Question about Sub-Zero 700TCLH Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
The most likely cause of your problem is a loose wire in the plug connecting your fridge to the power socket - check the terminal screws that secure the wires into the plug, and of course check or replace the fuse with a known "good" one.
Also plug some other appliance in the socket that your fridge is normally connected to, just to make sure there is power at the socket itself.
I have never known fridges to have internal fuses, but there's always a first time :-)
Hope this helps - if not come back with a comment so I can try to help you further.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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