Subzero Refrigerator Regular Maintenance
Subzero refrigerators have a long average lifespan. With regular maintenance, the Subzero refrigerator should last 20-30 years. Unfortunately, there may be occasions when your Subzero stops cooling correctly. It's not only an inconvenience but also food and energy waste. We'll examine a few steps to check your refrigerator when it stops cooling and how to correct the problem.
- Adjust The Temperature Settings
Ensure the thermostat is set in the middle position - analog thermostat or the temperature settings are 37℉ (refrigerator side) and 0℉ (freezer side) - digital thermostat. If the temperature settings are off, it will cause all kinds of cooling problems. It is easy to bump the thermostat or accidentally change settings when cleaning the inside of the refrigerator compartment or when moving items in and out.
- Check the Door Gaskets
The door gaskets are essential components of your Subzero refrigerator. Regularly check the door gaskets for damages. Over time, gaskets become worn, loose, or torn. It will allow the cold air to leak and cause the rise of the temperature inside the unit. Regularly, wipe the gaskets with a soft, damp cloth to prevent damages.
- Clean the Condenser Regularly
It is important to clean your Subzero condenser coils at least once a year. Visit our blog to find out more about how to clean your Subzero condenser
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