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Thermador Wine Cooler Repair



With customizable, modular designs that fit seamlessly into your kitchen, wine refrigerators from Thermador Freedom Refrigeration are the ideal storage units for your prized collection. With custom fronts, flexible shelving options, and concealed venting grilles, your panel model – available in 18″, 24”, 30” and 36” widths – will likely be the centerpiece of your kitchen. But like any appliance, issues may arise from age, misuse, or a variety of circumstances. Luckily there a couple of quick, at-home tips you can use to try to repair your wine refrigerator before calling in a Thermador Wine Cooler repair professional.

One common issue could be that your wine cellar is not getting cold or is not turning on at all. First and foremost, ensure that the power plug is installed properly, as it could have loosened, not been put into the outlet all the way, or come unplugged over time. Check that your outlet has the proper voltage and that the socket fuse has not blown. If it has, it only requires a quick replacement, which you can find at a hardware store. If this still doesn’t solve your issue, you could be having problems with the control board or the process tube. A simple fix would be to replace these yourself (or call an appliance repair professional to do so) and/or to quickly vacuum out the process tube.

If you find that the wine cellar is turning on and is cooling, but not to the desired temperature, observe it during the day and make sure it’s not in the path of direct sunlight. If it’s next to a heat source — like a heating vent or an oven that you use frequently — move it to a new location. If it’s still not cooling properly, make sure the door is closing all the way and hasn’t been open for an extended about of time.

It’s important to learn how to properly stock the cellar without obstructing shelves or the door. Standard wine bottles — 750ml with straight sides — should lie on the shelves facing outward in alternating directions (cork to base, base to cork, and so on) to fit seven bottles maximum. For a wine preservation column with wider shelves, you can insert display racks, so that wine bottles lie upright on a diagonal, or layer wine bottles on top of each other in rows to fit 15 bottles maximum. Finally, regardless of which unit you’ve selected, make sure that your Masterpiece and Professional handles have not come loose on any of the drawers.

If your cellar still isn’t cooling properly, you could also be having an issue with the seal of the door coming loose over time and letting out some of the refrigerator’s cold air. This is a relatively quick fix, but requires a licensed professional. Also make sure that the vents aren’t blocked by other furniture or any household items, so that cool air flow circulates throughout the appliance. Finally, your cellar may not be cooling properly because the inside light lay may be staying on too long. Ensure that it turns off, as this could causing the refrigerator to stay above optimal cooling temperatures.

Thermador Wine Cooler Repair New York

Always double check your user manual for the specific model you have at home, but many of these tips and tricks are quick and easy to perform and could save you the time, inconvenience, and cost of a repairman coming out to your home. Check your company warranty, in case a part needs to be replaced or you need a new model, and make sure to rely on the services of a professional when it comes to electrical work.
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You should also check out the cost of new washers and the features they offer. If you like the model you currently own, you should try to find a new model with like features.
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Even if you're still not sure about whether you need to repair the washer you already own or to purchase a new one, you should ask your Appliance Repair what the most likely cause is and how much it will cost to repair.

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