What to do when your wine/beverage cooler get ice? A trouble shooting guide for you: Wonder why there's ice at the back when the lowest temperature only 40 degrees of your wine cooler? We know you are worried, but take the below step and see what's going on. See if the door is completely closed. If door is not sealed, inner temperature will not come down to the set temperature and compress will keep working, more and more moisture from the air will become ice within the cooler. In this case, just unplug the power, remove wine bottles and racks, melt down the ice with hair dryer. Clean it up when ice is gone. Put everything back the cooler, close door and plug in power. Your temperature setting was saved and it will restore when power is back. After a few hours, see if there's ice again inside the cooler. In this case, we just need to change a control board. Please contact our service team Service@kalamera.com. We will provide part if your cooler is in its warranty.
On wine cooler temperature. By Kalamera Inc. 2019-Aug-15 Most of customer customers would test temperature after buying our wine cooler, and they sometimes found temperature difference and fluctuation from the thermometer purchased. Actually, it would be more accurate to test the wine bottle instead of putting the thermometer inside the cooler without touching the bottles themselves, in which the tested temperature is from the air. According to basic liquid property, its temperate fluctuation is way smaller than air. Most of refrigerator is designed to control compressor working to bring down temperate, and stops when refrigerator reach the set temperate. And compressor will start working when temperate raises a certain temperate, which depends on purpose of the refrigerator. When it comes to wine cooler, compressor will resume working when the inside air temperate raises 7°F from the set one, while the bottle temperature stabilized at 7°F fluctuation. Basically, this temperature difference would not spoil wine taste or quality. You can rest assure on our profession.