Common problems with wine cellars can include control issues, humidity problems, strange odors inside the appliance, cabinet door not closing, and lighting malfunction.
Of these problems, temperature control is the most frequent complaint. This might mean that the appliance is either running too warm, or running too cool. Follow your Viking appliance’s owner’s manual to get exact temperature specifications for your specific model, but wine cellars are generally kept running at about forty to sixty degrees Fahrenheit. If your wine cellar isn’t in this temperature range, or if it isn’t reaching the temperature you call for on the controls or thermostat, the contents of your wine cellar may be at risk.
Before calling the pros, you can try a few simple steps to solve the problem yourself:
Still having trouble? If you’re experiencing this or any problem with your Viking wine cellar, just contact us for advice and service. We have the professional experience to take care of any appliance issue in your home.
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Repair or Replace?
It can be a difficult decision on whether to repair or replace an appliance when it goes bad. Viking wine cellars will provide many years of lasting service—but what do you do when they break down? Some appliances are made to wear out in a certain time, known as planned obsolescence. In the case of quality Viking appliances, however, it is usually possible for a professional appliance service company to solve the most common problems with your appliance. This means that your broken-down or worn-out wine cellar can be fixed or repaired for a fraction of the cost of replacement. Contact Viking Appliance Pros to learn more about how we can help you!