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PDF Content Summary: Solutions pour la mise en valeur & le service du vin* Mode d’emploi • Technical Manual • Gebrauchsanweisung Modo de empleo • Mode d’emploi • Technical Manual Gebruiksaanwijzing • Modo de empleo • Mode d’emploi • Istruzioni per l’uso • Gebrauchsanweisung GB WELCOME You have just purchased a EuroCave Professional product – thank you for your custom. We take particular care in manufacturing our products in terms of their design, ergonomics and ease of use. We hope that you will be completely satisfied with this product. PLEASE NOTE The information contained in this document may be changed without warning. EuroCave Professional offers no guarantee for this appliance when it is used for purposes other than those for which it was designed. EuroCave Professional shall not be held responsible for any errors contained in this manual or for any damage linked to or resulting from the supply, performance or use of this appliance. This document contains original information, which is protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. Photocopying, reproducing or translating this document, whether partially or completely, is strictly forbidden, without EuroCave Professional’s prior written consent. This appliance is intended solely for storing wine. It is not designed to be used by people (including children) with reduced mental, sensorial or physical abilities, or by people who have no experience or knowledge, unless they have first received instructions on how to use the machine or are supervised by a person responsible for their safety. Children must be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. If the power lead is damaged, it must be replaced by a special cable or unit available from the manufacturer or its customer service department. WARNING: - Ensure that the air vents in the appliance’s cavity and the flush-fitting structure are unobstructed. - Do not use mechanical devices or other means to speed up the defrosting process other than those recommended by the manufacturer. - Do not damage the refrigeration circuit. - Do not use electrical appliances inside the wine storage compartment, unless they have been recommended by the manufacturer. - Do not store in this appliance explosive substances such as aerosols containing flammable propellant gas. This appliance is intended for domestic and similar applications such as: - kitchenettes reserved for staff of shops, offices and other professional environments; - gites and use by guests of hotels, motels and other environments which are residential in nature - hotel rooms; - the food service industry and other similar applications except for retail sale. There is a name plate inside the cabinet. The name plate provides various technical information and safety notice with a yellow flame triangle label, name and chemical symbol of the refrigerant. The refrigerator contains flammable refrigerant (R600a: iso-butane). Requirements to ensure gas safety and safe use of refrigerators: The refrigerator system behind and inside the refrigerator contains refrigerant. Do not allow any sharp objects must come into contact with the refrigeration system. - Do not use electrical appliances inside the wine cabinet. Childrend should be supervised to ensure that the refrigerator should be used properly. Do not use the mechanical devices or other means to accelerate the defrosting process, unless they are of the type recommended by the manufacturer. Do not block the openings on the circumstances of the refrigerator. - In case of having damaged the refrigerant circuit, do not use electic items or fire equipments nearby, and open all the windows to provide good ventilation. Please also contact your local maintenance agent to follow up - Do not remove the bottom grill of the cabinet unless it is recommended by the manufacturer. Do not place directly the wine bottles without the grill. - The use of an extension cord is not recommended. - DANGER: Risk of child entrapment. Before you throw away your old wine cabinet: - Take off the doors - Leave the shelves in place so that children may not easily climb inside. The warning labels mentioned above should be kept throughout the life of the refrigerator. The user manual should be handed over to any person who would use or handle the refrigerator whenever the refrigerator would be transferred to another location and delivered to a recycling plant;

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Our priority is helping you to find the best solutions for your wine storage needs...To do so, EuroCave Professional has drawn on its considerable expertise to combine the 6 essential criteria for serving wine: Temperature The two enemies of wine are extreme temperatures and sudden fluctuations in temperature. A constant temperature allows wine to reach its full potential. Humidity It is an important factor, allowing the corks to retain their sealing qualities. The level of humidity must be above 50% (ideally between 60 and 75%). Protection from light Light, particularly its ultraviolet component, causes wine to deteriorate very quickly by irreversible oxidation of tannins. It is therefore strongly recommended that you store your wine in a place protected from U.V. light. Lack of vibration Vibration disturbs wine’s long development process and is often fatal for your finest wines. The “Main Du Sommelier” supports adapt to the shape of the bottle and protect it from vibration (anti-vibration technology). Circulation of air A constant supply of fresh air prevents mould from developing in your cabinet. EuroCave Professional cabinets benefit from a ventilation system by breather effect, which makes it very similar to the ventilation system found in a natural cellar. Storage Moving bottles around too often is harmful to your wine. Having suitable shelving which limits handling is essential. Thank you for placing your trust in EuroCave Professional. Standard temperatures for serving wine French wines Australian wines CONTENTS 1 - Description of your wine cabinet 6 2 - Power supply 7 3- Protecting the environment and saving energy 7 4 - Installing your wine cabinet 7 I - Door reversibility 8 5 - Layout – Storage 11-14 I- Adding or changing the position of a sliding shelf 12 II- Adding or changing the position of a storage shelf AXUH2 14 III- Assembly and use of shelf labels 14 6 - Commissioning your wine cabinet 15 I Connection and powring up 15 II-A Description (1 temperature model 6074V, 6182V) 15 II-B Temperature setting 15 III-A Description (2 temperatures model (6170D) 16 III-B Temperature setting 16 IV-A Description (multi temperatures model (6074S, 6182S) 17 IV-B Temperature setting 17 V - Relative humidity level display 18 VI - Setting the lighting mode 18 VII - Charcoal filter meter display 18 7 - Everyday maintenance 19 8 - Operating faults 20 9 - Energy and technical features 20-21 10 - Storage simulation 111-112 5GB

