years past of children crawling inside junked and abandoned
refrigeration units and becoming trapped or suffocated.
Contact your municipal waste disposal authority to find out the best and safest way to
dispose of your old refrigeration unit.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Unpack
1. Remove banding from bottom of carton. Lift carton up and off of the wine cellar
2. Remove all tape and packaging material from the outside and inside of the cabinet.
3. Keep all carton packaging until your wine cellar has been thoroughly inspected and found to be in good condition.
AREA REQUIREMENTS
1. Place unit so the front side will be completely unobstructed to provide proper air flow. The unit may be closed in
on the top and three sides, but the front MUST BE unobstructed for air circulation and proper operation.
Installation should be such that the cabinet can be moved for servicing if necessary.
2. Unit should be in a well ventilated area with temperature above 55°F (13°C) and below 110°F (43°C). Best results
are obtained at temperatures between 65°F (18°C) and 80°F (27°C) for built-in models and 65°F (18°C) and 90°F
(32°C) for freestanding models.
3. Provisions for electricity should be determined before placing unit in proper place.
Units Certified for Outdoor Use - outdoor models contain a T after the base model number (ex. VUWC144T) and
have a stainless steel outer cabinet.
1. Place unit so the front side will be completely unobstructed to provide proper air flow. The unit may be closed in
on the top and three sides, but the front MUST BE unobstructed for air circulation and proper operation.
Installation should be such that the cabinet can be moved for servicing if necessary.
2. Unit should be in a well ventilated area with temperature above 40°F (4.4°C) and below 110°F (43°C). Best results
are obtained at temperatures between 60°F (16°C) and 100°F (38°C).
3. Provisions for electricity should be determined before placing unit in proper place.
UNDERCOUNTER CABINET CUTOUT
24” W. Models
15” W. Models
A
B
C
15” (38.1 cm)*
24” (61.0 cm)*
Min. 34-1/2” (87.6 cm) Min. 34-1/2” (87.6 cm)
Max. 35-1/8” (89.2 cm) Max. 35-1/8” (89.2 cm)
24” (61.0 cm)
24” (61.0 cm)
*Add 1/4” (.64 cm) to cutout width if door is recessed between cabinets.
A
B
C
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SPECIFICATIONS/DIMENSIONS
PROFESSIONAL - 15”W. Models
Basic Electric Data
•115 VAC/60 Hz
•Maximum amps - 3.0
Approximate Shipping Weight - 110 lbs. (49.5 kg)
Dimensions
VUWC 15”W.
14
(37-3/4
.5 ”
cm
)
34
(87-1/4
.0 ”
mi cm)
n.
to
3
(88 5”
.9
cm
m
(w ax )
ith
.
l
30
(78-3/4
.1 ”
cm
)
e
leg veli
s f ng
ex ull
ten y
de
d)
6”
1
/
)
1-3 cm
2 3.8
5
(
/8”)
5
3 cm
2 .0
0
(6
/8”)
1
6 cm
2 .4
66
(
Door Swing
VUWC 15”W.
14-3/4”
(37.5 cm)
21-3/16”
(53.8 cm)
23-5/8”
(60.0 cm)
2-1/2”
(6.4 cm)
26-1/8”
(66.4 cm)
37-3/16”
90.0°
(94.5 cm)
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SPECIFICATIONS/DIMENSIONS
DESIGNER - 15”W. Models
Basic Electric Data
•115 VAC/60 Hz
•Maximum amps - 3.0
Approximate Shipping Weight - 110 lbs. (49.5 kg)
Dimensions
DUWC 15”W.
14
(37-3/4
.5 ”
c
Door Swing
DUWC 15”W.
14-3/4”
(37.5 cm)
m)
34
(87-1/4
.0 ”
30
21-3/16”
mi cm)
n.
to
(78-3/4
.1 ”
c
(53.8 cm)
35
”
.
m)
(88
23-5/8”
9
ma cm)
ith x.
l
(60.0 cm)
(w
e
leg veli
n
s
ex full g
ten y
de
d)
2-1/2”
26-1/8”
(6.4 cm)
(66.4 cm)
”
16)
/
3
1- cm
2 3.8
(5
/8”)
5
23 .0 cm
(60 /8”
-1 )
26 .4 cm
37-3/16”
90.0°
(94.5cm)
(66
Dimensions
DFUW 15”W.
14
-3
(37
.5
Door Swing
DFUW 15”W.
/4”
14-3/4”
(37.5 cm)
cm
)
34
(87-1/4
.0 ”
30
21-3/16”
(53.8 cm)
mi cm)
n.
to
(78-3/4
.1 ”
cm
)
35
”
.
23-7/16”
(88
(59.5 cm)
9
m cm
(w ax )
ith
.
l
to front of
locally supplied
custom panel
e
leg veli
s f ng
ex ull
ten y
de
d)
”
/16)
3
1 cm
2 3.8
(5
”
16)
/
7
239.5 ctmof d
37-3/16”
90.0°
(5 fron plie
(to y supanel)
all p
loc stom
cu
5
(94.5cm)
SPECIFICATIONS/DIMENSIONS
PROFESSIONAL - 24” W. Models
Basic Electric Data
• 115 VAC/60 Hz
• Maximum amps - 3.3
• Approximate Shipping Weight
Single Zone - 140 lbs. (63.2 kg)
Dual Zone - 170 lbs. (76.5 kg)
Dimensions VUWC 24”W. - Single Zone
Dimensions VUWC 24”W. - Dual Zone
23
23
(60-7/8
.6 ”
cm
)
(60-7/8
.6 ”
cm
)
34
30
30
(87-1/4
.0 ”
mi cm)
n
to .
3
(88 5”
.9
c
(w max m)
ith
le .
(78-3/4
.1 ”
cm
)
(8634”
.4
mi cm)
n
34 to .
(88-3/4
.3 ”
c
(w max m)
ith
le .
(78-3/4
.1 ”
cm
)
leg vel
i
ex s ful ng
ten ly
de
d)
leg vel
i
ex s ful ng
ten ly
de
d)
/2”)
1
1 cm
”
22 cm)
2 .6
.9
(55
(54
8”
-3/cm)
4
2
.9
(61
8”
-7/cm)
3
2
.7
(60
/8”
/8”)
3
6 cm
6-7 cm)
2 .3
2 .0
(67
(68
Door Swing VUWC 24”W. - Single Zone
Door Swing VUWC 24”W. - Dual Zone
23-7/8”
23-7/8”
(60.6 cm)
(60.6 cm)
22”
21-1/2”
(55.9 cm)
(54.6 cm)
24-3/8”
23-7/8”
(61.9 cm)
(60.7 cm)
26-7/8”
26-3/8”
2-1/2”
(68.3 cm)
90.0°
2-1/2”
(67.0 cm)
(6.4 cm)
47-1/4”
(6.4 cm)
90.0°
(120.0 cm)
46-1/2”
(118.1 cm)
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SPECIFICATIONS/DIMENSIONS
DESIGNER - 24” W. Models
Basic Electric Data
• 115 VAC/60 Hz
• Maximum amps - 3.3
• Approximate Shipping Weight
Single Zone - 140 lbs. (63.2 kg)
Dual Zone - 170 lbs. (76.5 kg)
Dimensions DUWC 24”W. - Single Zone
23
(60-7/8
.6 ”
cm
)
34
(87-1/4
.0 ”
30
(78-3/4
.1 ”
mi cm)
n
to .
