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“Subzero” Appliance Repair

If you are looking for a reliable and affordable Subzero appliance repair, look no further than My Appliance Repair Houston

 

Homeowners across different coasts choose Subzero appliances for their homes, wine cellars, bars, and so on. Freezers and fridges are the most common appliances this brand produces, but they also provide more niche appliances like wine coolers. Subzero is a trusted brand founded in 1945, which made history by being the first appliance manufacturer to produce built-in refrigerators. 

 

Their innovative techniques and high-quality products have made them especially famous with wine collectors as they created wine coolers that could be connected to home security systems, making additional protection. 

 

Common “Subzero” Appliance Faults

While Subzero appliances are of high quality, this does not make them immune to faults. Common faults Subzero appliances do develop that every owner needs to be aware of are problems with the interior compressors and water leaks. Faulty interior compressors, in particular, can cause Subzero fridges and freezers not to function correctly. 

 

Many other faults can also affect your Subzero appliances, but knowing the right appliance repairer to call when an emergency occurs is essential. So, if you have a Subzero appliance that is not functioning properly, My Appliance Repair Houston can help. 

 

Why Choose My Appliance Repair Houston ?

A Subzero appliance repair well done can save your appliance’s life and even increase it. So, if you are experiencing any fault with your Subzero appliance, we are the right company for you. My Appliance Repair Houston offers Subzero repair services for major Subzero appliances. We are not just any service, but a service backed up with years of experience and a dedication to incredible customer service. 

 

At My Appliance Repair Houston, our professional technicians are always striving to provide top-notch service, as thorough and efficient service is the heart of our brand. This is reflected in our transparent and upfront estimates and the way we keep homes clean during and after our repair service. 

 

“Sub Zero” Appliance Repair Service Offerings

  • Subzero freezer repair
  • Subzero refrigerator repair 
  • Subzero wine fridge repair 
  • Subzero external ice and water dispenser 
  • Subzero integrated wine storage 
  • And many more. 

 

Get Parts For Your “Subzero” Appliance 

If you need certain parts to fulfill your Subzero repair , give us a call. One of the benefits of working with My Appliance Repair Houston is that our technicians can diagnose or confirm which Subzero appliance parts you need, source them for you, and have them installed for you. 

 

Book An Expert “Subzero” Appliance Repair Service With My Appliance Repair Houston

Arranging for your Subzero repair in Houston could not be easier. Our engineers/technicians are thoroughly trained, and our price includes call-out fees, repair fees, and parts fees (if needed). 

 

At My Appliance Repair Houston, our engineers also carry parts in their vans to help reduce the need for return visits, saving you time and restoring your appliance to excellent working conditions as quickly as possible. 

 

For more details about our Subzero appliance repair , or to book our repair service, do not hesitate to give My Appliance Repair Houston a call today. 

 

DISCLAIMER: My Appliance Repair Houston is an appliance repair service. We are not in any way endorsed by, sponsored by, affiliated with, or connected with Subzero, Inc. or Wolf Appliance, Inc.  

SubZero Refrigerator Problems

Not Operating Properly 
If your unit won’t come on, make sure that it is plugged in and that your power is on. Next, make sure that you have not tripped a circuit breaker or blown a fuse. Replace any blown fuses, and reset your circuit breaker. If your refrigerator is too warm, ensure that the door is properly closed, and reduce how often you open it. Leaving the refrigerator open too long also causes frost to build up. Next, clean the condenser area of any debris or dust. Your refrigerator will also not run if it’s in the defrost mode. Leave the refrigerator alone for about 30 minutes, and then try to restart it.

Control Center Panel 
If you see a flashing “Service” light on your Control Center panel, check your condenser and clean out any debris. Next, run a test on your temperature sensor by hitting the “Unit On/Off” button, and then hit the button again to restart the refrigerator. If the “Service” light is still flashing, your temperature sensor may be bad. You must call for service. If you see both the “Service” and “Ice” lights flashing, check for excess water, and call for service if you see water. If not, try turning the unit on and off.

