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CELLAR nuvo 110/220

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ASSEMBLY & OPERATION MANUAL

READ BEFORE YOU START

1.LOCATING YOUR WINE CELLAR - Remember, it is not an appliance, it is a piece of furniture

A.Provide 4” minimum clearance for both sides and back, keep the top completely clear. Under no circumstances should the unit be “built-in”in any way.

B.Never locate your wine cellar outdoors or in an area with extremes of temperature and humidity.

Garages, attics, unfinished basements, laundry rooms, breezeways, closets, bedrooms or any unventilated room. In other words these units must be installed in air-conditionedenvironments which do not “trap” the warm air being exhausted.

C.Temperatures in surrounding area must not exceed 80 °F (25 °C) with humidity levels not to exceed 70% R.H. (Relative Humidity). Never set your temperatures below default (57ºF) whenever ambient conditions are warm (above 75ºF) or humid (above 50%R.H.).

D.Outlet power must be a DEDICATED separately fused, grounded, 15 Amp 110 - 120 V line or 7.5 Amp - 240 V line rated for your unit (CHECK BOX OR SERIAL NUMBER LABEL ON UNIT FOR YOUR LINE VOLTAGE REQUIREMENTS).

E.You must monitor your unit DAILY. If unit is in “Alarm”, unplug the unit inmediately. Always check for any water (condensate) leaks.

Vintage Keeper will not be liable or responsible for incidental or consequential damages. (See Warranty).

F.Place unit in a clean area and allow access to the exterior surfaces for periodic vacuuming of the condensor coil. (See troubleshooting for details.)

G.Always remove all bottles before relocating your wine cellar.

2.AREA FOR ASSEMBLING YOUR WINE CELLAR

Choose a clear 12’ by 12’ area with a level floor and carpeting to help reduce scratching of surfaces.

3.TOOLS

*Hex wrench (included)

*Phillips screwdriver

*Carpenter’s level

*Helper or two is strongly recommended

4.TEST THE COOLING UNIT

Plug it in for a few minutes on a table top, to verify that controls and display are functional, and that the unit is producing cool air after a few minutes of operation.

Note that the electronic controller has a one-minutecautionary delay between initialplug-inandstart-upof the compressor.

BEFORE YOU START !

NOTE: Fill out the WARRANTY REGISTRATION FORM with the serial number located on the LEFT

SIDE of unit.

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HARDWARE KIT

A B C

Cam Cap

Hex Bolt

Hex Wrench

x 20 (x24)*

x 14

x 1

D E F

Cam

Cam Pin

Leg

x 20 (x24)*

x 20 (x24)*

x 4

G H

In Cooling Unit Box

 

Panel Insulation Strip

Hex Bolt (Flange)

x 2

x 1

*NOTE : Hardware quantities for Model 220 are indicated in parenthesis.

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STEP 1 : PANEL PREPARATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAUTION :

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.

Watch for sharp staples on boxes.

 

H

2.

DO NOT STEP ON PANELS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. The manual will give a recommended

 

 

 

 

 

order to open boxes, it saves space and time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PANEL EDGE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H

H

1

 

Open Box VP1.

1

H

Install INSULATION STRIP (H)to Back,

 

Top, and Bottom Panels. PUSH IN

 

FULLY!

2InsertCam Pins (E) by hand inBACK

PANEL’S predrilled holes down to TAB.(May require some force)

! CAUTION : DO NOT BREAK CAM PIN TABS! DO NOT HAMMER!

TAB TAB

BACK PANEL

E

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STEP 2 : CABINET ASSEMBLY

1Attach Top and Bottom to Back by CAREFULLY aligning edge holes over Cam Pins and gently push together to avoid damaging cam pins.DO NOT BANG OR SLAP PANELS TOGETHER!!!

2Insert Cam,push all the way in under panel level (may require some force)and make sure Arrowpoints to outside edge, use allen key provided or #3 phillips screwdriver.

Cam Arrow faces away from outside edge when tightened

2

PANEL EDGE

METAL

2

1

CAM in LOCKED

POSITION

METAL

BOTTOM

PANEL

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STEP 2 : CABINET ASSEMBLY CONTINUED

Open Box VP5 or VP2.

