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Built-in 45 cm Wine cellar
Quick reference guide
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This story begins with
a cool glimpse of light
which easily burns into
a creative mind.
A story of timeless
moments of a serious
passion prepared to
become a delicious
art creation.
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Quick Guide
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Before using the appliance
carefully read the Safety
Instruction.
First time use
When you plug in your wine cellar, the display shows the temperature inside the cellar: it has been
set to reach 15°C and to maintain a consistent temperature.Should you need to adjust it, follow the
instructions below:
1. When you plug in your wine cellar, the display shows the temperature that has been set
2. Press the
flash.
button for one second (see the control panel). The temperature shown will begin to
3. Press the
or
button until you reach the desired temperature.
4. Wait 5 seconds for the temperature to stop flashing.
5. Wait until the wine cellar reaches the desired temperature before placing the wine bottles inside.
The inside light will not turn on (or will turn off temporarily) if the inside temperature exceeds 24° C.
This allows you to reach the pre-set temperature more quickly.
Product Parts and Features
CONTROL PANEL
BOTTLE AGEING
COMPARTMENT
DOOR
DATA PLATE
SHELVES
Bottle ageing compartment
The main function of the ageing compartment is to guarantee that your wines are preserved in optimal
conditions.
The temperature has been set in the factory at a temperature found to be optimal in most cases and is
15°C in the upper compartment.
Wine is complex in nature and derives from a long and slow production process. It requires very
specific conditions in order to bring out its qualities optimally.
All wines are preserved at the same temperature, however, are served and tasted at very different
temperatures depending on their characteristics (see table of ideal wine temperatures).
Therefore, just as for manufacturers’ wine cellars, it is not the absolute temperature value for your
new appliance that is important for preserving your wine, but rather the constant temperature over
time.Rather, the constant temperature through time is important. Wine preservation is ideal at any
temperature, as long as that temperature does not vary.
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Control Panel
REDUCE
TEMPERATURE
PILOT LAMP LIT
INCREASE
TEMPERATURE
DISPLAY
POWER
CONNECTION
LIGHT
COOLING PILOT LAMP
ON/OFF
BUTTON
LIGHT
Table of ideal wine temperatures
This table indicates the approximate temperatures at which wine should be served. Should one of
your wines need to be served at a temperature that is greater than the temperature inside your wine
cellar, we suggest that you leave it outside the wine cellar for the required time before serving.
Amarone17°C
Dry and sweet, sparkling wines
6°C
Barbaresco17°C
Verdicchio di Matelica
e dei Castelli di Jesi
8°C
Barolo17°C
White wines from Trentino Alto Adige
11°C
Beaujolais13°C
Franciacorta white wines
11°C
White liqueured Bordeaux
6°C
Dry, aromatic white wines
10°C
Dry White Bordeaux
8°C
Dry, young and fruity white wines
8°C
Red Bordeaux
17°C
White wines from Friuli Venezia Giulia
11°C
White Bourgogne
11°C
Rodano wines
15°C
Red Bourgogne
18°C
Dry white wines from the Loire
10°C
Brunello17°C
Liqueured wines from the Loire
7°C
Champagne6°C
Red wines from the Loire
Chianti Classico
Liqueured Passito wines
16°C
14°C
8-18°C
Languedoc-Roussillon13°C
Rosé wines, new wines
12°C
Passito di Pantelleria
Light, red wines with mild tannic
14°C
Red, rather tannic wines
with medium structure
16°C
Rosé Provence
6°C
12°C
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Stocking the wine bottles
Champagne bottle stock
Champagne bottles are larger than standard
bottles. They must be placed at the bottom of
the wine cellar, which can hold up to five bottles.
Standard 24-bottle stock
The 24-bottle stock (for standard, mixed and
renana bottles) is recommended for wines that
need to be visible and easily removed.
If you want to stock more than five Champagne
bottles in your wine cellar, remove the third shelf
and stack the bottles in two rows (placing the
bottles in the second row between those on the
bottom row). This will hold up to nine bottles.
STANDARD
24 bottles (all lying down)
3 shelves
Position each bottle in the slots on the three
wooden shelves. Six bottles can be placed at the
bottom of the wine cellar.
We suggest you place the Renana bottles onto
the lower shelf and at the bottom of the wine
cellar because it has been specially designed to
hold larger bottles.
! The wooden shelf can safely hold up to 22
bottles.
Some stocking configurations
PRESERVATION
28 bottles (all lying down)
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Cleaning
Before cleaning or carrying out maintenance operation, unplug the appliance from the mains or
disconnect the electrical power supply.
Never use abrasives. Never clean refrigerator parts with flammable fluids.
Do not use steam cleaners.
The buttons and control panel display must not be cleaned with alcohol or alcohol-derived
substances, but with a dry cloth.
Clean the appliance occasionally with a cloth and a solution of warm water and neutral cleaning
agents specifically for cleaning the inside.
Troubleshooting
Before contacting the Customer Service Center:
Restart the appliance to ensure the problem doesn't resolve itself that way. If necessary, repeat this
step after one hour. If necessary, repeat the operation after one hour.
If the problem persists, contact your nearest Customer Service Center.
You will need to describe the problem to the technician and provide the precise type and model
of your appliance, as well as the Assistance Code found on the data plate inside the refrigerator
compartment. This information will enable the technician to immediately identify the type of
intervention required.
If a repair is required, we advise you to contact an Authorized Technical Center.
Problem
Possible causes / solutions:
The compressor does not work
•
•
The compressor won't stop
•
The plug is not plugged into a wall outlet at all, or
insufficiently to make contact. Alternatively, there could
have been a power failure in your home.
The wall outlet is not in working order. Plug the wine
cellar into another wall-outlet to check.
Contact the Service Center
Short term faults, such as a power failure, will not compromise the wines. The wine will only be
affected when faults are not corrected for an extended period of time.
Please refer to our website www.kitchenaid.eu for complete instructions for use.
In addition, you will find a lot more useful information about your products, such as inspiring
recipes created and tested by our brand ambassadors or the nearest KitchenAid cookery school.
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