Operation 
It is normal to hear gear or fan noises. Condensation is also normal if you open the door often and during the summer. If you are not receiving any ice, make sure that the ice maker is turned on and that the ice bucket is in the correct position. Next, ensure that your water supply is connected and turned on. Your refrigerator will run for long periods of time if you have a lot of food in it. If not, make sure that the doors are closed tightly and that the condenser is clean.

Additional Issues 
If the outside of your freezer is warm, check your condenser, and clean if necessary. Odors commonly come from food. Clean your unit, and cover up any foods. If frost builds up, and the door is completely closed, call a service technician. Your refrigerator door or sealing may not be adjusted correctly. A refrigerator unit will run warm without adequate airflow. Check your airflow vents, and remove any blockages.

SubZero Range Problems

Range does not operate. 
Verify power is on.
Verify electrical power to the range and home circuit breaker is on.
The oven will automatically turn off after 12 hours of continual use, except in Dehydration or Sabbath mode.

Clock display turns off. 
The clock display is in standby power mode.

No control knob display. 
Pull the oven control knob out and reinsert fully. Turn the circuit breaker off for 5 seconds, then turn back on.

No response from control panel touch pads. 
Turn the oven bezel to OFF to exit Sabbath mode.
Turn the circuit breaker off for 5 seconds, then turn back on.

SAb displayed on the oven control knob. 
Turn the oven bezel to OFF to exit Sabbath mode.

PF displayed on the oven control knob. 
The unit had a power outage. Turn the selector bezel to a cooking mode, then back to OFF to reset.
Turn the circuit breaker off for 5 seconds, then turn back on.

OPP displayed on the oven control knob. 
One of the ovens may be in self-clean mode. If one oven is in self-clean, the other can not be used.

OE, OC or other error displayed. 
Contact Wolf Factory Certified Service.

Oven pops or bangs during preheat or cool down. 
Normal with new oven cavity expansion and contraction.
Run a self-clean cycle.

Erratic flame, poor ignition or no ignition. 
Verify the burner caps are positioned properly.
Clean the burner and igniter properly.
If water spilled over recently, let the area dry completely. Use a hair dryer, if desired.
If a burner cap secures to the burner head, verify it is tightly fastened.
Push in the knob, then release. Verify the knob springs back.

Char broiler clicks continually. 
Verify the knob is set fully at HI.

Griddle indicator light flashes. 
Turn the knob off, then back on. The flame was lost and the unit entered safety lock-out mode.

SubZero Microwave Problems

Microwave oven does not operate. 
• Verify power is on.
• Verify electrical power to the microwave oven and home circuit breaker is on.

Food in the microwave oven is not heating. 
• Check controls to verify the proper setting.

The interior light does not work. 
• The light bulb is loose or burned out.

The touch controls will not operate. 
• The control panel lock is on.

The display flashes. 
• Power outage. Touch STOP/CLEAR and reset the clock. If the microwave oven was in use, reset the cooking function.

Radio or TV interference caused by microwave oven. 
• Verify the microwave oven is on a different electrical circuit, relocate the radio or TV as far away from the microwave oven as possible, or check the position and signal of antenna.

SubZero Dishwasher Problems

Dishwasher does not operate. 
• Verify power is on.
• Verify electrical power to dishwasher and home circuit breaker is on.
• Verify the child lock, Sabbath feature, and showroom mode are not turned on.

Dishes are not clean after the wash cycle. 
• Verify hot water supply.
• Verify spray arms turn freely by turning by hand.
• Verify dishes are not placed too close together and cups and bowls are face-down and are not nested.

Dishes are not dry after the wash cycle. 
• Verify there is rinse aid in the dispenser (even if the detergent includes rinse aid).
• Select a wash cycle other than Quick or Light, which have limited dry time.
• Turn on Extra Dry and/or Extended Dry.
• Increase the rinse aid dosing.

Excess moisture on the tub at the end of the wash cycle. 
• Verify there is rinse aid in the dispenser (even if the detergent includes rinse aid).

