Question about Refrigerators
My Subzero 532 Ice Maker seems to make ice just fine but the ice drawer is accumulating excess water which subsequently freezes all the crescent shaped ice together into one large unuseable block of ice. This seems to be a reoccuring problem (every 1.5 to 2 years).How can I fix it myself?
SOURCE: subzero model 532
The trick to putting the drawer back correctly is to ensure that the auger pushes into the motor coupling. To achieve this you will have to put the drawer in place and gently push it in while turning the auger inside the drawer by hand. You will know when it has clicked in.
Posted on Nov 04, 2007
SOURCE: SubZero 532 frig lights out
There are two door switches one for fan and the other for the lights. With the compressor running, there are two so yu need to make sure it is the refrigerator and not the freezer, open the door and press the right switch and listen for a fan. The left should be your light switch and the problem is generally in the switch, on rare occasions there is a failure of bi-metal safety switch part number 4200850. One very rare occasions you may have a wiring proble.If you go to www.subzero.com there is a showroom locator tab on the top right corner, click it and you will go to a locator page which will get you to your local parts didtributor.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
Do you still have a manual or can tell me the watts power consumption of the 532?
I'll look into your question. Sounds like a sticking icemaker water valve, but I'll have a look.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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