Sub-Zero refrigerators are known for their quality, durability, and longevity, but they are still subject to occasional breakdowns and malfunctions. Here are some of the most common Sub-Zero refrigerator error codes and what they mean:
Error Code EC50, EC40, or EC24 – These codes indicate an issue with the refrigeration system’s thermistor. The thermistor is a temperature sensor that monitors the temperature in the refrigerator and freezer compartments. When it fails, it can cause the unit to either run too cold or too warm.
Error Code BI – This code indicates that there is a problem with the ice maker. It may indicate that the ice maker is not receiving water, or it may indicate that there is a blockage in the water line.
Error Code 24 – This code indicates that there is a problem with the defrost system. It may indicate that the defrost heater is not functioning correctly, or it may indicate that the defrost timer is not working correctly.
Error Code 50 – This code indicates that there is a problem with the compressor. It may indicate that the compressor is not receiving the correct voltage or that there is a problem with the compressor itself.
Error Code 40 – This code indicates that there is a problem with the condenser fan motor. The condenser fan motor helps to cool the compressor and the condenser coils. When it fails, the unit may overheat and stop cooling.
If you see any of these error codes on your Sub-Zero refrigerator, contact Top Appliance Repair NYC right away to help diagnose and repair the issue so that your refrigerator can start running smoothly.