3
(88 5”
.9
c
(w max m)
ith
le .
cm
)
leg vel
i
ex s ful ng
ten ly
de
d)
”
22 cm)
.9
(55
/8”)
3
4 cm
2 .9
(61
/8”)
7
6 cm
2 .3
(68
Door Swing DUWC 24”W. - Single Zone
Door Swing DFUW 24”W. - Single Zone
23-7/8”
23-7/8”
(60.6 cm)
(60.6 cm)
22”
22”
(55.9 cm)
(55.9 cm)
24-3/16”
24-3/8”
(61.4 cm)
(61.9 cm)
to front of
locally supplied
custom panel
2-1/2”
26-7/8”
(6.4 cm)
(68.3 cm)
47-1/4”
90.0°
47-1/4”
(120.0 cm)
(120.0 cm)
90.0°
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SPECIFICATIONS/DIMENSIONS
DESIGNER - 24” W. Models
Basic Electric Data
• 115 VAC/60 Hz
• Maximum amps - 3.3
• Approximate Shipping Weight
Single Zone - 140 lbs. (63.2 kg)
Dual Zone - 170 lbs. (76.5 kg)
Dimensions DFUW 24”W. - Dual Zone
23
(60-7/8
.6 ”
cm
)
30
(8634”
.4
mi cm)
n
34 to .
(88-3/4
.3 ”
c
(w max m)
ith
le .
(78-3/4
.1 ”
cm
)
leg vel
i
ex s ful ng
ten ly
de
d)
/2”)
1
21.6 cm
(54
/8”)
7
23 cm
.7
(60
Door Swing DFUW 24”W. - Dual Zone
23-7/8”
(60.6 cm)
21-1/2”
(54.6 cm)
23-11/16”
(60.2 cm)
to front of
locally supplied
custom panel
46-1/2”
(118.1 cm)
90.0°
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CUSTOM WOOD FRAME INSTALLATION (DFUW Model)
NOTE: Weight of wood panel must not exceed 20 lbs.
Wood Screws
1. A #10 pan head wood screw should be used to properly secure the
2. Only use pan head screws.
3. DO NOT select a screw that is longer than the wood thickness at
the screw locations.
4. Use recommended pilot holes for the frame material. (See chart)
wood panel. A total of 8 screws will be needed.
Working Material
Hardwood
Softwood
Wood Screw Size #10
3/32 (0.24 cm)
5/64 (0.20 cm)
Assembling Door Hinge Brackets
(Disregard if hinge brackets are already attached)
1. Attach the top and bottom door hinge brackets to the door with the #10-32 machine screws and a 1/8” allen head
driver as shown in Figure 1 below.
2. Press in the shoulder bushings to the top and bottom door hinge brackets. Make certain that the shoulder is to the
outside of the door as shown in Figure 1 below.
3. Test fit the door to the unit to make certain door will hang correctly. The door is hung correctly when the top of the
door is parallel to the top of the unit. Adjustments can be made by loosening the door hinge machine screws and
moving the door hinge brackets on the door.
4. Tighten all four (4) machine screws after adjustments have been made.
5. Remove the door from the unit by removing the units top hinge set screw and angling the door off of the bottom
hinge pin.
FIGURE 1
FIGURE 2
Typical Top and Bottom Door
Hinge Bracket Assembly
This surface parallel to the unit.
(Right hinge door shown.)
#10-32
Machine
Screw
Door
Hinge
Bracket
Shoulder Bushing
Door Hinge
Screw Holes
Door Front
Surface
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Selecting and Preparing the Wood Frame - 15”W. DFUW Model
FOR 3-1/2” TOE KICK
(COVERS THE ENTIRE DOOR EXTRUSION - LEFT HINGE)
1/4” x 3/8” deep hinge screw clearance hole. Locate and drill using
door hinge hole after the door has been aligned to the unit and when
the wood is positioned on door.
3-7/32”
(8.1cm)
Min. 5/8” (1.7 cm)
Max. 3/4” (1.9 cm)
Mounting Surface
(non-face) side
14-5/16”
(36.4 cm)
7-5/32”
(18.2 cm)
15/32”
(1.2 cm)
23/32”
(1.8 cm)
TYP
15/32”
13/16”
(2.1 cm)
counterbore 7/16”
(1.1 cm) deep
(1.2 cm)
Diameter
Hole
15-5/32”
(38.5 cm)
TYP
7-13/16”
(19.8 cm)
TYP
1-23/32” (4.4 cm)
min. width to cover
door extrusion
TOP
OF
DOOR
23/32”
(1.8 cm)
TYP
30-5/16”
(77.0 cm)
TYP
22-1/2”
(57.2 cm)
TYP
F
EW O
K VI ANEL
C
A
B
P
RLAY
OVE
Pre-drilled pilot holes 8 places
Mounting Surface
(non-face) side
Mounting Surface
(non-face) side
1/4” x 3/8” deep hinge screw clearance hole. Locate and drill using
door hinge hole after the door has been aligned to the unit and when
the wood is positioned on door.
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Selecting and Preparing the Wood Frame - 15”W. DFUW Model
FOR 3-1/2” TOE KICK
(COVERS THE ENTIRE DOOR EXTRUSION - RIGHT HINGE)
1/4” x 3/8” deep hinge screw clearance hole. Locate and drill
using door hinge hole after the door has been aligned to the
unit and when the wood is positioned on door.
3-7/32”
Min. 5/8” (1.7 cm)
Max. 3/4” (1.9 cm)
(8.1cm)
15/32”
(1.2 cm)
15/32”
(1.2 cm)
Mounting Surface
(non-face) side
14-5/16”
(36.4 cm)
7-5/32”
(18.2 cm)
Diameter
Hole
23/32”
(1.8 cm)
TYP
13/16”
(2.1 cm)
counterbore
7/16” (1.1 cm)
deep
15-5/32”
(38.5 cm)
TYP
7-13/16”
(19.8 cm)
TYP
1-23/32” (4.4 cm)
min. width to cover
door extrusion
TOP
OF
DOOR
23/32”
(1.8 cm)
TYP
30-5/16”
(77.0 cm)
TYP
22-1/2”
(57.2 cm)
TYP
F
VIEW O
BACK
NEL
A
P
Y
A
OVERL
Pre-drilled pilot holes 8 places
Mounting Surface
(non-face) side
Mounting Surface
(non-face) side
1/4” x 3/8” deep hinge screw clearance hole. Locate and
drill using door hinge hole after the door has been aligned
to the unit and when the wood is positioned on door.
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Selecting and Preparing the Wood Frame - 24”W. DFUW Model
FOR 3-1/2” TOE KICK
(COVERS THE ENTIRE DOOR EXTRUSION - LEFT HINGE)
1/4” x 3/8” deep hinge screw clearance hole. Locate and drill
using door hinge hole after the door has been aligned to the
unit and when the wood is positioned on door.
