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Samsung RF260BEAESR 26 cu.ft. French Door Refrigerator
Samsung RF260BEAESR 26 cu.ft. French Door Refrigerator
Samsung RF260BEAESR 26 cu.ft. French Door Refrigerator
Samsung RF260BEAESR 26 cu.ft. French Door Refrigerator
Samsung RF260BEAESR 26 cu.ft. French Door Refrigerator
Samsung RF260BEAESR 26 cu.ft. French Door Refrigerator
Samsung RF260BEAESR 26 cu.ft. French Door Refrigerator

Samsung RF260BEAESR 26 cu.ft. French Door Refrigerator

Samsung RF260BEAESR 26 cu.ft. French Door Refrigerator
Samsung RF260BEAESR 26 cu.ft. French Door Refrigerator
Samsung RF260BEAESR 26 cu.ft. French Door Refrigerator
Samsung RF260BEAESR 26 cu.ft. French Door Refrigerator
Samsung RF260BEAESR 26 cu.ft. French Door Refrigerator
Samsung RF260BEAESR 26 cu.ft. French Door Refrigerator
Samsung RF260BEAESR 26 cu.ft. French Door Refrigerator
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  • This refurbished product is tested and certified to look and work like new. The refurbishing process includes functionality testing, basic cleaning, inspection, and repackaging. The product ships with all relevant accessories, and may arrive in a generic box

Description

This French door refrigerator by Samsung features modern, sleek design that will enhance any kitchen. Its flexible interior is lit with high-efficiency LED lights and will fit up to 25.5 cu. ft. of groceries. The unit's Twin Cooling Plus helps to keep air at higher, near-commercial grade humidity levels to keep perishable fruits and vegetables from spoiling quickly. Cooler freezer air means less freezer burn for better-tasting frozen foods. Dual-action cooling systems simultaneously locks in freshness in the refrigerator without affecting freezer air temperatures.


Brand Name Samsung Electronics


Model Info RF260BEAESR/AA


Item Weight 306 pounds


Product Dimensions 36 x 36 x 70 inches


Item model number RF260BEAESR/AA


Capacity 26 Cubic Feet


Part Number RF260BEAESR/AA


Form Factor French_door


Color Stainless-Steel


Shelf Type Wire


Certification Energy Star


ASIN B0084IX6RO


Customer Reviews 1.7 out of 5 stars 15 ratings 1.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #5,180 in Appliances (See Top 100 in Appliances) #760 in Refrigerators


Date First Available May 19, 2012


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Features

  • This refurbished product is tested and certified to look and work like new. The refurbishing process includes functionality testing, basic cleaning, inspection, and repackaging. The product ships with all relevant accessories, and may arrive in a generic box

Description

This French door refrigerator by Samsung features modern, sleek design that will enhance any kitchen. Its flexible interior is lit with high-efficiency LED lights and will fit up to 25.5 cu. ft. of groceries. The unit's Twin Cooling Plus helps to keep air at higher, near-commercial grade humidity levels to keep perishable fruits and vegetables from spoiling quickly. Cooler freezer air means less freezer burn for better-tasting frozen foods. Dual-action cooling systems simultaneously locks in freshness in the refrigerator without affecting freezer air temperatures.


Brand Name Samsung Electronics


Model Info RF260BEAESR/AA


Item Weight 306 pounds


Product Dimensions 36 x 36 x 70 inches


Item model number RF260BEAESR/AA


Capacity 26 Cubic Feet


Part Number RF260BEAESR/AA


Form Factor French_door


Color Stainless-Steel


Shelf Type Wire


Certification Energy Star


ASIN B0084IX6RO


Customer Reviews 1.7 out of 5 stars 15 ratings 1.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #5,180 in Appliances (See Top 100 in Appliances) #760 in Refrigerators


Date First Available May 19, 2012


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • This refurbished product is tested and certified to look and work like new. The refurbishing process includes functionality testing, basic cleaning, inspection, and repackaging. The product ships with all relevant accessories, and may arrive in a generic box

Description

This French door refrigerator by Samsung features modern, sleek design that will enhance any kitchen. Its flexible interior is lit with high-efficiency LED lights and will fit up to 25.5 cu. ft. of groceries. The unit's Twin Cooling Plus helps to keep air at higher, near-commercial grade humidity levels to keep perishable fruits and vegetables from spoiling quickly. Cooler freezer air means less freezer burn for better-tasting frozen foods. Dual-action cooling systems simultaneously locks in freshness in the refrigerator without affecting freezer air temperatures.


