Defrost Timer Timing Difference
- Why is the time on a replacement defrost timer different from the original defrost timer?
- Can you adjust the time on a defrost timer
Defrost timers have been redesigned throughout the years as product efficiency has improved and parts have been consolidated.
- For example, an older 12-hour, 15-minute timer may be replaced by a newer 6-hour, 21-minute timer.
- Sub-Zero does not recommend adjusting a mechanical defrost timer to change the duration of the defrost cycles.
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