How much is a new Sub-Zero refrigerator?

How Much is a Sub Zero Refrigerator?

Side-by-Side 36/42/48-inch width, water dispenser options, stainless steel or panel ready, 21/24/29 cu. ft. from $12,520
Bottom Freezer 30/36-inch width, water dispenser options, stainless steel, glass, or panel ready, 18/22 cu. ft. from $8,480

Where is the compressor on a Sub-Zero refrigerator?

In most Sub-Zero 500 Series fridges the compressor is located at the top part of the refrigerator, behind a grill. Carefully unhinge and remove the grill and then the cover. Depending on the model, you may see two compressors – for the freezer and for the refrigerator.

How many compressors does a Sub-Zero refrigerator have?

It Gets Better, Sub-Zeros Have Dual Compressors In the refrigerator, three parts are involved in keeping your foods cold. The three are the compressor, condenser, and evaporator.

How do you troubleshoot a Sub-Zero refrigerator?

For an Existing Sub-Zero Refrigerator

  1. Check the setpoint temperatures for the compartment.
  2. Verify the door closes and was not left ajar for a long time.
  3. Correct or remove anything blocking the door from closing.
  4. Check the door gasket or rubber for damage.
  5. New groceries or warm food will raise temperatures for a time.

How do I reset my Sub-Zero refrigerator?

To reset a Sub-Zero product:

  1. Turn the unit off at the control panel. For units with a dial control, turn the knob to zero (0) or off.
  2. Turn the home circuit breaker to the unit off for 30 seconds and back on again. Retest the unit operation.

Do Sub-Zero refrigerators have 2 compressors?

Sub-Zero’s Dual-Compressor System Makes a Huge Difference From the beginning, Sub-Zero refrigerators were engineered with two compressors so that both the refrigerator and freezer compartments would maintain optimal temperature and humidity to better preserve your food.

How long should a freezer compressor run?

It is typical for a refrigerator compressor to run anywhere between 4 to 8 hours straight before shutting off. In fact, newer refrigerators are expected to constantly run 80-90 percent of their lifetime.