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Contents
SAFETY INFORMATION………………………………………………………………… 2
SETTING UP YOUR FRENCH DOOR REFRIGERATOR…………………………… 17
OPERATING YOUR FRENCH DOOR REFRIGERATOR…………………………… 26
TROUBLESHOOTING…………………………………………………………………… 46
Safety information
SAFETY INFORMATION
•Before operating the
appliance, please read this
manual thoroughly and retain
it at a safe place near the
appliance for your future
reference.
•Use this appliance only for
its intended purpose as
described in this instruction
manual. This appliance is not
intended for use by persons
(including children) with
reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or
instruction concerning use
of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
•This appliance can be
used by children aged
from 8 years and above
and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge
if they have been given
supervision or instruction
concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and
understand the hazards
involved. Children shall not play with
the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be
made by children without
supervision.
•Warnings and Important
Safety Instructions in this
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manual do not cover all
Important safety symbols
possible conditions and
and precautions :
situations that may occur.
Hazards or unsafe
It is your responsibility to use
practices that may result
common sense, caution,
in severe personal
and care when installing,
injury or death.
maintaining, and operating
your appliance.
Hazards or unsafe
•Because these following
practices that may result
operating instructions
in minor personal injury
cover various models, the
or property damage.
characteristics of your
refrigerator may differ slightly
Do NOT attempt.
from those described in this
manual and not all warning
Do NOT disassemble.
signs may be applicable.
Do NOT touch.
If you have any questions
or concerns, contact your
Follow directions
nearest service center or find
carefully.
help and information online
Unplug the power plug
at www.samsung.com.
from the wall socket.
•It is hazardous for anyone
Make sure the machine
other than an Authorised
is grounded to prevent
Service Person to service this
electric shock.
appliance. Call the contact center
In Queensland – the
for help.
authorized Service Person
MUST hold a Gas Work
Note.
Authorisation or Licence for
hydrocarbon refrigerants, to
carry out Servicing or repairs
which involve the removal of
covers. (For Australia only)
WARNING
safety information
CAUTION
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These warning signs are
here to prevent injury to you
and others.
Please follow them carefully.
After reading this section,
keep it in a safe place for
future reference.
WARNING
SEVERE WARNING
SIGNS FOR
TRANSPORTATION
AND SITE
•When transporting
and installing the
appliance,care should be
taken to ensure that no
parts of the refrigerating
circuit are damaged. CE Notice
•R-600a or R-134a is used as
This product has been
a refrigerant.
determined to be in
Check the compressor label
compliance with the Low
on the rear of the appliance
Voltage Directive (2006/95/
or the rating label inside the
EC), the Electromagnetic
refrigerator to see which
Compatibility Directive
refrigerant is used for your
(2004/108/EC), RoHS Directive
refrigerator.
(2011/65/EU), Commission
•When this product contains
Delegated Regulation (EU)
flammable gas (Refrigerant
No 1060/2010 and the EcoR-600a),
Design Directive(2009/125/
EC) implemented by Regulation -- Refrigerant leaking from the
pipe work could ignite or
(EC) No 643/2009 of the
cause an eye injury.
European Union. (For products
If a leak is detected, avoid
sold in European Countries
any naked flames or potential
only)
sources of ignition and air the
room in which the appliance
is standing for several
minutes.
-- In order to avoid the creation
of a flammable gas-air
mixture if a leak in the
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WARNING
SEVERE WARNING
SIGNS FOR
INSTALLATION
•Do not install this
appliance in a humid,
oily or dusty location, in
a location exposed to
direct sunlight and water
(rain drops).
-- Deteriorated insulation of
electrical parts may cause an
electric shock or fire.
•Do not place this refrigerator
in direct sunlight or expose to
the heat from stoves, room
heaters or other appliances.
•Do not plug several
appliances into the same
multiple power board.
The refrigerator should
always be plugged into its
own individual electrical
outlet which has a voltage
rating that matched the
rating plate.
-- This provides the best
performance and also
prevents overloading house
wiring circuits, which could
cause a fire hazard from
overheated wires. If the wall
socket is loose, do not insert
the power plug.
safety information
refrigerating circuit occurs,
the size of the room in which
the appliance may be sited
depends on the amount of
refrigerant used.
-- Never start up an appliance
showing any signs of
damage. If in doubt, consult
your dealer. The room where
the refrigerator will be sited
must be 1 m³ in size for every
8 g of R-600a refrigerant
inside the appliance.
The amount of refrigerant in
your particular appliance is
shown on the identification
plate inside the appliance.
-- If the appliance contains
isobutane refrigerant
(R-600a), a natural gas
with high environmental
compatibility that is, however,
also combustible.
When transporting and
installing the appliance,
care should be taken to
ensure that no parts of
the refrigerating circuit are
damaged.
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-- There is a risk of electric
shock or fire.
•Do not use a cord that
shows cracks or abrasion
damage along its length or at
either end.
•Do not bend the power cord
excessively or place heavy
articles on it.
•Do not use aerosols near the
refrigerator.
-- Aerosols used near the
refrigerator may cause an
explosion or fire.
•Do not install this appliance
in a location where gas may
leak.
-- This may result in an electric
shock or fire.
in a damp place or place
where it may come in
contact with water.
-- Deteriorated insulation of
electrical parts may cause an
electric shock or fire.
•Connect the power plug in
proper position with the cord
hanging down.
-- If you connect the power
plug upside down, wire can
get cut off and a cause fire or
an electric shock.
•Do not use a cord that
shows cracks or abrasion
damage along its length or at
either end.
•Make sure that the power
plug is not squashed or
damaged by the back of the
refrigerator.
•The installation or any
service of this appliance •When moving the refrigerator,
is recommended by a
be careful not to roll over or
qualified technician or
damage the power cord.
service company.
-- This constitutes a fire hazard.
-- Failing to do so may result
•The appliance must be
in an electric shock, fire,
positioned so that the plug is
explosion, problems with the
accessible after installation.
product, or injury.
•Keep the packing materials
•This refrigerator must be
out of reach of children.
properly installed and located -- There is a risk of death from
in accordance with the
suffocation if children put
manual before it is used.
them on their head.
•Do not install the refrigerator
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•This appliance must be
CAUTION SIGNS FOR
properly grounded. Do
INSTALLATION
not ground the appliance
•Keep ventilation
to a gas pipe, plastic
opening in the appliance
water pipe, or telephone
enclosure or mounting
line. structure clear of
-- You must ground the
obstruction.
refrigerator to prevent any
•Allow the appliance to stand
power leakages or electric
for 2 hours before loading
shocks caused by current
foods after installation and
leakage from the refrigerator.
turning on.
-- This may result in an electric
shock, fire, explosion, or
problems with the product.
-- Never plug the power cord
into a socket that is not
grounded correctly and make
sure that it is in accordance
with local and national
codes.
CAUTION
safety information
-- When installing the
•If the power cord is
refrigerator, make sure both
damaged, have it
legs contact the floor for
replaced immediately by
secure installation.
the manufacturer or its
Legs are located at the
service agents.
bottom back of freezer door.
•The fuse on the refrigerator
Insert a flathead screwdriver
must be changed by a
and turn it in the direction of
qualified technician or service
the arrow until it is level.
company.
-- Always balance the load on
-- Failing to do so may result in
each door.
an electric shock or personal
-- Overload on any one door
injury.
may fell the refrigerator,
causing physical injury.
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supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the
appliance. Keep fingers out
•Do not insert the power
of “pinch point” areas : plug with wet hands.
clearances between the
•Do not store articles on the
doors and cabinet are
top of the appliance.
necessarily small. Be careful
-- When you open or close the
when you open the doors
door, the articles may fall and
when children are in the area.
cause a personal injury and/
Do not let children hang on
or material damage.
the door. •Do not put items filled with
If not, a serious injury may
water on the refrigerator.
occur. There is a Risk of
-- If spilled, there is a risk of fire
children entrapment. Do not
or electric shock.
let children enter inside the
•Do not let children hang on
refrigerator.
the door.
•To prevent children
-- Failure to do so may cause
entrapment, you must
serious personal injury.
reinstall the divider using
•Do not leave the doors of
provided screws after
the refrigerator open while
cleaning or other actions if
the refrigerator is unattended
you removed the divider from
and do not let children enter
the drawer.
inside the refrigerator.
•Never put fingers or other
•Do not allow babies or
objects into the dispenser
children go inside the drawer.
hole.
-- It can cause death from
-- Failure to do so may cause
suffocation by entrapment or
personal injury or material
personal injury.
damage.
•Do not sit on the Freezer
•Do not store volatile or
door.
flammable substances such
as benzene, thinner, alcohol,
-- The door may be broken and
ether or LP gas in the
cause a personal injury.
refrigerator.
•Children should be
WARNING
SEVERE WARNING
SIGNS FOR USING
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recommended by the
manufacturer.
•Do not damage the
refrigerant circuit.
•This appliance should be
positioned in such a way that
it is accessible to the power
plug.
-- Failing to do so may result in
an electric shock or fire due
to electric leakage.
safety information
-- The storage of any of such
products may cause an
explosion.
