Sub-Zero Refrigerators are known for their incredibly quality and durability, but even they need repairs every so often. The following are problems you may experience with your refrigerator, and what signs to look out for.
Dirty Condenser Coils
Keeping the condenser coils clean is a major part of refrigerator maintenance because buildup on the coils can cause a number of problems. The condenser coils cause heat to dissipate from the refrigerant. If you are experiencing the following issues, you may need to have your condenser coils cleaned:
Inconsistent cycling – Listen for differences in the sound of your unit.
Do not let dirty condenser coils go. Eventually, accumulation on these coils can overheat your compressor, which is a much bigger problem.
Misaligned or Broken Drainage Lines
The exchange of heat that occurs within your refrigerator creates condensation, which is collected by your drainage pan and drainage lines. Your drainage lines can shift out of place or break, and the pan could also tilt or become damaged. If you are experiencing the following issues, contact Sub-Zero Service Centers to repair your drainage lines:
Water pooling on the floor in front of the unit
The compressor’s job is to circulate refrigerant throughout your unit. If this fails, it could cause the following problems:
Unusually high temperature inside the fridge
Unit is not making usual cycling sounds
If your compressor it can also mean that your condenser coils have not been properly cleaned.
The gasket is the rubber lining around your refrigerator door, forming a tight seal to keep warm air from outside from entering your fridge. A loose gasket can result in the following problems:
Warm food or unusually high temperatures within the fridge
Puddles of water on the floor
If your Sub-Zero refrigerator is experiencing any of the above issues, contact the experienced technicians at Authorized Sub Zero Repair, New Jersey, New York & Connecticut. Toll free 800-889-2099 Or schedule an appointment today here.