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Samsung RF4287HARS 28 cu ft French Door Refrigerator with 5 Spill Proof Glass Shelves Twin Cooling Plus System Surround Air Flow FlexZone Drawer Counter Height Design and External IceWater DispenserStainless SteelRF4287HABP160 RF4287HAWP
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Product Title: Samsung - RF4287HARS Refrigeration Refrigerator French door
Power Score: 4.3 | 20 Reviews
Freezer Location: bottom
Product Reviews (10)
Love this unit and very happy with it
Besides being very attractive it is very user friendly and has a lot more storage space than our prior 2-door refrigerator. Most important is my wife loves it!
By diesel on Home Depot - Jun 11, 2013
New Refrigerator broken - Two Weeks to fix...
Seems to have all the features but our water dispenser does not shut off. Its going to take at least 2-4 weeks to fix.
By Peter on Home Depot - Jun 6, 2013
We love this refrigerator!
Our favorite feature is the middle drawer where we keep drinks at 33 degrees. I am impressed with the sliding drawer in the bottom freezer, the easy control panel, and now the thin icemaker seems to never run out of ice.
By on Home Depot - Jun 4, 2013
All good except the part about being cold......
2 stars because it's all good except door storage temp too high, and getting things cold is the whole point here, Samsung are your listening? This fridge we thought was the greatest thing since sliced bread, very quiet. But after a few weeks we began to notice items kept in doors (a huge percentage of useable space) were not cold enough. Tried all the lowest settings before calling service. Was...
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2 stars because it's all good except door storage temp too high, and getting things cold is the whole point here, Samsung are your listening? This fridge we thought was the greatest thing since sliced bread, very quiet. But after a few weeks we began to notice items kept in doors (a huge percentage of useable space) were not cold enough. Tried all the lowest settings before calling service. Was told that as long as I'm able to achieve an internal temperature between 34°- 46° that was within their specs. Supervisor told me same thing but also said my thermometers (4) were obviously off, and since none were made by Samsung we didn't know if they were even accurate (forget about the noticeably not cold door items). I asked about acquiring a Samsung thermometer and was told they don't make thermometers. We could not get the door temp below 38° using the coldest setting and checking product internal temp as well as air temp first thing in am over several days, using several different thermometers, several times, and coldest inside center bottom back of fridge around 38° was about the coldest we ever got. During day we recorded 40-42° product temp in door, federal guidelines for milk are below 40°. I'm pretty sure it was a temp sensor issue, but Samsung would not for the life of them acknowledge something may be faulty. Ok so we knew what to expect from their cust service by now, and the fridge door milk rose above 40° throughout the day. I decided I did not need this aggravation on a near 3k $ refrigerator. Lets see if we can just return this and forget about Samsung altogether. Yes, yay Home Depot, they know customer service. We both LOVE our new GE, gets cold, even in doors and without the non-existant thermometers. Now we're both happy. Another note regarding the forth door/drawer, we didn't like it after all, you had to open it to see what was in there after opening upper section, so much for energy efficiency. I suppose if you have small children and that's their drawer and you can remember what is in there it would be good, but we like the fact on the new 3 door that all is right there to see.
By iJon on Home Depot - May 28, 2013
ice maker loud and small
The refrigerator itself is great. The problem is the ice maker. If you have a family of more they two don't buy it.The ice maker is loud and the capacity of the ice maker is to small. when we entertain we have to go out and buy ice
By bruce on Home Depot - May 17, 2013