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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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