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PDF Content Summary: EN WELCOME Mode d’emploi User Manual Gebrauchsanweisung Modo de empleo Gebruiksaanwijzing Istruzioni per l’uso 用户手册 Thank you for purchasing a product from the EuroCave brand. We take great care in designing products that are ergonomic and user-friendly. We hope that you will be completely satisfied with this product. The information in this document may change without notice. EuroCave does not guarantee this appliance when it is used for purposes other than those for which it was designed. EuroCave shall not be held responsible for any mistakes in this manual or for any damage connected to or resulting from the supply, performance or use of this appliance. This document contains original information protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. Photocopying, reproducing, fully or partially translating this document are strictly forbidden without EuroCave’s prior written consent. This appliance is only designed to store wine. This appliance is not designed to be used by people (including children) with reduced mental, sensory or physical abilities or by people lacking experience or knowledge, unless they are supervised or have been given instructions on how to use the appliance by someone responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. If the power lead is damaged, it must be replaced by a lead or special unit available from the manufacturer or customer services. WARNING: – Ensure that the air vents inside the appliance’s cavity remain unobstructed at all times. – 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 cooling circuit. – Do not use electrical appliances inside the wine storage compartment unless these 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 use in domestic and similar applications such as: – kitchenettes for staff of shops, offices and other work environments, – gites and use by guests of hotels, motels and other environments residential in nature, – environments such as hotel rooms, – the food service industry and other similar applications except for retail sale. You will find a product identification label inside the wine cabinet. This product identification label provides several pieces of technical information as well as safety instructions, notably the triangle logo, the name and chemical symbol of the refrigerant.
WARNINGS – The cabinet contains flammable refrigerant gas (R600a: isobutane). Conditions to ensure gas safety and safety when using the wine cabinet: – The cooling system at the back of and inside the cabinet contains refrigerant. – No sharp objects must come into contact with the cold circuit. – Do not use electrical appliances inside the wine cabinet. – Do not obstruct the openings. – If the cold circuit is damaged, do not bring electrical appliances or flames near to the wine cabinet. Open all of the windows to ensure that your room is well ventilated. Contact an approved repair service. – Using an extension cord is not recommended. Danger: risk of children climbing inside a faulty cabinet. Before disposing of your wine cabinet: – Remove the door. – Leave the shelves inside the wine cabinet. In this way, children will find it difficult to get inside. The warnings given above must be retained throughout the lifetime of the cabinet. The operating instructions must be given to anybody likely to use or handle the cabinet and when the cabinet is transferred to a different place or delivered to a recycling plant. 5EN CONTENTS WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF EUROCAVE Our greatest wish is to find the best solutions for your wine storage needs...To do so, EuroCave has drawn on its considerable expertise to bring together the 6 criteria essential for storing wine: 1 - Description of your wine cabinet 24 Temperature The two enemies of wine are extreme temperatures and sudden changes in temperature. A constant temperature allows wine to reach its full potential. 2 - Power supply 25 Humidity It is a vital criterion, allowing the corks to retain their sealing qualities. Humidity levels must be above 50% (ideally 60 - 80%). 3 - Protecting the environment and saving energy 25 Protection from light Light, in particular its ultraviolet component, very quickly causes wine to deteriorate by irreversible oxidation of tannins. 