Clothes dryers – a significant achievement of modern technology — quickly and conveniently dry clothes and other items needed by you and your family. Though they offer convenience, they are the second most energy hungry appliance in your home. Inefficient dryers can really add to your energy bills and broken down dryers can result in multitudes of inconvenient trips to the area Laundromat.
Common Wine Cooler Issues:
- Cooler won’t turn on
Check for faulty fuses, tripped breakers, and loosened power cords.
- Not cooling
On compressor models, check thermostat adjustments, allowing 24 hours for the temperature to cool. Other issues may include lint buildup on the condenser, bad condenser or evaporator fan motor, and compressor issues. On thermoelectric models, check the temperature setting, for sufficient clearance around the cooler, or simply move the unit to a cooler location. If these solutions do not work, you may have a fan problem or a defective peltier unit.
- Leaking water
Compressor models may leak water if the door has been left open, door seals are defective or dirty, or a drain hose has gotten plugged.
Some popping and cracking is normal due to temperature changes. For vibrating noises, make sure the cooler is level. If grinding or squealing, call for service.
- Door does not close properly
Check for a surface that is not level, dirty door gaskets, or improperly positioned shelves.
Keeping your delicious collection of wine in optimum condition is a top priority. Helping to improve wine with age and keep your investment from deteriorating, wine coolers offer the optimum conditions of light, temperature, and humidity for your wine.
If you move, our AdvantagePlan™ is fully transferable to the new property owner should it change hands. Or, if you’d prefer, you can take your AdvantagePlan™ with you to your new home (coverage subject to availability). Just notify us when you move.
Ask a Mr. Appliance service professional about how our AdvantagePlan™ can help save you time, money and headaches.