6GB A Cabinet body B Setting and control panel C Lighting (2 LEDs or 4 LEDs on 6170D model) D Light strip (optional extra - except 6170D model) E Breather hole + Active charcoal filter except 6170D model F Door catch G Sliding shelf H Cabint body stiffener (large models only) or shelf separating the 2 compartments includes the stiffener (6170D model only) - do not remove I Storage shelf J Grill K Humidity cartridge - 1-temperature model only L 2 adjustable feet for levelling M Lower hinge (x2) N Product identification label O Fresh air vent (except 6170D model) P Door (fitted with a handle and a dual-action lock) Q Upper hinge R Condensate collection tray with outlet hole S Detachable handle (Full Glass doors only) T Three screws, three caps (Full Glass doors only) J Grill K Humidity cartridge - 1-temperature model only L 2 adjustable feet for levelling M Lower hinge (x2) N Product identification label O Fresh air vent (except 6170D model) P Door (fitted with a handle and a dual-action lock) Q Upper hinge R Condensate collection tray with outlet hole S Detachable handle (Full Glass doors only) T Three screws, three caps (Full Glass doors only) 1 - DESCRIPTION OF YOUR WINE CABINET AB QCEP DFGHIOJKNRML ST

4 - INSTALLING YOUR WINE CABINET Unpacking • When your cabinet is delivered, check the outside for signs of damage (impact, warping...). • Open the door and check that the various elements inside are intact (walls, Main du Sommelier supports, hinges, bottle support...). • Remove the protective elements found inside and outside your cabinet including the lower hinge protector (see diagram (1)) • Fit the cap (see diagram 2), found in the accessories bag, used for sealing the hole in the lower hinge. Precautions • Do not place your cabinet in an area liable to flood. • Do not place your cabinet close to a source of heat or expose it to direct sunlight • Prevent water from splashing on any parts of the rear of the machine. • Arrange the power lead so that it is accessible and does not come into contact with any of the appliance’s components. • Tilt the cabinet slightly backwards in order to adjust the front feet (by screwing or unscrewing them) so that you can level your cabinet (spirit 1 level recommended). 2 2 - POWER SUPPLY The The wine wine cabinet’s cabinet’s power power lead lead has has a a plug, plug, to to be be plugged plugged into into a a standard standard earthed earthed outlet outlet to to prevent prevent any any risk risk of of electric electric shock. shock. For cabinet Ensure earthed protected (30 *Not mA*) your applicable must that and personal by be the a that to circuit correctly some socket your safety, breaker countries. installation is earthed. the correctly wine is Have Have the the power power supply supply socket socket checked checked by by a a qualified qualified electrician electrician who who will will check check that that it it is is correctly correctly earthed earthed and and will will carry carry out, out, if if necessary, necessary, work work to to ensure ensure that that the the socket socket complies complies with with current current standards. standards. Contact your usual EuroCave Professional retailer to change the power lead if it is damaged. It must be replaced by a EuroCave Professional original manufacturer’s part. If If correspond correspond you you are are moving moving to to the the to to country country a a foreign foreign (voltage, (voltage, country, country, frequency). frequency). check check that that the the supply supply characteristics characteristics of of the the cabinet cabinet 3 - PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT AND SAVING ENERGY Disposal of packaging All packaging used by EuroCave Professional is made from recyclable materials. After unpacking your cabinet, take the packaging to a refuse collection point. For the most part, it will be recycled. Recycling: a caring gesture Electrical and electronic equipment can have a harmful effect on the environment and human health owing to the presence of hazardous substances. You should never therefore trash electronic and electrical equipment with unsorted municipal waste. When purchasing a new EuroCave Professional product, you can entrust recycling of your old appliance to your EuroCave Professional retailer. Speak to your EuroCave Professional retailer. He will explain the removal and collection arrangements set up in the EuroCave Professional network. In compliance with legislation relating to protecting and caring for the environment, your wine cabinet does not contain C.F.C.s or H.C.F.Cs. To save energy •Install your wine cabinet in a suitable location (see following page) and observe the recommended temperature ranges. • Keep the door open for as short a time as possible. •Ensure that the door seal is in good working order and that it is not damaged. If it is, contact your EuroCave Professional retailer. Disable any unusable appliances by unplugging them and cutting off the power lead. 7GB