Brand Name Samsung Electronics


Model Info RF260BEAESR/AA


Item Weight 306 pounds


Product Dimensions 36 x 36 x 70 inches


Item model number RF260BEAESR/AA


Capacity 26 Cubic Feet


Part Number RF260BEAESR/AA


Form Factor French_door


Color Stainless-Steel


Shelf Type Wire


Certification Energy Star


ASIN B0084IX6RO


Customer Reviews 1.7 out of 5 stars 15 ratings 1.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #5,180 in Appliances (See Top 100 in Appliances) #760 in Refrigerators


Date First Available May 19, 2012


abunda_amazon_reviews After using the Samsung refrigerator for a year, we noticed there was ice gathering under the crisper drawers. This causes things like vegetables in those drawers to freeze. When I called Samsung support, they had me unplug and defrost it as the first step. I found that there was a clear sheet of plastic the installers forgot to remove from the freezer drawer. I was hoping the problem would be solved after removing it. No ... still ice forming. Called support again a few months later ... only solution they have is for me to pay for a technician to come out to diagnosis the problem. Even after explaining what I thought the problem might be based on many other complaints, they could not say if it would be covered under the 5-year warranty for Parts and Labor on the Sealed Refrigeration System.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Ice forms under crisper drawers;;Kathy Slattengren;;;They might make great cell phones and TVs, but they absolutely SUCK at refrigerators. I've had a technician out 4 times for "fixes" with the ice maker and supporting parts. After the FIFTH call to Samsung the water and ice would not dispense from the door. The tech said the LED board on the door had "died" and another part had to be ordered. Samsung has now contacted me and wants to give me a refund for the purchase price because they agree my fridge is a lemon and will likely continue to have breakdown issues. That's a nice jesture, but I've had to spend almost 5 intermittent hours on the phone with them (mostly on hold) to complete B.S. paperwork to get the refund. And the kicker is I bought mine on sale in a bundle deal at Costco. The amount they want to give me is not enough to buy another brand that is comparable. Honestly, the reviews I've read for Frigidaires, Whirlpools, LG. Bosch and GE all complain about the same things: small ice cubes; the noise the ice maker makes; ice/frost build up in crispers, water on the door is not cold and it drips off and on; top shelf is warmer than bottom shelf; food freezing near the back, and a host of other annoying issues. At this point it's going to be a hit or miss. Just don't get a Samsung!!! You know it's crap if Samsung calls YOU and wants to give you a refund. And get this, they don't even want it back. Not even for parts. If you do buy one, take the extended waranty. Oh, and pray.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;DON'T BUY SAMSUNG;;KayCee;;;Buyers beware! This is my second samsung refrigerator and I have experienced problems with both. My first Samsung fridge, had a problem with the internal evaporator and fan--it took 3 visits for the repairperson to correctly diagnose the problem and replace the defective parts. In the meantime, because the fridge was not working properly to evaporate the water, it was condensing and pooling under the produce bins until after a week-long vacation, I came back to a kitchen with damaged wooden floors-surprise, Samsung. Still, when it was time to buy a new fridge, I've liked the design and functionality of the Samsung fridge that I replaced an older fridge with this one. Bad move. This one in particular, is a new fridge that was put in service for