•Do not store low
temperature-sensitive
pharmaceutical products,
scientific materials or other
low temperature-sensitive
products in the refrigerator.
-- Products that require
strict temperature controls
must not be stored in the
refrigerator.
•Do not place or use electrical
appliance inside the
refrigerator, unless they are of
a type recommended by the
manufacturer.
•Do not use a hair dryer to dry
the inside of the refrigerator.
Do not place a lighted
candle in the refrigerator for
removing bad odors.
-- This may result in an electric
shock or fire.
•Do not touch the inside walls
of the freezer or products
stored in the freezer with wet
hands.
-- This may cause frostbite.
•Do not use mechanical
devices or any other means
to accelerate the defrosting
process, other than those
•This product is intended
only for the storage
of food in a domestic
environment.
•Bottles should be stored
tightly together so that they
do not fall out.
•In the event of a gas leak
(such as propane gas,
LP gas, etc.), ventilate
immediately without touching
the power plug. Do not touch the appliance
or power cord.
•Do not insert hands, feet
or metal objects (such as
chopsticks, etc.) into the
bottom or the back of the
refrigerator.
-- This may result in an electric
shock or injury.
-- Any sharp edges may cause
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a personal injury.
-- Do not use a ventilating fan.
-- A spark may result in an
explosion or fire.
•Use only the LED Lamps
provided by manufacturer or
service agent.
•Children should be
supervised to ensure that
they do not play with and/or
climb into the appliance.
•Do not disassemble or
repair the refrigerator by
yourself.
-- You run a risk of causing
a fire, malfunction and/ or
personal injury. In case of
malfunction, please contact
your service agent.
•Do not attempt to repair,
disassemble, or modify
the appliance yourself.
-- Do not use any fuse(such as
cooper, steel wire, etc.) other
than the standard fuse.
-- When repairing or reinstalling
the appliance is required,
contact your nearest service
center.
-- Failing to do so may result
in an electric shock, fire,
problems with the product,
or injury.
•If the appliance generates a
strange noise, a burning or
smell or smoke, unplug the
power plug immediately and
contact your nearest service
center.
-- Failing to do so may result in
an electric or fire hazards.
•If you experience difficulty
when changing the light,
contact service agent.
•If the products is equipped
with the LED Lamp, do not
disassemble the Lamp Cover
and LED Lamp by yourself.
-- Please contact your service
agent.
•If any dust or water is in the
refrigerator, pull out power
plug and contact your
Samsung Electronics service
center.
-- There is a risk of fire.
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the glass may break and
cause personal injury and
property damage.
•To get best performance
•Do not change or modify
from the product,
the functionality of the
-- Do not place foods too
refrigerator.
closely in front of the vents
-- Changes or modifications
at the rear of the appliance
may result in a personal
as it can obstruct free air
injury and/or property
circulation in the refrigerator
damage. Any changes or
compartment.
modifications performed by a
-- Wrap the food up properly or
3rd party on this completed
place it in airtight containers
appliance are neither covered
before putting it into the
under Samsung warranty
refrigerator.
service, nor is Samsung
-- Do not put any newly
responsible for safety issues
introduced food for freezing
and damages that result from
near to already existing food.
3rd party modifications.
•Do not stand on top of the
•Do not block air holes.
appliance or place objects
-- If the air holes are blocked,
(such as laundry, lighted
especially with a plastic bag,
candles, lighted cigarettes,
the refrigerator can be over
dishes, chemicals, metal
cooled. If this cooling period
objects, etc.) on the
lasts too long, the water filter
appliance.
may break and cause water
-- This may result in an electric
leakage.
shock, fire, problems with the
-- Do not put any newly
product, or injury.
introduced food for freezing
•Do not place carbonated
near to already existing food.
or fizzy drinks in the freezer
•Please observe maximum
compartment. Do not put
storage times and expiry
bottles or glass containers in
dates of frozen goods.
the freezer.
•Fill the water tank, ice tray
-- When the contents freeze,
and water cubes only with
CAUTION
CAUTION SIGNS FOR
USING
safety information
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potable water (mineral water
or purified water).
-- Do not fill the tank with tea
or a Sports drink. This may
damage the refrigerator.
•Use only the ice-maker
provided with the refrigerator.
•The water supply to this
refrigerator must only be
installed/connected by a
suitably qualified person
and connected to a potable
water supply only.
•In order to operate the
ice-maker properly, water
pressure of 138~862 kPa
(1.4~8.8 kgf/cm³) is required.
•Do not spray volatile material
such as insecticide onto the
surface of the appliance.
-- As well as being harmful to
humans, it may also result
in an electric shock, fire or
problems with the product.
•Do not apply strong shock
or excessive force onto the
surface of glass.
-- Broken glass may result
in a personal injury and/or
property damage.
CAUTION
CAUTION SIGNS
FOR CLEANING AND
MAINTENANCE
•Do not directly spray
water inside or outside
the refrigerator.
-- There is a risk of fire or
electric shock.
•Do not use or place any
substances sensitive
to temperature such
as inflammable sprays,
inflammable objects, dry ice,
medicine, or chemicals near
the refrigerator.
Do not keep volatile or
inflammable objects or
substances (benzene,
thinner, propane gas, etc.) in
the refrigerator.
-- This refrigerator is for storing
food only.
-- This may result in a fire or an
explosion.
•Do not spray inflammable
gas near the refrigerator.
-- There is a risk of explosion or
fire.
•Do not spray cleaning
products directly on the
display.
-- Printed letters on the display
may come off.
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behind the appliance.
-- When moving the refrigerator,
be careful not to roll over or
damage the power cord
-- This may result in an electric
shock or fire.
•Do not modify the
refrigerator. Unauthorized
modifications can cause
safety problems. To reverse an unauthorized
modification, we will charge
the full cost of parts and
labor.
safety information
•Remove any foreign matter
or dust from the power plug
pins. But do not use a wet
or damp cloth when cleaning
the plug, remove any foreign
material or dust from the
power plug pins.
-- Otherwise there is a risk of
fire or electric shock.
•Never put fingers or other
objects into the dispenser
hole and ice chute.
-- It may cause a personal
injury or material damage.
•Unplug the refrigerator
before cleaning and
performing maintenance.
SEVERE WARNING
•Plug the power plug into the
SIGNS FOR
wall socket firmly. Do not
DISPOSAL
use a damaged power plug,
damaged power cord or
•Ensure that none of the
loose wall socket.
pipes on the back of the
-- This may result in an electric
appliance are damaged
shock or fire.
prior to disposal.
•R-600a or R-134a is used
•Do not pull or excessively
as a refrigerant. Check the
bend the power cord. Do not
compressor label on the rear
twist or tie the power cord.
of the appliance or the rating
Do not hook the power cord
label inside the refrigerator
over a metal object, place a
to see which refrigerant is
heavy object on the power
used for your refrigerator.
cord, insert the power cord
When this product contains
between objects, or push the
flammable gas (Refrigerant
power cord into the space
CAUTION
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R-600a), contact your local
authority in regard to safe
disposal of this product.
Cyclopentane is used as an
insulation blowing gas. The gases in insulation
material require special
disposal procedure.
Please contact your local
authorities in regard to the
environmentally safe disposal
of this product. Ensure that
none of the pipes on the
back of the appliances are
damaged prior to disposal.
The pipes shall be broken in
the open space.
•When disposing of this
product or other refrigerators,
remove the door/door seals,
door latch so that small
children or animals cannot
become trapped inside.
Leave the shelves in place so
that children may not easily
climb inside. Children should
be supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the old
appliance.
•Please dispose of the
packaging material for this
product in an environmentally
friendly manner.
•Keep all packaging materials
well out of the reach of
children, as packaging
materials can be dangerous
to children.
-- If a child places a bag over
its head, it may result in
suffocation.
ADDITIONAL TIPS
FOR PROPER USAGE
•In the event of a power
failure, call the local office of
your Electricity Company and
ask how long it is going to
last.
-- Most power failures that are
corrected within an hour
or two will not affect your
refrigerator temperatures.
However, you should
minimize the number of door
openings while the power is
off.
-- Should the power failure last
more than 24 hours, remove
all frozen food.
•If keys are provided with the
refrigerator, the keys should
be kept out of the reach of
children and not be in the
vicinity of the appliance.
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greenhouse gases covered
by the Kyoto Protocol.
•Foam blown with fluorinated
greenhouse gases.
•Foam blown additive:
Perfluorohexane Global
Warming Potential (GWP)
= 9000
Saving Energy Tips
-- Install the appliance in a
cool, dry room with adequate
ventilation. Ensure that it is not exposed
to direct sunlight and never
put it near a direct source of
heat (radiator, for example).
-- Not to block any vents and
grilles is recommended for
energy efficiency.
-- Allow warm food to cool
down before placing it in the
appliance.
-- Put frozen food in the
refrigerator to thaw. You can then use the low
temperatures of the frozen
products to cool food in the
refrigerator.
