Wine & Beverage Center FAQs


Haier - Starting a New Beverage Center

Before plugging the unit in:If it was transported on its side, the unit should be stood upright for an equal amount of time as it was on its side before plugging it in.If it was on its side for more than a day, leave standing for 24 hours before running.If it was laying on its side just briefly to s...

Haier - Defrosting a Compact Refrigerator

Haier compact refrigerators are not self-defrosting (frost free) and may require occasional defrosting depending on use. Defrost whenever frost on the wall of the freezer compartment becomes 1/8" thick. Do not use metal instruments to clear ice or frost from the unit.To defrost the refrigerator:Remo...

Haier - Wine Cellar Leveling

The wine cellar has four leveling legs, one leveling leg in each corner. After placing your wine cellar in the desired location, make sure that it is level from front to back and side to side.The leveling legs can be adjusted by turning them clockwise to raise or counterclockwise to lower.The wine c...

Haier - Wine Cellar Runs Too Much

These factors contribute to a wine cellar running too frequently or too long:Room is hot and/or humid. The wine cellar will run more if the room has high humidity or high temperature.The wine cellar door is ajar. Make sure nothing is blocking it from closing.Doors may have been opened freq...

Haier - Beverage Center Normal Sounds

It is normal for a beverage center to make gurgling, bubbling, or slight vibration noises. These sounds are a result of the refrigerant moving through the lines in the cooler. This sound may be amplified if the unit is in an enclosed space or on a wood floor.Clicking sounds as the temperature c...

Haier - Wine Cellar Thermoelectric Cooling

Thermoelectric (also referred to as semiconductor) wine cellars offer high reliability and low maintenance while precisely maintaining the set temperature for storing wine.Because thermoelectric wine cellars do not use a compressor for cooling there is minimal noise and vibration. In addition to bei...

Haier - Wine Cellar Food Storage

Do not store foods in wine cellar. The interior temperature may not be cool enough to prevent spoilage or the temperature may cause bacteria growth.

Haier - Wine Cellar Cleaning and Maintenance

Wine Cellar Cleaning:InteriorUnplug or disconnect power.Prepare a cleaning solution of 3-4 tablespoons of baking soda mixed with warm water. Use sponge or soft cloth, dampened with the cleaning solution, to wipe down your freezer.Rinse with clean warm water and dry with a soft cloth.Plug in or recon...

Haier - Wine Cellar Transporting and Storage

Moving the refrigerator:When moving, always move the refrigerator vertically. Do not lay the unit on its side to move. For long vacations or absences:Empty food from refrigerator and freezer.Unplug the unit.Prop doors open, so air can circulate inside.

Haier - Beverage Center Leveling

Your beverage center has two leveling legs which are located in the front bottom corners of your unit. After properly placing your beverage center in its final position, you can level it.Leveling legs can be adjusted by turning them counter clockwise to raise your beverage center or by turning them ...

Haier - Ice Build Up Inside Beverage Center

Ice build up normally indicates the door is not sealing properly, the doors have been opened and closed frequently or the doors have been left open for a long period. Inspect the door gasket for to be sure the door is sealing all the way around the perimeter of the door.If you continue to have probl...

Haier - Beverage Center Transporting and Storage

Transport the Beverage Center upright if possible. If it must be transported on its side:Stand the unit upright for at least 2 hours before plugging it in.If it was on its side for more than a day, leave standing for 24 hours before running.If it was laying on its side just briefly to service, ...

Haier - Wine Cellar Door Alignment

To adjust the door alignment, especially after initial installation:Make sure the wine cellar is unplugged.Remove the top hinge cover by using a flathead screwdriver. Place the head under the front edge of the cap and gently lift.Gently move wires aside.Loosen the top hinge screws using a Phillips h...

Haier - Wine Cellar Operating Noise

Your wine cellar has exterior fans to maintain the set cooling temperature during periods of warm room temperature or heavy use. It is normal to occasionally hear air circulation sounds.

Haier - Beverage Center Clearances

To ensure your beverage center works at the maximum efficiency it was designed for, you should install it in a location where there is proper air circulation and electrical connections.Check the Owner's Manual for the recommended clearances for your specific model.

Haier - Beverage Center Temperature

The normal temperature range of a wine or beverage cooler is between 34°F and 46°F. Please note that the temperature may fluctuate +/- 2F.

Haier - Wine Cellar Shelving

The shelves are chrome plated for appearance and easy cleaning. To clean, remove shelves and use mild dish soap and water.

Haier - Beverage Center Not Getting Cold

If your beverage center is not getting cold:Verify the unit is plugged in to a working outlet.Make sure the unit is turned on and that the thermostat control is set to a cold temperature setting.Frequent door openings.Allow time for warm items to reach a cold temperature.Check gaskets for ...

Haier - Wine Cellar Power Interruption

In the event of a power outage due to a thunderstorm or other cause, unplug the wine cellar from the electrical outlet. When power has been restored, plug the power cord back into the power outlet.

Haier - Wine Cellar Interior Lighting

Wine cellars are equipped with LED interior lighting. These lights are designed to last for the life of your wine cellar; however, if the light stops operating, please contact a qualified technician for replacement.During normal operation it is best for the light to remain Off. To turn the light On ...

