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burgeman
Southeastern LA Fan
Member since Jun 2008
9835 posts

Used Subzero 500 series fridge
I think I found one at a shop that refurbishes them for around $3k. We are remodeling a kitchen so I'm just trying to save a few dollars here and there. Should I look out for anything on a used Subzero? This was the description given on it:
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CORIMA
LAFAYETTE
Member since May 2014
407 posts

re: Used Subzero 500 series fridge
warranty?

Per Sub-Zero, 500 series produced 1987 to 2003, so substantial years on it.

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alpinetiger
Utah Fan
Salt Lake City
Member since Apr 2017
2735 posts

re: Used Subzero 500 series fridge
I'd make sure you know the shop. Personally, I'd rather buy the main appliance new and have the warrantees if I were to ever need them. Can you save money anywhere else?

My ex and I gutted my house in SLC in 2006 and she insisted on Bosch appliances. They're expensive, but they have a good reputation so it was fine. The dishwasher never functioned correctly. After six times of having it serviced, the appliance shop just replaced it with a new one. I'm sure they had Bosch pay for it. Anyway, the main point being is that for the main appliance in a kitchen, I'd make sure you're not having to deal with any issues and I'd we weary of any high-end, used fridge.


td1
Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2015
1857 posts

re: Used Subzero 500 series fridge
I have one from 1987, it is a tank. Freezer went out earlier this year (3rd time) and I am not getting it fixed again. I am going to replace it with something new that fits the Subzero sized opening.


alpinetiger
Utah Fan
Salt Lake City
Member since Apr 2017
2735 posts

re: Used Subzero 500 series fridge
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I have one from 1987, it is a tank. Freezer went out earlier this year (3rd time) and I am not getting it fixed again. I am going to replace it with something new that fits the Subzero sized opening.
Yeah. It was a tank you had to fix three times. What are you even talking about?

To the OP buy a new unit and get the warantee. Its the biggest appliance in your kitchen. Find the savings in other areas.


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