Dual Zone Credenza Operating Instructions


Dual Zone Operating Instructions



Overview
The right side of the wine cabinet is the colder temperature zone, with a factory setpoint of 45°F, and is designed to maintain an average temperature of 47°F. The temperature displayed on the cooling unit shows the air temperature in the right zone.

The left side of the cabinet is the warmer temperature zone, with a factory setpoint of 55°F, and is designed to maintain an average temperature of 57°F. To view the temperature in this zone, press and release the left/middle button on the controller (shown as a melting snowflake icon). After three seconds, the display will revert back to the temperature in the right zone.

Le Cache Dual Zone Wine Cabinets: Operating Instructions


Power On/Off

Press "Power On/Off" (bottom/right) to turn the unit on and off. This button has a "sun" and "moon" icon.

When the "Compressor On" indicator light is on (Row 1 Snowflake), the Compressor is running.

When the "Fan On" indicator light is on (Row 1 Fan) the Fan is running.


Digital Display

The temperature displayed on the control indicates the air temperature as measured by the bottle probe in the colder zone on the right. To display the temperature of the warmer zone on the left, press and release the left/middle button on the controller (shown as a melting snowflake icon). After three seconds, the display will revert back to the temperature in the right zone.


Set Button

The cooling unit is factory preset with a Set Point of 45°F and a Temperature Differential of 4°F in the right zone. This means that the cooling unit will turn on when the air temperature rises above 49°F (45°F + 4°F), and turn off when the air temperature falls below 45°F.

The cooling unit is factory preset with a Set Point of 55°F and a Temperature Differential of 4°F for an average air temperature of 55°F in the warmer zone on the left. This means that the cooling unit will turn on when the air temperature in the left zone rises above 59°F (55°F + 4°F), and turn off when the air temperature falls below 55°F.

To view the left and right zone set points, page through the display using the "Set" button on the lower left of the controller.

  • Press the “Set” button once, and "St1" is shown.
  • Press the "Set" button again, and the right zone set point value is displayed.
  • Press the "Set" button again, and "St2" is shown.
  • Press the "Set" button again and the left zone set point is displayed.
To change the zone set points:
  • Press the “Set” button for three seconds until a blinking "St1" is shown on the display.
  • Press the "Set" button again to see the right zone set point.
  • Press the “Up” or “Down” button to raise or lower the right zone setpoint.
  • Press the “Set” button to confirm. The number will blink three times and the display will revert to the left zone setpoint, indicated by "St2" on the display.
  • Press the "Set" button again to see the left zone set point.
  • Press the “Up” or “Down” button to raise or lower the left zone setpoint.
  • Press the “Set” button to confirm. The number will blink three times and exit to the main display.

To change the Temperature Differential, see the Advanced Instructions in the Owner’s Manual.


Quick Chill Button

To activate the "Quick Chill" mode, press the "Up" button for three seconds.

To deactivate "Quick Chill", press "Quick Chill" button for three seconds again.

The "Quick Chill" indicator (Row 3) light will turn on when the cooling unit is in "Quick Chill" mode.

In the "Quick Chill" mode, the cooling unit will run continuously for 6 hours (or until the right zone temperature registers 45°F). This mode is useful after loading "warm" bottles in the cabinet.


Up and Down Buttons

To view the "High Temp" recorded by the cooling unit in the left zone, press the "Up" button once.

To view the "Low Temp" recorded by the cooling unit in the left zone, press the "Down" button once.

To reset the "High Temp" or "Low Temp", press the "Set" button for three seconds while "Hi" or "Lo" is displayed. "RST" will blink three times to indicate confirmation.


Auto Defrost Mode

The cooling unit checks the temperature of the evaporator coils every two hours and if necessary initiates an auto-defrost cycle. When the cooling unit is in auto-defrost mode, the "Auto-Defrost" Indicator light (Row 2) will turn on.