less than a month in late May/early June 2014. Within a month, the fridge started to generate a loud whining noise coming from the compressor/fan area in the back. The noise became more pronounced and only occur each time the compressor and fan were running. Samsung dispatched a contracted service provider 3 times to diagnose the problem. In the first visit, the repairman opened the rear panel and closed the panel outside of the frame of the fridge, thinking the fan was hitting the grates on the panel. This solution lasted a week, The second time, the repairman changed the internal evaporating unit and fans. This lasted a month. The third time, I was advised to make a recording of the noise. Well, I made 3, each one louder than the last. The third time the repairman came and wedge foam pieces between the coils in the back of the unit. The solution lasted a month. I've also asked the repairman to issue a replacement ticket for the fridge. To my surprise, I've learned that Samsung WILL NOT exchange defective fridges--imagine that. And I've thought that a reputable company like Samsung would stand behind its products. At the moment, the options I have are to either escalate my problem with a small claims since Samsung will not honor its guarantee/warranty or replace the fridge with another brand. Don't buy Samsung products. Update: the fridge is not under warranty anymore and I decided to not buy an extended warranty due to the risk of Samsung not honoring the contract in the future. I am waiting for the fridge to stop working to replace it with a Maytag or GE. Since the last time the repairman came and wedge foam pieces around the coil, the fridge has not made more whirling and whining noises but it still shakes vigorously at unpredictable moments. The high pitched noises are caused by one long copper coil leading out of the compressor--it appears the design and placement of the long copper coil above the condenser/compressor absorbed the vibrations from the motor. The vibrations are amplified in the coil causing the high pitch sound. Think of it as our personal mechanical cricket.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2014;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;incessant whirling noise from compressor and fans - Samsung won't replace;;pacifico;;;We had a similar/older Samsung fridge that worked great. When we remodeled our kitchen we replaced the fridge with this model because of the stainless steel color (previous fridge was white). We deeply regret the purchase. Previous fridge was much better. Sorry to see Samsung quality going down. We'll have to switch to a different brand in the future. Current fridge has freezer burns and all kind of low & weird noises even when the ice maker is off. We called support in warranty and they told us the fridge works fine. None of the previous fridges I've owned (including the one from Samsung) had these issues.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Freezer burns;;Dani;;;After two years of use the shelf that supports the vegetable and fruit drawers formed many green/black mold spots under the center/rear. They can be cleaned under the shelf itself when the drawers are removed. But the shelf is supported in the center by a 2-inch-wide assembly that also supports the CoolSelect Pantry shelf. The mold is unreachable where the shelf contacts the 2-inch-wide assembly. The entire shelf/drawer/pantry structure would need removal and disassembly to clean the trapped mold. I'm not about to pay a service man to clean the unit. I will purchase another brand.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 26, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Uncleanable Mold accumulates above vegetable drawer;;Len

