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Ecolife Technologies via Amazon has great prices on select 3-Pack Waterdrop Refrigerator Water Filter Replacements when you apply promotional MU3944BK during checkout. Shipping is free w/ Prime or orders $35+. Thanks Jbh98

Filters on sale (prices after MU3944BK code):
  • Maytag $23.79
    • Compatible w/ the following models:
      • UKF8001, UKF8001AXX, UKF8001-750, UKF8001P, UKF8001AXXP & More
  • LG / Kenmore $22.39
    • Compatible w/ the following models:
      • LG LT800P, ADQ73613401, ADQ73613402. Kenmore 9490, 46-9490, 469490
  • LG / Kenmore $20.65
    • Compatible w/ the following models:
      • LG LT500P, ADQ72910901, 5231JA2002A, 5231JA2002A-S and Kenmore 46-9890 & More
  • Samsung $18.89
    • Compatible w/ the following models:
      • Samsung DA29-00003G, DA29-00003B, DA29-00003A, HAFCU1
  • Whirlpool $15.26
    • Compatible w/ the following models:
      • WHIRLPOOL 4396508, 4396510, EDR5RXD1, PUR W10186668, Kenmore 46-9010 & More
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Written by Jbh98 Edited April 20, 2017 at 11:53 AM by wuzzy
Ecolife Technologies via Amazon has selected Waterdrop Refrigerator Water Filter Replacements (3-Pack) on sale from $15.26. Shipping is free with prime.

Promo code: MU3944BK

Maytag:
$23.79 - UKF8001, UKF8001AXX, UKF8001-750, UKF8001P, UKF8001AXXP:
Link [amazon.com]

LG:
$22.39 - LG LT800P, ADQ73613401, ADQ73613402. Kenmore 9490, 46-9490, 469490: Link [amazon.com]

$22.39 - LG LT500P, ADQ72910901, 5231JA2002A, 5231JA2002A-S and Kenmore 46-9890:
Link [amazon.com]

Samsung:
$18.89 - Samsung DA29-00003G, DA29-00003B, DA29-00003A, HAFCU1: Link [amazon.com]

Whirlpool:
$15.26 - WHIRLPOOL 4396508, 4396510, EDR5RXD1, PUR W10186668, Kenmore 46-9010:
Link [amazon.com]
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Just a heads up: these filters are NSF/ANSI 42 certified to reduce aesthetic or non-health-related contaminants.

However they are not NSF/ANSI 53 certified to reduce health-related contaminants such as Cryptosporidium, lead, volatile organic chemicals and asbestos that may be present in public or private drinking water.
The HDX brand refrigerator filters manufactured by TST Water, LLC, sold at Home Depot are NSF ANSI 53 certified [nsf.org].

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Thanks OP, much cheaper than OEM.
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Finally found Whirlpool fit. I'll give it a shot.
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Just a heads up: these filters are NSF/ANSI 42 certified to reduce aesthetic or non-health-related contaminants.

However they are not NSF/ANSI 53 certified to reduce health-related contaminants such as Cryptosporidium, lead, volatile organic chemicals and asbestos that may be present in public or private drinking water.
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Quote from gophocladr View Post :
Thanks OP, much cheaper than OEM.
Cheap might not be equal to good when talking about a water filter.

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Just a heads up: these filters are NSF/ANSI 42 certified to reduce aesthetic or non-health-related contaminants.

However they are not NSF/ANSI 53 certified to reduce health-related contaminants such as Cryptosporidium, lead, volatile organic chemicals and asbestos that may be present in public or private drinking water.
Does anyone know how these, or ANY generics, compare to the OEM EveryDrop filters? Have any tests/studies been done?
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Water filter from China?
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Just a heads up: these filters are NSF/ANSI 42 certified to reduce aesthetic or non-health-related contaminants.

