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PRI -INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
PREPARATION FOR INSTALLATION
Step 1 Prepare the finished rough opening to accept the installation of the Sub-Zero. NOTE: Carefully read the "Pre-lnstallation Specifications" chart below.
LOCATE ELECTRICAL OUTLET WITHIN TOP St-_DED _ NE,,
WITHIN BOTIOM _DAREA =W" LOCATE_ SUPPLY
SHUT OFF V4LV
A MODELS 501F AND 501R
'_ Figure I
MODELS 511, 532, 542, 550, 561 AND 590
501F 501R 511 532
FINISHED ROUGH OPENING DIMENSIONS A* B 351/2 723/4. 351/2. 723/4" 29V2" 833/4" 47V2" 411/2" 35V2" " 35V2" 47V2" 833/4" 833/4" 833/4"
DOOR PANEL DIMENSIONS (WIDTH x HEIGHT) 34Ve" x 58Wls" 341/e"x 581s/is" 28V8" x 48V1s" 28V8" x 183/8" 17_s/le"x 671V_s" 27_/_'x 67_V_s" 155/e"x 67W1s" 24"x 67_V_s"
MINIMUM DOOR CLEARANCE REQUIRED AT 90" C 36V_" 36V1s" 301A_. 291/4. 25_/1_.
MINIMUM HEIGHT REQUIRED (withlevelers in) 727/_s" 727/16. 827/882z/e 827/e. 827/e. 82_/e. 82z/e-
34Ve" x 481/16" 36V_" 34Vs" x 183/8" 833/4 ", 145/e"x 67Wte" 203/4. 19Ve'x 67W_s" 833/4" 15Ve" x 67"As" I 29'/4" 20shs" x 6711/16" Grille Panel: 9_hs'x 46ahs" (Handle Trim Panels not to exceed.050" thickness) Refrigerator, Upper Trim Panel: 6_/e"x 257/32" Refrigerator, Lower Trim Panel: 67/8"x 317/32" Freezer Trim Panel: 2shs" x 67_1/_2"
*When units are Installed side by side, a separating filler strip is recommended. The filler strip width should be added to the finished rough opening dimension. A filler strip must also be used when units are ins* d hinge to hinge. "*Routing or Recessing may be required on raised panels for finger clearance under handle. Refer to Figures 28 and 29 -- "Handle Recess Specs and Recommendations for Raised Panels."
;tep 2 A/hen units are installed side 3y side, a separating filler strip s recommended. The filler _trip width should be added to he finished rough opening dimension. A filler strip must _lso be used when units are nstalled hinge to hinge. IMPORTANT." For proper operation and use the door must open a minimum of 90. A minimum 2" filler must be used in corner installations to assure a 90 door opening. Remember to allow enough clearance in front of unit for full door s_;r)g. Minimum door.'ance listed in Figure 2. , IMPORTANT NOTE: We also require the floor under the refrigerator to be at the same level as the surrounding finished floor. IACAUTION ] Any finished flooring should be protected with appropriate material to avoid damage from very heavy appliance.
If unit fits under soffit with clearance between top of unit and soffit of 1" or less as in Figure 3 unit does not require blocking, otherwise blocking is =required. Refer to step.8.
[_,WARNING l Do not use an extension cord, or two prong adapter. Electrical ground is required on this appliance. Do not under any circumstances remove the power supply cord ground prong. 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. See Figure 4.
Step 3 Rough in the electrical outlet following the "Pre-lnstallation Specifications". See Figure 1. A 115 volt, 60 Hz, 15 amp fused electrical supply is required. It is recommended that a separate circuit, serving only this appliance, be provided. Follow any other local codes or ordinances that may also apply.
Route the water line thru the wall no more than 3" from floor when routed under unit. See Figure 6. NOTE: Regardless of the routing, allow for at least 3 feet of excess copper tubing to remain outside wall or floor for easy connection to the unit.
Step 4 For units with automatic icemaker, rough in the water supply line. Connect a %" copper line to the house supply being sure to use an easily accessible shut off valve between the supply and your refrigerator (approximately 6" from the compression fitting). The icemaker operates on water pressure of 20 to 100 PSI. NOTE: A line filter is required when water conditions have a high sediment content. Do not use "self piercing'" valves. Saddle valve kit (part #4-20-088-0) available from your distributor. Route the water line up thru the floor within _12"from wall, no higher than 3" from floor when routed under unit. See Figure 5.
Step 5. Uncrate unit, remove wood base and die,card the shipping bolts which secure the wood base to the bottom of the unit. Do not discard wood block and hardware to be used for blocking your unit. In addition retract front leveler legs to ensure easier movement of the unit for installation. 3
IAwARNING I To reduce the possibility of the unit tipping forward, you must reposition the front levelers to make contact with the floor. You will have to extend these legs when the unit is finally positioned. Step 6 Remove all packing materials and tape.
MODELS 501F AND 501R To remove the 501 grille, remove two (black) screws located in the lowest louver in the grille. Tilt the bottom of the grille out and away, it will release from the top of the grille. There is no grille spring on 501 Series. See Figure 8.
To block the unit, using the wood block and hardware provided, follow these steps. 1) Locate and mark two wall studs against the wall where the refrigerator is to be located. 2) Locate the proper height to clear the unit. The space along the top of the Sub-Zero between the unit and the bottom of the wood block must not be greater than 1/4_. See Figure 11. 3) Position the wood block over the unit and secure it using the screws and "1" brackets provided. Make sure screws extend a minimum of 71_,into each of the two wall studs. The wood block must extend a minimum e' three inches over the unit See Figure 11. 4) Using the front and rear levelers, the unit must be raised until it contacts the Wood block. See Figure 12.
Step 7 Grille removal is necessary to access power cord, hook up water line and is recommended for transporting through doorways. MODELS 511, 532, 542, 550 AND 561 Remove center grille screw and cut the red nylon shipping strap. Tilt the grille forward and release the spring(s) from behind the grille. See Figure 7.
