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Samsung RS265TDRS Samsung RS265TDRS 25.5 cu. ft. Side-by-Side Refrigerator Stainless Steel
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RS265TDRS 25.5 cu. ft. Side-by-Side Refrigerator Stainless Steel
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SummaryProduct Title:Samsung RS265TDRS Samsung RS265TDRS 25.5 cu. ft. Side-by-Side
Lowest Price:$1,599.00from Abe's Of Maine
DescriptionRS265TDRS 25.5 cu. ft. Side-by-Side Refrigerator Stainless Steel
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3 Reviews for Samsung RS265TDRS Samsung RS265TDRS 25.5 cu. ft. Side-by-Side Refrigerator Stainless Steel11/11/2011This refrigerator looks really cool, has all sorts of sensors and other electronics, and that may be where the trouble lies. From the beginning, was not happy with the lukewarm water from dispenser (manual says if you don't like it, add ice, no kidding). At 11 months the refrigerator temp rose to 56 degrees and hung there. Electrician replaced computer panel (this refrigerator has a computer), and that solved the problem for one more month. Same thing happened, and this time we learned that the welding on the freon tank was bad, so there was a slow leak that could not be repaired. The repairman said this is a classic issue with many Samsung refrigerators these days. Well, its been nearly two weeks of hanging on customer support lines at Samsung, but we finally have a certificate to replace the refrigerator (the freon unit, thankfully, carries a 5-year warranty). Will not ever buy a Samsung product of any kind again, but then, I'm cranky.08/03/2011Fridge works great, but I found out that you can turn it off with your belly (Im 190 @ 6 feet) when reaching for things you might place on top of the fridge.
The buttons on the ice/water dispenser can turn your condenser off, when pressed at the same time, setting your temps to 0Fc. When that happens your fridge doesn't work and stops producing cold.
Lucky I noticed this before all my food went bad. I called the 800 service number and it was fast and told me the buttons to press to fix this. My temps went up 10 degrees before I fixed it since there is no mention of this in the product literature.05/07/2012I've had the fridge for over 7 months, replacing a 12 year old Kenmore. The first Samsung delivered was a lemon (ice maker and condenser malfunction). Returned.
So, let's start from the top down.
1. The exterior has good, clean lines, with hinges hidden behind the door frame.
2. Handles are secure and doors are easily opened and closed.
3. The ice and water functions are consolidated. You must select ice or water and depress a lever dispense. This is one of the major design flaws of this refrigerator: the ice frequently comes out all at once, often spilling over to the floor below; ice is of poor quality, often coming out with chips, and melts rapidly; water is not adequately cooled-- no cooler than getting from sink faucet. I much prefer Kenmore's dual dispenser,ice size and quality, and water temperature.
4. Icemaker is SLOW. We have to buy or make additional ice even for small gatherings and, like many brands, the icemaker is noisy. However, having it on...