How do I reset my Sub-Zero ice maker?

How do I reset my Sub-Zero ice maker?

After freeing obstructions, turn the unit off, then on again to reset. If ice production stops often with the use of a reverse osmosis system or well water, a pressure booster or regulator may improve performance.

Why is my Sub-Zero ice maker not working?

When you notice your Sub-Zero ice maker not working, we also suggest checking the freezer temperature. If it’s over 5°F, it may be too warm for the ice maker to produce ice. Make sure your freezer temperature is at or below 5°F. Sub-Zero recommends a freezer temperature of 0°F for optimal ice production.

How do you unfreeze a Sub-Zero ice maker?

Do one of the following depending on model and accessibility:

  1. Manually defrost the freezer for 4-6 hours by turning it off.
  2. Disable the freezer.
  3. Turn power to the unit off and use a steamer to aim steam at the ice maker assembly for 5-10 minutes.
  4. Fill tube is located on the back or side wall above the ice maker.

How do you turn on a Sub-Zero ice maker?

Answer: The ice maker is turned on and off by touching the Ice Maker key on the control panel. A single ice cube icon will illuminate when the ice maker is turned on. If the water is going to be turned off to the home for an extended vacation, turn off the ice maker first and then the home water supply.

How do you turn on the ice maker in a Subzero refrigerator?

Answer: To turn the ice maker on or off for Classic (BI) products, touch the Ice Maker key on the control panel. The control panel is found at the top of the unit when the door is opened. A single ice cube icon illuminates when the ice maker is on.

How long does it take to make ice in a Sub-Zero?

Answer: All Sub-Zero in-unit ice makers produce eight cubes of ice every 2-3 hours on average. The ice bucket may take 1-2 days to fill completely. Ice production for Built-In and Designer (Formerly Integrated) models may be temporarily increased by initiating the Max Ice feature.

What causes ice maker to stop working?

Cause: A common cause for a clog is frozen water in the line. Cause: There is also a possibility that the water filter for the ice maker is clogged. Fix: Locate and replace the water filter. Filters for ice makers are typically located inside the refrigerator (to keep them from freezing).

How do I unlock my Sub-Zero ice maker?

If the dispenser does have a Lock button:

  1. Press and hold for 3 seconds to turn on the dispenser lock. The lock icon illuminates when the dispenser is locked. Locking the dispenser disables the water and ice dispensing features.
  2. To unlock, press and hold for 3 seconds.

How old is the Sub Zero 550 refrigerator?

The Sub-Zero 550 may be 20 years old but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be treated with respect. While you may be tempted to “repair” what you think is wrong with your Sub-Zero 550, in the long run, you are much better off getting in a Sub-Zero repair expert, like our guys at C&W Appliance Service, to look things over for you.

Where can I call to troubleshoot my Sub Zero 550?

After all, we are the Sub-Zero Premier Partner that serves Dallas and Fort Worth as well as other major Texas metropolitan areas including Austin and San Antonio. So when you have a problem with your Sub-Zero 550, C&W Appliance Service are the people to call at (855) 358-1496 or (214) 358-1496.

What to do if your Sub Zero Freezer is not working?

If your Sub-Zero refrigerator or freezer does not seem to be working as it should, the best thing to do is keep the unit running and call us right away. That way. our C&W Appliance Sub-Zero repair techs can observe your system at work when they arrive and be able to troubleshoot the exact cause of your problem.

What causes a 550 C & W to not work?

The most common performance issues you may encounter with the 550 have to do with refrigerator or freezer temperature regulation that causes problems such as: If the temperature problem is with the refrigerator, the problem could be as simple as a dirty condenser coil or as complicated as you don’t have enough refrigerant.