Question about Sub-Zero 561 / F
NEED ORIGINAL DOORS ON MY 561 SUB ZERO FRIDGE. LOOKS AS THOUGH ORIGINAL OWNER HAD PANELS PLACED ON TOP OF DOORS TO MATCH PANeL DOORS ON CABINETS IN KITCHEN . NICE LOOK 20 YEARS ago BUT NOW WE WANT IT BACK TO ORIGINAL STATE. ANY SUGGESTIONS?
Given the model serial number I could get your decorative panels. The door itself is a framed door and designed to take a 1/4" insert. You can have new panels made if you have changed the cabinets, order stainless steel panels or put another material of your choosing. If you would like the more about the panels reply with mod and ser number which is in the freezer door jamb at eye level. Open the door past 90 degrees and look in.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
SOURCE: sub zero freezer too warm
I believe the freezer has to get down to 7 degrees or lower for icemaker to harvest. Clean your condenser and blow it out. If that doe not fix it you will need service for sealed system
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
I had the same problem with my sub zero. I took off the grill on the top and vacuumed the coil that has the fan in front of it. The problem has not happened since. I'ts worth a try.
Posted on May 01, 2009
Thanks to everyone for the help.We did get it moving and working finally. My husband took the ice drawer out. Reached up to where the ice drops out and poked around a bit. He said he didn't move anything but I heard a piece of ice move. We then shut the power off at the breaker switch, waited 10 seconds or so then turned back on. An hour or so later, we heard ice drop and it's still making ice. What a relief. I
could tell there had been a power failure as the clocks all needed resetting. So as someone suggested, we just had to reboot the thing.
We tried everything after reading 50 plus pages of questions and answers and finally got it. Thanks so much!
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
pop the top panel and clean your condenser,this is the most common problem,other than that it could be your compressor or refrigerant leak.this model i believe is two separate systems so one will not effect the other/. good luck!
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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