1Insert Cam Pins (E) intoSIDE PANEL’S predrilled holes both sides down to TAB.(May require some force)

2Attach SIDES to Back/Bottom/Top by Carefully aligning edge holes over Cam Pins and gently push together to avoid damaging cam pins.CHECK PANEL ORIENTATION !!!

Insert Cam and make sureArrow points to outside edge, use allen key provided or #3 phillips screwdriver. Start locking one cam at each end first.Lock all Cams.

Cam Arrow faces away from outside edge when tightened.

CHECK PANEL ORIENTATION !!! TOP !!!

2

 

1

 

 

E

2 HOLES FOR MODEL 110

3 HOLES FOR MODEL 220

BOTTOM

PANEL

Place cabinet against a wall to push sides in place.

3

3Insert Cam Cap (A) in allCam Holes.

A

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STEP 3 : HINGE,BASE AND LEGS INSTALLATION

Open Box VP3.

1Fasten one HINGE (found in door box)to the SIDEof the cabinet with Hexbolts (B).

NOTE : Hinge can be on either side of the cabinet.

F

2Install four LEGS (F) intoBASES fully in.

3

4

Fasten BASE to theBOTTOM of the cabinet (FRONT BASE has to be set with Base Tabs

Fasten BASE withHEX BOLTS (B)

B

3

4

F

FRONT

BASE

 

 

1

3

B

 

 

 

CABINET

BOTTOM

C

5

NOTE: Fasten base with base tab away from the front edge, then fasten and adjust the hinge before fully tighteningHEX BOLTS (B)

5Raise cabinet and check for potential air leaks at panel joints from inside.

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STEP 4 : SHELVES

1

Open box VP4

 

Hook SHELVES into hangers starting

 

from the bottom of cabinet

PRESS

1

TOP

1 2

BOTTOM

HINT :

CENTER SHELVES ON HANGERS

1 Snap SHELVES into hangers on one side

CABINET BOTTOM

2Push the SHELVES down to snap into opposite side hangers

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STEP 5 : COOLING UNIT INSTALLATION

1 GET HELP BEFORE INSTALLING AND KEEP CHILDREN CLEAR OF CELLAR CONSTRUCTION AREA.

Get helper to help guide unit, keep light cord clear of edge inside cellar and to prevent tipping of cellar. MAKE SURE INSULATION STRIP IS IN CORRECT ORIENTATION. Run light cord throughCut-out.Slide unit into the back

opening by angling unit A to allow light cord to clear and straighten to push inB . Screw allen bolts(G) through bottom fl ange holes.Make sure unit is level!

CHECK

 

KEEP UNIT LEVEL

DO NOT!!!

INSULATION

CELLARINSIDE

 

 

STRIP

 

 

 

 

 

 

SHELF

LEVEL TO

 

 

OPENING

 

 

 

SIDE VIEW

 

 

 

B

A

 

G

CORD MUST

(G) x2 Flange

CLEAR OPENING

 

bolts in

 

cooling unit C

 

box.

STRAIGHTEN AND PUSH THROUGH

GET HELPER TO LIFT UNIT LEVEL AND PULL FROM INSIDE

DO NOT OVER

TIGHTEN

NOTE: If unit is operated according to specifi cations overfl ows will not occur. Excess condensation is only caused by extreme conditions. Unit will shut off at 72 °F and will restart when temperature drops or unit is repluged. (In this case insert 3/8” O.D. hose to drain hole, cut to appropriate length.)

Optional (not required) except as emergency drain.Container

STEP 6 : LIGHT AND LIGHT COVER INSTALLATION

1

Plug cord to LIGHT

2 Insert LIGHTto LIGHT COVER

3

Insert

LIGHT COVER

 

to holes

pre drilled on

front edge of TOP panel.

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STEP 7 : DOOR INSTALLATION

1

Insert DOORonto BOTTOM HINGE

1

C

2 B

2 Install TOP HINGEwith HEX BOLTS(B)

NOTE :

F

Adjust final position of the door before tightening the bolts and move cellar into place, leaving 4” clearance all around cellar.

MAKE SURE CABINET ISAIRTIGHT!

Adjust the level by turning (counter clockwise) the LEGS (F) asneeded. Useacarpenter’slevel.

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CONTROLS : PLUG IT IN (wait one minute) and ENJOY!

FEATURES:

- Default SET temperature 57º F/14º C (ideal for wine storage).

