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USER MANUAL
KBU-52, KBU-68 SERIES
KBU-52
COMPRESSOR BEVERAGE COOLER
www.kingsbottle.com
KBU-68
CONTENTS
CONGRATULATIONS
!
Congratulations and thank you for choosing
our KingsBottle Beverage Coolers. We are
sure you will find your new appliance a
pleasure to use . Before you installing and
operating the Beverage Cooler, we
recommend that you read through the
relevant sections of this manual, which
provides a description of your Beverage
Cooler and its functions .
!
To avoid the risks that are always present
when you use an electric appliance, it is
important that the appliance is installed
correctly and that you read the safety
instructions carefully to avoid misuse and
hazards .
!
We recommend that you keep this
instruction booklet for future reference and
pass it on to any future owners .
!
After unpacking the appliance, please check
it is not damaged . If in doubt, do not use
the appliance but contact us or your local
customer care centre
!!
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER
CONTENTS
PAGE
Part I
Important Safety & Pre-Use Instructions
3
Part II
Diagram & Description of Beverage Cooler
4
Part III
Installation Instructions
5
Part IV
Operating Your Beverage Cooler
6
Part V
Layout & Storage
7
Part VI
How to Use Your Shelving
8
Part VII
Care & Maintenance
8
Part VIII
Technical Data
9
Part IX
Troubleshooting Guide
10
Part X
Warranty Information
12
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DIAGRAM & DESCRIPTION OF BEVERAGE COOLER
FREE STANDING BEVERAGE COOLER: KBU-52, KBU-68 SERIES
1 Housings
2 ON/OFF
3 Temperature Setting
4 Interior cabinet
5 Adjustable Stand Feet
6 Door Hinge
7 Controller
8 Door
9 Adjustable Chromed Shelves
YOUR BEVERAGE COOLER ALSO INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:
• Instruction manual
• Two keys
• Top and bottom hinges , also screws for changing the door hinge
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INSTALLATION
PART III
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLING YOUR BEVERAGE COOLER
1. This appliance is designed for free standing installation. Place your Beverage Cooler on a bench that is strong enough to support it
when it is fully loaded.
2. Move the appliance into its final position .
3. If the appliance is not tilting back as described earlier, minor adjustments can be made to the levelling legs.
4. Compare the alignment of the appliance to the surrounding cupboard . The top of the appliance should be level from side to side
(see diagram below) .
5. If the appliance now rocks from one corner to the opposite rear corner, this means that the floor is uneven. You may need to put
some packing under the ridge to the rear of the appliance . You could use thin pieces of solid material such as thin board, vinyl floor
tiles or laminate .
6. You may now need to fine tune the installation by repeating steps 2, 3 and 4 .
7. Wipe off any dust that has accumulated during shipping and clean following the directions in Part VIII ( Care & Maintenance)
8. Plug the appliance into the power point. Don’t use a double adaptor or extension cord .
9. It is recommended that you let the appliance for an hour or two before you put any wine in it . This will confirm that it is operating
correctly and make the conditions appropriate for wine storage .
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Congratulations! You have successfully installed your cooler/refrigerator/freezer
DOOR LOCK
This unit comes with an optional key lock. The keys are located inside the plastic bag that contains the user manual. To unlock the door,
insert the key into the lock and turn counterclockwise. To lock the door, simply reverse the operation making sure the metal pin is
engaged completely. Then remove the key and place it is a secure place for safekeeping.
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OPERATION
PART IV
OPERATING YOUR BEVERAGE COOLER
Each cooler includes an Operating Panel on the front of the unit. This Operating Panel includes several features to operate and control the
temperature of the appliance. The Operating Panel includes the following features.
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ROTARY DIAL:
the arrow shown in the dials means the preset temperature value, you can adjust it between 32°F and 59°F ( 0 and 15 °C ) , 36F to 38F ( 2°- 3
°C) is a good temperature to set it on, setting on 32°F ( 0°C ) will ice unit up and mean manual defrosting will be needed..
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STORAGE
PART V LAYOUT AND STORAGE
Your cabinet was designed to be flexible, to be able to adapt to your requirements.
Your cabinet was designer to store a maximum number of bottles securely. We recommend that you observe the tips below to
optimise loading.
1. Disperse your bottles even so as not to concentrate weight in any one area. Also, be careful that your bottles do not touch either the
back of the cabinet or the step at the bottom.
2. Also make sure that bottles are not all grouped together either at the top or bottom of the cabinet.
3. Never try to pull out more than one rolling shelf at a time.
4. Maximum capacity per shelf is 55 lbs
5. Storage in details for different models (see diagram below):
KBU-52
KBU-68
PLEASE NOTE
Before modifying your cabinet’s original configuration in any way, be sure to ask your dealer for advice.
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REMOVING SHELF
PART VI
HOW TO USE YOUR SHELVING
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PART VII
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
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It is essential the power point is properly earthed to
ground. Consult a qualified electrician if you are unsure.
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• Wring excess water out of the sponge or cloth when cleaning area of the controls, or any electrical parts.
