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Household Sediment Filter Set
Fix Number FIX220410
Manufacturer Part Number FXUSCThis water filter cartridge is a manufacturer-approved replacement part for your home water filter. It helps filter rust, sand, sediment, and soil from your water. This is a pack of two filter cartridges. It has a filter life of 16,000 gallons, or three months. This replacement filter will fit any water filter that houses 9-3/4 inch x 2-1/2 inch cartridges.
DS FLTR FQSVF REPLACEMENT
Fix Number FIX16216902
Manufacturer Part Number FQSVNUsed with water filter systems.
Patrick from Wildwood, FL
Filters last appo. 3 mths then must be replaced.Simply twist old filter off, then apply new filter and twist back on till it locks in postion. Case closed can not leak, good for another 3 months. And water is as good as it gets... Read more...
Brine Valve Clip
Fix Number FIX311352
Manufacturer Part Number WS60X10004Used in Water Filters.
Jerry from Bentonville, AR
Leaks in connection between the bypass valve and the unit.Installed new o- rings in the connection to the unit. Read more...
Water Filter - Pleated
Fix Number FIX220393
Manufacturer Part Number FXHSCSold individually.
Richard G from Charlestown, RI
Front lower plastic foot guard covering unit leveling adjustments.Original guard broke in two while washing same to re-install. Found replacement on the website, made purchase and waited for delivery. Two screws and a few minutes later, the replacement was installed. Read more...
Smart Water Household Sediment Filter
Fix Number FIX220417
Manufacturer Part Number FXWTC
Pre and Post Filter Set
Fix Number FIX951498
Manufacturer Part Number FQROPFUsed in water filtration systems.
Water Tube Union - 5/16" x 5/16"
Fix Number FIX299116
Manufacturer Part Number WR2X8545Sold individually.
Fixes these symptoms
- Not dispensing water
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Peter from Old Saybrook, CT
plastic tubing split, caused water leakNote: That this repair was done on the old design with the threaded connections on the inlet water valve. The replacement valve has compression fittings. 5/16 water line gave up at the water inlet valve. First fixed 2yrs ago. was able to cut off enough damaged line and pull out the slack and got it back in and socked it down no leaks. 2nd leak this time same brittle old line gave up again. Replaced the 5/16 line. from inlet valve. I cut the head off a bolt that barely fit in both old and new tube ends. Removed tube guide inside behind bottom bin and pulled old line until new line showed up spliced in union. Did have to remove inlet water valve this time to assure good connection. Because you can't buy a new 5/16 nut for that valve you have to make the old one work or you might be forced to buy a new inlet valve too. At which point the 1/4 ice line gave up. Repeated fix #1 on 1/4 line. reinstalled no leaks. Should have just done them both at same time. Did just order 1/4 line, 1/4 nut and fill tube grommet. Read more...