DISPLAY:

KEYS

 

- Calibration option of the temperature sensor.

 

 

 

 

 

- Display of actual temperature by request.

 

 

 

- SET temperature range 52ºF-64ºF.

57

 

 

- Digital temperature sensor.

 

 

 

 

 

- Dual display Fº/Cº.

 

 

-Settings are stored in memory for power failures.

-Pre programed software will reach the quietest most efficient operation.

OPERATION: - The display will show the detected temperature until the temperature will fall within 3º of the SET POINT.

-If the temperature is above the default 57º F + 1º or other preset value, after a delay of 1 minute the fan will start, followed by the compressor within the next minute.

-The unit will cycle ON/OFF based on the temperature reading. Fan speeds are automatically set by the controller to achieve optimum performance.

-Minimum ON and OFF cycle times are imposed by software, to prevent "short cycling".

 

CONTROLLER

 

 

 

ACTION

 

DISPLAY EXAMPLE

 

OPERATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BEFORE

AFTER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TO DISPLAY:

Actual temperature:

PRESS

 

 

57º

56º

 

 

SET temperature:

PRESS

 

 

70º

57º

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TO MODIFY SET

PRESS and RELEASE

 

 

 

57º

57º

 

TEMPERATURE

To increase:

PRESS

once per degree

57º

58º

 

(range is 52-64ºF):

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To decrease:

PRESS

once per degree

57º

56º

 

 

 

 

The new value will be memorized and the controller will reset automatically.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TO CHAANGE FROM

PRESS and HOLD

until buzzer sounds in 5 seconds

57º

14º

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ºF to ºC: or ºC to ºF

The new value will be memorized and the controller will reset automatically.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TO CALIBRATE:

PRESS and HOLD

while holding PRESS

and RELEASE

57º

57º

 

 

Wait 5 seconds

 

 

 

57º

F0

 

 

USE

or

 

 

 

F0

F1

 

 

 

for each degree of offset

 

 

F0

-1

NOTE: A negative offsetwill result in a warmer cabinet and a positive offsetwill result in a cooler cabinet. The new value will be memorized and the controller will reset automatically.

SAFETY FEATURES:

ALARM: - If the temperature exceeds 72º F the unit will shut down, a sound warning will start and the dispaly will blinkAL alternating with the temperature reading.

-This function is disabled in the first 4 hours “ Cool Down” period or after any reset for another 4 hours.

-The unit will restart and continue the cooling and cycling if the temperature falls below 72º F.

TO RESET: - Unplug and re plug the unit.

MAXIMUM CAPACITIES AND LOADING TIPS

Maximum capacities and sample loading arrangements for Vintage Keeper Tuscany wine cellars are illustrated below. Note the variations in shelf height, to accommodate the widest variety of bottle types and sizes. Standard Burgundy and Bordeaux bottles are best arranged with necks facing out; some taller bottles may need to be arranged neck to neck. Never stack bottles more than two rows high on a shelf; all shelves must be installed as directed. Avoid placing bottles directly in front of the cooling unit’s circulating fan for more uniform temperature in cabinet.

MODEL 110

MODEL 220

 

WARNING*

 

WARNING*

 

13

 

26

Max 4" dia.

7

Max 4" dia.

14

bottles

bottles

 

7

 

14

 

7

 

14

 

7

 

14

 

7

 

14

Max 3.5" dia.

7

Max 3.5" dia.

14

 

 

bottles

7

bottles

14

 

7

 

14

 

7

 

14

 

7

 

14

 

7

 

14

3 rows 3" dia.

20

3 rows 3" dia.

40

or

or

 

 

2 rows 4.5" dia.

 

2 rows 4.5" dia.

 

Max: 110

3" bottles

Max: 220

3" bottles

*WARNING:

Bottles in black will be in the cold air stream and could block airflow efficiency in some circumstances (warm or humid areas). This area of the cabinet should have the coldest temperature and may be used as your “chilling” section.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE

Although each Vintage Keeper cooling unit has been carefully tested at every stage of manufacture, occasional problems arise, the majority of which are due to rough or careless handling during shipping or installation. Other problems may derive from improper cabinet assembly, power interruption or surge, low line voltage (less than your unit rating of 105V or 240V), or failure to clean the unit regularly (see illustration below). The following may help you determine what the problem may be; what steps you can take to correct it, and what further steps may be required. Additional Trouble-Shoot-ing information and downloadable documents are available in the “Support” area of our web site:www.koolspace.com

Cleaning the coil

Coil is located at the top of

 

 

back panel.

