Question about Sub-Zero 650 / O Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
Get into diagnostic mode by pressing and holding either colder key, then pressing on/off. You can use the colder key to scroll through 5 reading labeled fe, re, f, and r look at the re temp. is it higher than 38? if it is you probably have a freon leak in the evaporater refridgerator (call sub zero...they will completely pay for this issue, even past the 5 year warranty) If the temp reads really low (like 10 on re or something) you probably have a bad fan or fan switch in the fridge portion. this unit has seperate compressors and freon for the fridge and freezer..hence the lack of problems in the freezer. hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 24, 2007
Looks good what are all the definitions of fe, re, f, r, and ? (you said there are five. How do we return to normal operation? I don't want to wind up in 'showroom' or 'sabbath' modes.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
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