8GB Precautions (Continued) • For 1-temperature models only, place the humidity cartridge (located in your cabinet’s “accessories” bag) in the base of the cabinet, under the grid, in the tray provided (see diagram below). When using for the first time, immerse the entire cartridge in water for a few minutes to saturate it then drain it thoroughly. • Install the stop (which is located in the accessories bag) at the back of the cabinet (see diagram). • This allows a space of 7 cm to be maintained between the wall and the rear of the cabinet. This spa ce allows your cabinet’s power consumption to be optimised. • Place the 2 caps in the 2 holes at the top of the cabinet. • Do not push the caps all the way in, in order to allow the rear stop to be installed. • Slide the rear stop between the caps and the wall of the cabinet, then push the 2 caps all the way in. Installation Place your cabinet in the desired location. It must: • be open to the outside and well ventilated (not in an enclosed cupboard, for example), • not be too damp (utility room, laundry room, bathroom...), • have a flat, stable floor, • be supplied with power (standard outlet, 16 A, earthed with 30mA* circuit breaker). (* not applicable to some countries). When moving your cabinet, never tilt it more than 45°, and always on its side (on the opposite side of the flexible lead). • Place your cabinet in the desired location. • Fit the charcoal filter (located in the “accessories” bag) by inserting it into the breather hole located on the top left-hand side of the inside of your cabinet (except 6170D model). 4 - INSTALLING YOUR WINE CABINET • Take the lead and plug it into the connector, located at the back of the cabinet, on the bottom left-hand side. • Wait 48hrs before plugging in your cabinet • When using your cabinet for the first time, the charcoal filter alarm will display. Reset the filter meter to 365 (see chapter 6, § VII). Fitting the handle 1. Full Glass door • Unscrew the three screws placed on the side of the door, using the Allen wrench, which you will find in the handle's box. View from above Handle Seal Front Door frame Fig.2 • Position Fig.3 the handle on the specially designed groove on the door frame (figure 2). • Insert the handle all the way into the groove using a forward movement (figure 2). • Screw the three screws back on (figure 3). • Take care not to catch the seal when screwing. Note: adjustment of the handle is possible thanks to the oblong holes. 2. Glass door with black frame and plain door The handle can be found in its protective bag. It is attached to the rack at the bottom of your cabinet. • Move the seal away from the handle position. • Screw the 2 screws using the Allen key (3 mm) provided in the bag of accessories. • Reposition the seal ensuring that it is correctly clipped in place. Installing two cabinets side by side N.B.: If you are placing two cabinets side by side, ensure that you leave a gap of at least 1 cm between each cabinet. Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Fig.3

re 3 ame ent the g of ve a the llen 4 - INSTALLING YOUR WINE CABINET I. Door reversibility (Full Glass only) x3 x3 x3x4 A B C D E F G H J x2 1 2 4 7 A Upper hinge H Door pin B Caps J Door pin cap C Caps D Torx screw E Hex screw F Door catch G Lower hinge This allows you to change the direction in which the door opens. Follow the instructions below (example for changing a right-hand door into a left-hand door): 5 Unscrew the door pin. 6 Carefully remove the cap using a thin blade and assemble the pin in its place. Reposition the cap on the opposite side 3 1 Unscrew the three screws using a "T25" Torx wrench. 2 Remove the upper hinge. 3 Carefully remove the caps using a thin blade. 4 Remove the cabinet door by opening it slightly, then lifting it upwards. 11 Put in place the upper hinge. 12 Screw the hinge so that the door is completely parallel to the cabinet. Check that the door seal adheres well to the cabinet (by closing the door), 7 Unscrew the two screws and the door catch. Unscrew the two screws on the opposite side and remove the two washers. 8 to ensure that it is completely air-tight. 13 Put in place the caps. 9 Turn the door through 180°. Warning: the door is very heavy. Take any necessary precautions to ensure that you do not injure yourself or drop it. 10 Put the door back on its pin. 12 1113 8 Mount the door catch on the desired opening side, using screws. Replace the washers, then the screws, on the side opposite the door catch. 9GB

10GB 4 - INSTALLING YOUR WINE CABINET View from above Lock Lock Bottles must be arranged so that they do not come into contact with the back wall. If this happens, the condensation created on the wall may trickle onto the shelves and damage the bottle labels. In addition, contact with the cold wall may create a frost point, which is harmful to your wine. Seal Front Door frame Handle 15 14 14 As the door has turned 180 degrees, reposition your handle above 16 Position the handle on the specially designed groove on the door the lock (Full Glass doors only): Unscrew the three screws placed frame. Insert the handle all the way into the groove using a forward on the side of the door, using the Allen wrench (2,5 mm), which you movement. will find in the handle's box. 17 Screw the three screws back on. Take care not to catch the seal 15 Remove the three caps. when screwing. 18 Replace the three caps. Replacement of the LEDs on the control panel must only be carried out by a qualified electrician. 16 18 17

