Question about Sub-Zero 642
Before one can get to the two springs, there are a three screws that need to be removed first. Open the refrigerator and freezer doors. Their are two screws on the reefrig side and one on the freezer side in the jamb, at the top. Once these are removed, the SS grill can be tilted forward and the two springs removed.
The best way to clean the condenser is with a paint brush on one side and a vacuum cleaner on the other side. Gently brush teh condenser to loosen the debris. It will be sucked in by the vacuum cleaner.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
The grill is held in place by 2 springs . Just tilt outward and remove the springs .
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The Control Center monitors refrigerator and
freezer temperatures as well as the ice maker
system. If there is a temperature or ice maker
problem, you'll be alerted by a flashing
SERVICE indicator light. This same SERVICE
light will also flash if the condenser needs
cleaning. Before calling for service, please
check and see if your condenser area needs
cleaning. Refer to Condenser Cleaning,
In all Built-In models, the condenser is located
behind the grille. First, remove the grille. Then
using a soft bristle brush, vacuum to remove
dust and lint from the condenser. NOTE: To
avoid bending the condenser fins, be sure to
vacuum in the direction of the fins (up and
down). Clean the condenser area every three
to six months.
Before cleaning the unit, shut the electricity
off at the control panel. When you
clean the condenser, wear gloves to avoid
injury from the sharp condenser fins.
Failure to clean the condenser could
result in temperature loss or mechanical
failure or damage.
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