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[. . . ] Deliver the appliance immediately to an authorized dump; do not leave it unattended even for a few days, since it is potentially dangerous for children. For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. 2. This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. [. . . ] There are three main factors that weigh on the process from grape cultivation to harvesting and fermentation: light, humidity and ambient temperature. To ensure the taste of the wine matures to its peak and the aroma remains unaltered, it must be stored with the right interaction of these three factors. Another important factor in storing wine is how the bottles are arranged: the bottles should be arranged at liberty by place of origin, type of wine, area of production, winery or vintage, using the catalogue labels provided if desired. Arranging the bottles so that they can be easily identified and selected prevents any accidental jolts which, like vibrations, can unsettle sediments and alter the visual appearance of the wine for some time. Hence, try to move your bottles as little as possible, allowing the wine to rest. Furthermore, don't push the bottles so far back that they rest against the rear wall of the cellar as this would not only interfere with the automatic defrosting function, the water droplets collected during defrosting could also ruin the bottle labels. Bottle racks must be made from wood as this effectively absorbs any vibrations and keeps bottles away from the wall transmitting heat or cold. In addition, the bottles of wine must be stored away from substances or places with strong odours which can be easily absorbed by the wine. To this end, your new appliance has an active carbon filter to absorb any impurities in the air. Temperature and humidity Temperature is a critical and vital factor during the entire life cycle of wine; it determines how well the wine develops when matured in the bottle. To ensure optimal storage, the temperature must be kept constant from 8° to 12°C. Rapid, wide temperature swings must be avoided: when the temperature is too high, the liquids dilate accelerating the ageing process whereas excessively low temperatures (below 4° - 5°C) can cause the precipitation of tartrates; such an imperfection would impair the pleasant appearance of the wine. In the extreme event that the temperature drops below 0°C, the wine would freeze causing the cork to explode Humidity is also crucial in optimal wine storage: dry environments cause the cork to shrink whereas overly damp locations cause mould and harmful microorganisms to form. Humidity must be kept between 50% - 70%. Storage location Not everyone has a basement suitable for use as a cellar. Technology has only recently come up with an effective substitute for a natural cellar. Your new wine cellar is a special appliance designed specifically to hold and store wines properly. Indeed, it should only be used for your favourite bottles of wine, not for fruit, vegetables and tins. In this way, you can store and age any kind of wine properly even if you don't have a natural wine cellar. The cork This is an essential part of the bottle: the quality of the cork, selected by the wine-maker, is very important in the ageing process of the wine itself. The conditions of the cork, including corks in bottled wine, depend solely on the process and storage standards used by the manufacturer or bottler. How to store wine When storing your wine bottles, one golden rule not to be overlooked is that they must be laid horizontally or at an angle to ensure the wine keeps the cork wet. Some say that this causes the classic smell of “cork” in wine. In actual fact, keeping the cork in contact with the wine enhances its elasticity 15 31102004GB. fm Page 16 Friday, January 13, 2006 12:00 PM HOW TO USE THE WINE CELLAR Switching on the appliance Starting up the appliance All controls are on the outside of the appliance. Plug in the appliance to start it running and set the thermostat located on the front panel to the required temperature; a green indicator light will come on showing the appliance is on. The product has an internal light that switches on automatically when the door is opened (models with metal door) or it can be turned on and off when needed by pressing the button located on the control panel (models with glass door). Adjusting the temperature 1. [. . . ] • Fit the accessories. Electrical connection • Electrical connections must be made in accordance with local regulations. • Voltage and power consumption are indicated on the rating plate inside the appliance. The Manufacturer declines all liabilities for injury to persons or animals or damage to property resulting from failure to observe these regulations. • If the plug and socket are not of the same type, have the socket replaced by a qualified electrician. [. . . ]


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