4 - Installing your wine cabinet 25-28 In this way, it is strongly recommended that you store your wine in a dark place or protected from U.V. light. I – Installing the charcoal filter 25 Lack of vibration II – Setting the feet and fitting the covers 26 Vibration disrupts wine’s long development process and is often fatal for fine wines. Acting as a casing, the “Main Du III –Filling the “Hygrocontrol System” humidity control tray 27 Sommelier” bottle supports adapt to the shape of and protect each bottle from vibration (anti-vibration technology). IV – Different installations 28 Air circulation Constantly renewed air prevents mould from forming in your cabinet. EuroCave cabinets benefit from a ventilation system 5 - Layout – Storage 29-31 by breather effect, making it very similar to a natural cellar. I – Changing the position of a sliding shelf 29 Storage II – Assembling and using shelf labels 31 Moving your bottles around too often is harmful to your wine. Having suitable storage to reduce handling is essential. 6 - Using your wine cabinet for the first time 31-34 Thank you for placing your trust in EuroCave. I – Connecting and starting up 31 II – Description 31 III – Choice of temperature setting unit (°C / °F) 32 IV –Setting the lighting mode 32 Standard wine serving temperatures V – Setting the lighting intensity VI – Charcoal filter 32 33 French wine Australian wine A – Resetting the charcoal filter meter 33 Alsace 10 °C Cabernet franc 16 °C B – Changing the charcoal filter 33 Beaujolais 13 °C Cabernet sauvignon 17 °C VII – Disabling the audible warning signal of the alarms 34 Sweet white Bordeaux wines 6 °C Chardonnay 10 °C VIII – Placing the screen on standby 34 Dry white Bordeaux wines 8 °C Merlot 17 °C Bordeaux reds 17 °C Muscat à petit grain White Burgundy wines 11 °C Pinot noir 6 °C 15 °C 7 - Everyday maintenance 35 Burgundy reds 18 °C Sauvignon blanc 8 °C Champagne 6 °C Semillon 8 °C Jura 10 °C Shiraz 18 °C 8 - Operating faults 35-36 Languedoc-Roussillon 13 °C Verdhelo 7 °C Provence Rosé 12 °C Savoie 9 °C Other wines 9 - Technical features and energy data 36 Dry white Loire wines 10 °C California 16 °C Sweet white Loire wines 7 °C Chile 15 °C Loire reds 14 °C Spain Rhône wines 15 °C Italy 17 °C 16 °C 10 - Storage simulations 117 Sweet wines from the South-West 7 °C Reds from the South-West 15 °C 6 EN 7EN B 1/ DESCRIPTION OF YOUR WINE CABINETQNO The wine cabinet’s power lead has a plug, to be plugged into a standard earthed outlet to prevent any risk of electric shock. Have the power supply socket checked by a qualified electrician who will confirm whether or not it is earthed and will, if necessary, carry out work to make it compliant. Contact your usual EuroCave retailer to replace the power lead if it is damaged. It must be replaced by a EuroCave manufacturer’s part. If you are moving to another country, check whether or not the characteristics of the cabinet correspond to the country (voltage, frequency). Disposing of packaging The packaging used by EuroCave is made from recyclable material (except for the various foam wedges). 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 is potentially harmful to the environment and human health owing to the presence of hazardous substances. You should never therefore trash electrical and electronic equipment with unsorted municipal waste. When you purchase a new EuroCave product, you can entrust recycling of your old appliance to your EuroCave retailer. set + AC DEFIJA Cabinet body B Control panel C Hygrocontrol System– humidity control tray D Charcoal filter E Lighting – 4 LEDs under each shelf + 4 LEDs under the control panel F Sliding shelf G Door catch H Fixed shelf (stiffener) – do not remove I Decorative panel RPN Speak to your EuroCave retailer, he will explain the removal and collection procedures set up in the EuroCave network. In accordance with legislation on respecting and protecting the environment, your wine cabinet does not contain C.F.C.s or H.C.F.C.s To save energy • Install your cabinet in a suitable location (see next page) and observe the temperature ranges provided. • Keep the door open for as short a time as possible. • Ensure that the door seal is in good condition and that it is not damaged. If it is, contact your EuroCave retailer. Disable unusable appliances by unplugging them and removing the power lead. HG M K L J Powerlead (2 metres) K 4 adjustable feet L 4 feet covers M Lower hinge N Product identification label O Condensate collection tray with outlet hole P Door (built-in handle and dual action lock) Q Electric switches for lighting the shelves R Upper hinge 8 EN 9EN 2/ POWER SUPPLY For cabinet Ensure earthed protected * not your applicable must that and by personal a be the that to circuit