Magic Chef 50 Bottle Digital Wine Cooler  Model:MCWC50DBTC

Dimensions

  • Height: 34.4"
  • Width: 23.4"
  • Depth: 24.4"
  • Magic Chef 50 Bottle Digital Wine Cooler
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    Magic Chef 50 Bottle Digital Wine Cooler

    The Magic Chef 50 Bottle Digital Wine Cooler (MCWC50DBTC) is an easy and attractive way to effortlessly keep your favorite wines at the perfect temperature. In an elegant package, the large amber glass window and interior light show off your wine collection by adding a touch of class. This versatile 50 bottle digital wine cooler can be installed as a built-in or freestanding unit, and features a reversible door so your placement options are never limited. The door also features a front-mounted digital display for the full range temperature control which can accommodate both red and white wines.

    The sculpted chrome shelves, recessed handle, and silver metallic finish façade all add to the unit’s pleasing aesthetics and the handsome black exterior ensures that this wine cooler will look great no matter where you choose to put it.

    • Placement Versatility:

      With a reversible door and built-in or freestanding installment capabilities, there’s no limit to where you can set up the Magic Chef 50 Bottle Digital Wine Cooler

    • Digital Temperature Control:

      With a conveniently located digital full range temperature control, you can easily adjust the cooling settings for all of your wine, regardless of color or variety

    • Stylish Appearance:

      Be the envy of all your friends as this beautiful unit features a unique amber glass window, silver metallic finish façade, interior lighting, sculpted chrome shelves, and a recessed handle

    Specifications & Manuals

    • Model: MCWC50DBTC
    • Brand: Magic Chef
    • 50 bottle capacity
    • Built-in or free standing installation
    • Digital control on door
    • Full range temperature control
    • Auto defrost
    • Interior light
    • Warranty: 1 year parts, 1 year labor, 5 years compressor
    • Magic Chef 50 Bottle Digital Wine Cooler
    • Sculpted chrome shelves
    • Attractive amber glass window
    • Reversible door
    • Recessed handle
    • Input voltage: 120 V/60 Hz
    • Power: 15 A
    • Weight: 102 lbs
    • Dimensions: 34.4" H x 23.4" W x 24.4" D

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    Customer Reviews

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    Magic Chef 50 Bottle Digital Wine Cooler 2 5 1 1
    makes no sense This product makes no sense. It does not have an on/off switch. So there is no way to turn it off if you have a problem with it, or simply don't need to use it for a time. Magic Chef customer service says "it was not designed to have an on/off switch." Clearly. "To turn it off, you have to unplug it." Well, there's the challenge. This product is designed and advertised to be installed in the kitchen, between cabinets and under the countertop. And, it needs to be grounded to the electricity. That's exactly how it's set up in my house. However, that means that there is no way to reach the plug, or unplug the appliance UNLESS we uninstalling the granite countertop. Wouldn't it have been smarter to have put an on/off switch on the thing? On top of that, we're getting error messages. The motor is cutting in and out; the cooler won't go below 66 degrees. EEF -- Magic Chef says that means there's a problem with the sensor. Not particularly surprising. EEC -- Magic Chef says they don't know what that means, and they've never heard of an EEC error message. Really? I'm LOOKING AT IT ON YOUR APPLIANCE. Of course, because the wine cooler is installed as recommended, it also means that the thing cannot be removed, serviced, turned off, etc without removing the granite countertop and then reinstalling the granite countertop when the work on the wine cooler is done. I wish Magic Chef could explain why that makes sense. I now have to find out which breaker the thing is on in my electrical box and turn it off from there.... and hope there's nothing else critical (like my refrigerator) on the same breaker. Otherwise, I'll be forced to choose between running a clearly broken electrical appliance indefinitely, while I'll be spending the next few weeks finding a contractor and paying him +$1000 to fix (or rather, remove) a +$400 appliance.... All because Magic Chef did not bother to design a $2 on/off switch. Like I said... makes no sense. You know what else doesn't make sense? The product has no visible serial number or model number. I had to track it down on the internet to confirm which model it was. If you're going to purchase this product, ignore Magic Chef's suggestion that you install it. Leave it free-standing so that you can unplug it when you need to, or dump thing in bulk garage later. February 14, 2013
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