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It's not levels, it's just different sizes and shapes. Get the one that fits your appliance. Vic is wrong.
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I've used generic filters and even counterfeit Everydrop filters and the water tasted horrible. Take it from my mistakes: it's not worth being a cheapskate when it comes to these type of filters.
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each number fits different fridges, some filter more some filter less as they only squeeze in so much filter rmaterial and this was $29.99 on woot a while ago for a reference point.
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Been this price for a few days. ;-)

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Thank you for the information. I just got a whirlpool fridge during thanksgiving and didn't realize there were different "levels"
It's not levels, it's just different sizes and shapes. Get the one that fits your appliance. Vic is wrong.
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each number fits different fridges, some filter more some filter less as they only squeeze in so much filter rmaterial and this was $29.99 on woot a while ago for a reference point.
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Does anyone here has any thoughts on generic filter replacement from mountainflow or glacier flow or other such companies

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Does anyone here has any thoughts on generic filter replacement from mountainflow or glacier flow or other such companies

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There's so much misinformation out there it's hard to trust. When it comes to something that you put in your body it's just safer to go with a brand that literally comes with the OEM fridge especially if the alternatives are only $10 cheaper.
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There's so much misinformation out there it's hard to trust. When it comes to something that you put in your body it's just safer to go with a brand that literally comes with the OEM fridge especially if the alternatives are only $10 cheaper.
Nah, I'll just apply the difference in savings towards any future cancer treatments. Am I rite?
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I've used generic filters and even counterfeit Everydrop filters and the water tasted horrible. Take it from my mistakes: it's not worth being a cheapskate when it comes to these type of filters.
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I usually buy the filters on ebay slightly cheaper and should be the same thing: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/...3312741132
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My Whirlpool refrigerator uses the "Filter 2", which I never ever see on sale. At $50 each it's such a rip-off it kills me.
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My Whirlpool refrigerator uses the "Filter 2", which I never ever see on sale. At $50 each it's such a rip-off it kills me.
My fridge uses the same filter #2. No deals is a bummer.
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Anybody use the filter 4 and have the issue with slow output? The problem is stated in several forums and most say it's due to a design change of the newer filters but no good solutions or response from Whirlpool.
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