Dometic CS52DV2 User manual

Dometic CS52DV2 User manual
CS52 BV2/DV2
Type C...
825 12 48-50
MO-M 0720
Thank you for choosing the Dometic Wine Cellar.
Please read the following instructions carefully before installing your new wine cellar. We trust you
will be completely satisfied with your purchase.
The wine cellar must be installed and used according to these instructions in order for it to operate
correctly and economically.
Please follow these installation instructions:
• For best performance, air needs to circulate freely
over the cooling unit behind the wine cellar.
• The free-standing design of the cellar means that
it should stand at least 25 mm from the rear and
side walls.
• Allow a clearance of at least 100 mm above the
wine cellar.
Transit damage
1. Remove the transport pallet on which your
wine cellar rests.
2. Adjust the feet of the wine cellar. Make
sure it stands in a vertical position in both
directions. Use a spirit level if necessary.
Adjust the feet to allow a 30 mm clearance under the wine cellar.
Inspect the wine cellar for transit damage. You
must report any damage the company responsible
for the delivery within the legal or stated time for
this type of product. If there is no such established
report time, the damage must be reported within
seven days of delivery.
Please check that the following accessories are
supplied with the unit:
• Handle
• Screws
• Drip tray
• Keys
• CD
• Instruction manual
. For optimum performance, please place
your wine cellar far away from any source
of heat (radiator, cooker or intense sunlight).
4. Check that the charcoal filter is in place at
the top left corner inside the wine cellar.
5. Fit the door handle to the door, see
“Appendix B”.
6. Attach the drip tray on the back. The
screws are already attached at the back.
Necessary additional tools not included:
• Screwdriver (star quad)
• Adjustable spanner or fixed spanner (21 mm)
Data plate
Check the data plate, inside the wine cellar at the
top left, to ensure you have received the right
The data plate shows details
that you will need to quote if
you have to contact service
It is a good idea to make a note of them here:
Model designation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Product number. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Serial number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical connection
It is essential that the electrical installation is carried out correctly, taking into account all relevant
regulations and codes of practice. Your wine cellar
will operate on a mono-phased alternating current.
Please check that the voltage shown on the data
plate corresponds to your power supply.
The wine cellar must be earthed.
The wine cellar is fitted with a plug intended for an
earthed socket. Dometic and its subsidiaries will
not be held responsible for any incident due to nonexistent or defective earth wires.
Electrical leads must be routed and secured so
that they cannot come into contact with hot or
sharp parts of the wine cellar.
We recommend that you keep your wine cellar as
clean as possible. Unplug the cellar before cleaning. Do not use any abrasive or strong scented
substances. Use a smooth cloth or sponge and light
It is very important to check regularly that the air
circulation underneath and behind the cellar is
not blocked. Condensation collects in a small cup
placed at the back of the wine cellar. The cup has a
sponge which helps the condensation to evaporate.
Check that the plastic pipe routing the water from
the inside to the cup is not blocked by dust or dirt.
You should replace the inside ventilation charcoal
filter every second year. The filter is fitted in the
upper left corner inside the wine cellar.
Temperature setting
Plug in the wine cellar and turn it on with the ON/
OFF switch.
If the wine cellar fails to work, check the following
points before calling a service technician:
The wine cellar is equipped with an electronic regulator. This allows you to programme the temperature inside the wine cellar. Your wine will then be
stored between 10°C and 15°C according to expert
advice. The temperature is shown on the display.
The temperature, pre-set at 12°C, can be changed
according to the wine stored. It is important to
avoid rapid temperature changes inside your
wine cellar!
1. Press button (1). The message L1 is
displayed and then, the pre-set value will
start flashing.
• Is the fuse of power supply intact?
• Is the plug properly inserted in its socket?
• Is the wine cellar switched on?
If the cause of failure is not to be found among the
points listed above, contact an authorised service
The wine cellar is equipped with an overheating
protection. An authorised service technician can
check whether this has been triggered or not.
2. Press buttons (2)/(3) to set the temperature.
. Please allow 6 seconds for the control
system to record the new value.
Shelf supports and shelf locks
The wine cellar is equipped with 5 shelves and 20
shelf supports. The shelves are at delivery fixed to
the side of the wine cellar with a shelf lock. These
can easily be removed with a screwdriver.
The maximum number of bottles (“Bordeaux Tradition”) that can be stored in the wine cellar:
Number of shelves
To install the shelf supports, place the support
hooks in front of the desired holes and press in
direction of arrow 1 and then, push the hook down
as arrow 2 indicates.
Storing the wine
Bottles should be stored in your wine cellar
according to their size (diameters and heights).
Take these differences into account when storing
your wine and avoid mixing the bottles.
It is important to store bottles on their side in order
for the cork to remain in contact with the wine.
Note that you should store no more than one
layer of bottles on the shelves.
Number of bottles
Appendix - wiring diagram
Appendix B - mounting the handle
stainless steel door
Remove the door gasket behind the two holes
adapted for the handle. Start in the upper corner and gently pull out the gasket from the slot.
Continue down and pass the two holes.
From the inside of the door, put the two attached
screws (M4x60) first through the door frame (1),
then through the distance bar (2) and then tap the
screw into the threads in the vertical handle bar (3).
Remount the door gasket by pressing it back in its
slot by hand. Make sure that the gasket is all the
way back in place of origin.
Do not use any sharp tools to force the gasket
back. This can damage the gasket and the
wine cellar will loose performance.
glass door
Remove the door gasket, see step 1, Stainless
steel door.
Fasten the handle with two screws.
Remount the door gasket, see step 3, Stainless
steel door.
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