How to Adjust Temperatures on Samsung Refrigerators

Written by ashley hay
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Samsung refrigerators offer a manual temperature control setting that usually comes automatically set to --19 degrees Celsius for the freezer and 3.33 degrees Celsius for the refrigerator. You have the ability to control your refrigerator as well as your freezer's temperature. Some prefer to have ice cream that is rock solid, while others may prefer ice cream that is a little softer. Since you can adjust the temperature yourself, you can have your ice cream just as you like it. Adjust your Samsung refrigerator's temperature settings at any time with little effort.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Locate the control display panel on the front of your Samsung refrigerator.

  2. 2

    View the icons on the display panel and locate the refrigerator and freezer buttons.

  3. 3

    Press the refrigerator icon's button to adjust the temperature inside of your Samsung refrigerator. Press the freezer icon's button to adjust the temperature inside of your Samsung freezer.

  4. 4

    Continue to press the button until you reach your preferred temperature. When pushed, the temperature will raise from 1.11 degrees Celsius to 7.78 degrees Celsius for the refrigerator and from -0-10 degrees Celsius to 0-13.333 degrees Celsius for the freezer. The number will start from the unit's current temperature and will go to a warmer temperature before starting over at its lowest possible temperature.

  5. 5

    Release the button when you are at the temperature that you would like to save as your preferred setting. The display screen will return to the current temperature and will adjust itself accordingly as the temperature changes until it reaches your preferred setting.

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