Protect a Sub-Zero during Renovations
- Leaving a Sub-Zero running during kitchen renovations
- How to protect a Sub-Zero while wood floors are refinished
- Should a Sub-Zero be turned off during a kitchen remodel
- How to protect a Sub-Zero during construction
Sub-Zero recommends to turn a unit off, prop open the doors, and cover completely with plastic during a remodel or when the floors are being refinished.
- If turning the unit off is not possible, the condenser will collect excessive dust.
- Condenser should be vacuumed after work in the kitchen has been completed.
- Do not cover the grille area if the unit is on and running, as the compressor area will overheat.
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