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NewAir AW-320ED Instruction Manual

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Thermoelectric Wine Cooler
MODEL: AW-320ED
Please read carefully and follow all safety rules and operating instructions.

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  • Page 1 INSTRUCTION MANUAL Thermoelectric Wine Cooler MODEL: AW-320ED Please read carefully and follow all safety rules and operating instructions.
  • Page 2: Product Diagram

    Product Diagram 1. LIGHT 2. FAN MASK 3. SHELF 4. FOOT 5. HINGE 6.TEMPERATURE DISPLAY 7.TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER 8.DOOR FRAME 9.GLASS DOOR 10.HANDLE Important Safety Instruction To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or injury when using your appliance, follows these basic precautions; Read all instructions before operating the wine cooler.
  • Page 3: Installation Instruction

    Installation Instruction Before using your wine refrigerator Remove the exterior and interior packaging. Check to make sure the following parts are included: 14 slide-out shelves 1 instruction manual Before connecting the unit to a power source, allow it stand upright for approximately 2 hours. This will reduce the possibility of any system malfunctions which may have occurred from handling during transportation.
  • Page 4: Operating Your Wine Refrigerator

    Operating Your Wine Refrigerator It is recommended that you installed the wine refrigerator in a place where the ambient temperature is between 10-26℃(50- 80°F) .If the ambient temperature is above or below recommended temperatures, the performance of the unit may be affected. For example, placing in extreme cold or hot conditions may cause interior temperature to fluctuate.
  • Page 5: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting To troubleshoot your wine cooler, follow the suggestions below to address the most common problems before seeking assistance from a service center: PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSES • The wine cooler will not operate. The unit may be plugged in using a different voltage. Also, the circuit breaker may be tripped or there is a blown fuse.