Question about Emerson (025806803716) Wine Cooler
It's between 55 and 65 degrees fahrenheit. If you're storing a lighter red wine, you'd want to keep it on the lower end (55 degrees). And for the darker (deep) red, you'd want to keep it on the higher end (65 degrees). All white wines should be on the lower end, and below. You can drop down to 50 degrees if you'd like. I hope this helps. Good Luck!
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
same problem, can not fix. Had a authorized service tech who said that you can not add freon to this unit, the only option is to plant flowers in it.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
Do you hear it running? Usually there are two things that happen with wine coolers when they get warm. The first is a faulty cold temperature control, failing to turn the unit on despite our attempt. You should have one, possibly two or more fans. If you have any, and they do not run no matter where you set control, that is likely your problem. If you dont have any fans - you will likely have a black plate with some "bubbles" around the back and side walls, Then you may have to have a service company test your compressor, to see if the compressor itself or the starter has failed.
Assuming the other motors on the cabinet are running, you've narrowed your problem down to 2 things, the compressor itself, or the start device has failed. Without the proper tools you wont be able to test the compressor first. My advice, go to repair clinic . com, see what a starter will cost you, if you can find a repairman to check your compressor for cheaper than what it costs to buy starter, well there you go. Either way, if its the compressor thats bad, you wont want to spend the money to replace, unless you have a built in worth several thousand, or physical constraints of kitchen prevent you from buying new fridge.
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Posted on Mar 22, 2010
It's 1 of 3 things...
A. The fans are not turning. Remove the back, and see if the fans are getting 12 volts, and spinning freely. Remove them and clean off the dust from the heat sink.
B. The Peltier Chip is shot. If the fans run, check for 12 volts on the power connector that's on thelower left of the curcuit board. If there's power, but no cooling, the Peltier is shot. These are available from E-bay for ~$13, but it's a major dissassembly to get it out.
C. If you don't get 12 volts to the fans or the Peltier chip, replace the circuit board.
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
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