Question about Sub-Zero 650 / O Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
Posted by Anonymous on
Look at both those tracks on each side. its likely one or both are cracked or broken. Each one has 2 screws holding it in. To put the metal hange back in the tracks, you must get new tracks (if broken/cracked) then hold the2 tracks onto the bucket carriage...then stick thewhole thing in as an assembly, hen put the 4 screws back in. there are 2 more small screws way in the back (one on each side), but they do not have to be removed, only there to guide the racks in properly. these tracks are only about 7 bucks apeice, and shouldn't take long to chamge. Good Luck!
Posted on Aug 16, 2007
SOURCE: Sub Zero Freezer Vacuum
If your freezer temps are ok, it may just be that your gasket is getting older and it becomes more porus as it ages. The vacume sound doesnt really mean alot except that the difference in the room temp and the cold of the freezer create this vacume.
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
You probably need to defrost freezer - frozen moisture possibly stockedevap. fan motor in the freezer. Turn it OFF for 24 hours and start itover. Make sure no moisture condensation on the freezer compartmentsurfaces as walls and shelfs. If so wipe it out. Pull out and remove upper basket from the freezer, push fan switch which is located almost under ice maker.You have to hear evaporator fan motor start working. Still not work? Call to professionaltechie! Good luck! :)
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
There is a plastic sled that fits on a wire bail, connected to a microswitch that tells the unit that the ice level is low and it needs to turn on the water to fill the ice cube trays. The wire bail falls out and catches on the drawer. If you pull too hard, you will break the plastic sled where it attaches to the bail. You can still buy the entire ice maker unit and re-install it easily, or if you are really handy, you can attempt a temporary fix with a little bit of wire at each end of the plasitc sled to keep it attached correctly to the wire bail. The older units were famous for this problem. I fixed mine, but ultimately had to replace the unit. Parts cost around $130.
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
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