3-7/32”
(8.1cm)
Min. 5/8” (1.7 cm)
Max. 3/4” (1.9 cm)
Mounting Surface
(non-face) side
23-7/16” (59.5 cm)
15-5/8” (39.7 cm) TYP
7-13/16” (19.8 cm)
15/32” (1.2 cm)
Diameter Hole
15/32”
(1.2 cm)
23/32”
(1.8 cm)
TYP
1-23/32” (4.4 cm)
min. width to cover
door extrusion
TOP
OF
DOOR
30-5/16”
(77.0 cm)
13/16”
(2.1 cm)
counterbore
7/16” (1.1 cm)
deep
23/32”
(1.8 cm)
TYP
15-5/32”
(38.5 cm)
TYP
7-13/16”
(19.8 cm)
TYP
22-1/2”
(57.2 cm)
TYP
OF
VIEW
K
C
L
A
B
PANE
Y
A
L
OVER
Pre-drilled pilot holes 10 places
Mounting Surface
(non-face) side
Mounting Surface
(non-face) side
1/4” x 3/8” deep hinge screw clearance hole. Locate and
drill using door hinge hole after the door has been aligned
to the unit and when the wood is positioned on door.
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Selecting and Preparing the Wood Frame - 24”W. DFUW Model
FOR 3-1/2” TOE KICK
(COVERS THE ENTIRE DOOR EXTRUSION - RIGHT HINGE)
1/4” x 3/8” deep hinge screw clearance hole. Locate and drill
using door hinge hole after the door has been aligned to the
unit and when the wood is positioned on door.
3-7/32”
Min. 5/8” (1.7 cm)
Max. 3/4” (1.9 cm)
(8.1cm)
Mounting Surface
(non-face) side
23-7/16” (59.5 cm)
15/32”
(1.2 cm)
15-5/8” (39.7 cm) TYP
15/32”
(1.2 cm)
7-13/16” (19.8 cm)
Diameter Hole
13/16” (2.1 cm)
15-5/32”
(38.5 cm)
TYP
23/32”
(1.8 cm)
TYP
counterbore
7/16” (1.1 cm)
deep
7-13/16”
(19.8 cm)
TYP
1-23/32” (4.4 cm)
min. width to cover
door extrusion
TOP
OF
DOOR
30-5/16”
(77.0 cm)
23/32”
(1.8 cm)
TYP
22-1/2”
(57.2 cm)
TYP
F
IEW O
V
K
C
EL
BA
Y PAN
A
L
R
E
OV
Pre-drilled pilot holes 10 places
Mounting Surface
(non-face) side
Mounting Surface
(non-face) side
1/4” x 3/8” deep hinge screw clearance hole. Locate and
drill using door hinge hole after the door has been aligned
to the unit and when the wood is positioned on door.
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Attaching the Handle
Attach the handle of your choice by drilling mounting holes through panel. Countersink or counterbore holes from
backside of panel for handle screw heads to be flush.
Attaching the Wood Frame to the Door - DFUW Model
1. If the door is attached to the unit, remove by unscrewing the top Allen head set screw at the top hinge. Remove the door by
angling the door off of the bottom hinge pin.
2. Install the supplied lock body into the wood panel. Secure the lock body by using the supplied 15mm lock retaining nut. Screw
the retaining nut onto the lock body’s threaded section. Make sure the lock’s key slot is vertical, then tighten the nut with a
15mm deep well socket.
3. Peel back the door gasket to expose the screw holes and lock location hole.
4. Set the wood frame flush to the front of the door in the desired location. Clamp the wood frame to the door if necessary.
Check to make sure the back of the lock in the wood frame lines up with the hole in the door.
5. Insert the wood screws through the back of the door into the pilot holes in the wood frame and tighten.
6. Assemble the door lock’s Phillips head screw, lock extension, and lock cam. Mount them to the back of the lock body. The cam
should be oriented vertically. Tighten the Phillips head screw to secure the lock assembly.
7. Reinstall the door gasket by pressing into the door channel. Make certain the corners are inserted fully. Insert the key into the
lock and make sure lock operates properly.
8. Install the door to the unit. Use the supplied plastic washer as shown in the figure below.
9. Realigning the door may be necessary. Any final door adjustments can be made using a 1/8” Allen head driver to adjust the
door’s hinges. (See figure below.)
10. Attach the door to the unit by reversing step number 1 above.
11. Insert the key into the lock and verify that the lock cam works properly with the catch bracket on the cabinet front.
(2) NYLON
HARDWARE
COMPONENTS
AT TOP HINGE
CABINET HINGE
MAGNETIC
DOOR GASKET
5/8” X 7/32 ID
WASHER
Ø 3/8” CLEARANCE
HOLES FOR FRAME
WOOD SCREWS 10 HOLES
SHOULDER
BUSHING
DOOR HINGE
WOOD FRAME
REAR OF DOOR
TOP HINGE COVER
CAUTION
Door can become disengaged if washers are not installed.
WOOD FRAME
DOOR HINGE
DOOR HINGE
ADJUSTMENT SCREWS
SHOULDER
BUSHING
3/4” OD X 7/16”
ID WASHER
3/4” OD X 1/4”
ID WASHER
BOTTOM HINGE COVER
(3) NYLON HARDWARE
COMPONENTS AT
BOTTOM HINGE
ATTACHED WOOD
FRAME
CAUTION
Door may not swing properly if all nylon components are not
installed as shown.
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1/8” ALLEN HEAD SCREWS
FOR HINGE ADJUSTMENT
BOTTOM
OF DOOR
Lock Installation Details
Lock Body
Lock Cam
Phillips Screw
KEY
Lock Extension
oor
ss D
Gla
P
od
Wo
l
ane
Door Gasket
Lock Retainer Nut
LEG LEVELER INSTALLATION
Read Before Installing Leg Levelers
WARNING
Do not lay unit on top, side, back, or front. If unit is accidentally laid in
any position other than right side up, then the unit must remain in the
upright position for at least 24 hours before plugging the unit in.
1. Four leveling legs are pre-installed in the base of the unit at the factory.
2. The unit should be leveled from front to back and side to side. If floor
conditions do not allow the unit to sit level, adjust the leg levelers by turning
the required leg leveler counter-clockwise to increase the height and clockwise
to reduce the height.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Failure to follow these instructions could result in fire or electrical shock.
Electrical Requirements
A 115 volt, 60 Hz, AC only 15 amp fused electrical supply is required. (A time
delay fuse or circuit breaker is recommended.) It is recommended that a
separate circuit, serving only this appliance, be provided.
•ELECTRICAL GROUND IS REQUIRED ON THIS APPLIANCE.
•DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES REMOVE THE POWER SUPPLY
CORD GROUND PLUG.
•DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD.
