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STEP 1 After uncraling unit. remove wood base and discard the shipping bolts (except
undercounter models-shipping bolts are the leveling legs) ~hich secured the wood base to
bottom of uni t.
STEP 2
Remove all packaging materials and tape.
STEP 3 Loosen electrical cord.
by cutting nylo~ shippin~ strap and removin~
center grille screw.
Refer to Fig. 1. On all
other models. the cord
is simply located on
rea" of unit.
To achieve this on all combination models. remove grille
SHIPPING STRAP
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STEP 4
For units ....ith automatic icemaker, refer to detail Fig. A
ICEMAKER & PLUMBING.
STEP SIAWARNINGI To prevent unit from tipping for-.ard under certain load conditions and
insure a stable installation we rec~end installing a block to the back wall as illustrated. We also rec~nd the floor under the refrigerator be at the s~e level as the
surrwnding floor.
BLOCK..........
-
(Figure 2)
Blocking not required if
units fit under soffit with
clearance between top of
unit dnd soffit of 1" or
less.
SIDE
VIEW
SOFFIT INSTALLATION
SIDE
VIEW
NON SOFFIT INSTALLATION
STEP 6
Plug into lS amp grounded outlet. refer to detail Fig. B ELECTRICAL for electrical requirements. Slide unit into desired position. Refer to Fig. E. SCHEMATIC DRAWING for
rough opening dimensions.
(Figure 3)
STEP 7 Level unit:To raise.
turn levelers clockwise-to lower,
turn levelers counter-clockwise
using an adjustable wrench or
pliers. A leveling tool is prOVided
for the rear levelers. (leveling tool
not requi red for undercounter models.
Refer to diagram (Fig. 3).
LEVELING
ROD
ALL BUILT-INS AND 215 MODELS
STEP 8
Install Toe Plate.
See dlagr4111 (Fig. 4).
CAUTION: 00 not block toe plate louvers ..,ith
carpeting. baseboard or other materials.
STEP 9
IMPORTANT: Replace center
grille screw removed in step "3 11 •
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TOE PLATE
INSTAllAnoN
!ll~h",
STEP 10 Apply decorative front panels
(dnd side pane1s, if applicable). Refer to
detail Fig. C PANEL INSTALLATION.
(Figure 4)
STEP 11 It is possible that doors ,~ay become out of adjustment in shipment. If doors
need readjustment, please refer to detail Fig. D HINGE ADJUSTMENT.
IMPORTANT: For proper operation and use. the door must open a full 90 degrees. A 2" filler
should be use::! in comer fnsta1lations to assure a 90 degree door openin~. Remember to
allow enough clearance in front of unit for full door swing.
IMPORTNH: MiniillUlII 1" filler reCOllllllended when 201 models installed hinge to hin'1e.
3-1
Figure A. ICEMAKER & PLUMBING
The lcemaker in your
Sub-Zero is fully automatic and has been
factory pre-tested. To
SIDE
VIEW
SIDE
VIEW
put into operation, it re-
quires only a connection
to the house water supply.
Typical installation:
SOLENOID
LOCATION
BASEMENT OR CRAWL SPACE
SOLENOID
LOCATION
A 115 volt, 60 Hz, 15 amp fused elec-
trical supply is required (time delay
fuse or circuit breaker is recommended.) It is recommended that a separate
circuit. serving only this appliance.
be provided. DO NOT use an extension
cord.
ELECTRICAL GROUND IS REQUIRED ON THIS
APPLIANCE.
This appliance is factory equipped
with a power supply cord with a
3-prong grounding plug. It must be
plugged into a mating 3-prong grounding type wall receptacle grounded in
accordance with the National Electrical
Code and local codes and ordinances.
3-2
"
VALVE
\
PLUMBING
VALVE
Connect a 1/4 11 copper line to the house
supply, being sure to use a valve between
the supply and your refrigerator.
Note: Do not use a"self piercing" valve.
Icemaker operates on water pressure of
20 to lOa PSI. Coil four feet of copper
line for connection to the refrigerator.
(Refer to Fig. E) Slip solenoid valve
compression nut on coppertubing as shown
in diagram and tighten. Turn on water
supply valve and check fitting to solenoid.
