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A build-in wine cooler is designed to be built into exiting
counter and cabinetry. Build in wine cooler includes a front ventilation system
which channels the heat forward from the unit, just like any other wine cooler.
Wine Coolers are a great choice for many wine enthusiasts. Wine Coolers & Accessories can be placed virtually anywhere in the home and Wine Coolers offer either a single or dual temperature control zone. A wine accessory is generally any equipment that may be used in the storing or serving of wine.
there is a wide variety of dual zone wine cooler and theirprices range from around $300 up to $3000 and even more, depends on their and manufacturer. I recommend taking a slightly bigger wine cooler thanintended since once you have your wine cooler you start getting more and morewines and you'll end up with no room...just google dual zone wine coolers
Turn the temperature dial to the lowest temperature setting. Wait 24 hours for the wine cooler to reach the desired temperature. Also, turn the wine cooler off and inspect the fan. If the fan if it's running or not.
Lastly, check the compressor.
These are the areas that could make your wine cooler stop cooling; the temperatue settings (Thermostat), then Fan and the compressor.
Check these three areas and let me have a feed back.