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atty

Member Since 04 Jan 2006
Offline Last Active Apr 29 2014 01:40 AM

Topics I've Started

Admiral DNT22

22 April 2014 - 10:07 PM

I have an ancient, and I mean ancient, Admiral out in the garage that I thought would run forever, and actually it still is.  It's just a failure in the defrost dept.  Could be fan, heater, terminator.....don't know.  Haven't visited it yet.....and that is my problem.  Anybody have any ideas on how to get into this thing.  I've been into many evap sections, but this one appears to be sealed from all directions.  I'm sure it's a matter of moulding removal, clips.....something.  Just looking for an idea on where to start.

 

Thanks for the help. 


Sub Zero Evaporator 632 Pre 1810000

07 March 2014 - 07:36 PM

I have the misfortune of having a 632 Pre 1810000 (YOB 1999) that is starting to show signs of a leak, and even though I haven't torn into the freezer compartment section yet, it would appear from the multitude of posts, both here and other forums, it is going to be the evaporator. 

 

On that note, I started my research for sources and kind of hit a brick wall.  The original Sub # is 3130530, but I understand they discovered the error of their ways about 2002 and started manufacturing a continuous coil evap instead of that "money-saving" "U" soldered design.  I'll wager that engineer is now working for Obamacare. 

 

Anyway.....just wondering if anyone might have a current evap # that would be compatible with the 632 in that era. 

 

Thanks for your time.


Service Manual for Sub 632/S SN 1533138

28 June 2013 - 11:00 AM

Would appreciate your help. 



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