Note:A line filter is recommended when
water conditions have a high mineral content.
Figure B. ELECTRICAL
HOUSE
PLUMBING
I
HOUSE
PLUMBING
SLAB FLOOR
SOLENOID
/VALVE
~p;,.
,
'It" COMPRESSION
~~
N~T
~
I SLEEVE \
'It" COPPER
GARDEN HOSE
FITTING
3·PRONG
GROUNDING TYPE
WALL RECEPTACLE
"
..... 3·PRONG
GROUNDING
PLUG
~ POWER SUPPLY
CORD
!AWARNING!
DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES,
REMOVE THE POWER SUPPLY CORD
GROUND PRONG.
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Figure C.PANEL INSTALLATION - FULL SIZE
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'.
All Sub-Zero units are manufactured in a matter to achieve a total built-in appearance (except
; / I';
free-standing models 215A and 215FO). This allows you to choose the decorative material and color
application for the front and sides (if exposedjlor your refrigeratorlfreezer. To inslailirool panel on all
Sub-Zero built·in and unclercounler models:
1) With ~small tipped- Phillips screwdriver, remove door handle. NOTE: on models 361AFD, 3211RFD,
2711 Freezer door and all undercounter models, the door handle also acts as trim molding.
2) Slide panel inlo frame on door (if snug fit, you may loosen screws in top and bottom of panel frame).
If a melal or other thin material is applied, we recommend two .100 thick chipboard fillers be inserted
behind your panel to insure a proper fil. All frames are designed to accept up to 1{4" material. If a
,~~
raised, wood panel is being used, the edges must, of course, be routed to Ihe necessary 1/4* border
specifications.
3) With panel In position, replace frame molding and handle. Replace and lighten all screws. Special
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care should be taken nOI to overtighten and ·slrip· screws. Please refer 10 Figure E SCHEMATIC
dI-*-'"
DRAWING for front panel dimensions. If side panels are being utilized, please refer to detailed side
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panel installation instructions.
orIr.-....,
(Side panels not applicable to undercounters).
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META.L SIDE PANel
'If
panel is used and inserted into relurn channel
extrusion, then a 24'1'" size is necessary for width.
UNDERCOUNTER
All Sub-Zero undercounter units are manufactured in a manner to achieve a lotal buill-in
appearance. This allows you to choose the decorative material and color application lor
the front 01 your refrigeratorl1reezer.
To install front panel on all Sub-Zero freezer models:
1. Remove door handle. Handle is located on the top on 221M and 245 models, and on the
side on other models. Handle is held on with Phillips head screws.
2. Slide 1/4" thick panel into frame on door. Door must be open 9()11 on 245 models. If a
thinner panel is used, install chipboard filler panels behind the trim panel for proper fit.
IMPORTANT: Routing may be required on some panels for finger clearance under
handle.
3. With panel in position, replace handle. Replace and lighten all screws. Do nOI
overtighten and 'strip' screws. Refer to Figure E schematic drawing for fronl panel
dimensions.
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Figure D - HINGE ADJUSTMENT - FULL SIZE
Top Cabinet Hinge -
No Adjustment
NOTE: Two Smaller Screws Have Been Used As Shipping
Screws. If Adjustment Is Necessary, Remove and Discard Both
Screws and Proceed With Adjustment As Listed.
Door Hinge - Can Be Adjusted From Left To Right, In and Out,
by Loosening The Three Phillips Head Screws. Center Mullion
Stationary Hinge - No Adjustment. Refrigerator and Freezer
Mullion Hinges Adjusted Same As Refrigerator Top Hinge.
Free-Standing
Bottom Freezer Door Hinge Same
As Top Refrigerator Hinge.
Bottom Cabinet Hinge No Adjustment
Built-In
Loosen Screws to Readjust.
Can Be Adjusted By Shimming.
No Top Adjustment.
UNDERCOUNTER
Models 244 and 249: Top and Bottom
hinges can be adjusted left to right,
in & out, by loosening the two phillips
head screws. Models 221M and 245: Hinges
are factory set; no field adjustment provided for.