(ALL MODELS) Step 8
To help prevent the unit from tipping forward under certain load conditions and provide a more stable installation, the unit must be secured in place with a solid soffit or wood block. ff there is a solid soffit above the unit with clearance between the unit and the soffit of one inch or less, as illustrated in Figure 3, you do not need to block the unit. If this is not the case, YOU MUST BLOCK THE UNIT.
MODEL 590 To remove Model 590 grille assembly, the inner grille panel assembly must first be removed. Lift up (1), then pull out at the bottom (2), then pull top section down and out of the top key slot (3) (as in Figure 9). Next, remove the 5 mounting screws that hold the outer grille panel assembly to the top compartment. See Figure 10.
tAWARNINGI To reduce possibility of cabinet tipping forward, front levellers must be in contact with floor. See Figure 12.
Figure Figure 9 11
t ' TALLATION ,. TRUCTIONS
_WARNING ] ;hut-off power to the wall )utlet. ;tep 9 Jnit is equipped with rollers. )lug into 15 amp grounded )utletand roll unit into desired )osition under the wood block )r soffit and connect icemaker rater line to unit. Remove ]a}den hose fitting from )lastic bag and attach the 14" compression nut and ;leeve on copper tubing )efore attaching the hose itting to the solenoid valve. =urge line before final lookup to valve. See Figure 13, For Model 590 see _14. ,ion water supply and :heck all fittings for leaks. ;fake certain electrical _arness is attached to ;olenoid. _iOTE: Icemaker will not immediately fill with _/ater when supplied to valve. Allow 24 hours _orproper ice production.
ODELS 511, 532, 542, 550, ;61 AND 501F
Step 12 Install grille, step 7. IMPORTANT'. For Models 511, 532, 542, 550, 561 and 590, reverse step 7 procedure. NOTE: If using panelized grille refer to "Grille Panel Installation."
Step 13 Restore power to the wall outlet.
NOTE: ROUTING, RECESSING OR OPTIONAL EXTENDED HANDLES MAY BE REQUIRED ON RAISED PANELS FOR FINGER CLEARANCE UNDER HANDLE. Refer to Figures 28 and 29 -- "Handle Recess Specifications and Recommendation for Raised Panels." NOTE: does not apply to Model 590.
Step 10 Level the unit. Toadjust height, turn front leveling legs counterclockwise to raise, or clockwise to lower. Rear levellers (rollers) are adjusted from front of base. Turn Sh6" hex bolt clockwise to raise cabinet, counterclockwise to lower cabinet. See Figure 12. Step 11 Install toe plate as shown in Figure 15. Before attaching toe plate check to ensure drain pan is installed properly.
Step 14 Apply decorative front panels (and side panels if applicable). All Sub-Zero units are manufactured in a manner to achieve a total built-in appearance. This allows you to choose the decorative material and color application for the front and sides (if exposed) for your refrigerator/ freezer.
MODELS 501F, 501R, 511, 532, 542, 550 AND 561 A) To install front panels on your Sub-Zero, the door handles must be removed. The handle screws are hidden by a magnet backed trim molidng. Remove the molding using a piece of tape to pull it away from the handle and expose the handle screws. NOTE: the molding will bend at center allowing removal as in Figure 16.
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Toe plate must be removable for servicing, so any flooring must allow for this removal Refer to label mounted on kickplate support for height clearance.
FRONT PANEL INSTALLATION
(See "Pre-lnstallation Specifications" -- for panel dimensions) If a metal or other thin material is used, a filler must be inserted behind your panel to insure a proper fit. All frames are designed to accept up to 114"material. If a raised, wood front panel is being used, the edges must be routed to the necessary 114"border specifications. (50# per door panel maximum weight limit)
B) With standard Phillips screwdriver, remove door handle on freezer and refrigerator door (the door handles also act as a door trim). The Models 511 and 550 freezer door handle isw on the top of the door and removed in the same manner described above. C) Slide panel into frame on door as shown in Figure 17.
MODEL 590 A) To install panels on the Model 590, the door handle and door handle trim must first be removed. The screws are hidden by a magnet-backed trim molding. Remove the molding using a piece of tape to pull it away from the handle and expose the handle screws. NOTE: The trim molding will bend out at the center allowing removal as shown in Figure 16. B) With standard Phillips screwdriver, remove door handles on freezer and refrigerator doors (door handles also act as a door trim, see Figure 17). C) Remove the handle trim panels by sliding them out of the door(s). See Figure 18. NOTE: Different colored handle trim panels and glasswells are available through your product distributor.
D) Next, remove the water and ice glasswell by removing the mounting screw. Then slide the glasswell up and pull out as in Figure 18. E) Remove the top and bottom trim fillers held on by the mounting screw(s). See Figure 19. F) Remove the screws holding in vertical trim strip. See Figure 19.
GRILLE PANEL INSTALLATION
If optional EA panel grille is purchased for Models 511,53 542, 550 or 561, follow these instructions. EA GRILLE PANEL SIZE Grille Size 10 x x x x 30 14xx x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 48 Panel Size 83/16x 283/16 93/16x 283/16 103/16x 283/16 113/le x 283/16 123/18x 283/18 133/18x 283/16 83/16x 343/16 93/lS x 343/16 103/16x 343/16 113/16x 343/16 123/16x 343/le 133/1ex, t/16 83/16X "_',,J3/16 93/16x 403/16 103/18x 403/16 113/16x 403/X 40116 133/1s x 403/16 83/16x 463/16 93hsx 463h6 103/16 x 463/lS 113/16x 463/1e 123/16x 463/16 133/lS x 463/16
Figure 19 Figure 17
G) Install door panels by sliding into frame on door as shown in Figure 17. D) With panel in position, replace handle and screws. Replace the trim molding(s) by inserting the top ar_i then the bottom into the handle channel. Release the middle and set the magnets. H) With door panels in place, reverse the steps for proper reassembly. NO TE: ff replacing standard handle insert panels and glasswell with original or custom handle insert panel or glasewell, refer to step H.
The frame molding is designed to hold 114"thick panel. Raised wood panels must be routed to 114" thickness on _11 four sides to provide a 114"lip.(15 Ibs. maximum panel weight.)
