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At Uptown Appliance Repair, we continuously work with Cellarpro to ensure we have the most up-to-date tools and knowledge to repair, service, and prolong the life of your investment. As a strong believer in continuous improvement, we strive to exceed your Cellarpro repair and servicing needs.
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We hope this troubleshooting guide below will help answer the most common problems in regards to your appliance. If the problem persists, please do not hesitate to call us at (281) 758-9978 to further troubleshoot, or to arrange one of our specialized technicians to resolve any problems.

My wine cellar is not keeping proper temperature, what could cause this issue?

Is the unit in the on position? Is the breaker tripped? Is the outside unit coming on? Compressor failure. Evaporator fan failure. Condenser fan failure. Low refrigerant level.

We recommend setting your wine cellar to 55 degrees Fahrenheit.

We offer a 2-year warranty on every repair service. We offer a 5-year warranty on every new wine cellar system installation.

No! Cellar units do not create water. If your wine cooling unit is dripping, the water is excess condensate which can only be caused by a leak in the wine cellar. If this happens, please do the following:

  • Find and close any air leaks in the wine cellar, and ensure the cellar door is sealing well.
  • Frequent opening and closing of the door will allow warm, moist air to enter the cellar, and may lead to excess condensation.
  • Try to limit the amount of time that the cellar door is open during humid conditions.
  • Raise the Minimum Set Point of the cooling unit to 58 degrees or above.
  • Check the seal at the top of the cabinet to make sure there aren’t any gaps where air could infiltrate into the cabinet.
  • Check the evaporator drain, the drain may be blocked or broken causing the leak.

Wine cellars are not designed to have a block of ice near the cooling unit. Possible causes are:

  • Defrost failure.
  • Refrigerant leak.
  • Thermostat/temperature control failure.
  • Compressor failure.
  • Evaporator fan failure.
  • Condenser fan failure.