-- Do not keep the door of
the appliance open for too
long when putting food in or
safety information
•The appliance might
not operate consistently
(possibility of temperature
becoming too warm in the
refrigerator) when sited
for an extended period of
time below the cold end of
the range of temperature
for which the refrigerating
appliance is designed.
•Do not store food which
spoils easily at low
temperature, such as
bananas, melons.
•Your appliance is frost free,
which means there is no
need to manually defrost
your appliance, as this will be
carried out automatically.
•Temperature rise during
defrosting can comply with
ISO requirements. But if you want to prevent an
undue rise in the temperature
of the frozen food while
defrosting the appliance,
please wrap the frozen
food up in several layers of
newspaper.
•Any increase in temperature
of frozen food during
defrosting can shorten its
storage life.
•Contains fluorinated
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taking food out. The shorter time for which
the door is open, the less ice
will form in the freezer.
-- Clean the rear of the
refrigerator regularly.
Dust increases energy
consumption.
-- Do not set temperature
colder than necessary.
-- Ensure sufficient air exhaust
at the refrigerator base
and at the back wall of the
refrigerator. Do not cover air vent
openings.
-- Allow clearance to the right,
left, top when installing. This will help reduce power
consumption and keep your
energy bills lower.
-- For the most efficient use
of energy, please keep the
all inner fittings such as
baskets, drawers, shelves
on the position supplied by
manufacturer.
This appliance is intended
to be used in household and
similar applications such as
-- staff kitchen areas in shops,
offices and other working
environments;
-- farm houses and by
clients in hotels, motels
and other residential type
environments;
-- bed and breakfast type
environments;
-- catering and similar non-retail
applications.
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Setting up your French Door
Refrigerator
GETTING READY TO INSTALL
THE REFRIGERATOR
B
Congratulations on your purchase of this Samsung
French Door Refrigerator.
We hope you enjoy the state-of-art features and
efficiencies that this new appliance offers.
E
Choose:
Model
RF28HD*
Depth “A”
851 mm
Width “B”
908 mm
Height “C”
1749 mm
Overall Height “D”
1777 mm
Depth “E”
913 mm
50 mm
125°
125°
335 mm
1578 mm
908 mm
122 mm
1213 mm
61 mm
1333 mm
735 mm
A location with easy access to a water supply.
A location without direct exposure to sunlight.
A location with level (or nearly level) flooring.
A location with enough space for the
refrigerator doors to open easily.
• A location that allows sufficient space to the
right, left, back, and top for air circulation.
If the refrigerator does not have enough space,
it can cause the bad influence to refrigeration
efficiency and power consumption.
• A location that allows you to move the
refrigerator easily if it needs maintenance or
service.
• Do not install the refrigerator in locations where
the temperature is over 110 °F (43 °C) or below
50 °F (10 °C ).
D
C
Selecting the best location for the
refrigerator
•
•
•
•
setting up
A
• Each measurement based on the design
dimension, so it may differ depending on
the measuring method.
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When moving your refrigerator
CAUTION
To prevent floor damage, be sure the front
adjusting legs are in the up position (above
the floor).
Refer to ‘Leveling the Refrigerator’ on
page 22.
ACCESSORIES AND REQUIRED
TOOLS
The following accessory is included with your
refrigerator:
Shim Hinge Middle 2 EA
Flat-blade screw
driver (-)
Control Lever
Required Tools (Not provided)
You need the following tools to complete the
installation of your refrigerator:
Flooring
For proper installation, you must place this
refrigerator on a level, hard surface that is the
same height as the rest of the floor.
This surface should be strong enough to support a
fully loaded refrigerator.
To protect the finish of the flooring, cut a large
section of the cardboard carton and place it under
the refrigerator where you are working.
When moving the refrigerator, you need to pull and
push it straight forwards or back.
Do not wiggle it from side to side.
Philips
screwdriver (+)
Flat-blade screw
driver (-)
Pliers
Allen wrench
5 mm
Socket wrench
10 mm
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REMOVING THE REFRIGERATOR
DOORS
WARNING
•
•
----
Disconnect power to the refrigerator
before removing the door or drawer.
• Be careful not to drop, damage or
scratch the door / drawer while removing
them.
Be careful not to injure yourself while removing
the doors / drawer.
Reattach the door/drawer properly to avoid:
Moisture from air leakage.
Uneven door alignment.
Wasting energy due to improper door seal.
Disassembling the refrigerator doors
WARNING
Be careful not to drop and scratch the
doors while removing them.
1. Remove 3 screws holding down the TOP
TABLE ( 1 ) and separate the connected wires.
(1)
setting up
For some installations, you need to remove the
fridge and freezer drawers so you can move the
refrigerator to its final location.
Do not remove the doors/drawer if you don’t need
to. If you do not need to remove the refrigerator
doors, go to ‘Leveling the Refrigerator’ on page
22.
If you need to remove the doors. continue below.
Before removing the door/drawer, make sure you
read the following items:
With the door opened
2. Disconnect two connectors ( 2 ) on the left side door. To remove the water coupler from the
hinge, twist and pull it from the hinge.
Remove the water line ( 3 ) while pressing the
marked part ( 4 ) of the water line coupler.
(2)
(3)
(4)
3. Pull and remove the hinge lever ( 5 ).
Remove the ground screw ( 6 ) attached to the
upper left door hinges with a philips screwdriver
(+). Remove the upper left and right door
hinges ( 7 ).
(5)
(6)
(7)
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REATTACHING THE
REFRIGERATOR DOORS
4. Lift the door straight up to remove.
To reattach the fridge doors after you have moved
the fridge to its final location, assemble the parts in
reverse order.
1. The Water Line must be fully inserted into the
center of the transparent coupler (Type A) or the
Guide Lines (Type B) to prevent water leakage
from the dispenser.
5. Remove the screw ( 8 ) attached to the
lower left and right door hinges with a philips
screwdriver (+).
Remove the 2 hex head bolts ( 9 ) attached to
the lower left and right door hinges with an allen
wrench (3/16”).
Remove the lower left and right door hinges
( 10 ).
Type A
Dispenser
Center of Transparent
coupler
(10)
(8)
Type B
The Guide Lines
(9)
Allen wrench
DISASSEMBLE THE FREEZER
DRAWER
1. Take out the upper drawer by lifting it up.
2. Remove the freeze room guard ( 1 ) by lifting
the guard up.
(1)
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3. Take out the lower basket ( 2 ) by lifting the
basket up from the rail system.
(2)
setting up
CAUTION
You can scratch the side of the bin if you
twist it left or right when disassembling or
re-assembling it.
4. Press the fixing hook of the rail system.
RE-ASSEMBLE THE FREEZER
DRAWER
5. Holding the top of the Freezer Drawer, pull it
out all the way, and then remove it from the rail
system.
CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
To reattach the drawer after you have moved the
fridge to its fi nal location, assemble the parts in
reverse order.
Be careful not to scratch or dent the
sliding rail by letting it strike the floor.
Make sure that you mount the freezer
basket in the right position when removing
/ installing the freezer door. Failing to do
so may result in the door not opening or
closing properly.
Putting too much food into the freezer
drawers can prevent the freezer from
closing completely and can cause frost
build-up.
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LEVELING THE REFRIGERATOR
If the right side is lower, perform the same
procedure, but with the right control lever.
Make sure the refrigerator is level so that you can
make final adjustments.
Use a level to test if the refrigerator is level both
side to side and back to front.
If the refrigerator is not level, you will not be able
to get the doors perfectly even, which may cause
moisture condensation and increased energy bills.
Below is an example of how to level the refrigerator
if the left side of the refrigerator is lower than the
right side.
It is difficult to remove the cover leg
front from the refrigerator, so we do not
recommend making small adjustments
with the control lever.
Instead, refer to the next page for the best
way to make minor adjustments to the
doors.
MAKING MINOR ADJUSTMENTS
BETWEEN DOORS
How to adjust the level
1. Open the freezer drawer and remove the lower
basket.
2. Insert a flat-blade screwdriver (-) into a notch on
the left control lever, and then turn it counterclockwise to level the refrigerator.
(You turn the lever clockwise to lower the
refrigerator and counterclockwise to raise it.)
Remember, a leveled refrigerator is necessary for
getting the doors perfectly even.
If you need help, review the previous section on
leveling the refrigerator.
Fixed part
flat-blade
screwdriver (-)
Adjustment part
Control Lever
CAUTION
Both control levers must be touching the
floor to avoid possible personal injury or
property damage because of tipping.
CAUTION
The refrigerator on an uneven floor may tilt.
To prevent this, adjust the leg so that it
contacts the floor.
The left door is fixed.
To make minor adjustments between
doors, adjust only the right door.
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1. Pull out the freezer drawer ( 1 ) to reveal the
lower hinge ( 2 ).
2. Insert a philips screwdriver (+) ( 3 ) into the shaft
( 4 ) of the lower hinge.
3. Adjust the height by turning a philips
screwdriver (+) ( 3 ) clockwise ( DOWN ) or
counterclockwise ( UP ).
