Samsung RB36T672ESA review
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The RB36T672ESA fridge freezer from Samsung comes with an E energy label, so it shouldn’t use too much electricity to keep your food cold. But can it cool a big batch of fresh shopping down quickly enough to keep bacteria at bay? Read our expert review of this fridge freezer to make sure it’ll provide a safe home for your food.
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