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Subzero Service Manual 600 Series with Section 7?

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Does anyone have the Technical Service/Training Manual for the Subzero Series 600 that has the Section 7 (Component Access and Removal) in it?

I need one that would be relevant for the side-by-side version (680/S) of later serial numbers (M2100489).

Thanks

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SubZero Serial number ?

1) Prior to Serial #1810000

2) starting with serial #1810000

3) Approximate Starting Serial #2127000

4) Starting Serial #2600000

Section 7 - Component Access and Removal

SEE ORIGINAL MANUAL

guess that would be #1

Prior to Serial #1810000

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No, actually, in the serial number scheme of things I guess it would be #2 - starting with serial #1810000. I listed my serial number as M2100289 (which I assume is 2100289 in the grand numbering scheme). So, 2100289 would be between starting at 1810000 and before 2127000. So, that makes it #2 in your list - isn't that correct?

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#2 is the 600-1 Addendum (which you have)

which mentions: see original manual

which is #1 (which you have)

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OK. Thanks for the reply. I guess that means that Subzero never updated the "Component Access and Removal" section to reflect the newer mechanical changes of later models. I'll leave it at that and search for a solution elsewhere.

Thanks for trying.

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