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Samsung RFG237 Series User Manual: Using The Ice Dispenser

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using the ice Dispenser

Place a glass underneath the ice dispenser and push gently against the dispenser
lever with your glass. Make sure the glass is in line with the dispenser to prevent the
ice from bouncing out.
Before or during using, wash ice bin/bucket with a mild detergent, rinse well, and dry
thoroughly it. Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners or solvents.
Caution
Please wait 2 seconds before removing the glass under the dispenser to prevent spills.
If the Refrigerator door opens, the Dispenser does not work.
Caution
• When Cubed Ice is selected after using the Crushed Ice mode, a small
amount of residual crushed ice might be produced.
Caution
• If ice doesn't come out, pull out the ice bucket and press the test button
located on the right side of ice maker.
Caution
• Do not press the test button continuously when the tray is filled with ice or water.
Water may overflow or ice jamming may occur.
• Normal Use
To fill the ice bucket to maximum capacity after installation, make sure to
do the following steps.
1. Allow your refrigerator to operate and cool down for 24 hours(or 1 full day).
2. Waiting 24 hours will allow your ice maker to cool properly.
3. Dispense 4 to 6 ice cubes into the glass.
4. After 8 and 16 hours, dispense a full glass of ice.
When you dump the ice from the ice bucket, you should press the dispenser lever
once with the 'ICE CUBED' or 'CRUSHED' function ON to get new ice faster after
Caution
replacing the ice bucket in the refrigerator.
If you use all the ice at once, steps 3 and 4 above must be repeated (before dispensing the first 4 to 6 ice
cubes, you need to wait for 8 hours). This will replenish the ice cubes and ensure maximum ice production.
using the ice off Function
When selecting the Ice Off mode, remove all ice cubes from the bucket. If you are
not using the ice dispenser, the ice cubes may clump together.
Pull the lock lever forward to throw away ice cubes or remove clumped ice from
the bucket. Push the bucket back until you hear a click.
Use only the ice maker provided with the refrigerator.
The water supply to this refrigerator must only be installed/connected by a suitably qualified person and
Caution
connect to a potable water supply only.
In order to operate the ice maker properly, water pressure of 138 ~ 862Kpa is required.
If you have a long vacation or business trip and won't use water or ice dispensers, close the water valve.
-. Otherwise, water leakage may occur.
Wipe excess moisture from inside and leave the doors open.
-. Otherwise, odor and mold may develop.
Do not put your fingers, hands or any other unsuitable objects in the chute or ice-maker bucket.
- It may result in personal injury or material damage.
Never put your finger or any other objects in the dispenser opening.
- It may cause injury.
Do not try to disassemble the ice maker.
Do not wash or spray the ice bucket with water.
Water clouding phenomenon
All water provided to refrigerators flows through the core filter which is an alkaline water filter. In this process,
the pressure in the water that has flowed out of the filter gets increased, and oxygen and nitrogen become
saturated. When this water flows out in the air, the pressure plummets and the oxygen and nitrogen get
supersaturated so that they turn into gas bubbles. The water could look misty due to these oxygen bubbles.The
water may look temporarily cloudy due to these oxygen bubbles. After a few seconds, the water will look clear.
Please wait 1 second before removing the cup after dispensing water to prevent water dribble. Do not pull
out the lever dispenser after taking out ice or water. It comes back automatically. Ice is made in cubes.
When you select "Crushed", the ice maker grinds the ice cubes into crushed ice.
PUSH
Check the
water level
Test button
Operating _25

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