Samsung | RT29BVPW | Samsung RT29BVPW User Manual

REFRIGERATOR
RT23
RT26
RT31
RT34
OWNER’S INSTRUCTIONS
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly, and
retain for future reference.
DA99-00555A REV
( 0.0 )
MAIN FEATURES
Large Freezer Storage Area
- Stores large quantities of food in the freezer.
Jumbo Storage Guard
- Holds large bottles securely.
Adjustable Storage Guards
- Position them for your convenience and according
to the height of your food containers.
Bio-Fresh Zone
- Keeps vegetables fresh for longer periods.
Sliding Drawer (Premium only)
- Extra storage space for vegetables and fruits.
iCooling (Premium only)
- Advanced air circulation for faster surround cooling.
Super Freeze Zone
- Freezes stored items quickly.
Twist Ice-Tray (Premium Only)
- Spring mechanism for automatic release of ice cubes.
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BASIC PREPARATION
Read Instructions.
Please read all safety and operating instructions before
operating this appliance.
Retain Instructions.
Please keep this Owner's Manual for future reference.
Heed Warnings.
All warnings, Cautions and Notes on this refrigerator are
important; please pay attention to them.
Follow Instructions.
For best results, follow all instructions given in this manual.
Model and Serial Numbers.
Include both the model number and the serial number when
corresponding with your Dealer concerning this product.
Contents
MAIN FEATURES ...............................
CONTENTS..........................................
BASIC PREPARATION........................
- Getting Started...................................
INSTALLATION....................................
CAUTIONS WHILE USING..................
PARTS..................................................
REPLACING THE LAMP .....................
STORING FOOD..................................
HOW TO USE .....................................
- Temperature contro.l............................
- Ice cube maker...................................
- Chiller Compartmen.t..........................
- Vegetable bin. ....................................
LEVELING THE APPLIANCE .............
REMOVING ACCESSORIES ..............
CLEANING THE REFRIGERATOR .....
BEFORE CALLING SERVICE..............
This manual is made on the basis of RT26 model among
RT34 / 31 / 26 and RT23
Date of Purchase :
Model No. :
Serial No. :
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Getting Started
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Wipe the appliance inside and outside using a
cloth dampened with warm water and a small
amount of detergent.
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Before plugging in for the first time, allow the
refrigerator to stabilize for at least one hour.
Allow the freezer compartment to cool for 2 to 3
hours before storing food.
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INSTALLATION
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Install this refrigerator on a firm, flat surface.
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Avoid locations affected by draughts
or dampness.
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For optimum operation, normal room
temperature is recommended. Avoid
locations in direct sunlight, near heaters,
radiators, stoves or ovens.
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Allow a 50mm space between the refrigerator and the wall.
If your refrigerator is going into a recessed area, allow at
least 300mm clearance above the refrigerator.
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For personal safety, properly ground this appliance.
Do not ground this refrigerator with a telephone line, gas pipe, etc.
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CAUTIONS WHILE USING
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- Do not allow water to splash onto
the refrigerator.
- Water impairs the insulation of
electric parts and may cause an
electrical shock or a fire hazard.
- Do not use flammable sprays such
as lacquer and paint near the
refrigerator.
- Heat from the refrigeration unit may
ignite flammable aerosols.
- Do not allow unattended children to play in
or around refrigerators and other large
appliances. The child may get hurt or they
could damage the appliance.
- Do not allow children to hang on to the
refrigerator door.
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- For optimum operation, do not leave the door open
for any longer than necessary.
- Leaving the door open allows warmer air to enter
the refrigerator and causes the refrigeration unit to
use more energy to maintain the temperature.
- Do not store volatile chemicals such as
ether and benzene in the refrigerator.
- The fumes, besides damaging food, can
build up and cause an explosion.
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- Do not use the refrigerator if it is not operating
correctly or has been damaged. Disconnect it from
the power supply and call your local service center.
