Mold Inside a Sub-Zero
- Sub-Zero has mold inside the unit
- How to remove mold from refrigerator, freezer or Wine Storage unit?
- What is recommended for mold inside a refrigeration product?
- Remove mildew from a Sub-Zero
- Mold in unit
- Excessive moisture inside a unit
- Food debris growing mold
- Make sure the Condenser Is Clean.
- Listen for the condenser fan motor to run when the unit is cooling.
- Mold is not caused by the ice maker or condenser.
- Check to verify temperatures are properly set, 38 in the refrigerator and 00 in the freezer (dial set between 4-6) or at the desired temperature for Wine Storage.
- Make sure door and/or drawer gaskets are not ripped or torn.
- Make sure that no food spoilage or spillage has occurred.
- Verify the drain tube is not clogged. See also:
- Wipe out the interior with a solution of one quart warm water, 2 caps full of bleach, and a few drops of dish detergent.
- For information about cleaning interior components, such as shelves, drawers, and light diffusers, see Cleaning the Refrigerator Interior.
- Leave the unit off and prop the doors open if possible to dry out the unit before turning it back on.
- If these steps do not resolve the issue, no further troubleshooting advice is available. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair.
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