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lucien55

Sub Zero 532

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I too could use the link to the Sub Zero technical service manual covering the model 532.

Also, in one of the discussions diagnosing a problem with a 532 you differentiate between early, middle and late serial numbers as they applied to when the compressor and refrigerator fans should run.  My unit is serial number 978926 and I'm wondering which group I fall in to.

This site has been tremendously helpful - thanks in advance.

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[user=68108]lucien55[/user] wrote:

... a 532 you differentiate between early, middle and late serial numbers as they applied to when the compressor and refrigerator fans should run...

it's more than that on some 500 series ...

your Condenser Fan runs continuously (a Relay can be added)

yours would be:

WIRING DIAGRAM & SCHEMATIC - 532

Madison/Phoenix Production From Serial #M815564/P725022 to #M/P1004775,

Except Between #M964770 to #M965069, and Except Between #M990700 to #M990999

service manual link PM'd

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Great, thanks !

Also, after reviewing many, many other posts here, I opened a new topic today for help with my refrigerator.  The subject was Sub Zero 532 but it doesn't come up when I search.  I assume there is a waiting time before posts are reviewed and added or did I just screw up (not the first time!),  thanks again.

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It's in the Kitchen Appliance Repair forum ...

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