Different types of storage Standard storage equipment Articulated presentation kit for ACMS2 shelves Ref.: AOPRESAR2 Capacity: 77 bottles Max weight: 100 kg Capacity: 22 bottles Capacity: 32 bottles The layout of your cabinet can be modified according to your requirements. Refer to pages 111-115 to see storage simulations. 1- A white marker pen is supplied in the accessories bag. It allows you to write on the shelf labels (“PLUS” equipment) in order to identify your bottles. 2- glossy black front 3- light wood front • Layout advice Your EuroCave Professional wine cabinet has been designed to safely hold a maximum number of bottles. We recommend that you observe the following advice to optimize loading. • Distribute your bottles as uniformly as possible over the various cabinet shelves, in order to spread the weight. Also In the same way, place one or two bottles of each of your different wines on the sliding shelves and keep spare bottles on the storage shelves. You then simply replace bottles when they are consumed. • When using your wine cabinet, never pull out more than one sliding shelf at a time. ensure that none of the bottles is touching the rear wall of the cabinet. • Spread the load over the entire cabinet rather than placing NB: Never modify the position of the stiffener in your cabinet (see description page 6) without first consulting your retailer bottles all at the top or all at the bottom. • Observe the loading instructions for the specific storage layout and never handle this part when the cabinet is loaded. of your cabinet and never stack bottles on a sliding shelf. • If you have sliding shelves, it is preferable to position them in the upper section of your cabinet to facilitate daily access. Note: adjusting an ACMS/ACHH/ACGMS sliding shelf When you purchase your cabinet, the sliding shelves are already adjusted to ideally suit the internal dimensions of your appliance. If you purchase a new sliding shelf, you may have to carry out this adjustment. To do so, unscrew the screws 1 of the first right or left runner 2 (2 screws) then position the runner at the desired width and tighten the screws. Repeat this process for the second runner (if necessary). Articulated presentation kit for ACMS shelves Ref.: AOPRESAR Capacity: 22 bottles Capacity: 32 bottles Storage equipment available as an optional extra (equipment "PLUS") 5 - LAYOUT – STORAGE Your EuroCave Professional cabinet was designed to be adaptable. Its storage equipment adapts to your requirements and can be added to over time. Universal storage shelf Universal sliding shelf Ref.: AXUH fitted with "Main du sommelier" supports Ref.: ACMS Capacity: 77 bottles Capacity: 78 bottles Capacity: 12 bottles Max weight: 100 kg Max weight: 100 kg Champagne sliding Serving sliding shelf shelf Ref.: ACVH Ref. : ACHH Capacity: 10 bottles Capacity: 7 bottles Capacity: 20 bottles Display shelf Ref.: ACPH Universal storage shelf1 Ref.: AXUH2B2 Ref.: AXUH2W3 2 1 2 Magnum sliding shelf fitted with "Main du sommelier" supports Ref.: ACGMS Universal sliding shelf fitted with "new generation Main du sommelier"supports1 Ref.: ACMS2B2 Ref.: ACMS2W3 Bordeaux storage shelf Ref.: AXBH 11GB

12GB A. Putting in place the back section of the guide B. Putting in place the front section of the guide

Wall Guide C. Then place the sliding shelf ACMS Guide Sliding shelf ACMS 2The latch of the soft-close device may not be locked (left runner). It is essential to lock it before positioning the sliding shelf on the runners. Ensure that the latch is correctly positioned at the front. If it is not, pull it towards the front to lock it. a. b. I. Adding or changing the position of a sliding shelf If the sliding shelf is already in place in your cabinet: • Completely unload the sliding shelf. • Then remove the sliding shelf by sliding it towards you whilst lifting the front section. • Remove the slide guides from the walls, marking off the right guide and the left guide. • Refit the slide guides (see diagram below). Wall 5 - LAYOUT – STORAGE Wall Guide Guide Guide Wall

5 - LAYOUT – STORAGE a. 1 2 c.b.d. e.f. g. 1 2 1 TAC ! 2 1 2 Place your shelf on the left and right runners and start by locking the back section of the shelf. Slide the shelf along until the back fasteners of the shelf lock into Then place the front studs of the shelf into the slots provided in the slots provided in the runners. the front section of the runners. It is necessary to jiggle the shelf in order to make the studs slot into the holes. Tip: Start by inserting the left stud. The right stud will then easily slot into the oblong hole. Note: In order to prevent the shelf from tipping, ensure that the studs on each side of the shelf are pushed all the way into the holes before pushing the shelf back in. 13GB 14GB II. Adding or changing the position of a storage shelf AXUH2 a. 1 2 b. c. d. 1 back wall 2

