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Sub zero 680 freezer fan - Refrigerators

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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

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SOURCE: ICE MAKER SUB ZERO REFIGERATOR

Check water turned on. check ice button switch turned on in fridge. remove juice storage, ice container in freezer, check ice bucket full white plastic flapper to make sure not stuck on a white peg at top. flapper must hang down and be freely movable to signal ice maker to keep busy. If up high will turn off ice maker. Lots of other parts especially heater circuits involved also: fill tube supply heater not working then frozen supply line then no ice. Look for wiring diagram in ziplock behind compressor grille. can order parts at repairclinic.com. logical design, layout, easy to get to sensors, heaters. makes sense if look at it long enough.

Posted on Jun 01, 2008

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Joe McG

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SOURCE: Sub-Zero 680 - Service light flashing/need to change the filter

The service flashing means that you had a long run time over a period of time. You can reset it by turning the unit on and off or if you have a door alarm button hold that for 30 seconds and that will clear the fault code. If it comes back you have a problem that needs to be addressed such as cleaining the condensor. There is no factory filter on these units. If there is a filter it is most likely under the unit, which can be accessed by removing the kick. THe kick plate is held in place by two phillips head screws, remove them and have a look. If it was done by a "professional" they should have put an inline shut off valve for easy replacement of the filter.

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

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SOURCE: Where are the coils on a sub zero 680? Vacuum condenser signal

Hello.
On the top of your unit there is a grill. Open both door and look at the lip under the grill. Remove these four screws. Now, pull on the top of the grill. You will notice that it is held on by two springs. Unhook those springs and set the cover aside. The coils are on the right hand side. Use a vacuum with the soft brush attachment to clean them and avoid damaging the airflow. Also, check the fan on the other side of the coils to make sure it is running.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: side by side sub zero refrigerator: freezer is

still not clear. in your question you say refrig side is dark and not running, then you say you put a temp guage in it overnight and it's steady. So you DO have cooling in refrig? If it's just the lights, yes it could the switch or it could be the light bulbs.

Posted on Jul 16, 2010

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I need to wire in a new freezer light for sub-zero 680 wires are just hanging


Refer to the wiring diagram located in service compartment.

Sep 12, 2014 | Sub-Zero 680 / F

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There is a small fan in my sub zero 680 (model year 1999) located above shelfs in refrigerator side. It will spin only if forced by hand. What does this fan do and how expensive is it to replace? thanks


FREEZER FAN MOTOR MAY NEED REPLACED. THE EASIEST WAY IS TO TAKE OFF THE BACK PANEL IN FREEZER AND REMOVE THE FAN
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Sub-Zero 680/F The fridge is flashing "service"


Not filter but condenser coil thathe is next to compressor. Clean it out then check unit operation

Jan 26, 2018 | Sub-Zero 680 / F

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The control panel flashes "EC" where the fridge temp is displayed. The word "service" is also flashing.


"EC 50" means excessive refrigerator compressor run time. What is the serial number? Is the condenser fan running? Can you feel airflow from the left side up top? Is the strip between the fridge and freezer hot to the touch?

Mar 10, 2010 | Sub-Zero 680 / F

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Cleaned condenser on sub sero 680f and now fridge is running high


Check to see if the condensor fan (underneath the refrigerator) and the evaporator fan (behind a panel in the freezer) are both running. If one of these is not running, the refrigerator will not have its full efficiency.

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Refridgerator light out, panel out, freezer fine


It's probably the swtich (the one on the left at the top of the door opening).

Sep 25, 2009 | Sub-Zero 680 / F

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Sub Zero 680 freezer temperature problem


check the condencer on top .open the doors look up you should see three screws take them out and pull down the panel and clean the condencer if its clean CALL repair guy!

Jul 24, 2009 | Sub-Zero 680 / F

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Where are the coils on a sub zero 680? Vacuum condenser signal


Hello.
On the top of your unit there is a grill. Open both door and look at the lip under the grill. Remove these four screws. Now, pull on the top of the grill. You will notice that it is held on by two springs. Unhook those springs and set the cover aside. The coils are on the right hand side. Use a vacuum with the soft brush attachment to clean them and avoid damaging the airflow. Also, check the fan on the other side of the coils to make sure it is running.

Jul 16, 2009 | Sub-Zero 680 / F

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Service light is blinking & rubber trim is hot


usually when the center divider is hot to the touch, it means that the compressor is running hot. either your compressor fan is not running or it is stuck or running too slow. Joe

Nov 19, 2008 | Sub-Zero 680 / S

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Sub Zero Model 680 - Light in Fridge and Control Panel out


Try wiggling light switch side to side kinda hard, (the light switch is the one on the left) it should come on, showing you its a bad lt. switch.if that fails install 1 new 40watt,(long) appliance bulb. but it is going to be the switch or the bulb considering there wasn't any wiring work done on unit. part# for the light switch is 3060140 make sure the back of the switch is white not black (black is a fan switch) Good Luck !!!

Sep 01, 2008 | Sub-Zero 680 / F

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