Question about Sub-Zero 695/O Side by Side Refrigerator
Need to find where the water filter is located on sub zero 695
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No seal or gasket on the water line... you do have a water valve that maybe sticking open .... and/or the switch in the water dispenser is stayng open...hope it helps let me know..
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
The service flashing means that you had a long run time over a period of time. You can reset it by turning the unit on and off or if you have a door alarm button hold that for 30 seconds and that will clear the fault code. If it comes back you have a problem that needs to be addressed such as cleaining the condensor. There is no factory filter on these units. If there is a filter it is most likely under the unit, which can be accessed by removing the kick. THe kick plate is held in place by two phillips head screws, remove them and have a look. If it was done by a "professional" they should have put an inline shut off valve for easy replacement of the filter.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
There are a couple of possible problems. If you mean load motor noise as in the compressor then you likely have a sealed system problem. Either a bad internal valve is making it noisy and you are loosing presure within the system. You will need a new compressor if this is the problem. A technician could tell you if this is the problem just by checking the internal low side presures. A few things that I would check before calling a technician is 1. Make sure the condenser fan in the upper unit is running. 2. Check to see that the internal fan in the freezer is operating as well. 3. Check to see that the freezer light is going off when you close the door. If all of these things are working I would suggest call a technician.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
Hello. The factory indicates your unit required an in-line water filter if your plans were to use one, or the installers added it. There was no indication of an internal filter in the fridge itself. If there was it should be easy to see or find. However this can be good news for you also as your filter (if installed) migt be easy to find and access behind or near the fridge if installed well and a good quality but common form of water filter you can easily replace may have been used, if installed. Otherwise if you have whole-house water filtering already they may not have added any further filtering.
If you can contact who installed your 690 they should be able to tell you where they installed it and what type. If not just have someone follow your water line to the fridge unit, and see what turns up as you make your way along to the place where water connects to the fridge.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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