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Sub-Zero service manual

Where can I find a service manual for the model 642 Sub-Zero refrigerator? The service light is flashing on the display. The word "Ice" is also displayed.

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  • gurkenkoenig Apr 20, 2009

    after discovering that my 642 sub zero doesn't make ice I saw a light flashing saying "vacuum condenser" since I didn't have the manual, the old owners didn't leave it, I found this link, model 642 is included:



    http://www.subzero.com/resources/product...

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Here is a link to the error codes. If there is a fault condition these should be flashing on the display:

http://fixitnow.com/wp/2006/06/29/error-codes-for-the-sub-zero-600-series-refrigerators/

One this to try is a hard reset: unplug and wait for a few minutes and re-plug back in. Sometime this resets the service condition and will then display the error codes.

Ice is displayed when the ice maker is turned on. Press the ice on/off and it should turn off.

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