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Samsung RF4287 28 Cubic Foot French Door Refrigerator with 4 Doors and Integrated Water & Ice, Real Stainless

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  • Twin Cooling Plus System
  • 5 Spill Proof Glass Shelves
  • FlexZone Drawer
  • Counter Height Design
  • Surround Air Flow
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Technical Details
Brand NameSamsung
Model InfoRF4287HARS
Item Weight361 pounds
Product Dimensions36.2 x 35.8 x 69.9 inches
Item model numberRF4287HARS
Part Number RF4287HARS
Form Factor french_door
ColorReal Stainless
Included Componentsice_maker, water_dispenser
Manufacturer Warranty Free 10yr Warranty on Major Components
  
Additional Information
ASINB003M5L284
Best Sellers Rank #5,203 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight696 pounds
Date First AvailableMay 13, 2010
  
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The Samsung Stainless Steel French Door Refrigerator with FlexZone Drawer is ideal for those who love to cook and entertain. This modern, four-door refrigerator features a total capacity of 28 cubic feet and includes a filtered water and ice dispenser. Separate airflows in the refrigerator and freezer help keep food fresh, while the FlexZone drawer lets you store food at four different temperature zones. And with five shelves, two humidity-controlled crispers, and six door bins, you'll have plenty of room for all your favorite drinks, party platters, and leftovers.

Samsung Stainless Steel French Door Refrigerator with FlexZone Drawer Product Shot

28-cubic-foot design offers more space inside with the same outside dimensions as a traditional model. View larger.

Samsung Stainless Steel French Door Refrigerator with FlexZone Drawer Product Shot

FlexZone drawer lets you store food at four different temperature zones. View larger.

Counter-Height Design with Large Capacity

The stainless steel refrigerator features a modern design with French doors, a FlexZone drawer, and large pullout freezer drawer. With a total capacity of 28 cubic feet, it offers more space inside with the same outside dimensions as a traditional model. The FlexZone drawer matches the height of the countertop, creating a built-in look to fit seamlessly in your kitchen. Stainless steel accents on the interior shelving and door bins complement the exterior for a sleek, polished look.

Twin Cooling Plus System For Fresher Produce

Samsung's Twin Cooling Plus System helps keep food fresh with two separate airflows for the fridge and freezer. Refrigerator air is kept at higher, near-commercial grade humidity levels to prevent perishable fruits and vegetables from spoiling, while cooler, drier freezer air results in less freezer burn for better-tasting frozen foods. Surround airflow in the fridge distributes cool air evenly to maintain optimum temperature, while power freeze and power cool options let you fast-freeze or fast-chill food in a short period of time.

FlexZone Drawer Keeps Food at Proper Temperature

The FlexZone drawer with an adjustable smart divider lets you create compartments with four separate temperature zones for meat, drinks, snacks, and party dishes. The FlexZone drawer features an EZ-Open handle that allows you to effortlessly open a fully loaded drawer. Plus, its counter-height location makes it easy for children to retrieve their favorite snacks.

Filtered Water and Ice Dispenser

A water dispenser on the outside of the fridge delivers filtered water and your choice of crushed or cubed ice. An indicator light lets you know when the filter needs to be changed.

Energy-Efficient LED Lighting

High-efficiency LED lighting in the fridge and freezer brightens every corner so you can quickly spot what you need. LED lights save space and emit less heat than traditional bulbs, making them a more energy-efficient choice. To further conserve energy, the refrigerator's CoolTight door closes with a tight seal and a handy alarm alerts you if the door is left ajar or open too long.

The refrigerator is ENERGY STAR rated and CEE Tier 1 listed. The refrigerator measures 70 by 35-3/4 by 36-1/2 inches (HxWxD including hinges, handles, and doors) and weighs 374 pounds.

What's in the Box

Samsung Stainless Steel French Door Refrigerator with FlexZone Drawer.

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Stainless Steel French Door Refrigerator with FlexZone Drawer

At a Glance:
  • Modern four-door design with large 28-cubic-feet capacity
  • Twin Cooling Plus System for fresher produce
  • FlexZone drawer offers four distinct temperature zones
  • Includes filtered water and ice dispenser
  • Energy Star rated most efficient

* Grocery comparison based on each cubic foot of usable space equaling one paper bag.

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Storage Capacity 32 cubic feet 31 cubic feet 31 cubic feet 28 cubic feet 25 cubic feet 24 cubic feet
Exterior Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel, White, Black Stainless Steel, White, Black Stainless Steel, White, Black Stainless Steel
Water Dispenser Filtered Filtered (still) and Sparkling Filtered Filtered Filtered Filtered
Ice Dispenser Crushed or cubed Crushed or cubed Crushed or cubed Crushed or cubed Crushed or cubed Crushed or cubed
FlexZone Drawer N/A 4 temperature zones 4 temperature zones 4 temperature zones 4 temperature zones 4 temperature zones
Convertible Zone 4 temperature zones N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Cooling System Triple Cooling Twin Cooling Plus Twin Cooling Plus Twin Cooling Plus Twin Cooling Plus Twin Cooling Plus
Ice Maker Daily Production Up to 10 pounds Up to 10 pounds Up to 10 pounds Up to 10 pounds Up to 10 pounds Up to 5.9 pounds
Gallon Door Bins
Dimensions (HxWxD) 72-7/8 by 35-3/4 by 35-3/4 inches 70 by 35-3/4 by 37-7/8 inches 70 by 35-3/4 by 37-7/8 inches 70 by 35-3/4 by 36-1/2 inches 70 by 32-3/4 by 36-1/2 inches 70 by 35-3/4 by 31 inches
Weight 405.1 pounds 407.9 pounds 399.9 pounds 374 pounds 332.2 pounds 346.1 pounds

