Nothing says convenience as much as compact Sub-Zero refrigerators, beverage centers and refrigerated drawers strategically located around your house.
Whether you always want to keep a cold beverage within the close vicinity or you simply need a small kitchen upgrade – you are very likely to become an owner of a compact Sub-Zero refrigerated solution. It is worth pointing out, however, that even a small undercounter refrigerator is bound to have the same kind of problem as a full-sized French door unit. Both of these appliance types require regular maintenance and can be somewhat tricky to troubleshoot in case of the performance decrease.
Compact undercounter refrigerators are a great universal solution that may fit any house. These appliances can be used both for storing beverages and food, combining the best of both worlds. Albeit undercounter refrigerators prove more durables than full-sized appliances they still encounter a wide range of problems and require regular maintenance and occasional repair.
Sub-Zero undercounter drawers are an ideal solution for storing food that you would like to access a lot. Refrigerated drawers are far better at preserving the low temperature without significant energy cost than that “normal” swing-door counterparts. Compact and convenient, these refrigerators can be rather convenient in a big house – and this is why it is important to diagnose any malfunctions early and repair them before the problem gets worse.
There is nothing as good as a cool drink during a hot summer, and most of the time these are the compact beverage centers that do all the cooling work for you. There is no need to throw away your beverage center in case it quits working or in case it develops a fault or two – most of the faults with Sub-Zero appliances can be easily repaired and the broken parts replaced.
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22457 E Ottawa Dr, Suite 1436, Aurora CO
12036 East Hoye Dr Aurora, CO 80012 (720) 730-7202
5200 S Ulster St, #1220,
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
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It is important to keep in mind that it may take up to 24 hours for a refrigerator to reach the target temperature after you plug it in – whether you had to unplug your appliance for a long period or you have just bought it. We also strongly recommend checking the condenser of your appliance – it is recommended to vacuum the condenser each 6 to 12 months. A dust-covered condenser will prevent the appliance from efficiently dissipating heat. As a result, your refrigerator will cycle more often, the electricity consumption will significantly increase and the cooling capacity will drop. Finally, check the temperature controls on the refrigerator control panel. The recommending setting is 38 degrees for a refrigerator and 0 degrees for a freezer. If you have gone through all these steps and still failed to find the problem it may be a good idea to contact a technician for further diagnostics and repair.
We would like to point out that refrigerators tend to produce a low humming noise during normal operation, however, due to a variety of problems this noise may get louder. Most of the time the loud noise is caused by a faulty condenser or evaporator fan motor. If the noise stops when you open the door then the problem lies with the evaporator fan. Unfortunately, there is no simple way to fix it except replacing the motor itself. It is worth mentioning that sometimes the problem can be caused by a frost build up over the freezer fan blades. If there is a visible ice buildup inside your freezer, it may be a good idea to defrost it manually and see if the problems go away.