Sub-Zero Freezer Problems

Troubleshooting:

Only a Factory Certified Service technician can determine the exact cause of a cooling issue.

  • Use this troubleshooting as a starting point to determine if service is necessary.

For warm temperatures in a newly installed Sub-Zero freezer:

  1. Allow at least 24 hours for the unit to get to set temperature after being turned on or after changing the temperature.
  2. Make sure the door was not left ajar for a period of time, especially if there are children in the home. Turn the door ajar alarm on, if not being used, to make sure door is closing all the way.
  3. Correct or remove anything blocking the door from closing.
  4. Check the gasket for rips, tears, or cracks. A damaged gasket should be replaced.
  5. New groceries or warm food will raise temperatures for a period of time.
    • Ice cream softness varies based on ingredients and location in freezer, and is generally not a reliable indicator of freezer warmth.
    • Cooling is most efficient when the freezer is not tightly packed and air can circulate throughout.
  6. It is not necessary to clean the condenser on a unit that is less than 6 months old.
  7. Verify the unit is not in Showroom Mode. This is only likely if unit was a product on display in a dealer showroom. See Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove Showroom Mode Guide for instructions.
  8. If these troubleshooting steps do not resolve the issue, service is necessary to expertly diagnose and repair the product. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair.

For warm temperatures in an existing Sub-Zero freezer:

  1. Check the setpoint temperatures for the compartment.
    • On an electronic control panel, 00° is the factory setting.
    • For a dial control, set the dial between 4–6. 1 is warmest, and 10 is coldest.
  2. Make sure the door was not left ajar for a period of time, especially if there are children in the home. Turn the door ajar alarm on, if not being used, to make sure door is closing all the way.
  3. Correct or remove anything blocking the door from closing.
  4. Verify there are no error codes or service indicators, such as a wrench, on the electronic control panel.
  5. Check the gasket for rips, tears, or cracks. A damaged gasket should be replaced.
  6. New groceries or warm food will raise temperatures for a period of time.
    • Ice cream softness varies based on ingredients and location in freezer, and is generally not a reliable indicator of freezer warmth.
    • Cooling is most efficient when the freezer is not tightly packed and air can circulate throughout.
  7. Clean the Condenser if it has not been done in the last three months. Regular condenser cleaning helps maintain unit temperature.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: If the temperature is above 10 degrees (set at 0), it is unlikely to return to normal temperatures after a condenser cleaning. If the temperature is less than 10° high, condenser cleaning can help return to normal operation. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair. The service call can be canceled if the temperatures do return to normal.

  8. If temperatures do not appear, or the control panel does not respond, verify the unit is not in Sabbath Mode.
  9. If the lights are off and there is no cooling in the freezer, but the refrigerator is working normally, make sure the freezer was not disabled.
  10. Verify if only one or all sections are not cooling. This information is helpful if service is necessary.
  11. In stand-alone ice makers, models 235, 505, 506, 315I, and UC-15I, run a clean cycle if not done recently.
  12. Wait 24 hours for the unit to return to normal temperatures after correcting any or all of the above.
  13. If these troubleshooting steps do not resolve the issue, service is necessary to expertly diagnose and repair the product. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair.

Sub-Zero Ice Maker/Freezer Problems

We’re sorry to hear your Sub-Zero Ice Maker is no longer making ice. Summer’s upon us and that means hot days, so here is some Sub-Zero ice maker troubleshooting to get your ice maker back on its feet so you can have the tall, icy glass of water for which you’re thirsting.

The problems with your ice maker may be something you can easily troubleshoot and correct yourself without having to call us. These are the 6 things to check:

    1. Check the water filter. If it’s been a while since you changed the filter, the mesh may have become clogged with mineral deposits, blocking water flow through the unit. Your Use & Care manual will have instructions on how to change the filter and you can purchase replacement Sub-Zero water filters here. For best results, Sub-Zero recommends changing the water filter every 6-12 months, depending on usage. Do make sure you’re buying certified Sub-Zero water filters—there are many counterfeit refrigerator water filters online, and not only do they perform less well, some are even made of toxic materials. You can read more about counterfeit water filters here.