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Kathy Slattengren - Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2019
Ice forms under crisper drawers
After using the Samsung refrigerator for a year, we noticed there was ice gathering under the crisper drawers. This causes things like vegetables in those drawers to freeze. When I called Samsung support, they had me unplug and defrost it as the first step. I found that there was a clear sheet of plastic the installers forgot to remove from the freezer drawer. I was hoping the problem would be solved after removing it. No ... still ice forming. Called support again a few months later ... only solution they have is for me to pay for a technician to come out to diagnosis the problem. Even after explaining what I thought the problem might be based on many other complaints, they could not say if it would be covered under the 5-year warranty for Parts and Labor on the Sealed Refrigeration System.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By KayCee - Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2020
DON'T BUY SAMSUNG
They might make great cell phones and TVs, but they absolutely SUCK at refrigerators. I've had a technician out 4 times for "fixes" with the ice maker and supporting parts. After the FIFTH call to Samsung the water and ice would not dispense from the door. The tech said the LED board on the door had "died" and another part had to be ordered. Samsung has now contacted me and wants to give me a refund for the purchase price because they agree my fridge is a lemon and will likely continue to have breakdown issues. That's a nice jesture, but I've had to spend almost 5 intermittent hours on the phone with them (mostly on hold) to complete B.S. paperwork to get the refund. And the kicker is I bought mine on sale in a bundle deal at Costco. The amount they want to give me is not enough to buy another brand that is comparable. Honestly, the reviews I've read for Frigidaires, Whirlpools, LG. Bosch and GE all complain about the same things: small ice cubes; the noise the ice maker makes; ice/frost build up in crispers, water on the door is not cold and it drips off and on; top shelf is warmer than bottom shelf; food freezing near the back, and a host of other annoying issues. At this point it's going to be a hit or miss. Just don't get a Samsung!!! You know it's crap if Samsung calls YOU and wants to give you a refund. And get this, they don't even want it back. Not even for parts. If you do buy one, take the extended waranty. Oh, and pray.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By pacifico - Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2014
incessant whirling noise from compressor and fans - Samsung won't replace
Buyers beware! This is my second samsung refrigerator and I have experienced problems with both. My first Samsung fridge, had a problem with the internal evaporator and fan--it took 3 visits for the repairperson to correctly diagnose the problem and replace the defective parts. In the meantime, because the fridge was not working properly to evaporate the water, it was condensing and pooling under the produce bins until after a week-long vacation, I came back to a kitchen with damaged wooden floors-surprise, Samsung. Still, when it was time to buy a new fridge, I've liked the design and functionality of the Samsung fridge that I replaced an older fridge with this one. Bad move. This one in particular, is a new fridge that was put in service for less than a month in late May/early June 2014. Within a month, the fridge started to generate a loud whining noise coming from the compressor/fan area in the back. The noise became more pronounced and only occur each time the compressor and fan were running. Samsung dispatched a contracted service provider 3 times to diagnose the problem. In the first visit, the repairman opened the rear panel and closed the panel outside of the frame of the fridge, thinking the fan was hitting the grates on the panel. This solution lasted a week, The second time, the repairman changed the internal evaporating unit and fans. This lasted a month. The third time, I was advised to make a recording of the noise. Well, I made 3, each one louder than the last. The third time the repairman came and wedge foam pieces between the coils in the back of the unit. The solution lasted a month. I've also asked the repairman to issue a replacement ticket for the fridge. To my surprise, I've learned that Samsung WILL NOT exchange defective fridges--imagine that. And I've thought that a reputable company like Samsung would stand behind its products. At the moment, the options I have are to either escalate my problem with a small claims since Samsung will not honor its guarantee/warranty or replace the fridge with another brand. Don't buy Samsung products. Update: the fridge is not under warranty anymore and I decided to not buy an extended warranty due to the risk of Samsung not honoring the contract in the future. I am waiting for the fridge to stop working to replace it with a Maytag or GE. Since the last time the repairman came and wedge foam pieces around the coil, the fridge has not made more whirling and whining noises but it still shakes vigorously at unpredictable moments. The high pitched noises are caused by one long copper coil leading out of the compressor--it appears the design and placement of the long copper coil above the condenser/compressor absorbed the vibrations from the motor. The vibrations are amplified in the coil causing the high pitch sound. Think of it as our personal mechanical cricket.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Dani - Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2019
Freezer burns
We had a similar/older Samsung fridge that worked great. When we remodeled our kitchen we replaced the fridge with this model because of the stainless steel color (previous fridge was white). We deeply regret the purchase. Previous fridge was much better. Sorry to see Samsung quality going down. We'll have to switch to a different brand in the future. Current fridge has freezer burns and all kind of low & weird noises even when the ice maker is off. We called support in warranty and they told us the fridge works fine. None of the previous fridges I've owned (including the one from Samsung) had these issues.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Len - Reviewed in the United States on July 26, 2020
Uncleanable Mold accumulates above vegetable drawer
After two years of use the shelf that supports the vegetable and fruit drawers formed many green/black mold spots under the center/rear. They can be cleaned under the shelf itself when the drawers are removed. But the shelf is supported in the center by a 2-inch-wide assembly that also supports the CoolSelect Pantry shelf. The mold is unreachable where the shelf contacts the 2-inch-wide assembly. The entire shelf/drawer/pantry structure would need removal and disassembly to clean the trapped mold. I'm not about to pay a service man to clean the unit. I will purchase another brand.

