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Samsung RF4289HARS

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  • Samsung 28.0 Cu. Ft. French Door Refrigerator with Thru-the-Door Ice and Water
  • This refrigerator features an LCD touch screen with apps for easy operation and an independently controlled mid-drawer. The Twin Cooling Plus system ensures thorough temperature management.
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Brand NameSamsung
Model InfoSamsung RF4289HARS
Item Weight364 pounds
Product Dimensions36.2 x 35.8 x 69.9 inches
Item model numberSamsung RF4289HARS
Part Number Samsung RF4289HARS
Form Factor french_door
ColorStainless Steel
Manufacturer Warranty Free 10yr Warranty on Major Components
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #8,503 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight364 pounds
Date First AvailableApril 23, 2011
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Warranty Terms - Parts 1 year Warranty Terms - Labor 1 year Product Width 35-3/4" Product Weight 364 lbs. Product Depth 36-1/4" Height to Top of Refrigerator (in.) 68-1/2 Height to Top of Door Hinge (in.) 69-7/8 Counter Depth No Depth Less Door (in.) 29-22/32 Depth Without Handles (in.) 33-3/4 Depth Including Handles (in.) 36-1/4 Depth with Door 90° Open (in.) 48-5/8 Total Capacity (cu. ft.) 28.0 Capacity: Freezer (cu. ft.) 7.7 Capacity: Fresh-Food (cu. ft.) 20.3 Thru-the-Door Ice Dispenser Yes Thru-the-Door Water Dispenser Yes Water Filter Location Internal Refrigerator Shelf Construction Spill-proof glass Temperature Control Type Digital Water Filtration Yes Water-Filtration-Replacement Indicator Light Yes Factory-Installed Icemaker Yes Gallon Door Storage Yes Humidity-Controlled Crisper Yes Child Lock Yes Door-Open Alarm Yes Surface Finish Smooth Cabinet Side Color Gray Dispenser Color Gray/Stainless-steel Door-Handle Color Stainless-steel Style French-Door Color Category Stainless/Stainless look Energy Consumption (kWh/year) 562 Estimated Yearly Operating Cost $60 ENERGY STAR Qualified Yes Deli Meat Drawer No Crisper Drawer Yes Magnetic Doors Yes LED Lighting Yes Digital Temperature Control Yes Freezer Door Type Pull Out Drawer Number of Doors 4-Door

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109 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Bad in Bahston on June 6, 2011
Color: Stainless Steel
Purchased this Samsung fridge as the final appliance to wrapup our change-over to stainless steel. For first 10 days, the refrigerator didn't seem to be keeping items cold in the refrigerator section. Freezer was working great (ice cream was rock solid) but refrigerator would not stay at temperature set on computer display. If I set the temperature for 34 degrees, the inside was anywhere from 46 to 55 degrees most days. Experimented for several days disabling energy saver and running on Power Cool, but nothing seemed to be a permanent fix.

I called Samsung was very disappointed with their response. They don't know much about this model yet. Level 2 support told me that I couldn't use a thermometer to measure the inside temperature. They told me that I could not use a mercury or digital thermometer because it would have to be calibrated for the fridge. When I asked what type of thermometer I could use, they could not give me an answer. I was told to trust the refrigerator to do it's job -Sure! They can eat the spoiled food! They told me that a few degrees was normal (which I accepted) but not 10 to 12 degrees all the time.....any, to make a long story short I decided to "reboot" my fridge.

Yup, it's a linux OS that runs the system and all the apps. I decided to pull the power plug for the first time since I installed the fridge and voila. The refrigerator started working correctly. Temperatures started reporting within 2 to 4 degrees of the set temperature on the control panel. So, if you buy this frige and have this problem, remember to reboot your fridge after a few days if the temperature doesn't hold.

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41 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Flynfrfun on August 6, 2011
Color: Stainless Steel
Agree with above reviews. Reboot fridge (unplug, wait about a minute and plug back in) after a few days from the time you first plug it in. Ours had wild temp swings prior to the reboot. Sometimes display said 15F in fridge, but thermometer said 38F. Other times display said 38F but fridge was actually 45F. After reboot it seems to be accurate again. Also, have heard some people (on other sites) say touchscreen doesn't work well (or not at all). I had this problem with a display model I was looking at in the store and was ready to pass up this fridge and go with the version w/out the LCD. But, I performed the touchscreen calibration and it worked perfectly after that. I especially like Weatherbug and have programmed my home weather and also weather for my family in another state. I really like the flex-space drawer as we can put sodas in there and cool them down to almost freezing temp. Nothing like drinking a Coca-Cola at 33F! Can't do that with a normal fridge as it's not good for lettuce and etc. The fancy sliding divider is useless. If they really want to improve it they need to make it so that you can lock it in place. It is so loose, it allows stuff to move around. We plan on getting some plastic tubs to organize it better. I'm going to see if I can remove the sliding rail system altogether. This thing is quiet! Way quieter than our 8yr old Maytag wide by side it is replacing. Like everyone else says...when the ice drops into the bin, it is loud. Most fridges are loud when this happens, but this one is especially so. It's been 2 days and the water has that "plasticky" taste. I hope the lines and filter purge this eventually. I wanted a fridge that would "WOW" my wife every time she looked at it or opened it. This one does that for sure.

Update: 12/13/11.
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61 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 20, 2012
Color: Stainless Steel
Never, ever again will I buy a Samsung major appliance. I have three of their televisions, and love them, but this fridge is a steaming piece of crap.
Repairmen out 7 times since I bought it, all to repair problems with the freezer. Main board replaced. Then (less than two weeks later) main board AGAIN replaced, along with all the sensors in the freezer section. Then daughter board and more sensors. Then the door display panel. Then the main board replaced for the third time - and blamed on me because I was running the freezer empty, so they charged me for it. Like I was going to trust this freezer after that many failures until it had run reliably for a good long time? I'm still arguing with Samsung over that one. This morning I woke up to find my kitchen and dining room flooded - the water chiller tank in the fridge is broken, there's water everywhere, and the fridge is a frosty 65 degrees.
The best money I've spent on a fridge in the last year is the cheap one I put in the garage. It's never broken down, and it works even in the summer in an uncooled garage. This thing? Unless you've got a masochistic streak a mile wide, a bottomless checking account, a love of throwing away food that was perfectly good when you went to bed last night but the fridge managed to destroy while you slept, and someone to stay home all day long waiting for the repairman again, don't even consider it.
I'm either going to call the repairman again, and hope that I get the one guy at the Samsung Authorized Repair Center who actually knows anything about Samsung refrigerators, or I'm stopping on the way home to get a new fridge and toss this thing on the junk heap, where it belongs. It's a toss-up right now.
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