Does your Sub-Zero Ice Maker Need Repairs? – Pt. 2

Your ice maker is an important appliance. Who doesn’t enjoy an ice cold beverage on a hot summer day? If you rely on your ice maker for your restaurant or bar, a maintenance problem with your unit can be even more troublesome. In our last post, we discussed four warning signs that your ice maker needs repairs. In this post, we’ll go over five more warning signs that you should be on the lookout for, whether you own a small, under the cabinet model or a large commercial ice maker.

Minimal Ice Production

If you ice maker is not producing as much ice as it normally does, you could have an issue with your Sub-Zero ice maker.

Ice Cubes are Too Small or Large

Ice that is coming out in abnormal sizes or shapes could indicate that there is something wrong with one of the parts inside your ice maker. It may not seem like a huge deal if you ice maker is still producing ice, but you should still call a technician for Sub-Zero maintenance in NYC before this small issue becomes a big one.

Ice Maker Does Not Shut Off/Turn On

If it sounds like your ice maker is constantly running, even when it’s not actively producing ice, you should call for repairs. If it won’t turn on, check to make sure that it is plugged in properly. If everything appears to be in order, you should call Sub-Zero Service Centers.

Ice Does Not Eject

If ice is getting stuck and won’t eject, you may need a technician to take a look at the problem. It could be a simple matter of something clogging the machine, or it could require a replacement part.

Water Leakage around Unit

Water leakage is never a good sign when it comes to your ice maker. If you notice water pooling around the bottom of the unit, you should call a technician to look at your unit as soon as possible.

When you need emergency Sub-Zero ice maker repair, contact the experts at Sub-Zero Service Centers of NYC.