- If the power cord is damaged, avoid a hazard by
replacing it through the manufacturer or its service
agent or a similarly qualified person.
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- Always be careful of not banging your head on the
bracket lock while storing or taking out food.
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PARTS (RT23 / 26)
Twist Ice Cube Tray (Premium only)
Ice Storage Bin
Freezer Compartment Temperature
Control
Super-Freeze Zone
(Premium only)
Chiller Compartment
Refrigerator Compartment Temperature
Control
-cooling (Premium only)
Refrigerator Shelf (Plastic or Steel)
Lamp
Adjustable Storage Guard
Dairy Guard (RT26 Premium only)
Bottle Guide(Premium only)
Jumbo Guard
Bottle Storage Guard
Bio-Fresh Zone
Sliding Drawer (Premium only)
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PARTS (RT31 / 34)
Twist Ice Cube Tray
Ice Storage Bin
Freezer Compartment Temperature
Control
Super Freeze Zone
Freezer shelf
Chiller Compartment
Refrigerator Compartment
Temperature Control
-cooling
Refrigerator Shelf
Lamp
Adjustable Storage Guard (RT34 2EA)
Dairy Guard
Bottle Guide
Jumbo Guard
Bottle Storage Guard
Bio-Fresh Zone
Sliding Drawer
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REPLACING THE LAMP
upper tab of the lamp cover
1 Press
with some tool such as - driver and
pull it out.
the existing lamp bulb and replace it with a new one.
2 -- Turn
Replace the lamp cover by aligning the cover at the top( ) and carefully pressing
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it into place( 2 ).
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STORING FOOD
Store food in small portions
Seal food in containers with lids, in plastic wrap or
in plastic bags to prevent drying and the mingling
of odors.
Allow hot food and drinks to cool to
room temperature before placing them in
the refrigerator or freezer.
Allow sufficient space between stuff
to help the circulation of cool air.
Place liquid at the front of the refrigerator
to avoid freezing.
Wash dry fruits and vegetables
before placing them in the
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refrigerator.
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HOW TO USE
Temperature control
Freezer Temperature control
COLDER
Turn the Temperature Control to "COLDER" if you;
- have a lot of food to store (refrigerator or freezer)
- want to make ice (freezer)
- require fast freezing (freezer)
Refrigerator
Freezer
NORMAL
Refrigerator Temperature control
Turn the Temperature Control to the midway point
between "COLDER" and "COLD" for normal
refrigerating or freezing mode.
COLD
Turn the Temperature Control to "COLD" if you want
to store only a small amount of food in the
refrigerator or freezer.
When the air surrounding the refrigerator is below 50C, turn the
Temperature Control to "COLD" to avoid freezing.
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Ice Cube Maker (Premium Type)
tray with water taking
1 Fillcarethenoticetocube
overfill.
Water level
2 Slide the tray onto the ice cube shelf.
3When ice is formed, remove the ice cubes
from the ice cube tray by twisting the ice tray
knobs. Make sure the ice storage bin is beneath
the ice cube tray (see diagram below).
Knobs of ice tray
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Ice Cube Maker (Economic Type)
ice tray with water taking care not to
1 Filloverfillthe and
place it on the support tray.
Water level
ice is formed, hold both ends of the tray
2 When
and remove the ice cubes by twisting it gently.
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Chiller Compartment
This compartment helps preserve the taste of food and
prolongs its freshness by freezing the surface of the food
only. Use the chiller for storing cheese, meat, snacks, fish
or any food to be used soon.
Bio-Fresh Zone
This compartment maintains the moisture and
freshness of vegetables. It maintains necessary
humidity and protects the vegetables from
direct draughts of cold air which prevents drying.
To increase humidity, set the humidity control to high.
To decrease humidity, set it to low.
The vegetable bin is not suitable for storing tropical fruits such as bananas, pineapples, etc.
