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 Posted: Mon Oct 11th, 2010 01:30 pm
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Need some guidance on a 680/F Sub Zero refrigerator. This has the ice dispenser in the fresh food door. The ice chute in between the freezer & fresh food side that houses the mullion chute door is cracking & has a small burn mark on it (not preventing ice build up). It looks like it could possibly be replaced but i can not find the part on a parts look up & i suppose there could be a repair kit for this. Any info on this could be helpful.



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whutup bimbo! just ran across this exact issue last week and could not find it on the breakdown either.

called SZ and they told me it was 4203810- havn't got yet but i did look at the instruction sheet and it looks like what we need. lots o luck!
oh yeah, also there is a redundant heater built in to the factory mullion: open the control area and find the unused plug coming out of the center wall- if it ohms good simply exchange it with the bad heater at the plug...both of the heaters on mine were fubar

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KurtiusInterupptus wrote: .. called SZ and they told me it was 4203810 ..

this kit ?

4203810

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thats the one reg...just checked the parts shelf and the one i ordered is in. looks just like the one in the picture except only one set of leads (single heater)



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got my unit fixed...how'ed you make out?



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Installed and working fine so far, Thanks every one!



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