Summary of Content for Candy CCVB 30 UK User Manual PDF
Thank you for purchasing this product... Before using your Wine Coolers, please carefully read this instruction manual in order to maximize its performance... Store all documentation for subsequent use or for other owners... This product is intended solely for household use or similar applications such as: --the kitchen area for personnel in shops, offices and other working environments --on farms, by clientele of hotels, motels and other environments of a residential type --at bed and breakfasts (B & B) --for catering services and similar applications not for retail sale... This appliance must be used only for purposes of storage of food, any other use is considered dangerous and the manufacturer will not be responsible for any omissions... Also, it is recommended that you take note of the warranty conditions...
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or with a lack of experience and knowledge; provided that they have been given adequate supervision or instruction concerning how to use the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved...
This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2012/19/EU on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)... WEEE contains both polluting substances (which can cause negative consequences for the environment) and basic components (which can be re-used)... It is important to have WEEE subjected to specific treatments, in order to remove and dispose properly all pollutants, and recover and recycle all materials... Individuals can play an important role in ensuring that WEEE does not become an environmental issue; it is essential to follow some basic rules:
Service You should not attempt to repair the appliance yourself, as this could cause injury or a more serious malfunction... If you require a service call then please contact the Customer Care Department
A... Power B... Lighting C... Display Window D... Temp... Plus E... Temp... Minus F... Lock / Unlock G... Function Indicator H... C/F Switch
Interior light Note: This LED light has a long life time... Once it is broken, it is mandatory to call aftersales center to get a new one... A replacement made by unqualified people without supervision from electrical engineer would result in electrical shock and injury... o The cooling zone has an interior light... The light can be switched on and
During First Use IMPORTANT: When you use the Wine Cooler for the first time or restart the appliance after it has been turned off for a long time, there could be a few degrees variance between the temperature you select and the one indicated on the LED display... This is normal and it is due to the length of activation time... Once the Wine Cooler has been running for a few hours everything will be back to normal... o When you first switch on the appliance, the compressor will run
each model is as below... o To change temperature range, when the control panel is locked, press the temperature minus button for 3 seconds, the display window will flash "E"--"F"--"H"--"L" in loop with a sound of beep by every pressing...
E (Default) 5 - 12 C (41F-54F) 12 - 22 C (54F-72F) F 2 - 12 C (36F-54F) 12 - 20 C (54F-68F) H 5 - 12C (41F-54F) 8 - 19 C (46F-66F) L 2 - 10 C (36F-50F) 12 - 22 C (54F-72F)
CCVB 15 UK, CCVB 30 UK o To alter what the temperature display is showing, press the Celsius and Fahrenheit switch... This will change the temperature display for both cooling zones...
o The Indicator 1 will flash every 2 seconds when the unit is plugged in; o The Indicator 1 will stay on when the compressor starts to work; o The Indicator 2 will flash every 3 seconds when the heating function of lower zone starts to work; o The Indicator 2 will stay on when the cooling function of lower zone starts to work...
o As many bottles may differ in size and dimensions, the actual number of bottles you are able to store may vary... The maximum storage number is based on standard 0... 75 litre Bordeaux style wine bottles...
o Exposure to light, vibrations or fluctuations in temperature and humidity can all cause wine to spoil... When properly stored, wines not only maintain their quality but many will actually improve in aroma, flavour and complexity as they mature...
