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Sub Zero Model 532 Door Panel Inserts

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Aloha from Hawaii!

I'm in the process of giving my kitchen a facelift.  I currently have a white board insert in my Sub Zero 532.  I ordered the stainless steel door panel inserts from repairclinic.com for my Sub Zero model 532.  Unfortunately, they came to me with holes drilled in the side of the panel.  My 532 has one handle that runs top to bottom and attaches at the frame, not in the middle of the door.  The panel was also very flimsy and will need an additional insert to keep it in place.  Please help if you know the product numbers and items that I need. 

I'm offering chocolate covered macadamia nuts for the guru that has the magic answer to my dilemma.

Thank you!

Shelley

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This diagram shows the original Door handles #25 for the 532 mount through the Door Panel

[align=left]You must have the optional: [/align]

[align=left]Extended Grip Full Length Handles, for (your own) thicker raised panels are available from your parts or product distributor.[/align]

 

SubZero 532 Door Parts.pdf

SubZero 532 Door Parts.pdf

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You can just have a local sheet metal shop cut stainless panels to fit the doors. Just lay it over your current white panels if they aren't a raised panel style.

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