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Kathy Slattengren - Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2019
Ice forms under crisper drawers
After using the Samsung refrigerator for a year, we noticed there was ice gathering under the crisper drawers. This causes things like vegetables in those drawers to freeze. When I called Samsung support, they had me unplug and defrost it as the first step. I found that there was a clear sheet of plastic the installers forgot to remove from the freezer drawer. I was hoping the problem would be solved after removing it. No ... still ice forming. Called support again a few months later ... only solution they have is for me to pay for a technician to come out to diagnosis the problem. Even after explaining what I thought the problem might be based on many other complaints, they could not say if it would be covered under the 5-year warranty for Parts and Labor on the Sealed Refrigeration System.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By KayCee - Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2020
DON'T BUY SAMSUNG
They might make great cell phones and TVs, but they absolutely SUCK at refrigerators. I've had a technician out 4 times for "fixes" with the ice maker and supporting parts. After the FIFTH call to Samsung the water and ice would not dispense from the door. The tech said the LED board on the door had "died" and another part had to be ordered. Samsung has now contacted me and wants to give me a refund for the purchase price because they agree my fridge is a lemon and will likely continue to have breakdown issues. That's a nice jesture, but I've had to spend almost 5 intermittent hours on the phone with them (mostly on hold) to complete B.S. paperwork to get the refund. And the kicker is I bought mine on sale in a bundle deal at Costco. The amount they want to give me is not enough to buy another brand that is comparable. Honestly, the reviews I've read for Frigidaires, Whirlpools, LG. Bosch and GE all complain about the same things: small ice cubes; the noise the ice maker makes; ice/frost build up in crispers, water on the door is not cold and it drips off and on; top shelf is warmer than bottom shelf; food freezing near the back, and a host of other annoying issues. At this point it's going to be a hit or miss. Just don't get a Samsung!!! You know it's crap if Samsung calls YOU and wants to give you a refund. And get this, they don't even want it back. Not even for parts. If you do buy one, take the extended waranty. Oh, and pray.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By pacifico - Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2014
incessant whirling noise from compressor and fans - Samsung won't replace
Buyers beware! This is my second samsung refrigerator and I have experienced problems with both. My first Samsung fridge, had a problem with the internal evaporator and fan--it took 3 visits for the repairperson to correctly diagnose the problem and replace the defective parts. In the meantime, because the fridge was not working properly to evaporate the water, it was condensing and pooling under the produce bins until after a week-long vacation, I came back to a kitchen with damaged wooden floors-surprise, Samsung. Still, when it was time to buy a new fridge, I've liked the design and functionality of the Samsung fridge that I replaced an older fridge with this one. Bad move. This one in particular, is a new fridge that was put in service for less than a month in late May/early June 2014. Within a month, the fridge started to generate a loud whining noise coming from the compressor/fan area in the back. The noise became more pronounced and only occur each time the compressor and fan were running. Samsung dispatched a contracted service provider 3 times to diagnose the problem. In the first visit, the repairman opened the rear panel and closed the panel outside of the frame of the fridge, thinking the fan was hitting the grates on the panel. This solution lasted a week, The second time, the repairman changed the internal evaporating unit and fans. This lasted a month. The third time, I was advised to make a recording of the noise. Well, I made 3, each one louder than the last. The third time the repairman came and wedge foam pieces between the coils in the back of the unit. The solution lasted a month. I've also asked the repairman to issue a replacement ticket for the fridge. To my surprise, I've learned that Samsung WILL NOT exchange defective fridges--imagine that. And I've thought that a reputable company like Samsung would stand behind its products. At the moment, the options I have are to either escalate my problem with a small claims since Samsung will not honor its guarantee/warranty or replace the fridge with another brand. Don't buy Samsung products. Update: the fridge is not under warranty anymore and I decided to not buy an extended warranty due to the risk of Samsung not honoring the contract in the future. I am waiting for the fridge to stop working to replace it with a Maytag or GE. Since the last time the repairman came and wedge foam pieces around the coil, the fridge has not made more whirling and whining noises but it still shakes vigorously at unpredictable moments. The high pitched noises are caused by one long copper coil leading out of the compressor--it appears the design and placement of the long copper coil above the condenser/compressor absorbed the vibrations from the motor. The vibrations are amplified in the coil causing the high pitch sound. Think of it as our personal mechanical cricket.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Dani - Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2019
Freezer burns
We had a similar/older Samsung fridge that worked great. When we remodeled our kitchen we replaced the fridge with this model because of the stainless steel color (previous fridge was white). We deeply regret the purchase. Previous fridge was much better. Sorry to see Samsung quality going down. We'll have to switch to a different brand in the future. Current fridge has freezer burns and all kind of low & weird noises even when the ice maker is off. We called support in warranty and they told us the fridge works fine. None of the previous fridges I've owned (including the one from Samsung) had these issues.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Len - Reviewed in the United States on July 26, 2020
Uncleanable Mold accumulates above vegetable drawer
After two years of use the shelf that supports the vegetable and fruit drawers formed many green/black mold spots under the center/rear. They can be cleaned under the shelf itself when the drawers are removed. But the shelf is supported in the center by a 2-inch-wide assembly that also supports the CoolSelect Pantry shelf. The mold is unreachable where the shelf contacts the 2-inch-wide assembly. The entire shelf/drawer/pantry structure would need removal and disassembly to clean the trapped mold. I'm not about to pay a service man to clean the unit. I will purchase another brand.