Wine Storage Problems Corking- a tiny percentage of bottled wine (about 1%) will suffer from this... The cork reacts with the wine and gives it a musty, unpleasant taste... It is the most common wine storage problem and is caused by harmless bacteria growing on the cork... As unfortunate as this is, there is nothing to do but to discard all of the wine in the affected bottle... This is not to be confused with small fragments of cork floating in the wine itself, which will not impair the flavour... Oxidisation- when wine has been opened and left for longer than a day; it tends to lose its aroma and colour, giving an overall flat taste... The only way to avoid this, it to either drink the wine on the same day it was opened or to use a vacuum device specially designed for removing oxygen from opened wine bottles... If you use such a device, the wine should still be consumed shortly afterwards... Ullage- this is loss of wine from the bottle by evaporation or leakage... Signs of ullage include wine seeping around the cork, a protruding cork or a
stained label... It can happen if the bottle has been allowed to get too warm... The wine may still be drinkable, if the leakage was recent; however, you should be aware that if the wine cools down again, contraction can cause more air to be sucked into the bottle and result in further deterioration... Slight effervescence in still wine- this isnt really a problem with the way the wine has been stored, but as a result of incomplete malolactic fermentation before the wine was bottled... A good way to get rid of the effervescence is to let the wine breathe... Alternatively you can use a bottle vacuum device, after about five minutes the effervescence will vanish... Sediment- this is not normally a problem, however both red and white wines can produce sediment after a number of months in a bottle... The sediment consists of tartrate crystals and is totally harmless... If anything the building of sediment can be considered a good sign because it means that the wine was not subjected to much (if any) filtering, meaning that the flavours and aromas should be preserved better... A good way to get around sediment (if it is a problem) is to stand the bottle upright, the day before opening, so that the sediment can settle to the bottom of the bottle... You can also decant your wine; decanting will open up the flavour of both young and old wines, but younger wines in particular... To decant, pour the wine slowly and evenly into your decanter...
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE WARNING: PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOUR APPLIANCE IS DISCONNECTED FROM Y O U R M A I N S S U P P L Y B E F O R E ATTEMPTING TO CLEAN IT...
CCVB 15 UK, CCVB 30 UK o Move the shelf to the position where the notch of the wooden shelf is directly under the plastic stopper and lift the wooden shelf... Please ensure these are replaced when the shelf is put back... o Make sure the shelves are fully engaged before loading any bottle into the cabinet... Pull the shelves out all the way to the STOPPER position and push them back in several times to make sure the shelves are properly engaged...
Moving Your Wine Cooler If you need to move your Wine Cooler to another location you should follow the steps outlined below... o Remove all items from the Wine Cooler... o Securely tape down all loose items such as the shelves inside of the
INSTALLATION MPORTANT: Before installation and usage read all the instructions and make sure that the voltage (V) and the frequency (Hz) indicated on the rating plate are exactly the same as the voltage and frequency in your home... The rating plate can be found on the front left edge of the inside of the Wine Cooler... The manufacturer declines all responsibility in the event of the installer failing to observe all the accident prevention regulations in force, which are necessary for normal use and the regular operation of the electric system...
o Your appliance should not be located in direct sunlight or exposed to continuous heat or extremes of temperature (e... g... next to a radiator or boiler)... If this is not feasible, then you should install an insulation plate between the appliance and the adjacent heat source...
IMPORTANT: The vent at the base of the appliance is for ventilation... Nothing should be placed in front of this vent; otherwise your Wine Cooler may not operate properly... o A decorative plinth can be fitted to the front of the base vent as long as
be adjusted to level the cabinet on uneven floor surfaces... o We recommend that two people carry out this procedure... o The height must be adjusted prior to building the appliance into the
Reversing The Door Of Your Wine Cooler This appliance has the capability of the door opening from either the left or right hand side... Any parts that you remove from the appliance whilst reversing the door, should be retained for later use...
o Open the glass door and remove the two screws from Pivot Hinge under the right bottom corner of the glass door...
o Take the left top hinge and left lower hinge from the plastic bag that contained this manual then install them in the designated positions on the left side of the cabinet...
o Install the door to the left hinge side by tightening the Support Rod with the 2 screws...
b) Use a hair dryer on its lowest heat setting and lightly heat the areas of the door seal that are not adhering correctly... The heat will make the seal more pliable and this will allow you to manipulate the seal into the correct position...
The rattling noise may come from the flow of the refrigerant, which is normal... As each cycle ends, you may hear gurgling sounds caused by the flow of refrigerant... Contraction and expansion of the inside walls may cause popping and crackling noises... The appliance is not level...
The appliance must be accessible for the engineer to perform any necessary repair... If your appliance is installed in such a way that an engineer is concerned that damage will be caused to the appliance or your kitchen, then he will not complete a repair...
(2) Annual energy consumption based on standard test results for 24 hours... The actual energy consumption will depend on how the appliance is used and where it is located...
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