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Can you change Subzero flush inset to a stainless steel panel?

Posted by jadore_decor (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 4, 12 at 11:14

Hi, we purchased a Subzero BI42SO but decided we want the stainless look now, can you just purchase the S/S panel after the fact or is it a different model all together? The fridge has not been installed yet.


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RE: Can you change Subzero flush inset to a stainless steel panel

It will be a different model. The doors are different. Sub-Zero should be able to exchange it, though I believe the SS option is a little more money than the panel ready.

RE: Can you change Subzero flush inset to a stainless steel panel

I am unable to confirm. But I think a stainless steel skin can be ordered. When wew were researching Wolf/SZ last year one of thesale people commented we could purchase a skin for our 36O/U for $1,000. We installed it inset and with custom panels.

RE: Can you change Subzero flush inset to a stainless steel panel

Yes, you can make your 'overlay' BI-42SID/O a stainless steel door flush inset look. Please contact Sub-Zero customer service 800-222-7820 or your dealer for additional support. You can also go online to Sub-Zero's website and look at the 'panel configurator' to select the each stainless steel door look that you are after. Important - You do not need to order a replacement refrigerator if you want a flush stainless steel inset look. It is also important that your cabinets have the proper rough-in to accomodate the flush inset installation.

Good luck!

Here is a link that might be useful: Sub-Zero panel configurator

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