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Another normal wine cellar operating noise is a
gurgling due to the refrigerant flowing through
the pipes in the circuit. This noise is normal and
does not indicate an appliance malfunction.
Turning the appliance off
Whenever the appliance is to remain unused for
long periods, it should be switched off.
1. Press and hold the ON/OFF key on the
control panel for a few seconds until the
appliance turns off.
2. Unplug the appliance from the wall socket.
3. Empty the wine cellar.
4. Dry any residual moisture which has
accumulated with a soft cloth.
Leave the door ajar to prevent the humidity and
trapped air from creating unpleasant smells.
Each alarm consists of a message flashing on
the display, and an audible warning.
The display continues to flash until the alarm
• To deactivate the alarm press any key or the
key (if available).
The temperature on the display may start to
flash. This means that the temperature inside the
wine cellar compartment is too high or too low
in relation to that set.
This may occur:
• when the appliance is first turned on;
• if a temperature much higher or much lower
than the previous one is set;
• if the wine cellar is loaded with many bottles
at ambient temperature;
• in the event of an extended interruption in
These conditions may occur during normal
operations of the appliance and are not caused
In this case, deactivate the alarm through any
key on the control panel (or, on some models
only, through the key ) and wait for the
temperature to return within the normal storage
values. It may be necessary to repeat this
operation 1–2 times.
Alarm for door open
The display shows : the door has been left
open for more than 60 seconds.
• Close the door.
The display shows from to (
excluded) or or or or :
• Switch off the appliance and call Technical
Connectivity alarms (on some models only)
The display shows : appliance fault.
The App shows : appliance fault.
• Contact technical support.
For further information, please read the
White wines are generally more acidic than
reds and contain less tannin. To be enjoyed at its
best, an acidic drink should usually be stored at
a slightly lower temperature than other types,
and so these wines should be stored at a
temperature between 10°C and 14°C.
Young, fresh, aromatic white wines can be
served at a temperature as low as 10°C, while
for less aromatic wines 12°C is recommended.
For full, mature white wines which have aged in
the bottle for a few years, higher temperatures
are acceptable and they can be served at
between 12°C and 14°C.
Serving a white wine at a higher temperature
means emphasising its “sweet” properties, while
the acidity and sharpness considered pleasant
and desirable in wines of this kind will be less
The alarms help protect the wine from
temperatures which could compromise
If the alarm continues to occur, call
The alarm will reactivate in the same
way 60 seconds after it is shut off if the
door is still open.
In case of alarm the appliance
continues cooling wines.