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Sub-Zero Product Sweating

Topics:

  • Stainless steel doors sweating or dripping condensation
  • Moisture forming on door(s) of Sub-Zero
  • Sub-Zero sweats when weather is hot or humid
  • Condensation or moisture on outside of Sub-Zero

Answer:

Some sweating may occur on a Sub-Zero product in hot or humid climates, especially in non-air conditioned homes; however, there should be no dripping.

  • Ensure that the unit temperatures are properly set
  • Ensure that the condenser coil is cleaned
  • Refer to the product use and care guide for further information
  • This will apply to condensation on the inside for a glass door refrigerator as well.

If sweating continues or water is dripping, no further troubleshooting advice is available. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair.

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