 

Vacuum it periodically

IMPORTANT NOTE:

In order to provide maximum protection for your valuable wine collection, the following steps are highly advisable. First and foremost, have your wine collection adequately insured. Second, install a battery-poweredheat-sensitivealarm to warn of any loss of cooling due to power interruption. Third, monitor your storage and ambient conditions on a regular, daily basis. Fourth, install a high quality surge suppressor to protect against sudden power fluctuations. Fifth, clean the unit as directed, on a regular basis, every 3 to 4 months vacuum the cooling unit coils (check our website for more info). Sixth make sure to check water level in theDRAIN CUP periodically and empty. Be advised, also, thatDrobot-VintageKeeper cannot in any event be liable or responsible for incidental or consequential damages.

IF:

 

CHECK:

THEN:

 

 

- Is the unit plugged in?

- Note that the unit has a 1-minutecautionary delay

 

 

 

between plugging in and full start-up;this is abuilt-in

COOLING

UNIT

- Is the power supply operational?

safeguard to protect the compressor in the event of

DOES NOT

RUN

 

sudden power failure

AT ALL WHEN

- Is the LED display functional?

- Note that the power supply must be a dedicated,

PLUGGED IN

- Is there any evidence of shipping

separately-fusedand grounded 15 Amp, 120V line or 7.5

 

 

Amp, 240 V line rated for your unit. Must not use an exten-

 

 

damage on the cooling unit or

sion cord. Do not share the outlet with other _appliances

 

 

packaging materials?

- If the unit is receiving power yet fans or compressor fail

 

 

 

to run, unplug for ten minutes, then try again

 

 

 

 

COOLING

UNIT

- Is the storage temp properly

- Note that the unit may take a few days to achieve the

RUNS BUT DOES

set?

desired storage temperature, even in a properly located,

NOT COOL

 

 

airtight cabinet

SUFFICIENTLY

- Is the cabinet properly

- Take steps to reduce ambient temperatures and

 

 

assembled, with all joints air

compensate for additional heat gain if any cabinet walls

 

 

tight?

receive direct sunlight

 

 

 

- If gaps are visible at any panel joints, ensure that you

 

 

- Is the door properly adjusted to

have tightened all cams in all panels, to ensure

 

 

seal tightly when closed?

an airtight seal as detailed in our instructions

 

 

 

- Take steps to improve circulation of air to and from the unit

 

 

- Is airflow to and from the

- Adjust the door, if necessary, to seal tightly by

 

 

cooling unit unobstructed?

re-positioningthe upper hinge and improving the cabinet

 

 

 

level

 

 

- Is the ambient air temperature

- Increase your SET TEMPERATURE

 

 

within the specified range?

- Clean the fan and grille areas

 

 

 

- If the problem persists, go to our website at

 

 

- Are any exterior surfaces of the

www.koolspace.com and perform the “cooling unit

 

 

cabinet exposed to sunlight?

diagnostic” in the support section.

 

 

 

 

LIMITED WARRANTY AND PRODUCT SUPPORT

ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

If your Koolspace cooling unit or cabinet fails to perform as designed within one year of the date of purchase, VINTAGE KEEPER INC. warrants that, upon your request, it will be repaired or replaced, at our option, during the one year warranty period. This warranty applies only to the first end-userpurchaser of a Koolspace unit that is purchased and used in the continental United States or Canada (excludes Alaska and Hawaii). It is not valid for subsequent purchasers, nor for units in use outside North America. The warranty period for your Koolspace unit commences on the date you purchased it and expires one year thereafter.

PROOF OF PURCHASE

Within 10 days of purchase, complete and mail, fax or e-mailthe registration sheet to VINTAGE KEEPER INC. Alternately, you may register your warranty on our Internet web site,www.koolspace.com.WHEN YOU MAKE A WARRANTY CLAIM, YOU MUST

FORWARD A COPY OF YOUR ORIGINAL DATED BILL OF SALE TO ESTABLISH YOUR DATE OF PURCHASE.

IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM WITH YOUR UNIT

Customer service and warranty problems are handled online at www.koolspace.com. You will find a comprehensivewell-documentedandeasy-to-usesolution to almost any question or problem you may have. The inquiry forms are filled inon-lineand connect you to our representatives who will process your requests for warranty service. This is the quickest way to solve your problems. If you do not have access to the internet you may call us from 9:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m EST, to request a WARRANTY CLAIM INFORMATION KIT. We can fax or mail it to you. You can fill in the enclosed REQUEST FOR RETURN AUTHORIZATION CODE form and return it by mail or fax. We can then promptly process your claim.

REPLACEMENT ?

At our option we may choose to offer you a replacement part or product rather than a repair. Upon your authorization to accept a replacement unit and with appropriate security (credit card authorization), we will promptly ship a replacement unit. The replacement may be a unit that has been reconditioned by VINTAGE KEEPER INC. The unit that needs service must be packed and returned to us,

shipping prepaid. Upon its receipt, we will release your credit card security. Go online to the SUPPORT section on our web site at www.koolspace.com to request warranty service.

REPAIR ?

If we determine that your unit needs to be repaired rather than replaced we will issue you a Return Authorization Code. Go online to the SUPPORT section of our web site at www.koolspace.com to request warranty repair service. Please save the original packaging

materials to facilitate shipment. Mark the Return Authorization Code clearly on the outside of the package, enclose a brief note describing the problem and send the unit, shipping prepaid, to VINTAGE KEEPER INC.

WHAT MUST YOU DO?

Your unit is designed to perform with a minimum amount of user maintenance when installed and operated precisely as directed in the manual. You are, however, responsible for the required user maintenance described in the manual, specifically, regular cleaning of the condensor coil and fans. Also, you must take steps to protect the unit from sudden power surges. As with any sensitive electronic device, your Koolspace unit may be damaged by power surges or spikes, including lightning strikes, acts of god, sudden interruptions or prolongedlow-voltageconditions, which are not covered by this Warranty. You must monitor your unit’s performance on a daily basis. If there is an apparent problem or “Alarm” condition, you must disconnect the power supply to avoid potential damage to your wine collection. It is your responsibility to insure your wine, and to take all reasonable and necessary precautions to safeguard its condition.

WHAT THE WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER

This warranty covers only defects in materials and workmanship provided by VINTAGE KEEPER INC. and does not cover equipment damage or malfunction from misuse, abuse, accident, act of God, or any unauthorized alteration or modification. The product must have been installed and operated precisely as directed in the manual which accompanies each product. Improper return shipping, inadequate packaging or shipping damage is not covered unless the unit is packaged and shipped in accordance with Koolspace replacement procedures. Third party servicing of this product during the warranty period will also void the warranty, as will any evidence of tampering or alteration to the serial number and or the original dated bill of sale.

REPLACEMENT AND REPAIR ARE YOUR ONLY REMEDIES

YOUR ONLY REMEDY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS THE REPLACEMENT OR REPAIR OF YOUR ELIGIBLE PRODUCT AS DESCRIBED ABOVE. NEITHER THIS WARRANTY NOR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, SHALL EXTEND BEYOND THE ONE-YEARWARRANTY PERIOD. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL VINTAGE KEEPER INC. BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OR FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING SPOILAGE OF WINE, EVEN IF VINTAGE KEEPER INC. KNOWS OR IS INFORMED THAT SUCH DAMAGES ARE POSSIBLE. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO INSURE YOUR WINE, AND TAKE ALL REASONABLE, NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS TO SAFEGUARD ITS CONDITION. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. NO RESELLER IS AUTHORIZED TO MODIFY THE TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY. ANY ADDITIONAL WARRANTY OFFERED BY A RESELLER IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THAT RESELLER.

SERVICE AFTER YOUR WARRANTY EXPIRES

If your unit requires service after the one-yearwarranty period expires, you may have it serviced locally by any qualified HVAC technician, or you may purchase a new unit at a special discount under our Extended Warranty Program. Please be ready to provide model, serial number, credit card number and a copy of your original dated bill of sale. In addition, repair service is always available

direct from us at flat rates below the prevailing charges for local service. However, using our Extended Warranty Program for units under 5 years old will always be a preferable solution to returning a unit for repair. Go online at www.koolspace.com to request

Repair Service or see our Extended Warranty Program.

CELLAR nuvo 110/220

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