correctly some socket your safety, breaker countries. installation earthed. is 3/ PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT AND SAVING ENERGY 4/ INSTALLING YOUR WINE CABINET the wine correctly is (30 mA*). Unpacking • When your cabinet is delivered, check the outside of it for signs of damage (dents, buckling...). • Open the door and check that the inside of your appliance is intact (walls, Main du Sommelier bottle supports, hinges...). • Remove the protective elements placed inside and outside your cabinet. Precautions • Do not place your cabinet in an area likely to flood. • Do not place your cabinet close to a source of heat or anywhere it can come into contact with direct sunlight. • Prevent water splashing onto the entire back section of the appliance. • Arrange the power lead so that it is accessible and does not come into contact with any of the appliance’s components. • Set the feet in order to level your cabinet (see chapter 4 § II). If there is a problem, contact your EuroCave retailer. It is strongly recommended that you remove the bottles before moving the cabinet. 10 EN 11EN 4/ INSTALLING YOUR WINE CABINET N.B.: Only use genuine EuroCave parts. 3 The tray must be filled until the water reaches the fill mark, located below the filling hole. 4/ INSTALLING YOUR WINE CABINET Installation Move your cabinet to its desired location. It must: • be open to the outside to allow air circulation (not placed inside a cupboard...), • not be too damp (linen room, laundry, bathroom...), • have a flat, stable floor which can withstand 450 kg, • have a power supply (standard outlet, 16 A, earthed with circuit breaker, 30 mA* (* not applicable to some countries). When 45° the and power moving always lead. your on its cabinet, side, on never the opposite tilt it more side than of • Move your cabinet to its intended location. • Wait 48hrs before plugging it in. • When used for the first time, the charcoal filter alarm will display. Reset the filter meter to 365 (see chapter 6, § VI). Door security In order to secure your cabinet, the Royale wine cabinet is fitted with a lock. I. Installing the charcoal filter Install the charcoal filter (located in the “accessories” box) via the inside of the cabinet, placing it in the hatch located under the control panel. 1 Unscrew the button of the charcoal filter hatch, under the control panel. 3 Insert the charcoal filter (EuroCave label facing you) located in the “accessories”box, taking care to first remove the protective plastic. 2 The hatch willopen. 4 Push the hatch upwards and screw the button back on. II. Setting the feet and installing the covers The distance between the centre of the cabinet feet is 515 x 748 mm. N.B.: Setting the feet and fitting the covers must be carried out by a EuroCave installer. 1 Using a 19 mm open-ended spanner anda spirit level, set the feet of your cabinet so thatit is completely stable. 2 To help you, place thecover opposite the foot, so thatthereis no space between thecover and the floor. 3 Fit the covers onto each foot, by sliding them into the runners provided. III. Filling the “Hygrocontrol System” humidity control tray When using your wine cabinet for the first time, the humidity control tray – Hygrocontrol system – must be filled. This tray automatically humidifies the cabinet. It must be refilled every 6 months to a year, when the low humidity level alarm displays. N.B.: Do not unscrew the tray’s transparent panel to fill it. A hole is provided. Risk of tray overflowing if it is filled to the brim. Respect the maximum level. 1 Remove the “ Hygrocontrol System ” humidity control tray from its slot. 2 Fill the tray with water (preferably demineralized), by pouring it into the’hole provided. 5/ LAYOUT – STORAGE The number of Main du Sommelier supports on each shelf can be adjusted according to the type of bottles stored (Magnums, Champagne, Bordeaux...). Universal sliding shelf fitted with “New Main du Sommelier” support Ref: ACMSR (Stained black ash front) Wine cabinet layout advice Your EuroCave wine cabinet is designed to safely hold a maximum number of bottles. We recommend that you observe the following advice in order to optimise loading. • Ensure that you distribute your bottles as uniformly as possible over the shelves of your cabinet, in order to distribute the weight over as large an area as possible. • Also ensure that you distribute your bottles uniformly over the height of the wine cabinet (avoid loading all the bottles at the top or all the bottles at the bottom). • Observe the