You expect only the top performance from your Sub Zero appliances, so when a unit from the 500 Series loses performance capability, it can be surprising.
Denver’s Best Sub Zero Wolf Repair is here to help you. We have the experience, personnel, equipment, and knowledge to solve any problem you may be having with your appliance—large or small.
For Sub Zero 500 Series repair that’s personalized to fit your needs, just call us today.
We help customers solve all sorts of appliance problems. Here are some common problems we see with Sub Zero 500 Series appliances:
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Our technicians have the knowhow and experience to repair any faulty appliance. Rest assured, when you call us you are in good hands.
We provide upfront estimates with no hidden costs. There is no charge for return visits if needed. We take pride in our work and only use manufacturer suggested replacement parts.
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There might be plenty of reasons why your Sub-Zero refrigerator will not maintain the appropriate temperature or cool at all. Let's learn more about this topic. The first part you want to check is the condenser coils. If they are dusty your appliance won't operate properly. You will need a brush to clean them. The next step is to examine if your evaporator and condenser fans are clean and not damaged. If you find your fridge unusually cold or hot, there are chances that you have a faulty thermostat. Damaged wiring might also prevent your appliance from cooling. We advise you to call for professional assistance if you do not have enough experience or feel unsure about the root of your issue.
If you find your floor wet, you might have a malfunctioning defrost drain or water filter. Defrost drain usually gets clogged with ice or small food debris. It is recommended to regularly check the defrost drain and clean it with hot water. The other cause is a faulty water filter. A bad connection between the water supply and the filter can be a reason for the leak. Sometimes your fridge could develop a leak if the wrong type of water filter has been previously installed. Otherwise, you may have a problem with the old or damaged connections.
If your fridge runs constantly and makes an unusual noise, you probably have a faulty compressor, dirty condenser coils, or damaged door gasket. You can tell that your compressor is bad if it operates loudly, the cycle never ends and the temperature is unstable. Faulty door gasket prevents your fridge from keeping cold air inside, so your appliance has to constantly start a new cycle again.
The first thing you need to check is light bulb itself. You can easily tell if it is broken and replace the faulty part. You also need to check if the wiring is damaged. In addition, your main control board might be at fault. We strongly recommend hiring a professional to handle with this kind of issues.