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Sub zero my subzero was off for 2 months i change the condenser fan it seems to be getting cold very slowly is this normal

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Everything works. But the fan runs all the time on or off. 25/7


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Sub-zero 550 refrigerator is too cold--icing at boottom near vegetable bins. Temperature is eratic--a lot of variation between top shelf and bottom and frequently shifting and changing.


It is very common for this refrigerator to have a freon leak in the evaporator.
Since you need a EPA license, This is usually beyond the scope for the home owner to repair.
http://www.on-timeappliance.com/subzero.html

Mar 28, 2012 | Sub-Zero Refrigerators

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I have a 690 subzero refrig that runs almost continually and temps jump around from 38-46..any ideas


I had the vacuum condenser message on my sub zero for about five years. I vacuumed it every six months (as per the owners manual) and the message would go out for about a day and then come back. I figured it was just a bad code.

Recently, my frigerator temp went from the normal 38 to 40 deg F to about 53 to 55 deg F. My freezer temperature was normal (0 deg to -2 deg F). My unit is under warranty (parts only) -- Model 560 -- so I called an authorized service company. They found that my evaporator coil was bad and replaced. I had to pay for labor and freon so my bill was about $300.

Since then -- my warning message is gone and my frig temp is at 38 deg F. Constant. No waivering.

So - for those of you with a Sub Zero with a wandering frig temp and with the "vacuum condenser" message on all the time -- I am suggesting that you get service out to look at it immedately. More than likely -- you have a freon leak and the frig cooling is insufficient leading to the error message ("vacuum condenser"). I am guessing that my frig was running all the time leading to a higher electric bill (potentially -- an extra $10 - $15/month * 12 months * 5 years of owning the house = $600 - $900 of money thrown out the window.

Hope this helps!

Ron

Mar 31, 2010 | Refrigerators

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Does the fan is on all the time?


old subzeros the CONDENSER FAN MOTOR RUNS OLD THE TIME. SAME WHIT THE EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR. RUNS ALL THE TIME. now fos systems whit 2 compressor the condenser fan motor run for both compressor. only stop when both compressor stop......

Nov 25, 2009 | Sub-Zero 611 / O Bottom Freezer...

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Sub zero wine cooler showing 78 and76 and says


Clean the condenser located under the unit. This may help. However, more serious problems involve refrigeration leaks shorted thermistors and non running fan motors. All are common. I recommend an authorized Subzero tech for this unit if cleaning the condenser does not help.

Sep 14, 2009 | Sub-Zero Bottom Freezer Refrigerator

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Subzero 632 cycles from 37 to 50 degrees


few things to check... condenser coil clean. dirty condenser fluctuate temp. clean condenser. evap fan motor work? open the fridge. press the switch. heard the fan? feel the frame around the fridge an freezer is hot? or cold? cold ok. hot dirty condenser coils OR condenser fan motor. or seal system problem. call a tech>.. good luck... LEAVE YOU COMMENT IF IT WAS GOOD FOR YOU... thanks

Mar 07, 2009 | Sub-Zero 632 / S

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SubZero 650 - fridge 36 to 50 deg, vac condensor light flashing


Hi!! you have a seal system problem.A leak in the evaporator..

Dec 26, 2008 | Sub-Zero 650 / O Bottom Freezer...

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Refrigerator not cooling


Please call Jon Larson in our Sub-Zero and Wolf customer service department at 800-222-7820. He will assist you in resolving the situation with your model 690.

Sincerely,


Diane E. White
Assistant Markeing Manager - Trade
Sub-Zero and Wolf
diane.white@subzero.com

Sep 18, 2008 | Sub-Zero 690 Side by Side Refrigerator

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Hi...need help...subzero 550


Make sure the condensor is clean, blow some Air though the Condensor to make sure good Air flow towards Compressors. also, you might have a bad defrost timer or Freezer Control... worst case you might have a bad Compressor... hope I can help....

Jan 16, 2008 | Sub-Zero Bottom Freezer Refrigerator

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