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cleaning Subzero condenser coils, how????

Posted by jaansu (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 24, 13 at 20:03

Where are they? Does a Subzero have coils? The manual only talks about removing the upper grill to clean around the condenser itself. In fact, I can't get near the condenser since there is a protective box surrounding the condenser and fan. But where does the heat exchange occur? What am I missing?

I can't get underneath either and I hope they are not in the back. Any advice is welcome from other Subzero owners.


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RE: cleaning Subzero condenser coils, how????

It's up at top and you have to remove the upper grill. Use a hose type vacuum to clean the side away from the fan. the right side ( The fan pulls air through the condenser )

There a several videos on YouTube showing how to do it.

Here is a link that might be useful: Cleaning Subzero Condenser


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RE: cleaning Subzero condenser coils, how????

If you have a 700 series or an All Fridge - All Freezer, that stuff will be on the bottom near the floor. With the 700 series you'll need to remove your cabinetry toekick first.


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