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Sub Zero 700tc Refrigerator with A Leaky Evaporator

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Rash of these problems on the 600 and 700 SubZero models. Call SZ and see what they'll do for you.

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dat one done shat da bed 4 sho !!!

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just a thought, are Sears repairman as bad as their products?

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I had the same issue on my 8yr old 650, called SZ and told them it was common knowledge that this is a problem, they covered the new evaporator and 1/2 the labor. I also had sent a snapshot to the repairman to make sure he had the part BEFORE he came that saved me the $125 diagnostic fee.

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