What Should I Do with My Refrigerator When I Leave for a Long Time?
If you are not going to be using your refrigerator for a long time, these simple tips can help ensure that the refrigerator will be clean and fresh upon your return: Empty the refrigerator of all its contents. Empty all of the ice out of the ice bucket and ice maker. If the unit has a water
How to Replace the Ice Bucket
A quick video showing you how to replace the ice bucket.
How To Ensure Maximum Ice Production
A quick video showing you how to get the most out of your ice maker.
How To Install And Remove The Refrigerators Door Handles
Learn how to either remove or attach the handles to your refrigerators door. Includes assembly instructions.
How To Deactivate Cooling Off Mode on RF263, RF265, RF266, and RFG293
Locate the Power Freeze and Freezer buttons. Press and hold the Power Freeze and Freezer buttons down at that the same time until you hear a chime sound. It will sound different than the chime sound heard when pressing down on a single button. Tip: Try just pressing the Freezer
Disable Ice Off Function - French Door Refrigerator (RF263)
If the Ice Off indicator light is lit on your Samsung Refrigerator, the ice making function is turned off. Follow along with this video to learn how to restore the ice making function.
Leveling Uneven Doors - French Door Refrigerator (RF263)
If your Samsung refrigerator is not level, the unit may not operate to its maximum potential. Watch this video to learn how to properly level your Samsung Refrigerator.
No Cooling: Demo Mode Activated - French Door Refrigerator (RF263)
When activated, Demo Mode or Cooling Off Mode causes your Samsung refrigerator to stop cooling. This function is only used for demonstrations or in store displays. Follow along with this video to learn how to remove the unit from Demo Mode and rest
Using the Water and Ice Dispenser - French Door Refrigerator (RF263)
Your Samsung French Door Refrigerator has several options for dispensing ice and water. Follow along with this video to learn how to use these controls.
Temperature Control Settings - French Door Refrigerator (RF263)
Your Samsung refrigerator's temperature control settings will vary based on your personal preferences, usage and operating conditions. Follow along with this video to learn how to adjust these settings to fit your needs.
Ice Clumps Inside Bucket - French Door Refrigerator (RF263)
If your Samsung Refrigerator is producing ice but it's not dispensing properly you may need to check your ice bucket for ice clumps. Follow along with this video to learn how.
Freezer Door Usage - French Door Refrigerator (RF263)
Frost in the freezer is usually a result of the freezer drawer not closing completely. Watch this video to learn how to properly open and close the EZ-Open Handle Freezer door of your Samsung refrigerator.
Replacing the Water Filter - French Door Refrigerator (RF263)
Changing the filter on time provides you with the freshest, cleanest water from your Samsung refrigerator. Follow along with this video to learn how to properly change your water filter.
Resetting the Ice Maker - French Door Refrigerator (RF263)
If the ice maker in your Samsung French Door Refrigerator stops producing ice, the lever of the ice maker may have gotten stuck. Follow along with this video to learn how to reset the Ice Maker.
Air Vents Blocked - French Door Refrigerator (RF263)
The Samsung French Door Refrigerator provides even cooling throughout the refrigerator to maintain optimal temperatures to help keep food fresh. It’s important to never block the air vents inside the refrigerator.
Internal Light Operation - French Door Refrigerator (RF263)
The new high-efficiency LED lighting brightens the interior of your beautifully organized Samsung refrigerator, so you'll save money while conserving.
Water Is Not Being Dispensed
If water is not being dispensed, perform the following: Verify neither door is open when trying to dispense water. The dispenser shuts off if either door is open. Verify the Child Lock is not turned on. Click here for more information on Child Lock. Remove the water filter. Click here for
83E, 85E, or 86E Error Codes
The 83E, 85E, and 86E error codes are related to voltage and current reception at the PBA Inverter. 83E specifically is caused by abnormal current caused by things like power surges/outages. Typically, the errors are temporary and can be resolved by unplugging the unit for 60 seconds and then
Checking The Water Connection
Water Connection: img1.gif img2.gif Make sure that your water line is connected with a compression nut/fitting. Make sure that the water supply valve is open completely to ensure water is supplied to the refrigerator. If the water valve is open and water is being supplied to the
Display is 88 88 And Will Not Respond
If the refrigerator's display is showing 88 88 (all Eights), and will not respond to any commands, but is still cooling, unplug the refrigerator for 60 seconds. Then restore power and wait another 60 seconds. Note: Power can also be cut and restored at the breaker box in the home if that is
Ice Cubes Are Stuck Together
Having some ice cubes stick together is not an unusual occurrence. Ice cubes can stick together if the dispenser is not used for extended periods of time. The ice cubes melt and freeze together during the refrigerator defrost cycles. This can also create ice cubes that vary in size, this is
The leak in or around your refrigerator could be caused by one of the following conditions: A damaged water line or coupler. An incorrectly installed water filter. A damaged water dispenser or residual ice in the ice chute. Procedures to correct these conditions and stop the leak are
How To Install The Water Line
Throw out the first 2 full buckets of ice to ensure all impurities have been removed from the water line. 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 ensure a snug, leak-free connection.
The Outside Cabinet And Interior Walls Of The Freezer Feel Warm
The outside cabinet and interior walls may occasionally feel warm. This is a normal condition. The reason they feel warm is that hot pipes and/or cluster pipes used for the automatic defrost function pass between the walls of the cabinet. If the refrigerator's cabinet is getting too hot the