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Why Use & Replace Your Refrigerator Water Filter What Filter Do I Need

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    • 4396395 Interior Turn Filter:

      Refrigerator Water Filter is used in Whirlpool® and KitchenAid® refrigerators with filter access inside the refrigerator. Simply turn the Refrigerator Water Filter to remove and replace. While retaining beneficial fluoride, this NSF® Certified Refrigerator Water Filter reduces cysts, chlorine taste and odor, particulates (class I), lead, and mercury. The contaminants or other substances removed or reduced by this water filter are not necessarily in all users' water. Replacing this Refrigerator Water Filter every 6 months ensures clean, safe drinking water.

    • 4396918 Quarter-Turn Filter:

      This Refrigerator Water Filter is used in Whirlpool®, KitchenAid®, and Maytag® side-by-side refrigerators with filter access in the base grille. Simply turn the Refrigerator Water Filter 1/4 turn to remove and replace. While retaining beneficial fluoride, this NSF® Certified Refrigerator Water Filter reduces chlorine taste and odor, particulates (class II), lead, and mercury. The contaminants or other substances removed or reduced by this water filter are not necessarily in all users' water. Replacing this Refrigerator Water Filter every 6 months ensures clean, safe drinking water. To remove cysts in addition to all the contaminants listed above order filter 8212491.

    • 4396841 Push Button Filter:

      This PuR® Fast-Fill Refrigerator Water Filter is used in Whirlpool®, KitchenAid®, Maytag®, Amana®, and JennAir® Fast-Fill side-by-side refrigerators with filter access in the base grille. While retaining beneficial fluoride, this NSF® Certified Refrigerator Water Filter reduces chlorine taste and odor, particulates (class I), lead, and mercury. Replacing this Refrigerator Water Filter every 6 months ensures clean, safe drinking water. To remove cysts, in additon to the contaminants listed above, order 4396710.

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    • 4396395 Interior Turn Filter:

      This Refrigerator Water Filter is used in Whirlpool® and KitchenAid® refrigerators with filter access inside the refrigerator. Simply turn the Refrigerator Water Filter to remove and replace. While retaining beneficial fluoride, this NSF® Certified Refrigerator Water Filter reduces cysts, chlorine taste and odor, particulates (class I), lead, and mercury. The contaminants or other substances removed or reduced by this water filter are not necessarily in all users' water. Replacing this Refrigerator Water Filter every 6 months ensures clean, safe drinking water.

    • UKF7003 Interior Turn-Maytag, Jenn-Air, & Amana Models Only:

      This Refrigerator Water Filter is used in Maytag®, Amana®, and Jenn-Air® refrigerators with filter access inside the refrigerator. While retaining beneficial fluoride, this NSF® Certified Refrigerator Water Filter reduces cysts, chlorine taste and odor, particulates (class I), lead, and mercury. The contaminants or other substances removed or reduced by this water filter are not necessarily in all users' water. Replacing this Refrigerator Water Filter every 6 months ensures clean, safe drinking water.

    • 8171413 Interior Turn - Whirlpool & KitchenAid Models Only:

      This Refrigerator Water Filter is used in Whirlpool® and KitchenAid® side-by-side and top mount refrigerators with filter access inside the refrigerator. While retaining beneficial fluoride, this NSF® Certified Refrigerator Water Filter reduces chlorine taste and odor, particulates (class I), lead, and mercury. Replacing this Refrigerator Water Filter every 6 months ensures clean, safe drinking water.

    • 4396918 Quarter-Turn Filter:

      This Refrigerator Water Filter is used in Whirlpool®, KitchenAid®, and Maytag® side-by-side refrigerators with filter access in the base grille. Simply turn the Refrigerator Water Filter 1/4 turn to remove and replace. While retaining beneficial fluoride, this NSF® Certified Refrigerator Water Filter reduces chlorine taste and odor, particulates (class II), lead, and mercury. The contaminants or other substances removed or reduced by this water filter are not necessarily in all users' water. Replacing this Refrigerator Water Filter every 6 months ensures clean, safe drinking water. To remove cysts in addition to all the contaminants listed above order filter 8212491.

    • 4396841 Push Button Filter:

      This PuR® Fast-Fill Refrigerator Water Filter is used in Whirlpool®, KitchenAid®, Maytag®, Amana®, and JennAir® Fast-Fill side-by-side refrigerators with filter access in the base grille. While retaining beneficial fluoride, this NSF® Certified Refrigerator Water Filter reduces chlorine taste and odor, particulates (class I), lead, and mercury. Replacing this Refrigerator Water Filter every 6 months ensures clean, safe drinking water. To remove cysts, in additon to the contaminants listed above, order 4396710.

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    • 8171413 Interior Turn Filter:

      This Refrigerator Water Filter is used in Whirlpool® and KitchenAid® side-by-side and top mount refrigerators with filter access inside the refrigerator. While retaining beneficial fluoride, this NSF® Certified Refrigerator Water Filter reduces chlorine taste and odor, particulates (class I), lead, and mercury. Replacing this Refrigerator Water Filter every 6 months ensures clean, safe drinking water.

