Question about Sub-Zero 685/S Stainless Steel Side by Side Refrigerator
We have a brand new (4 months old) Sub Zero with a water and ice dispenser in the door. The water and ice have a plastickey taste to it. We don't have this problem with tap water (it tastes fine) and when we flush the system out, the water also tastes fine. The water is seeming to taking on a taste when it is sitting in the tank in the refrigerator. Any ideas?
It will take about three to four months of using it before the plastic loses it freshness into your water. It has to dissipate the "New Car/Plumbing Smell" so to speak. It.s a normal unpleasant necessity but on the bright side... it does go away with use.
Posted on Sep 18, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The 650 does not have a filter built into the unit. Any filter would be on the supply line to unit, usually in the basement below the unit, or under the kitchen sink. Do you use alot of ice? If not you may want to empty the bucket every few weeks to let it produce fresh ice.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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