Nothing stops a party like a broken ice maker. When your Sub-Zero ice maker breaks, you can count on Sub-Zero Repair Centers of South Florida to perform emergency Sub-Zero ice maker repair at any time of day or night. If you want to prevent an ice emergency, look for these warning signs – and then call us.

Your ice tastes bad, or is discolored – This could point to an issue with your water filter, and should be looked into immediately by a Sub-Zero repair technician.

You find specks in your ice cubes – This is a sign that debris is getting through your water filtration system somehow. Discontinue using the ice and contact a technician.

There is no ice in the tray – If your ice maker is not producing ice, check that the lever is in the correct position. If it is, and your ice maker is still not producing ice, there could be a number of issues with your ice maker.

Minimal ice is being produced – If it seems like your machine is producing less ice than normal, there could be something wrong with your equipment.

Your ice cubes are the wrong size – If your ice machine begins producing ice cubes that are too small or large, it is a sign that something is wrong with the machine. Your repair technician will be able to find and fix the issue before it becomes an emergency.

Your ice does not eject – If ice is being made, but isn’t being ejected into the ice tray, you need to call a technician to repair your ice maker.

Your ice maker is leaking – Water leaking from your ice maker is the biggest sign that there is an issue with your ice machine. Your Sub-Zero repair technician will be able to find the leak and repair it quickly before it becomes an emergency.

Our same day repair services in New Jersey will ensure that your Sub-Zero ice maker is running smoothly again in no time. Look out for these warning signs and contact us before a small issues turns into an emergency.

Please contact us toll free at 800-889-2099 Or schedule an appointment today here.