Note: to install a storage shelf the back section of which rests on the ledge, located at the back of the cabinet, fit 2 rack support pins at the front to support the front section of the shelf (pins supplied in the accessories bag). The same applies if you place a storage shelf just above the stiffener, position two rack support pins at the back of the cabinet (for large models only). III. Assembly and use of shelf labels (supplied with ACMS2 and AXUH2 shelves) The shelf labels in epoxy coated steel allow you to identify your bottles and locate them easily. White marker pen supplied in the accessories bag (erasable). b. c. 5 - LAYOUT – STORAGE 6 - COMMISSIONING YOUR WINE CABINET 1. Connection and starting up Wait 48 hours before plugging in your wine cabinet. To switch it on, press and hold down button for 5 seconds. Have your plug checked (presence of fuses, amps and 30 mA circuit breaker). Do not plug several cabinet into a multi-socket. II-A. Description (1-temperature 6074V, 6182V model) A Lighting N mode M B Open door alarm C Temperature zone D Sensor fault alarm E Temperature alarm F Charcoal filter alarm G Confirmation and setting access key H Setting and selection keys To recommend ensure that that your you fill cabinet it to at functions least 75 % optimally, we of its capacity. A B EDC F G H I L K J The tactile keys are very sensitive. There is no need to apply force, only a light touch is required to register the command. Remember to remove your finger from the panel between each press. 5 sec. Press and hold down the key for 5 seconds to start up. 1 Press and hold down the key for approximately 5 seconds. The display will start to flash 3 Press the button to confirm I Lighting mode confirmation and access key J Charcoal filter meter access key K Standby key L Humidity level alarm M Relative humidity level display N Heater in-use light O Compressor in-use light P Temperature display II-B. Temperature setting The value shown on the display is the actual temperature inside the cabinet. It is therefore necessary to wait before your new setting takes effect. • The default setting is 12 °C / 54°F (ideal maturing temperature). However, you can set the temperature from 5 to 20 °C / 41 to 68°F. • Recommended temperature setting range for maturing wine: 10 -14 °C / 50 - 57°F. N.B.: to function correctly, your cabinet must be placed in a room with a temperature of 10 - 35 °C / 50 - 95°F (solid door) or 10 - 30 °C / 50 - 86°F (glass door). Transforming cabinet: serving serving • • (temperature This serving for for cabinet cabinet temperature white you red cabinet wine: can your wine: can setting to use recommended bring wine recommended therefore your possible your maturing 1-temperature white be from setting setting used cabinet or 5 into cabinet red wines - 20 °C / range: range: 15 6 as a red a wine as to the 41 - 68°F): -10°C -18 °C/ / or white serving correct a wine 2 Press the or keys to set the desired temperature 43 59- - 50°F 64°F wine 15GB 16GB 6 - COMMISSIONING YOUR WINE CABINET III-A. Description (2-temperature 6170D model) A B EDC F G H I L K J III-B. Temperature setting Chilling compartment temperature setting range: 5 to 11°C / 41 to 52°F. Red serving temperature compartment temperature setting range: 15 to 20°C / 59 to 68°F. 5 sec. 5 sec. The value shown on the display is the actual temperature inside the cabinet. It is therefore necessary to wait before your new setting takes effect. The tactile keys are very sensitive. There is no need to apply force, a light touch is sufficient to register the command. Remember to remove your finger from the panel between presses. N M A Lighting mode H Setting and selection keys B Open door alarm I Lighting mode access and confirmation key C Red serving temperature compartment temperature J Power button zone (lower compartment of the cabinet) D Sensor fault alarm E Temperature alarm F Chilling compartment temperature zone (top compartment of the cabinet) G Confirmation and setting access key K Chilling compartment temperature display L Hot circuit indicator M Cold circuit indicator N Red serving temperature compartment temperature display Appuyer 5 s sur la touche pour la mise en route. 1 Press and hold down the key for approximately 5 secs. The display will start to flash. N.B: in order to operate correctly, your cabinet must be placed in a room with a temperature of 10 - 35 °C / 50 - 95°F. (solid door) or 10 - 30 °C / 50 - 95°F. (glass door) 2 Press the or keys to set the desired temperature in the serving temperature compartment. 3 Press the button to confirm. The temperature display of the chilling compartment will flash. 4 Press the or keys to set the desired temperature in the chilling compartment. 5 Press the button to confirm. 6 - COMMISSIONING YOUR WINE CABINET IV-A. Description (multi-temperature 6074S, 6182S model) A EDCB F C G H I The tactile keys are very sensitive. There is no need to apply force, a light touch is sufficient to register the command. Remember to remove your finger from the panel between presses. O N M L K J A Lighting mode I Lighting mode access and confirmation key B Open door alarm J Charcoal filter meter access key C Temperature zones concerned K Power button D Sensor fault alarm L Highest temperature in cabinet display E Temperature alarm M Hot circuit indicator F Charcoal filter alarm N Cold circuit indicator G Confirmation and setting access key O Lowest temperature in cabinet display H Setting and selection keys IV-B. Temperature setting Recommended temperature setting range for the lowest temperature: 7 - 9 °C / 45 - 48 °F. Recommended temperature setting range for the highest temperature: 17 - 20 °C / 63- 68 °F. 5 sec. Press and hold down the key for 5 secs to power up. 1 Press and hold down the key for approximately 5 secs. 3 Press the button to confirm. The right-hand display will flash. 4 Press the or keys to set the desired temperature. 5 Press the button to confirm. 2 Press the or keys to set the desired temperature. The display will start to flash. The value shown on the display is the actual temperature inside the cabinet. It is therefore necessary to wait before your new setting takes effect. • For the lowest temperature, the default setting is 8 °C / 46°F. However you can set the temperature between 5 - 12 °C / 41 - 54°F.. • For the highest temperature, the default setting is 18 °C / 64°F.. • However you can set the temperature between 15 - 22 °C / 59 - 72°F. N.B: in order to operate correctly, your cabinet must be placed in a room with a temperature of 12-30°C / 54-86°F. 17GB 18GB 6 - COMMISSIONING YOUR WINE CABINET V. Relative humidity level display (1-temperature model only) Your wine cabinet has a function for measuring humidity levels, allowing you to see the level of relative humidity inside the appliance, when the setting is 9 - 15° C. The ideal level of humidity is above 50% and ideally between 60 and 75 %. VI. Setting the lighting mode When using the filter for the first time or replacing it, set the meter to 365. 