11" GRILLE ONLY 532 & SN 11" THRU T$" GRILLE ALL OTHER MODELS
P_ ,l-:z-o.-0 SCREW GROMMET
UPPER G_LLE SCREW
LOWER GRILLE SCREW
C) Slide panel into position in grille frame as shown in Figure 22. NOTE: When using _/4" or less, a filler is necessary.
,4) Remove Iouvered grille. Refer to step 7. B) Open the door(s) and attach template provided with panel grille installation kit. The template center hold must be aligned with the grille screw hole and you must fasten from the top down with the screw you removed in step A. See Figure 20. (7,)With template in place, drill 1/8" pilot holes in the end holes of the template. See Figure 20. Enlarge pilot holes by drilling 3h6" finished holes; After drilling holes, remove template and discard. Keep screw'fer later installation.
D) Install screw grommets in properly labeled holes in Figure 20 in the shroud assembly. E) Attach the outer grille frame to the shroud assembly by inserting the two upper grille screws into their proper holes and with door(s) open install the lower three grille screws as shown in Figure 20 and Figure 10. F) Refer to Model 590 grille installation, steps B through E. on this page for the remainder of the assembly.
MODEL 590 (STANDARD FEATURE) EA GRILLE PANEL SIZE Grille Size
83/16 93/16 x 463/16
11 x x x 48 14xx 48
x 463116 103/16X 463/16 113/16X 463/16 123/16X 463/16 133/16x 463116
A) Remove the inner grille panel assembly (refer to step 7). B) Remove the top two corner screws and pull away the top frame. See Figure 21.
D) Reattach the top frame by reinstalling the two top corner screws. E) InstaEinner grille panel assembly back onto product (refer to step 7).
SIDE PANEL INSTALLATION
If side panels are being utilized, please check with your installer for installation methods or you may use one of the side panel installation methods shown in Figure 23. Drill 3 holes equal distance apart in vertical section of aluminum frame and install. pan head screws.
Anchor the side panel with decorative headed screws (as shown) or finishing nails can be used. The screws/ nails must be obtained from your local hardware supply store. NOTE: We do not recommend the use of adhesives. Dimensions given for typical wood side panel installation. NOTE: If 1/4n(or less)panel is used and inserted into return channel extrusion then a 241/4" size is necessary for width. Sheet must also be notched for grille and other brackets or screws that are in the return channel. This is only necessary on this application.
NOTE: Product(s) must be leveled and squared before attempting this procedure.
Instructions for product being tied together (see Figure 24):
NOTE: Figure 23 is viewed from top edge of panel.
BACK OF SUB-ZERO FRAMEI I 6 X 3/8 PAN HEAD SCREW 8 X UNI
SIDE PANEL MATERIAL
6 X 3/8
PAN HEAD SCREW
8 x 11/4FLATHEAD
Step 15 It is recommended after going through the previous procedures (front and side panel installation, leveling and alignment and door adjustment) proper anchoring of the unit to the opening be done as this will insure a proper installation. Sub-Zero Anchoring Kit #4-20-090-0 is available through your Product Distributor. Part #4-20-090-0 Contents: 6 11/4" Sems 3 3h6 x 1 Chicago Screw Posts 1 6-19-023-0 Loctite
6 X 3/SPAN HEAD SCREW
1) Drill three (3) 13/6411oles h through the middle trim of both units. I_CAUTION J
Do not drill through model and serial number tag.
1 1/8 ,,6
8 x 11/4FI_AT SCREW HEAD
}-- 2 I/2" -_
7/2'1 SIDE PANEL MATERIAL
8 X FLAT HEAD SCREW
6 X 3/B PAN HEAD SCREW
METAL SIDE PANEL
Figures 24 and 25 are examples.
i'"'ISTALLATION" ' ,,4STRUCTIONS
2) Using the Loctite on the screws, install all 3 Chicago Screw Posts. 3) Inspect the units for level again. 4) Drill three (3) 3t16" holes (per specs in Figure 24) through both outer trims. 5) Using a 1/8" drill bit, drill into the cabinetry for a pilot hole. 6) Install all six (6) Seres to the cabinetry. Instructions for fastening Models 501R, 501F, 550, 511, 561, 532, 542 and 590 to cabinetry (see Figure 25):
Step 16 If the doors are out of adjustment, the top or bottom hinge may be adjusted by removing and discarding the two small shipping screws. See Figure 26. The top door hinges can be adjusted left to right and in or out by loosening the three allen head screws. The bottom door hinge is equipped with two adjustment allen head screws. See Figure 27. For adjustment, use a 118" allen wrench to loosen screws (models 550 and 511 excluded). This allows the door to move left to right or in and out. NOTE: On Models 532, 542, 561, 501R, 501F and 590 the doors open to 130 . An optional door stop kit (4-20-089-0), which allows a door opening of approximately 90 is available. Contact your distributor.
IAWARNING l Disconnect power to unit before checking wiring connections.  Is blocking completed? (Step 8)  Is unit leveled properly on a solid floor?. (Step 10)  Is blocking necessary? (Step 8)  Is drain pan installed properly? (Step 11)  Is toe plate installed? (Step 11)  Is grille screw back in position? (Step 12)  Are panels installed correctly? (Step 14)  Are doors adjusted? (Step 16)  Does the customer understand the unit's operation?  Is the icemaker switch turned on? (Models 590, 532, 542 and 561). (_ive the customer the warranty packet.
INSTALLATION CHECK LIST
The importance of the installation of your Sub-Zero cannot be overemphasized. The proper installation of your unit is the responsibility of the selling dealer or installer. The following check list should be completed by the installerto insure no part of the installation has been overlooked. Any questions or problems pertaining to the installation should be directed to the selling dealer.  Is unit operating? If not, is unit plugged in? Is refrigerator/ freezer control on?  Is packing material removed? (Step 6)  Is water supply line connected to compression fitting? (Step 8)
1) Drill three (3) 3h6" holes (per specs in Figure 25) through both outer trims. 2) Drill a Vs" pilot hole into the cabinetry. ?' 'qstall all six (6) Sems.