 

    1. Check that the ice bucket is correctly placed. If you’ve removed the ice bucket, be sure it was replaced correctly. The ice maker only switches on when there is contact between the bucket and the electronic switches at the back of the fridge.

 

    1. Check that the ice level arm is in the down position. The arm is white, wide and flat and is situated above the ice bucket when the freezer is closed (note: freezer trays are removable for easier access). If it’s up, shut off the freezer (refer to your Use and Care guide to learn how) and gently push the arm down. If it won’t budge, don’t force it, as you may break it. Once down, restart the unit. If the arm has become disconnected, it may have to be reinstalled or replaced if broken (in which case, call us, we sell replacement parts and can also handle the repair for you).

 

    1. Check whether the fill tube is frozen. If the arm is down, next check the fill tube. The fill tube is a thin tube located above the ice maker, coming from either the back or side wall. Low water pressure can allow the water in the fill tube to freeze, preventing flow to the ice maker. If it feels especially stiff, turn off the unit and use a hair dryer on low speed to melt the obstruction. When using a hair dryer, be sure to move the dryer back and forth to avoid melting the plastic piping.

 

    1. Check that ice isn’t obstructing the exit from ice maker. Sometimes ice cubes will stick together if the freezer door has been opened repeatedly in a warm kitchen, obstructing the ice’s exit from the ice maker. Grab that hair dryer again, and set it on low, and pass the warm air over the clumped ice until the pieces separate easily. After freeing obstructions, turn the unit off and then on again to reset. To prevent ice buildup like this in the future, we recommend emptying the ice bin monthly.

 

  1. Check the water supply lines. Water supply may be obstructed by a kink in the water line, readjusting the line to remove the kink may solve the problem. There may also be an inadvertent separation of the water line connection. (The latter will probably be signaled by a water leak on the kitchen floor.)

Sub-Zero Undercounter Problems

If no ice is produced:

  1. Verify the ice maker is turned on.
  2. Make sure the unit is turned on for at least 24 hours, as ice makers may not cycle until 24 hours pass.
  3. Verify the unit’s condenser has been cleaned within the last 6-12 months. Clean the Condenser as needed.
  4. The water must be turned on. Shutoff might be found:
    • Under the kitchen sink.
    • Under the refrigerator behind the kickplate.
    • In an adjacent cabinet.
    • In the basement near the water filtration system.
  5. Low or no water pressure may prevent ice production. Pour a cup of water behind the ice maker curtain. If the spray changes, it is an indication the unit is not getting enough water pressure.
  6. High ambient room temperatures or installing the unit in an area that receives a lot of direct sunlight can cause the ice to melt quickly. The ice bin is not refrigerated.
  7. If ice production stops often when using a reverse osmosis system or a well water system, consider adding a pressure booster or regulator. Contact the reverse osmosis provider or speak with a plumber for suggestions.
  8. Verify unit is not on a generator. Proper voltage must be supplied for unit to work properly.
  9. Let 24 hours pass after steps are complete and check for ice production.

If there is standing water in the ice maker:

  1. Make sure the drain line is not kinked or looped.
    • See also, UC-15I Gravity Drain or Pump Selection Considerations.
  2. Make sure the unit is properly cleaned and sanitized regularly. See UC-15I and 315I Cleaning.
    • See also, UC-15I and 315I Undercounter Ice Maker Cleaning Solution and Sanitizer.

If the ice maker issues continue after the troubleshooting steps above are complete, service is necessary to expertly diagnose and repair the product. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair.