MAKING MINOR ADJUSTMENTS
BETWEEN OUT DOOR AND IN
DOOR
After raising the out door, insert the supplied SHIM
HINGE MIDDLE in the gap between the OUT
DOOR and the HINGE-SHAFT.
setting up
(2)
(4)
(1)
(3)
(3)
SHIM HINGE MIDDLE are enclosed with
the refrigerator.
The thickness of RING is 1 mm.
When you turn a philips screwdriver (+)
counterclockwise ( ), the door will
move up.
CAUTION
Keep the Rings out of the reach of children
and make sure that children do not play
with them or put them into their mouths.
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INSTALLING THE WATER
DISPENSER LINE
3. Connect the water line installation kit to the
shut off valve.
A water dispenser with a filter is one of the helpful
features on your new refrigerator.
To help promote better health, the water filter
removes unwanted particles from your water.
However, it does not sterilize the water or destroy
microorganisms. You may need to purchase a
water purifying system to do that.
The water line also connects to the ice maker.
For the ice maker to operate properly, water
pressure of 20 ~ 125 psi (138 ~ 862 kPa) is
required.
If the refrigerator is installed in an area with low
water pressure (below 20 psi), you can install a
booster pump to compensate for the low pressure.
After you have connected the water line, make
sure the water storage tank inside the refrigerator
is properly filled.
To do this, press the water dispenser lever until the
water runs from the water outlet.
• Water line installat ion kits are available at
extra cost from your dealer.
We recommend using a water line
installation kit that contains copper
tubing and a ¼” compression nut.
• The new hose-sets supplied with the appliance
are to be used and that old hose-sets should
not be reused.
Cold water line
Water line installation kit
Pipe clamp
Shut off valve
Connecting the water supply line to the
refrigerator
There are several items that you need to purchase
to complete this connection.
You may find these items sold as a kit at your local
hardware store.
Use Copper Tubing
Use Plastic Tubing
• ¼” copper tubing
• ¼” compression nut
(1pc)
• Ferrule (2pc)
• ¼” plastic tubing → Molded end (Bulb)
• ¼” compression nut
(1pc)
Connecting to the water supply line
1. First, shut off the main water
supply.
Refrigerator
Plastic Tubing
(Assembled)
Compression Nut
2. Locate the nearest cold water drinking line and
install the pipe clamp and shut off valve.
Compression
Fitting (Assembled)
Molded end
(Bulb)
Ferrule
(Not supplied)
Compression
nut (B) (1/4”)
(Not supplied)
Cold water line
Copper tubing
(Not supplied)
Pipe clamp
or
Plastic tubing (B)
(Not supplied)
Household water supply line
Shut off valve
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1. Connect the household water line to the
assembled compression fitting.
-- If you are using copper tubing, slip the
compression nut ( B ) (not supplied) and
ferrule (not supplied) on the copper tubing (not
supplied) as shown.
-- If you are using plastic tubing ( B ), insert the
molded end (Bulb) of the plastic tubing ( B ) into
the compression fitting.
Do not use without the molded end (Bulb)
of the plastic tubing ( B ).
2. Tighten the compression nut ( B ) onto the
compression fitting.
Do not over-tighten the compression nut ( B ) .
3. Turn the water on and check for any leakage.
If you find water drops or leakage in the
connection areas, turn off the main water
supply. Check the connections and, if
necessary, tighten.
4. Flush 1 gallon of water through the filter before
drinking or using the water from the refrigerator.
(Flush approximately 6 minutes.)
To flush, press a large glass or cup against the
water dispenser lever.
Fill the glass, empty it into the kitchen sink after
it is filled, and then repeat.
Now that you have your new refrigerator installed
in place, you are ready to set up and enjoy the
features and functions of the appliance.
By completing the following steps, your refrigerator
should be fully operational.
1. Make sure your refrigerator is in an appropriate
location with reasonable clearance between it
and the wall. Refer to installation instructions in
this manual.
2. Once the refrigerator is plugged in, make sure
the interior light comes on when you open the
doors.
3. Set the Temperature control to the coldest
temperature and wait for an hour.
The freezer will get slightly chilled and the motor
will run smoothly.
Reset the refrigerator and freezer to the
temperatures you want.
4. After you plug the refrigerator in, it will
take a few hours to reach the appropriate
temperature.
You can store food and drinks in the refrigerator
after the temperature is sufficiently cool.
5. After you turn on the refrigerator, let the ice
maker make ice for 1 to 2 days.
Over that period of time, throw out the first 1 or
2 buckets of ice the freezer makes to ensure all
impurities have been removed from the water
line.
setting up
CAUTION
COMPLETING THE SET UP
If condensation or water drops appear
on both sides of the fridge door’s central
part, turn the Energy Saver mode off after
removing the condensation.
(See the explanation of the Energy Saver
button in “Using the Control Panel” on
page 27.)
Only connect the water line to a drinkable
water source.
If you have to repair or disassemble the
water line, cut off 1/4“ of the plastic tubing
to make sure you get a snug, leak-free
connection.
You can test the water line quickly using a
paper cup. Under normal conditions, the
water dispenser can fill a 5.75 oz. (170 cc)
cup in about 10 seconds.
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Operating your French Door
Refrigerator
USING THE CONTROL PANEL
( 1 )
The Freezer button serves two purposes:
-- To set the Freezer to your desired
temperature.
-- To turn the Power Freeze function on
and off.
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(1)
(4)
(2)
(5)
(3)
(6)
(8)
(10)
(7)
(9)
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(1)
(4)
(2)
(5)
(3)
(6)
(8)
(7)
Freezer / Power Freeze (3 sec)
(10) (11)
(9)
1. To set the Freezer temperature, touch
the Freezer button.
You can set the temperature between
-15 °C and -23 °C (5 °F and -8 °F).
2. Power Freeze function
Touch and hold this button for 3 seconds
to decrease the time needed to freeze
products in the Freezer.
It can be helpful if you need to quickly
freeze easily spoiled items or if the
temperature in the freezer has warmed
dramatically.
(For example, if the door was left open.)
When you use this function, the energy
consumption of the refrigerator will
increase.
Remember to turn it off when you don’t
need it and return the freezer to your
original temperature setting.
If you need to freeze a large amount of
food, activate the Power Freeze function at
least 24 hours before you put the food into
the freezer.
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( 2 )
Alarm / Filter Reset (3 sec)
( 3 )
The Alarm button serves two purposes:
-- To turn the door open alarm on and off.
-- To reset the water filter life indicator.
Touching this button turns Energy Saver
mode on and off.
When you turn Energy Saver on, the
Energy Saver icon lights.
Turn Energy Saver off and the icon goes
off.
The Energy Saver function automatically
turns on when power is supplied to the
refrigerator.
If condensation or water drops appear on
the doors, turn the Energy Saver mode off.
( 4 )
2. Water Filter Life Indicator Function
After you replace the water filter, touch and
hold this button for 3 seconds to reset the
water filter life indicator.
When you reset the water filter life
indicator, the Filter icon on the panel turns
Off.
The Filter icon will turn red to let you know
it is time to change the water filter after six
months (about 300 gallons).
Some areas have large amounts of lime in
their water, which causes the water filter to
clog more quickly.
If this is the case in your area, you will have
to change the filter more frequently than
every six months.
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1. Door Alarm Function
If the door alarm is set to On, an alarm
beeps if any refrigerator door is left open
for more than three minutes.
The beeping stops when you close the
door.
The door alarm function is pre-set to On in
the factory.
You can turn it off by pressing and then
releasing the Alarm button.
You can turn it back on in the same
fashion.
The icon lights up when the function is on.
When the Door Alarm function is on and
the alarm sound is triggered, the Door
Alarm Icon will blink while the alarm
sounds.
Energy Saver
Fridge / Power Cool (3 sec)
The Fridge button serves two purposes:
-- To set the Fridge to your desired
temperature.
-- To turn the Power Cool function on
and off.
1. To set the Fridge temperature, press
the Fridge button.
You can set the temperature between
7 °C and 1 °C (44 °F and 34 °F).
2. Power Cool function
Touch and hold this button for 3 seconds
to decrease the time needed to cool
products in the Refrigerator.
It can be helpful if you need to quickly cool
easily spoiled items or if the temperature
in the fridge has warmed dramatically (for
example, if the door was left open).
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( 5 )
Lighting / °C↔°F (3 sec)
The Lighting button serves two purposes:
-- To turn the dispenser light on and off.
-- To switch the temperature units
between ºC and ºF.
( 6 )
(11)
Ice Maker Off / Control Lock (3 sec)
The Ice Maker Off button serves two
purposes:
-- To turn the Ice maker on and off.
-- To turn the Control Lock Function on
and off.
1. Light Function
Touching the Lighting button turns on the
Dispenser LED lamp in continuous mode
so that it stays on continuously.
The button also lights up.
If you want the Dispenser lamp to come on
only when some one uses the dispenser,
press the Lighting button to turn the
continuous mode off.
1. Ice Off Function
If you don’t want to make more ice, press
the Ice Maker Off button.
The icon lights and the Ice Maker stops
making ice.
If the ice maker function is ON, and the
water Line is not connected, there will be a
water valve noise from the back of the unit.
