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AmazonBasics Premium LT700P Replacement Refrigerator Water Filter

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Amazon.com has AmazonBasics Premium LT700P Replacement Refrigerator Water Filter on sale for $13.71. Shipping is free. Thanks alsun2001

Compatible with LG LT700P, ADQ36006101, ADQ36006101-S, ADQ36006101S, ADQ36006102, ADQ36006102-S, ADQ36006102S, 9690, 46-9690, KENMORE 469690.
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Regular price $22.99. According to triple camel this is the lowest price it's ever been. I've heard good things about these on other threads.

From the product description:
  • Reduces chlorine and improves water's smell and taste: Tested and Certified by NSF International against NSF/ANSI Standard 42
  • Lead-free: Tested and certified by NSF/ANSI 372
  • Reduces lead, cyst, benzene, carbofuran, and endrin: Tested and certified by NSF/ANSI 53
  • Reduces phenytoin, ibuprofen, naproxen, estrone, bisphenol A and nonyl phenol: Tested and certified by NSF/ANSI 401

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07CGV6RYL
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I mounted mine in my crawlspace, you could do that or basement. Some people run a line from under their sink to the refrigerator. I just connected the tubing from the ro system to the pex line my builder already ran for the icemaker. The ro system uses standard 1/4" od tubing so you can hook it straight to your fridge. apex does sell an ice maker kit for $15 that is basically a tee and extra tubing.
Thanks for the extra info, this is helpful. I'm now looking into RO systems on a serious consideration, I hadn't even thought of it before now.
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Cool! Amazon branded water filters... hope they make one for my fridge.... I'd rather buy an Amazon brand than a questionable brand.
Yes. It's great that a reputable company has starred offering affordable NSF 53 filters. Previously I was getting the Best Buy Insignia NSF 42 filters, but at this price, I'll switch to Amazon.
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Got a 4 pack for $28 in feb. $13 for 1 seems crazy
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Amazon taking over everything..lol
Yep. I wonder how much an Amazon branded colonoscopy would cost... especially with Subscribe & Save.
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Thanks for the extra info, this is helpful. I'm now looking into RO systems on a serious consideration, I hadn't even thought of it before now.
DM me if you have questions. Although Apec customer service has been awesome. installed mine a few months ago when I moved into a new house that has a well
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Can it be used as substitute for LG LT1000P?
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These are certified NSF 53. If you don't know what the means google it. Cheap filters are usually only certified NSF 42. Everyone saying that they can get water filters cheaper are comparing apples to oranges unless you can provide a link to cheaper filters that have NSF 53.
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Where in the world would you keep something like this near the refrigerator? All the photos in those RO systems you linked on Amazon have people storing them underneath the sink and I assume the water temp will only be as cold as your faucet water from the city would be. I can't seem to find where anyone ran a line to a refrigerator and it seems like that would be somewhat of a hassle. How is yours set up?
btw, there's plenty of water line in your fridge such that at least a glass worth is cold. You might double check that your fridge will bypass the filter when it's removed - you may have to install a screw on piece that came with your fridge originally- mine was a blue knob that came on my whirlpool.
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Yep. I wonder how much an Amazon branded colonoscopy would cost.
Here you go: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CJSWSY1
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These are certified NSF 53. If you don't know what the means google it. Cheap filters are usually only certified NSF 42. Everyone saying that they can get water filters cheaper are comparing apples to oranges unless you can provide a link to cheaper filters that have NSF 53.
NSF 53 is meaningless unless you look at the specific impurities filtered by each filter. It's a horrible system by NSF and it misleads many health conscious people.

For example, these filters do absolutely nothing for fluoride in drinking water.
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NSF 53 is meaningless unless you look at the specific impurities filtered by each filter. It's a horrible system by NSF and it misleads many health conscious people.

For example, these filters do absolutely nothing for fluoride in drinking water.
Wait, what? In a previous post you said you switched to these because they are NSF 53 vs the Insignia that are NSF 42.
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install an RO system and feed it to your fridge's water line. Many times better quality water, and stop buying these overpriced sediment filters.

e.g.: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HRHHFPW/
True. Wish I could fix the problem with the fridge water tasting like plastic. Even replaced the tank and no luck.
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Yep. I wonder how much an Amazon branded colonoscopy would cost.
w/Prime?
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True. Wish I could fix the problem with the fridge water tasting like plastic. Even replaced the tank and no luck.
that sucks. wonder if you replaced all the tubing, but that could be a pita. It's cheap at lowe's/HD at least.
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Weird. For the LT700P, it cheapest for me to buy multiple single packs.
Multi-pak cost more per filter.
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