When the weather heats up, as it does in Central Texas, one of the nicest ways to cool off is to enjoy a refreshing drink with cold, clean ice. If you own a Sub-Zero refrigerator (most models include an ice maker) you can rest assured that it will produce beautiful clean ice.
Since ice makers in general are extremely hard working parts of refrigerators, they need some attention and care to make sure their production lasts for many years. Sub-Zero stringently tests their refrigerators and all other appliances for many hours before they leave the factory floor. But even with the highest of standards, your Sub-Zero refrigerator ice maker, being the hardest working part of your refrigerator and even of all appliances can benefit from regular maintenance.
Always check your owners manual for your particular model Sub Zero Manuals. For prompt service and regular maintenance C&W Appliance Service can send expertly trained technicians at your request. We insist on quality and are the only Sub-Zero Premier Partner in the DFW (Dallas / Fort Worth) and Central Texas (Austin, San Antonio, San Marcos, etc.) area. This ensures the utmost quality of repair for your high-end appliance.
If your freezer temperature is above 5 degrees F it will not work properly but at 10 degrees F or above your Sub-Zero ice maker will stop producing ice. Make sure to set the freezer temperature at about 0 degrees F for best results.
Another important consideration in making sure your ice maker continues to make ice is having a regular schedule for changing your water filter. Sometimes mineral deposits will build up in your filter. At first this may just slow down production but eventually it could lead to a total cessation of ice making. At some point no water will be able to get through. We recommend changing your filters every 6 months for the best results. Make sure to only purchase a certified Sub-Zero water filter. Read your Use and Care manual for instructions. 2b1af7f3a8