HANDLE RECESS SPECIFICATIONS
MODELS 532, 542 AND 561
501F ,4ND 501R
MODELS 511 AND 550
MODEL 550 501F 501R 590
A (WIDTH) 1715115" 155/8" 145/8" 281/s" 341/8" 34Ve" 34V8"
B (WIDTH) 2711116" 24" 191/5"
C (HEIGHT) 6711/16" 6711/16" 6711/16" 481/16" 481/15" 58_5/16" 5815/_6"
385/32. 385/32 -
385/32" 24t/32" 24V32" 2915/32" 29_s/32"
(Handle Recess Not Required)
ff you need service. Take necessary steps to preserve food in unit. Door(s) should be left closed as much as possible until unit is back in service. Please have model and serial number available (for model and serial numbers refer to plate located on top frame of unit inside door). Call your nearest Sub-Zero Factory Authorized Service Center in your area, contact your dealer, or: Sub-Zero Freezer Co., Inc., Service Department, RO. Box 44130, e Madison, W153744-4130, Telephone 1-800-222-7820.
_ECOMMENDATIONS :OR RAISED =ANELS
_ecause of different door panel Jesigns, routing, recessing, or Jseof optional extended handles nay be necessary for finger "learance when using raised )anels greater than 114"total hickness. (50# per door panel naximum weight limit.) _ee Figure 28 for location of _ffset when using specific "outing for grip area only. figure 29 is actual size top ,iew of standard full length _andle and panel. We ,ecommend that you use the grid (Figure 29) to lay out 7our panel design for finger ;learance when standard full _-_gth handles are used.
Optional Extended Handle
Optional/_ D-Style" Han_lle
Standard Full-Length Handle
1" Panel " Panel V2" Panel
_IOTE: Handle profile does not apply to Model 590, however oanel weight limit does.
Figure 29 -tl Actual size topview. Standard full length handle.
DUE TO OUR CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM, MODELS AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
If you are storing or disposing of your old refrigerator, please do it safely. Read the enclosed safety booklet from the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers. CHILD ENTRAPMENT ACCIDENTS CAN BE TRAGIC!
SUB-ZERO FREEZER CO., INC.
FORM NO. 3-75-216-16
P.O. BOX 44130, MADISON, Wl 53744-4130
PRINTED IN U.S.A.
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Planning and Installation Guide
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Each Sub-Zero is protected with a full two-year (parts and labor) warranty on the entire product from the date of installation. The unmatched Sub-Zero protection also includes a full five-year (parts and labor) warranty and limited six-through-twellthyear (parts) warranty on the sealed system (compressors, condenser, evaporator, drier and all connecting tubing). Warranty does not include installation. See complete warranty for non-residential use and other exceptions. Sub-Zero features and options are listed on page 7. This Planning and Installation Guide is intended to offer you a profile of our units, and what it takes to plan for and install a Sub-Zero. If you would like our colorful Full Line sales brochure, or if you have installation questions that are not answered in this Guide, please give us a call at (800) 222-7820. We would also like to hear from you if you have any comments on how we can make this Guide a better tool for you. Direct your comments to the Marketing Services Manager, Sub-Zero Freezer Company, P.O. Box 44130, Madison, WI 53744-4130. signals a situation where minor injury or product damage may occur if you do not follow instructions. states a hazard may cause serious injury or death if precautions are not followed. IMPORTANT NOTE: Full-Size Models Undercounter Models Planning Information Integrating Cabinetry Installation Instructions Panel Installation Installation Check Ust As you follow these instructions, you will notice warning and caution symbols. This blocked information is important for the safe and efficient installation of this Sub-Zero. There are two types of potential hazards that may occur during this installation. 4-7 8-9 10-11 12-13 13-15 16-19 19
When only the best will do for you, look to the best. Look to Sub-Zero, the industry leader in built-in home refrigeration. Our 20 models vary in size from 18" to 48" in width, and offer storage space from 4.6 cubic feet to 30. We offer the finest warranty in the business in our 12-year Sub-Zero Protection Plan. And if service is necessary, there is a network of thousands of fectory-trained technicians across the United States and Canada.
Another footnote we would like to identify is: IMPORTANT NOTE: This highlights information that is especially relevant to a problem-free installation.
Sub-Zero offers the most complete line of built-in refrigeration options for your design alternatives. Our 10 full-size models enable you to meet your specific needs and preferences.
Refrigerator/Freezer Model 511
Dimensions Overall Size: H 84" W 30" D 24"
All Freezer Model 501F
Minimum Height Required: 82%" Door Swing Clearance: 301/8 " Door Panels: H 481/16" x W 281/8"
H 183/8" X W
All Refrigerator Model 501R
Dimensions Overall Size: H 73"W 36" D24" Minimum Height Required: 723/4" Door Swing Clearance: 361/lS" Door Panel: H 5815/16" x W 341/8" Energy Usage 668 kwh/$58/Annually* Storage Information Refrigerator: 20 cu.ft, of Storage 4 Adjustable Glass Shelves 1 Stationary Glass Shelf 4 Crispers 1 Adjustable Utility Basket 3 Adjustable Door Shelves 1 Adjustable Dairy Compartment 2 Egg Trays Crated Weight 391 pounds
Overall Size: H 73" W 36" D 24" Minimum Height Required: 723/4 " Door Swing Clearance: 361/16" Door Panel: H581s/16" x W 341/8 " Energy Usage 876 kwh/$76/Annually* Storage Information Freezer: 19.2 cu.ft, of Storage 3 Adjustable Wire Shelves 1 Stationary Glass Shelf 3 Drawers 5 Adjustable Door Shelves Ice Maker with Storage Drawer Crated Weight 378 pounds
Energy Usage 709 kwh/$61/Annually* Storage Information Refrigerator: 12.7 cu.ft, of Storage 3 Adjustable Glass Shelves 1 Stationary Glass Shelf 2 Crispers 1 Adjustable Utility Basket 2 Adjustable Door Shelves 1 Adjustable Dairy Compartment 2 Egg Trays Freezer: 5.2 cu.ft, of Storage Two Tier Pullout Drawer Ice Maker Crated Weight 430 pounds
Due to our continuous improvement program, models and specifications
to change without notice.
