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jjbodean1970

Moving a SubZero 532

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looks like mine was made before roller assemblies became standard. march 1988 manufacture date. am i faced with manhandling this unit out of its hole and out the house? alternatives?

thanks!

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. . . looks like mine was made before roller assemblies became standard.

. . . faced with manhandling this unit out of its hole and out the house?

. . . alternatives?

1) serial number ? . . looks like prior to serial number M830453

2) why ?

3) fix it ?

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yup, prior to them doing rollers. this is the unit i have thrown different parts at for 3.5 years now. compressor is out and not being in my scope of repair skills the cost to have it repaired wasnt justifiable, so i have sourced a newer 632 which will be here tomorrow. i am giving this one away free and it is being picked up this evening.

i still have that 500 series manual you sent me a couple years ago, has come in real handy from time to time, cant thank you enough. hope i wont be neeing a 600 series repair manual any time soon. :)

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SubZero has a 12yr warranty on Sealed System parts

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could i go ahead and get a link to the 600 series tech manual? i'm going to need it to figure out how to hook up the water line for my ice maker. thanks! :beer:

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for the 600s, there's several manuals, depnding on model and serial number

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gotcha, its a 632 and i will have the serial number shortly, this one is still wrapped up on the pallet it just arrived on.

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serial number: P1904514

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600-1 Prior to Serial #1810000

600 Addendum For units starting with serial #1810000 > link PM'd

600-2 Built-In Approximate Starting Serial #2127000

600-3 Built-In Starting Serial #2600000

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awesome, thanks so much!

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plastic water line going from the solenoid to the ice maker was punctured along the way to me (maybe by me). can it be repaired rather than replaced?

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Should be replaced.

You might be able to cut the line at the punture and install a compression fitting.

Edited by Tuco

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Should be replaced.

You might be able to cut the line at the punture and install a compression fitting.

thats certainly what i am hoping, will give that a shot, thanks

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thanks kdog. the one i get is dependent on the size line i have?

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went to lowes, got the coupler i needed. snip, snip, push, push, done, no leak. for mine, it was 1/4" size, others, ymmv. thanks for all the feedback!

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