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Ecolife Technologies via Amazon has selected AQUACREST Refrigerator Water Filter Replacements (3-6 Pack) on sale from $15.96. Shipping is free with prime.

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3-Pack:
$18.8 - LG LT700P, ADQ36006101, KENMORE 469690
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$18.8 - GE MSWF, 101820A
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4-Pack:
$26 - Maytag UKF8001, UKF8001AXX, UKF8001P, EDR4RXD1, Whirlpool 4396395
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$27.6 - GE MWF, MWFA SmartWater, Kenmore 469991
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6-Pack:
$15.96 - Electrolux, Sears, Frigidaire WF1CB
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Really wish they'd standardize these damn things.
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If you cut open a filter you will see that they are just carbon. Nothing else is in those plastic containers. No reason to pay a premium for a brand name slapped onto generic carbon. I could be wrong, but I buy the 3rd party ones since they are much cheaper.
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Just know these usually aren't rated to filter the same things that most OEM ones do.
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Really wish they'd standardize these damn things.
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Why doesn't anyone make a generic PureSource Ultra II? I have to pay full price for that stupid thing every time.
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Thanks! Was dreading replacing my filter. A bargain softens the blow
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Might want to consider an inline filter setup instead. Much lower cost over time, and reduces the amount of waste filters you end up putting in the trash. For example, this kit rated for 1500 gallons (vs the 200 or so for the fridge based ones): https://www.amazon.com/Inline-Wat...ter+filter
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No Samsung Compatible ones ?
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Might want to consider an inline filter setup instead. Much lower cost over time, and reduces the amount of waste filters you end up putting in the trash. For example, this kit rated for 1500 gallons (vs the 200 or so for the fridge based ones): https://www.amazon.com/Inline-Wat...ter+filter
Trying to understand how to hook this up and what about the filter inside the fridge ?
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No Samsung Compatible ones ?
I am in the same boat. BestBuy has their brand filter that is considerably cheaper than the Samsung one, but it's still more than this deal for 1 filter.
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Just know these usually aren't rated to filter the same things that most OEM ones do.
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Trying to understand how to hook this up and what about the filter inside the fridge ?
The external ones connect inline with the input water line, typically behind the fridge, then mounted to the wall or fridge. The filter inside the fridge can be left there.
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The external ones connect inline with the input water line, typically behind the fridge, then mounted to the wall or fridge. The filter inside the fridge can be left there.
So the water will run through the filter inside the fridge after it passes through the external filter ? Wouldn't that taste bad due the internal filter being "old/bad"? (unless the internal filter is being replaced at the 6 months interval ...that would defeat the purpose of the external filter ). Just trying to understand how this set up work lol
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Might want to consider an inline filter setup instead. Much lower cost over time, and reduces the amount of waste filters you end up putting in the trash. For example, this kit rated for 1500 gallons (vs the 200 or so for the fridge based ones): https://www.amazon.com/Inline-Wat...ter+filter
Have you used that one? It just connects between the metal braided hose from the wall and the fridge? I just have an icemaker but cant use it because theres so much chlorine in the water here.
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I am in the same boat. BestBuy has their brand filter that is considerably cheaper than the Samsung one, but it's still more than this deal for 1 filter.
This company sells the Samsung ones. I ordered some because they were cheap. The coupon didn't work.
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Have you used that one? It just connects between the metal braided hose from the wall and the fridge? I just have an icemaker but cant use it because theres so much chlorine in the water here.
I have one similar. Chose a kit/filter that is the easiest to adapt to the type of hose and fittings you have. (And be sure to shut the water off first! Smilie )
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