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LEVELING THE APPLIANCE
To compensate for any floor unevenness, adjust
the height of the appliance by turning the
adjustable feet clockwise or counterclockwise.
The adjustable feet are at the front along the
lower edge of the refrigerator chassis.
When the refrigerator leans to the left,
turn the left front foot counterclockwise.
When the refrigerator leans to the right,
turn the right front foot counterclockwise.
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REMOVING ACCESSORIES
Freezer Shelf
- Pull the shelf forward and slide
it out.
Refrigerator Shelf
- Pull the shelf forward until it
rmeets the stopper.
-Tilt the front of the shelf up and
pull it out.
Bio-Fresh Zone Bin and Cover
- Pull the vegetable bin forward
and take it out of the refrigerator.
- Lift the cover up and pull it out
of the refrigerator.
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Chiller Compartment
- Pull the chiller compartment towards
you until it meets the stopper.
- Tilt the front upward and pull
the compartment out.
Adjustable Storage Guard
Lift the guard up and slide it out (These
storage guards are adjustable and may be
positioned to best fit your needs.)
Bottle Storage Guards
Lift the guard up and slide it out. (This
bottle storage guard is not adjustable;
it fits in only one position.)
Dairy Guard (RT26 / 31 / 34)
Lift the guard up and slide it out.
(This bottle storage guard is not adjustable;
it fits in only one position.)
When the cover is away from the guard.
1. Stick the left boss of the cover into the
hole as shown.
2. Lift the cover up at the end.
3. Push the right boss of the cover into the
hole.
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CLEANING THE REFRIGERATOR
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Evaporation Slots in Freezer
Wipe the slot area with a clean, dry, soft cloth.
Caution: Do not allow any foreign substance
or particles to clog these openings.
Interior Parts
After removing all the shelves, wipe the appliance
clean using a clean, soft cloth dampened with
warm water and a mild detergent.
Door Seals
Clean the door seals often using a clean, soft
cloth dampened with warm water and a mild
detergent. Be careful not to damage the seals.
Caution: Dirt encrusted door seals prevent the
doors from closing properly. Poorly
closed doors waste energy and add
unnecessary cost to your electricity
bills.
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BEFORE CALLING SERVICE
When the Refrigerator / Freezer is not operating or the food
does not cool sufficiently.
- Is the plug properly connected?
- Is the power fuse blown?
- Are the temperature controls set properly (not set to "COLD")?
- Is the appliance exposed to direct sunlight or installed near a
heater?
- Does the appliance have enough clearance from the wall in all
directions?
When food freezes in the refrigerator:
- Are the temperature controls set properly (not set to "COLDER")?
- If the food is juicy or very moist, is the temperature control set
to "COLDER"?
- Is the ambient temperature too low?
When there is noise from the unit:
- Is the refrigerator installed on a flat, stable surface?
- Is the appliance positioned too close to a wall?
- Are there any objects behind or under the refrigerator?
- Is the sound coming from the compressor?
When the rear or side panel of the refrigerator is hot:
- Is there sufficient ventilation around the refrigerator?
- Is the ambient temperature high?
- Has dew formed on the outside of the appliance because of high
humidity?
Sides of a refrigerator may get hot. This is not a malfunction.
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When you hear a sound like water flowing:
- This sound is generated by movement of the
refrigerant and is not a malfunction.
When you notice a foul odor inside the appliance:
- Do you have spoiled food in the refrigerator?
- Is all food stored in sealed containers?
- Has fluid collected in the bottom of the vegetable bin?
- Are the freezer evaporation slots clogged?
- Has the evaporation tray at the back of the appliance
become foul?
When frost develops inside the freezer:
- Does the door seal tightly?
- Are the evaporation slots clogged?
- Is there enough room for efficient air circulation?
When dew develops on the vegetable
compartment:
- Does the door seal tightly?
- Have you left the door open for a long time?
- Is liquid stored without a cover?
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