Sub-Zero Wine Cooler Problems

  • Sub-zero wine cooler not cooling

  • Sub-zero wine cooler is making unusual loud noise

  • Frost buildup in the back panel of wine cooler

  • Sub-zero wine cooler is leaking

  • Sub-zero wine cooler door is wet

  • Sub-zero wine cooler compressor malfunctioning

  • Sub-zero wine cooler service sign is on

  • Sub-zero wine fridge temperature control panel is not responding

  • Sub-zero wine cooler thermostat is down

  • Sub-zero wine cooler fan motor is not running

  • Sub-zero wine cooler compressor is clicking

  • Sub-zero wine cooler does not have  light

  • Subzero wine cooler stopped completely

  • And many more

If your Sub-zero wine cooler is not functioning the way it is supposed to and you need top-notch wine cooler repair services, all you have to do is put your trust in Subzero and Wolf Services. We’re a skilled business that caters to customers all throughout New York City and outer boroughs, Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island. We’re headquartered in the bustling Big Apple. 

Invite one of certified technician from Sub-zero and Wolf Services and join thousands of happy customers all around New York City. Results are very satisfying! We can provide same day repair or maintenance service of any major brand and dispatch trained and certified technicians to resolve problems with your wine cooler so that you can enjoy and store your wine as long as you want. 

You will not have to buy a new Sub-zero wine cooler or replace your expensive wine collection if you contact Sub-zero and Wolf Services, an experienced appliance repair company. We will send a wine cooler repair technician to your house to fix the issue, provide a quote and order parts if necessary.

Sub-Zero Dishwasher Error Codes

CODE: 800140
PROBLEM: Dishwasher does not drain
FIX: Drain pump has been on too long while draining. The secondary pressure check cannot resolve draining issues.

CODE: 600148
PROBLEM: Diverter valve: ZE1 not found
FIX: Fault level error has occurred. Software or hardware loading error.

CODE: 560187
PROBLEM: No water supply to product
FIX: Error 560187 appears within the first three minutes of the cycle if water is not supplied to the dishwasher. Verify the water supply to the unit is turned on.

CODE: 580147
PROBLEM: pressure sensor out of valid limits.
FIX: PE1: pressure sensor out of valid limits.

CODE: 050140
PROBLEM: MOT4: drain pump on too long while draining. Pressure sensor not working. Wash pump drive system: I2T overcurrent error during steady-state speed (fatal).
FIX: Verify the drain is clear and free of debris. Verify the drain line is not kinked. Turn the home circuit breaker to the unit off for 30 seconds then back on again. Retest the unit operation.

CODE: 600149
PROBLEM: Diverter valve: Excessive lap time; does not apply to calibration sequencing.
FIX: Turn the home circuit breaker to the unit off for 30 seconds then back on again. Retest the unit operation.

CODE: 560186
PROBLEM: FE1: Erratic/unacceptable flow meter data detected while filling
FIX: Turn the home circuit breaker to the unit off for 30 seconds then back on again. Retest the unit operation.

CODE: 600151
PROBLEM: Diverter valve: Non-expected home detected
FIX: Turn the home circuit breaker to the unit off for 30 seconds then back on again. Retest the unit operation.

Sub-Zero Microwave Error Codes

CODE: 40
PROBLEM: Less than 5?? change in temperature over 10 minutes of continuous call for heat. Occurs only during preheat mode and the door is closed.
FIX: Power the unit off by pressing the Power On/Off key. Press and hold the Power On/Off key, along with Med and Proof keys simultaneously for five seconds. “RE” appears on the display. Press and hold Timer Up and Timer Down simultaneously for five seconds. The unit will beep one time. Press Timer Up one time and release. If cleared, display should now read Error None.Exit Diagnostic mode by pressing the Power On/Off key. Verify unit operation by turning unit on and allowing it to preheat.

CODE: 50
PROBLEM: Door switch closed when keypad is operating or unit is turning on.
FIX: Power the unit off by pressing the Power On/Off key. Press and hold Power On/Off key along with MED and PROOF keys simultaneously for 5 seconds. The display should now read “RE”. Press and hold the Timer up arrow and the Timer down arrow simultaneously for 5 seconds. The unit will beep one time. Press the Timer up arrow one time and release. If cleared, display should now read “Error None”. Exit diagnostic mode by pressing Power On/Off key. Verify unit operation by turning unit on and allowing to preheat.