    • 4396701 In-The-Grille Filter:

      This Refrigerator Water Filter is used in Whirlpool®, KitchenAid®, and JennAir® top freezer refrigerators with filter access in the base grille. While retaining beneficial fluoride, this NSF® Certified Refrigerator Water Filter reduces chlorine taste and odor, particulates (class III), lead and mercury. The contaminants or other substances removed or reduced by this water filter are not necessarily in all users' water. Replacing this Refrigerator Water Filter every 6 months ensures clean, safe drinking water.

 

Why Use & Replace Your Refrigerator Water Filter How to Replace

  • How To Change A Quarter Turn Filter

    1. Locate the water filter cartridge cap in the front base grille.
    2. Remove the filter by rotating the cap counterclockwise to a vertical position and pulling the cap and filter cartridge out though the base grille.
    a. NOTE: There will be some water in the filter. Some spilling may occur.
    3. Remove the filter cap by sliding it off the end of the old filter. The cap will slide to the left or right. Do not discard the cap.
    4. Take the new filter out of its packaging and remove the protective cover from the O-rings.
    5. Slide the filter cap onto the new filter.
    6. With the filter cap in the vertical position, push the new filter into the base grille until it stops. Rotate the filter cap clockwise to a horizontal position.

  • How To Change A Push Button Filter

    1. Locate the water filter cartridge cap in the front base grille.
    2. Remove the filter by pressing the eject button and pulling straight out on the filter cap. Avoid twisting the cap when removing the filter because this could cause the cap to come off. If this occurs, replace the cap and pull the filter straight out.
    a. NOTE: There will be some water in the filter. Some spilling may occur.
    3. Remove the filter cap by turning it counterclockwise until it stops. Do not discard the cap.
    4. Take the new filter out of its packaging and remove the protective cover from the O-rings.
    5. Place the filter cap on the new filter. Align the ridge on the cap with the arrow on the filter. Turn the cap clockwise until it snaps into place.
    6. Push the new filter into the opening in the base grille. As the filter is inserted, the eject button will depress. The eject button will pop back out when the filter is fully engaged. Gently pull on the cap to make sure that the filter is securely in place.

  • How To Change A Bottom Mount/French Door Filter

    1. The water filter is in the door shelf, the filter housing is located in the upper right-hand corner of the fresh food compartment.
    2. There are two different types of filter covers, PUSH or PULL. The PUSH style can be identified with the word PUSH embossed on the end of the filter cover. The PULL style has a recessed tab on the underside of the filter cover.
    2a. For PUSH style, push the tab in and slightly down to open the filter cover.
    2b. For PULL style, pull the tab gently forward to open the filter cover.
    3. Turn the filter counterclockwise until it releases from the filter head. If there is no filter in the housing, there should be a blue bypass cap will be inside the filter opening. To remove this cap, turn counterclockwise about a quarter turn and remove. Then move to Step 5 to install new filter.
    4. Drain water from the filter into a sink, and dispose filter in normal household trash.
    5. Remove the sealing label from the end of the filter cartridge and insert the cartridge into the filter head.
    6. Gently rotate the filter cartridge clockwise until it stops. Snap the filter cover closed.
     

  • How To Purge Air From Line

    1. After replacing the filter, flush air from the water system. Air trapped in the water line or filter may slowly travel through the coiled water reservoir to the dispenser, pushing any water ahead of it. This can cause the dispenser to drip. Thus, water needs to completely fill the lines for all air to be cleared.
    2. Use a sturdy container to press and hold the water dispenser bar for 5 seconds, then release it for 5 seconds. Repeat until the water begins to flow. Once the water begins to flow, continue to press and release the dispenser bar (5 seconds on, 5 seconds off) for an additional 2 minutes. Repeat if dripping starts again because air can re-enter from the water supply.

 

Why Use & Replace Your Refrigerator Water Filter Why Replace

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Why Use & Replace Your Refrigerator Water Filter Benefits

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    • Good For You & Your Family


      Reduce unwanted contaminants -- The EPA estimates that over 40 million U.S. residents use water that may contain excessive levels of lead.*

       

      *Source: www.epa.gov/safewater/lead/lead1/html. The contaminants or other substances reduced by this water filter are not necessarily in all users' water. Use only on municipally treated water or other supply known to be microbiologically safe.
       

    • Good For Your Wallet


      Save up to $600 each year in the U.S. ($400 in Canada) versus bottled water.**

       

       

       

      **Two 6-month 200-gallon/652 L filters (MSRP value) vs. purchasing same amount of 16 oz/500 ml water bottles in 24-pack units at average retail price.
       

    • Good For The Environment


      Help eliminate the disposal of up to 3,000 plastic water bottles each year.**

 

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