Question about U-Line 15WC Wine Cooler
Unplug the wine cooler before removing any panels or screws. If the plug is hidden behind cabinets or in another hard-to-reach location, you can flip the breaker switch that controls the power to the kitchen. Locate the thermostat on your wine cooler.
Use needle-nose pliers to remove the wires from the ends of the thermostat's terminals. Grip the wires close to the end and gently tug until the slip-on connectors pull away from the terminal. Do not pull from the middle of the wires because they are thin and can break easily. Remove any screws or clamps holding the thermostat in place. Set the new thermostat in place and reconnect any clips, clamps or screws. Replace any inside panels, screws or clips that you removed. Plug the wine cooler cord back into the electrical outlet or flip the breaker back on, and wait for the unit to cool down.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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