Press the Ice Maker Off (Control Lock
(3 sec)) button for less than 3 seconds until
the Ice Off Indicator ( ) illuminates.
2. To switch the temperature units
between ºC and ºF.
Touch and hold this button for 3 seconds
to select the temperature display you want.
Each time you press and hold the button,
the ºC and ºF temperature modes alternate
and the ºC or ºF icon lights up, indicating
your selection.
2. Control Lock Function
Touch and hold this button for 3 seconds
to lock the display and the dispenser
buttons so the buttons cannot be used.
When Control Lock is on, the refrigerator
does not dispense ice or water, even if the
Dispenser Lever is pressed.
The Control Lock icon lights to indicate
you’ve activated the Control Lock function.
Touch and hold the button 3 seconds to
unlock.
( 7 )
Water
Touch this button to dispense water.
This mode cannot be used with the Ice
Type mode simultaneously.
Water mode shuts off when you touch the
Cubed / Crushed Ice button.
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( 8 )
(10)
Control Lock
The Control Lock icon lights when you’ve
activated the Control Lock function.
Press and hold the Ice Maker Off / Control
Lock button for 3 seconds to turn Control
Lock off and re-activate the panel buttons. Cooling Off Mode
Filter
Water filter usage
This icon lights up when you need
to change the filter, usually after the
refrigerator has dispensed about 300
gallons of water (after about 6 months).
The icon will blink red for several seconds
when you open or close the door.
After you install the new water filter, reset
the filter indicator by touching and holding
the Hold 3 sec for Filter Reset button for
3 seconds.
Cooling Off mode (also called Shop mode),
is designed for use by retailers when they
are displaying refrigerators on the shop
floor.
In Cooling Off mode, the refrigerator’s
fan motor and lights work normally, but
the compressors do not run, and the
refrigerator and freezer do not get cold.
To start Cooling Off mode, touch and hold
the Freezer, Fridge and Alarm buttons for
5 seconds during normal operation.
The refrigerator chime sounds and the
temperature display flashes OFF.
To cancel Cooling Off mode, touch and
hold the Freezer, Fridge and Alarm buttons
again for 5 seconds.
operating
To save electricity, the Panel Display turns off
automatically under the following conditions: When
no button has been pressed, when no doors
are open, or when no Dispenser Lever has been
pushed.
However, the icon indicating your water or cubed
or crushed ice selection, will stay on.
When you press a button, open a door, or push
a Dispenser Lever, the Panel Display will turn on
again.
Except for the Energy Saver and Water and Cubed
/Crushed Ice buttons, all function buttons will
become operational after you remove your finger
from the button you are currently pressing.
-- If water is not dispensing or dispensing
slowly, you need to replace the water
filter because the water filter is clogged.
-- Some areas have large amounts of lime
in their water, which causes the water
filter to clog more quickly.
( 9 )
Cubed/Crushed Ice
Touch this button to select your desired
ice type.
Cubed and crushed ice modes alternate
when you press the button.
This mode cannot be used with the Water
mode simultaneously.
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CHANGING THE WATER FILTER
WARNING
(2)
To reduce risk of water damage to your
property DO NOT use generic brands
of water filters in your SAMSUNG
Refrigerator.
USE ONLY SAMSUNG BRAND
WATER FILTERS. SAMSUNG is not
legally responsible for any damage,
including, but not limited to, property
damage caused by water leakage
from the use of a generic water filter.
(3)
3. Insert the new filter into the filter case ( 4 ).
(4)
(Red)
SAMSUNG Refrigerators are designed to work
ONLY WITH SAMSUNG Water Filters.
The Filter light turns red to let you know when it is
time to change your water filter cartridge.
To give you time to get a new filter, the red light
comes on just before the capacity of the current
filter runs out.
Changing the filter on time provides you with the
freshest, cleanest water from your refrigerator.
4. Push the filter, and then turn it clockwise until
it locks.
• If you have trouble inserting the water
filter because of high water pressure,
shut off the water supply valve.
1. Shut off the water supply. Then, turn the water
filter ( 1 ) about 1/4 turn, counter-clockwise.
2. Pull the water filter ( 1 ) from the case filter ( 2 ).
(2)
• The locked symbol should be lined up with the
indicator line.
(1)
5. Touch and hold the “Alarm / hold 3 sec for
Filter Reset” button ( (Filter Reset) ) for about
3 seconds to reset the water filter indicator.
The indicator’s red light turns off.
• T
o change the water filter more easily,
shut off the water supply valve.
• Sometimes, it is hard to disassemble the water
filter because impurities in the water cause it to
stick. If you are having difficulties, grip the water
filter firmly and pull it hard.
• When you pull the water filter, a little water
can leak from the opening. This is normal.
To minimize the water leaks, keep the filter
cartridge horizontal when you pull it.
• To prevent overflow, empty the water filter tray
( 3 ) and dry around the filter case ( 2 ).
6. If you turned off the water supply, turn it back
on.
For a replacement water filter, visit your
local home Improvement center or visit
Samsung’s parts distributor on line at:
http://www.samsungparts.com
Be sure the replacement water filter has
the SAMSUNG logo on the box and on the
water filter.
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Removing any residual matter inside the
water supply line after installing the water
filter.
1. Turn ON the water supply if you turned it off
when you installed the water filter.
3. Additional flushing may be required in some
households.
4. Open the Refrigerator door and make sure
there are no water leaks coming from the water
filter.
The pressure of the water supply coming out of a
reverse osmosis system going to the water inlet
valve of the refrigerator needs to be between 35
and 120 psi. (241 and 827 kPa)
If a reverse osmosis water filtration system is
connected to your cold water supply, the water
pressure to the reverse osmosis system needs to
be a minimum of 40 to 60 psi. (276 to 414 kPa)
If the water pressure to the reverse osmosis
system is less than 40 to 60 psi (276 to 414 kPa):
• Check if the sediment filter in the reverse
osmosis system is blocked.
Replace the filter if necessary.
• Allow the storage tank on the reverse osmosis
system to refill after heavy usage.
• If your refrigerator has a water filter, it may
further reduce the water pressure when used
in conjunction with a reverse osmosis system.
Remove the water filter.
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2. Run water through the dispenser until the water
runs clear (approx. 6 to 7 minutes).
This will clean the water supply system and
remove air from the lines.
Reverse Osmosis Water Supply
IMPORTANT:
If you have questions about your water pressure,
call a licensed, qualified plumber.
Be sure to flush the dispenser thoroughly,
otherwise water may drip from the
dispenser.
This means that there is still air in the line.
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CONTROLLING THE
TEMPERATURE
Centigrade : -18 °C ➞ -19 °C ➞ -20 °C ➞ -21 °C
➞ -22 °C ➞ -23 °C ➞ -15 °C ➞ -16 °C ➞ -17 °C
➞ -18 °C.
Fahrenheit : 0 °F ➞ -1 °F ➞ -2 °F ➞ -3 °F ➞
-4 °F ➞ -5 °F ➞ -6 °F ➞ -7 °F ➞ -8 °F ➞ 5 °F ➞
4 °F ➞ 3 °F ➞ 2 °F ➞ 1 °F ➞ 0 °F.
Basic temperature of Freezer and
fridge compartments
The basic and recommended temperatures of the
Freezer and Fridge compartments are -18 °C (0 °F)
and 3 °C (37 °F) respectively.
If the temperature of the Freezer and Fridge
compartments are too high or low, adjust the
temperature manually.
To switch the temperature units between °C and
°F, Touch and hold Lighting button for 3 seconds
to select the temperature display you want.
Each time you press and hold the button, the °C
and °F temperature modes alternate and the °C or
°F icon lights up, indicating your selection.
Keep in mind that foods such as ice cream may/
melt at -15.5 °C (4.1 °F)
The temperature display will move sequentially
from -23 °C to -15 °C (-8 °F to 5 °F).
Controlling the fridge temperature
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Recommend Temp (Fridge) : 3 °C (37 °F)
Recommend Temp (Freezer) : -18 °C (0 °F)
The Freezer temperature can be set between
-23 °C and -15 °C (-8 °F and 5 °F) to suit your
particular needs.
Press the Freezer button repeatedly until the
desired temperature is shown in the temperature
display.
The temperature will change by 1 °C with each
press. See below.
The fridge temperature can be set between 1 °C
(34 °F) and 7 °C (44 °F) to suit your particular
needs.
Press the Fridge button repeatedly until the desired
temperature is shown in the temperature display.
The temperature will change by 1 °C with each
press. See below.
Centigrade : 3 °C ➞ 2 °C ➞ 1 °C ➞ 7 °C ➞ 6 °C
➞ 5 °C ➞ 4 °C ➞ 3 °C.
Fahrenheit : 37 °F ➞ 36 °F ➞ 35 °F ➞ 34 °F ➞
44 °F ➞ 43 °F ➞ 42 °F ➞ 41 °F ➞ 40 °F ➞ 39 °F
➞ 38 °F ➞ 37 °F.
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The temperature control process for the Fridge
works just like the Freezer process.
