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NewAir AWR-290DB Owner's Manual

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AWR-290DB
29 Bottle Compressor
Wine Cooler
OWNERS MANUAL
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Manual v1.2

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  • Page 1 AWR-290DB 29 Bottle Compressor Wine Cooler OWNERS MANUAL Read and save these instructions. Manual v1.2...
  • Page 2 Count on NewAir. As a proud NewAir owner, welcome to our family. There are no robots here, real people shipped your product and real people are here to help you. Contact Us:...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Installation ......................8 Operating Instructions ..................9 Cleaning & Maintenance ................... 10 Wine Storage Guide ................... 11 How Long Should I Store My Wine? ..............10 Troubleshooting....................12 Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty ..............14 SPECIFICATIONS AWR-290DB ODEL 110-120V OLTAGE 1.2A URRENT 60Hz REQUENCY...
  • Page 4: Register Your Product Online

    REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT ONLINE Register Your NewAir Product Online Today! Take advantage of all the benefits product registration has to offer: Service and Support Diagnose troubleshooting and service issues faster and more accurately Recall Notifications Stay up to date for safety, system updates and recall notifications...
  • Page 5: Safety Information & Warnings

    SAFETY INFORMATION & WARNINGS When using any electrical appliance, basic safety precautions must be followed in order to reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock and/or injury to persons or property. Be sure to read all instructions before using this appliance and observe the following safety tips: Attention: To avoid the risk of child entrapment, do not allow children to operate, play with, or crawl inside the unit.
  • Page 6: Parts List

    10. Carbon filter 18. Glass point 11. Lower zone Fan 19. Handle 5. Exhaust window 12. Lower zone Light 20. Lower Hinge 6. Lower zone 13. Shelf 21. Lock temperature 14. Lower zone NTC 7. Upper zone point temperature newair.com...
  • Page 7 ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT D IAGRAM...
  • Page 8: Installation

    Clean the interior surface of the unit with lukewarm water and a soft cloth. • • Place the cooler on a level surface that will be strong enough to support the unit when it is fully loaded. To level your cooler, adjust the front feet located at the bottom of the unit. newair.com...
  • Page 9: Operating Instructions

    OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO USE THE BUTTONS ON THE DISPLAY PANEL Raise the desired Lower the desired temperature. * temperature. * * To set the upper zone temperature, press the UP or DOWN button on the control panel. The interior temperature of the upper zone can be adjusted in increments of 1 degree between 40°F and 50°F (5°...
  • Page 10: Cleaning & Maintenance

    Securely tape down all loose parts located inside the unit. • • Turn the leveling feet up to the base in order to avoid damage. Tape the door shut. • • Be sure the cooler stays in an upright position during transportation. newair.com...
  • Page 11: Wine Storage Guide

    WINE STORAGE GUIDE The ideal temperature for storing red or white wines is 55°F, with humidity • between 60% and 75% RH. • Store corked bottles on their sides, to keep the cork from drying out and allowing air into the bottle. UV rays make wine age faster, so keep bottles out of direct sunlight.
  • Page 12: Troubleshooting

    See above. lot of noise. The fan may be Check the fan to make obstructed sure there is no debris or obstruction. If not, contact the manufacturer. The door will not close The unit is not leveled. See above. properly. newair.com...
  • Page 13 Problem Possible Causes Solution The door is not Check the door hinges properly installed. to make sure they are properly installed. The seal is weak. Replace the seal on the door. Replacements can be acquired from the manufacturer. The shelves are out of Make sure the shelves position.
  • Page 14: Limited Manufacturer's Warranty

    Partially or completely dismantled appliances Excess wear and tear by the user • Replacement parts and/or units will be new, re-manufactured or refurbished and is subject to the manufacturer’s discretion. For technical support and warranty service, please email support@newairusa.com. newair.com...