Samsung RB2155BB/XAA Official Refrigerator

OWNER'S MANUAL - Page 2

For RB2155BB/XAA. Also, The document are for others Samsung models: RB1944SL*, RB1955SW*, RB1955VQ*, RB1955SH*, RB2155SW*, RB2155BB*, RB2155SH*

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High-energy efficiency with twin cooling system
Optimized power consumptionwith twin cooling
system when using R134a and cyclopentane.
Humidity controled drawers
This issuitablefor storing dry or wrapped food
(e.g. fresh salads, vegetables and fruit).
Fridge at the top, drawer-type freezer at the
bottom
The highly ergonomic humidity controlled drawers
are placed at waist height for frequent use.
The drawer-type freezer minimizes temperature
variations and stores food cleanly and conveniently.
Digital temperature control display
The display shows all functions of the appliance,
allowing easy control.
Refrigerator and freezertemperatures can be
adjusted separately.
These operating instructions cover various models.
The characteristics of your appliance may differ
slightly from those described in this manual.
Power Freeze
Speeds upthe freezing process in the freezer.
Power Cool
Speeds upthe cooling process in the refrigerator.
Door alarm
When the refrigerator door is left openfor more
than two minutes, a musical alarm is automatically
triggered. This feature helps you save electricity
and preserve stored foods as a reminder to close
the door.
Automatic defrosting in refrigerator/freezer
CONTENTS
FEATURES.................................................................................1
WARNINGS / SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............................ 2
INSTALLING THE REFRIGERATOR / FREEZER.............. 4
PREPARING THE REFRIGERATOR / FREEZER.............. 5
VIEW OF YOUR REFRIGERATOR / FREEZER................ 5
USING THE CONTROL FEATURES.....................................6
CONTROLLING THE FREEZERAND
REFRIGERATOR TEMPERATURES ...................................7
STORING FOOD INTHE REFRIGERATOR
OR FREEZER ..........................................................................8
MAKING ICE .............................................................................9
REMOVING AND CLEANING ACCESSORIES ..................10
REPLACING INTERIOR LIGHTS..........................................11
PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS .............................................12
USAGE PRECAUTIONS .........................................................12
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