Information about what that Sub Zero Refrigerator Error Code Really Means

234Owning a refrigerator is often something that we don’t think about too often because almost everyone owns one. There are all different brands and types, but the truth is they are similar when it comes to repairs. Whether you like it or not, it is very likely that someday you will need to call out a repairman to fix your refrigerator. Thankfully, not all repairs need to be dealt with by an expert. If you own a Sub Zero refrigerator and it starts flashing an error code, take some time to check out what it means and what your next steps should be. A Sub Zero refrigerator error code will help to determine the issue and get it fixed as quickly as possible.

 

 

sub-zero-700br-refrigerator-drawers-overlay-model-457x576 When reading a Sub Zero refrigerator error code that appears on your unit, be sure to note whether or not the code is flashing. Any time you see the word ‘service’ flashing it is probably time to call your local repairman to find out what the issue is and if they are able to fix it. An example of a Sub Zero refrigerator error code that you might see flashing is ‘00 Service EE’. When the code is not flashing it means that the code has been logged, but has not yet been cleared. You will need to consult the manual for the unit to understand what this means for your unit.

These are special Sub Zero refrigerator error codes that may only make sense to a repair person who is experienced in dealing with Sub Zero refrigerators. If you have an interest in finding out what each Sub Zero refrigerator error code means, then a good place to check would be your owner’s manual. Though the problem might not be something you would be able to repair on your own, it is good to find out what it is and what might be causing it. And if you do decide to call a repair person to check on the issue, they will want to know what the error code was and

Thankfully, most of the time, they will probably only indicate that one part or another needs to be replaced. Also keep in mind that doing a search online might not be the best way to diagnose the Sub Zero refrigerator error code. There are many different models of this particular brand of refrigerator and the code could mean something different for your model than it does for that random person who posted on a blog a few months ago.

sub-zero-refrigerator-error-codes If you do end up calling a repair person and they say that the code isn’t anything to worry about there is a way to clear the code from the screen. Make sure that you make a note of the error code for future reference and then check with your owner’s manual on how to clear the code for you your specific Sub Zero refrigerator model. This way, you won’t have to look at flashing code on your refrigerator for days on end.

 

 

Subzero Refrigerator Fault Codes

400 SERIES WINE STORAGE
Possible Error Indicators
NOTE: Temperatures shown are for reference only, actual temperatures may vary.

55   SERVICE (Flashing)  EE
Upper compartment thermistor fault
BELL ON (Flashing)
55   SERVICE (Flashing)  EE
Upper compartment thermistor fault with temperature alarm
EE   SERVICE (Flashing)  55
Lower compartment thermistor fault
BELL ON (Flashing)
EE   SERVICE (Flashing)  55
Lower compartment thermistor fault with temperature alarm
55   SERVICE (Flashing)  55 
Either evaporator thermistor fault
BELL ON (Flashing)
55   SERVICE (Flashing)  55
Either evaporator thermistor fault with temperature alarm
NOTE: Cooling functions are disabled when error indicators appear.

400 SERIES, MODEL 427R REFRIGERATOR
Possible Error Indicators
NOTE: Temperature shown is for reference only, actual temperature may vary.

TOP DRAWER (Flashing)
EE   LOWER DRAWER (Flashing) 
Refrigerator compartment thermistor fault
TOP DRAWER (Flashing)
40   LOWER DRAWER (Flashing)
Refrigerator evaporator thermistor fault.
E0
700BR & 700BF Communication Error between
Control Board & Control Panel
E3
700BR & 700BF Communication Error between
Control Board & Control Panel

400-2 SERIES WINE STORAGE
Possible Error Indicators
NOTE: Temperatures shown are for reference only, actual temperatures
may vary.
55 SERVICE (Flashing) EE
Upper compartment thermistor fault
BELL ON (Flashing)
55 SERVICE (Flashing) EE
Upper compartment thermistor fault with temperature alarm
EE SERVICE (Flashing) 55
Lower compartment thermistor fault
BELL ON (Flashing)
EE SERVICE (Flashing) 55
Lower compartment thermistor fault with temperature alarm
55 SERVICE (Flashing) 55
Either evaporator thermistor fault
BELL ON (Flashing)
55 SERVICE (Flashing) 55
Either evaporator thermistor fault with temperature alarm
NOTE: Cooling functions are disabled when error indicators appear.

SERVICE sign is blinking on Sub Zero refrigerator display

SERVICE sign is blinking on Sub Zero refrigerator display

sub-zero-display-error-codes SERVICE sign is blinking on Sub Zero refrigerator display – Sub Zero Refrigerator Repair Los Angeles

The LCD screen displaying the words “Service'” is flashing at odd intervals? Your ice maker is not disposing ice? The refrigerator is not warm enough?

Common problems like these could be troubleshoot by you and needs no professional service unless you hit a dead end. As a courtesy to all Sub Zero refrigerator customers, here are some common tips on how to troubleshoot problems that could occur by your fridge.

The “Service” light flashing in the LCD display could be due to the fact that the condenser might be jammed. Therefore, all you need to do is to just clean the condenser according to the manufacturer’s guide. If this problem still persists, it could be due to faulty temperature sensor. Turn off the fridge and restart it after a few minutes. If the “Service” light still flashes, then please contact the Sub Zero refrigerator repair department to arrange an appointment with the technicians.

Is your refrigerator not working? It could be because the power plug is not connected or the home breaker circuit or fuse is off. Besides that, you could also check for the refrigerator door and ensure that no food or containers are obstructing the proper closing of the refrigerator door. If none of this could solve the problem, then the refrigerator is probably at the defrost mode.

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Is your ice maker is not producing ice or dispenses clumped ice? Please check whether the water supply is connected. If the ice dispenser is not used for a long period of time, the ice inside could clump together. However, if your ice maker is not dispensing ice; it is because the ice maker produces an average of 8 cubes every two hours. Besides that, you might find that the ice cubes tastes and smells funny initially. Please be informed to throw away the first batch of ice because it might contain pipe residue or chemicals associated with new water lines.

This is just a brief summary of the most common problems faced. Please refer to the manual for more troubleshooting tips. If you are troubleshoot your problems, feel free to contact our operator: 800-440-8583

How to Remove Scratches From a Sub-Zero Refrigerator

How to Remove Scratches From a Sub-Zero Refrigerator

Things You’ll Need

  •  General-purpose household cleaner
  •  Soft cloth
  •  Assistant

How-to-Remove-Scratches-From-a-Sub-Zero-Refrigerator

Instructions

 

    • 1

      Spray general-purpose household cleaner on the scratch and surrounding area on the Sub-Zero stainless-steel refrigerator. Wipe the area clean with circular motions using a soft cloth. Let the surface air-dry for an hour.

    • 2

      Have an assistant hold the beam of a flashlight on the scratch so that you can see it without any difficulty whatsoever. Make a note of the direction that the steel’s “grain” runs; this is similar to that of wood grain and can be seen by tilting your head back and forth to catch the reflections coming off the surface.

    • 3

      Place an edge of the nonabrasive pad against one side of the scratch. Press the edge against the scratch and drag the pad along the length, following the direction of the “grain,” with a single, long swipe. Lift the pad off the surface of the refrigerator once you have reached the other end of the scratch. Repeat this step twice.

    • 4

      Inspect the scratch area. If the scratch is still visible to the eye, repeat step 3 until it is not. If the scratch can no longer be seen, buff the area with a soft cloth for 20 seconds using small, circular motions.

    • 5

      Turn the flashlight off and thank your assistant for the help.