Grounding type
wall receptacle
Power Supply
with 3-prong
grounding plug
Recommended Grounding Methods
For your personal safety, this refrigeration product must be grounded. This appliance is equipped with a 5’ power
supply cord having a 3-prong grounding plug. To minimize possible shock hazard, the cord must be plugged into a
mating 3-prong grounding type wall receptacle grounded in accordance with the National Electrical Code and local
codes and ordinances. If the circuit does not have a grounding type receptacle, it is the responsibility and obligation of
the customer to exchange the existing receptacle in accordance with the National Electrical Code and applicable local
codes and ordinances. The third ground plug SHOULD NOT, under any circumstances, be cut or removed. All UL listed
refrigerated products are equipped with this type of plug.
FINAL PREPARATION
1. Some stainless steel parts may have a plastic protective wrap which must be peeled off. The interior of the wine
cellar should be washed thoroughly with hot, soapy water, rinsed and wiped dry to remove film residue and any
installation dust or debris before being used. Solutions stronger than soap and water are rarely needed.
2. All stainless steel parts should be wiped with hot soapy water. If buildup occurs, do not use steel wool, abrasive
cloths, cleaners, or powders. If it is necessary to scrape stainless steel to remove encrusted materials, soak with hot,
wet cloths to loosen the material, then use a wood or nylon scraper. Do not use a metal knife, spatula, or any other
metal tool to scrape stainless steel; scratches are almost impossible to remove.
LIGHT ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT - 15” W. Models
DANGER
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Failure to to disconnect the power cord when changing the light tube,
could result in fire or electrical shock.
NOTE: Please contact your local Viking Range
Corporation parts distributor or dealer to order a
new light assembly.
Green
ground wire
Light
assembly
Hex head
screw
Hex head
To replace the light, first disconnect the unit’s power
screw
cord. Next, remove both the green ground wire
Plug
screw located on the left of the light assembly and
the other screw located on the right of the light assembly with a 5-16” hex head screwdriver. (See drawing). Unplug
the light unit and remove complete light assembly.
To install the new light assembly, screw in the green ground wire screw and the screw located on the right with a 5/16”
hex head screwdriver and plug the light unit in.
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LIGHT TUBE REPLACEMENT - 24” W. Single Zone Models
DANGER
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Failure to to disconnect the power cord when changing the light tube,
could result in fire or electrical shock.
NOTE: Please contact your Viking Range Corporation parts distributor or dealer to order new light tubes. Use only
approved replacement light tubes from your dealer or manufacturer.
This product uses two 6-watt light tubes to illuminate the interior
of the wine cellar. The light tubes are very reliable electrical
components, but should either or both light tubes not function
properly, please call your local dealer for replacement light tubes.
To replace the light tube:
•Use a small Phillips head screwdriver to remove the two screws
holding the cover plate over the back section of the light tube.
Set the screws and cover plate aside for re-assembly later.
•Using a small flat-blade screwdriver, gently lever the front section
Light tube
of the light tube down to allow it to be pulled clear of the light
Connectors
housing. Disconnect the two insulated electrical connectors from
the cabinet's electrical cable and discard the old light tube.
Cover plate
•Reconnect the insulated electrical connector of the new light tube
to the cabinet's electrical cable connectors. Make sure they are
Screws
secure and fully inserted.
•Carefully realign the light tube's electrical terminals back into the rear of the light enclosure channel making sure not
to crimp them. Gently insert the light tube along the length of the light enclosure channel. Press the light tube gently
into the light enclosure channel. Only a small part of the light tube should project below the ceiling of the unit. DO
NOT USE A HAMMER TO FIT THE LIGHT TUBE.
•Place the light tube terminal cover plate back in its original position on the light enclosure's flange. Re-use the original
two screws to secure the cover in place. Plug the unit into the electrical socket. Check to see if the light tubes operate
properly.
LIGHT TUBE REPLACEMENT - 24” W. Dual Zone Models
DANGER
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Failure to to disconnect the power cord when changing the light tube,
could result in fire or electrical shock.
NOTE: Please contact your Viking Range Corporation parts distributor or dealer to order new light tubes. Use only
approved replacement light tubes from your dealer or manufacturer.
This product uses two light tubes to illuminate the interior of the wine cellar. There is one light tube located behind the
control housing in the the upper compartment and one light tube attached to the underside of the cabinet divider in
the lower compartment.
Use replacement instructions and drawing from the 15”W. Models for this Dual Zone product.
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SETTING THE CONTROLS - SINGLE ZONE
The temperature of the wine cellar ranges from 40ºF (4ºC) to 65°F (18ºC).
TruProtect™ “Basic” Function “Quick” Reference
Solid Door Single Zone Models:
TruProtect System
55 ˚F
ON
OFF
WARMER
F/C
SET
COLDER
HIGH/LOW TEMP - Red
ALARMS OFF - Steady Amber
PRESS ON/OFF - Reset
PRESS AND HOLD
Function
POWER FAILURE - Flashing Amber
Function Access
Turn Unit On & Off
Pressing and holding the
Adjust Temperature Set-Point
To adjust temperature set-point, touch
Use the
WARMER
or
COLDER
ON
OFF
key for 5-seconds will turn the unit “ON” or “OFF”.
SET
keypad and current set-point will be displayed.
keypads to adjust set-point temperature.
Display “Actual” Temperature Display represents “real-time” monitoring of the compartments stored wine and/or
contents. Some temperature fluctuation around your desired set-point is normal.
Select ºF or ºC Display
Pressing the
˚̊F/C
keypad will toggle the display between Fahrenheit and Centigrade
temperature display.
Black-Out Mode
Display automatically shuts off when door is closed.
Display Lighting
Display Lighting can be enabled with the door closed by pressing the
Sabbath Mode
Press and hold the
TruProtect™ System
System monitoring is automatically enabled unless system has been disabled. (See
below.)
Door Ajar Alarm
N/A
High/Low Temp Alarm
Note: Alarm may occur when changing set-points in excess of 10ºF, and/or high usage,
this is normal.
Power Failure Alarm
Note: Alarm will occur upon initial installation, since unit was run at factory to verify
quality, this is normal.
Reset Alarms
Close door to reset Door Ajar alarm. Press
Disable/Enable TruProtect™
Press and hold the
System.
SET
SET
keypad while pressing the
ON
OFF
˚̊F/C
LIGHT
keypad.
keypad four (4) times.
keypad to reset all other alarms.
keypad for 5-seconds to “disable” or “enable” TruProtect™
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Glass Door Single Zone Models:
TruProtect System
55 ˚F
ON
OFF
WARMER
˚̊F/C
COLDER
LIGHT
SET
POWER FAILURE - Flashing Amber
HIGH/LOW TEMP - Red
ALARMS OFF - Steady Amber
PRESS ON/OFF - Reset
PRESS AND HOLD
Control Confirmation/Comment
Display will be blank 38 ˚F when refrigeration sytem is off. Lights will still function, but will time-out 15 minutes after
each activation, if door is left open or display lighting is on, to prevent overheating.
“Set” will appear in display 55 ˚F when in set-point mode. “SET” mode will automatically time-out in 10 seconds if no
keypad activity occurs, or you may exit “SET” mode by pressing the
SET
keypad a second time.
Temperature variation in “compartment air”, above and below set-point, is a normal effect of refrigeration system
cycling on and off. Stored items will not experience the full temperature swing of the compartment air due to the
dampening effect of their thermal mass.