loading instructions according to the type of storage equipment your cabinet has, and never stack bottles on a sliding shelf. • Fill the cabinet to more than 75% of its capacity to ensure a uniform temperature. When using your wine cabinet, never pull out more than one sliding shelf at a time. I. Changing the position of a sliding shelf The shelf in the centre of your cabinet is fixed. It is used as a stiffener and cannot be removed. The other shelves in the cabinet can be moved. If your sliding shelf is already positioned 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. • Then proceed to set up the sliding shelf (see diagrams below). The latch of the soft close device cannot be latched (left runner). It is essential to latch it before positioning the sliding shelf on the runners. Ensure that the latch is positioned towards the front. If it is not, pull it forwards to latch it. a. b. 12 EN 13EN Installing the cabinet with the back to a wall If you place your cabinet with its back to the wall, install the stop at the top, at the back of your cabinet. It is located in the accessories bag. Installing the cabinet in a corner 1 Remove the screws located at the back of your cabinet, at the top, usinga screwdriver. 2 Screw the rear stop using these two same screws. 1 Remove the screws fastening the hinge to the door using a T25 screwdriver. 2 Move forward the hinge attachment by one notch on the right. IV. 4/ INSTALLING YOUR WINE CABINET Different installations Installing two cabinets side by side There is no reason why two cabinets cannot be installed side by side. T25 (not supplied) N.B.: If the cabinet is placed in a corner, the door hinge must be fitted so that it does not open more than 90°. T25 (not supplied) 3 Replace the screws on this new pivot fixing hole. 110° 90° Capacity: 9 traditional Bordeaux bottles Capacity: 9 bottles including 7 traditional Bordeaux bottles + 2 magnums Capacity: 5 magnums 5/ 5/ LAYOUT – STORAGE LAYOUT – STORAGE Please note: To configure your cabinet to store magnums (see p.117), place the runners in the notches marked with a. the shape opposite. TAC ! 2 6/ USING YOUR WINE CABINET FOR THE FIRST TIME 2 1 II.Assembling and using the shelf labels The epoxy-coated steel shelf labels allow you to identify your bottles and find 1 them easily. White marker pen supplied in the “accessories” box (erasable). b. c. 2 b. c. Position your shelf along the left and right runners and start by securing the rear section of the shelf. 1 1. Connecting and starting up After waiting 48 hours, plug in your wine cabinet. To switch on, press and hold down the button for 5 seconds. Have your socket checked (presence of correct sized fuses and 30 mA circuit breaker). Do not plug several cabinets into a multi-socket adaptor. d. + set f. e.g. II. Description 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 control between each press. A IH K A Lighting mode adjustmentbutton (3 modes) B Open door indicator C Warning light D Temperature alarm E Compressor status light F Heater status light G Charcoal filter alarm CB D FE G J L Slide the shelf until the rear hooks of the shelf are locked into the Then slot the front studs of the shelf into the slots provided in the slots provided in the runners. front section of the runners. You must jiggle the shelf in order to slot the studs into the holes. Start by inserting the left stud. The right one will then slot naturally into the oblong hole. N M H High humidity level alarm (if flashing) 2 I Low humidity level alarm (filling humidity tray) J Confirmation and settings access key K Setting and selection keys 1 L On/off/standby key M Relative humidity level display (cannot be set) N Temperature display (cannot be set) EN 14 N.B. : in order to prevent the shelf from tipping over, ensure that the studs on each side of the shelf are pushed all the way into the holes, before pulling out the shelf. 15EN 6/ USING YOUR WINE CABINET FOR THE FIRST TIME N.B.: to operate correctly, your cabinet must be placed in a room with a temperature of 0 - 35°C/ 32 - 95°F. Permanent lighting. Lighting comes on when the door opens (it is off when the cabinet door is closed). Lighting disabled. + + set set + set + set 2 sec. + set 5 sec. You can consult the meter at any time by repeating steps 1, 2, 3 then pressing the or key to return to the main menu. III. Choice of temperature setting unit (°C/°F) + set 2 sec. 1 Press and hold down the key for approximately 2 seconds. 2 Press the or keyto choose thedisplay "Unit". 3 Press the button to confirm. 