* Annual energy costs are based on 8.67 cents per kilowatt hour.
Refrigerator/Freezer Model 542 Refrigerator/Freezer Model 561
Dimensions Overall Size: H 84" W 42" D 24" Minimum Height Required:
Dimensions Overall Size: H 84" W 36" D 24"
Size: W 36" D 24" Required:
Minimum Height Required:
827/8" Door Swing Clearance:
Door Swing Clearance: 361/16'' Door Panels: H 481/16" x W 341/8", H 183/8" x W 341/8 " Energy Usage 789 kwh/$68/Annually* Storage Information Refrigerator: 15.7 cu.ft, of Storage 3 Adjustable Glass Shelves 1 Stationary Glass Shelf 2 Crispers 1 Adjustable Utility Basket 2 Adjustable Door Shelves 1 Adjustable Dairy Compartment 2 Egg Trays Freezer: 6.4 cu.ft, of Storage Two Tier Pull-out Drawer Ice Maker Crated Weight Model 550:482 pounds
Minimum 827/8 ''
Door Panels: H 6711/16" X W 155/8"
Door Swing Door Panels:
H 6711/16" x W 24" Energy Usage 858 kwh/$74/Annually* Storage Information Refrigerator: 16 cu.ft, of Storage
H 6711/16" x W 145/8': H 6711/16 '. x W 191/8"
Energy Usage 811 kwh/$70/Annually* Storage Information Refrigerator: 12.5 cu.ft, of Storage 4 Adjustable Glass Shelves 1 Stationary Glass Shelf 2 Crispers 1 Adjustable Utility Basket 3 Adjustable Door Shelves 1 Adjustable Dairy Compartment 1 Egg Tray. Freezer: 8.9 cu.ft, of Storage 2 Adjustable Wire Shelves 1 Stationary Metal Shelf 4 Drawers 5 Adjustable Door Shelves Ice Maker with Storage Drawer Crated Weight 500 pounds
4 Adjustable Glass Shelves 1 Stationary Glass Shelf 2 Crispers 1 Adjustable Utility Basket 3 Adjustable Door Shelves 1 Adjustable Dairy Compartment 2 Egg Trays Freezer: 9.2 cu.ft, of Storage 3 Adjustable Wire Shelves 1 Stationary Metal Shelf 4 Drawers 5 Adjustable Door Shelves Ice Maker with Storage Drawer Crated Weight 541 pounds
Model 550SS: 515 pounds
\ Model 550
Crated Weight Model 532:582 pounds
Model 532SS: 630 pounds
Storage information Refrigerator: 18.2 cu.ft, of Storage 4 Adjustable Glass Shelves 1 Stationary Glass Shelf
Refrigerator/Freezer Model 532 Model 532SS
Dimensions Overall Size: H 84" W 48" D 24" Minimum Height Required:
4 Crispers 1 Adjustable Utility Basket 3 Adjustable Door Shelves 1 Adjustable Dairy Compartment 2 Egg Trays Freezer: 11.2 cu.ft, of Storage 3 Adjustable Wire Shelves 2 Removable Plastic Shelves 3 Drawers 5 Adjustable Door Shelves
Door Swing Clearance: 291/4" Door Panels: H 6711/16" X W 1716/16 ", H 6711/16" X W 2711/16"
Energy Usage 929 kwh/$81/Annually*
Ice Maker with Storage Bin Crated Weight 610 pounds
Storage Information Refrigerator: 18.8 cu.ft, of Storage 4 Adjustable Glass Shelves 1 Stationary Glass Shelf 4 Crispers 1 Adjustable Utility Basket 3 Adjustable Door Shelves 1 Adjustable Dairy Compartment 2 Egg Trays Freezer: :1.l.2 cu.ft, of Storage 2 Adjustable Wire Shelves 1 Stationary Metal Shelf 4 Drawrers 5 Adjustable Door Shelves Ice Maker with Storage Drawer Energy Usage 1111 kwh/$96/Annually*
with Ice and Water Dispenser
Dimensions Overall H 84" Size: W 48" D 24" Required:
H 6711/16" x W 151/8" H 6711/16" X W 209/16 " Grille Panel: H 93/16" X W 463/16" ModelS_
Door Handles. All units have our low-profile door handles as a standard feature. A D-style handle is an option on Models 501R, 501F, 511 and 550. An extended full-length handle is also offered as an option on all models. Refer to Figure A, Page IOA for panel sizing information. With the Models 550SS and 532SS, the standard handles are oneinch in diameter stainless steel. Grilles. Sub-Zero's 11" Iouvered grille is standard on all models with the exception of the Model 590. An optional easy-access (EA) panel grille that accepts decorative panel inserts is also available. In either instance, you can order them in one inch increments from 10" to 15': Model 590 has the EA panel grille standard. The Models 550SS and 532SS have an attractive, heavy-duty stainless steel grille to complement the overall professional look of the units. Toe Plate. Adjustable, solid toe plate meets the standards of the American Institute of Architects. Inset area a 4" high by 3"deep. All units have a paintable black toe plate except for the Models 550SS and 532SS feature a stainless steel toe plate. Adjustable Shelves. Cantilever glass shelves in the refrigerator, wire shelves in the freezer and all of the door shelves are adjustable. Crispers. Each crisper has its own humidity control and moves easily on our roller track system. Ice Maker. Each Sub-Zero freezer offers an automatic ice maker providing crescentshaped ice. Utility Basket. Smaller items are stored in the refrigerator's adjustable utility basket. Dairy i Egg Modules. Two dairy compartments have full magnetic seals to maintain freshness. A portable egg tray offers handy storage and is removable. Diffused Ughting. Sub-Zero's overhead lighting floods both the refrigerator and freezer compartments with even light. Dual Compressors. Two compressors in all our combination refrigerator/ freezer units deliver precise, and independent temperature in the section it controls. Automatic Defrost. Sub-Z ero refrigerator and freezer units have an automatic defrost system. Front Venting. All Sub-Zero units are front vented so you can plan for a truly built-in refrigerator. Door Swing. You can choose left or right door swing on our single door units as well as our over-and-under models. This option must be ordered when requesting the unit. You cannot reversethe door in the field. Magnetic Door Gasket. Our positive sealing gasket ensures a tight closing door. Roller Base, Patented roller base assembly allows for easy installation. Door Stop Kit. For installations where the door swing must be limited to 90 degrees, an optional Door Stop Kit is available. Normal door swing is 130 degrees with the exception of the 511 and 550(SS). The normal door swing on these models is 120 degrees.