55 ˚F
=
13 ˚C
In addition, the control panel is hidden when door is closed.
Option available on Glass Door Models only.
Display will flash SA to confirm your selection, then unit will enter Sabbath Mode. The display, audible alarms, LED
and lights will be disabled. Sabbath Mode will automatically time-out in 36 hours, or can be exited by repeating the
enable keypad routine.
LED displays steady green
when TruProtect™ is enabled.
Audible alarm will sound 3-times every 30-seconds, LED will flash green.
Alarm will sound 6-times every minute and LED will flash red
outside acceptable limits.
LED will flash amber
if product temperature excursions occur for a duration
whenever power is interrupted to unit. No audible signal.
Note that although pressing the
exists.
LED displays steady green
ON
OFF
keypad will reset the alarms, the alarm will resume if the “alarm condition” still
when alarms enabled. LED displays steady amber
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when disabled.
SETTING THE CONTROLS - DUAL ZONE
The temperature of the wine cellar ranges from 40ºF (4ºC) to 65°F (18ºC).
TruProtect™ “Basic” Function “Quick” Reference
Solid Door Dual Zone Models:
64
42
F
F
ON
Hi/Low Temp Upper
Hi/Low Temp Lower
Function Access
Function
ON
OFF
Turn Unit On & Off
Pressing and holding the
Adjust Temperature Set-Point
To adjust temperature set-point, press the
key. When a compartment is in “SET”
mode, a “SET” icon will be displayed. Pressing either the
or
keys located
on the display pad will raise or lower the set temperature by one (1) °F or °C (depending
key for 5-seconds will turn the unit “ON” or “OFF”.
SET
WARMER
COLDER
on your setting).
Display “Actual” Temperature
Display represents “real-time” temperature of each compartment’s stored wine and/or
contents. Some minor temperature fluctuation around your desired set-point is normal.
Select °F or °C Display
Pressing the ˚ key will toggle the display between Fahrenheit and Centigrade
temperature display.
Black-Out Mode
Display automatically shuts off when the door is closed.
Display Lighting
Display lighting can be enabled with the door closed by pressing the
Sabbath Mode
Press and hold the
TruProtect™ System
System monitoring is automatically enabled unless system has been shut off (see below).
Door Ajar Alarm
N/A
High/Low Temp Alarm
NOTE: This alarm may occur when changing set-points in excess of 10 °F, and/or high
usage, this is normal.
Power Failure Alarm
NOTE: This alarm may occur upon initial installation since the unit was run at the factory
to verify quality, this is normal.
Reset Alarms
Close door to reset “DOOR AJAR” Alarm. Press the
Disable/Enable TruProtect™
Press and hold the
System.
F/C
SET
SET
key while pressing the
˚F/C
LIGHT
key.
key four (4) times in seven (7) seconds.
ON
OFF
key to reset all other alarms.
key for five (5) seconds to enable or disable the TruProtect™
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Glass Door Dual Zone Models:
64
F
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42
F
ON
Hi/Low Temp Upper
Hi/Low Temp Lower
Control Confirmation/Comment
Display will be blank when the refrigeration system is off. Lights will still function, but will time-out in 15 minutes after
each activation if door is left open or display lighting is on, to prevent overheating.
“SET” mode will automatically time-out in ten (10) seconds and default to actual content temperature if no keypad
activity occurs, or you may exit “SET” mode by pressing the
key until “SET” icon disappears.
SET
Temperature variation in “compartment” air, above and below set-point, is a normal effect of the refrigeration system
cycling on and off. Stored items will not experience the full temperature swing of the compartment air due to the
dampening effect of their thermal mass.
55
F
=
13
C
In addition, the control panel is hidden when the door is closed.
Display lighting stays on continuously.
The display will flash SA to confirm your selection, then the unit will enter Sabbath Mode. The display, audible alarms,
message center and lights will be disabled. Sabbath Mode will automatically time-out in 72 hours, or can be exited by
repeating the enabling process.
TruProtect™ System message center displays a green “ON” when TruProtect™ is enabled and an amber “OFF” when
TruProtect™ is disabled.
An audible alarm will sound 3 times every 30 seconds and the message center will display an amber “DOOR AJAR”.
An audible alarm will sound 6 times every minute and the message center will display a red “HI/LOW TEMP UPPER” or
a red “HI/LOW TEMP LOWER” if product temperature excursions occur for a duration outside acceptable limits.
The message center will display an amber “POWER FAILURE” whenever power is interrupted to the unit. There is no
audible alarm with a power failure.
Although pressing the
ON
OFF
key resets the alarms, the alarm will resume if the “alarm condition” still exists.
The message center displays a green “ON” when the alarms are enabled.
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LOADING RECOMMENDATIONS - 15” W. Models
Each of the six roll-out racks hold four bottles. The necks of the bottles alternate front to
back. To aid in loading/unloading, the racks extend up to 14 inches (35.6 cm) to allow
easier access to the rear bottles. Bottom racks may be removed for storing “jug’” wines.
Magnums and other large bottles may be stored by removing the rack directly above the
intended storage rack. To remove a rack, first unlock the rack by pushing the lock
backward. The lock is located on the bottom front of each rack. After reinserting the rack,
push the lock forward to lock the rack back into place.
Bottles on the top rack directly under the light will be exposed to slightly higher
temperature when the light is on. Store red wines on the upper racks where the
temperature is higher and white wines on the middle or lower racks where the
temperature is lower. REMEMBER TO TURN OFF THE LIGHT WHEN IT IS NO LONGER
NEEDED.
Roll-out Racks
Store wines intended for everyday use on the front half of the racks where labels are
completely visible and place wines for aging or long term storage in the rear half of the
rack. Pull wine racks out gently to minimize the unsettling of your wine collection.
Avoid pulling out more than one rack at any time to maintain stability.
Front Bottles
(Necks Facing Rear)
Rear Bottles
(Necks Facing Front)
Since the bottles are not
stacked on top of each
other, the single bottle rack
allows easy view and access
to your inventory without
disturbing other bottles
LOADING RECOMMENDATIONS - 24” W. Models
Each of the top five roll-out racks holds 8 bottles with necks alternating front to back. The bottom shelf holds four bottles
for a total of 44 bottles. To aid in the loading and unloading, the racks extend up to 14 inches (35.6 cm) to allow easier
access to rear bottles. Tall bottles should not be loaded on the bottom rack because they may prevent the door from
closing. The bottom rack may be removed for storing “jug” wines. You may store magnum and other large bottles on the
upper right and left positions of the cabinet shelving or on any of the middle racks by removing the rack directly above
them. To remove a rack, first unlock the rack by pushing the lock backward. The lock is located on the bottom front of
each rack. After reinserting the rack, push the lock forward to lock the rack back into place. Position white wines on the
middle or lower racks and red wines on the upper racks.
Bottles on the top rack directly under the light will be exposed to a slightly higher temperature when the light is on.
REMEMBER TO TURN OFF THE LIGHT WHEN IT IS NO LONGER NEEDED.
