Question about Sub-Zero 601R
Posted by Anonymous on
Doe anything come on? A fan perhaps? If you look closely at the display you can see the numbers even with the lights out. I think I would check that you actually have power to the unit first.
Posted on Feb 07, 2016
If all the lights are out, check the bulbs. They sometimes get build up on them and need to be wiggled to make better contact. a 1/8 turn will sometimes do the trick. If there is no light, the panel will not illuminate. It is back lit with the 4 bulbs under the plastic top panel. No light, no panel light. Compressor has a 4 minute delay. It is possible that a switches are bad at the bottom of door. Do a check with a multi-meter, one switch is always on, the other is always off, if you push it and the status changes, the switch is good.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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