1 Press the key. The display will flash. 3 Press the to confirm The alarm display will switch off If you want to increase the level of relative humidity in your cabinet, pour the equivalent of one glass of water into the duct of the tray located on the bottom right-hand side of the cabinet. 2。 1 Press the key. The indicator of the active mode will flash 2 Press the or keys to select the desired mode. 3 Press the key to confirm There are 3 setting options for lighting: Permanent lighting (mood lighting for a cabinet fitted with a glass door, for example). Precaution : bright light, never look directly at the LED beam. Lighting which comes on when the door opens (it is switched off when the cabinet door is closed). Lighting disabled VII. Charcoal filter meter display (except modèle 6170D) 2 Press the key to set to 365. The charcoal filter must be replaced every year. You can consult the meter by pressing the key. In weather "Hygro++" level a particularly of relative conditions humidity humidity dry (e.g. environment kit winter), which inside your allows you and/or can wine you use in cabinet. to not the increase very good the 7 - EVERYDAY MAINTENANCE Your EuroCave Professional cabinet is a tried and tested appliance. Maintenance operations to be carried out approximately once a year • Unplug and unload the appliance. • Clean the water drain at the bottom of the wine cabinet. Pay attention that nothing is blocking this drain. • Regularly vacuum the condenser at the back of the appliance. • Clean the inside of the compartments with water and a gentle cleaning product. • Rinse thoroughly. • Dry it with a soft rag. • Replace the active charcoal filter in the breather hole at the top of your cabinet • Remove the charcoal filter manually. It is available from your usual retailer. It must be replaced by an original manufacturer’s part. • Check that the seals are in good condition. It is often necessary to clean the door seal. Using unsuitable cleaning products can cause premature ageing of the seals. Certain rules must therefore be followed: whenever you clean the seal, always rinse off any cleaning product with clear water. All traces of cleaning product must be removed from the seal. EuroCave Professional only recommends using a mild soapy solution. If this proves insufficient, it is possible to occasionally use an ethanol-based solution, provided that the concentration used is less than 10% and that the seal is then rinsed thoroughly with clear water. Regular faults provides to monitoring you your with retailer many of your will years ensure cabinet of faithful that and service. your reporting appliance any Maintenance of the optional extra “PLUS” equipment: • Clean the light strip with a microfibre or soft cloth only. Never use cleaning products containing alcohol. • To remove text, written using the white marker pen, from the bottle identification supports ("premium" equipment), use a damp cloth. • To clean the fronts of the shelves: - use a microfibre or soft cloth only - only use water or a cleaning product designed for glass Never use cleaning products containing acetone, spirit or alcohol, white spirit or synthetic thinners which could damage the front of the shelf. Caring for glass elements: • To clean the glass elements of your cabinet (all doors and the glass handle supplied with Full Glass doors only), use a non-abrasive soft cloth which has had a suitable glass cleaning product applied to it. 19GB 20GB 8 - OPERATING FAULTS Possible incidents Causes Corrective actions The pictogram is displaying The temperature has Check that the door is correctly closed. not returned to within Check the condition of the door seal. the ±4 °C threshold If you placed a large amount of bottles in your cabinet in the last few hours, wait a while then check again. If the alarm is still displaying, contact your EuroCave Professional retailer. The pictogram is still displaying even though I have taken the corrective actions above The use of glass doors can alter your wine cabinet’s performance in some extreme temperature conditions. Operating fault Unplug the cabinet and contact your EuroCave Professional retailer. The pictogram is displaying Open door alarm Make sure that the door is correctly closed. The pictogram is flashing The level of relative humidity has been < 50 % for over 72 hrs • Pour a glass of water into the duct of the tray (see chapter 7, § IV). • In order to know how often to add water, count the number of days separating the 1st day you added water and the day when the pictogram was displayed After a few hours, the pictogram will disappear. The appliance cannot lower the level of humidity to the desired value • Empty the cabinet, remove the humidity cartridge and clean the tray. • Remove the tube placed at the back of the tray. The humidity will be directly discharged out of the appliance. Call the EuroCave Professional retailer if the problem persists despite having carried out these different operations. The pictogram is displaying Charcoal filter alarm Replace the charcoal filter (see chapter 4). The pictogram is displaying Temperature sensor fault alarm Contact your EuroCave Professional retailer. If your appliance does not seem to be working correctly, contact your EuroCave Professional retailer. 9 - ENERGY AND TECHNICAL FEATURES 6000 Height1 Width Depth2 Weight when empty Electrical power3 Recommended (Watts) temperature range mm mm mm Full Glass door (Kg) Glass door (Kg) Solid door (Kg) Min T°(°C / °F) - Max T° (°C / °F) 230V-50Hz (R600a gas) 115V-60Hz (R134a gas) Glass Solid door 1 temperature 6182V 1825 680 690 96 94 89 75 105 0-30 / 32-86 0-35 / 32-95 6074V 960 680 690 60 58 56 65 95 0-30 / 32-86 0-35 / 32-95 2 temperatures 6170D 1825 680 690 100 98 93 65 95 10-30 / 50-86 10-35 / 50-95 Multi-temperatures 6182S 1825 680 690 94 92 87 75 105 12-30 / 54-86 12-30 / 54-86 6074S 960 680 690 58 56 54 70 95 12-30 / 54-86 12-30 / 54-86 Control accuracy: +/- 1°C (2°F), display accuracy: +/- 1°C (2°F). 1- Height including the top hinges and the feet, adjusted to mid-height. 2- Depth including a gap of 29 mm at the back of the cabinet for ventilation. 3- Electrical power per 24hrs measured with an external temperature of 25°C / 77°F and a solid door. 9 - ENERGY AND TECHNICAL FEATURES Data relating to European regulations on power consumption

