INSTALLING YOUR WINE CELLAR
Unpacking Your Wine Cellar
1. Remove all packaging material. This includes the base and all adhesive tape
holding the wine cellar accessories inside and outside.
2. Inspect and remove any remains of packing, tape or printed materials before
powering on the wine cellar.
Leveling Your Wine Cellar
• Your wine cellar has four (4) leveling legs which are located in the front and
rear corners of your wine cellar. After properly placing your wine cellar in its
final position, you can level your wine cellar.
• Leveling legs can be adjusted by turning them clockwise to raise your wine
cellar or by turning them counterclockwise to lower your wine cellar. The wine
cellar door will close easier when the leveling legs are extended.
• Do not install your wine cellar in any location not properly insulated or heated
e.g. garage etc. Your wine cellar was not designed to operate in ambient
temperature settings higher than 90˚ Fahrenheit.
• 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 floor unevenness should be corrected with the leveling legs.
• Built in wine cellars need to be ventilated from the front. This feature allows
the unit to be built-in an enclosed area. The bottom front grille should be clear
of all obstructions. This is absolutely for the air to circulate and for the unit to
operate efficiently. The dimensions for installation are as follows (WxDxH).
Note: Remove the upper hinge cover before installing a built-in wine cellar.