1-Year Parts & Labor Warranty

Mon - Thu 8am - 6pm | Fri 8am - 5pm

wine cooler repair wayne

A wine cooler is an investment in taste. However, without precise temperature control, you won’t be able to properly enjoy your wine cooler or the wine itself. This is why our crew offers a wide range of services to ensure your wine is safe so you can breath (wine pun intended.) We service all major brands including U-LINE, EdgeStar, Sub Zero, Lynx, and many more.

Our crew is experienced in repairing and servicing all home appliances and brands.

there's nothing our team can't handle

wine cooler repair common problems


we handle it all

wine cooler brands we service

Handler Appliance extends its expert repair and maintenance services to a select range of prestigious wine cooler brands, ensuring that connoisseurs and casual enthusiasts alike can preserve their wine collections in optimal conditions.

Among the brands we service, Vinotemp is renowned for its customizable wine storage solutions, catering to the unique preferences and collection sizes of wine aficionados. U-Line, another brand under Handler Appliance’s care, offers sleek and efficient wine coolers designed to integrate seamlessly into any home decor, marrying functionality with elegance. Additionally, Sub-Zero, known for its exceptional refrigeration technology, provides wine preservation systems that maintain the perfect climate for wine storage, safeguarding the integrity and flavor of each bottle.

Our dedication to servicing these brands ensures that wine enthusiasts can enjoy their collections at their best for years to come.

* Factory authorized | **factory certified

wine cooler repair frequently asked questions

In order to keep your wine cooler in optimal shape, you should clean it every six months or so. First disconnect the power to the unit, remove all contents (including shelves) and wipe down the interior with a soft cloth. Once you are done, you can reconnect the power and allow the unit to cool. Once cooled, reinsert your bottles and shelves.

Yes, overloading your wine cooler means you run the risk of hot spots, which can cause the wine to go bad. It also isn’t good for the health of your cooler. An overworked fridge is more likely to experience other issues and malfunctions.

Just like with a refrigerator, some noise is normal but if you are hearing excessive noise from the fan or compressor, grinding or squealing, you should schedule a service appointment.