Ref. Types of doors Energy efficiency rating1 Annual energy consumption AEc2 (Kwh/an) Useful volume (litres) Useful volume (litres) Useful volume (litres) Acoustic emissions (dB(A)) Acoustic emissions (dB(A)) Acoustic emissions (dB(A)) Acoustic emissions (dB(A)) 6000 230V-50Hz (R600a gas) 115V-60Hz (R134a gas) 230V-50Hz (R600a gas) 230V-50Hz (R600a gas) 115V-60Hz (R134a gas) 115V-60Hz (R134a gas) 115V-60Hz (R134a gas) 1 temperature

6182V Solid A+ 128 183 445 37 38 6182V Full Glass A 165 256 445 37 38 6182V Glass A 165 256 445 37 38 6074V Solid A+ 114 165 210 37 38 6074V Full Glass A 146 219 210 37 38 6074V Glass A 146 219 210 37 38 3 températures 6170D Solid A+ 128 183 430 37 38 6170D Full Glass A 165 256 430 37 38 6170D Glass A 165 256 430 37 38 Multi-températures 6182S Solid A+ 128 183 460 37 38 6182S Full Glass A 165 256 460 37 38 6182S Glass A 165 256 460 37 38 6074S Solid A+ 114 165 225 37 38 6074S Full Glass A 146 219 225 37 38 6074S Glass A 146 219 225 37 38 1- Only concerns 230V-50Hz models (R600a gas). 2- Power consumption calculation based on the result obtained over 24 hrs in standard test conditions (25°C/77°F). Actual power consumption depends on the appliance’s location and operating conditions. This appliance is intended exclusively for wine storage. Category of all models: 2 Climate class: Our appliances are designed for use at an ambient temperature of between 10°C and 32°C (50°F and 90°F) (Class SN). Nevertheless, refer to the technical properties tables (p16) for the optimal performance levels of your product.. These appliances cannot be built-in. 3- red serving temperature Standards Your product complies with the following standards: 1T SAFETY - Directive 2006/95/CE Standards EN60335-1: Version 5 - 2010 +A1 + A2 + A11 + A12 + A13 EN60335-2-89 2T EMC - Directive 2004/108/CE

Standard EN55014-1/2 3T ENVIRONMENT - Directive 2010/30/EU Directive 2010/30/EU Regulation 1060/2010 R600a Depending on the country, EuroCave wine cabinets may contain flammable refrigerant gas (R600a: ISO BUTANE).

