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Depress the alarm button for 3 seconds.
User Preferences:
• Activate or turn off Super Cool (select models) • Change the temperature display from °F to °C
• Enable or disable audible alarms. • Adjust the light level at which the Dispenser Auto Light will illuminate (when this feature is activated on the ice and water dispenser) (select models)
• Activate the Sabbath Mode To access the User

Preferences menu, press and hold the Door Alarm pad for three seconds. When in the User Preferences mode, a short title for the feature will appear in the Freezer temperature display and the feature status will appear in the Fresh Food display.

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday

What type device is the wine opener? Who makes it? There should be a manual for it.

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday

Sounds like you might be low on freon..or the compressor is going bad..

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday

Hold down "Energy Saving" and "Lighting" buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds (or top left & right buttons). Display panel returns immediately. Or try pressing the power freeze and vacation buttons for about 3 secs and it worked great.

Samsung... | Answered 2 days ago


Refrigerators | Answered 2 days ago

I went through this same thing! You probably can't find an eject button because there isn't one on the model that you have. It probably isn't turning because it's just stuck and you have to just have confidence that you're not breaking it and force it to the left - all of a sudden, it will "pop" and turn easily.

Here is a great link to show you the different types of Kitchen Aid refrigerator filters - which kind has an eject button and which doesn't:

I also found a great (and short!) video from Kitchen Aid that really helped me see how to do it. Try this one - I thought it was the best:

Finally knowing there wasn't an "eject" button saved me many hours of looking, and the tip about using the handles of the plyers worked great.

It is really discouraging to think you can't just screw out a water filter, but it isn't you. The directions are misleading - they don't match what you're seeing, and it doesn't twist out easily - it has to be forced....and THEN it twists out easily.

Hope this helps. It worked for me when I'd completely given up.

Best of luck!


KitchenAid... | Answered 3 days ago

maybe it is lack of oil inside its bearing that causes noise and stop by high friction inside.

Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 05, 2019

okay - we have had this same problem for around 6 weeks - We called a service repairman to come out and he said that these "floaties" are harmless bacteria. We should disconnect the filter and flush the system by using 1 gallon of water a day (wasting it) after the chlorine in the water is allowed to build up again then the "floaties"- bacteria- will go away---- gross :-( We will see if it works---

Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 03, 2019

Sounds like the evaporator is icing up, possibly the defrost thermostat. Find where the cold air comes from and follow it back to the cold source, remove the covers. Your problem is that it only got seasonal use. Fridges are freezers need to be left on all the time.

Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 03, 2019

The replacement thermostat also may be defective (it happens). However, there may actually be a circuitry problem that replacement thermostats can't fix.

Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 03, 2019

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