Store wines intended for everyday use on the front half of the racks where labels are completely visible and place wines
for aging or long term storage in the rear half of the rack. Pull wine racks out gently to minimize the unsettling of your
wine collection. Avoid pulling out more than one rack at any time to maintain stability.
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LOADING RECOMMENDATIONS - 24” W. Single Zone Models
Each of the top six roll-out racks holds 8 bottles with necks alternating front to back. The bottom wood cradle holds six
bottles for a total of 54 bottles. To aid in the loading and unloading, the racks extend up to 14 inches (35.6 cm) to allow
easier access to rear bottles. Tall bottles should not be loaded on the bottom rack because they may prevent the door
from closing. The bottom rack may be removed for storing “jug” wines. You may store magnum and other large bottles
on the upper right and left positions of the cabinet shelving or on any of the middle racks by removing the rack directly
above them. To remove a rack, first unlock the rack by pushing the lock backward. The lock is located on the bottom front
of each rack. After reinserting the rack, push the lock forward to lock the rack back into place. Position white wines on the
middle or lower racks and red wines on the upper racks.
Bottles on the top rack directly under the light will be exposed to a slightly higher temperature when the light is on.
REMEMBER TO TURN OFF THE LIGHT WHEN IT IS NO LONGER NEEDED.
Store wines intended for everyday use on the front half of the racks where labels are completely visible and place wines
for aging or long term storage in the rear half of the rack. Pull wine racks out gently to minimize the unsettling of your
wine collection. Avoid pulling out more than one rack at any time to maintain stability.
Rear Bottles
(Necks Facing Front)
Front Bottles
(Necks Facing Rear)
Since the bottles are not
stacked on top of each
other, the single bottle
roll-out rack allows easy
view and access of your
inventory without
disturbing other bottles.
LOADING RECOMMENDATIONS - 24” W. Dual Zone Models
Both zones can be set for either temperature range, red or white, but for more efficient energy usage and functionality of
the unit, it is better to use the top compartment for reds (warmer) and the bottom compartment for whites (cooler).
Each of the top five roll-out racks holds 8 bottles with necks alternating front to back. The bottom shelf holds four bottles
for a total of 44 bottles. To aid in the loading and unloading, the racks extend up to 14 inches (35.6 cm) to allow easier
access to rear bottles. Tall bottles should not be loaded on the bottom rack because they may prevent the door from
closing. The bottom rack may be removed for storing “jug” wines. You may store magnum and other large bottles on the
upper right and left positions of the cabinet shelving or on any of the middle racks by removing the rack directly above
them. To remove a rack, first unload all wine bottles then pull the rack out and upward. Position white wines on the middle
or lower racks and red wines on the upper racks.
Bottles on the top rack directly under the light and on the rack directly below the separator shelf will be exposed to a
slightly higher temperature when the light is on. REMEMBER TO TURN OFF THE LIGHT WHEN IT IS NO LONGER
NEEDED.
Store wines intended for everyday use on the front half of the racks where labels are completely visible and place wines
for aging or long term storage in the rear half of the rack. Pull wine racks out gently to minimize the unsettling of your
wine collection. Avoid pulling out more than one rack at any time to maintain stability.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Any piece of equipment works better and lasts longer when maintained properly and kept clean.
Condenser
The condenser tubing inside the cabinet does not require frequent cleaning; however, satisfactory cooling depends on
adequate ventilation over the coils. Be sure that nothing obstructs the required air flow openings in front of the cabinet.
Spiders and insects can nest in and around the wine cellar causing damage to the unit. Frequently brush or vacuum lint
and dirt from the condenser coils for efficient performance by unscrewing the grill on the bottom front of cabinet.
Cabinet
The cabinet can be washed with mild soap and water and thoroughly rinsed with clear water. NEVER use abrasive
scouring powders.
Interior
Wash interior compartment with mild soap and water. DO NOT USE abrasive powder, solvent, polish cleaner or
undiluted detergent.
Stainless Steel Parts
All stainless steel parts should be wiped regularly with hot soapy water. Use a liquid cleaner designed for stainless steel
when soapy water will not do the job. DO NOT USE steel wool, abrasive cloths, cleansers, or powders. DO NOT
permit citrus or tomato juice to remain on stainless steel surfaces, as citric acid will permanently discolor stainless steel.
Brass Parts
CAUTION: All brass parts are coated with an epoxy coating. DO NOT USE BRASS OR ABRASIVE CLEANERS ON
THE BRASS PARTS. All brass parts should be wiped regularly with hot soapy water. When hot soapy water will not do
the job, use every day non-abrasive household cleaners.
Glass Door
Use a glass cleaner or mild soap and water with a soft cloth to clean the glass door. DO NOT USE any abrasive
powders. On full overlay models, use caution when cleaning near logo area.
Painted Surfaces
Wash with warm soapy water. DO NOT USE steel wool, abrasive cleansers, ammonia, acids or commercial oven
cleaners which may damage the finish.
Door Gasket
The vinyl gasket may be cleaned with mild soap and water, a baking soda and water solution, or a mild scouring
powder.
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ENERGY SAVING TIPS
•
•
•
•
•
Reduce door openings.
Close the door as soon as you can.
Keep the condenser coils on bottom of the wine cellar clean. (See “Cleaning and Maintenance”.)
Adjust the temperature control to a warmer setting when practical.
Install unit away from the stove or other heat sources.
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
Odor in cabinet
Noisy operation
Unit vibrates.
•Unit interior needs cleaning.
•Unit not level.
•Unit not level.
•Weak floor.
Interior lighting not working.
•Light burned out.
•No power at outlet.
Appliance will not run.
•Control panel turned “OFF”.
•Power cord not plugged into power
source
•House fuse blown.
Appliance runs too long.
•Prolonged door openings.
•Control panel set too cold.
•Condenser needs cleaning.
Moisture collects inside of unit. •Too many door openings
•Prolonged door openings.
•Hot, humid weather increases
condensation.
Moisture collects on outside
•Hot, humid weather increases
surface of the unit.
•Control improperly set.
Interior too hot/too cold
•Control improperly set.
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•Clean inside of unit.
•Adjust leveling legs.
•Adjust leveling legs.
•Rebuild floor or move to a different location.
•Replace light.
•Test outlet with lamp.
•Turn unit on with on/off pad on control panel.
•Plug unit into power source
•Reset house fuse.
•Reduce number and/or duration of openings.
•Raise temperature of unit via control panel.
•Clean condenser.
•Reduce number of door openings.
•Reduce duration of door openings.
•Move unit to cooler location.
•As humidity decreases, moisture will disappear.
•Move unit to a cooler location.
•Reset to slightly warmer temperature.
•Reset control to desired temperature.
SERVICE DIAGNOSTICS - SINGLE ZONE
TruProtect™ “Advanced” Function “Quick” Reference
Solid Door Single Zone Models:
55 ˚F
ON
OFF
TruProtect System
WARMER
F/C
SET
COLDER
Show Room Mode
HIGH/LOW TEMP - Red
ALARMS OFF - Steady Amber
PRESS ON/OFF - Reset
PRESS AND HOLD
Function
POWER FAILURE - Flashing Amber
Function Access
ON
OFF
Enable the Show Room Mode by pressing and holding the
keypad while
performing a “Power On Reset”, (POR), i.e. - disconnect and reconnect the power
supply to unit. Exit Show Room Mode by initiating a POR only.