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1 TEMP. / MULTI-TEMP. 6074V/S T : 60 les Total : 70 bouteilles ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 14 74 74 bouteilles - 74 bottles - 74 Flaschen 74 botellas - 74 flessen - 74 bottiglie 70 bouteilles - 70 bottles - 70 Flaschen 70 botellas - 70 flessen - 70 bottiglie Coulissante - Sliding - Auszugsregale - Deslizante Schuifplateau - Scorrevole Présentation - Presentation - Präsentationsregale - Presentación Presentazione - Presentatieplateaus *Les capacités des armoires sont calculées en configurations usine, avec des bouteilles Bordeaux Tradition. / *The cabinet capacities are calculated in factory configuration using traditional Bordeaux bottles. / *Die Kapazitäten der Schränke werden mit Bordeauxflaschen „Tradition“.in Fabrik-Konfigurationen berechnet. / *Las capacidades de las bodegas están calculadas en configuraciones de fábrica, con botellas Burdeos Tradición. / *De capaciteit van de wijnkasten is berekend in de fabrieksconfiguratie met traditionele Bordeaux-flessen. / *Le capacità delle cantinette per vini sono calcolate in configurazioni di fabbrica con bottiglie bordolesi tradizionali. 111 AOPRESAR /AOPRESAR2 32 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 14 70 10 - 1 TEMP. / MULTI-TEMP. 6182V/S 2 TEMP. 6170D 62 182 6182 6182 ACMS ACMS/ACMS2 12 12 ACMS ACMS/ACMS2 12 12 AOPRESAR ACMS ACMS/ACMS2 12 12 /AOPRESAR2 32 ACMS ACMS/ACMS2 12 12 ACMS ACMS/ACMS2 12 12 ACMS ACMS/ACMS2 12 12 AOPRESAR ACMS ACMS/ACMS2 12 12 /AOPRESAR2 32 ACMS ACMS/ACMS2 12 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS ACMS/ACMS2 12 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS ACMS/ACMS2 12 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS ACMS/ACMS2 12 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS ACMS/ACMS2 12 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS ACMS/ACMS2 12 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS ACMS/ACMS2 12 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 1414 14182 162 182 bouteilles - 182 bottles - 182 Flaschen 182 botellas - 182 flessen - 182 bottiglie 6170 6170 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 14 170 162 bouteilles - 162 bottles - 162 Flaschen 162 botellas - 162 flessen - 162 bottiglie Coulissante - Sliding - Auszugsregale - Deslizante Schuifplateau - Scorrevole *Les capacités des armoires sont calculées en configurations usine, avec des bouteilles Bordeaux Tradition. / *The cabinet capacities are calculated in factory configuration using traditional Bordeaux bottles. / *Die Kapazitäten der Schränke werden mit Bordeauxflaschen „Tradition“.in Fabrik-Konfigurationen berechnet. / *Las capacidades de las bodegas están calculadas en configuraciones de fábrica, con botellas Burdeos Tradición. / *De capaciteit van de wijnkasten is berekend in de fabrieksconfiguratie met traditionele Bordeaux-flessen. / *Le capacità delle cantinette per vini sono calcolate in configurazioni di fabbrica con bottiglie bordolesi tradizionali. Présentation - Presentation - Präsentationsregale - Presentación Presentazione - Presentatieplateaus Coulissante - Sliding - Auszugsregale - Deslizante Schuifplateau - Scorrevole AOPRESAR /AOPRESAR2 32 ACMS/ACMS2 12 AOPRESAR /AOPRESAR2 32 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 ACMS/ACMS2 12 14 150 170 bouteilles - 170 bottles - 170 Flaschen 170 botellas - 170 flessen - 170 bottiglie 150 bouteilles - 150 bottles - 150 Flaschen 150 botellas - 150 flessen - 150 bottiglie Présentation - Presentation - Präsentationsregale - Presentación Presentazione - Presentatieplateaus 112 Leader dans le domaine de la conservation, la présentation et le service des vins depuis plus de 35 ans, EuroCave vous propose des solutions adaptées à chacun de vos besoins. Armoires à vins, rangements, climatiseurs de cave, système de Vin au verre....n’hésitez pas à contacter votre revendeur EuroCave pour toute information complémentaire ! Leader in the wine preservation, presentation and service sector for over 35 years, EuroCave offers you solutions adapted to every one of your requirements. Wine cabinets, storage layouts, cellar conditioners, wine by-the-glass system... don’t hesitate to contact your EuroCave (or Around Wine) dealer for further information! Seit mehr als 35 Jahren führend im Bereich der Lagerung, der Präsentation und dem Ausschank von Weinen schlägt Ihnen EuroCave Lösungen vor, die jedem Ihrer Bedürfnisse angepasst sind: Wein-, Zigarrenklimaschränke, Weinkeller- Kompaktklimaanlagen, Geräte für den glasweisen Offenausschank,Weinkeller- Regalsysteme. Zögern Sie nicht länger, setzen Sie sich mit Ihren EuroCave-Händler in Verbindung,wenn Sie noch irgendwelche Fragen haben! Líder en el campo de la conservación, presentación y el servicio de vinos desde hace 35 años, EuroCave le propone soluciones adaptadas a cada una de sus necesidades. Bodegas, estanterías, climatizadores de bodegas, sistemas de vinos a la copa... ¡Para toda información complementaria, no dude en contactar a su distribuidor EuroCave! EuroCave, al meer dan 35 jaar toonaangevend op het gebied van het behoud, de presentatie en het serveren van wijn, levert oplossingen aangepast aan elke behoefte. Wijnkasten, opbergsystemen, klimaatregelaars, Vin au verre-systeem....neem gerust contact op met uw EuroCave-dealer voor aanvullende informatie! Leader nel settore della conservazione, della presentazione e del servizio dei vini da più di 35 anni, EuroCave vi propone delle soluzioni adatte a ciascuna delle vostre esigenze. Armadi per vini, sistemi di stoccaggio, climatizzatori da cantina, sistema di Vino al bicchiere... non esitate a contattare il vostro rivenditore EuroCave per qualsiasi informazione complementare! -113- eurocavepro.com • contact-pro@eurocave.com


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