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Refrigerator Ice and Water Filter
Fix Number FIX11701542
Manufacturer Part Number EDR1RXD1
Your refrigerator water and ice filter should be replaced at least every 6 months, to prevent water that has an undesirable taste and odor, or if left for too long, can cause leaks and ice maker malfunction. The location of this filter can vary depending on your model. Some common locations to check include the top right corner of the interior compartment, the bottom left grille, or the middle of the interior. This filter is an original manufacturer part and NSF-certified. It has a straightforward, quick-turn installation feature that does not require the use of tools.
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  • Ice maker dispenses too little ice
  • Ice maker not making ice
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Air Filter
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Fix Number FIX1993820
Manufacturer Part Number EAFCBF
This is an authentic air filter for refrigerators, sold individually. It helps to reduce strong odors and impurities found in the air. This filter needs to be replaced every 6 months to ensure it is working at full efficiency. The air filter can be found in different areas of your refrigerator depending on the model but is commonly found on the inner right or left side. Replacing it is very quick and easy and does not require tools. It is as simple as removing the old one and sliding the new one into place.
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  • Fridge too cold
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Refrigerator Air Filter
Fix Number FIX2580853
Manufacturer Part Number W10311524
Your refrigerator air filter should be replaced at least every 6 months to ensure its working as it should. This part is responsible for reducing common food odors and bacteria in the air, improving unpleasant smells and flavor of ice. The location of this part can vary from model to model; however, it is commonly found under a small cover on the back-middle-top of your refrigerator, which can usually be popped off quite easily. This is part does not include the indicator; it is the filter only.
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  • Clicking sound
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Water Filter
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Fix Number FIX11722130
Manufacturer Part Number EDR4RXD1
This package contains one individual water filter that is NSF-certified, and OEM approved. To ensure that the filter is successfully removing contaminants, it will need to be replaced at least every 6 months or 200 gallons of water. This will ensure tasteless and odor-free water. It has approximate measurements of 2-1/2 inches deep, 1-1/2 inches wide, and 8 inches high. This is a simple installation. This filter is found on the interior of the refrigerator in a drop-down style housing. Pop out the old filter, slide the new filter in place and turn it until it clicks. Be careful not to over-tighten. Close the cover. Run your dispenser to activate the filter and clear out air bubbles. A loud air pressure sound is completely normal. Reset your water filter indicator if applicable.
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  • Fridge too cold
  • Ice maker dispenses too little ice
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Water Filter
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Fix Number FIX503621
Manufacturer Part Number WF2CB
If it is time for a new water filter in your refrigerator, swapping out this genuine OEM part is an easy job. The filter is found at the front, top right corner in your fridge. Simply press the release button in the corner to remove the old filter. Remove the protective end caps from your new filter before inserting it into the holder. Once it has clicked into place, you can then prime the filter by running water through the dispenser for about three minutes. You can reset the indicator light by pressing and holding for 3-10 seconds once you have finished swapping out the filter. Your water filter should be replaced about every six months, or once 200 gallons of water have been used. The filter helps to reduce chemicals and impurities in your water, such as lead or herbicides.
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  • Fridge too cold
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Refrigerator Water Filter
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Fix Number FIX11722128
Manufacturer Part Number EDR3RXD1
It is recommended to replace your refrigerator water filter every 6 months or 200 gallons of water. This will ensure consistently good-tasting water that is free of pollutants. This NSF-certified filter is designed so it is easily accessible and simple to replace. It can be found in the front, bottom panel of your appliance. Remove your new filter from the packaging, making sure to remove the port cover. Pop out the older filter by pressing the push-button to the left of the filter, reapply the bottom cap to the new one, and slide it into the holder until you hear a click. To activate the filter, thoroughly run the dispenser, a loud air pressure sound is normal. This filter is sold individually.
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  • Ice maker dispenses too little ice
  • Ice maker not making ice
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Water Filter
Fix Number FIX11722126
Manufacturer Part Number EDR2RXD1
This water filter is a genuine replacement for bottom-freezer refrigerators that accept a Filter 2. it is certified to remove up to 24 different contaminants which include pharmaceuticals, waterborne parasites, lead, and pesticides. The filter should be replaced every six months, or when 200 gallons of water have passed through, to ensure optimum contaminant reduction. The filter is found in the top right corner of your fridge, and replacing it is easy. Simply pop out the old one (keep a bucket underneath to catch any water) and slide in the new one. You will hear a click once it has locked into place. You should run water through the filter for a couple minutes prior to use. This filter measures approximately two inches wide, two inches deep, and 7.5 inches long.
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Refrigerator Ice and Water Filter
Fix Number FIX8746144
Manufacturer Part Number MWFP
This is an OEM replacement water filter for your refrigerator. The manufacturer suggests replacing this filter every 6 months or 300 gallons of water. If not replaced regularly, you will risk contaminants getting into your water, and poor performance of your water dispenser and/or icemaker. This filter has a twist and lock design, making the replacement of this part very simple and tool-free. Please note that the manufacturer has updated this filter, so if this is the first time installing it you may require an adapter, which is sold separately. If your model has a reset button, do not forget to hold it down for a few seconds to reset the indicator once you?ve replaced this part.
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  • Fridge too warm
  • Ice maker dispenses too little ice
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Water Filter
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Fix Number FIX503627
Manufacturer Part Number WFCB
This genuine OEM water filter improves the taste and quality of your water by filtering out contaminants like sediment, lead, herbicides, pesticides, and chlorine. The water filter in your fridge should be changed every six months, or when it has treated 200 gallons of water, whichever comes first. Signs that your filter is overdue is if the taste or odor of your water has changed, or the water dispenser on your fridge has slowed down or stopped dispensing. After changing out the filter, you should run water through the dispenser for about three minutes in order to condition the filter.
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  • Ice maker dispenses too little ice
  • Ice maker not making ice
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Water Filter
Fix Number FIX11722132
Manufacturer Part Number EDR5RXD1
This ice and water filter is NSF-certified to filter out sediment, chlorine, and lead to improve the taste and odor of your water. It is recommended to change the filter every six month, or after 200 gallons of water have passed through. Replacing the filter is a simple job that does not require any tools, just be sure to shut off the ice maker beforehand. The filter is located below the fridge door in the kick plate grill, behind the round cap. Rotate the cap a quarter turn counterclockwise, so it goes from a horizontal to a vertical position. Pull the filter out giving it a wiggle if necessary to get it loose. Slide the holder cap off the old filter and place onto the new one. Remove the protective cover from the end of the filter and insert it into place, with the holder cap in the vertical position. This time make a quarter turn in the clockwise direction, so the holder is back in a horizontal position. This is a genuine OEM part that measures approximately 2.5 inches in diameter and 10.5 inches long.
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  • Ice maker dispenses too little ice
  • Ice maker not making ice
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