“Enter” and “Exit” Service Diagnostics mode by pressing and holding the
while pressing the
COLDER
WARMER
keypad
keypad 4-times within 5-seconds. Service Diagnostics mode
also will automatically exit after 5-minutes of no keypad entry.
Display Error Code Reference:
The microprocessor in the control continually monitors critical refrigeration system
components for proper operation. If component parameters exceed normal operating
specifications, the display will automatically flash the respective error code as follows:
Service Diagnostics
E1
Compressor fault, (high/low amps).
E2
Condenser fan motor fault, (high/low amps).
E3
Evaporator thermistor “sensor B” fault, (out-of-range).
E1
Display thermistor “sensor A” fault, (out-of-range).
Please call your dealer or Viking Customer Service if any of these codes are displayed.
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Glass Door Single Zone Models:
TruProtect System
55 ˚F
ON
OFF
WARMER
˚̊F/C
COLDER
LIGHT
SET
POWER FAILURE - Flashing Amber
HIGH/LOW TEMP - Red
ALARMS OFF - Steady Amber
PRESS ON/OFF - Reset
PRESS AND HOLD
Control Confirmation/Comment
Show Room Mode will disable the refrigerator system and fans while allowing the internal lights, display and user interface
panel to function. Lights will time out after 15-minutes of continuous on-time while in Show Room Mode as a safety
feature. The 15-minute light-on time can be reactivated by closing and opening the door or by pressing the keypad.
LIGHT
Service Diagnostics Mode enables service technicians to identify the firmware and software versions, test status of
“model specific” system components and sensors and change state of components where applicable, (i.e. - compressor
on/off, etc...). While in Service Diagnostics Mode, tests are incremented by pressing the
component state can be changed to “on” and “off” by pressing the
following component tests are available:
Test #
WARMER
and
COLDER
SET
keypad and specific
keypads respectively. The
Available Status Indicators
Component Description
OK
Off/Open
On/Shorted
0
Temp Sensor A
0-
1
Temp Sensor B
1-
2
Compressor
n/a
00
10
20
01
11
21
3
Interior/Ice Maker Fan
n/a
4
Reverse Gas Solenoid
n/a
5
Condenser Fan
n/a
6
Mullion Heater
n/a
7
Door A Sense
n/a
8
Door B Sense
n/a
9
Door C Sense
n/a
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
31
41
51
61
71
81
91
Note: Must use magnet to change state of Door C Sense.
magnet sense area
ON
OFF
PRESS AND HOLD
40 ˚F
SET
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SERVICE DIAGNOSTICS - DUAL ZONE
TruProtect™ “Advanced” Function “Quick” Reference
Solid Door Dual Zone Models:
64
42
˚F
Function
˚F
ON
Hi/Low Temp Upper
Hi/Low Temp Lower
Function Access
To “Enter” and “Exit” Service Diagnostics mode, press and hold the
pressing the
COLDER
WARMER
keypad while
keypad four (4) times in five (5) seconds. Service Diagnostics mode
will automatically exit after five (5) minutes of no keypad entry.
Display Error Code Reference:
The microprocessor in the control continually monitors critical refrigeration system
components for proper operation. If component parameters exceed normal operating
specifications, the display will automatically flash the respective error code as follows:
Service Diagnostics
E1
Compressor Error, (High/Low Amps)
E2
Condenser Fan Error, (High/Low Amps)
E3
Upper Compartment “Sensor A” Error, (Out-of-Range)
E1
Lower Compartment “Sensor B” Error, (Out-of-Range)
Please call your dealer or Viking Customer Service if any of these codes are displayed.
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Glass Door Dual Zone Models:
64
˚F
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42
˚F
ON
Hi/Low Temp Upper
Hi/Low Temp Lower
Control Confirmation/Comment
Service Diagnostics Mode enables service technicians to identify the firmware and software versions, test status of
“model specific” system components and sensors and change state of components where applicable, (i.e. - compressor
on/off, etc...). While in Service Diagnostics Mode, tests are incremented by pressing the
component states can be changed to “ON” and “OFF” by pressing the
following component tests are available:
Test #
WARMER
and
COLDER
SET
keypad and specific
keypads respectively. The
Available Status Indicators
Component Description
OK
Off/Open
On/Shorted
0
Temp Sensor, Upper
0-
00
01
1
Temp Sensor, Lower
1-
10
11
2
Compressor
n/a
20
21
3
Condenser Fan
n/a
30
31
4
Compartment Fan, Upper
n/a
40
41
5
Compartment Fan, Lower
n/a
50
51
6
Heater/Fan Assembly, Upper
n/a
60
61
7
Heater/Fan Assembly, Lower
n/a
70
71
8
Door Sense
n/a
80
81
NOTE: The Door Sense is located between the Upper Compartment display and the ON/OFF key and can be tested
with any magnet.
magnet sense area
ON
OFF
PRESS AND HOLD
40 ˚F
SET
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SERVICE INFORMATION
If service is required, call your dealer or authorized service agency. The name of the authorized service agency can be
obtained from the dealer or distributor in your area.
Have the following information readily available.
• Model number
• Serial number
• Date purchased
• Name of dealer from whom purchased
Clearly describe the problem that you are having. If you are unable to obtain the name of an authorized service agency,
or if you continue to have service problems, contact Viking Range Corporation at 1-888-VIKING1 (845-4641), or write to:
VIKING RANGE CORPORATION
PREFERRED SERVICE
1803 Hwy 82W
Greenwood, Mississippi 38930 USA
Record the information indicated below. You will need it if service is ever required. The model and serial number for
your wine cellar are located on the front of the unit at the base of the door frame.
Model Number
Serial Number
Date of Purchase
Date Installed
Dealer’s Name
Address
If service requires installation of parts, use only authorized parts to insure protection under the warranty.
KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
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UNDERCOUNTER/FREESTANDING WINE CELLAR WARRANTY
(Units Certified for Indoor Use)
TWO YEAR FULL WARRANTY
Built-In/Freestanding Undercounter Wine Cellars and all of their components and accessories, except as detailed below*, are warranted to be free from defects in
material or workmanship under normal household use for a period of two (2) years from the date of original retail purchase. Viking Range Corporation, warrantor,
agrees to repair or replace, at its option, any part which fails or is found to be defective during the warranty period
*Painted and decorative items are warranted to be free from defective materials or workmanship for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of original retail
purchase. ANY DEFECTS MUST BE REPORTED TO THE SELLING DEALER WITHIN NINETY (90) DAYS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL RETAIL PURCHASE.
SIX YEAR FULL WARRANTY
Any sealed refrigeration system component, as listed below, is warranted to be free from defective materials or workmanship in normal household use during the third
through the sixth year from the date of original retail purchase. Viking Range Corporation, warrantor, agrees to repair or replace, at its option, any part which fails or is
found to be defective during the warranty period.