Press the Fridge button to set your desired
temperature.
After a few seconds, the Fridge will begin adjusting
towards the newly set temperature.
This will be reflected in the digital display.
Place a glass underneath the ice
dispenser and push gently against
the dispenser lever with your glass.
Make sure the glass is in line with
the dispenser to prevent the ice
from bouncing out.
• To select water, press the water button on the
display, and then press the dispenser lever.
• To select Ice, press the ICE type button of
your choice on the display, and then press the
dispenser lever.
• If you have selected cubed ice, when you press
the lever, the dispenser may dispense a small
amount of crushed ice first.
• If ice doesn’t come out, pull out the ice bucket
and press the test button located on the right
side of ice maker.
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• The temperature of the Freezer or Fridge
may rise when you open the doors too
frequently, or if a large amount of warm
or hot food is placed inside.
• A rise in temperature may cause the digital
display to blink.
Once the Freezer and Fridge temperature return
to their normal set temperatures, the blinking
will stop.
• If the blinking continues, you may need to
“reset” the Refrigerator.
Try unplugging the appliance, wait for around
10 minutes and then plug the power cord back
in.
• If there is a communication error between the
Display and Main Controller, the Convertible
Display light may blink.
If the blinking continues for a long period of
time, please contact a Samsung Electronics
Service Center.
Using the ice Dispenser
Check the water level
Test button
USING THE COLD WATER
DISPENSER
Push the appropriate ice type button to
select what you want dispensed.
NO ICE
Select this if you want
to turn ice maker off
• Do not press the test button continuously when
the tray is filled with ice or water. Water may
overflow or ice may jam the bucket.
• When you press the Test button, you will hear
the refrigerator chime (ding-dong).
When the chime sounds, release the Test
button.
• The chime sounds automatically again to let
you know the ice maker is working well.
• Replace the ice bucket.
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Ice Making
If you use all the ice at once, you must
repeat Steps 2 and 3 under Ice Making.
However, only wait 8 hours before
dispensing the first 4 to 6 ice cubes.
This will replenish the ice cubes and
ensure maximum ice production.
To fill the ice bucket to maximum capacity after
installation, follow these steps:
1. Allow your refrigerator to operate and cool
down for 24 hours (or 1 full day).
-- Waiting 24 hours will allow your ice maker to
cool properly.
2. Dispense 4 to 6 ice cubes into a glass.
3. After 8, and then 16 hours, dispense a full glass
of ice.
• To clean the ice bin/bucket, wash with a
mild detergent, rinse well, and then dry it
thoroughly.
Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners or
solvents.
• When you select Cubed Ice after using the
Crushed Ice mode, a small amount of residual
crushed ice might be produced.
CAUTION
Using the ice off Function
When you select the Ice Off mode, remove all ice
cubes from the bucket.
If you leave the ice cubes in the bucket, the ice
cubes may clump together, making it difficult to
remove them.
To remove the ice bucket safely and avoid injury,
hold the bottom of the bucket with one hand and
the side of the bucket with the other.
Then, lift up on the ice bucket, and pull it straight
out.
To put the ice bucket back in, push it firmly straight
back.
If There is a Power Failure
If a power failure occurs, ice cubes may melt,
and then freeze together when the power comes
back on, preventing the dispenser from working
properly.
To prevent this problem, after a power failure, pull
out the ice bucket and discard the residual ice or
water.
After you dump the ice from the ice bucket, you
should press the dispenser lever once with the
‘Water’ or ‘Ice Type’ function ON.
The ice maker will make new ice faster after you
return the ice bucket to the refrigerator.
If the ice bucket is not pushed firmly into
place, ice in the bucket can melt.
If the bucket does not fit, turn the helix 90 degree
(see the last illustration on the right, below) and try
again.
• The inside of the ice bucket is very cold
when the refrigerator is operating.
Do not reach deep inside the ice bucket.
• Use only the ice maker provided with the
refrigerator. The water supply to this refrigerator
must only be installed/connected by a suitably
qualified person.
Connect to a potable water supply only.
• To operate the ice maker properly, water
pressure of 20 ~ 125 psi is required.
CAUTION
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Going on vacation...
Water clouding phenomenon
If you are going on a long vacation or business trip
and won’t use the water or ice dispensers for a
long time:
Ice Maker Do’s and Don’ts
• Do not put your fingers, hands or any other
unsuitable objects in the chute or ice-maker
bucket.
-- It may result in personal injury or material
damage.
• Never put your finger or any other objects in the
dispenser opening.
-- It may cause injury.
• Do not try to disassemble the ice maker.
• Do not wash or spray the ice bucket with water
while it is in the refrigerator.
Remove it to clean it.
CAUTION
operating
• Close the water valve. Otherwise, water
leakage may occur.
• Remove all food and ice in the ice bucket.
• Unplug the refrigerator.
• Wipe excess moisture from inside and leave the
doors open.
Otherwise, odor and mold may develop.
All water provided to the refrigerator flows
through the core filter which is an alkaline
water filter.
In the filtering process, the pressure of
the water that has flowed out of the filter
is increased, and the water becomes
saturated with oxygen and nitrogen.
When this water flows out into the air, the
pressure plummets and the oxygen and
nitrogen get supersaturated, which results
in gas bubbles.
The water may temporarily look misty or
cloudy due to these oxygen bubbles.
After a few seconds, the water will look
clear.
Please wait 1 second before removing
the cup after dispensing water to prevent
spills.
Do not pull out the lever dispenser after
dispensing ice or water.
It comes back automatically.
Ice is made in cubes.
When you select “Crushed”, the ice maker
grinds the ice cubes into crushed ice.
When you insert the Ice maker tray, be
sure that the tray is well centered at the
entrance.
Otherwise, the tray may get stuck.
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PARTS AND FEATURES
Review the illustration below to become more familiar with the parts and features of your refrigerator.
Light
Door Closer
FF Ice-Maker
Foldable-Shelf
Slide Shelf
Fixed Shelf
Quick-Space Glass
Shelf
(on some models)
Vertical Hinged
Section
Door Bins
Vegetable & Fruit
Drawers
Cool Select Pantry
Light
FZ Ice-Maker
(TIM (RF28HDEDTSR) (Optional))
Auto Pull Out
Drawer
Ice Bucket
Freezer Drawer Bin
Guard
When closing the door, make sure the Vertical Hinged Section is in the correct position to avoid
scratching the other door.
If the Vertical Hinged Section is reversed, put it back to the right position and close the door.
Moisture may appear at times on the Vertical Hinged Section.
The door handle may become loose over time.
If this happens, tighten the bolts found on the inside of the door.
If you close one door with too much force, the other door may open.
When the door opens, the interlock switch automatically turns off the auger motor in the ice
maker for safety reasons.
When the interior or exterior LED lamp has gone out, please contact Samsung Customer
Support.
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USING THE COOL SELECT
PANTRY™
The Pantry Selection Button
• The Pantry has three modes: The Fresh mode,
Chilled mode, and Deli mode.
Fresh mode is the default.
Press the Temp button repeatedly until the
mode you want is lit.
Once you select a mode, the temperature will
change to match the mode you selected.
• The Pantry temperature may change depending
on the number of items inside and where they
are located, the ambient temperature, and how
often the door is opened.
1. When you select “Deli”, the temperature of the
pantry will be kept around 41 °F (or 5 °C).
This feature helps keep food fresh for a long
time.
2. When you select “Fresh”, the temperature of
the pantry will be kept around 38 °F (or 3 °C).
This feature helps keep food fresh for a longer
time.
3. When you select “Chilled”, the temperature of
the pantry will be kept around 34 °F (or 1 °C).
This feature also helps keep meat or fish fresh
for a longer time.
The table below lists the Pantry modes and
the kinds of foods that can be stored safely for
each mode.
Deli
Fresh
Chilled
• Pineapple
• cucumbers
• steaks
• lemon
• apples
• hard cheeses
• avocado
• oranges
• cold cuts
• potato
• grapes
• bacon
• zucchinis
• hot dogs
operating
The Cool Select Pantry™ is a full-width drawer
with adjustable temperature control.
This pantry can be used for large party trays, deli
items, pizza, beverages, or miscellaneous items.
There is a temperature control which can adjust
the amount of cold air allowed into the pantry.
The control is located on the right side of the
pantry.
• corn
Fruits and vegetables may be damaged if
you set the Pantry to the Chilled mode.
Do not store lettuce or other leafy produce
in this pantry.
CAUTION
Do not store glass bottles in the Cool
Select Pantry.
If they are freeze, they can break and
cause personal injury.
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REMOVING THE REFRIGERATOR
ACCESSORIES
1. Door Bins
• Door Bins ( 1 )
-- To remove : Simply lift the bin up and pull
straight out.
-- To relocate : Slide it in above the desired
location and push down until it stops.
• Door Bins ( 2 )
-- To remove : Take the right side of the bin out
by lifting it at an angle along the guide, and then
take the left side out by pulling it from the door.
-- To relocate : Slide it into the original location
and push down until it sticks.