CODE: 60
PROBLEM: Warming Drawer temperature rises to 250??F in any mode/state.
FIX: Verify ambient temperature is not extremely hot. When installed outdoors, direct sunlight may cause this error code to appear. Verify proper product installation. Refer to the product Installation Guide for further installation information. Turn the home circuit breaker to the unit off for 30 seconds then back on again. Retest the unit operation. If these steps do not resolve the issue, no further troubleshooting advice is available. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair.

CODE: 70
PROBLEM: Cable wires that activate element or fan relays on power board are not making connection.
FIX: Turn power to the unit off at the circuit breaker. Restore power and see if the error returns.

Sub-Zero Range Error Codes

CODE: 0E
PROBLEM:
Power relay shorted, sensed as closed when should be open.
Failure of element circuit.
Failure of relay drive circuitry.
FIX:
Turn the unit off at the circuit breaker to reset the circuit.
Turn the unit back on and observe if the error returns and if unit operates properly.

CODE: 03
PROBLEM:
Open circuit detected on RTD oven sensor.
FIX:
No troubleshooting advice is available for error code 03 on a Dual Fuel Range. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair.

CODE: 01
PROBLEM:
Door lock or unlock switches not sensed within 60 seconds while driving the door lock motor.
FIX:
Turn the home circuit breaker to the unit off for 30 seconds then back on again.
Retest the unit operation.
See also, Electric Oven Beeping or Chiming.

CODE: EA
PROBLEM:
Controller error.
FIX:
Turn the home circuit breaker to the unit off for 30 seconds then back on again. Then retest the unit operation.

CODE: ERR
PROBLEM:
Communication lost with the oven controller.
FIX:
COMM ERR displayed on an L Series Built-In Oven indicates a communication error.
Reset the unit’s power at the circuit breaker.
Turn the unit back on to see if the error message returns. If it does, no further troubleshooting advice if available.

CODE: E09
PROBLEM:
Short circuit in PT sensor or in its wiring.
FIX:
For errors including E09 and F0, no troubleshooting advice is available. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair.

Sub-Zero Refrigerator Error Codes

CODE: EC40
PROBLEM: Excessive Freezer Compressor Run – This means that the freezer won’t stop running.
FIX: Depending on the internal temperature of the refrigerator, you will need to do one of two things:

If the internal temperature is high: If the refrigerator door is not open, but the temperature is still high, it is suggested that you contact a certified appliance repair service.
If the internal temperature is normal: Clean condenser

CODE: EC50
PROBLEM: Excessive Refrigerator Compressor Run – This basically means that your refrigerator runs constantly or too much. Compressor run time is affected by the amount of food in the refrigerator, temperature of that food, external and internal temperature and length of time the door is left open.
FIX: If you receive error code 50, there are a few different things you can do to fix it:
Make sure nothing is blocking the door from closing and sealing correctly.
Clean the condenser if it is dusty or dirty.
Remove anything blocking the condenser fan blade, or tighten it if it’s loose.
See if the sealed system is leaking.

CODE: EC24
PROBLEM: Defrost Underheat – This means that the defroster is not heating high enough to do its job.
FIX: An EC24 code fix also depends on the temperature:

We recommend calling a Sub-Zero appliance repairman if the temperature is high.
If the temperature is normal:
Make sure the condenser is clean and clear of any dust or debris.

CODE: EC06
PROBLEM: Thermistor Inconsistencies – This means that the evaporator thermistor in the refrigerator read inconsistent temperatures on several occasions. It can also mean that the thermistor shorted for longer than ten seconds or read open.
FIX: Sub-Zero recommends contacting a Factory Certified Appliance Repair Center to service your refrigerator.

CODE: EC20
PROBLEM: Faulty Defrost Bi-Metal Operation – A bi-metal defrost thermostat prevents the refrigerator from overheating while it’s defrosting.
FIX: Turn of the refrigerator circuit breaker. Wait 30 seconds and turn it on again. If error code EC20 does not resolve itself, contact a Sub-Zero certified repair center.

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