However they are not NSF/ANSI 53 certified to reduce health-related contaminants such as Cryptosporidium, lead, volatile organic chemicals and asbestos that may be present in public or private drinking water.
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Does anyone know how these, or ANY generics, compare to the OEM EveryDrop filters? Have any tests/studies been done?
The HDX brand refrigerator filters manufactured by TST Water, LLC, sold at Home Depot are NSF ANSI 53 certified [nsf.org].
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The HDX brand refrigerator filters manufactured by TST Water, LLC, sold at Home Depot are NSF ANSI 53 certified [nsf.org].
Thank you, I will take a look. Interesting... the OEM also includes certification 401 while HDX does not:

American National Standard NSF/ANSI 401

NSF/ANSI 401: Emerging Contaminants/Incidental Compounds is an American national standard that verifies the ability of a water treatment device to reduce up to 15 of the emerging contaminants shown below. This list includes some prescription/OTC drugs, new types of herbicides and pesticides and chemicals used as flame retardants and detergents that have been found at trace levels in drinking water.
Products covered by NSF/ANSI 401 include several types of point-of-use (POU) and point-of-entry (POE) systems including pitchers, faucet mount, counter top, refrigerator, under sink, plumbed-in and sports bottle type filtration systems as well as POU reverse osmosis systems. A list of products that are currently NSF certified to meet this standard can be found on NSF's drinking water listings [nsf.org] page.
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Quote from borntochill View Post :
Just a heads up: these filters are NSF/ANSI 42 certified to reduce aesthetic or non-health-related contaminants.

However they are not NSF/ANSI 53 certified to reduce health-related contaminants such as Cryptosporidium, lead, volatile organic chemicals and asbestos that may be present in public or private drinking water.
As for NSF/ANSI 42 it is worse than that. The NSF search says,
Quote :
Conforms to the material and structural integrity requirements only.
I assume function was not tested.

http://info.nsf.org/Certified/DWT...td=ModlStd
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The HDX brand refrigerator filters manufactured by TST Water, LLC, sold at Home Depot are NSF ANSI 53 certified [nsf.org].
Thanks for the info!
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Quote from Killerz View Post :
Thank you, I will take a look. Interesting... the OEM also includes certification 401 while HDX does not:

American National Standard NSF/ANSI 401

NSF/ANSI 401: Emerging Contaminants/Incidental Compounds is an American national standard that verifies the ability of a water treatment device to reduce up to 15 of the emerging contaminants shown below. This list includes some prescription/OTC drugs, new types of herbicides and pesticides and chemicals used as flame retardants and detergents that have been found at trace levels in drinking water.
Products covered by NSF/ANSI 401 include several types of point-of-use (POU) and point-of-entry (POE) systems including pitchers, faucet mount, counter top, refrigerator, under sink, plumbed-in and sports bottle type filtration systems as well as POU reverse osmosis systems. A list of products that are currently NSF certified to meet this standard can be found on NSF's drinking water listings [nsf.org] page.
You are correct.

ANSI certification is expensive for water filter manufacturers. Most aftermarket filter manufacturers only test to ANSI 42 and don't test for ANSI 53, let alone ANSI 401, which is rare. Whirlpool Corporation has the deep pockets and market dominance to afford ANSI 401 testing.

The lack of an ANSI 401 certification doesn't necessarily mean that a filter cannot reduce any emerging contaminants covered by ANSI 401, just that the manufacturer hasn't submitted the filter for ANSI 401 testing.

I mentioned TST's HDX brand because it is one of the few generic refrigerator filter brands which has gotten ANSI 53 certification: a big improvement over ANSI 42.

If you can afford the original and expensive Whirlpool (EveryDrop) ANSI 401 certified filters, by all means. If you are able to find a lower cost aftermarket ANSI 401 certified refrigerator filter, I'd love to know about it.
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Any code for GE models?
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I need help finding a less expense alternative filter for the Everydrop Filter #2. It's for a Whirlpool Gold French Door Refrigerator (Vertically split doors on top, freezer drawer on bottom). Suggestions welcome
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No ge arctica match?
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