3 Press the button to confirm. 4 Set the lighting intensity with the or keys. 5 Press the . VI. Charcoal filter A. Resetting the charcoal filter meter 1 Press and hold down for approximately 2 seconds the key. 2 Press the or key to choose the “Filter” display. set + 2 secs. + + set set 4 Choose the setting unit (°C or °F) with the or keys. 5 Press the . IV. Setting the lighting mode You have 3 setting options for lighting: Precautions to observe: bright light, never look directly into the beam of the LED. + set 2 secs. + set + set + set N.B.: replacement of the LEDs on the control panel and the shelves must only be carried out by a qualified electrician. At any time you can choose the lighting you require using the lighting mode adjustment button. V. Setting the lighting intensity 1 Press and hold down for approximately 2 secs the key. 2 Press the or key to choose the “Light” display. 3 Press the button to confirm. 4 Press and hold down for approximately 5 seconds the key to reset the meter to 365 days. B. Changing the charcoal filter + set 2 sec. 16 EN 17EN 6/ USING YOUR WINE CABINET FOR THE FIRST TIME 5 Press the button to confirm. In the a display menu, if automatically you do not touch returns any to keys the for 30 seconds, main screen. 2 secs. 5 secs. + set 1 Unscrew the button of the charcoal filter hatch, under the control panel. 2 The hatch will open. 6/ USING YOUR WINE CABINET FOR THE FIRST TIME 7/ EVERYDAY MAINTENANCE VII. Disabling the audible warning signal of the alarms 8/ OPERATING FAULTS When your appliance has a fault, an audible warning may accompany the visual warning. To turn off this alarm this audible warning, simply briefly press the key. Disabling the audible warning signal of the alarms does not disable the visual warnings. The following alarms have an audible warning signal that can be disabled: • Temperature alarm • Low humidity level alarm (after being below 50% for 60 days) • High humidity level alarm (after being above 90% for one week) Your EuroCave wine cabinet is a tried and tested appliance. Maintenance procedures approximately once a year • Unplug and unload the appliance. • Remove any particles that could block the drain pipe located inside the cabinet, on the ledge at the bottom. • Clean the inside of the compartments with water and a gentle cleaning product. • Rinse thoroughly. Dry with the EuroCave microfibre cloth provided. • Glass sections must be polished with the EuroCave non-abrasive microfibre cloth provided, after first cleaning with a glass cleaning product. • Replace the active charcoal filter housed in its hatch under the control panel (see chapter 6, IV). Remove the charcoal filter manually. It is available from your usual retailer. It must be replaced by a manufacturer’s part. • Check that the door seal is in good condition. It is often necessary to clean the seal. Cleaning with unsuitable products can cause premature wear of the seal. You should therefore observe certain rules: Whenever the seal is cleaned, it must be rinsed with clean water. no traces of cleaning product must be left on the seal. EuroCave recommends that you only use a mild soapy solution. If cleaning with this type of Never use a cleaning product containing acetone, petrol or alcohol, white spirit or synthetic thinner, which could damage the front. Possible incidents Causes Corrective action The pictogram is displayed and the alarm is ringing. The button is red. (Temperature alarm) solution proves insufficient, it is possible to occasionally use an an ethanol-based solution, but with a concentration of less than 10 %, and taking care to rinse the seal with clean water. • To remove words written with the white marker pen on our bottle identification labels, use a damp cloth. 3 Remove the existing charcoal filter. 4 Insert the EuroCave charcoal filter (with the EuroCave label facing • Use a damp cloth to clean the fronts of the shelves. • Use the EuroCave microfibre cloth to clean glass or plastic sections of your you), taking care to first remove the protective plastic. cabinet. • Clean the humidity control tray every 1 - 2 years depending on the quality of the water used. Take the tray out of its slot. Unscrew the upper panel and clean the different elements with soapy water. Rinse thoroughly, screw the upper panel back on and fill the tray (see chapter 4). Put the tray back into the slot provided in the cabinet. • Clean the two metal strips used as an electrical contact for lighting the shelves with a damp cloth. • If dust has settled on the ventilation openings on the back of the wine cabinet, simply remove it with a vacuum cleaner. 