Why is my electric wine opener not working?
It is most likely a charging issue. The contacts that charge the batteries are not making good enough contact when the opener is on the base to properly charge the batteries. That said, I find the motor too weak to remove many corks, one and done thing and that is with a little help.
Why Does My Rabbit wine opener push the cork in?
The older a wine is, the more likely that over time the cork has dried out or shrunk, and the force of one of these openers could either push the cork in or turn it to sawdust.
Do Rabbit wine openers have a warranty?
Rabbit wine openers are available in a variety of different styles. You might have heard of the Original Rabbit and the Vertical Rabbit. These famous tools can remove a cork in just 3 seconds! These Rabbit corkscrews come with a 10 year warranty and include a foil cutter and an extra spiral.
How do I change the battery in my Rabbit wine opener?
1 Open the battery compartment cover and insert four “AA” batteries (included) matching the “+” and “-” marks on the battery and compartment. Replace the cover. 2 Remove the metal foil from the top of the wine bottle using foil cutter provided. 3 Place the electric wine opener on top of the wine bottle.
How do I charge my rabbit electric wine opener?
When charging, always plug DC cord into unit first, then plug AC cord into electrical outlet. To disconnect, remove the AC cord first then the DC power cord. Always unplug the unit before taking off parts or attachments. WARNING: Electric Wine Opener corkscrew is sharp.
How long does it take to charge a Rabbit wine opener?
Upload complete! Charge for 24 hours. Use until it will not pull cork from bottle.
What happens if you push the cork into the bottle?
Sometimes you have to make do with what you’ve got (or don’t got), and pushing the cork into the bottle is always an option. Your wine is fine—a floating cork isn’t going to damage or taint it.