Sealed Refrigeration System Components:
Compressor, Evaporator,
Condenser, Connecting Tubing, Dryer/Strainer
TWELVE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Any sealed refrigeration system component, as listed above, which fails due to defective materials or workmanship in normal household use during the seventh
through the twelfth year from the date of original retail purchase will be repaired or replaced, free of charge for the part itself, with the owner paying all other costs,
including labor.
NINETY (90) DAY RESIDENTIAL PLUS WARRANTY This warranty applies to applications where use of the product extends beyond normal residential use.
Examples are, but not limited to, bed and breakfasts, fire stations, private clubs, churches, etc. This warranty excludes all commercial locations such as
restaurants, food service locations and institutional food service locations.
This warranty extends to the original purchaser of the product warranted hereunder and to each transferee owner of the product during the term of the warranty.
This warranty shall apply to products purchased and located in the United States and Canada. Products must be purchased in the country where service is requested.
Warranty labor shall be performed by an authorized Viking Range Corporation service agency or representative. Warranty shall not apply to damage resulting from
abuse, accident, natural disaster, loss of electrical power to the product for any reason, alteration, improper installation, improper operation or repair or service to the
product by anyone other than an authorized Viking Range Corporation service agency or representative. Warranty shall not apply to damage resulting from indoor
units being used in outdoor situations. This warranty does not apply to commercial usage. Warrantor is not responsible for consequential or incidental damage
whether arising out of breach of warranty, breach of contract, or otherwise. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
Owner shall be responsible for proper installation, providing normal care and maintenance, providing proof of purchase upon request, and making the appliance
reasonably accessible for service. If the product or one of its component parts contains a defect or malfunction during the warranty period, after a reasonable number
of attempts by the warrantor to remedy the defects or malfunctions, the owner is entitled to either a refund or replacement of the product or its component part or
parts. Replacement of a component part includes its free installation. Warrantor’s liability on any claim of any kind, with respect to the goods or services covered
hereunder, shall in no case exceed the price of the goods or service or part there of which gives rise to the claim.
WARRANTY SERVICE: Under the terms of this warranty, service must be performed by a factory authorized Viking Range Corporation service agent or representative.
Service will be provided during normal business hours, and labor performed at overtime or premium rates shall not be covered by this warranty. To obtain warranty
service, contact the dealer from whom the product was purchased, an authorized Viking Range Corporation service agent, or Viking Range Corporation. Provide
model and serial number and date of original purchase. For the name of your nearest authorized Viking Range Corporation service agency, call the dealer from whom
the product was purchased or Viking Range Corporation. IMPORTANT: Retain proof of original purchase to establish warranty period.
The return of the Owner Registration Card is not a condition of warranty coverage. You, however, should return the Owner Registration Card so that Viking Range
Corporation can contact you should any question of safety arise which could affect you.
Any implied warranties of merchantability and fitness applicable to the above described undercounter wine cellar are limited in duration to the period of coverage of
the applicable express written limited warranties set forth above. Some jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above
limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific rights, and you may also have other rights which may vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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UNDERCOUNTER/FREESTANDING WINE CELLAR WARRANTY
(Units Certified for Outdoor Use)
ONE YEAR FULL WARRANTY
Built-In/Freestanding Undercounter Wine Cellars and all of their components and accessories, except as detailed below*, are warranted to be free from defects in material or
workmanship under normal household use for a period of one (1) year from the date of original retail purchase. Viking Range Corporation, warrantor, agrees to repair or
replace, at its option, any part which fails or is found to be defective during the warranty period.
*Painted and decorative items are warranted to be free from defective materials or workmanship for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of original retail purchase.
ANY DEFECTS MUST BE REPORTED TO THE SELLING DEALER WITHIN NINETY (90) DAYS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL RETAIL PURCHASE.
FIVE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Any sealed refrigeration system component, as listed below, is warranted to be free from defective materials or workmanship in normal household use during the second
through the fifth year from the date of original retail purchase. Viking Range Corporation, warrantor, agrees to repair or replace, at its option, any part which fails or is found
to be defective during the warranty period.
Sealed Refrigeration System Components:
Compressor, Evaporator, Condenser, Connecting Tubing, Dryer/Strainer
It is recommended that in temperatures above 100oF (37.8oC) and below 40oF (4.4oC) the unit be shut off. The normal operating range for the unit is between 60oF (15.6oF)
and 100oF (37.8oC).
NINETY (90) DAY RESIDENTIAL PLUS WARRANTY This warranty applies to applications where use of the product extends beyond normal residential use.
Examples are, but not limited to, bed and breakfasts, fire stations, private clubs, churches, etc. This warranty excludes all commercial locations such as restaurants,
food service locations and institutional food service locations.
This warranty extends to the original purchaser of the product warranted hereunder and to each transferee owner of the product during the term of the warranty.
This warranty shall apply to products purchased and located in the United States and Canada. Products must be purchased in the country where service is requested.
Warranty labor shall be performed by an authorized Viking Range Corporation service agency or representative. Warranty shall not apply to damage resulting from abuse,
accident, natural disaster, loss of electrical power to the product for any reason, alteration, improper installation, improper operation or repair or service to the product by
anyone other than an authorized Viking Range Corporation service agency or representative. Warranty shall not apply to damage resulting from indoor units being used in
outdoor situations. This warranty does not apply to commercial usage. Warrantor is not responsible for consequential or incidental damage whether arising out of breach
of warranty, breach of contract, or otherwise. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or
exclusion may not apply to you.
Owner shall be responsible for proper installation, providing normal care and maintenance, providing proof of purchase upon request, and making the appliance reasonably
accessible for service. If the product or one of its component parts contains a defect or malfunction during the warranty period, after a reasonable number of attempts by
the warrantor to remedy the defects or malfunctions, the owner is entitled to either a refund or replacement of the product or its component part or parts. Replacement of a
component part includes its free installation. Warrantor’s liability on any claim of any kind, with respect to the goods or services covered hereunder, shall in no case exceed
the price of the goods or service or part there of which gives rise to the claim.
WARRANTY SERVICE: Under the terms of this warranty, service must be performed by a factory authorized Viking Range Corporation service agent or representative.
Service will be provided during normal business hours, and labor performed at overtime or premium rates shall not be covered by this warranty. To obtain warranty service,
contact the dealer from whom the product was purchased, an authorized Viking Range Corporation service agent, or Viking Range Corporation. Provide model and serial
number and date of original purchase. For the name of your nearest authorized Viking Range Corporation service agency, call the dealer from whom the product was
purchased or Viking Range Corporation. IMPORTANT: Retain proof of original purchase to establish warranty period.
The return of the Owner Registration Card is not a condition of warranty coverage. You, however, should return the Owner Registration Card so that Viking Range
Corporation can contact you should any question of safety arise which could affect you.
Any implied warranties of merchantability and fitness applicable to the above described undercounter refrigerated beverage center are limited in duration to the period of
coverage of the applicable express written limited warranties set forth above. Some jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above
limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific rights, and you may also have other rights which may vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Viking Range Corporation
111 Front Street
Greenwood, Mississippi 38930 USA
(662) 455-1200
For product information,
call 1-888-VIKING1 (845-4641)
or visit the Viking Web site at
vikingrange.com
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