5 Push the hatchupwards and screw the button back on. N.B.: Only use genuine EuroCave parts. The temperature has been 4°C higher or lower than the selected temperature for at least 24hrs. Check that the door is closed. Check the condition of the door seal. + If you have loaded your cabinet with a large amount of bottles in the past few hours, wait a while then check again. set If the alarm continues, contact your EuroCave retailer. The pictogram is still displayed even though the previous corrective action has been taken. The button is red. (Temperature alarm) Operating fault Unplug the cabinet and contact your EuroCave retailer. • Temperature sensor fault alarm + « Er1 » • “Erh” humidity sensor fault alarm The pictogram is displayed. The • Open door alarm (after 15 minutes) button is red. (Low humidity level alarm) VIII. Placing the screen on standby To place the screen on standby, briefly press the key. Repeat the process to exit standby mode. The cabinet remains in operation when the screen is in standby mode. • Temperature alarm • Low humidity level alarm • High humidity level alarm • Temperature sensor fault alarm + « Er1 » • “Erh” humidity sensor fault alarm • Open door alarm The humidity level has been below 50% for 96hrs. Fill the humidity control tray (see chapter 4). If the alarm continues, contact your EuroCave retailer. The pictogram is displayed, the button is red and the alarm is ringing. (Low humidity level alarm) The humidity level has been below 50% for 60 days. Fill the humidity control tray (see chapter 4). If the alarm continues, contact your EuroCave retailer. The pictogram is flashing. The button is red. (High humidity level alarm) The humidity level has been above 90% for 72hrs. Unplug your appliance then plug it back in again. If the problem continues, contact your EuroCave retailer/customer services. The pictogram is flashing the button is red and the alarm is ringing. (High humidity level alarm) The humidity level has been higher than 90% for a week. Unplug your appliance then plug it back in again. It the is following not possible warning to activate lights standby are on: mode whilst If the problem continues, contact your EuroCave retailer/customer services. The pictogram and Er1 are displayed and the alarm is ringing. The button is red. (Temperature sensor fault alarm) Temperature sensor fault alarm Unplug your appliance then plug it back in again. If the problem continues, contact your EuroCave retailer/customer services. EN 18 19EN 20 EN 8/ OPERATING FAULTS Possible incidents Causes Corrective action Erh is displayed and the alarm is ringing. The button is red. (Humidity sensor fault alarm) 9/ TECHNICAL FEATURES AND ENERGY DATA Humidity sensor fault alarm Unplug your appliance then plug it back in again. If the problem continues, contact your EuroCave retailer/customer services. The pictogram is displayed. The button is red. (Charcoal filter alarm) The charcoal filter has been in place for 365 days. Replace the charcoal filter (see chapter 4). The pictogram is flashing and the alarm is ringing. The button is red. (Open door alarm) The door has been open for 15 minutes. Make sure that the door is properly closed. Royale Height Width Depth Weight Recommended external temperature range mm mm mm Kg Min T° (°C / °F) – Max T° (°C / °F) V-ROYALE-L 1,847 880 617 250 0/35 - 32/95 Setting accuracy: +/-0.5°C (32.9°F), Data relating to European regulations on energy consumption Model Type of door Energy efficiency Annual energy Useful volume Sound emission class1 consumption AEc2 (Kwh/ (litres) (dB(A)) year) Royale 230V-50Hz (R600a gas) 230V-50Hz (R600a gas) V-ROYALE-L Full Glass A 150 436 37 dB(A) 1- Only concerns 230V-50Hz models (R600a refrigerant gas) 2- Energy consumption calculated based on results obtained over 24 hrs in standard test conditions (25°C / 77°F). Actual energy consumption depends on operating conditions and the location of the appliance. These appliances are only designed to store wine. Category of all models: 2 This appliance can not be built-in. Standards Your product complies with the following standards: 1 SAFETY DIRECTIVE 2006/95/EC Standards EN60335-1: 2012 + A11: 2014 EN60335-2-24: 2010 2 EMC DIRECTIVE 2004/108/EC Standard EN55014-1/2 Standard EN62233: 2008 3 ENVIRONMENT Directive 2010/30/EU R600a Regulation 1060/2010 Depending on the country, EuroCave wine cabinets contain a flammable refrigerant gas (R600a: ISO BUTANE)
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