As a wine lover, one of the best investments that you can make to store your wine effectively and get the best taste out of your wine collection is purchasing a Dunavox wine fridge.
In the last few years, there has been a rise of wine connoisseurs investing in wine fridges as it gives them the perfect temperature to store their wine bottles in - plus, can elevate the look of your home.
When a wine fridge is running, it will produce minimal sound - very similar to your normal kitchen fridge. The only sound that you should be able to hear is the faint buzz sound from the compressor.
It may come as a surprise if your Dunavox wine fridge is suddenly making a beeping noise. You should treat this as a concern as your wine fridge shouldn’t be making this noise.
There are a few reasons why your Dunavox wine fridge may start beeping. We've put together this article today to go through some of the most common reasons to help you stop your wine fridge from beeping.
If you’ve tried everything in this article and your Dunavox wine fridge happens to still be making a beeping noise, please contact our friendly support team who can assist further.
There Is A Potential Glitch In The Processor
If there is a beeping sound coming from your Dunavox wine fridge then there could be a potential problem with the circuitry of the wine fridge.
Wine fridges from top brands such as Dunavox will use computer components in order for you to successfully control the temperature and display it. We all know that sometimes that technology can be unreliable and there can be potential glitches.
There is a simple solution for this, but one of the first things that you should do if your wine fridge is beeping is turning it off and on again. Unplug your wine fridge from the wall and leave it for a minute or so before you plug it back in.
When plugged back in, the electronics should be reset and hopefully, that will have done the trick.
Your Wine Fridge Is Overheating
Wine Fridge vents will need to be completely clear of any obstructions, this will ensure that the wine fridge can successfully dissipate heat. If you have placed your freestanding wine fridge too close to a wall or an appliance, your wine fridge will not be able to cool down properly and it will begin to overheat.
If your fridge is overheating, it may start to beep as a warning. If you want to stop the unit from overheating and stop the beeping, you will have to move your wine cooler so it has sufficient space, and so that your ventilation system is completely free from any potential obstruction.
When you have repositioned the wine cooler, it will start to cool down and then the beeping should stop.
Your Wine Fridge Is Overstocked
Dunavox wine fridges will be designed to only stack a certain number of wine bottles. If you have stocked the wine fridge completely and you have started to put extra bottles on top, you have likely reached the full bottle capacity.
It is highly recommended that you don’t attempt to start stacking extra bottles on top as this could be causing your wine fridge to start beeping.
To stop this from happening, you should remove the extra wine bottles and store them correctly somewhere else till you have room available to put them in the fridge.
The Door Seals Are Damaged Or Need Cleaning
If it isn’t due to your wine fridge being overstocked then it could be a potential problem with your Dunavox wine fridge door seals and they may be damaged.
If you’ve had your Dunavox wine fridge for a long time and it is overused, then it could be visibly damaged or worn out. Your fridge may need to be cleaned fully or in some cases, will have to be replaced.
If you believe that this is the problem, you should begin cleaning the seals with a warm cloth with soapy water. If it is still making a beeping noise after cleaning, then you may need to replace the door seals - contact the supplier or our team who can advise you on the next best steps.
There Is A Faulty Door Alarm
Another potential reason that could be causing your Dunavox wine fridge to start beeping is a problem with your door alarm. Wine fridges from quality brands such as Dunavox often feature an alarm that will notify you if your door has been left open. If the door is closed and the alarm is still beeping, it may be faulty - and it is a sign that there is an internal issue.
If this happens, you should check the manufacturer guidelines you would have received when purchasing the wine fridge. If you are still stuck after reading then you should contact a specialist to help you.
Your Wine Fridge Is Not Balanced Correctly
Your Dunavox wine fridge should be placed on a level surface in order for it to work correctly. Likewise, it should be balanced correctly for your safety and the protection of your wine. If your wine fridge isn’t positioned right, your wine fridge may alert you by making a beeping sound.
If your wine fridge should keep beeping, take a minute to check the surface of where you have placed the wine fridge.
The Ventilation Is Clogged
Your wine fridge could overheat if the ventilation is clogged. To fix this and to prevent your fridge from beeping, you should take everything out that you can and give it a clean from top to bottom. Begin to reset your system and see if the beeping happens to continue.
If you have tried all of the above but you are still having problems with your Dunavox wine fridges beeping then please contact the manufacturer or our friendly support team who can help you.
Likewise, if you've noticed that your Dunavox wine fridge isn't cooling, we can help.