Sub-Zero's integrated design, beauty and quality is evident in all of these features-that are standard on Sub-Zero's ten 500 Series full-size units. Built-in Design. All Sub-Zeros are only 24" deep. They accept decorative door and side panels (50 lb. weight limit per door panel), to match virtually any cabinetry. The perimeter thickness cannot exceed 1/4':See pages 12 and 13 for details. Colored Panels. Optional steel door and side panels are available from our factory in three colors: almond, stainless steel and white. (Model 590 offers your choice of seven complementary colored glasswells and ten optional color handle inset trim panels at no cost. The standard colored glasswell is pewter gray and handle inset trim panel is pin-striped pewter gray.) The Models 550SS and 532SS come with stainJess steel panels. Satin Trim. Door s_'_ws are hidden on these units so you have a clean look.
Undercounter Models Refrigerator/Freezer Model 249R
Dimensions Overall Size: H 3313/16"W 237/8" D 24"
with Auto Defrost
Door Swing Clearance: 253/s" Door Panel:
Sub-Zero undercounter refrigerators, freezers, combination units and ice maker all accept decorative door panels (maximum 20 pound limit) to fit any decor and can be built in to fit flush with virtually any base cabinet style. Equally important, they are all backed by the best warranty in the business, the 12-year Sub-Zero Protection Plan. See page 3 for details. All undercounter models are self-venting, feature foamed insulation, have durable, easy-to-clean ABS interior surfaces and offer interchangeable door swings. (Kit required, except for Model 245.) These models can be built-in or installed as free standing. Energy Usage 463 kwh/$40/Annually* Storage Information Refrigerator: 3 cu.ft, of Storage 2 Stationary Shelves 1 Door Shelf Freezer: 1.9 cu.ft, of Storage 1 Shelf 1 Door Shelf Ice Maker with Container Crated Weight 139 pounds Dimensions Overall Size: H 34" W 237/8" D 24" Door Swing Clearance: 2513/16" Door Panel: H 281/8" x W 231/2 "
H 30" x W 235/8 Energy Usage 368 kwh/$32/Annually* Storage Information Refrigerator: 4.4 cu.ft, of Storage 2 Removable Shelves 1 Stationary Shelf 3 Door Shelves Manual Defrost Freezer:.7 cu.ft, of Storage 1 Shelf Manual Defrost Crated Weight 120 pounds
Dimensions Overall Size:
H 3313/1s" W 237/8" D 24" Door Swing Clearance: 253/8" Door Panel: H 30" x W 235/8" Energy Usage 504 kwh/$44/Annually*
Dimensions Overall Size: H 3313/zs" W 237/8" D 24" Door Swing Clearance: Door Panel: H 30" x W 235/e " Energy Usage 429 kwh/$37/Annually* Storage information Refrigerator: 4.9 cu.ft, of Storage 2 Removable Shelves 1 Stationary Shelf 3 Door Shelves Crated Weight 117 pounds
Ice Maker Model 506
Freezer: 4.6 cu.ft, of Storage 2 Removable Shelves 1 Stationary Shelf Ice Maker Optional Crated Weight 135 pounds
Dimensions Overall Size: H
3413/32 " W 177/8"
Door Swing Clearance: 113/4,, Door Panels: H 133/18" x W 17", H 1115/15"x W 17" Storage Information 35 Ibs. of Ice 3/4" Clear Ice Cubes Hopper Door Drain or optional pump is
Finished Rough Opening Dimensions A 501R
Minimum Door Clearance Required at 90 361/s" 361/18" 30z/8" 361/16" 203/4" 259/16"
Minimum Height Required (with levelers in) 723/4" 723/4" 827/8" 827/8"
Recommended Electrical Outlet Location D 3" 3" 751/2" 751/2"
Water Supply Location F _ _
E 6" 6" _ _
29z/2" 35/2" 351/2" 411/2"
833/4" 833/4" 833/4" 833/4"
Before moving ahead with any planning you should be aware of the basic requirements for the installation of a built-in Sub-Zero. The drawings in Figures 1 and 2 illustrate the finished rough in dimensions, electrical and plumbing locations and minimum door clearance for all units.
53=(S5) 249R 249RP 249FF 506
827/8" 82V8" 827/8" 341/4 341/4
751/2" 751/2 " 751/2" 1" 101/2"
_ _ 12"
471/2" 471/2" 24" 24" 24" 24" 18"
NOTE: When using frameless cabinets,you must add space to the finished rough
openingto allow for side mainframeoverlapto ensurecabinet and Sub-Zerodoorsopen properly.This space will fluctuate dependingon the installationandoverallvisual appearanceyou are tryingto achieve. IMPORTANT NOTE: When installing cabinetswith six inch bases, add two inches to the minimum height detailed above, if you want to make the base of the Sub-Zeroeven with the cabinets.
Locate Electrical Outlet within Top Shaded Area
/ OhUa';te_'_rhi: II
Locate 501F Water Supply within Bottom Shaded Area
I B LocateWaterSupplyD I I I __
Models 245, 249R, 249RP, 249FF and 506
-Shut OffValve /,
501R and 501F
Models 511, 5S0(SS), 561, 542, 532(SS) and 590
2M 3 _'
These actual size drawings offer you the opport_.unity_ better understand unique situations you may face in some of your installations. The page can easily be removed and photocopied or used for your own tracings. Figure A shows the clearance you would have for raised panels using the standard f.ull-length handle or the optional extended fulllength handle illustrated in the dash line. Figure B below illustrates a typical 501 pair installation where a filler strip is being used and the doors open at the standard 130 degrees. Depending on the configuration and panels, this filler strip will vary.
