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GE RPWFE Replacement Refrigerator Water Filter EXPIRED

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Amazon has GE RPWFE Replacement Refrigerator Water Filter on sale for $37.98 when you checkout with Subscribe and Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders.

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  1. Visit the page for GE RPWFE Replacement Refrigerator Water Filter
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  5. At checkout your total will be $37.98 with free shipping.
Features:
  • It works with any refrigerator that currently uses GE RPWF or RPWFE filters. Compatible with select GE french-door refrigerators.
  • Certified to reduce chlorine-resistant cysts, lead, select pharmaceuticals and 50 other contaminants. Reduces 99% of Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and Perfluorooctaine Sulfonate (PFOS)
  • Tested and verified to filter five trace pharmaceuticals. Operation Water Pressure (psi): 25 min. - 120 max.
  • For best filtration results, filter cartridge should be replaced every six months or 300 gallons.

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Amazon has the GE RPWFE Refrigerator Water Filter for $39.98. Lowest price since early 2020. This is the filter with the chip for those of you who can use it.
I understand there are some cheaper options with a hack but this is the genuine GE product if you are in the market it can save you some $$. Typically runs $50 on Amazon.
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You can order a filter bypass from GE for $0 and free shipping. They take weeks to send it. Take that RF chip sticker and place it inside the filter housing. Now you can use no chipped filters.

Aside from that, my local tap water tests around 105ppm. After filtering with OEM and aftermarket filters, my ge refrigerator tests around 115ppm. This is not a scientific study, but I've been just as happy drinking tap water compared to the rpw filters

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These were$16 @ walmart during the summer
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Ordered these non OEM ones last year and they work reasonable too.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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Quote from nerdtechie1 :
Ordered these non OEM ones last year and they work reasonable too.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
Wrong one
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GE actually had their own sale for the 3 pack which worked out to the same price +15% off coupon. Not sure if it was a targeted email, but it beats the $50 bucks for the normal price
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Not to poo on anyone with specific reasons to need this; but my GE fridge water still had a non-pure taste until I put in a reverse osmosis system on the intake tap.

Like, the filter in my fridge is cute but it's less effective then a Brita pitcher filter even.
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Bought 3
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Thanks for posting. Good deal.
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I hate GE and their rfid filters. I need to use the fancy microchipped filters or my fridge refuses to dispense water if it's a generic brand filter. Those suckers are $50 a pop and the generic brand is $15. I wish I never got a GE fridge 😫
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I had no idea chipped filters were a thing. Can't wait for the follow up subscription model of filter as a service for only 10 bucks a month.

Glad this got posted, as I'll be getting a new fridge when prices come back down and now I know to avoid GE and any other brands that implement this customer abusing bs.
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Ordered 3 thx
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You can order a filter bypass from GE for $0 and free shipping. They take weeks to send it. Take that RF chip sticker and place it inside the filter housing. Now you can use no chipped filters.

Aside from that, my local tap water tests around 105ppm. After filtering with OEM and aftermarket filters, my ge refrigerator tests around 115ppm. This is not a scientific study, but I've been just as happy drinking tap water compared to the rpw filters
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Not to poo on anyone with specific reasons to need this; but my GE fridge water still had a non-pure taste until I put in a reverse osmosis system on the intake tap.

Like, the filter in my fridge is cute but it's less effective then a Brita pitcher filter even.
How did you deal with the wastewater from the RO system from behind your fridge? I thought about this, too, but my fridge is 15 feet from my sink.
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$33.98 w max S&S discount. Good deal. Love my fridge, but these filters are a ripoff at $50 a pop. In 4 2…
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