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Whynter Product Manuals and Troubleshooting

Product Manuals


Whynter 92 Bottle Dual Zone Refrigerator Wine Cooler BWR-0922DZ

Whynter 166 Bottle Refrigerator Wine Cooler BWR-1662SD

Whynter 164 Bottle Dual Zone Refrigerator Wine Cooler BWR-1642DZ

Whynter Elite 40 Bottle Dual Zone Refrigerator Wine Cooler BWR-401DS

Troubleshooting

 

Possible Cause: There is a power failure. 

Solution: Ensure the appliance is plugged in and the power outlet has power.


Possible Cause: The appliance is not plugged in. 

Solution: Ensure the appliance is plugged in and the power outlet has power.


Possible Cause: A house fuse has blown or the circuit breaker is tripped. 

Solution: Replace the broken fuse or reset the breaker.

 

Possible Cause: The set temperature is too high. 

Solution: Adjust the set temperature


Possible Cause: The appliance is placed too close to a heat source. 

Solution: Keep the appliance away from the sunshine or other heat sources.


Possible Cause: The door is opened too often. 

Solution: Close the door tightly and do not open the door too frequently or for a long period of time.


Possible Cause: The door is not closed completely. 

Solution: Close the door tightly and do not open the door too frequently or for a long period of time.


Possible Cause: The door gasket does not seal properly. 

Solution: Ensure the door gasket is not loose.


Possible Cause: The front bottom grille does not have sufficient ventilation 

Solution: The front bottom grille must be completely unobstructed.


Possible Cause: The ambient (room) temperature is too low or too high. 

Solution: Decrease or increase the ambient (room) temperature.


Possible Cause: A large amount of contents has been added to the appliance. 

Solution: To minimize internal temperature fluctuation, do not add large amount of contents at once.

 

Possible Cause: The door is opened too often. 

Solution: Close the door tightly and do not open the door too frequently or for a long period of time.


Possible Cause: The door is not closed completely. 

Solution: Close the door tightly and do not open the door too frequently or for a long period of time.


Possible Cause: The door gasket does not seal properly. 

Solution: Ensure the door gasket is not loose.


Possible Cause: The noise may come from the flow of the refrigerant 

Solution: It is normal as each cooling ends, you may hear gurgling sounds caused by the flow or refrigerant in the appliance.

 

Possible Cause: Contraction and expansion of the inside walls may cause popping and crackling noises. 

Solution: Some popping or crackling noises are normal. They are caused by expansion and contraction


Possible Cause: The appliance is not level 

Solution: Make sure the cooler is on a hard and level surface. Do not place the appliance on carpet.


Possible Cause: The appliance is not level. 

Solution: Make sure the cooler is on a hard and level surface. Avoid placing the appliance on a carpeted or soft surface.

 

Possible Cause: The door was reversed and not properly installed. 

Solution: Correctly install the door.


Possible Cause: The shelves are out of position. 

Solution: Correctly install the shelves.

 

Possible Cause: E0 indicates the communication error for 3 zone models 

Solution: Call for service


Possible Cause: E1 or E2 indicates that the air temperature sensor is failed 

Solution: Call for service


Possible Cause: 

E3 or E4 indicates that the defrost sensor in the evaporator is failed” 

Solution: Call for service


Possible Cause: E5 indicates the defrost heater failure 

Solution: Call for service


Possible Cause: 

E7 indicates the door switch failure

 

Solution: Call for service


Possible Cause: 

ED indicates that the door has been left open for more than 60 seconds
 

Solution: Close the door


Possible Cause: “Door has been opened for more than 60 seconds
 

Solution: Close the door


Possible Cause: The appliance door being opened too often 

Solution: Do not open the door more often than necessary

 

Possible Cause: The ventilation opening being covered or too dusty 

Solution: Clear the obstructions and clean the dust


Possible Cause: A lengthy interruption to the power supply 

Solution: Leave the appliance to work for a while until the set temperature has been reached.


Possible Cause: A large amount of bottles has been added to the unit 

Solution: Leave the appliance to work for a while until the set temperature has been reached.

 

Possible Cause: The display temperature is out of the range 

Solution: Only temperatures within the range 16~99°F/-9~37°C the appliance can display will be shown. If the temperature is not within this range, the icon — will be displayed instead. That is normal.

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Very good countertop wine refrigerator