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226 of 231 people found the following review helpful By hiptech on November 29, 2011
Color: Real Stainless
We recently purchased this Samsung model (almost 2 weeks ago) and not wanting to jinx anything (knock on wood), it is working flawlessly (right now anyway). The 2 biggest complaints I have is the intolerably loud noise the ice-maker creates when ice is ejected into the bucket. It's even more frighteningly loud when the ice bucket is empty as the sound amplifies upon impact with the hollow plastic container. I read other reviews commenting on this and thought it was an exaggeration, it's not. Samsung should really consider re-engineering the container by adding some sound deadening material around it to help muffle the noise (yes, it's truly that annoying). The other issue is relatively minor and indicative of all stainless appliances... the never ending battle against finger prints and skin oil smudges.

All that aside, the bottom line to any appliance purchase today is akin to betting on roulette and expecting to win (worst odds ever). Like many, I did an inordinate amount of product research and read countless customer reviews prior to purchasing. Opinions and experiences are all over the map. And this is a fundamental problem for all brands not just Samsung. As mentioned elsewhere there is much outsourcing going on and it seems almost impossible for manufacturers to attain consistent quality levels. BTW, I was surprised to learn (after purchasing) this refrigerator is imported from Korea. I bring this up only because it supports many customer complaints concerning long wait times when breakdowns inevitably occur. The delays are primarily the result of long distance parts delivery. Several service repair companies I contacted are not even qualified to work on these appliances as Samsung strictly controls the qualification process along with parts distribution (exporting from Korea).
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406 of 437 people found the following review helpful By EdMel on January 15, 2011
Color: Real Stainless
A little more than a month ago we bought a new Samsung RF4287HARS refrigerator. It is Samsung's top of the line model. It has many wonderful features. We love the center drawer with flex temperature control; the style, look and feel are great; the lighting inside is even better than anything else we saw. There was only one problem: It didn't work.

After a couple weeks the fridge just stopped cooling - the ice melted and drained water all over our floor, much to the chagrin of our dog who was sleeping nearby; the freezer defrosted, meaning it was steak night (with both corn and beans - hurray); the entire interior went to over 45 degrees according to our handy dandy thermometer. It just wasn't running. We had repair people come out twice, the second time they said it could not be fixed.

OK, that happens. Sears agreed to replace the unit with a brand new one. Three cheers for Sears!

The second new unit was installed and within a couple weeks we had the exact same problem. Warm soda and a wet dog - but hey, steak for dinner again. The service people came out and said it was a bad sensor. OK, that happens. So they replaced the sensor a week or so later (they had to order the parts, but the good news is that it is currently cold outside, so at least we had cold food for a while). After replacing the sensor it worked great for nearly a few days and then had the exact same problem again! By this point we have run out of frozen steak (and just about everything else), although our dog has never smelled better. But back came the repair people - this time the diagnosis is a bad mother board (although having watched several repair people work on this model it becomes increasingly clear that they do not really know what's wrong; at best, they are guessing).
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82 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Willow on April 16, 2013
Color: Real Stainless
Samsung refrigerators are designed so that they do not restart on their own after a power outage. Instead, after a power outage of 15 minutes or more, they are designed to return to demo mode. Demo mode is used in the store to demonstrate a refrigerator so it has the lights on, but the compressor not operating/cooling. To restart the refrigerator you must to push certain buttons in a certain sequence. This is a fatal design flaw because you may be on vacation or out of town when the power goes out, and not be there to push the right buttons to have it turn back on. This will ruin all of your food and cause a terrible stench in your home. I have been told of this "design feature" by both the Samsung customer hotline and by the Office of the President of Samsung in North America. They say there is nothing wrong with my refrigerator as it is "operating per its design". I'm sure that none of you want a refrigerator that cannot be relied upon to come back on following a power outage. Please get the word out to all that you know of this fatal flaw. If Samsung can't sell these flawed refrigerators, they will get things changed.
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107 of 125 people found the following review helpful By Dan on April 1, 2012
Color: Real Stainless
piece of dried cow dung.

We replaced our white electric stove with a stainless gas stove which led to replacing the fridge, washer/dryer and dishwasher with stainless. My wife had re-painted the kitchen and it needed the updates anyway. Went with Samsung on all at Lowes as they had a big sale on.

Bought this reftigator in November however they were not able to deliver until Fedruary as the units were "out of stock". Looking back this may be a form of bait and switch. We still had our 14 year old GE purring away so not a biggie. Besides my wife loved this unit.

Lowes delivered. Whoa unit was totally unlevel. Celled them back and had them come back out to level the unit and door. Leveled unit but it was unstable and guy seid he could not level doors!

Decided to wait a little while to see if unit might settle before calling them again. Six weeks later woke up and the temp display was flashing. Unplugged as the manual states and while it came cack on the temp level was unstable. As a matter of fact it would run for a while and shut off before both levels were at set point. Freezer would say -4 and fridge 57. Unplug to reset and the freezer would be 38 and fridge 57. This would flip flop. Finally went to Lowes and they gave me a number to call.

Called the number and the first thing the person did was to try and upsell an extended warranty claiming ours started the day we bought it. Declined and they finally set up a service call for THREE days later.

Called Samsung and they straightned out warranty but could not get anyone out quicker and as a matter of fact used the same people as Lowes who are in Fort Lauderdale FL while we are in North Alabama. Boy wonder how long a follow up call takes as it is a 16 hour drive.
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