Serving the Bay Area including San Leandro, Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond, and more
There’s a reason Kerenza Appliance is the top choice for Sub-Zero repair in the Bay Area. Our team of experienced technicians has years of knowledge when it comes to Sub-Zero repair, so you can be confident that your appliance will be in the best hands.
You’re always guaranteed to receive the highest quality parts and services when you go with Kerenza Appliance Repair. We know appliances are what keep our households going day by day, which is why we’ll work hard to fix yours as soon as possible.
French door, side-by-side, Top/Bottom Freezer
If you’re experiencing difficulties with your fridge, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our Sub-Zero refrigerator repair technicians are highly qualified and experienced, meaning they can quickly diagnose the problem and get it fixed efficiently. We regularly fix problems like:
Sub-Zero Freezers & Ice Makers
Built-In Freezers, Standalone Freezers, and Ice Maker Repair
If your Sub-Zero freezer isn’t freezing properly or making ice cubes, you may need to troubleshoot the issue. First, check that the freezer is not running too warm and that the temperature is set correctly. Next, take a look at these potential issues:
Common Sub-Zero Repair Issues
Kerenza Appliance is your local expert for repairing high-end brands like Sub-Zero. Our technicians have the experience and know-how needed to fix any problem you’re having with your Sub-Zero fridge or ice maker.
Whether you’re looking for Sub-Zero refrigerator repair or Sub-Zero ice maker repair you can trust that we will have the knowledge to fix the problem fast.
Freezer not defrosting
If your freezer isn’t defrosting, don’t worry there are a few things you can look out for to determine the problem.
Failed Defrost Control Board
If your freezer is not defrosting, it could be due to a failed defrost control board. The defrost control board is responsible for controlling the temperature of the freezer and initiating the defrost cycle when necessary.
Defrost Timer Malfunction
The defrost timer controls how often the freezer cycles through its defrost cycle. If the timer is malfunctioning, it could prevent your freezer from properly defrosting.
Defective Defrost Heater Assembly:
The defrost heater assembly is a component that helps to melt the frost and ice buildup in the freezer. If it’s not working properly, then it can cause frost and ice build-up.
Faulty Defrost Thermostat
When the defrost thermostat is bad, it will not allow the evaporator coils to heat up enough for the frost to melt.
Refrigerator isn't cooling
Check the temperature setting and make sure it’s set to a cold enough level. You may also want to check the coils of your refrigerator for dust or debris buildup, If that doesn’t solve the problem it may be an issue with:
Dirty Condenser Coils
Condenser coils affect the cooling of your refrigerator. Check to make sure your coils are clean and free from dust and debris, which can interfere with heat exchange. If you can’t access your condenser coils, call a professional for help.
Defective Condenser Fan Motor
The condenser fan motor circulates air through your refrigerator to keep it cool. If the condenser fan motor is not working, the evaporator coils will become too warm and frost can accumulate on them.
Faulty Evaporator Fan Motor
This part is responsible for circulating air throughout the fridge and freezer compartments. If it’s not working, it can cause warm air to remain in the appliance, resulting in an inability to reach desired temperatures.
Start Relay Failure
The start relay is the part in a refrigerator that helps the compressor turn on and off. It can become defective over time or due to electrical surges, which can cause the compressor to not run properly.