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Amana AFD2535FES French Door 25 Cu. Ft. Refrigerator

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Amana AFD2535FES French Door 25 Cu. Ft. Refrigerator
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The Amana AFD2535DE 25 cu. ft. Bottom Mount 3-Door Refrigerator is sure to turn heads in your kitchen. The fresh food you use most is right at eye level and the French Door design combines a bottom freezer with twin refrigerator doors, offering style and convenience for any kitchen. A 24.8 cu ft. capacity holds all your day-to-day needs plus extras for special occasions. Electronic Temp-Assure® freshness design puts consistent temperatures at your fingertips. The EasyFill™ internal filtered water dispenser is a faucet in your fridge for cold, fresh water any time. PuriClean II retractable water/ice filter is Amana's longest lasting water filter ever. Temperature controlled Chef's Pantry™ drawer with divider stores the cheddar better - helps keep meats and cheeses fresh. Four half-width adjustable Spillsaver glass shelves stop small spills from becoming big messes. Four EasyGlide™ shelves pull out so even food way in the back can't hide.

Details:
DetailValue
Other SpecsStyle = french doors | Freezer Location = Bottom | Type of Door Swing = Split | Refrigerator Type` = Standard |
Size25 cu. ft.
Energy Star QualificationYes
Depth31.75 in
Height69.88 in
Width35.63 in
Fresh Food Volume17.5 cu. ft
Ice MakerYes
Fresh Food Shelves/Bins4
Shelves/Bins
Freezer Volume7.29 cu. ft
WarrantyLimited One Year
Additional FeaturesAutomatic Defrost
Additional FeaturesAdjustible Shelves,Dairy Door Bin,Egg Bin,Gallon Door Storage,Meat Keeper,Slide-Out Shelves,Spill Proof Shelves,Vegetable Crisper,Wine/Beverage Holder
Volume Capacity24.8 cu. ft
Energy Consumption505 kW
ColorStainless Steel
Water/Ice DispenserYes
Freezer Shelves/Bins2
Refrigerator Door Shelves/Bins5
Federal Standard Energy Consumption594 kWh/year
Percentage Difference from Federal Standard Energy Consumption15 %
Release Date
Models:
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
AFD2535FES

Troubleshooting (taken from User and Maintenance Guide)

 

Problem

Possible Causes

What To Do

Freezer control and lights are on, but compressor is not operating

Refrigerator is in defrost mode.

 

Normal operation.

Wait 40 minutes to see if refrigerator restarts.

 

Crisper drawer

temperature is too warm

 

Refrigerator control settings are too low.

 

Adjust controls

Refrigerator does

not operate

 

Refrigerator is not plugged in.

Plug in refrigerator.

Control is not on.

Adjust controls.

Fuse is blown, or circuit breaker needs to be reset.

Replace any blown fuses.

Check circuit breaker and reset, if necessary.

Power outage has occurred.

 

Call local power company listing to report outage.

Refrigerator still won’t operate

 

Refrigerator is malfunctioning.

 

Unplug refrigerator and transfer food to another refrigerator. If another refrigerator is not available, place dry ice in freezer section to preserve food.

Warranty does not cover food loss.

Contact service for assistance.

Food temperature is too cold

 

Condenser coils are dirty.

Clean according to the chart on page 18.

Refrigerator or freezer controls are set too high.

 

See page 8 to adjust controls.

 

Food temperature

is too warm

 

Door is not closing properly.

Refrigerator is not level. See page 3 for details on how to level your refrigerator.

Check gaskets for proper seal. Clean, if necessary, according to the chart on page 18.

Check for internal obstructions that are keeping door from closing properly (i.e. improperly closed drawers, ice buckets, oversized or improperly stored containers, etc.)

 

Controls need to be adjusted.

See page 8 to adjust controls.

 

Condenser coils are dirty.

Clean according to the chart on page 18.

 

Rear air grille is blocked.

Check the positioning of food items in refrigerator to make sure grille is not blocked. Rear air grilles are

located under crisper drawers.

 

Door has been opened frequently, or has been opened for long periods of time.

Reduce time door is open. Organize food items efficiently to assure door is open for as short a time as possible.

Food has recently been added.

 

Allow time for recently added food to reach refrigerator or freezer temperature.

Refrigerator has

an odor

 

Compartment is dirty or has odor-causing food.

 

 

Clean according to instructions on page 18.

 

                       

Water droplets

form on outside

of refrigerator

 

Check gaskets for proper seal.

Clean according to the chart on page 18.

Humidity levels are high.

Hot, humid weather can increase condensation, turn ENERGY SAVER OFF to reduce moisture (select

Controls require adjustment.

See page 8 to adjust controls.

 

Water droplets form

on inside of

refrigerator

 

Humidity levels are high or door has been left opened frequently.

See page 8 to adjust controls.

Reduce time door is open. Organize food items efficiently to assure door is open for as short a time as possible.

Clean, if necessary, according to the chart on page 18.

 

Refrigerator or ice

maker makes

unfamiliar sounds

or seems too loud

 

Normal operation.

 

See Operating Sounds on page 22.

 

 

                   

Crisper drawers

do not close freely

 

Contents of drawer, or positioning of items in the surrounding compartment could be obstructing drawer.

 

Reposition food items and containers to avoid interference with the drawers.

 

Drawer is not in proper position.

 

See page 9 for proper positioning.

 

Refrigerator is not level.

 

See page 3 for details on how to level your refrigerator.

 

Drawer channels are dirty or need

treatment.

 

Clean drawer channels with warm, soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly.

Apply a thin layer of petroleum jelly to drawer channels.

 


Refrigerator runs

too frequently

Doors have been opened frequently or for long periods of time.


Reduce time door is open. Organize food items efficiently to assure door is open for as short a time as possible.

Allow interior environment to adjust for period the door has been opened.

 

Humidity or heat in surrounding area

is high.

 

Normal operation.

 

Food has recently been added.

 

Allow time for recently added food to reach refrigerator or freezer temperature.

 

Refrigerator is exposed to heat by environment or by appliances nearby.

 

Evaluate your refrigerator’s environment.

Refrigerator may need to be moved to run more efficiently.

 

Condenser coils are dirty.

 

Clean, if necessary, according to the chart on page 18.

 

 

 

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