CAUTION
When Out Door opens more than normal
OPEN angle (105°), Indoor is able to touch
the Out Door. ( 1 )
( 2 )
Injury may occur if the door bins are not
firmly assembled.
Do not allow children to play with the bins.
Sharp corners of the bins may cause
injury.
CAUTION
• Do not open the Indoor when Outdoor
is open, close the Out door to hang the
Handle Latch and then open the In / Out
Door together.
• When close the outdoor, check the “click”
sounds of a latch.
CAUTION
Do not adjust a bin full of food.
Remove the food first.
To remove dust from the bins : Remove
the guard and wash the bin in water.
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How to use the Multi Supporter
2. Tempered Glass shelves
-- To remove : Tilt up the front of the shelf in the
direction shown ( 1 ) and lift it up vertically ( 2 ).
Pull the shelf out.
-- To relocate : Tilt the front of the shelf up and
guide the shelf hooks into the slots at a desired
height. Then lower the front of the shelf so that
the hooks can drop into the slots.
1. When not in use, leave the Multi Supporter
flipped over as shown in the diagram.
operating
(1)
(2)
2. Flip the Multi Supporter to position ( 1 ) to
prevent items from falling out and over.
CAUTION
(1)
CAUTION
3. Flip the Multi Supporter to position ( 2 ) to use it
as a divider.
(2)
The Tempered Glass shelves are heavy.
Use special care when removing them.
After sliding the foldable shelf in and
folding it, the Shelf Front can be removed
for your convenience.
If you use the self without removing the
Shelf Front, be aware the Shelf Front can
separate from the shelf.
3. Vegetable & Fruit Drawers
• Door Bins
Before removing the Vegetable and Fruit drawers,
remove the bottom door bins on the left and right
doors as shown in the next column.
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To remove the door bins
• Simply lift each bin up and pull straight out.
4. Cool Select Pantry
-- To remove the pantry : Pull the pantry out to
full extension. Tilt up the front side of the pantry
and pull straight out.
-- To relocate the pantry : Push the rails to the
back of the refrigerator. Place the drawer onto
the rails and slide the pantry back until it is in
place.
To remove the Vegetable and Fruit Drawers
• Tilt up the front of the drawer, and then pull
straight back. Next, move the drawer slightly
in the direction of the arrow, and then pull the
drawer out of the refrigerator.
-- To remove the divider : Pull the pantry
completely out to full extension and raise the
front side of the divider to unhook it from the
rear wall of the pantry, then lift the divider out.
-- To relocate the divider : Hook the back of the
divider over the rear wall of the pantry and push
the divider down.
Divider
To re-install
• Insert the drawer into the frame rails, and then
push back into place.
• Slide each bin in above the desired location,
and then push down until it stops.
CAUTION
The drawers need to be removed before
the glass shelf above them can be lifted
out.
Using the doors
Ensure that the doors close all the way and are
securely sealed.
When the refrigerator door is only partially open, it
will automatically close.
But, the door will stay open when opened more
than the auto close range and you must close it
manually.
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REMOVING THE FREEZER
ACCESSORIES
1. Freezer Room Guard
-- To remove : Remove the freezer room guard
( 1 ) by lifting the guard up.
-- To relocate : Push down until the guard ( 1 )
locks into place.
4. Freezer Drawer
-- To remove the freezer drawer : Pull the
freezer drawer out fully. Tilt up the rear of the
bin and lift it out to remove.
-- To relocate the freezer drawer : Place the bin
into the rail assembly.
operating
(1)
2. Ice Bucket
-- To remove : Lift the ice bucket ( 1 ).
-- To relocate : Place the ice bucket into the
Super extended drawer ( 2 ).
(1)
CAUTION
(2)
CAUTION
You can scratch the side of the bin if you
twist it left or right when disassembling or
re-assembling it.
Do not allow babies or children to climb
into the freezer drawer.
They could damage the refrigerator and
seriously injure themselves.
Do not sit on the freezer door.
The door may break.
Do not remove the divider.
3. Super Extended Drawer
-- To remove : Pull the drawer out to full
extension. Tilt up the rear of the drawer and lift
straight out.
-- To relocate : Place the drawer onto the rails
( 4 ) by tilting it up.
Lower the drawer into place until it is horizontal
and slide the drawer ( 3 ) in.
(3)
CAUTION
WARNING
If trapped inside, children may be injured
or suffocate to death.
(4)
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CLEANING THE REFRIGERATOR
Caring for your Samsung French Door Refrigerator
prolongs the life of your appliance and helps keep
the refrigerator free of odor and germs.
CAUTION
CAUTION
Cleaning the Interior
Clean the inside walls and accessories with a mild
detergent and then wipe dry with a soft cloth.
You can remove the drawers and shelves for a
more thorough cleaning.
Just make sure to dry drawers and shelves before
putting them back into place.
CAUTION
Do not spray water directly on the
refrigerator.
Use a clean, damp cloth to clean.
Do not use benzene, thinner, or Clorox for
cleaning.
They may damage the surface of the
appliance and may cause a fire.
You can erase the printed
letters on the display if you
apply stainless cleaner directly
to the area where the letters
are printed.
Cleaning the Ice / Water Dispenser
Wipe the Ice / Water Dispenser
with a clean and soft cloth.
Cleaning the Exterior
Wipe the control panel and digital display with a
damp, clean, soft cloth.
Do not spray water directly on the surface of the
refrigerator.
The doors, handles, and cabinet surfaces should
be cleaned with a mild detergent and then wiped
dry with a soft cloth.
To keep your appliance looking its best, polish the
exterior once or twice a year.
CAUTION
As you use the dispenser’s crushed ice
selection, some residual ice chips may
start to collect in the ice chute.
To prevent that residual ice from melting
and running out of the chute, you should
clean out the residual ice when you see it
start to collect in the ice chute.
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Cleaning the Rubber door seals
If the rubber door seals are dirty, the doors may
not close properly, and the refrigerator will not
operate efficiently.
Keep the door seals free of dust or stains by
cleaning the doors with a mild detergent and damp
cloth.
Wipe dry with a clean, soft cloth.
operating
CAUTION
Do not clean the refrigerator with benzene,
thinner, or car detergent.
These substances could cause a fire.
Cleaning the rear side of the
refrigerator
To keep cords and exposed parts free of dust and
dirt accumulation, vacuum the rear side of the
appliance once or twice a year.
(1)
CAUTION
Do not remove the back cover ( 1 ). You could suffer an electric shock.
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FOOD STORAGE TIPS
Foods
Refrigerator
Freezer
Storage Tips
DAIRY PRODUCTS
Butter
2-3 Weeks
6-9 Months
Wrap or cover tightly.
Check date code. Most milk and similar products
are sold in date-coded cartons that indicate a
products’s peak freshness. Re-seal with cap or
wrap tightly. Do not return unused portions to
original container.
Milk
1-2 Weeks
Not recommended
Cream Cheese, cheese
food, and cheese spread
2-4 Weeks
Not recommended
Hard Cheese (unopened)
3-4 Months
6 Months
Hard Cheese (opened)
2 Months
Not recommended
Cottage Cheese
10-15 Days
Not recommended
Cream
7-10 Days
2 Months
Sour Cream
2 Weeks
Not recommended
Cream Dips (opened)
1 Week
Not recommended
Yogurt
10-14 Days
Not recommended
Frozen Yogurt
na
2 Months
Eggs (uncooked)
3-4 Weeks
Not recommended
Check date code. Store eggs in coldest part of
refrigerator and in their original container.
Eggs (cooked)
1 Week
Not recommended
Store in covered container
Leftover egg dishes
3-4 Days
Not recommended
Store in covered container
Apples
1 Month
Not recommended
Bananas
2-4 Days
Not recommended
Peaches, Melons, Pears,
Avocados
3-5 Days
Not recommended
Berries and Cherries
2-3 Days
12 Months
Apricots
3-5 Days
Not recommended
Grapes
2-5 Days
na
Pineapple (un-cut)
2-3 Days
Not recommended
Pineapple (cut)
5-7 Days
6-12 Months
Citrus
1-2 Weeks
Not recommended
Store uncovered.
Juice
6 Days
Not recommended
Check date code and re-seal in original container.
Do not return unused portions to original container.
Frozen Juice
Thawing only
12 Months
Check date code. Do not re-freeze.
Fatty Fish (mackerel, trout,
salmon)
1-2 Days
2-3 Months
Lean Fish (cod, flounder,
etc)
1-2 Days
6 Months
Frozen or Breaded
na
3 Months
Keep in original wrapper and store in coldest
part of refrigerator. Package in vapor-proof and
moisture proof wrap for freezer. Freeze at 0 ºF (or
-18 °C ). Thaw in refrigerator or check date code.
Freeze in original packaging.
Check date code. Keep all cheese tightly packed
in moisture proof wrap
Check date code. Most yogurt, creams, and
similar products are sold in date-coded cartons
that indicate a product’s peak freshness. Re-seal
or cover tightly. Do not return unused portions to
original container.
Check date code. Keep covered.