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• Wash the outside cabinet with warm water and mild liquid detergent. Rinse well and wipe dry with a clean soft cloth.
cord as this may damage it. Grip the plug firmly and
• Dust the front grill and back of the unit twice yearly. Make sure the power is off before cleaning.
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When
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thoroughly.
To prevent mold growth, leave the door open slightly, blocking it open
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1. Remove all items.
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2. Securely tape down all loose items (shelves) inside your appliance.
open position.
3. Turn the adjustable leg up to the base to avoid damage.
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TECHNICAL DATA
PART VIII
TECHNICAL DATA
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KBU-68
KBU-52
Volume(L)
63
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Type of cooling
compressor & air-circulated fan cooling
compressor & air-circulated fan cooling
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Nominal voltage/
Frequency
115V/60HZ
115V/60HZ
Rated power(W)
90W
85W
Ambient Operating
32°F - 100°F ( 0-38°C )
32°F - 100°F ( 0-38°C )
Temperature Ranges
32°F - 59°F ( 0-15°C )
32°F - 59°F ( 0-15°C )
Range of inside cabinet
humidity
>50%RH
>50%RH
Body size
17.1”W x 20.2”D x 28.2”H
(435W x512D x715H mm)
17.1”W x 20.2”D x 20.7”H
(435W x512D x525H mm)
Net weight
77.18 lb ( 35 kg)
63.95 lb ( 29 kg)
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TECHNICAL DATA
PART IX
TECHNICAL DATA
You can solve many common Beverage Cooler problems easily, saving you and us the cost of a possible service call. Try the suggestions below to see if you
can solve the problem before calling the service.
PROBLEM
Cooler does not
operate
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1. Not plugged in
2. The appliance is turned OFF
3. The circuit breaker tripped or a fuse has blown out
Compressor does not start and the fan does not
operate.
Cooler is not cold
enough, or it does
not cool down to
preset temp.
Compressor stop operating but fan keeps operating
all the time
Compressor operates, but fan stops working or low
speed operating
Door is not well closed
The light does not
work.
The cooler seems
to make too much
noise.
The door does not
close properly.
Ice up
Solution
Press ON/OFF
Check and make sure the power plug is well connected
Ask engineer for help
If the actual temperature is lower than the preset temperature, it is
normal status that compressor and fan stop operating. Try to set the
preset temperature to a lower temperature and check again.
1. If compressor and fan keep not working, ask engineer to check
whether any damage or open circuit happen to the mechanical
thermostat, fan or switching power supply.
2. If fan operates but compressor not, ask engineer to check
whether any damage or open circuit happen to compressor or its
accessories.
Ambient temperature is too high and over 38C degree, or cooler is
under direct sunlight. Move the unit to a place with lower ambient
temperature.
Power supply voltage is lower than necessary voltage.
Door is not closed completely, or door rubber is not well sealed.
Compressor or its components faulty
Ask engineer to check whether any damage or open circuit happen to
the fan or switching power supply.
Check the door lock, shelves, or other objects, make sure door is well
closed, make sure cooler is level.
Check the sealing rubber, make sure door is well sealed.
Check the door hinges, make sure they are not loose
Cooling system faulty (Gas leakage or blockage)
Ask engineer for help
Not plugged in, or the light button is “OFF”.
Light button or its PCB faulty.
Check and make sure the light button is ON, or ask engineer for help.
The stand feet is not leveling, vibrations lead to noise
Adjust the stand feet and assure they are on level.
Pipe hit other objects and lead to noise
Adjust the position of pipe slightly
At the moment of compressor shut down or start, it is
normal for the noise from the vibration generated by
the internal moving parts due to inertial motion.
No action is necessary
The ratting noise may come from the flow of the
refrigerator, which is normal. As each cycle ends, you
may hear gurgling sounds, this is normal.
No action is necessary
Door blocked by the security lock, shelves or other
objects.
Remove the barrier
Door sealing rubber is deformed
Repair or replace the rubber seal
Ambient temperature is too high and over 38C
degree, or cooler is under direct sunlight.
Move the unit to a place with lower ambient temperature.
Fans stop working or low speed operating
Ask engineer for help
The door gasket does not seal properly;
or door is opened too often
Use hair dryer to blow hot air and make the door seal smooth.
Gas leakage or cooling system blockage
Ask engineer for help
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WARRANTY
PART XWARRANTY INFORMATION
Please speak to your Retailer before calling BTO AMERICA LIMITED if you did not purchase your Beverage Cooler directly from
BTO AMERICA LIMITED
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Limited warranty – 90 day replacement plan with a free 9 months upgrade, totaling 1 year, on parts and labor from the date of shipment.
For customer service, please contact BTO AMERICA LIMITED by e-mail ( [email protected]) .
The limited warranty does not cover: Damage due to such things as accident, misuse, abuse, mishandling, neglect, unauthorized repair
or any other cause beyond the control of the seller whether similar or dissimilar to the foregoing. Purchaser understands and acknowledges
that the goods sold here are Beverage Coolers, which house wine. Purchaser assumes all the risk of using these units, including risk of
spoilage, humidity variations, temperature variations, leaks, fires, water damage, mold, mildew, dryness and similar perils that may occur.
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