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Subzero 532 service manual

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drod

I need the service manual for a Sub Zero Model 532 Serial Number M747734. The fridge section is cool at the same temperature even on the level 1 setting... I just feel like its running at all time... do not know if I should try changing the thermostat or what...

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...The fridge section is cool at the same temperature even on the level 1 setting...

what temperature ?

If it's running all of the time and it's not cooling enough...

chances are it's a sealed system (Freon leak) problem ..

link PM'd

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Thanks for the reply... I do not know if its cooling enough... it feels really cold in the fridge problem is... I noticed it was "running" all the time so I turned temp setting to 1 and it still feeling the same as what it was before at 4... thing is.. is not turning off even though I am sure the temperature set point has been reached . Should I change this topic to the repair section?

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Scottthewolf

Have you tried cleaning the condenser coil? Is the condenser fan even running? How do the door gaskets seal? Are the doors closing all the way?

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RegUS_PatOff

... I noticed it was "running" all the time

... the Compressor ?

OR just it's Fan, which, on some serial numbers, runs continuously

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Hey guys, Thank you for your reply... I tried opening the top part to see if the condenser coil but its clean... I did notice the fan right behind was running and yes.. it's running all the time... the reason I got curious was when I lower the setting from four to 2... I heard a relay tripping and I felt like something shut off but came back on right away... that's why I am concerned... Everything is cool enough in the fridge area and the freezer keeps things frozen.. so I do not know if it's normal or not?? I would have expected a lower temperature on the fridge when I went from 4 to 2 though...

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RegUS_PatOff

.. I heard a relay tripping and I felt like something shut off but came back on right away...

so.. does the Refrigerator Compressor run at all OR all of the time ?

OR does it continue to click ON/OFF every few minutes ?

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