Haier - Wine Cellar Installation Location and Clearance

Your wine cellar is designed for freestanding installation only. It should not be recessed or built-in.Installation considerations:Do not install your wine cellar in any location not properly insulated or heated, e.g. garage, attic, etc. Your wine cellar was not designed to operate in temperature se...

Haier - Wine Cellar Error Codes

Error and fault codes help a technician diagnose issues with the wine cellar. If the wine cellar is displaying an error, check the chart below for possible error code resolutions:Fault CodeDescription/Reason  Solutions LLLL flashes with buzzing alarm. This means the related ...

Haier - Wine Cellar Not Available in California

Starting April 19, 2017, the sale of Haier wine cellars (chillers) has been restricted in the state of California. These units will not be available to purchase in California going forward.

Haier - Wine Cellar Not Coming On / Not Running

If your wine cellar is not working at all:Verify the wine cellar is plugged into a working outlet.Check if there is power to the wall outlet.Make sure the unit is turned on and that the thermostat control is set to a cold temperature setting.If you continue to have problems, please contact Haier App...

Haier - Beverage Center Manual Defrost

Under normal operating conditions, the beverage center is designed to self defrost during periods when the cooling system cycles off. Under conditions of extreme heat and humidity, and/or prolonged or frequent dooropenings, you may notice frost build up on the cold plate on the interior rear wall. T...

Haier - Difference Between Beverage Center and Refrigerator

A beverage center is smaller than a traditional refrigerator. Because of the smaller size, the unit uses less energy which can save you money on your electrical bill. It is usually designed explicitly for holding cans and bottles.

Haier - Wine Cellar Temperature Range

Dual Zone Wine Cellar Temperature RangeUpper Zone can be to 54°F - 66°F (12°C-18°C)Lower Zone can be set to 46°F - 66°F (8°C -18°C)Thermoelectric Wine Cellar Temperature RangeThe temperature adjustable is between 46°F - 66°F (8°C -18°C), however if the ambient room temperature is 77°F or greater, th...

Haier - Wine Cellar Clearances

To ensure your wine cellar works at the maximum efficiency it was designed for, you should install it in a location where there is proper air circulation and electrical connections.Check the Owner's Manual for the recommended clearances for your specific model.

Haier - Beverage Center Installation Location and Clearance

Your beverage center is designed for freestanding installation only. It should not be recessed or built-in.Installation considerations:Provide proper air clearances. To ensure your refrigerator works at the maximum efficiency it was designed for, you should install it in a location where there is pr...

Haier - Beverage Center Reversing the Door Swing

The door hinges are factory installed on the right-hand side. If you want the doors to open from the opposite direction, you can reverse the door swing.Reversing the door:Before you begin, unplug the refrigerator, or disconnect power.The door is heavy and fragile and the door front is glass. To avoi...

Haier - Wine Storage

Bottle StorageBottles are stored horizontally to keep corks moist and swollen. This prevents air from entering the bottle, thus avoiding oxidation.It is always better to have the cellar well stocked. More mass (bottles) controls the temperature better, preventing the compressor from running too freq...

Haier - Wine Cellar Use of Extension Cord

Avoid the use of an extension cord because of potential safety hazards under certain conditions. If it is necessary to use an extension cord, use only a 3-wire extension cord that has a 3-blade grounding plug and a 3-slot outlet that will accept the plug. The marked rating of the extension cord must...

Haier - Wine Cellar Running But Not Getting Cold or Wine Is Warm

The actual cabinet temperature in a thermoelectric (thermal electric) unit is dependent on the ambient temperature in the room. You may set the cabinet temperature range, but the unit may not reach the preset temperature if the room is too warm.For this model, when the ambient temperature is 77...

Haier - Wine Cellar External Fan Filter

Over time dirt, dust and hair will collect on the fan filter, causing the cooling system to not function properly. To maintain optimum cooling and product longevity, remove and clean the fan filter at least once every 6 months.To clean:Unplug or disconnect power.Locate the fan filter on the rea...

Haier - Wine Cellar Temperature Control

The actual internal temperature in a thermoelectric wine cellar is dependent on the room temperature.About the temperature control:When first plugged in, the LED will display the room temperature. Then, the internal temperature will appear in the display.Wait at least 30 minutes to allow the wine ce...

Haier - Beverage Center Cleaning and Maintenance

Beverage Center Cleaning:InteriorUnplug or disconnect power.Remove shelves and let warm to room temperature.Do not clean glass shelves or covers with warm water when they are cold. Shelves and covers may break if exposed to sudden temperature changes or impact, such as bumping.Glass shelves and cove...

Haier - Wine Cellar Moisture on Interior

If you experience moisture on the inside of the wine cellar, this can occur during high humidity periods or after prolonged or frequent door openings. Make the door is sealing properly an clean if necessary.

Haier - Beverage Center Condensation Between Glass on Door

Condensation on the door glass is normally an indication of the door not being closed properly or something on the door gasket preventing a tight seal.Cleaning door gaskets:Clean door gaskets every 3 months with a cleaning solution of 3-4 tablespoons of baking soda mixed with warm water. Gaskets mus...

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