• Make sure there is a suitable power outlet (115V~60Hz 15A) with proper
grounding to power the wine cellar.
• Avoid the use of three plug adapters or cutting off the third grounding pin
in order to accommodate a two plug outlet. This is a dangerous practice
since it provides no effective grounding for the wine cellar and may result
in shock hazard.
Use of Extension Cords
• Avoid the use of an extension cord because of potential safety hazards under
certain conditions. If it is necessary to use an extension cord, use only a 3-wire
extension cord that has a 3-blade grounding plug and a 3-slot outlet that will
accept the plug. The marked rating of the extension cord must be equal to or
greater than the electrical rating of the appliance.
• Do not install your wine cellar in any location not properly insulated or heated
e.g. garage etc.
• Select a suitable location for the wine cellar on a hard even surface away from
direct sunlight or heat source e.g. radiators, baseboard heaters, cooking
appliances etc. Any surface unevenness should be corrected with the leveling
legs located on the front and rear bottom corners of the wine cellar. Avoid
placing unit where there may be electrical interference.
• Your wine cellar is designed for free-standing installation only. It is not
designed for built-in application.
NOTE: To minimize the risk of rusting, leakage and insulation
damage, avoid placing the unit in a place where heavy
moisture is present. Under no circumstances spill or directly
apply water onto or into the unit.
1. Remove the top hinge cover using a flat head screwdriver.
2. Gently move wires aside and loosen the 3
screws using a Phillips Head Screwdriver.
3. Adjust the door and tighten the screws.
4. Replace the top hinge cover.
5. Adjust bottom hinge if necessary.