Standard Full-Length Handle
1" Panel 3/4"Panel
Allowfor Filler Door Closed Lap Behind Flange Main Frame
130 door 2" filler
opening strip (top
with a view)
(Optional 90 = Door Stop Available)
Optional D-Style Handle on 501 Pair
Door Open @ :130
Nominal Overall Width of Sub-Zero
23_" to Rear of Sub-Zero
2_" 2Vi' 2_"
Door Open @ 90
90 door opening (top view)
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This overall view of a unit, its door and the relationship to a counter, a built-inwall appliance or corner shows how a filler strip may prevent damage to raised panels.
_rlUe Size 10 x x x 30
Panel Size 83/e" x 283/16" 93/z6" x 283/16" 103/16" x 283/16" 113/e" x 283/ts" 123/ze" x 283/6" 133/16" x 283/16" 83/16" x 343/16" 93/16" x 343/16" 103/16" x 343/16" 113/16" x 343/16" 123/18" x 343/16" 133/16" x 343/16"
83/16" X 403/t6"
Panels must be 1/4" thick around the _perimeter and muted to allow for 1/4" edge, except for Model 245, which requires 3/8".
13 x x x x :36
The installatton of a Sub-Zero is an easy task if you have done the necessary preparation. Before bringing the unit into a house, it should be uncrated outside. Remove the box and wood base and discard this material. Do not discard wood block and hardware to be used for blocking your unit. In addition retract front leveler legs to ensure easier movement of the unit for installation.
11 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 48
The Sub-Zero 11" Iouvered
Panels " thick or less
grille is standard on all units with the exception of the Model 590. An easy-access (EA) panel grille is available as an option for all models and easily accepts decorative panels. The Model 590 has this 11" EA panel grille as a standard feature. The Models 550SS and 532SS come standard with an 11" heavy duty stainless steel grille. A 15" heavy duty grille is also available for these two models.
93/16" x 403/16" 103/16" x 403/16" 113/16" x 403/16" 123/18 " x 403/16" 133/18" x 403/16" 83/16" x 463/16" 93/16" x 463/16 " 103/16.'x 463/16" 113/16" x 463/16" 123/16" x 463/16 " 133/16" x 463/16"
R_kVlVl-'l_|_ll_e '] To reduce the possibility of the unit tipping forward, you must reposition the front levelers to make contact with the floor. You will have to extend these legs when the unit is finally positioned. You should remove the grille for easier transportation through doorways and later access to the power cord.
As with the standard grille, the EA panel grille can be ordered in one inch increments from 10" to 15". The following sizes should be used when ordering decorative inserts for the EA panel grille. There is a 15 pound weight limit on these inserts.
Thicker raised panels may require special consideration with door swings and clearance. See center pages IOA and lOB. You may consider using an optional extended handle. See Figure A, Page IOA. Panels must not exceed 50 pounds for each door panel on the full-size units and 20 pounds on the undercounter units.
Any other custom grille must meet required airflow requirements and you should contact Sub-Zero before installing one.
If side panels are to be used refer to pages 17 and 18, the side panel installation section of the guide, for specifics regarding sizing.
Models 561, 542
To block the unit, using the wood block and hardware
Remove center grille
and cut the red nylon shipping strap. NOTE: removed IMPORTANT must be
provided, follow these steps: Locate and mark two wall studs against the wall where the ref;igerator is to be located. Locate the Proper height to clear the unit. The space along the top of the Sub-Zero between the unit and the bottom of the wood block must not be greater than
To help prevent the unit from _jpping forward and provide a stable installation, the unit must be secured in place with a solid soffit or wood block.
before grille is tilted
or damage can occur. Tilt the grille forward and release the spring(s) from
To remove Model 590 grille assembly, the inner grille panels assembly must first be removed. Uft up (1), then pull out at the bottom (2), then pull top section down and out of the top key slot (3) as in Figure 9. Next, remove the five mounting screws that hold the outer grille panel assembly to the top compartment. See Figure 10.
See Figure 7.
If there is a solid soffit above the unit with clearance between the unit and the soffit of one inch or less, as illustrated in Figure 11, you do not need to block the unit. If this is not the case, you must block the unit.
1/4 inch. See Figure 12. Position the wood block over the unit and secure it using the screws and "L" brackets provided. Make sure screws extend a minimum of T/8of an inch into each of the two wall studs. The wood block must extend a minimum of three inches over the unit. See Figure 12.
/ 3 Inner Grille
Models and 501F
Using the front and rear levelers, the unit must be raised until it contacts the wood block. See Figure 15.
To remove the 501 grille, remove two (black) screws located in the lowest louver in the grille. Tilt the bottom of thegrille out and away, it
To reduce the possibility of cabinet tipping forward, front levelers must be in contact with floor. See Figure 15.
will release from the top of the grille. There is no grille spring on the 501 units. See Figure 8.
Shut off the power to the wall outlet. With the unit positioned properly you should level the unit by turning the front leveling legs counterclockwise to raise or clockwise to lower. Protect any finished flooring before moving the unit in place. All full size Sub-Zero models are equipped with rollers, so you can easily move the unit into place. If for any reason, the unit has been laid on its back or side, you must allow the unit to stand upright for a minimum of 24 hours before connecting power.
The rear levelers (rollers) are adjusted from the front of the base by turning the s/16"hex bolt clockwise to raise and counterclockwise to lower the cabinet. See Figure 15.
For a finished look to the Sub-Zero install the toe plate as illustrated in Figure 16. However, before completing this step check to ensure the drain pan is positioned properly.
To reduce the possibility
Garden Hose Fitting " Compression
of the cabinet tipping forward, the front levelers must be in contact with the floor.
