Changing Filter

By carly, December 11th, 2018

Location of the filter in the cabinet

The unit does not know that you have changed the filter. If you have a *59/*83/*92 Filter replacement icon model, an icon will appear on the screen to advise it is time to change the filter.

You may need to remove the top 2 levels of wine. Simply pull out the old filter and push in the new one. Do not use excessive force, or it will be difficult to remove next time. A light tap is sufficient. 1 size fits all cabinets.
The charcoal filter should be changed every 12 – 18 months and be ordered online here or call 1800 733 621

If this is not done, the cabinet may accumulate condensation due to limited air flow or develop mould.

Keeping My Cabinet Clean

By carly, December 11th, 2018

heat exchangerWe recommend you keep the condenser (heat exchanger) clean on the back of Classic and *56 model Compact units and the lower grill on the front of the *59 range. Doing so will minimise your electricity bill, noise and reduce potential service calls. The cleaner the condenser combined with good air flow around the cabinet, the less your wine cabinet needs to operate.

Cleaning the condenser on the back of the classic and older *56 models just requires brushing down the condenser using any type of duster to remove dust on the grid.

Cleaning the condenser on the front of the *59 range wine cabinet requires the removal of the two screws (using the alan key supplied with the unit) that hold the front grill in place, then simply brush/vacuum off any accumulated dust off the mesh covering the condenser.
Compact Plinth
Front grill

Cleaning of the condenser should be done when required, dependent on conditions and location of your wine cabinet.

The cabinet should be disconnected from the mains power supply before cleaning.