Dometic CS32D User manual

Dometic CS32D User manual
Wine cellar
CS 32 D
Instruction manual
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Operating and Installation
Instructions for your
Dometic Wine Cellar
Introduction
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.
Transit damage
30 mm
FIG. 1
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.
Wall
25
Rear
Data plate
Check the data plate, inside the wine cellar at the top
left, to ensure you have received the right model.
The data plate shows details that you will need to
quote if you have to contact service personnel. It is a
good idea to make a note of them here.
Model designation ……………………….…
Product number …………………………….
Serial number ……………………………….
Voltage ………………………………….......
Installation
Please follow these installation instructions:
For best performance, air needs to circulate freely
over the cooling unit behind the wine cellar. The freestanding 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.
Adjust the feet of the wine cellar so that it stands in a
vertical position in both directions. Use a spirit level if
necessary.
1. Remove the transport pallet on which your wine
cellar rests.
2. Adjust the feet to allow a 30 mm clearance under
the wine cellar.
3. 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 inside the
wine cellar, see fig. 3.
5. Fit the door handle to the door. The door frame has
pre-drilled holes on its side.
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Wall
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.
WARNING – 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.
Plug in the wine cellar and turn it on with the S1 switch
(see fig. 2).
3
°C
1
ON
FIG. 2
(see fig. 2)
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.
1. Press button [1] (see fig. 2). Message L1 will
appear and the pre-set temperature is then shown
shortly afterwards.
2. Use buttons [2] and [3] to lower or increase the
temperature.
3. Please allow 6 seconds for the control system to
record the new pre-set value.
It is important to avoid rapid temperature changes
inside your wine cellar.
Maintenance
We recommend that you keep your wine cellar as
clean as possible. Unplug the cellar before cleaning.
Do not use any abrasive substances, cleaning products or sponges.
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 inside the wine
cellar, see fig. 3.
If the wine cellar fails to work, check the following
points before calling a service technician:
• that the fuse is intact
• that the mains plug is properly inserted in its socket
• that the wine cellar is switched on
If the cause of failure is not to be found among the
points listed above, an authorised service technician
must be called for.
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3
B1
S1
Temperature setting
2
12
OFF
The wine cellar is equipped with overheating protection.
An authorised service technician can check whether
these have been triggered or not.
Loading the wine cellar
Please see illustrations in fig. 3.
Bottles should be stored in your wine cellar according
to their size. The best known bottles are the “Bordeaux” and the “Burgundy”. These bottles are not all
identical. The most widely recognised bottles are the
“Tradition” and the “Légère”. The “Champenoise” and
the “flûte d’Alsace” bottles have different 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.
Our illustrations show the best way to stack the
“Bordeaux Tradition”.
Note that you should store no more than one layer of
bottles on the shelves.
The maximum number of Bordeaux tradition bottles
that can be stored in the wine cellar:
Model
CS 32 D
CS 32 D
No. of
shelves
4
0
No. of bottles
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FRONT
PROFILE
TOP
Charcoal filter
“Flûte d’Alsace” bottles
FIG. 3
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Electric diagram
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