In all cases the toe plate must be removable for servicing so any floodng or molding must allow for this removal. Refer to the label mounted on the
Tum on water supply, check Plug the unit into 15 amp grounded outlet and roll the unit into desired position. Now you have to connect the ice maker water line. all fittings for leaks and make certain the electrical harness is attached to the solenoid valve. IMPORTANT NOTE: The ice maker will not immediately fill with water when supplied to the valve. Allow 24 hours for proper ice Cut the red nylon shipping strap holding the garden hose fitting, compression nut and sleeve to the toe plate bracket. Connect the 1/4. compression nut and sleeve on the copper tu_oing the to hose fitting before attaching the fitting to the solenoid valve. Purge the water line before the final hookup to the valve. See Figure 13 and for Model 590 see Figure 14.
kickplate support for height clearance.
Models 511, and 532
501F, 542, Model 590
Remove the door handle by first removing the trim molding as shown in Figure 17. The molding easily comes off by using a piece of tape to All Sub-Zero full-size 500 Series units easily accommodate front, grille and side panels as tong as you follow the points listed earlier in the Integrating Cabinetry section of this guide. (The Models 550SS and 532SS come standard with stainless steel panels and one inch diameter stainless steel handles, so panel and handle installation is not necessary.) Installation is easy following these steps. pull it away from the handle. This removal will expose the handle screws. With a standard Phillips screwdriver, remove door handle on freezer and refrigerator door. The Models 511 and 550 freezer door handle is on the top of the door and removed in the same manner.
Slide the appropriate panel into the frame as illustrated in Figure 18. With the panel in position, replace handle, screws and trim molding. The molding is replaced by bowing the piece gently in the middle and inserting the top and bottom edges into the handle channel first and then release the middle.
Remove the trim molding in an identical manner as illustrated in Figure 17. Once the molding is removed you can easily remove the door screws on both the refrigerator and freezer doors by using a standard Phillips screwdriver. Remove the handle trim panels by sliding them out of the door(s) as shown in Figure 19, Complementary colored handle trim panels and glasswells are available through your product distributor. Next, remove the ice and water glasswell by removing the mounting screw. Then slide the glasswell up and pull out as shown in Figure 19.
If a metal or other thin material is used, a filler must be inserted behind your panel to ensure a proper fit. All frames are designed to accept up to 1/4" material. Thicker pieces must be routed to the 1/4" perimeter dimension. There is a 50 lb. weight limit for each door panel. Figure18
%" thiek ekle iNnunmlflti;e,d up to caMne, l trim (top viow)
If side panels are being Remove the top and bottom trim fillers held on by the mounting screws. See Figure 20. In similar fashion remove the screws holding the vertical trim strip. See Figure 20. Install the door panels by sliding them into the frame on the door and reverse the earlier steps to reassemble. utilized, check with your installer for installation suggestions or consider these options. In any of these installation alternatives, you must drill three holes equal distance apart in the vertical section of the aluminum frame and install #6 x 3/8" pan head screws to hold the panels in place. See Figure 22. Anchor the back portion of the side panel with decorative screws or nails. Refer to Figures 23-27. We do not recommend the use of adhesives. The dimensions supplied are for a typical wood side panel. If 1/4" panel or less is used and inserted into the return channel on the extrusion then a 241/4 " size is necessary. The sheet must also be notched as shown in Figure 21.
Back of Sub-Zero Unit
_/_" Side Panel -Material
Side of Sub-Zero Unit --
Frame Pan Head
" thick side panel fitted up to cabinet trim (top view)
Pan Head Screw
Side of Sub-Zero Unit
_" Thick Battens/_-
V," Side Panel Material
Vs" Thick Back-Up
Trim Frame Screws Pan Head Screw |
EA Grille Model
Remove the inner grille panel assembly (refer to Figure 9 on page 14) and remove the
top two corner screws and pull away the top frame. See
If the doors are out of adjustment, the top or bottom hinge may be adjusted by removing and discarding the two small shipping screws. See Figure 29. The top door hinges can be adjusted left to right and in or out by loosening the three allen head screws. The bottom door hinge is equipped with two adjustment allen head screws. See Figure 30.
of Unit --
Figure 28. Lay the remaining panel assembly on a flat surface and insert the panel insert into position in the grille frame as shown in Figure 28. Reattach the top frame and install the inner grille panel
1/4"thick side panel fitted in to cabinet trim (top view)
Back of Sub-Zero Unit _" Rout tls" Thick Batten / Frame V4" Side Panel -Material Pan Head Screw [
assembly back onto the unit. See Figure 9 on page 14.
Frame Pan Head ,_::rew _
Metal side panel fitted up to cabinet trim (top view)
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Installation Check List
 Is unit leveled properly on
For adjustment, use a 1/8" allen wrench to loosen screws (Models 511 and 550(SS) excluded). This allows the door to move left to right or in and out. Once the adjustments are made be sure to tighten the allen screws tightly. IMPORTANT NOTE: Normal door swing is 130 degrees, except for Models 511 and 550(SS). Normal door swing on these models is 120 degrees. An optional 90 degree door stop is available.
a solid floo_ (Page 15)
 Is blocking necessary?.
The importance of the installation of your Sub-Zero cannot be overemphasized. The proper Installation of your unit is the responsi-
 Is drain pan installed
 Is toe plate installed?
bility of the selling dealer or installer. The following check list should be completed by the installer to insure no part of the installation has been overlooked. Any question or problems pertaining to the installation should be directed to the selling dealer.
 Is grille screw back in
position? (Page 14)
 Are panels installed
correctly? (Pages 16-18)
 Are doors adjusted?
(Pages 18 and 19)
 Does the customer
understand the unit's operation?
It is recommended after going through the installation procedure that you anchor the unit to the opening. See Figures 31 and 32. Your Sub-Zero product distributor has an anchoring kit (part #4-20-090-0) for your use.  Is packing material removed? (Page 13)  Is water supply line Do not drill through model and serial number tag.
 Is the icemaker switch
turned on? (Models 561, I-I Is unit operating? If not, is unit plugged in? Is refrigerator/freezer control on? 542, 532(SS) and 590). Give the customer the warranty packet.
connected to compression fitting? (Page 15)
Product Information Service m 1-800-222-7820
Disconnect power to unit before checking wiring connections.
If you are storing or disposing of your old refrigerator, please do it safely. Child entrapment accidents can be tragic.
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