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E12 flashing in temperature display what does it mean

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SOURCE: bottles in candy wine cooler ccv 150bl are not cold enough even with thermostat is turned to cold is there any way to solve this

Check the condenser is clean, and the inside not iced up. Is there a fan inside? Check all is operating normally. When you say it is not cold enough, what temperature are you trying to reach? For keeping / storing wine, 8 to 10 c should be fine. For chilling before drinking, take the wine to a domestic fridge to get it to 4c

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Candy wine cooler CCV 150BL will not auto defrost why


Hello Kim Carey,

Wine coolers are actually just like every other refrigerator
(just smaller (designs do vary)).

They even share common parts: AUTO DEFROST
is a very common point of failure...

I tried to pull up you "mini-frig" to offer parts houses (spares)
but got prices back in Pounds... (So I'm guessing you can have better success than I... from here (USA, Cali... SF/Napa)...

Try searching for spares with
"spares Candy wine cooler CCV-150BL"

In any case... Three things can cause a DEFROST FAILURE
- DEFROST TIMER
- HEATER ELEMENT
- DEFROST THERMOSTAT


If you can check your parts list... get your ORIGINAL
numbers from your manufacturer. BEFORE buying any parts...

If you want to trouble shoot there are some really easy things to check... Do take pictures before you start... a simple wire mix-up and your cute little wine cooler gets MAGICALLY turned into an expensive wine rack... (consider having a service person)...
((then break it yourself for free)).

The timer is a simple clock motor and a couple of contacts
(keeping in mind there are HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES and moving FAN blades inside MOST wine coolers ... Use a marker and put a dot on the timer center shaft (red in this picture) and the body... if those dots don't change (move apart) after a few hours your timer motor is the trouble... Take a picture and make noted of which color is on what TERMINAL.

I'm going to put up some USA PARTS as a visual aid
THESE ARE NOT YOUR PARTS...
and you will need a volt meter & circuit DRAWING to do further testing... Look right on the back of the COOLER or in your
original owners documents.

Comment me back if you want to continue...
There a very simple test you should perform before EVER putting a NEW DEFROST THERMOSTAT in your unit...

I'll be around. Good luck...!!
Be safe... (unplug that thing before putting your hand in there).

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The temperature in my wine rack went under 12 Celsius does it means that my wine is ruined?


When it comes to cooler degrees the only thing you should be worried about is the time that will take your bottles to age. When the temperature is below 10 Celsius the aging process stops but there is no danger to your wine at all.

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Can I install a thermoelectric wine cooler as a built-in cooler?


No. If a thermoelectric wine cooler were built-in, it would not be able to dispel the heat it emits and the fridge would not be able to reach the necessary temperatures.

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Other than temperature, is there any other reason not to store wines in a regular fridge? I don't mind my wines being slightly cooler and I can always leave them on the counter for 10 minutes bef


Aside from temperature, humidity is a major concern. The low humidity levels can cause the cork to dry/shrink allowing room for both air and other food odors to enter the bottle and tamper with the quality of the wine inside. Wine coolers offer an optimal humidity level of 50-80% needed to keep your wine in good condition.

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Do I need a wine cooler to store my wines or can I store them in a normal refrigerator?


The purpose of a wine cooler is to store wines at their proper temperatures in a proper manner. Wine coolers are set to higher temperature ranges than other systems simply because wine should not be kept as cool as other beverages.

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What is a single zone wine cooler?


A single zone wine cooler allows you to store only red/white wine correctly. The cooler has only one temperature control and one space for storing your wines.

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What kind of cooler should I get if I plan on storing both red and white wines in the same fridge?


You need a dual zone wine cooler. They have two temperature controls and the storage space is divided in such a way that each temperature control has its own section inside the cooler; allowing you to store both red and white wines properly.

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Instruction manual for dihl wine cooler 32 bottles


i have a dihl 21 bottle dual control wine cooler. the temperature display keeps flashing and won't set, this is now happening with both top and bottom ... how do i fix it

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Bottles in candy wine cooler ccv 150bl are not cold enough even with thermostat is turned to cold is there any way to solve this


Check the condenser is clean, and the inside not iced up. Is there a fan inside? Check all is operating normally. When you say it is not cold enough, what temperature are you trying to reach? For keeping / storing wine, 8 to 10 c should be fine. For chilling before drinking, take the wine to a domestic fridge to get it to 4c

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The door was not shut good, so i turned the wine cooler off and defrosted it overnight, but i still have E5 error code flashing.


e-5 means that the unit is 10 degrees warmer then setpoint. If you just close everything up and let it run the e5 should disappear when it gets within the temperature.

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