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Its really hard to determine without proper diagnosis, but are you sure it indeed has a compressor? does it run ? Does it have a circulating fan inside? A lot of the wine coolers I've dealt with were "Peltier" coolers. They use electronics to cool usually only to about 10deg below room temp. They require a load ( in this case wine bottles ) to operate properly. They don't have a cold control like a refrigerator.
take shelves off. temp display unit in middle of shelf is where circuit board is for testing. pull middle unit forward and unscrew back panel. check lines for leak. color should look like a teal green. thats where your leak will be. Need tech. for the rest.......good luck!!!!
if suction line is warm and pressure line hot . sounds like comp is trying to do its job / ck the fans and they may be slow or not going . spilling of the wine did not cause problem . .. but now is the time to correct the problem .. mm / ps if unit is running like you state the you might look at the ref charge . as it may be low . mm . hope this hs helped . feed back pls .. mm
I don't think you'll be able to do this without some modifications to the unit. The wine cooler is designed to blow cold air into the bottom section, and the top section cools down by spillover of cool air flowing between the glass door and the temperature control panel.
I guess if you could figure out a way to turn the panel that separates the top from the bottom you could make it work. You'd have to switch the temperature sensing leads on the thermostat inside that panel(that would be pretty easy) and you'd probably want to flip the LED indicators so they read right-side-up. The main issue would be that the screw holes for mounting that separator panel are all on the bottom, but when you flipped it, they would be on top with no holes in the walls to screw them into. If you are willing to do that, you might be able to make it work as you would like.