245 Upper Swing Chang
SWING CHANGE
Models 244 and 249: Contact Sub-Zero
for swing change kit. ~4odel 245:
Upper; interchange hinge, screws and
corner cap on opposite side of cabinet
and door. lower: interchange hi~~e
and screws with hole plugs on opposite
side of cabinet. Move closer ~am, screw
and cam support plate to opposite side of
door. DO NOT remove mating closer cain
from closer hinge plate.
3·4
~8
PLUGS
t
245 lower Swing Change
Figure E Table
ROUGH OPENING
DIMENSIONS
MODEL #
RECOMMENDED
ELECTRICAL
OUTLET LOCATION
WATER
SUPPLY
DOOR PANEL
DIMENSIONS
LOCATION
A
8
C
D
201R
35-1/2"
72·3/4"
18"
3-112"
20111CE
35·1/2"
72-3/4"
18"
3-1/2"
18"
34-118"
x 58-15/16"
20tFD
35-112"
72·314"
18"
3-112"
18"
34-118"
x 58-15/16"
211
29·1/2"
83-3/4"
15"
79"
15"
E
34·118" x 58-15116"
28-118" x 41·7/16"
& 28-1/8"
x 25-3/S"
241
35·112"
83·3/4"
18"
79"
18"
34·1/8" x 41-7/16"
& 34-1/8" x 25·3IS"
2?11
35-112"
83·3/4"
18"
79"
18"
34-118")( 41-1116"
& 34-1/8" x 25-3/S"
2811
35-112"
83·3/4"
18"
79"
18"
251
35·112"
83·3/4"
18"
79"
18"
2511
35,1/2"
83·3/4"
18"
79"
18"
361
35-112"
83-3/4"
18"
79"
18"
3211
47·1/2"
83-3/4"
18"
79"
18"
801
35·112"
34-112"
18"
79'
18"
215A
35·112"
69-1/2"
18"
14"
215FD
35-1/2"
69-112"
18"
14"
18"
244
24"
34-112"
5"
14"
18"
249A
24"
34-1/2"
12"
249AP
24"
34-1/2"
249FF
24"
221M
5051S
x 48-1116"
34-118"
& 34-1/8" x 18-3/6"
34-118" x 48·7116"
& 34-1/8" x 18-3/6"
34·118" x 48-7f16"
& 34-118" x 18-3/6"
14-SIB" x 67-11/'6"
& 19-118" x 67-11/16"
17-15f16" x 67·11/16"
& 27-11116" x 67-11/16"
16·7/S"
x 22-7/S"
(both)
--23-5/S"
x 30"
14"
23-5/S"
x 30"
12"
14'
23-5/S"
x 30"
34-1/2"
5'
14'
18"
23-5/8"
x 30"
12"
34-1/2"
6"
6"
6'
11-9/16" x 30"
18"
34"1/2"
6"
6"
11"
17,1/32"
x
12-31/32"
NOTE: Water line may come directly through the wall, not higher than 2"112" from floor level.
INSTALLATION CHECK LIST
You, Sub-Zf!(O Mju~nl i$ now i,WeIHld.
We suggeSI you go rhrough rhe /o,l(Jw!n<J chfJGklis/;
o 1. rs uM e>pe"lir>g? If not is unit plugg&d ;"?,
Figure E. SCHEMATIC DRAWING
DODD
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Eloet<'oOf o.,UOI aod
WOlf< Supply "i,n,n
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is fu ... Of bleake, blown? ,el'ig<!,alOrl1,ee,e, 00",,01 on?
o 2. Is un~ I8v.1&d p'<)pO,ly (~nol
to $I'p 1)
D31,dooradjusled?(Slep11)
o 4. Is.,.,aler tu,ned"" to "",makar.nd ice bucket In posillon? (slepll)
o 5. Is packaging malarial remo.ved Ilape and Clops)?
o 6. Is toe plale install&d? (step II)
o 1. I, grille $(Orew boCk in po$ilion? lSlep 9)
o 8. A,e panels inst.11&d cor,octly?(slep 10)
o 9. Give customer wa"ant~ packe1.
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FULL SIZE UNITS
3"5
UNDERCOUNTER UNITS
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