EGGS
FRESH FRUITS
If storing in refrigerator, do not wash fruit before
storing. Store in moisture resistant bags or
containers. Wrap cut fruits. Some fruits darken
when refrigerated.
FISH AND SHELLFISH
Fish
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Foods
Refrigerator
Freezer
Storage Tips
Shellfish
1-2 Days
12 Months
Crab
3-5 Days
10 Months
Cooked Fish or Shellfish
2-3 Days
3 Months
Chops
2-4 Days
6-12 Months
Ground
1 Day
3-4 Months
Roast
2-4 Days
6-12 Months
Bacon
1-2 Weeks
1-2 Months
Sausage
1-2 Days
1-2 Months
Steak
2-4 Days
6-9 Months
Poultry
1 Day
12 Months
Lunch meat
3-5 Days
1 Month
Meat
2-3 Days
2-3 Months
Poultry
2-3 Days
4-5 Months
Ham
1-2 weeks
1-2 Months
To freeze, package in vapor-proof and moistureproof container.
MEAT
Fresh, Uncooked
Check date code for use. Store in coldest part
of refrigerator in original packaging. Package in
moisture-proof and vapor-proof container for
freezing. Recommended refrigerator temperature
33 ºF to 36 ºF (or 1 °C to 2 °C ) and freezer temperature 0 ºF to 2 ºF (or -18 °C to -16 °C )
operating
Shrimp (uncooked)
Cooked
Check date code for use. Store in coldest part
of refrigerator in original packaging. Package in
moisture-proof and vapor-proof container for
freezing.
Sources:
American Meat Institute Foundation. 1994. Yellow pages: answers to predictable questions consumers
ask about meat and poultry. American Meat Institute Food Marketing Institute. 1999. The food keeper.
Food Marketing Institute, Washington, D.C. Freeland-Graves, J.H. and G.C. Peckham. 1996. Foundations
of food preparation, 6th ed. Prentice-Hall, Inc. Englewood Cliffs, NJ. Hillers, V.N. 1993. Storing foods at
home. Washington State University Cooperative Extension, Pullman, WA. Publ. EB 1205.
National Restaurant Association. 2001. Be cool-chill out! Refrigerate promptly. National Restaurant
Association Education Foundation¼s International Food Safety Council, Washington, D.C. USDA. 1997.
Basics for handling food safely. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food Safety and Inspection Service,
Washington, D.C.
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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
The refrigerator
does not work at
all or it does not
chill sufficiently.
• Check if the power plug is properly connected.
• Check if the set temperature on the digital display is warmer than the freezer or fridge
inner temperature. If it is, set the freezer or fridge to a colder temperature.
• Is the refrigerator in direct sunlight or located near a heat source?
If so, it may not be able to cool sufficiently. Install it in a location that is out of direct
sunlight and not near a heat source.
• Is the back of the refrigerator too close to the wall, preventing proper ventilation?
If so, it may not be able to cool sufficiently.
Keep it an appropriate distance from the wall.
• Is there too much food inside so that the food is blocking the outlet vent?
To keep the refrigerator at a suitable temperature, do not fill the refrigerator with too
much food.
The food in the
fridge is frozen.
• Check if the set temperature on the digital display is too low.
If so, raise the set temperature inside the refrigerator.
• Is the temperature in the room too low? Set the refrigerator warmer.
• Did you store food with a high moisture content in the coldest part of the refrigerator
or near the cooling outlet vent?
Try moving those items to the other shelves in the fridge instead of keeping them in
the colder areas or bins.
You hear unusual
noise or sounds.
•
•
•
•
The cabinet-door
sealing area of the
appliance is hot
and condensation
is occurring.
• Some heat is normal as anti-condensators are installed in the vertical hinged section
of the refrigerator to prevent condensation.
• Is the refrigerator door ajar?
Condensation can occur when you leave the door open for a long time.
The ice Maker is
not producing ice.
• Did you wait for 12 hours after installing the water supply line before making ice?
It may take longer to make ice if it is not sufficiently cool, such as when first installed.
• Is the water line connected and the shut-off valve opened?
• Did you manually stop the ice making function?
• Is the freezer temperature too warm? Try setting the freezer temperature lower.
You can hear water
bubbling in the
refrigerator.
• This is normal.
The bubbling comes from refrigerant circulating through the refrigerator.
There is a bad
smell in the
refrigerator.
• Check for spoiled food.
• Foods with strong odors (for example, fish) should be tightly covered.
• Clean out the freezer periodically and throw away any spoiled food.
When cleaning the inside of the fridge, store food elsewhere and unplug the
appliance. Wipe with a dry dishcloth after 2-3 hours and then circulate air inside the
refrigerator.
Check if the refrigerator is level and stable.
Is the back of the refrigerator too close to the wall, preventing proper ventilation?
Was anything dropped behind or under the refrigerator?
If you hear a “ticking” sound from inside the refrigerator, this is normal.
It occurs because various parts contract or expand in response to temperature
changes in the refrigerator interior.
• If it sounds as if something is hitting something else inside the refrigerator, this is
normal. The sound is caused by the compressor operating at high capacity.
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SOLUTION
Frost forms on
the walls of the
freezer.
• Is the air vent blocked?
Remove any obstructions so air can circulate freely.
• Allow sufficient space between the stored foods for efficient air circulation.
• Is the freezer drawer closed properly?
If the freezer drawer is not completely closed or is blocked, humidity from outside
may enter and cause severe frost to form.
The water
dispenser is not
functioning.
•
•
•
•
The auto close
system does not
work with the
freezer door.
• Is there an imbalance between the right and left parts of the door?
• Open and close the door smoothly 1~2 times.
After you do this, the auto close system usually works properly again.
• Try opening the door smoothly to avoid unbalancing the right and the left part of the
door.
Condensation or
water drops forms
on vertical mullion
and surroundings,
etc.
• Condensation or water drops may form if the humidity is too high while the
refrigerator is operating.
• If condensation or water drops appears on vertical mullion and surroundings, etc.,
turn the Energy Saver mode off after removing the condensation.
(See the explanation of the Energy Saver button in “Using the Control Panel” on page
27.)
Is the water line connected and the shut-off valve opened?
Has the water supply line tubing been crushed or kinked?
Make sure the tubing is free and clear of any obstruction.
Is the water tank frozen because the fridge temperature is too low?
Try selecting a warmer setting on the Digital display.
• Is the Child Lock on?
• Check if the filter is properly installed.
If it is not properly installed, the water dispenser may not work.
troubleshooting
PROBLEM
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Ambient Room Temperature Limits
This refrigerator is designed to operate in ambient temperatures specified by its temperature class
marked on the rating plate.
Class
Symbol
Extended Temperate
Temperate
Subtropical
Tropical
SN
N
ST
T
Ambient Temperature range (°C)
IEC 62552 (ISO 15502)
ISO 8561
+10 to +32
+10 to +32
+16 to +32
+16 to +32
+16 to +38
+18 to +38
+16 to +43
+18 to +43
Internal temperatures may be affected by such factors as the location of the fridge/freezer,
ambient temperature and the frequency with which you open the door.
Adjust the temperature as required to compensate for these factors.
English
Correct Disposal of This Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in countries with separate collection systems)
This marking on the product, accessories or literature indicates that the product and its electronic accessories (e.g. charger, headset, USB cable) should not be disposed of with other
household waste at the end of their working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or
human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate these items from other types
of waste and recycle them responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their
local government office, for details of where and how they can take these items for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This product and its electronic accessories should not be mixed with other
commercial wastes for disposal.
Contact SAMSUNG WORLD WIDE
If you have any questions or comments relating to Samsung products, please contact the SAMSUNG
customer care center.
COUNTRY
CALL
Web site
AUSTRIA
0800-SAMSUNG (0800-7267864)
[Only for Premium HA] 0800-366661
[Only for Dealers] 0810-112233
www.samsung.com/at/support
COLOMBIA
Bogotá 600 12 72
Gratis desde cualquier parte del país 01 8000 112 112
ó desde su celular #SAM(726)
www.samsung.com/co/support
EIRE
0818 717100
www.samsung.com/ie/support
HONG KONG
(852) 3698-4698
www.samsung.com/hk/support (Chinese)
www.samsung.com/hk_en/support (English)
INDIA
1800 3000 8282 - Toll Free
1800 266 8282 - Toll Free
www.samsung.com/in/support
www.samsung.com/my/support
MALAYSIA
1800-88-9999
603-77137477 (Overseas contact)
NEW ZEALAND
0800 726 786
www.samsung.com/nz/support
PANAMA
800-7267
800-0101
www.samsung.com/latin/support (Spanish)
www.samsung.com/latin_en/support (English)
PHILIPPINES
1-800-10-7267864 [PLDT]
1-800-8-7267864 [Globe landline and Mobile]
02-4222111 [Other landline]
www.samsung.com/ph/support
www.samsung.com/sg/support
SINGAPORE
1800-SAMSUNG(726-7864)
SOUTH AFRICA
0860 SAMSUNG (726 7864)
www.samsung.com/support
UK
0330 SAMSUNG (7267864)
www.samsung.com/uk/support
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