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This NSF® certified Refrigerator Water Filter reduces chlorine taste and odor, particulates, lead, and mercury.

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Good tasting water

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This Refrigerator Ice & Water Filter is used in refrigerators requiring filter W10295370 or W10295370A. While retaining beneficial fluoride, this NSF® certified Refrigerator Water Filter reduces chlorine taste and odor, particulates, lead, and mercury.
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Features

  • NSF certified refrigerator water filter retains beneficial fluoride in water while reducing chlorine taste and odor
  • Reduces particulates, lead, mercury
  • Replace every 6 months
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is it true that light indicating "change water filter" has nothing to do with whether the filter needs to be changed or not - just a timer? Thanks!

    From what was told to me from "repairmen" ...can push button next to green light, several times to reset ...light to green ....and definitely if the water tastes "funny", change filter. Manufacture recommendation is ..."change every 6 months"...but I personally am @ the 10-month "mark" and light is still green and water has no "funny' taste ... I recommend have a new filter "on hand" ..just be proactive/preventive ...

  • Would it work for Kitchenaid refrigerator, the # is the same?

    If the number is the same, it should. Some of the filters work on more than one brand.

  • My filter# is 4396841 - it looks like the above but a different #. It is a Whirlpool. Are they the same?

    It's whirlpool, but the one I've ordered had the same number that it's listed under and one I needed. My refrigerator is the WRT771RWYM whirlpool top freezer and it has interior water filter. Regardless, I wouldn't really suggest ordering here. I ordered from here and after running a couple gallons like normal to clean it it still came out with a really disgusting taste. I ran it even more then tried it same thing. I looked at reviews after that said they had same issue.

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