The Jenn-Air® under counter beverage center features independent temperature zones and six preset temperatures allowing customized storage including room for up to 14 bottles of wine. The fully flush, built-in design accepts a custom overlay panel (ordered separately) that allows the beverage center to be integrated with cabinetsin any room. This model is available in right-hand door swing (JUB24FRECX) and left-hand door swing (JUB24FLECX).
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Two distinct temperature zones help to ensure that food, beverages and wines are stored at their proper temperatures.
Make a distinctive statement when you combine a Beverage Center, Wine Cellar and Under Counter Refrigerator in flush alignment with your adjacent cabinetry. Experience the elegance of this integrated collection in a convenient, built-in suite.
Full electronic capacitive touch controls use lights to intuitively guide the user through selections.
Two presets in the upper zone easily set the proper temperature for food or beverages, and four presets in the lower zone maintain temperatures that are ideal for different varieties of wines.
Bright, LED lighting located in each zone illuminates the Beverage Center interior when the door is opened.
Automatically turns on the LED interior lights when motion is detected near the appliance.
Your beverages and hors d’oeuvres will appear to float on glass shelves accented with brushed aluminum.
Extendable, beechwood tine racks smoothly roll out on ball-bearing glides even when fully loaded, and have a soft-close feature when pushed back in.
Chill up to 14 wine bottles in the beverage center’s optimal storage environment.
Soft-Close technology lets your door close softly, quietly, securely.
The specially designed door protects bottles from damage by filtering out UV rays that can prematurely age wine and bleach labels. Thermal glass helps block sun and heating to ensure optimal internal temperatures are maintained.
Accepts a custom panel to match, or complement, surrounding cabinetry as part of a fully integrated design. Custom panels and handles must be purchased separately.