Icing Up / Loud Noise
Good airflow for the cooling unit - inside and outside the wine cellar - is essential to the performance of the wine cooling unit. Outside the wine cellar, if the coils are not cleaned periodically and/or airflow to the coils is restricted, the cooling unit will need to work extra hard to achieve the desired temperature inside the cellar, and as a result may cause ice buildup. Inside the wine cellar, if bottles are placed directly below the cold airflow, the airflow will be restricted and may cause the cooling unit to backup, thereby causing ice buildup. The cooling unit also may ice up if it starts losing its refrigerant (until the refrigerant is gone, at which point the ice buildup will cease.)
If your Breezaire cooling unit ices up (or starts making a loud clattering noise), follow the instructions below:
If you continue to have problems after following the instructions above, please complete our Troubleshooting Inquiry Form for further assistance.
If your wine cooling unit no longer is covered by warranty, see our Out-of-Warranty Instructions.
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