Question about Sub-Zero Refrigerators
Posted by Anonymous on
Means that compressor runs more than usual, so try to clean condenser coils, turn off fridge at breaker box for 5 min, turn back on. If light will come on in couple of days, then most likely Your refrigerator is low on freon, usually they have leak at evaporator coils. And most likely You will need to call refrigeration company. Thats how I fix it.
Posted on Jun 14, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: refrigerator keeps running
I have the same problem. I called a service rep for G.E. and he said that there are 3 thermodisc
sensors behind the white evaporator cover. He gave me a price to repair that was completly out
of range for the problem. I paid him for his service call and sent him on his way. I then decided to
to order the parts from a factory online parts center at less then half the cost of my estimate not
to mention that when I was ordering the part the Factory emailed me a complete parts breakdown showing the Thermodisc and that my unit only has 1 thermodisc not three installed from the factory.
I ordered 2 one for a backup just in case. I deiced the buildup and installed the disc after 24 hours the refrigerator was working normal for about 4-months. Once again the refrigerator iced up and stopped cooling so I called the factory tech support and they told that it is normal to have some ice on the cover of the evaporator and the thermodisc is at that point supposed to open the cooling circuit to let the unit go into defrost mode and then close again. The Tech said that I had a bad
Thermodisc again so I put the spare one that I ordered in and it also worked for about 3 months
now I have the same problem ????????
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
I'm sorry we must have got disconnected somehow, like I said the problem is going to be with the defrost system or the evaporator motor from the limited information you gave me...hope your problem was resolved. Thanks! Mike
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
The vacuum condenser indicator keeps flashing on and off. I did vacuum the unit, the the indicator lights keeps flashing on and off. How can I reset it and keep it off?
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
Remove shelves and check if there is a small frost or ice buildup on one of the corners of the back panel. If there is - there is likely a problem with the sealed system (freon leaked out)
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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